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A two-years' commercial course, a two-years' course in agriculture, a two-years' course in domestic arts, and a three-years' course in mechanic arts. In addition to these special courses there are two courses of winter lectures, covering ten weeks each: A course of agricultural lectures and a course of lectures for the domestic arts department. A preparatory department is maintained.
BOARD OF INSTRUCTION. William Jasper Kerr, B, S., D. Sc., Pres.; Lewis A. Merrill, B. S., (Asst.) Agr. and Vath, and Astron.
l'et. Sci. Elias J. MacEwan, M. A., Sec. of Faculty; Edward W. Robinson, ( Asst.) German. Engl. Lang, and Lit.
John T. Caine, jr., B. S., Prin. Prep. Dept.; F. B. Linfield, B. S. A., Dairying and di Instr. Engl. imal Husb.
Sara Godwin Goodwin, Libr. John A. Widtsoe, B. S., M. A., Ph. D., Ruth Evelyn Moench, Instr. Elocution and Dir. Erpt. Sta.; Chem, and Vin.
Phys. ('ulture. Dalinda Cotey, B. S., Domestic Arts. John Stewart, B. S., Asst. in Chem. Joseph Jenson, Dir. Workshops; Vech. En. August J. Hansen, Foreman in Carpentry. gin.
Julien P. Griffin, Foreman in Forging. John W. Faris, Prin. Commercial Dept.; John A. Crockett, test, in Dairy Dept. Econ. and Bookkeeping.
William Peterson, B. S., Instr. Math. Charles P. Close, M. S., Bot., Hort., and Peter W. Vaughan, Instr. Penmanship. Ent.
Samuel B. Mitton, Instr. Vocal Vusic. George L. Swendsen, B. S., Civil Engin. Herbert W. Hill, B. L., Instr. Engl. Clarence Snow, B. S., Phys.
Rena Baker, Instr. Engl. Ephraim G. Gowans, B. S., M. D., Animal Elvin Jensen Norton, Private Sec. to Pres. Biol.
Lydia Holmgren, Asst, in Domestic arts. John Franklin Engle, M. A., PH. D., Ilist. Edward Parley Pulley, Instr. in Jech. and Crics.
Louise Richards, Instr, Art.
University of Vermont and State Agricultural College, Burlington.
COC'RSES OF STUDY.
The four-year academical courses are seven in number: Classical, leading to the degree of B. A.; literary-scientific, leading to the degree of Ph. B.; civil and sanitary engineering, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, chemical, agricultural, leading to the degree of B. S., the particular course being specified in the diploma. A dairy-school course of four weeks' duration is carried on each winter.
BOARD OF INSTRICTION.
M. H. Buckham, D.D., LL. D., Pres.; Po J. E. Goodrich, D. D., Latin. lit. and Social Philos.
S. F. Emerson, Ph. D., Hist. H. A. P. Torrey, LL. D., Dean Dept. Arts; N, F. Verrill, Ph. D., Chem. Intellectual and Moral Philos.
A. L. Daniels, D. SC., Vath. 1. G. Barbour, Ph. B., C. E., Dean Dept. L. J. Huff, M. A., German.
Engin.; Mech. and Bridge Engin. J. W. Votey, C. E., Ciril Engin.
A. W..Iyer, B. S., Vech. Engin.
BOARD OF INSTRUCTION-continued.
J. L. Hills, B. S., Dean Dept. Agr.; Agr.
E. C. Jacobs, B. S., Min.
and Constitutional Law.
Virginia Agricultural and Mechanical College (Polytechnic Institute),
COURSES OF STUDY.
The courses of study are seven, each requiring four years for completion and leading to the degree of B. S.: Agricultural course, horticultural course, applied chemistry course, general science course, civil engineering course, mechanical engineering course, and electrical engineering course. There are also two courses which require two years for completion and lead to a certificate of practical agriculture and pretical mechanics.
BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.
and Hist. È. A. Smyth, jr., M. A., Biol.
