68. Faculty of Princeton College


These men constituted the majority of the College faculty when this picture was taken in 1870 outside the President’s House (now Maclean House).  From left to right, standing on the porch are: John Duffield ’1841, professor of mathematics; Lyman Atwater, professor of logic and mental and moral philosophy; James McCosh, president and professor of philosophy and psychology; Stephen Alexander, professor of astronomy; and Arnold Guyot, professor of geology.  Standing on the ground are: Henry Cameron, professor of Greek; James Welling ’1844, professor of Belles-Lettres and English language and literature; John Schanck ’1840, professor of chemistry and natural history; Charles Shields, professor of history and “Harmony of Science and Revealed Religion;” William Packard, professor of Latin; and Joseph Kargé, professor of “continental languages and literatures.”