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GENEALOGY 
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OFFICERS AND STUDENTS 



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CLEVELAND, OHIO ; 

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^BOARJJ OF TIIUSTFEH. 



Rev. JAMES H. FAIRCHILD, President. 

FUANCIS D. PARISH Sandusky. 

SAMUEL D. PORTER, Rochester, N. Y. 

Bev. MICHAEL E. STRIEBY, Newark, N.J. 

URIAH THOMPSON, Oberlin. 

Rev. HENRY COWLES, Oberlin. 

Rev. JAMES A. THOME, -Chattanooga, Tenn. 

JABEZ W. MERRILL, Oberlin. 

JOHN W. RUSSELL, M. D., Mt. Vernon. 

Rev. WILLIAM H. BROWN, Newark, N.J. 

Rev. SAMUEL WOLCOTT, Cleveland. 

A. B. NETTLETON, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Rev. E. B. FAIRFIELD, ...Mansfield. 



^arreBpottdittQ f^J embers of the ^lamni. 

Rev. CALEB E. FISHER, Lawrence, Mass. 

JAMES B. T. MARSH, CniCAao, III. 

Rev. WOLCOTT B. WILLIAMS, Charlotte, Mich. 



^rudentml ^ammiHec. 



Phes. J. H. FAIRCHILD, GEORGE KINNEY, 

Rev. HENRY COWLES, URIAH THOMPSON, 

JABEZ W. MERRILL, Prof. JOHN M. ELLIS, 

HIUAM HULBURD. 



GEORGE KINNEY, Secretary and Treasurer. 
Rev. CHAUNCEY N. POND, Agent. 



FJ^CTJLTir. 



Rev. JAMES H. FAIRCHILD, President, 

PROFESSOR OF THEOIiOGY, AND AVERY PROFESSOR OF MORAL PHILOSOPHY. 

Rev. CHARLES G. FINNEY, 

PROFESSOR OF PASTORAL THEOLOGY. 

Rev. JOHN MORGAN, 

PllOFESSOR OF NEW TEST.4.MENT LITERATURE AND BIBLICAL THEOLOGY. 

JAMES DASCOMB, M. D., 

PROFESSOR OF CHEMISTRY, BOTANY, AND PHYSIOLOGY, AND LIBRARIAN. 

Rev. JOHN M. ELLIS, 

PROFESSOR OF MENTAL PHILOSOPHY AND RHETORIC. 

Rev. CHARLES H. CHURCHILL, 

PROFESSOR OF MATHEMATICS AND NATURAL PHILOSOPHY. 

Rev. JUDSON SMITH, 

PROFESSOR OF CHURCH HISTORY, AND LECTURER ON GENERAL HISTORY. 

GILES W. SHURTLEFF, A. M., 

PROFESSOR OF THE LATIN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE. 

Rev. ROSELLE T. CROSS, 

PRINCIPAL OF THE PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT. 

Rev. HIRAM MEAD, 

PROFESSOR OF SACRED RHETORIC. 

Rev. WILLIAM H. RYDER, 

PROFESSOR OF THE GREEK LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE. 

Rev. JOHN B. PERRY, 

PROFESSOR OF GEOLOGY AND NATURAL HISTORY, AND LECTURER ON RELIGION 

AND SCIENCE. 

FENELON B. RICE, 

PROFESSOR OF MUSIC. 

Rev. ELIJAH P. BARROWS, 

PROFESSOR OF HEBREW AND OLD TESTAMENT LITERATURE. 

Rev. HENRY COWLES, 

LECTURER ON PROPHECY. 

Rev. a. HASTINGS ROSS, 

SPECIAL LECTURER ON CHURCH POLITY. 

ALMON W. BURR, A. M., 

TUTOR IN LATIN. 



Oberlin College. 



JAMES K. SEVERANCE, A. M., 

INSTUl'CTOK IN ELOCUTION. 

CHARLES N. JONES, A. B., 

TEACHER OF MATHEMATICS. 

MOKRITZ ERNST EVERSZ, A. B., 

TEACHER OF GERMAN. 

THEODORE E. BURTON, A. B., 

TEACHER OF GREEK. 

SAMUEL E. EASTMAN, A. B., 

TEACHER OF LATIN. 

THOMAS A. HALL, A. B., 

TEACHER OF ARITHMETIC. 

LYMAN B. HALL, A. B., 

TEACHER OF GRAMMAR. 

PROF. EDWARD E. KELSEY, 

TEACHER OF THE PIANO. 

Mrs. a. a. F. JOHNSTON, 

PRINCIPAL OF THE LADIES' DEPARTMENT. 

Miss HELEN E. MARTIN, 

ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL. 

Mrs. HELEN M. BICE, 

TEACHER OF VOCAL MnSIC. 

Miss L. CELESTIA WATTLES, 

TEACHER OF THE PIANO. 

Miss ANNA M. WYETT, 

TEACHER OF DRAWING AND PAINTING. 



^iiditn' i^aurd of ^amqcrH. 



Mrs. a. a. F. JOHNSTON, Mhs. MARY L. P. KINNEY, 

Mrs. MARIANNE P. DASCOMB, Mrs. MINERVA E. ELLIS, 

Mrs. ELIZABETH M. L. MORCJAN, Mrs. ELIZABETH S. MEAD. 

Mrs. REBECCA FINNEY, Mrs. AUGUSTA B. SMITH. 

Mrs. SARAH D. PENFIKLD. Mrs. MAilY B. SHURTLEFF. 



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FACULTY. 



JAMES H. FAIRCHILD, President. 
CHARLES G. FINNEY. JOHN MORGAN. HIRAM MEAD. 

JUDSON SMITH. ELIJAH P. BARROWS. 



HENRY COWLES. JOHN B. PERRY. A. HASTINGS ROSS. 

JAMES R. SEVERANCE. 



STTJDEITTS. 



RESIDENT GRADUATES. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. ROOMS. 

Otis D. Crawford Dubuque, la 

Chicago Seminary. 

Horace S. Shapleigh Oberlin Mrs. Cramer'i 

Union Seminary. 



SENIOR CLASS. 

NAMES. RESIDENXES. ROOMS. 

JosiAH Blackman Blakely Neenah, Wis. Mrs. Smith's. 

Ripon College, 1870. 

Bertwell, Nelson Chamberlin Garrettsville Mr. Henry's. 

Levi Judson Donaldson Heller's Corners, Ind Miss Rawson's. 

Jacob Frank Ellis _ Wheaton, 111 79 T. H. 

Wheaton College, 1869. 



Oberlin College. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. ROOMS. 

Thomas Havodydd Griffith West Winfleld, N. Y 32 T. H. 



AValter Osgood Hart 

Wheaton College, 1870. 

Simon Byron Hershey 

Oberlin College, 1870. 

Henry Marsh 

Olivet College, 1870. 

Wallace Taylor 

Oberlin College, 1867. 

George F. Waters 

Oberlin College, 1870. 

Seniors 10 



Oberlin Mr. Hart's. 

Wadsworth S^ T. H. 

Olivet, Mich Mr. Maltby's. 

Oberlin Mr. Taylor's. 

Lenox 53 T. H. 



MIDDLE CLASS. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. ROOMS. 

Dwight Payson Breed Milton, Mich Mr. Spencer's. 

John Whitman Cowan Wheaton, 111 79 T. H. 

Oberlin College, 1871. 

MORRiTZ Ernst Eversz Oberlin Mr. Eversz's. 

Ripon College, 1871. 

Andrew James Hadley Oberlin Mr. Hadley's. 

Charles Nelson Jones Oberlin Mr. Jones'. 

Oberlin College, 1871. 

Edward Byron Payne Oberlin 



George Stanley Pope Oberlin 

Baldwin University, 1868. 

Arthur Tappan Reed Austinburg 

Oberlin College, 1870. 



...Mr. Rogers'. 
Mr. Pope's. 

Mr. Moulton's. 



A. R. Harutun Hohanesian Aintab, Turkey 81 T. H. 

Lewis Thomas Mason Oberlin Mr. Mason's. 



Middles 10 



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College. 




JUNIOR CLASS. 




NAMES. 


RESIDENCES. 


ROOMS. 


Samuel Jackson Beach 


-Pittsfleld 


Dr. Beach's. 


College of the City of New York, 1872. 






James G. Bowehsox 


-Waterloo, Ind 


Mr. Sheldon's. 


Otterbein University, 1871. 






Theodore Elijah Burton 


.Oberlin 


..Prof. Shurtleff's. 


Oberlin College, 1872. 






John Morgan Cumings.- 


-Tabor, la 


Mr. Wilder's. 


Oberlin College, 1872. 






Samuel Elijah Eastman 


-Royalton, Wis. . . 




Oberlin College, 1S72. 






Joseph Franklin Gibbs 


-Agawam, Mass..- 


...Rev. Mr. Burr's. 


INIass. Normal School. 






Albert Leverett Gridley 


.Caton. N.Y 


24 T. H. 


Oberlin College, 1872. 






Simeon Sanderson Haines 


.Marshfleld, Ind 


Mr. Brown's. 


Oberlin College, 1872. 






Lyman Bronson Hall 


.Oberlin 


Mr. Hall's. 


Oberlin College, 1872. 






Thomas Alonzo Hall 


.Oberlin 


Mr. Hall's. 


Oberlin College, 1872. 






Jonathan Edwards Higgins 


.Spencertown, N. T 


52 T. H. 


Brainerd Taylor McClelland 


.Russia 


50 T. H. 


Oberlin College, i86g. 






Edward Anson Paddock 


.Baraboo, Wis 


59 T. H. 


Oberlin College, 1S72. 






Edwin Patterson Sellew 


.Oberlin 


Mr. Sellew's. 


Stephen D. Smith 


.Manchester, Mo 




Hillsdale College, 1872. 






Woodford Demabee Smock 


.Fairfield, la 


F. H. 


Oberlin College, 1872. 






George J. Webster.. 


.Brandon, Wis 


Mr. Battle's. 


Henry Berdin Wolcott 


.Kingston, Jamaica 


Prof. Allen's. 


Oberlin College, 1870. 
Orville C. Clark — 




Mr. Clark's. 


.Oberlin 


Josiah Cribbs 


.Oberlin 


Mr. Cribb's. 


Abraham Augustine Chessman 


.Rochester, Mich 


Mr. Spencer's. 


Juniors 


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FACULTY. 



JAMES H. FAIRCHILD, President. 

JAMES DASCOMB. JOHN M. ELLIS. CHARLES H. CHURCHILL. 

JUDSON SMITH, GILES W. SHURTLEFF. WILLIAM H. RYDER. 

JOHN B. PERRY. 



JAMES R. SEVERANCE. MOKRITZ E. EVERSZ. 



STUDENTS. 



SEN lOR CLASS. 

NAMRS. RESIDENCES. ROOMS. 

William Scott Ament Owasao, Mich Prof. Morgan's. 

Cyrus Grandison Baldwin Dayton Mrs. Hall'.s. 

Horace Allen Booth Mansfield Mr. King's. 

Samuel Joshua Bryant Vermillion Mr. Sellew's. 

Samuel Silonas Cryer Maysville, Ky Mr. St. John's. 

Wallace Clark Fagley Bethel Mrs. Breckenridge's. 

Douglass Cahr Griffing Rodney, Miss Mrs. Hill's. 

Alexander Hadden Euclid Mrs. Hall's. 

Thomas Bronson Jewell Oberlin Mr. Jewell's. 

Ai.itERT Hamilton Kennedy Brunswick Mrs. Marsh's. 

Rokeut Bavlkss Leonard Oberlin..... Dea. Wright's. 

Henry Ferris Markham Oberlin Rev. Mr. Markham's. 

John Melville McPherron Tabor, Iowa Mr. Wilder's. 

John Milton Merrill Collamer Mr. McCray's. 

William Patrick O'Harra Naperville, 111 Mr. Kinney's. 

Hale Giddings Parker Ripley Mr. Wilson's. 

Willis Cyrus Richmond Geneva Mr. Maltby's. 

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NAMES. RESIDENCES. ROO^(S. 

Willie Clayton Rogers Oberlin Mr. Rogers'. 

Wilbur Vernon Rood._ Oberlin Mr. Johnson's. 

Edward Avery Shedd Chicago, 111 Mr. Life's. 

Millard Todd Wakeman Mr. Wynn's. 

Augustus Goodnow Upton Eaton Rapids, Mich Mr.St. John's. 

William Rockwell Wickes Oberlin Mrs. Wickes'. 

Herbert Hornell Wright Oberlin Dea. Wright's. 

Julia Adelaide Sherman Nati onal, lo wa Rev. Mr. Keep's. 

Seniors - 25 



JUNIOR CLASS. 

NAMES. KESinENCES. ROOMS. 

Dudley Peter Allen Oberlin Dr. Allen's. 

Matthew Anderson.. Greencastle, Pa Mr. Castle's. 

Robert Bruce Bagby Oxford ....Mrs. Schull's. 

John Adams Ewalt. Howland.... Mr. Bibbins'. 

Frederick John Fischer Elmhurst, 111 Mr. Arnold's. 

Frank Bellows Henderson Black Hawk, Col Mr. Squire's. 

Rupert Preston Hodge ...Janesville, Wis Mr. Royce's. 

Charles Holway Russia Mr. Holway's. 

George Franklin Housley Canal Fulton 25 T. H. 

Frank Pierce Johnson.. Oberlin -Dr. Johnson's. 

Benjamin Franklin Koons Sulphur Springs — 60 T. H. 

Frank Thodocius Lee Kenosha, Wis -Mr. Ingersoll's. 

George Abraham Leech Washington, D. C. Mr. Reamer's. 

Thomas Wentworth Lincoln Antwerp Mrs. Breckville's. 

Morris Loensh al Frankf ort-on-the-Main Mr. Powell's. 

Reuben Henry Markham Albany, Oregon Rev.Mr. Markhaui's. 

Alonzo James Marshall Elrawood, 111 - Mrs. Stevens'. 

Benjamin Marshall Sandusky. Mrs. Beatie's. 

Raymond Green McClelland Russia W^.B.. 

Frank McConaughy Penfield Mr. Bibbins'. 

Aden Marsh McConoughey Bainbridge Mrs. McConoughey's. 

Nicholas Messer Parnassus, Pa. 85 T. H. 



Oberlin College, 



N^^lES. RESIDENCES. ROOMS. 

Pkhiiy Omvku riiii.i.ips Laporte, Ind Mrs. Wilcox's. 

Moses McIi.vaix S.wkk West Liberty Mr. Jones'. 

Ai-BEHT Tkmple Swing Bethel Mrs. Breckenridge's. 

FiiAXK Hudson Taylor Oberlin Mrs. Taylor's. 

Jamks Harvey Teller Morrison, 111 Mrs. Wheelocii's. 

William Edoar Wolcott Cleveland.. Mrs. Beatie's. 

