Alexander Innes Holly
‘A’ as we called him, was a boy filled with dreams, hopes, and plans. Although he was only fourteen when he died, he had traveled extensively to Europe and Central America, lived in New York City and Los Angeles, ad these experiences produced in him a fascination for architecture and archaeology.
And what are architecture and archaeology but the physical evidence of the dreams, hopes and plans of our species: archeology recreating the world of those who have gone before us, and architecture mapping the world we live in ow, and the one on the edge of being built?
The ‘A’ Fund for Architecture and Archaeology has been created in Alaxander’s memory, to help fulfill the dreams, hopes, and plans for years to come, of students studying these subjects.
Make a check payable to:
HWS The “A” Fund Institutional Advancement
And Mail to:
Hobart and William Smith Colleges
615 S. Main St.
Geneva, NY 14456
Or call: 877.HWS.GIFT (877.497.4438)
Of visit online: http://www.hwsalumni.com/afund