Reppard Greek Prize

The Reppard Greek Prize is named for R. B. Reppard (Robert B.) of Savannah, Ga., a wealthy lumber manufacturer, dealer, and shipper. According to The Cyclopedia of Georgia (1906) Reppard served on the Emory Board of Trustees, was a prominent member of the Methodist church, was Chilean consul in Savannah, longtime president of the Georgia Sunday School Association, and president of the Savannah Poet Society.

Image of the Reppard Greek Prize Medal of 1943. A Circular laure leaf with trefoil in the middle. Inscription on trefoil at an angle reads Emory Reppard Greek Medal 1943 with decorative scrollwork interspersed between the lines.