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Title, side A
Ursuline College, 1871
Title, side B
2550 Lander Road
Pepper Pike, 44124
N of entrance to the college

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A view of Ursuline College
The first women's college chartered in the state of Ohio, Ursuline College opened in 1871 in downtown Cleveland as part of the educational mission of the Order of St. Ursula (O.S.U.). Founded in Italy in 1535 with an early presence in North America, this order established its first religious teaching community in Cleveland in 1850, led by foundress Mother Mary of the Annunciation Beaumont, O.S.U. The college's growth prompted four moves in Cleveland and subsequently to the Pepper Pike campus in 1966. Ursuline holds the distinction as one of the first catholic women's colleges in the United States organized and chartered explicitly for college education (AL07681).