J. M. Johnson, Instr. Forge and Foundry.
Mech. Enginn, and Commandant of
W. H. Rasch, (Asst.) Drawing.
H. L. Price, M. S., Instr. in Hurt.
F. D. Wilson, M. S., Ph. D., Instr. Vin.
I. A. Waddell, B. S., Asst. Math, and 14
R. H. C. Beverley, B. S., Asst. in Vech. C. I. Wade, Treas.
The Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute, Hampton.
COURSES OF STUDY.
The academic course of study requires three years for completion and a diploma is given on graduation. There are also trade and agricultural courses for undergraduates, requiring three years. The post-graduate courses are: Agriculture, three years; trades, three years; normal, two years, and business, one year.
BOARD OF INSTRUCTIOX.
H. B. Frissell, D. D., Prin.; Mental Philos. Louise M. Goodrich, Engl., Geog., Arith.,
Ethel D. Gowans, Elementary Sci., Engl.,
Arith., and Geog. F. C. Briggs, Business Agt.
W.P. Harthan, Steam Engin. Martha M. Waldron, M. D., Resident Phy- Leonora E. Herron, Libr. sician.
Grace B. House, Engl., Arith., Geog., and
H. Lou E. James, Fifth Room, Whittier.
J. H. Jinks, Manual Training.
Emma Johnston, Math.
stering. Harris Barrett, Bookkeeping.
D. R. Lewis, Mech. Drawing and Geome-
Mary W'. Nettleton, Geog. il'm. L. Brown, Bookkeeping.
W. H. Parker, Machinist Work. Mrs. Cora R. Brunson, Lacemaking for In Florence Price, Second Room, Whittier. dian Girls.
S. G. Scott, Il hecluriyhting. Geo. W. Buck, Carpentry.
Susan Showers, Geog. and Bible Hist.
Clara M. Snow, Bible Hist.
Amy Treadwell, Engl., Arith., Geog., and
Allan Washington, Asst. Commandant of
W.A. Webster, Bricklaying and Plastering.
Jessie A. Wier, In Charge of Sewing and
Julia F. Winter, Drawing, Elementary Sci.,
Geog., Engl., and irill.
A.; course in mechanical engineering, B. S. J. E.; course in civil engineering, B. S.
Washington Agricultural College and School of Science, Pullman.
COURSES OF STUDY.
Courses of study are offered in the following lines: Mathematics, civil engineering, mining engineering, chemistry, botany and zoology, agriculture, horticulture, English langnave and literature, economic science and history, electrical engineering, steam engineering, hydraulic engineering, military science and tactics, modern languages, and supplemental courses in Latin, physics, dairying, pharmacy, veterinary science, farming, and artisan work.
BOARD OF INSTRUCTIOX.
E. 1. Bryan, M. A., Pres.; Hist. and Polit. Capt. John Kinzie, V. S. A., Mil. Sci. and
Charlotte N. Mallotte, B. A.. (Axa. Latin.
Cleo B. Corner, B. S., Asst. Chem. William J. Spillman, V. S., Agr.
C. L. Barens, D. 1. J., .1ext. in lit, M. S. W. Fletcher, Ph. D., Ilort.
R. Kent Beattie, M. A., 1xxt. in Buil. Annie Howard, Rhet. cond Composition.
Henry K. Burch, 1set. in Woudwork and S. B. Nelson, D. V. M., V'et. Sci.
Geo. G. Melhart, Asst. in Forge Work and
C. H. Sampson, B. A., Prin. Prep. Dept.
E. Deane Smith, Instr. Draring and Print-
Florence E. Snyder, B. S., Isst. Prep. Depil.
Helene Delepine, Asst. in French.
Mrs. Nancy L. Van Doren, Preceptreer.
Ollie Downs, Sec.
Loring V. Corner, B. S., Registrar und
Harry E. Foulks, Accountant.
West Virginia University, Morgantoun,
COURSES OF STUDY.
The four-year courses with degrees are: All courses leading to general culture, B
and the short course in practical arriculture, Sealing to the degree oi B. Agr. Pre paratory, graduate, and special courses are also oilered.
BOARD OF IXSTRICTION.