Charles Bennett Wood Brownsville, Pa Mrs. Eaton's. 

Thomas Stanley Wood Brownsville, Pa 80 T. H. 

Fannie Forrester Rice Hortonville, Vt Ladies' Hall. 

Ellen Amelia Sherman National, Iowa.. Rev. Mr. Keep's. 

Isabel Willcox Clyde Mrs. Bonstel's. 



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SOPHOMORE CLASS. 

NAMKS. RESIDENCES. ROOMS. 

Charles Richard Andrews Oberlin — Mr. Andrews'. 

Dwight Blachley Bradley Bangkok, Siam ...Mr. Royce's. 

Harry Leroy Brickett East Lake George, N.Y Mr. Wright's. 

Arthur Tapp.a^n Burnell Central City, Col Mrs. Bonstel's. 

Charles Sidney Burwell Mercer, Pa Mrs. Beatie's. 

Conger R. Campbell Keeler, Mich Mr. Gaston's. 

William Benton Chamberlain East Springfield, Pa Mr. Chapman's. 

Edwin Kellogg Fairchild Keokuk, Iowa Pres. Fairchild's. 

IzAAK Walton Fitch Rochester, Pa Mr. Richards'. 

D.4.VID Hadley Flett... Kenosha, Wis Mr. Whitney's. 

Dennis Goodsell Nelson Mrs. Smith's. 

Robert James Gbah.4.m Lexington ...Mr. Gaston's. 

Melville Ben.i.4MIN Greene McDonough, N.Y 

Hastings Hornell Hart Cleveland Dr. Noble's. 

AZEL Hatch Traverse City, Mich Mr. Kingsbury's. 

Will Josiah Hudson Middleport Mr. Richards'. 

John Johnston, Jr Middlcbury Mrs. Beatie's. 

Frank Gardiner Lee Baraboo, Wis Miss Thompson's. 

Byron Burrett Loughe.\d Windham Mr. Bibbins'. 

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NAMES. 


RESIDENCES. 


ROOMS. 


Thomas McClelland 


-Mendon, 111 


Mr. Reamer's. 


Frederick William Meadows... 


.Elyria 


Mr. Gaston's. 


Jerome Dolson Mills 


.Canton, 111 


Mrs. Beatie's. 


Lanman James Nettleton 


.Oberlin 


--.Mr. Nettleton's. 


GUKNEY MAHAN ORVIS 


.Atlanta, 111 


Dr. Hay ward's. 


HOBART Kingsbury Painter 


.Oberlin 


Mr. Painter's. 


John Fisher Peck 


.Oberlin 


Dea. Peck's. 


Charles Adelbert Phelps 


.Lawrence, Mich._ 


Mr. Gaston's. 


Harlan Page Roberts 


.Andover.. 


Mr. Royce's. 


Francis Albert Rose _ 


.Carlisle 


Mr. Bacon's. 


Charles Jackson Ryder 


.Oberlin 


Prof. Ryder's. 


William Sanders Scarborough 


.Macon, Ga 


Mrs. Peck's. 


Charles De Loss Seely 


.Kilbourn City, Wis 


Mr. Wright's. 


Willis Parsons Spring 


-Rosamond, 111 


Mr. King's. 


Henry Stone 


.Oberlin 


Mr. Murray's. 


George Riley Thompson 


-Senecaville 


--Mr. Thompson's. 


William Huntington Tibbals 


-North Royalton -. 


Mrs. Hill's. 


Frederick Kirtland Tracy 


-Mansfield 


Mrs. Bonstel's. 


Columbus Vennum 


-Morrison, 111 


..Mrs. Wheelock's. 


John Allen Winters 


-Clyde 


....Mr. Whitney's. 


Calvin Stanley Wood 


-Manchester, Iowa 


. Mr. Reamer's. 


Mary Emma Byrd 


-Leavenworth, Kan 


Ladies' Hall. 


Emma Jane Sellew 


-Dunkirk, N.Y... 


Mr. Sellew's. 


Althea Rosina Sherman.. 


-National, Iowa _-- 


...Rev. Mr. Keep's. 


Sophomores -- 


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FRESHMAN CLASS. 




NAMES. 


RESIDENCES. 


ROOMS. 


Joseph Higgins Adams 


--Perrysburg 


Mrs. Wright's. 


Arthur Chase Andrews.. 


.Oberlin 


Mr. Andrews'. 


Frederic Burt Avery 


-Cleveland 


-Dea. Peck's. 


Henry Liberty Bates.. 


.-Canton, 111 


Mrs. Smith's. 


Millard Fillmore Big ford 


..Scottsville, N. Y 


Mrs. Martin's. 


Lyman Willard Bubr 


-Oberlin 


...Rev. Mr. Burr's. 


Henry Northrup Castle 


--North Topeka, Kan 


Mr. Castle's. 




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NAMKS. RESIDENCES. ROOMS. 

Ci.AUKNCK .ItiiiN C'liASE Whittlcsey Mr. Chapman's. 

1» viui's Daniel Clayton Little Sandusky Mr. Gaston's. 

MoiiEY S.MITH CoLLiEK ThuFston, N. Y Mr. Wright's. 

Elmaii Cook Otto, N. Y Union Block. 

Henhv Francis Derr Montville Mrs. Breckville's. 

BiniT Ek.\stus Dk Yo Oberlin Dea. Manley's. 

John Ben.jamin Dudley Bath, N. Y... Mr. Writ,'ht's. 

EiNioN Cranogvab Evans Potsdam, N. Y.. 'M T. H. 

Frederic Alden Field Oberlin Mr. Field's. 

James Ishmael Greaves East Cleveland Dea. Peck's. 

John Hanshue Western Star 75T. H. 

Jonx Columbus Harris Antwerp Mr. Purple's. 

Wu.i.iAM Andrew Hobus Elsie, Mich Mr. Chapman's. 

Svlvanus Converse Huntington, Jr.. .Pulaski, N. Y Prof. Morgan's. 

William Montgomery Jackson. .Oberlin Mr. Jackson's. 

WiLLi.\M Joseph Johnson Boston, Mass... Prof. Dasconib's. 

Orion John Jouffe London, Ontario... Mr. Wilson's. 

George Onslow Kinsman Thetford, Vt Mrs. Cramer's. 

Edwaki) Joseph Malle Bedford Mrs. Hubbard's. 

Charles Beebe Martin. Oberlin Mrs. Martin's. 

James Edward Mokton Brownsville Principal's OflBce. 

Julius Sinclear Ogan Columbus Grove Mr. Jackson's. 

William W. Prinole Fremont Mrs.Wheat's. 

George Thompson Reeves Newark, N. Y Dr. Hayward's. 

Clayton Brown Rockhill Oakland Mr. Ells'. 

RoviLLUs ROLLIN ROGERS Alden, lowa Dea. Peck's. 

George Leverett Thompson Payson, 111 Mr. Field's. 

James Perry Wertz Bryan Mr. Sage's. 

Robert White Henrietta Mr. King's. 

Ellen Clorissa Akkrs Oberlin Mr. Akers'. 

Clara Evangeline Babcock Oberlin Dea. Andrews'. 

Ella Jane Strong Oskaloosa, Iowa Rev. Mr. Westervelt's. 

Agnes Fitzhenry Williams Providence, R. I Ladies' Hall. 

Lucy Ellen Wright Oberlin Rev. Mr. Wright's. 

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PAOULTY. 



JAMES H. FAIRCHILD, Pkesident. 

JAMES DASCOMB. JOHN M. ELLIS. CHARLES H. CHURCHILL. 

GILES W. SHURTLEFF. ROSELLE T. CROSS. 

JOHN B. PERRY. 



ALMON W. BURR. JAMES R. SEVERANCE. MORRITZ E. EVERSZ. 

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STUDENTS. 
JUNIOR CLASS. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Fred E. Fay Bryan. 

John Fee Gregg Hillsdale, Ky. 

Edward A. Leeper Atlanta, 111. 

Fred Norton Smith Elyria. 

W1LX.IAM J. Smith Elyria. 

Howard J. Wood Madison. 

Juniors 6 



SOPHOMORE CLASS. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Malcolm G. Alexander Clyde. 

Eugene F. Atwood Woodbury, Conn. 

William F. Bevitt Springfleld. 

S. G. Burked Lawrence, Mich. 

Lyman S. Burr Wolcottville, Coim. 

George S. Canfield South Ridge. 

Harry A. Cook Oberlin. 

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NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

William R. Davis Fremont, Neb. 

Dewitt C. Ecjoleston Aurora. 

Sami-ei, p. Maclean Vermont, 111. 

J. MoNKOE Maiik.s Marengo, 111. 

Oliver G. Olin Belleville. 

Edwin C. Silsby Selma, Ala. 

Horace Smith Patmos. 

Harry M. Wiiedon Hinckley. 

Howard F. Wolcott Leroy. 

Sophomores 16 



FR ESHMAN CLASS. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Bela B. Adams Oberlin. 

Jacob L. Bailey Vermont, 111. 

John D. Browning Belpre. 

William K. Browning Belpre. 

Edwin W. Coit N. Fairfield. 

Fred E. Cole Copopa. 

LORIN H. CowLES Baraboo, Wis. 

Clarence A. Crist Western Star. 

H. R. Crouch Galway, N. Y. 

Everett E. Day Sheffield. 

Dvek Foud Galva, 111. 

Henry E. Newhall Lynn, Mass. 

Fred T. Nunn Ru9.sia. 

Frank E. Pearse Cincinnati. 

Arthur J. Phinney Russell. 

William W. Pringle South Charleston. 

John N. Richards Liberty, Mo. 

Thomas H. Rowland ClarksUold. 

Alvan Smith Salem. 

George F. Tennant Camden. 

Henry W. Thompson Payson, 111. 

Arthur T. West Tabor, la. 

Newton Wyeth Newway. 

Freshmen 23 



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Prcparatarg |}cpartmenl 



INSTRTJOTOES. 



ROSELLE T. CROSS, Principal. 

ALMON W. BURR. CHARLES N. JONES. THEODORE E. BIJETON. 

SAMUEL E. EASTMAN. THOMAS A. HALL. 

LYMAN B. HALL. 

Assisted by StvdenUi in the Seminar n and higher classes of the College and 

Ladies' Department. 



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SENIOR CLASS. 

NAMES. RR5IDENCES. 

WrLLiAM P. Blacksian ..Klrksville, Mo. 

Carlos M. Broavn Sacramento, Cal. 

C. Mahvtn Cady Oberlin. 

William C. Calland Summerfleld. 

Frederick A. Churchill Oberlin. 

Gilbert J. Clark Wollington. 

William Doggett Niagara Falls. 

Alexander S. Eaton Otsego, Mich. 

Charles G. Elliott Tonica, 111. 

.WixFiELD Flagler Armada, Mich. 

Albert J. Gilchrist Oberlin. 

Herbert Delos Goodenough Barton, AVis. 

EVANDER J. GOODSELL NelsOD. 

Franklin C. Gofdy Ashland. 

Archie Hadden Euclid. 

Charles E. Hudson Middleport. 

Herbert L. Hulburd ...Lawrenceville, N. Y. 

Benjashn a. Imes .Van Wert, Pa. 

William N. Johnson Oberlin. 

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NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

ARTHUR 1). Langston Washington, D. C. 

.lAMKS A. Lkwis Crestline. 

.lAMKs H. LO(;cK Northfleld. 

Km U. Loomls Pawleit, V't. 

ORA.MEL W. Lvc.\S Canon City, Col. 

Lucius C. Makkham Oberlin. 

Albert MlKim Hellevue. 

<'iii«i.-;t(>i'Hkk C. MoKi.n.ney Columbia. 8. C. 

.loii.N .MauslaM) Chester, Conn. 

HoBi.NSON Martin Younfisville. 

Georoe E. Martinuale Oberlin. 

Charles E. Monroe Oberlin. 

ARTHUit W. Nichols North Eaton. 

WiNTHROP D. Painter Oberlin. 

Norman P. Peck Oberlin. 

Thomas D. Phillips Floyd, N.T. 

William H. Porter Lansing, Mich. 

Erwin H. Richards Mecca. 

J. Wells Uichey Senecaville. 

CiEOROK H. Rowland Clarksfleld. 

Adelbert Selders Lodi. 

George A. Sessions Cleveland. 

Sanford E. Shutt Middleport. 

James W. Sibley Litchfleld. 

Henry R. S.mitu Sarahsville. 

Merton M. Squire Oberlin. 

Wyandot J. Stevens Bruceville, 111. 

George VL Sutton Oberlin. 

Albert M. Wheeler Shelby. 

Melville C. Whitney Wellington. 

S^VMUEL C. Windsor Beaufort, N. C. 

Waxter R. Watkins Wytheville, Va. 

ExANA Cochr^VNE Baraboo, Wis. 

Adra Holmes Mt. Vernon. 

Carrie Wicks Oberlin. 

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MIDDLE CLASS. 

NAMES. RESIDENCKS. 

Samuel N. Barker Westminster, Conn. 

George M. Bonner Troy, N. Y. 

Burton L. Bostwick Edinburg. 

William A. Bowen Oberlin. 

Arthur G. Brown Oberlin. 

Clark A. Burton Huntsburg. 

Isaac M. Cardozo Columbia, S. C. 

DwionT H. Clapp Kirtland. 

Beriah F. Cochrane Baraboo, wis. 

Walter Dean Kelley's Island. 

Byron Button Auburn. 

Lewis P. Ernst Assumption, III. 

Charles R. Forest Sauk City, Wis. 

Lucius B. Fuller Nelson. 

Marcus B. Fuller Nelson. 

Henry Gardner Richville, N. Y. 

Samuel A. Grant Cincinnati. 

William H. Gray Oberlin. 

John H. Grose Greenwood, la. 

Garrard Hamilton Greensburg, Ind. 

Davtd A. Haylor Henrietta. 

Edwin A. Hazeltine Busti, N. Y. 

llOBERT C. Henderson Zanesville. 

Frank T. Hendry Sandusky City. 

William F. Hersh Albion, Ind. 

J(5HN W. Kirk Canal Fulton. 

Oliver H. Koons Sulphur Springs. 

Eugene R. Langston Washington, D. C. 

Edwin B. Loveland Oberlin. 

William B. McIntyre Dekalb. 

Charles C. McKinney Cleveland. 

William M. Monroe Oberlin. 

LiNDLEY W. Morris New Lisbon. 

Charles E. Morse Newburg. 

John S. Nelson New Baltimore, N. Y. 

Josiah J. NuNN Norwalk. 

Edward W. Peck Oberlin. 

Albert C. Penfield Oberlin. 



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NAMKS. HESIDEN-CES. 

MOHOAN G. I'oi.i.KY Bedford. 

(JusTAViys (.'. KowE South Charleston. 

M()SE.s n. Sen AKFKER Miamisburg. 

John Schnkiukh West Bend, Wis. 

