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American College of Greece a ‘seed that flourished’

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The American College of Greece (ACG) was founded in Smyrna in 1875 and was headquartered there until the Asia Minor Disaster in 1922, after which it moved to Greece on the invitation of Prime Minister Eleftherios Venizelos and opened in Athens in 1923. It was a “small seed planted by courageous and visionary US missionary women,” according to ACG president David Horner.

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