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Yale trustee in the 1800s - legacy?

soberdrunksoberdrunk Registered User Posts: 58 Junior Member
edited September 2005 in Yale University
My best friend is a plain-out New England WASP. She wishes not to join CC but instead wants to use me as her Abraham.

Both of my best friend's parents are Harvard alumni (mother of Radcliffe, father of Harvard Law). Her mother's father is a Yale alumnus, as are his 12 siblings. Her grand-uncle was a trustee of Yale University and was top contender for university presidency (however graced by Timothy Dwight).

Will Yale see view her as a legacy?
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