In this installment, e vents leading to the providential acquisition of the second Ambassador College campus, in England. INSTALLMENT 76. Now we come to the year 1959. The office my son Dick had opened in London had expanded as far as it could expand. It then occupied the entire floor of an office building in downtown London. However, the office building occupied but small ground area, and each floor consisted of only three office rooms, beside corridor and lift (elevator to Americans). When Garner Ted and I boarded an SAS (Scandinavian Airline System) polar-flight DC-7 plane at Los Angeles International Airport, in early June, 1959, we had no idea whatsoever of establishing another liberal arts college campus in England. Our purpose was to find larger office quarters.
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