1. The plaque was hung in the Lang Gymnasium, which is now Schuman, also known as part of the Math Science center. I was interested to note the reference at the bottom of the plaque to "non sibi sed allis," which I had previously believed was a more recent school motto.
2. The alumnus is Rufus King, who had a career in early US politics. Not only was he a signer of the US Constitution, he was also an anti-slavery activist, a US Senator from NY, and a Federalist candidate for President.
3. The oldest Milestone in our collection is from 1923, which was, I believe, the first year of publication. Prior to that, most students kept scrapbooks in order to preserve their memories. Our collection of Milestones are available on line at https://archive.org. Once on the site, search for Governor's Academy Milestone.
4. The photo of these fashionable young men was from the 1975 Milestone.
5. In 1905, the Little Red School House and Perkins occupied the place that is now occupied by the Pescosolido Library and Kaiser Arts Center.