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July 22, 2018

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March 17, 2018
Eugene who I never met he was my third cousin Never knew he exsisted was given his email address had one email back he was too ill would have loved to have known him sooner we share our GGUncle Robert Campbell ,
One day hope to visit Cottage Grave yard to see fruits if this mans generosity
September 15, 2016
Eugene Carroll and I spent several years on a project to restore a vandalized cemetery monument in Augusta GA. In the mid-late 19th Century the generosity of Robert Campbell, the enterred, provided Eugene's grandfather (and his six brothers) opportunity to attend the Academy of Richmond County (Augusta). Dr. James Carroll, father of the 7 boys, had been accidentally shot and killed. In 2015 the monument of Robert Campbell was replicated by Georgia Marble thanks to the generosity of Eugene. We became friends and I will miss him. Anne Sherman
September 13, 2016
Professor Carroll was my favorite professor. He was a great professor that loved art history.
Karen Meierdiercks ('67)
September 12, 2016
I will never forget the classes I took with Mr. Carroll. His enthusiasm, fascination with details and dramatic lecturing style were utterly unique--there was never a dull moment in his classroom, even when analyzing the minutest details of a print or painting. He was truly one-of-a-kind! I was sorry to hear of his passing, but glad that it was peaceful, and that he was actively at work at a subject he loved until the very end.