Samuki, R. SiNGKit Zanesville. 

G. WiM.iAM H. Smith Polk. 

Hehukkt H. Smythk Columbus. 

Cakl a. Snydek Oberlin. 

Mii.K(iui) 11. Squike Oberlin. 

James B. Stockino Elyria. 

We.si,ey M. Skiver LKsle, III. 

EiTOKNK A. TiTTTLK North Amherst. 

Georok B. V'.vx Waters Rensselaer Falls, N. Y. 

Frank T. Waters Lenox. 

Soi/OMON Watkins Oberlin. 

John W. Welsh Elyria. 

John H. White Collins Center, N. Y. 

Geordie Z. Whitney - Wellington. 

William H. Wilks Perry Village. 

William D. Williams Poutypool, Wales. 

William G. Youno Sarahsville. 

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JUNIOR CLASS. 

NAMBS. RF^SIDKNCRS. 

Elgin P. Abbott Lee, N. Y. 

Charles T. Adams Copley. 

Benjamin Aldridge Brooklyn, N. Y. 

WiLiiEUT L. Anderson East Berkshire, Vt. 

Be.n.iamin I). Baoby O.\ford. 

Edwin U. Baoby ^ Oxford. 

Calvin P. Baldwin Baldwin's Mills, Wis. 

G. W1LLIA.M Be.vttie Oberlin. 

D. Charles Bems Oberlin. 

Charles S. Brown Cincinnati. 

ArousTUs H. Burr Washington, D. C. 

OniN B. Cady Oberlin. 

Edward R. Chap.man Utica. 

James vv. Cookson Fremont. 

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NAMES. RESIDE.NXES. 

William T. Corlett Cleveland. 

JoHx W. Damox Penfleld. 

EvERARD W. Dascomb Wilton, N. H. 

A. J. Dyer Galena. 

Frank O. Egglestox Aurora. 

William T. Fee Franklin, Penn. 

William A. Fitch Oberlin. 

Isaac L. Freeman Big Plain. 

William G. Freeze Brunswick. 

Theron R. Hall Ontario, Ind. 

Willis W. Harrison La Grange. 

James H. Helwig Gnadenhutten. 

John V. F. Holter Bedford. 

Oliver E. Hotchkiss South Kirtland. 

MiLO S. Howlett Howlettsville, N. T. 

Esau Imes Joyfleld, Mich. 

Ch.\rles H. Johnson Nashville, Tenn. 

Everett G. Jones Aurora. 

Joseph A. Julian Model City, Mich. 

George W. Kinney Oberlin. 

Francis M. Koons Sulphur Springs. 

Anson C. Lamb ...Oberlin. 

Abner H. Lane Twinsburg. 

Frank H. Lawther Fulton, Mo. 

Herbert E. Lee Manlius. 

Nestor Light Chicago, 111. 

John T. Martin Indianapolis, Ind. 

Charles H. McCallister Henderson, Ky. 

Frank G. Mead Maringo. 

NEBR.A.SKA Munhollen Sulllvan. 

David D. Osborn North Dover. 

William J. P.^ddock Baraboo, Wis. 

William H. Peck Oberlin. 

Milton Phillips Royalton, Wis. 

Willis H. Post Springfield, III. 

CH.4JRLES A. Powers Perrysburg. 

William F. Preston South Wright, Mich. 

Oliver Ramsdell Marblehead. 

Howard Randall Sheffield. 

J. Henry Ricker New Bavaria. 

Charles B. Bobbins Fremont. 



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NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

CiiAUi.K.s A. Skei.ey BristoMnd. 

Ll'cil-s a. Skvkucool Chatham. 

Alheut C. Sn.vTTUCK Newton Falls. 

William E. Siiotwell Orainel, N. Y. 

Robert S. Snvdeii Oberlin. 

He.vhy H. Spiiague Wellington. 

Hexhy L. Stei.ner Kenton. 

Henry Stephan Cleveland. 

Lewis E. Stetleu Bellevue. 

AxuRKW Sullivan Dacon Hill, N. Y. 

Wai.teu S. .Sl-llivan West Liberty. 

UucKSTON S. Sweet Perrysburg. 

Sumner C. Thompson Oberlin. 

Willis A. Thompson South Haven, Mich. 

Joseph E. Vaile Kokomo, Ind. 

CuAULES C. Van Waters Rensselaer Falls, N.Y. 

Bout WELL Veasie West Littleton, Mass. 

Charles A. Vincent Pentwater, Mich. 

LiNNEUS O. Vincent Pentwater, Mich. 

George B. Walker Richville, N. Y. 

CoRwiN G. Warden Copopa. 

Fred Wehstku Ilawsonviile. 

Aaron L. Wnp;ELER Shelby. 

Frank A. Wilcox Richfield. 

Oliver C. Wilks Buffalo. 

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NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Charles G.Adams ....Perrysburg. 

FR.4NCIS A. AiKiNS .Mayfleld. 

Joseph H. Ames - Three Oaks, Mich. 

Henry M. Andress Oberlin. 

Alfred Army Chicago, 111. 

John C. Babcock Clyde. 

Charles D. Bacon Wakeman. 

George C. Bacon Brownhelm. 

William O. Bair Rollersville. 

George G. Baker Fairfield. 

Jason A. Barber Tontogany. 

AuGCSTtTS G. Bell New York City. 

George C. Bemis ...Windham. 

Charles F. Besserer Middleport. 

Edwin W. Bisseli Cleveland. 

Harrison M. Black West Liberty. 

Isaac Blackwell Oberlin. 

Oliver Blinkhorn St. Helens, Eng. 

Adelbert E. Bolton Oberlin. 

Elmer D. Bostwick '. Edinburg. 

Edward Brooks Quaker Bottom. 

William C. Bunce Oberlin. 

Alexander A. Bltrrell Washington, D. C. 

William C. Callender Dayton. 

Clare A. Camp Painesville. 

William M. C.\mpbell Canton. 

Charles M. Carey Salem. 

Newton H. Carpenter Oberlin. 

Howard H. Carter Talmadge. 

William T. C.a.se West Bloomfleld, N. Y. 

Elwin Castle West Kichfleld. 

Henry L. Castle North Eaton. 

C. J. Chamberlain Geneva. 

Lee Chamberlain - Leetonia. 

S.4MirEL G. Chamberlain Leetonia. 

George E. Ch.ipel Algonquin, 111. 

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NAMKS. KSSIDENCES. 

Caius a. I'HAi'MAN Huntintrton. 

John L. Chai-man Iluntintrtoii. 

LiKK Chapman Huntington. 

Bayaki) T. Chukchwaru Berea. 

EuiJAH P. Clemons Dayton. 

Cakkoli. W. Coates Oberlin. 

Hekukijt E. Coi.e Litchfield. 

llKKiiEUT W. Cole Peninsula. 

James H. Cole Fulton, Mo. 

Walter Coleman Oberlin. 

William Co LLisTER Cleveland. 

James M. Colwell W. Baton Kouge, La. 

Anukkw G. Comings Oberlin. 

Homer F. Comings East Berkshire, Vt. 

James Condit Tontogany. 

Edwin J. Cook - Four Corners. 

Geokge M. Cook Oberlin. 

David F. Cookston Mansfield. 

Ben.iamin W. Dart Oberlin. 

Frank W. Davis North Amherst. 

Henry C. Dawson Richmond, Va. 

Lucn's Dean Kelley's Island. 

James Decker North Robinson. 

George M. Derr Sharon Center. 

Demas B. Dewey LeRoy, N. Y. 

William H. DeWolf Syracuse. 

Elm ah Dodd Waterville. 

David H. Drake Crawfordsville, la. 

HouERT R. Duncan Montgomery, Ala. 

Clarence H. Dutton Auburn. 

Charles A. Favel Oberlin. 

H. M. Fay Prairie Depot. 

William T. Felton ^ Oberlin. 

Charles Fenton Newton Falls. 

David Fisher Oberlin. 

Frank Follett Oberlin. 

Morris N. Frink Sullivan. 

Milton J.Fritz Litchfield. 

William A. Frost Litchfield, Mich. 

Andrew R. Funk Fredonia. 

Zachariah Garn Fremont. 

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NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

William Gaskixs . . Mt. Pleasant. 

Horace Gifford Greenwich Station. 

Lafayette Gifford Wellington. 

Samuel Gillard - -Venice. 

John Gillilan Algonquin, 111. 

Fr-Axk R. Gkaxnls - Oberlin. 

George T. Greeley Nashua, la. 

Lot^is W. Griss - New Paris, lud. 

Eber O. Gurley Oberlin. 

George L. Guv Oberlin. 

Ch.vrles S. Hackett Sheffield. 

J. PREhTON Hall Fredonia. 

Robert P. Halliday Salem Center. 

Robert J. Hamikjxd Richfield. 

Seth R. Hanchett - -Twinsburg. 

Hugh B. Hancock Austin, Texas. 

Amaxdus B. H anshue Western Star. 

Byron Harrison LaGranyre. 

Simeon O. Hart Warren. 

Davtu S. Heckert Prairie Depot. 

Victor H. Hendry Angola, Ind. 

Arthur Herbert. Macedonia. 

George H. Hill... Vinton. 

William L. Hill Prophetstown, 111. 

WiLLi.\.M H. Hines Oberlin. 

WiLUAM H. Hodge Oberlin. 

Jaxies W. Holton .Oberlin. 

Oliver R. Hoover Reading, Pa. 

Wilson K. Hoover.. -.- Camden. 

Ch.\rles H. Hopkins West Bloomfleld, N. Y. 

D-'V.viD A. HossLER Greenwich. 

John C. Howe Knowlesville, N. Y. 

Charles A. Hughes - ...Edinburg. 

Everett W. Hull Oberlin. 

William E. Hurd Morrison, 111. 

D. William Hurlburt Guilford. 

Prentiss W. Jackson Oberlin. 

John H. Kahao Independence, la. 

Charles W. Keefer East Greenwich, N. Y. 

Ira A. Kent Genoa. 

MiRON Kirkland Ligonier, Ind. 



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RESIDENCBS. 
KAMKS. 

HKNUV W. KMOHT Casstown. 

HKiiHEiiT U. Lakfekty Toledo. 

U„nKKT.I. LAN(iKOUi) West Elkton. 

D^viu C. LKONAHD Oberlin. 

CHAR^^.. A. LiNSLKV Millville, N. Y. 

Wii.MAM H. LooAN Chilioothe. 

r.EouGK B. Lyon Maquoketa, la. 

Jri.iAN W. Lyon Copley. 

Miu.AKu V. Lyon Cleveland. 

Theodohe M. Lyon Cleveland. 

Lewis J. Mackey Sandusky. 

Paul L. Malle Bedford. 

Wii.i.iam K. Manahan Norwalk. 

William D. McCi.eery West Alexander, Pa. 

Ransom R. McFadden Oil City. 

William A. McLeod Oberlin. 

Charles A. Metcalf Oberlin. 

ITari.ky A. Miller North Royalton. 

MAitioN N. Miller North Royalton. 

Fkepehick p. Minton Tontogany. 

Thomas C. Morison Oberlin. 

Charles Newell Cincinnati. 

A i,nEUT Newton Grafton. 

Simeon C. Nichols Columbia. 

Joseph J. Ndby Thorntown, Tnd. 

William C. Ocobock Sandusky. 

Arthur R. Paddock Baraboo, Wis. 

Wii^LiAM C. Pardee Windham. 

Dwioht a. Par.melee Liverpool. 

Zavalah Parsons La Grange. 

John L. Patter.son Savannah. 

Charles E. Pike Bowling Green. 

Hf.nry K. Polk Milton, Ky. 

Oka M. Porter Newburg. 

Ehwin J. Powell Oberlin. 

J. T. Hamsdkli Marblehead. 

Frank E. Rathbun Oberlin. 

Dan Richards Oberlin. 

J. W. Richards East Cleveland. 

E. Child Rider Weybridge, Vt. 

William H. Robison Stockton, Cal. 

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NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Fbankxin J. ROLUK RidgevlUe. 

AvEKY S. Root Millvllle, N. T. 

Joseph A. Rouse Higrhgate Springs, Vt. 

Willis A. Rowley Clarksfleld. 

John D. Russler Newway. 

Frank E. Sawyer Bedford. 

Henry Schoonover - Defiance. 

Irving A. Searles Bedford. 

Grenville M. Sears Townsend. 

George L. Seeley Amherst. 

ZiMRi A. Shaw North Ridgeville. 

N. Curtis Sheldon Medina. 

George M. Sherman Henrietta. 

Frank P. Skinner Middleport. 

Michael P. Smith Elyria. 

Randall R. Smith E. Baton Rouge, La. 

Thomas P. S.mith Cairo, 111. 

John R. Smithea Richmond, Va. 

Franklin P. Snapp Rives. 

Arthur D. Sprague Lawrence. 

Edgar A. Squire Sulphur Springs. 

Frank P. Stebbins Toledo. 

Clark Stevens Collamer. 

Frank Taylor West Independence. 

Okr W. Thomas Greenwich. 

Edward E. Thompson South Haven, Mich. 

Edward V. Thompson Oberlin. 

Hyman W. Thompson Beaufort, N. C. 

James Thompson Vernon. 

P. G. Thompson Kensington, Mich. 

WiLLiA.M J. Thompson Cleveland. 

Henry F. Tonsing Bedford. 

John F. Tritch Denver, Col. 

James M. Trump New Haven. 

Ernest V. Underhill La Grange. 

William J. Walborn _ Fremont. 

John B. Wallace Youngstown. 

Andrew J. Walters Fremont. 

Jajies a. Waring Oberlin. 

Paul V. Washburn Grand Rapids, Mich. 

JuDSON M. Wauqh Kipton Station. 

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NAMES. KKSIDENCES. 

Chahlrs L. Wekoon Columbus station. 

n K< >m ! K ('. W KSTEii VELT Oberlin. 

H EH iiKHT E. Westeh VKLT Oberl i n. 

Ai-EXANDEK V. White Oberlin. 

William Whitehohn Panama. S. A. 

LioNEi> A. Whitney Cherryville, Kan.t^as. 

JcsTiN W IDEM AN Seville. 

Chaki.es a. Wii.c'OX Brecksville. 

R. JAME.S Wilkinson Columbu.s. 

Thomas W. Williams Hubbard. 

Geokge F. Willis ...Corinth, Miss. 

Delos Wilmot Oberlin. 

Stanly E. Wilmot Claridon. 

Frederick J. Wiser Richville, N. Y. 

B. H. Woodbury Bowling Green. 

James P. Woodbury .Bowling Green. 

Fenton Wyckoff Greenwich Station. 

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PAOTTLTT. 



JAMES H. FAIRCHILD, President. 

Mhs. a. a. F. JOHNSTON, Principal. 

Miss HELEN E. MARTIN, Assistant. 

JAMES DASCOMB. JOHN M. ELLIS. CHARLES H. CHURCHILL. 

