Earlham College

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Earlham College is a liberal arts college founded by Quakers in 1847. The college has a resident ghost in the Athletic and Wellness Center who is known to play basketball at night.

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Central Dr
Richmond, IN
United States

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39.822400118128236, -84.91162094575498
Wayne County, Indiana
Nearest Towns:
Richmond, IN (1.2 mi.)
Spring Grove Heights, IN (1.8 mi.)
Spring Grove, IN (2.0 mi.)
Centerville, IN (4.5 mi.)
Boston, IN (6.4 mi.)
New Paris, OH (6.7 mi.)
Greens Fork, IN (8.4 mi.)
Fountain City, IN (9.2 mi.)
Whitewater, IN (9.5 mi.)
East Germantown, IN (12.0 mi.)

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