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Letter To The Editor
This is what I found out while searching for Vermont Maturity Magazine on-line this morning, Sunday morning, after
reading The Mountain Times article in their latest issue: The Central Vermont 50+ Expo
draws Baby Boomers and seniors to Killington Grand Resort Hotel for...and concluded with a contact email address
What I discovered: That the first president of Middlebury College was Cyrl Hamlin. A missionary from Waterford, Maine.
Devoted to education, he was elected president of the Middlebury College in 1880. He came to Vermont after
serving as professor of dogmatic theology at Bangor Theological Seminary.
Meanwhile, I'm jumping around wikipedia dot org, all over the Aegean Sea, Turkey, clicking on all related
information, when I came upon a school that is the oldest off-shore American institution still in existance, Robert
College. The school was built, with the help of the Congressional and Presbyterian churches, by Christian Robert, a
wealthy American philanthropist, and co-founder Cyrl Hamlin, Missionary, Istanbul, Ottoman Empire, cerca 1863.
Curiously, I clicked on it.
This is where the digging really gets interesting for communities here in Vermont, and especially instutions like
Middlebury College. Both men, devoteted as they were to education, layed the foundation for Robert College, in
Istanbul, and I'll bet dollars to dougnuts that they both figured that to make ends meet, they must turn the school
co-educational. In Istanbul. In 1863 during the collapse of the Ottoman Empire.
Now, Im thinking that this could make a screen play; intregue, gymnasium, boys/girls, Turkey, Istanbul, Califate,
Islam, Christianity, Ottoman Empire, rumor, inuendo, salacious underpinnings, The Fire, moving the college, the
money, the way out, the death of beloved, the escape, Yankee go home, professor mantle, president of college and
the turning around of a failing institution. And that failing institutution was Middlebury College, Vermont.
All of the elements right there in front of me for a wonderful period piece movie of two young influential
American men being outed in a foreign country, ruled by Murad V at the turn of the century; who's rule lasted
93 peculiar days; was deposed by his brother Abdul Hamid II on the cusp of war with Russa, when a mysteriously
veiled Islamic uprising caused a fire in Istanbul, Ottoman Empire, cerca, 1876, and burned the town and Robert
College to dust. For Cyrl Hamlin, however, there was an urgent need to leave Turkey and return to the U.S. of A.,
take up position on staff at Bangor Theological Seminary, Bangor, Maine. Christian Robert had died; cause unknown? Most of his
remaining sizeable fortune left to the institution.
All of this, in fact, came from what I found on this particular Yahoo search; a search for Vermont Maturity
Magazine. What I needed was a reason to contact the magazine to find out what this publication was about and if
there were possibilities of striking up a relationship.
What I really found was that your API Key is out of date for Google Maps. I took
two screen shots of the warning and concidered sending them along, but thinking better of it now; opening email
attachmnents from unknown senders is a NoNo!!
I might add here, that I like my searchs wide and varied; first clicking on the hot link for Lake Champlain
Regional Chamber of Commerce, a Yahoo cache of VERMONTdot ORG (This is where I get the message that your API Key is
out of date.), then Clicking O.K., I choose from Search, the site VERG.
This led me to your Rescources page: Dots, and Life Elephants.
My first thought was that these organizations were IT organizations, and that it might be better for me to contact
them about your out of date google API Key, rather than bother you with these matters.
Finally, I choose Vermont Maturity Magazine proper And because I am a photographer, writer, travel enthusiast, I
began my search in the travel section. I did this to familiarize myself with your style on-line. I blog about
such things in my google blog, a photo-travel log of sorts at:
While scrolllig and reading the articles, I found one with the picture of a cruise ship that was too inviting to
pass by. I am a senior, afterall, and articles like these bring me in to read the text. And that is what led me to
the site Wikipedia(dot)org. I was looking for information on the destination port for this ship and found a Greek-Turkey
destination port on: the Bosphporus, Istanbul.
My travel adventures are much like my internet searchs: wide and varied. I do like traveling and have a long time
relationship with photography. If you would like any more of either of these services, please feel free to contact me at this
Cordially yours, knightsublime