JUDSON SMITH. GILES W. SHURTLEFP. JOHN B. PERRY. 

ALMON W. BURR. 



LADIES' BOAUD OF MAITAGEES. 



Mrs. a. a. F. JOHNSTON. 
Mrs. MARIANNE P. DASCOMB. 
Mrs. ELIZABETH M. L. MORGAN. 
Mrs. REBECCA FINNEY. 
Mrs. SARAH D. PENFIELD. 



Mrs. MARY L. P. KINNEY. 
Mrs. MINERVA E. ELLIS. 
Mrs. ELIZABETH S. MEAD. 
Mrs. AUGUSTA B. SMITH. 
Mrs. MARY B. SHURTLEFF. 



STTJDENTS. 



FOURTH YEAR. 

NAMES. RESIDEN'CES. 

Florence Backus Keokuk, la. 

Ella V. Billings West Randolph, N. Y. 

Frankie E. Bosworth Oberlin. 

Sauie M. Bosworth Oberlin. 

Mary Burnham Monroe City. 

Angie X. Chapman Farmington, 111. 

Minnie L. Cheeseman Oberlin. 

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NAMES. RKSIDKNCES. 

KiTTiE S. Cmshke Oberlin. 

Alice C. Co.vki.inci Oberlin. 

Sakah E. Edwards Canfleld. 

Alice C. Faiuchild Oberlin. 

S.4.RA S. FKiiors(j.\ West Springfield, Pa. 

Mary C. Fhkeman Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Laura Gre«o HillKdale,Ky. 

Mary E. Henry Oberlin. 

Ella C. Holbhook Madison. 

Emma A. Holbrook Madison. 

MvrrEi.iXN H. HnNTiNOTON Pulaski, N. Y. 

Mary E. Kei.i,ey Burr Oak, Mich. 

Margaret Kikkuride Amherst. 

Alice E. Loughridok Grinnell, la. 

Lottie C. Mokison Oberlin. 

Mattie L. Morison Oberlin. 

Minnie J. Nettleton Oberlin. 

M. Mi.NEiiVA Ueed Austinburg. 

Mary Snyder : Oberlin. 

Ella A. Warren Greenville, 111. 

Sarah C. Williams Whittlesey. 

Lut.Y J. Vkenu Claridon. 

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THIRD YEAR. 

"A^'ES. Kt;;)lDENCES. 

Jennie M. Alvord Bolton, Conn. 

Kate G. Clapp Kirtland. 

Lucy M. Cramer Oberlin. 

Celia U. Doolittle Ontario, Ind. 

Lucy E. Dunlavy Hennepin, 111. 

Amelia L. Ferris Oneida, 111. 

Maggie B. Fi.aik Canfleld. 

Lizzie G. Graham Lexington. 

Ei.i.en J. Ham Dover. 

An(;ie K. Hatch Lisle. 111. 

Ellen A.Hayes Hanover. 

Minnie C. Hewitt Cleveland. 

Mary E. Kennedy Brunswick. 

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NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Celia Kenney Oberlin. 

Kate K. Koons Sulphur Springs. 

Sarah Leonarik _ : Findley. 

Mattie J. Maltby _ Bristolville. 

Etta McClelland Russia. 

Emma A. McCokmick _ _ Hartland. 

Mary Schofiei,d Fredonia, N. Y. 

Victoria A. Sumter Charleston, S. C. 

Jennie M. Sutton _Lapeer, Mich. 

Belle Washburne .Vermillion. 

Mary B. Wells.. Huntington. 

Ella White Clyde. 

Lizzie Whitney Oberlin. 

Mary H. Wickes Oberlin. 

Fannie L. Wilcox _ ...Twinsburg. 

Amy E. Willcutt. Oberlin. 

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SECOND YEAR. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Carrie N. Allen - Oberlin. 

Lottie E. Andrews Little Rock, Ark. 

Mittie Andrews Hudson, N. Y. 

Allie H. Bricker - Shelby. 

Ellen J. Brickett East Lake George, N. Y. 

Emma I. Crumrine _ Nova. 

Annis B. Ford - Peoria, HI. 

Mary E. Gill . Four Corners. 

Inez Gridley _ Clarksfield. 

Maggie A. Hine.. ..Berlin Heights. 

Lucy R. Hughes Medina. 

Ann.\ H. Jones Oberlin. 

Clar.v E. Leonard ..Willoughby. 

Henrietta Loring ...Berlin Heights. 

M. Olive McKinney .Sterling, HI. 

Nellie Nichols _ Oberlin. 

Nettie Nichols Oberlin. 

Mary A. Penfield Oberlin. 

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KAMKS. RESIDENCES. 

ANNA C. PowEKS Franklin. 

Mahv I'HOSSKK New London. 

May S. Race North Ridgeville. 

Anna lU(HARn.>* - Oberlin. 

Mahv E. Stkwaht Gilroy, Cal. 

Emma D. Tenxant Camden. 

Lizzie C. Walker Champion. 

Alice Whioht Marblehead. 

Mywa K. Whkmit - Oberlin. 

Jennie Zirmehi-v .Yellow Bud. 



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FIRST YEAR. 

KAMES. RESIDENCES. 

KuBiB L. Abbey - Arkwright, N. Y. 

May Adams W. Salem, Wis. 

Ada Annis - - Amherst. 

Sakah I. Bell Seville. 

Cornelia J. Bigelow Ontario, Ind. 

Mollie E. Bird Wabash, Ind. 

Etta J. Buckingham... Newark. 

Ida Cassell Fredericktown. 

Lulu Cassell Fredericktown. 

Hattie M. Clapp Huntsburg. 

Louise H. Clark Huntington. 

Clara Clisbee Oberlin. 

Jennie Colton Orange, Conn. 

Ella M. Davies W. Unity. 

Belle M. De Vent Plymouth. 

Camilla Donnell Kingston, Ind. 

Mary L. Drake Oskaloosa, la. 

Hattie A. Dunham Bennington, Vt. 

Clara M. E.\ton Oberlin. 

Eva M. Eolin Huntington. 

KiTTiE Ewing Randolph, N. Y. 

Annie L. Groves Sharon, Penn. 

Enrie J. Hamilton Clarksburg, Ind. 

Ella Harrison Granville, 111. 

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NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Flora J. Hoyt Oberlin. 

LiLUE E. Jackson Oberlin. 

JosiE A. Jenney Greenwich. 

Julia H. Lewis Pleasanton, Mich. 

Ella McConoughet Oberlin. 

Hannah McDaniels - Rollersville. 

Ella L. Morehouse Litchfield. 

Rachel Murray W. Lebanon, Ind. 

Julia Osborn Bainbridge. 

Ella M. Payne Oberlin. 

Ella A. Pierce Warren. 

.Tennie F. Ridlon Lawrence, Mich. 

Emma J. Smith Pittsfleld. 

Flora H. Snow Avon. 

Jennie Sours Findley. 

Jennie L. Strong - Huntsburg. 

Sarah E. Strong Seville. 

Mary M. Tibballs - N. Royalton. 

Carrie Thompson Kensington, Mich. 

Viva F. Thompson Denver, Col. 

Emma Westervelt Delaware. 

Nellie C. Wheeler Cleveland. 

JosiE L. Woodworth .'. Williamsfleld. 

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NAMES. KKSIDENCES. 

Emma Bauber North Amherst. 

Sahah a. Huadley Bangkok, Siaiii. 

Makia Cakveu Pawlet, Vt. 

NEIJ.IE Comings - St. Joseph, Mich. 

Evelyn Ccmmings Painesville. 

Elvene L. Curtis Cohimbu.s, Pa. 

M.VRY A. CuRTiss. Medina. 

May Custek New Philadelphia. 

E.mma a. Donaldson Fort Wayne, Ind. 

MiLLA Edwards Oberlin. 

E.MMA J. Ells - Oberlin. 

Florence Ford Galva, III. 

Jennie S. Ford Galva, 111. 

Lucy S. Gaston Russia. 

Nellie Jones Bellevue. 

Magoie D. Judd Waterbury, Conn. 

Lucett.\ M. Kino Lenox. 

Hattie a. Lee Kenosha, Wis. 

Sarah Lindsley Perrjsburg. 

Ernestine A. Mergler Wheeling, 111. 

Mary C. Monroe Oberlin. 

Helen M. Morison Oberlin. 

Alice Stewart Beaver Dam, Wi.-^. 

May Thompson.. Michigan City, Ind. 

Etta Walker Mansfield. 

Lottie J. Viets Oberlin. 

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NAMES. KKSIUKNCES. 

Mattie M. Ad am s - .Clarksfleld . 

Victoria L. Armoch Memphis, Tenn. 

Emma J. Aiken Beaver Dam, Wis. 

Metta V. Aldrich - Dover. 

Alice Ai/Exander - - Oberlin. 

Amanda Ames - Mantua Station. 

Frances M. Ames - Mantua Station. 

Liz/iE Anderton - - Bedford. 

Sadie Anderton — Bedford. 

Flora Andrews .-- N. Camden. 

M. Eva Andrews - - Oberlin. 

MOLLiE E. Baird - Columbiana. 

Keoka M. Barnard -.- — ..(^rland. 

Emma M. Barnes -. Hardwicl<, Mass. 

Sarah L. Barnes -- Hardwick, Mass. 

JosiE B. Bateham -_ Painesville. 

Addie M. Bean ..Hudson, Mich. 

Brietta Bebout ( )berli n . 

Lizzie Bedford De Witt, Iowa. 

Mary C. Bell Henrietta. 

Lin S. Benham Avon. 

Mary E. Blanchard Birmingham. 

Sophia J. Bleil Liverpool. 

Helen M. Boise Oberlin. 

Lizzie Bolger Huntington. 

Maria Braithwaite Pittsfleld. 

Rosa Brainard Randolph. 

Marcia a. Bray Rollersville. 

LiLLiE A. Brewster .Sandusky. 

Fannie E. Briggs Honeoye, N. Y. 

Amanda Brogan Mallet Creek. 

Alice R. Brown Oberlin. 

Clara M. Brown ..Chagrin Falls. 

Orilla Bryant _ Henrietta. 

Lillie Buck Carpenterville, 111. 

Nettie I. Burr Oberlin. 

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NAMKS. RESIDKN'CKS. 

Ada Camphkm. Brooklyn. 

liYDiA L. Cahpentkr Olmstead. 

Ncttik ("aui'kntkh Eaton. 

Emma M. Cahvkk '. Manchester, Vt. 

Dki.i.a S. Cask Orwell. 

.lENNiK E. Casti.e Topeka, Kan. 

Em.a Chamhehs Biicyrus. 

Lucy L. Chambers W. Farmington. 

Angemne Cherry Wooster. 

Eva E. Chester Oberlin. 

Minnie Chester Oberlin. 

Eva C. Child Oberlin. 

Minnie A. Chubb Dover. 

Alice Clark Twinsburg. 

Rosa Clark Oberlin. 

Cakrik a. Clapp .Huntsburg. 

Ha'itie M. Clapp Huntsburg. 

Mattie Close Henrietta. 

Mary Colvin Clyde. 

Clara M. Combs Olmstead Falls. 

Carrie P. Cornell Sharonville. 

Nellie Cowin Randal. 

Fhankje Crandall Youngstown. 

Maria L. Crosby Nelson. 

Allie C. Crumrine Troy. 

Hattie Curry Cross Creek. 

.JiLiA E. Curry Cross Creek. 

Mary E. Cuhtiss Freedom Station. 

Fannie Davis Toledo. 

LillieDay Sheffield. 

LuoENiA Dknham Penfleld. 

Hettie Dkrr Sharon. 

S. Louise Doty Springfield. 

Etta L. Douglass Berlin Heights. 

Lktitia n. Douglass Berlin Heights. 

Mary M. Drake LeSueur, Minn. 

.Iustina Dye North Eaton. 

Alice L. Eames Chicago, HI. 

Myra Edwards Oberlin. 

KATEELL^^T Bedford. 

Clara .7. Eli,son Avon. 

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NAMES. RESIDEN'CKS. 

KiTTiE E. Ernst .-_ South Amherst. 

Ella J. Farrar Oberlin. 

Abbie B. Fay < Prairie Depot. 

Adella Ferguson Henrietta. 

Annie L. Ferguson Henrietta. 

Abbie M. Field Oberlin. 

Julia A. Foote _ Oberlin. 

Sarah H. Foote Oberlin. 

Fannie F. Ford Peoria, 111. 

Ida Ford Ruggles. 

Mary Fr-4.yer Carson. 

Fannie L. Fredricks St. Louis, Mo. 

Fannie A. Gardner.. <fl.!Q.^.-.Q^->Kaj.Mallet Creek. 

Lydia L. Gardner rtr.*rf.^.tA.*^.JL. /[.Mallet Creek. 

Mattie Gardner Medina. 

Ella E. Gates New London. 

Jennie Gott.. LaGrange. 

Hannah C. Graham Cleveland. 

Anna H. Graves Germanville. 

Mary E. Greeley Bellville. 

Alice D. Griffith .Toledo. 

Delia A. Hacket Sheffield. 

Emma C. Hall Hudson. 

Martha R. Hanchett Twinsburg. 

Rettie Hardy Florence. 

Florence Harris Oberlin. 

Annie E. Hatch South Dartmouth, Mass. 

Hattie a. Hatch Bainbridge. 

Emma E. Healy Oberlin. 

Aurelia Heusner Henrietta. 

Eva L. Heusner Henrietta. 

Della J. HiCKOK Mecca. 

Mattie Higbee Cleveland. 

Mary S. Hine Florence. 

Ada Holman Fort Wavne. 

Mary H. Holm-^n Cleveland. 

Anna E. Hooper Ripley. 

Bertie M. Hubbard .. .New London. 

Diana A. Hull Oberlin. 

Frances Hurd Camden. 

Caroline Ijies Benzonia, Mich. 



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j;^j,p^ KICSrOHNCES. 

K.MMA W. ,Ta( Ksox Oberlin. 

Sakah E. Jackson Eaton. 

Fi-OHKNCK .lEWKi-L -r Rochester. 

Ella M. .loiiNSON Huntington. 

Mahv (\ Johnson Oberlin. 

Etta La Dow Camden. 

LiNMK La Dow Oberlin. 

Emma Lamb ...Dansvllle, Mich. 

Eva L Lamb Oberlin. 

Mahy J. Landen Erie, Pa. 

Ei.i.A Lane Twinsburg. 

Maky L. Leach Washington, D. C. 

Maky T. Leonahd Oberlin. 

Sabah E. Lester Avon. 

Fannie Liles Seven Mile House. 

Lizzie Lincoln Antwerp. 

Mary E. Lockhart Freeport. 

Ella E. Longbon - N. Eaton. 

Flora A. Loveland New Haven. 

Clara E. Luellen Westfleld. 

Stella Mauison Kome City, Ind. 

