In Mayflower Hall there is a plaque with a timber from the Mayflower, which Hamilton Holt aquired. Also, there is a fragment of Playmouth Rock imbeded in the bronze plaque as a gift from Virginia Robie. According to the Alumni Record (Dec. 1931, p.9): " Miss Robie inherited the fragment from her father, who as oone of the clergymen of South Plymouth at the time the Rock was removed from its place on the shore to a spot in front of Memorial Hall, received two small fragments which chipped off in the process of moving. The other is now in the Charles Gunther Collection of Historical Relics in Chicago." The Plaquw reads: "This historical piece of timber was presented to Mayflower Hall of Rollins College by the British Society of Friends. It was taken from one of the beams in the old weatherbeaten barn in Chalfant St. Giles, Buckinghamshire, England, which was constructed about 1624 from the dismantled frame of "The Most Famous Ship In History." The Mayflower, 1620 - 1930. Fragment of Plymouth Rock the gift of Virginia Robie."