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Lula's Park, Wesleyan College, Macon, Georgia
Georgia, USA
Chartered as the Georgia Female College on December 23, 1836, Wesleyan is the world's oldest women's college. Wesleyan had become the birthplace of the first two Greek societies for women, the Adelphean Society in 1851 (now Alpha Delta Pi) and the Philomathean Society in 1852 (now Phi Mu). In 1928 the Liberal Arts College was moved from its original College Street site to the new Rivoli suburban campus.
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