Kittie M. Malchi Bellevue. 

Hattie Mallory South Haven, Mich. 

Mary C. Martins Newburg. 

Mary Mawhir ...Westfleld, N. Y. 

Jennie McCkay Oberlin. 

Eva M. McIntire De Kalb. 

Alice E. Mead Oberlin. 

Annie Mead Hartland. 

LiLLiE S. Mead Greenwich. 

E.MMA A. Miller Newton Falls. 

LiBBiE S. Mills Elyria. 

Helen J. Millspauoh Clinton, Mich. 

Ada E. Mitchell N. Ridgeville. 

Annie C. Mitcheli S. Britain, Conn. 

LiBBiE Moles Pittsburg, Pa. 

Mahy Moles Pittsburg, Pa. 

Flora v. Muruock Rensselaer Falls, N. Y. 

Ada S. Musser Ruggles. 

Ursula E. NETTLtn-ON Medina. 

J,ALiiA B. NoHTox .Toledo. 

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NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Carrie M. Paige -- Russia. 

Emii.y R. Paige Russia. 

Cecilia Palmatier....^ Wakeman. 

Julia Parent - Spenser. 

Mary G. Parks Huntington. 

Tetia Parsons La Grange. 

Gertie A. Paui, Ottawa. 

Nettie T. Pei.ton Cleveland. 

Mary C. Penfiei.d Oberlin. 

Edith Pettibone GermanvUle. 

Sylvia Pettibone Balnbridge. 

Carrie C. Phelps Russia. 

Cordelia Phillips Eaton. 

Addie H. Pickett Nashville, Tenn. 

Cora L. Pierce Randolph. 

Alice R. Porter Ruggles. 

M. Ella Reed Defiance. 

GussiE Reeves Oberlin. 

Nellie Remington Remington. 

LucRETiA H. Rice Ripley. 

May Richards - Oberlin. 

Flora Richardson Westfield. 

Eunice C. Rider - ....Cleveland. 

Minnie Robb Oberlin. 

Lizzie H. Rood Oberlin. 

Frances M. Rooker.. Vienna, "Wis. 

Lizzie Root _ Aurora. 

Lottie F. Sayre - West Liberty. 

Laura I. Scott Delaware. 

Anna E. Secord _ Amboy, 111. 

Kate M. Secokd Chicago, 111. 

LiDA R. Seymour Oberlin. 

Laura A. Sharpe Waltham, Mass. 

Addie L. Sher.man ...Maringo. 

Lepha Smith Huntington. 

Lucy L. Snow _ Avon. 

Eunice D. Southworth Sargent's Bluff, Iowa. 

Lydia E. Spalding Henrietta. 

Eleanora Steele Nashville, Tenn. 

Eliza E. Steele - Melmore. 

Ann.v N. Strawn _ Odell, 111. 



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NAMKS. RESIDENCES. 

Linda Si-mmkh Leetonia. 

Nkixik SiTi-irK Carlisle. 

Ci.ARA M. Tknnant Camden. 

Rosa .M. Thomab Alexandria. 

Effleda Thompson Medina. 

Mattif. Tkain Logansport, Ind. 

Myha Train Logansport, Ind. 

LiiiuiE J. Tkavis Mt. Vernon. 

Mattie J. Treat Bainbridge. 

LuELLA Thowbhidqe - Kussia. 

Hannah R. Wallace Columbiana. 

Emma M. Warner Oberlin. 

Lizzie Warner Oberlin. 

Anna C. Washburne W. Medway, Mass. 

Annie E. Washburne Vermillion. 

Maria L. We.mple Collamer. 

Hannah M. West Henrietta. 

Mary E. Whitaker Bowling Green. 

Nellie L. Williams Avon. 

Mattie Wilson Penfleld. 

Urania Wii^on Pittsfleld. 

Carrie Whitham Dover. 

Lida a. Woodford Hartford. 

Nellie C. Woodri-kf Peru. 

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FENELON B. RICE. Mrs. HELEN M. RICE. 

EDWARD E. KELSEY. Miss L. C. WATTLES. 



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STUDENTS. 



GENTLEMEN. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Dudley P. Allen Oberlin. 

Geokge W. Andrews Oberlin. 

Caul App Bolivar. 

Frank R. Bartlett Oberlin. 

Augustus G. Bell -. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

DwiGHT B. Bradley Bangkok, Slam. 

Lyman W. Burr - Oberlin. 

Cai,vin B. Cady ..Oberlin. 

Orin B. Cady '. Oberlin. 

Howard H. Carter Tallmadge. 

Henry L. Castle North Baton. 

H. R. Crouch Galway, N. Y. 

Austin B. Cutler Laporte, Ind. 

John C. Davis - Savannah. 

James B. Dill Oberlin. 

William R. Grannis Oberlin. 

Hastings H. Hart Cleveland. 

Willard Kimball Oberlin. 

George W. Kinney Oberlin. 

Francis M. Koons Oberlin. 

John H. Leslie — Oberlin. 

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NAMF-S. RESIDENCES. 

Uansom H. MrKAunEN 0>1 ^'t^^' ^*- 

A. Wii.r.AKK Mkriuman Silver Lake. 

CHAi«!,E.s F. M<>iu;an Oberlin. 

WiLME .T. I'AHDOCK - Baraboo, Wis. 

Hahx.kk I'oMKROY Stroiigsville. 

Fhku. M. Reei> Liverpool. 

Hr.nnEHT w. Rollin tlatoii. 

Lnwi.N C. !>iii,snv Selma, Ala. 

Albert Sh.vuck Lexington. 

J. PRE.STON Thomas Henrietta. 

Watson P. Tuttle Morrisville, N. Y. 

LiNXKUS (). Vincent Pentwater, Mich. 

George C. Westekvei^t Oberlin. 

George F. Willis Corinth, Miss. 

Oliver C. Wilkes Buffalo, N. Y. 

Newton Wveth Newway. 

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LAD lES. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Jennie D. Ackelson Xenia. 

Kos.v D. Allen Oberlin. 

Carrie Allen Oberlin. 

Kate Allen Middleport. 

H. Lillie Anderson Mansfield. 

Victoria Armour Memphis, Tenn. 

Kate Balsley Fremont. 

Emma Bateman Geneva. 

Alice Baktlett ^ Oberlin. 

Addie M. Backus Oberlin. 

Alice Bartelle Oberlin. 

E.MMA J. IUlderston Pleasant Grove. 

Emma Benedict .Oberlin. 

JosiE K. Hfnedict Oberlin. 

Della Benham Norvealk. 

Ella R. Bishop Charlestown. 

Grace Bidwell Madison. 

Mahv Bidwell Madison. 

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NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

CoKNELiA B1GEI.OW Ontario, Ind. 

Lottie Binoham _ Cleveland. 

Eva S. Bonstel Oberlin. 

Cynthia P. Bowen Oberlin. 

Salina Bowehsox Waterloo, Ind. 

Frankie Boswohth Oberlin. 

Emma G. Brown Oberlin. 

S.\KAH Bkadley Bangkok, Siani. 

Amelia M. Breed.. .Napoleon. 

LiBBiE A. Brewster Sandusky. 

Fannie E. Briggs Honeoye, N. Y. 

Lilian E. Buck Carpentersville. 

Ella J. Buckingham Chicago, 111. 

Etta I. Buckingham Newark. 

Mary F. Campbell Galveston, Texas. 

Ella Capper - Fremont. 

Alice Carlton St. Clair, Mich. 

Ida Cassell Fredericktown. 

Mattie M. Chase.. Buel, N. Y. 

Louise E. Clark Oberlin. 

Clara J. Comings Oberlin. 

Mary E. Cox Oberlin. 

Thereso M. Crawford Genoa. 

O. V. Crocker Galesburg, 111. 

Mary B. Crosier Wellington. 

Mary S. Cummings Clifton, 111. 

DoLLiE L. Culp _ .Oberlin. 

Mary E. Curtiss Freedom Station. 

Ada a. Curtiss... Farmington. 

Sara h B. Day _ Orwell. 

Carrie DeLange Meadville, Pa. 

Clara E. Deming Oberli n . 

Maria DeWolfe Laporte, Ind. 

Mary M. Drake Lesueur, Minn. 

Hattie C. Dunten LaGrange, Ind. 

Len. a. Eaton Oberlin. 

Mame C. Eaton. . Oberlin. 

Ella L. Edwards ...Cleveland. 

Addie E. Evans North Fairfield. 

Sybil Farrar .Oberlin. 

Lillie J. Ferris Perrysburg, N. Y. 

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NAMRS. KKSIDENCES. 

Mauv Foiiks Oberlin. 

E. Ii.A iM.Hi. - KuKjrles. 

Fanmk V. Ford Peoria. 111. 

Fi^iOKENCE Foiu> Galva, 111. 

Jkn.mk Fonu Galva, 111. 

Fra.nces a. FRENdi Oberlin. 

Mattie H. Fkv Kenton. 

Mary C. Gasto-n Oberlin. 

Mattie A. Gkriusm Oberlin. 

Ida a. Gibus Oberlin. 

KiTTiE G. Gilbert New York. 

Em.a .). GiU'UKiST Oberlin. 

Ha.nnah C. Grah\m Cleveland. 

A.NNA H. Graves Germansville. 

M. Ella Griswolu Kinsman. 

Minnie A. Griswold Kinsman. 

I)Er,i A H.\{;k ETT Sheffield. 

Alice Hadden Euclid. 

Emma C. n.\LL Hudson. 

Sophie M. II a i,l Oberlin. 

EuRiE J. Hamilton Clarksburg, Ind. 

Nellie Hanson Oberlin. 

Anoie K. Hatch Lisle, 111. 

Lizzie F. Hayes , Chetoba, Kan. 

Jennie Henry Oberlin. 

Ella J. Heitsted Norwalk. 

Frances Hiolky St. Clair, Mich. 

UosA P. HoLURooK Pittsfleld. 

Adra Holmes Mt. Vernou. 

Sdsie Holt Meadville, Pa. 

A 1,1,1 E How A Id) Rock Creek. 

Flora J. Hovt Oberlin. 

Nettie E. Hi'.nt Dundee, III. 

Jennie Huntley Oberlin. 

AoDii; HuTcniN<JS Oberlin. 

LiLLiE Hutch iNos Oberlin. 

Emma W. Jackson Oberlin. 

Prucilla Jackson Oberlin. 

Fannie M. Keep Oberlin. 

Emma Kelsey Twinsbur«. 



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NAMES. RESIDEN'CES. 

S. KixGORE Oberlin. 

Mary M. Kinney ...Oberlin. 

Eva a. Lano Wellington. 

Lucy Lathblky New Lyme. 

Sakah Lindsay ...Perrysburg, N. Y. 

Kate A. L(Jkd Olivet, Mich. 

Helen F. Loveland _ Oberlin. 

Clara S. Ludlow Knoxville, Tenn. 

Clara Estelle Luellen Westfleld. 

Nellie M. Mackintosh Erie, Pa. 

Mary Manley. Oberlin. 

Rebecca Massey Oberlin. 

Agnes McBride _ Berea. 

jEfts'NiE McCray Oberlin. 

E. M. McDonald Newton Falls. 

Mary E. McDowell. _ Oberlin. 

Alice E. Mead Oberlin. 

Nellie A. Merriam La Grange. 

LiBBiE S. Mills. _ Elyria. 

Mary Miller... Fostoria. 

Ada E. Mitchell ..North Ridgeville. 

Mary C. Monroe Oberli u . 

SA.M.A.NTHA MooRK .Pekin, N. Y. 

M.4RIA B. Morgan Brooklyn. 

JosiE Needham Lexington. 

Oleatha Neely Findlay. 

Cretie Nelson Elyria. 

LONA L. Nichols Keene, N. H. 

Eva Park _ Fairfield. 

Mary G. Parks Huntington. 

Gertie A. Paul Ottawa. 

Nettie T. Pelton _ Cleveland. 

Anna J. Penfield Oberlin. 

Mary C. Penfield Oberlin. 

Sylvia E. Pettibone Bainbridge. 

Cord.\ C. Phillips Eaton. 

Dora Phipps Elyria. 

Addie M. Pickett Nashville, Tenn. 

Olive Pierce. Watseka, 111. 

Jennie Platt Baltimore, Md. 

Anna E. R.a.ndall Sheffield. 

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SAMKS. RESIUKNCKS. 

Laitha E. Kaymdnp GreensbuiK. 

Mauv S. Ua<k North Kidueville. 

Soi'HiA JfKKi) Liverpool. 

I.iz/ii; Ukyxoliks Scott, N. V. 

Adihk Uk k Ripley. 

LucKETiA H. Rice Ripley. 

Je.nnik V. Uini.ou Lawrence, Mich. 

Fix)KA KicHAKUsON Westfleid. 

Mahy B. Roberts Oberlin. 

Ei.i/.A Robinson Elyria. 

Rena a. Robinson Bucyrus. 

Mauy E. Rood Lapier, Mich. 

Amelia J. Royce Oberlin. 

Lucy Ryder Weybridge, Vt. 

Lottie F. Sayre West Liberty. 

Clara A. Saxton La Grange. 

Carrie E. Schneider Royal Oak. 

Ma r y S( 'o field Tredonia, N. Y. 

Elizabeth Seaman Newark, N. J. 

Kate Secord , Chicago, 111. 

LiDA Seymour Oberlin. 

Laura A. Shalpk Waltham, Mass. 

J. Ada ShermAxV National, la. 

Bessie V. Sherwood St. Joseph, Mo. 

Ollie Skeel _ Hennepin, 111. 

Mary S. Smith Alden, la. 

Rose D. Snoddy Westerville. 

Mary Snyder Oberlin. 

Elenora S. Steele Nashville, Tenn. 

Cleora Stolp Aurora, 111. 

Sylvia J. Stone Utica, Mo. 

Alice Stewart Beaver Dam, Wis. 

Mary E. Stewart Gilroy, Cal. 

LiHBiE J. Stephenson ~ Geneva. 

Anna Strawn Odell, 111. 

Mary Strie.iy Newark, N. .1. 

Jennie Sutton Lapier, Mich. 

Eva Swinkorth Sandusky. 

Sabra Talmadoe Fredericktown. 

Neli,jk J. Thompson Camden. 

Viva Tik.mpson Denver, Col. 

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NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Nellie L. Thomas Camden. 

Rosa M. Thomas - Alexandria. 

Mary Thornton Michigan City, Ind. 

Edith Treat - Cleveland. 

LiBBiE B. Turner St. Louis, Mo. 

JosiE Upson - - Tallmadge. 

Theano Wattles Oberlin. 

MONIA Wattles -- Oberlin. 

Hannah Wallace Columbiana. 

Clara Wakeman - Fairfield. 

Amelia White Chicago, 111. 

Sarah J. Wickham — Norwalk. 

Ida May Wilcox Oberlin. 

Amy J. Willcutt Oberlin. 

