Eastman Commercial College


The Eastman Commercial College was started by the father of George Eastman, George Washington Eastman, in the family home town of Waterville, NY in 1842. It was moved to Rochester in 1860 when the family relocated and eventually ended up in the Reynolds' Arcade. After 1872 it was sold and eventually became the Rochester Business Institute, which is now the Everest Institute. Morton Rundel, an Eastman cousin, attended Eastman Commercial College and boarded in his cousin's house.


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