Jerome H. Raymond, Ph. D., Pres.; Soci- Frederick W. Truscott, Ph. H., Germanic ology and Econ.
Lang. and Lit. Okey Johnson, M. A., LL. B., Dean Law Richard Ellsworth Fast, LL. B., M. A.,
American Hist. and Polit. Sci. Thomas Clark Atkeson, Ph. D., Dean Chas. Chollet, B. A., Romance Lang. amd Agr. College, Igr.
Lit. James H. Stewart, M. A., Dir. Agr. Erpt. Charles Henry Patterson, M. A., Rhet. Sta.
and Elocution. Waitman Barbe, M. A., Asst. to Pres. F. P. Ruhl, D, V. S., Vet. Sci. P. B. Reynolds, D. D., Philos.
Luey C. Daniels, Ph. M., European Hist. St. George T. Brooke, LL. D., Common F. L. Kortright, D. Sc. (+18st.) Chem. and Statute Lau.
John B. Johnston, Ph. D., Zool. Wm. P. Willey, M. A., Equity, Jurispru- Edwin B. Copeland, Ph. D., Bot. dence, and commercial Lav.
Hannah B. Clark, Ph. D., Domestic Sci. Alexander R. Whitehill, Ph. D., General and Dean of Women. and Inal. Chem.
J. David Thompson, V. A., M.S., Ixst.in John L. Johnston, C. E., Ciril and Mining Math. Engin.
Russell L. Morris, C. E., (.1881.) Ciril and Jas. S. Stewart, M. S., Math.
Mining Engin. Samuel B. Brown, M. A., Geol.
C. R. Jones, M. E., (.1sst.) Mech. Engin. Thomas C. Miller, J. A., Pedag.; Prin. Russell McMurphy, Lustr. Piano. Prry. School
Eva E. Hubbard, Instr. Painting and R. W. Douthat, Ph. D., Latin Lang. and Drarring.
D. V. Willis, Prin. Commercial School. Wm. S. Burrage, Ph. D., (Asst.) Latin. Theo. C. Rude, Instr. Stringed Instruments. Wm. S. Magill, M. D., Bact. and Path. Benj. G. Printz, Instr. in Phys. Culture and Jas. V. Burns, Major, Commandant of Dir. of Gymnasium. Cadets and Vil. Sci.
Lloyd Lowndes Friend, B. A., Instr. in J. W. Carr, Ph. D., Instr. German.
Engl. Wm. J. Leonard, Instr. Fine Arts.
J. E. Hill, Ph. I., Instr. in Math. Thos. E. Hodges, M. A., Phys.
T. C. Johnson, B. S. AGR., Fellow in Bot. H. S. Green, B. A., Greek Lang, and Lit. T. Z. Itkeson, B. S. AGR., Fellow in Agr. Elizabeth Whitescarver, Asst. in Commer Robt. Morris, B. A., LL. B., Fellow in Econ. cial School.
S. C. Smith, B. A., 18st. in Rhetoric, Rufus West, Asst. in Vech. Engin.
Alberta C. Velicker, B. A., Fellow in Grace Martin, B. M. (Asst.) Piano.
Engl. Daniel Webster Ohern, M. A., Asst. in Jeannette C. ('arter, B. A., Fellow in Greek.
French. Thos. G. Hill, Asst. in Brass and Foor! A. W'. Porterfield, B. A., Fellow in Ger
ilind Instr. Frederick Lincoln Emory, B. S., V. M.
G. W. Conley, B. S., Fellow in Phys. E., Mech. and Applied Math.
Clarence Poe, Fellow in Ilist, B. H. Hite, M. S., Agr. Chem.
Eleanor B. Vioreland, B. A., Fellow in L.C. Corbett, M.S., Hort.
H. H. Parke, Fellow in Zool.
W. W. Smith, Asst. in Libr.
Ella E. Egbert, Sec. to Pres.
The West Virginia Colored Institute, Institute.
COI'RSES OF STUDY,
The courses of study are: Agricultural, requiring four years for completion; mechanical, normal, and academic.