Bennett College (New York)
Coordinates: 41°46′35″N 73°41′58″W / 41.77639°N 73.69944°W / 41.77639; -73.69944
Bennett College was a women's college founded in 1890 and located in the town of Millbrook in New York. The school closed in 1978.
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