Etta Willcutt Oberlin. 

Lottie Wilbur Oberlin. 

Sarah A. Williams -..- -- Westfleld. 

IsoRA Winship - Peoria, 111. 

Anna J. Wright - Oberlin. 

KiTTiE E. WOODS- - Pittsburg. 

Mollie B. Woodhull - - Newark, N.J. 

Lucy J. Yeend Claridon. 



Ladies 



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Theological Department 43 

College Department Gentlemen 130 

Ladies 12-142 

Scientific Department 45 

Ladies' Department 159 

Preparatory Department.. Clawfcal Course. .Gentlemen 19(1 

Ladies 3-193 

EngliHh Cottrse... Gentlemen 217 

Ladies 224— 441- 6:34 

Conservatory of Music Gentlemen 37 

Ladies 20;i- 240 

Whole Nimber of Oenti.rmkn 662 

Whole Nimber of Ladies 601 

Totai 12&3 

Deduct for those reckoned tu ice 92 

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THEOLOGICAL DEPARTMENT. 



The conditions of admission to the THEOiiOGiCAL Department are hopeful 
piety, and a Collegiate education, or its equivalent. Applicants are expected to 
bring a certificate of membership in some evangelical church. Students from 
other Theological Seminaries are admitted ad eundem, on presenting a regular 
dismission ; and persons may be admitted to advanced standing in any of the 
classes on satisfactory examination in the studies already pursued. 

The Terms and Vacations are the same in all Departments of the Institution, 
and will be found in the Calendar. 

Students in Theology incur no expense for tuition, for the use of the librarj% 
or of public rooms, or for any incidental purposes. Other expenses vrill vary 
according to the personal habits and tastes of each Student. 

Aid is afforded by the American and the Ohio Educational Societies. The 
Seminary has also a special fund for the aid of Students, from which several 
may receive a partial support. 

The Preparatory Department furnishes opportunity for teaching, at reasonable 
compensation. Assistance may also be derived to some extent from the supply 
of vacant pulpits in the vicinity. With reasonable prudence and economy any 
Student may pursue his course without serious interruption or embarrassment. 

The Regular Course in this Seminary occupies three years, and embraces 
the following distinct departments: 1. Philology and Exegesis. 2. Biblical 
Theologj-. 3. Systematic Theologj*. 4. Church Histor}^ 5. Apologetics. 6. Hom- 
iletics. 7. Pastoral Theology. These departments are distributed through the 
course in the following order: 

JUNIOR YEAR. 

First Term Hebrew''— Grammar and Exercises. 

Chreek — The Gospels in Harmony. 

History — Biblical Antiquities and Geography. 
Second Term Hebrew — Exegesis of the flistorical Books of the Old Testament. 

Greek— The Gospels and the Acts. 

Bihlical Theology — TheoIog>' of the Pentateuch and Job. 

Systematic Theology — Natural Theology. 

Third Term Crreek — Exegesis of the Epistles. 

Hebrew — Exegesis of Selections from the Psalms and Prophets. 
Homiletics — Courses and Methods of Reading and Rhetorical Study. 
History — Historj' of the Jewish Church. 

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M 1 DDLE YEAR. 

KlKM Tkkm ^■J/'^U i(i<(7 ic T/l(i//()(/j/- Doctrines of Revealed Religion. 

HomiMi€)t—Ana\yf.'\s and Critical Study of the best Specimens of Secular 

and Sacred Oratory. 
Ueltrerv — Exegesis of .Selections from the Old Testament. 

SBto.Mi Tkkm HiMo1^| — History of the .Ancient Church. 

BHiUvnl Theologu— Theology of the Epistles. 

77o/;ii7.fhV.s— Structure of the Sermon ; Criticism of Original Plans. 
TiiiKi) Tekm SyntcmatiC T/ieototfl/— Doctrines of Revealed Religion. 

Hebrew — Exegesis of Selections from the Old Testament. 

Hiiftory — Historj' of the Mediaeval Church. 

SENIOR YEAR. 

FiKsT Tkk.m Hisforj/— History of the Modern Church; Survey of the Religious Sects 

of the United States. 
HOHlWeMf*— Study of Pulpit Models; Preparation and Delivery of 

Unwritten Sermons. 
Bihlwal Theology — Progress of Doctrine in the Two Dispensations. 
Pantoral Theology — The Conduct of Pastoral Work. 

Second Tekm HomUetiCS — Expository Preaching; Sources of Pulpit Power; Written 

and Unwritten Sermons Criticised. 
Apologetics — Modern Forms of Skepticism. 
History — Historj' of Christian Doctrine. 
Greek — Exegesis of Selections from the New Testament. 

Third Term Pastoral Theology — Relations of Pastors and Peoples; Prayer Meetings ; 

Revivals. 
History — Positive Institutions ; Survey of the Religions of Heathen 

Lands. 
Greek — Exegesis of Selections from the New Testament. 

Rhetorical, Exercises, consisting of the reading of original essays, the 
delivery of original addresses written and unwritten, and the extemporaneous 
discussion of questions, occur weekly, in which the members of all the classes 
participjite in succession. Special prominence is given to extemporaneous 
speaking, or the delivery of thoughts prepared but not written and committed 
to memory. In addition to this, the several classes receive special training in 
Elocution, including lessons in the Development of the Voice and in expression. 



SPECIAL COURSES. 

These are designed for such as have not had the advantage of a classical 
education, and for good reasons can not acquire it, and yet are plainly called 
to the work of the ministry. For this class of Students, various as they always 
will be in the character of their previous preparation, it is evident that no single 
course can be definitely shaped. Each candidate for this department of study 
is examined with reference to his past acquisitions and present needs, and such 

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a course is prescribed as best meets his particular case. Branches which he 
needs to pursue, belonging to the College courses, he is permitted to pursue 
with College classes and under the care of the College Professors. Every 
recitation room in the entire Institution is open (without charge for tuition) to 
such Students, and any branch of study in which they need instruction may 
be pursued — not by themselves with occasional assistance from a Professor, but 
in stimulating contact with large and enthusiastic classes. Thus they have the 
best possible advantages without adding to the burdens of the Theological 
Faculty. They may profitably attend all the lectures of the Seminary except 
those in Hebrew and Greek Philology. Those whose previous education qualifies 
them to pursue with profit and success the Regular Course (with the above 
exception,) after devoting tliree full years to Theological Studies:, will be permitted 
to graduate with the Students of the Regular Course. While pursuing their 
studies they will be regarded as members of the classes with which they meet 
in the Lecture Room, being designated only by the separate position of their 
names in the annual catalogue. Those who pursue tico fuU years of Theological 
study will be entitled to a certificate which designates them as Special Course 
Graduates. 



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COLLEGE DEPARTMENT. 



Candid.^tes for adnilssiDn to the Freshman Class are examined in the common 
Eiitrlisli Rrnnches; the Gramniiir of the Latin and Oreelv Languages; Caesar, one 
Hook: Salliist's Catiline : four of Cicero's Select Orations; Virgil's ^Eneid, five 
Hooks; Harkness' Latin Prose Composition, Parts First and Second; Xenophon's 
Anabasis, three Hooks; Homer's Iliad, two Hooks; Algebra to Ratio; Plane 
Geometry; Ancient History; Englisli Analysis; History of the United States; 
and Alden's Science of Government. 

Candidates for a higher standing are examined in the same, and also in the 
studies previously pursued by the class to which tliey desire admission. 

No admission to the Senior Class is allowed later than the beginning of the 
second term. 

FKESHM AN CLASS. 



KiKST Ter.m. . 




I^oomis. 
Robbins. 




Memorabili.-i, .... 




I'ivy, 


Chase and Stuart 


Second Thkm.. 


..Geometry, .... 


Loomis. 




Conic Sections, .... 


Loomis. 




Greelc Prose Composition, 


.'\rnold. 




Cicero — De Amicitia et De Senectutc. 






Roman .Antiquities, 


Smitli. 


Third Tkkm... 


..Plane and Splierical Trigonometry-, . 
Thucydides. 


Loomis. 




Horace, . . 


Cliase and Stuuit 




Mythology-. 





SOPHOMORE CLASS. 

First Term Thucydides. 

Letters of Pliny tile Younger. 

Analytical Geometry, 

Calculus, ..... 

Second Term Mechanics and Hydrostatics, 

Odyssey. 

Botany, ..... 

German, ..... 

Third Term Greek Tragedy. 

Botany, .... 

Evidences of Christianity, 

German, .... 

JUNIOR CLASS 

First Term Natural Philosophy. 

Logic, . . _ _ 

German, .... 

Juvenal, 



Loomis. 
Loomis. 

Olmsted. 

Gray. 
Whitney. 

G ray . 

Hopkins. 

Whitney. 



Olmsted. 
Jevon. 
Whitney. 
Escott. 



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Secont) Term.. 



Third Term. 



..Demosthenes. 

Chemistry — Lectures. 

Art of Discourse, 

Tacitus, 

Roman Literature. 
. -Zoology — Lectures. 

Astronomy, 

Chemistry (Review). 

T.icitus, 

Roman Literature. 



Day. 
Tyler. 



Olmsted. 
Tyler. 



SENIOR CLASS. 



First Term Mental Philosophy, 

Plato, 

Greek Testament. 

Phys iology — Lee t u res. 

Elocution. 

Second Term Mental Philosophy — Lectures. 

English Literature. 
History- -Lectures. 
Lectures in Art. 
Butler's Analogy. 
Political Economy, 

Third Term Geologj' — Lectures. 

Moral Philosophy, 
Political Economy, 
Elocution. 



Porter. 
Woolsey. 



Shaw. 



Mill. 

Fairchild. 
Mill. 



Lessons in English Bible, Compositions, Declamations, and Extemporaneous 
Di.scussions, weelily, and public original Declamations, monthly, throughout the 
Course. 



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SCIENTIFIC DEPARTMENT. 



Candidates for admission to the Fresliinan Class must sustain a satisfactory 
exaniiiiiition in Entrlisli Graniniar and Analysis; Arithmetic; Algebra to Ratio; 
Plane (ieometry; Latin (iranunar and Latin Header through Fables; History of 
the United States ; and Geography. 

Candidates for a higher standing are examined in the same, and also in the 
studies previously pursued by the class to which they desire admission. 



FRESHMAN CLASS. 

First Ferm Algebra completed, 

Latin Reader completed, 

Latin Prose Composition to Part II, 

Book-Keeping. 

SF-CONp Term Caesar, ..... 

Latin Prose Composition to Lesson 54, . 
Geometry- completed, Cnnic Sections, 
Physical Geography. 

Third Term History of Rome, .... 

Cicero's Orations, . . . , 

Latin Prose Composition to Lesson 68, , 



Loo mis. 

Harkness. 

Harkness. 

Chase and Stuart. 
Harkness. 

Loomis. 

Smith. 

Chase and Stuart. 

Harkness, 



Plane and Spherical Trigonometry and Surveying, Loomis. 



First Term. 



SOPHOMORE CLASS. 

.Analytical Geometrj', and Calculus, 
Virgil, --.... 
History of Greece, 

Second Term Mechanics and Hydrostatics, . , 

Science of Government, . . . 

Botany, ..... 

French. 

.Evidences of Christianity, 
Botany, ..... 

Civil Engineering and Navigation. 
French. 



Third Term.. 



JUNIOR CLASS. 



First Term. 



.Natural Philosophy, 
Logic, 
German, 

Skoonh Term Chemistry— Lectures. 

Art of Discourse, 
German, Wilhelm Tell. 
Analysis of English Classics. 



Loomis. 

Chase and Stuart. 

Smith. 

Olmsted. 

Alden. 

Gray. 

Hopkins. 
Gray. 



Olmsted. 

Jevon. 

Otto. 

Day. 



SB 



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Tnu;i) Tkum Zoolos^' — Lectures. 

Astronomy, ..... Olmsted. 

Paley's Theolo.tr\'- 
Chemistry — Review . 

SENIOR CLASS. 

f'lRsr Ti'.RM Mental Philosophy, .... Porter. 

History of Civilization, . . . Guixot. 

Physiology — Lectures. 

Elocution. 
SFCovn Tf.rm Mental Philosophy — Lectures. 

Butler's Analogy. 

History- — Lectures. 

English Literature, .... Shaw. 

Lectures on Art. 

Political Economy, .... Mill. 

Vhird I'pkM ..Moral Philosophy, .... Fairchild. 

Geology — Lectures. 

Political Economy, . . . . Mill. 

Elocution. 

Lessons in English Bible. Compositions, Declamations, and Extemporaneous 
Discussions, weekly, throujrliout the Course, and public, orlftinal Declamations, 
monthly, during the last two years. 



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Oberlin College. 



PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT. 



The PicKPAiiATOuY DtPAnTMENX is under the same general supervision with 
the other Deiiartincnts, and under the immediate direction and management of 
tlie rriiiciital. The inenil>ers of this Department are sul).ject to the same regu- 
lations as the students in tlie College. It is especially designed to prepare 
>tu<lent9 for the College or Scientific Department; but it is also adapted to meet 
the wants of those who require a good English education for teaching Common 
Schools, or for general business. All the branches are taught in this Depart- 
ment, usually taught in High Schools and Academies. No student-s are admitted 
who have not advanced as far as Fractions in Arithmetic. 

The Senior Preparatory Class is taught by members of the Faculty; the 
<ither classes by teachers selected from the Theological and higher College 
Classes. About forty students are thus employed. 

.\ large portion of the Preparatory students are school teachers, or preparing 
to teach. The average age of the students in the Department is between 
nineteen and twenty years. 



CLASSICAL COURSE. 

To enter on this course, students will be examined in English Grammar 
through Syntax. Arithmetic through Percentage, and the Elements of Geogra- 
phy. Candidates for a higher standing will be examined in the studies previously 
pursued bv the class to which they desire admission. 



J UNIOU CLASS. 

First Term L.itin Grammar and Reader commenced, 

Knglish Grammar, 

Geography, . . . , 

Second Term Latin Reader, 

Knglish .Analysis, 

Arithmetic, .... 

Third Term Latin Reader completed, 

Latin Prose Composition to Part II, 

United States History. 

Elocution, .... 

MIDDLE CLASS. 

First Tkrm Caesar, one Book, 

Latin Prose Composition to Lesson 54, 
Greek Grammar, 
Science of Government, 



Harkness. 

Bullion. 

Guyot. 

Harkness. 

Greene. 

Ray or Stoddard. 

Harkness. 

Harkness. 

National Fifth Reader. 



Chase and Stuart. 
Harkness. 
H.-idley. 
Alden. 



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Second Term Cicero, two Orations, 

Latin Prose Composition to Lesson 68, 
Greek, Grammar and Anabasis, ^ 

Historj' of Rome, 

Third Term Cicero, two Orations, 

Latin Prose Composition to Part III, 
Anabasis, .... 

History of Greece, 

SENIOR CLASS 

First Term Virgil, two Books, 

Anabasis, .... 

Algebra, .... 

Second Term Virgil, three Books, 

Anabasis, completed. 

Algebra to Ratio. 
Third Term Sallust, Conspiracy of Catiline, 

Homer — Iliad, two Books, 

Plane Geometry, 



Chase and Stuart. 

Harkness. 

Boise. 

Smith. 

Chase and Stuart. 

Harkness. 

Boise. 

Smith. 



Chase and Stuart. 

Boise. 

Loomis' Treatise. 

Chase and Stuart. 

Boise. 

Loomis' Treatise. 

Chase and Stuart. 

Boise. 

Loomis. 



Other text books than those specified are not allowed in the recitation room. 



ENGLISH C0UE8E. 

Classes are ornanized every term in the following studies : 

.Arithmetic — Ray's Third Part, two classes ; Ray's Higher, two classes ; 

Stoddard's complete. 
Grammar — Bullion's, three classes ; Greene's Analysis. 
Geogr.\phy — Guyot's, two classes. 

Elocution and Reading — National Fifth Reader, two classes. 
Orthography and Spelling. 

Algebra — Loomis' Treatise, two classes ; Loomis' Elements, two classes. 
Geometry — Loomis', two classes. 
qu.'vckenboss' natural philosophy. 
Dai.ton's Physiolog\ . 
Latin — First three terms, and Ca;sar. 

The following classes are organized in the Terms named : 

Alden's Science of Government, . . . Fall and Spring, 

Smith's History of Rome, .... Spring and Summer. 

Smith's History of Greece, .... Fall and Summer. 

Anderson's History of the United States, . Spring and Summer, 

Elements of Book-Keeping, ...... Fall. 

Physical Geography, ...... Spring. 

Trigonometry and Surveying, .... Summer. 

Biblical Antiquities, ...... F.all. 

Lessons in the English Bible and Rhetorical Exercises weekly for all the 
students in the Preparatory Department. 



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LADIES' DEPARTMENT. 



Tilt Lakies' Dkpahtment Is under the iiiunediate direction of the Principal 
and the Assistant Principal, and the general supervision of the Ladies' Board of 
.Maiiat;ers and Faculty. 

The Course of Study Is deslRned to give ladies facilities for thorough mental 
discipline, and the special training,' which will (jualify them for teaching and the 
other duties of their sphere. Tlie advanced classes are taught by the Professors, 
and recite with the College classes where their studies are the same. The lower 
classes are taught a-s the classes in the Preparatory Department, with which 
iliey usually recite. 

Ladles wlio apply for admission to the First Vear are examined in English 
Graininar and Analysis; Arithmeti<-; Algebra to Ratio; Latin Grammar and 
Latin Header through the Fables ; History of tlie United States, and Geography. 

Ladles wishing to enter advanced classes will be examined in the previous 
studies of the Course, or |)resent other evidence to the teacher of each study 
tliat they liave pursued it elsewhere. 

FIRST V K A U . 

KiRsi Tkrm Algebra completed, .... Loomis. 

Latin Reader completed, . . . Harkness. 

Latin Prose Composition to Part II, . . Harkness. 

liiblical Antiijuities, .... Nevin. 

Linear Drawing;. 

Seco.\U Tkrm Plane Geometry, .... Lnoniis. 

Ca:sar, ...... Chase and Stuart. 

Latin Prose Composition to Lesson 54, . . Harkness. 

Physical Geography. 

'riiiRb Tkrm Geometry completed. Conic Sections, . Loomis. 

Cicero's Orations, .... Chase and St\iari. 

Latin Prose Composition to Lesson 68. . Harkness. 

History of Rome, .... Smith. 

SECOND V E A U . 

Kii.-sr Ifkm Plane and Spherical 'IVijjon.inic-lry. . Loomis. 

■*^^""'*'' ...... Chase and Smart. 

History of Greece, .... Smiih. 

Secovd Tkhm Botany, ...... (Jray. 

Science of Government, . .A.lden. 

Mechanics and Hydrostatics, . . Olmsteii. 

French. 

TiUKf. Tkrm Itotany, • • . . . Grav 

Kvidcnces of Christianity. . . . Hopkins. 

"^'^- • ■ ■ . . Chase and Stuart. 





Oberlin College. 


THIRD YEAR. 


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F^iRST Term. Natural Philosophy, .... Olmsted. 




Logic, ...... Jevon. 




C.erman, ...... <~)tto. 




Seconh Tek.m Chemistry — Lectures. 




Art of Discourse, .... Day. 




German, Wilhelm Tell. 




Third Term Zoology — Lectures. 




.\stron<*my, ..... Olmsted. 




Paley's Natural Theology. 




Chemistry — Review. 




FOURTH YEAR. 




First Ter.m Mental Philosophy, .... Porter. 




Physiology — Lectures. 




History of Civilization, . . . .• Guizot. 




Second Term Mental Philosophy — Lectures. 




English Literature, .... Shaw. 




Hutler's Analogy. 




Political Economy, .... Mill. 




History — Lectures. 




Lectures in Art. 




Third Term Moral Philosophy, .... Fairchild. 




Political Economy, .... Mill. 




Geology — Lectures. 




Lessons in English Bible, and Exercises in Reading and Compositinn. 


weelily 


throughout the Course. 




PREP A H ATORY ( 'OURSK. 




Ray's and Stoddard's Practical Arithmetic. Orthography. 




English Grammar. Reading. 




Elocution. Harkness' Latin Grammar. 




Modern Geography. Algebra (to Ratiol. 




History of the United States. 

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In the TiiKOLOfiiCAi, Dki'AUTment Lectures are Kiveii on the subjects of the 

Course to all the classes throughout the year. 

In the C<ii,i,KOE, Scientific and Ladies' Departments as follows: 

FlKST Tkkm. — Physiology; the I'lieoiy and Practice of Teaching ; Natural Philosophy — Pneu- 
matics, Acoustics, Electricity, Magnetism and Optics, and Meteorology. 

Sf.com) Term. — Mental Philosophy; Butler's Analogy; History; Chemistry; Zoology; 
Geology ; Fine .Arts ; Natural Philosophy — Mechanics and Hydrostatics. 

TuiRt) Tkkm.— Moral Philosophy; (leology; Zoology; Political F.conomy ; .\ncient Litera- 
ture, 

Practical Lectures on General Habits, Methods of Study, and other important 
subjects, are delivered once in tw(» weeks to the ladies, by the Principal of the 
Ladies' Department, and to the young men of the Preparatory Department by 
the Principal of that Department. 



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DEGREES AXD DIPLOMAS. 

The degree of Bacheu)R of Arts is conferred upon the graduates of the 
College Department, and that of Bachelor of Science upon the graduates of 
the Sclentiflc Department. 

The degree of Master of Arts, or Master of Science, is conferred upon 
any Bachelor of three or more years' standing, who has been engaged in 
literary or scientific pursuits, and has sustained a good moral character. 

A Diploma, certifying the successful completion of the prescribed course of 
study, is given to each graduate of the Theological Department, and also to each 
graduate of the Ladies' Department. 

EXAMINATIONS. 

At the close of each Term the Classes are examined in the studies of that 
Term ; and at the end of the year there are general examinations in all 
departments. 

Every recitation and examination is marked, and a record is kept hy the 
Faculty of the attainments of each student, and also of his delinquencies. 
Information concerning his progress and deportment is, when requested, commu- 
nicated to the parent or guardian. 

RELIGIOUS EXERCISES. 

jMI students are required to attend Church twice on the Sabbath, and the 
weekly religious Lecture on Thursday. 

They are also required to attend Daily Prayers in the evening at the Chapel, 
and in the morning in the families in which they board. Every class has a 
weekly exercise in the English Bible, which all are required to attend. 

There is a weekly Prayer Meeting on Monday evening, for all young people, 
conducted by the students ; and a weekly Prayer Meeting for each Class, 
conducted by one of the teachers. 

LIBRARY, APPARATUS AXD CABINET. 

The Libraries connected with the College number about eleven thousand 
volumes. 

The Apparatus, in the Departments of Natural Philosophy and Chemistry, 
is sufficient for all reasonable demands ; and the Cabinets in Geology and Natural 
History are well supplied. 

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lAci I.I Ti i:s Ko i{ sK L F-sr ppo irr. 

Tlic (^ollPiie doo8 not pledee itself to futnish niMiuial lal)i>r to tlie students. 
DiUcoiit and faithful yoiiiis; men <an find employment, with satisfactory com- 
pcnsntion. In the vlllaire. A few are employed in the care of the College 
hiilldlnjr^, preparing fuel, etc. About forty students in the higher classes, gen- 
tlemen and ladles, are employed as assistant teae'hers. 

The long Winter vacation afl'ords opportunity, to those who are qualifled, to 
engage In teaching schools abroad. The call for teachers is equal to the supply. 



RK(i r L.\'r IONS. 

The Kegulations of the Institution are few and simple, appealing to the 
student's self-respect and personal responsibility. He is re(|uired to abstain from 
the use of Tobacco and Intoxicating Drinks, from Sedentary Games of Chance 
or Skill, and from connection with any Secret Society. No student is permitted 
to visit one of the other sex at a private room, except by special permission in 
case of severe sickness. 

WINTER SCHOOL. 

During tlie Winter vacation a school is taught in the College building, under 
the superintendence of members of the Faculty, in which classes are formed 
in all the studies of the Preparatory Department, and in any College study 
when a sufficient number wish to pursue it to form a cla.ss. This school opens 
the week following the cIo.se of the Fall Term. 



LADIES" I) E P A l{ T M E N T . 

Ladies from abroad desiring admission to the Ladies' Hall, should make 
previous applicaHon in writing, certifying their age, state of health, character, 
l)resent attainments, and the time they propose to continue here. Those who 
are admitted will be duly apprized of their admission. 

r,adles are re(|ulred to be in their rooms after eight o'clock in the evening 
during the Summer months, and after half-past seven during the Winter 
months. 

Every lady is re<|uired to present, once in two weeks, a written report of 
her (.bservance, and her failures in the observance, of the regulations of the 
Department, signed by the matron of the family in which she boards. 

These rei)..rts, together with the marks of her recitation, are recorded by 
the Principal, and are oj.en at all times for the inspection of the Faculty, the 
Ividles' Board, and all friends interested. 

AD.MISSION AND EXPENSES. 

Candidates for admission to any of the Departments must bring testimonials 
of good character: and those c ing from other Institutions must bring a certifi- 
cate of hohnrable dismission. 

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The student in every department pursues his studies in his private room, and 
meets with his class in the public room for recitation. No arrangement is made 
for those who have not sufficient maturity and self-control to study profitably 
under these conditions. It is not a school for children. 

None are admitted to full membership until they have honorably passed a 
probation of six months. None will be received under sixteen years of age, unless 
committed to the care of some approved resident of the place ; nor any under 
fourteen, except by special arrangement with the Faculty. 

Boom rent in the Ladies' Hall is $10 a term for each occupant, including lights 
and the privileges of the house. Each room is Intended for two ladies, and is 
provided with carpets and other necessary furniture, including straw bed. All 
other articles of bedding will be furnished by the occupants ; also, lamps and 
tal)le napkins. No room will be considered engaged for any term unless two 
dollars are paid ou the rent, which sum will be forfeited if the room is not tal^en, 
unless written notice to that effect is given to the Treasurer at least one week 
before the opening of the term. 

Fuel is furnislied as required, the charge being according to the amount 
consumed. 

Room rent in the other College buildings is $3.50 per term ; each room is fur- 
nished with a stove only. 

The price of board will vary with the cost of provisions. At present, board in 
the Ladies' Hall is $2.60 per week ; in private families, including room furnished, 
is from $3 to $4 per week ; fuel and lights extra. 

The Treasurer's bills are payable at the beginning of each term ; board in the 
Ladies' Hall, each half term in advance. 

The following may be considered as a near estimate of the necessary expenses 
for a term of twelve weeks, in any department except the Theological, in which 
there is no charge for tuition, incidentals, room rent, or use of Library. 

Tuition, or rent of Scholarship $ 3 00 $ 3 00 

Incidentals 2 65 2 65 

Library' Fee 35 35 

Bo.-ird, $3 25to$3 00per«eelc 27 00 to .36 00 

Room Rent 2 .50 to 10 00 

Lights and Washing 5 00 to 8 00 

liooks and Stationer)' 4 50 to 7 00 

Fuel, Fall and Spring 3 00 to 6 00 

$48 00 $73 00 

EXTRA CHARGES. 

Piano, two lessons per week $12 00 

Organ, two lessons per week 12 00 

Harmony, two lessons per week 5 00 

Cultivation of the Voice 12 00 

Use of Instrument, one hour per day,. , 2 00 — 3 00 

Oil Painting, with use of Models, thirty lessons 10 00 

Water Colors _ 6 00 

Crayon Drawing, fifty Lessons 7 00 

Perspective Drawing 6 00 

Use of Musical Library' 2 00 

Thorough instruction in Vocal Music is free to all. 

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SITUATION. 

Oberlin 1« easily accessible from all parts of the country', being situated on the 
I.nke Short' and Michigan Soutliern Railway, an hour's ride from Cleveland. The 
Tillage, of over three thousand inhabitants, has frrown up with the College, and is 
sluKularly free from the temptations and dangers often surrounding colleges. 

Letters of ln<iuiry may be addressed to the President, J. H. Fairchild ; to the 
Principal of the Prcparatorj- Department, K. T. Choss; to the Principal of the | 

I^adles' Department, Mrs. A. A. F. Johnston ; or to the Secretary and Treasurer, 
Georgk Kinney. 

CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC. 

ThiifDUch and practical instruction in Cultivation of the Voice, Piano-Forte, 
Ortran, Harmony, and Choral Sitifjinp, will be {riven, for all of which the services 
of experienced and able teachers have been secured. 

The classes in Choral Sinpinp are free to all members of the Institution. 

Weekly rehearsals are given, at wliicrh pupils who are competent are expected 
to perform. 

Pupils must furiiisti or rent tlieir instruments for practice. Pianos can always 
be rented In the village at reasonable rates. 

Students in other depannients. taking lessons in music, are required to make 
their arrangements witli the Professor of Music. 

Catalogues, containing full particulars concerning this department, can be 
olitained by addressing Conservatory of Music, Oberlin, Ohio. 



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af College ^Ia$j$e$ for ml\ %m\\. 



Fall Term, 1872 



Monday, 



j Fresh. . 

( Soph. . . 



Rhetorical Exercises 9 — 11 

Rhetorical Exercises 10 — 12 



Junior !<.. 

Senkrrs . - 



Rhetorical Exercises 2 — 4 

Rhetorical Exercises 1 — 3 



Hoik. 



Tuesday, 
Wednes. 
Thurs. 
Friday, . 



8-9 



Mathematics-. 



Soph.. 

Juniors 

Seniors. 

,Ladies. Physiology. 



1 Fresh. . 
Soph... 
Juniors 
Senicyrs 
Ladies. 



Bible Class 

Elocution 

Elocution, 4 p. M. 
Elocution 



9—10 

Mathematics 

Latin 

Ger. 6w. Lat. 6w. 

Greek 

Guizot German. 

Mathematics 

Latin 

Germ.6w. Latin. 

Greek 

Guizot German. 



10-11 


11-12 


Latin 

Greek 


Greek 


Logic 

Physiology 


Nat. Philosophy.. 
Men. Philosophy. 






Latin 


Bible 




Bible Class 

Bible Class 


Nat. Philosophy.. 
Men. Philosophy. 



Spring Term, I 873 



Monday, 



\ Fresh. 
'{Soph.. 



.[Rhetorical Exercises.. 
. I Rhetorical Exercises.. 



. 9-11 
.10-12 



Junixyrs 
■Seniors 



.Rhetorical Exercises 2 — 4 

.Rhetorical Exercises 1—3 



Hour. 



TUESD.^Y,1 ff^^^'' 

^orHff;. I Seniors Butler 9w. Pol. Ec. 
i? RID AY, J [j^d^ies 



8-9 



f Fresh. . 
J Soph 



Saturday, i Juniors Elocut'n Fri.&Sat. 

Seniors Bible Class. 

ILadieS. Elocution 



9-10 



Latin ... 
German . 
Greek... 



German. French 



Bible Class 

German 

Bible Class 

Eloc. Fri. & Sat. 



10—11 



11-12 



Greek Mathematics 

Mechanics Greek 8w. Botany. 

Chemistry Rhetor. 8w. Latin. 

Men. Ph.6w. E. Lit. Hist. Art. Nat. S. 



Greek 

Mechanics 

Chemistry 

Men. Ph.6w. E. Lit. 



Mathematics 

Bible Class ... 

Rhetor. 8w. Latin. 
History 



Summer Term, 1873. 



Tui^^T^.^ \ Fresh. . Rhetorical Exercises 9 — 11 

MONDAY, ]Soph... Rhetorical Exercises. ...10-12 



Hour. 



Tuesday, 1 
Wednes. I 
Thurs. 
Friday, 



Juniors.. 



Rhetorical Exercises 2 — 4 



8-9 



9—10 



Fresh.. Greek.. Latin . 

Soph - Greek . 

Juniors Astronomy ' 

i Seniors | Moral Philos. 

I Ladies. French. 



Saturday, 



Fresh. . 
Soph. . . 
Juniors 
Seniors 
Ladies. 



Bible Class. 



Astronomy 

Elocut'n Fri. & Sat. 
Elocution 



Latin 

Greek 

Eloc. Fri. ft Sat. 
Bible Class 



10—11 



I 



11-12 



Bot. 3w. Eviden's. 



Mathematics 

German 

Lat. 8w. Chemistry. Natural Science . 
Political Economy.. [Natural Science .. 
Paley 8w. Chemistry | 



Mathematics 

Bible Class.... 

Lat. 8w. Chemistry. 
Political Economy.. 
Paley 8w. Chemistry 



Bot.Sw. Eviden's. 

Bible Class 

Natural Science.. 



The members of the Scientific Department and of the Ladies' Department recite with the 
College Classes when their studies are the same. 

Instead of the Monday Exercises in the Table, public Rhetorical Exercises, consisting of 
original Orations and Essays from the members of all the College Classes in turn, occur on the 
First Mond.w of each month — during the Fall Term from 3 to 5 i'. M., and during the Spring 
and Summer Terms from 4 to 6 P. M. 

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TERMS AND VACATIONS. 

1872. 

Full Term be^'ins Tuesday, Sept. :!. 

Winter Vacation begins Saturday, Nov. 2S. 

Winter School begins Tuesday, Dec. 3. 

1873. 

Spring Term begins Tuesday, Feb. IS. 

Spring Recess begins Saturday, May 10. 

Summer Term begiii.s Wednesday, May 14. 

Summer Vacation Ijoginia Thursday, Aug. T. 

VM Term begins Tuesday, Sept. 2. 



PUBLIC OCCASIONS. 

1873. 
.Junior Kxhibition Wednesday, May 7. 

-Vnniversary of tlie Tlieological Society Thursday, May 8. 

Inion Exhibition of the College Societies Friday, May 9. 

.\nnlversary of the Ladies' Literary Society Wednesday, July Iti. 

.\nnivcrsary of the -Elioian Society Wednesday, July 23. 

Kxliibltioti of the Senit)r Preparatory Class Wednesday, July 30. 

Kxhibition of the Conservatory of Music Thursday, July 31. 

.\niiiversary of the Phi Delta Society Friday, Aug. 1. 

Aiuiiversary of the Alpha Zeta Society Saturday, Aug. 2. 

Baccalaureate Sermon Sunday, Aug. 3. 

.\ddress before the Missionary Society Sunday, Aug. 3. 

Anniversary of the Phi Kappa Pi Society Monday, Aug. 4. 

Address before the College Societies Monday, Aug. 4. 

Conclo ad Clerum Tuesday, Aug. 5. 

Anniversary Exercises of the Ladies' Department Tuesday, Aug. 5. 

Address before the Society of AlMinni Tuesday, Aug. 5. 

Commencement Wednesday, Aug. 6. 

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COLLEGE YEAR 1873-'74. 



CLEVELAND: 

PRESS OF FAIRBANKS, BENEDICT & CO., HERALD OFFICE. 
1873. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



Rev. JAMES H. FAIRCHILD, PRESIDENT. 

FRANCIS D. PARISH Sandusky. 

SAMUEL D. PORTER. Rochester, N. Y. 

Rev. MICHAEL E. STSIEBY Newark, N. J. 

URIAH THOMPSON Oberlin. 

Rev. HENRY COWLES Oberlin. 

JACEZ W. MERRILL.. Oberlin. 

Rev. WILLIAM B. BKOWN Newark, N. J. 

Rkv. SAMUEL WOLCOTT Cleveland. 

A. B. NETTLETON Philadelphia, Pa. 

Rev. E. B. FAIRFIKL.J Mansfield. 

Rev. WOLCOTT B. WILLIAMS Charlotte, Mich. 

SETH H. SHELDON Cleveland. 



§[orres^ondtnij ^^ embers of ihe ^lumni. 



Rev. CALEB E. FISHER Lawrence, Mass. 

Bfiv. WILLIAM KINCAID.. Leavenworth, Kan. 

JAMES B. T MARSH Chicago, III. 

Hon. JAMES MONROE Oberlin. 

LUCIAN C. WARNER, M. D... New York City. 



jjrudcutidi Committee 



Pres. J. H. FAIRCHILD. Rev HENRY COWLES. JABEZ W. MERRILL. 

Prof. JOHN M. ELLIS. 
URIAH THOMPSON. GEORGE KINNEY. HIRAM HULBURD. 



GEORGE KINNEY, Secretary and Treasurer. 
Prof. G. W. SHURTLEFF, Agent 



FACULTY 



Rev. JAMKS H. FAIUCHILD, President, 
prokkssor of tiieolociv, and avekv professor of moral philosophy. 

liEV. CIlAltLES G. FINNEY, 

PROFESSOR OI- I'ASTOUAL THEOLOGY. 

Kev. JOHN MORGAN, 

PROFESSOR OF NEW TESTAMENT LITEKATUKE AND BIBLICAL THEOLOGY. 

JAMES DASCt)MB, M. D., 

PROFESSOR OF CHEMISTRY, liOTAN^ AND PHYSIOLOGY, AND LIBRARIAN. 

Rev. JOHN M. ELLIS, 

PROFHSSOK OF MKNTAL PHILOSOPHY AND RHETORIC. 

Kev. CHARLES II. CHURCHILL, 

PROFESSOR OI- MATIIEMAIICS AND NATURAL PHILOSOPHY. 

Rev. JUDSON SMITH, 

PROFKSSOR OF CHL'KCH HISTORY, AND LECTURER ON GENERAL HISTORY. 

GILES W. SHURTLEFF, A. M., 

PROFESSOR OF THE LATIN LANCil'AGE .\ND LITERATURE. 

Rev. ROSELLE T. CROSS, 

PRINCIPAL OF THE PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT. 

Kev. HIKAM MEAD, 

PROFESSOR OF SACRED RHETORIC. 

Kkv. WILLIAM H. RYDER, 

PROFESSOR OF THE GREEK LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE. 



PROFESSOR OF CEOLOCV AND NATURAL HISTORY, AND LECTURER ON RELIGION AND SCIENCE. 

fenelon b. rice, 

PROFESSOR OF MUSIC. 

Rev. ELIJAH P. BARROWS, 

PROFESSOR OF HEBREW AND OLD TESIAMENT LITERATURE. 



Kev. HENKY COWLES, 

lecturer on prophecy. 

Rev. A. HASTINGS ROSS, 

SPECIAL LECTURER ON CHURCH POLITY. 



Rev. WILLIAM W. PATTON, 

LECTURER ON MODERN SKEPTICISM. 

ALMON W. BURR, A. M., 

TUTOR IN LATIN. 

JAMES R. SEVERANCE, A. M., 

INSTKUCTOk IN ELOCUTIDN. 

CHARLES N. JONES, A. B., 

TUTOR IN .MATHEMATICS. 

THEODORE E. BURTON, A. B., 

TUTOR IN GREEK. 

JAMES K. NEWTON, A. M., 

INSTRUCTOR IN GERMAN AND FRENCH. 

SAMUEL S. CRYER, A. B., 

TEACHER OF LATIN. 

AUGUSTUS G. UPTON, A. B., 

TEACHER OF GRAMMAR. 

Prof. EDWARD E. KELSEY, 

TEACHER OF THE PIANO. 

Mrs. a. a. F. JOHNSTON, 

PRINCIPAL OF THE LADIEs' DEPARTMENT. 

Miss HELEN E. MARTIN, 

ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL. 

Mrs. HELEN M. RICE, 

TEACHER OF VOCAL MUSIC. 

Miss L. CELESTIA WATTLES, 

TEACHER OF THE PIANO AND HARMONY. 

Miss CAMILLA M. NETTLETON, 

TEACHER OF VOCAL CULTURE. 

Miss ANNA M, WYETT, 

TEACHER OF DRAWING AND PAINTING. 



Sadies* Bonrd of ^nmQcrs 

Mrs. a. a. P. JOHNSTON. Mrs. MARY L. P. KINNEY. 

Mrs. MARIANNE P. DASCOMB. Mrs. MINERVA E. ELLIS. 

Mrs. REBECCA FINNEY. Mrs. ELIZABETH S. MEAD. 

Mrs. SARAH D. PENFIELD. Mrs. AUGUSTA B. SMITH. 

Mrs. MARY B. SHURTLEFF. 

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FACULTY. 



JAMES H. FAIUCHILD, President. 
CHARLES G. FINNEY. JOHN MORGAN. HIRAM MEAD. 

JUDSON SMITH. ELIJAH P. B ARROWS. 



HENRY COWLES. A. HASTINGS ROSS. WILLIAM W. PATTON. 

JAMES R. SEVERANCE. 



STUDENTS. 



SEN lOR CLASS. 

NAMES. 1. KSIDENCES. KOOMS. 

John Whitman Cowan Wheaton, 111 78 East College st. 

Oberlin College, 1871. 

MoiiiTZ Ernst Eversz Pittsfleld Mr. Eversz's. 

Ripon College, 1871. 

lJAUzn.LAi Meuwav Long Fremont U North Professor st. 

Kdwaud Hvron Payne Wiikenian 20 West College st. 

Iowa College, 

Arthur Tatpan Reed Austinbiirg 16 Forest st. 

Oberlin College, 1870. 



.\.M)iti;w Jamks IIadi.ey Oberlin Mr. Hadley's. 

A. It. Harutijn Hohannesian Aintab, Turkey 83 Tappan Hall. 

Lewis Thomas Mason Oberlin Mr. Mason's. 

JtflliOI'M 8 





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MIDDLE CLASS 




NAMES. 


RilSIDENCES. 


ROOMS. 


Samuel Jackson Beach 


Pittsfleld 


.37 West College st. 


College of the City of New York, 1S7: 






Theodore Elijah Burton...'. . .. 


.Oberlin 


. 5 Elm St. 


Oberlin College, 1872. 






John Morgan Cumings 


.Tabor, Iowa 


. 8 Forest St. 


Oberlin College, 1872. 






Joseph Franklin Gibbs 


. Agawam, Mass 


.37 West College st. 


Westfield Normal School, 1868. 






Albert Leverett Gridley 


.Oberlin 


.19 East Lorain st. 


Oberlin College, 1872. 






Simeon Sanderson Haines 


.Marshfield, Ind 


.59 Tappan Hall. 


Oberlin College, 1872. 






Jonathan Edwards Higgins 


.Spencertown, N. Y.. 


.54 Tappan Hall. 


Eben Leander Hill 


-St. Clair, Mich 


.48 Tappan Hall. 


Michigan University, 1872. 






Brainerd Taylor McClelland 


.Russia ..'. 


.50 Tappan Hall. 


Oberlin College, i86g. 






Stephen Decatur Smith 


.Manchester, Mo 


.37 West College st. 


Hillsdale College. 1872. 






Woodford Demaree Smock 


.Fairfield, Iowa 


.17 West College st. 


Oberlin College, 1872. 






William Drake Westervelt 


..Oberlin 


. 3 South Professor st. 


Oberlin College, 1871. 






Jacob Winslow... 


.Henrietta, N.Y 


-50 North Professor st. 


Oberlin College, 1872. 

Eugene Frederick Atwood.. 

Abraham Augustine Cressman 




35 North Main st. 


Oberlin 


.Rochester, Mich 


.39 West Lorain st. 


Benjamin Franklin Herrick 


.Saybrook 


.27 Tappan Hall. 


Owen Jenkins 


.Plainfleld, N. Y 


.58 Tappan Hall. 


Lindsey Arnold Roberts 


.Knoxville, Tena 


.20 North Main st. 


Delos Adelbert Strong 


.North Adams, Mich. 


. 2 North West st. 


Hillsdale College, 






George John Webster 


.Grand Rapids, Wis.. 


.14 North West st. 


middles 




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JUNIOR CLASS 



NAMPS. RESIDEN'CES. ROOMS. 

James Giuek Uowehsox Fitchville 39 North Main st. 

Oitcrbcin University, 1871. 
IsKAKL FiuowN Wetlrnii, 111 TOTappan Hall. 

Whtatoii College, 1872. 

CHAHi.ES Cole Cheegan Lebanon 33 West College st. 

Lebanon Norni.il School, 1869. 

SA.MUEL SiLONAS Cryer Majsvllle, Ky 1 South Professor st. 

Oberlin College, 1873. 

BrmtiTT Hamilton Fee Berea, Ky 34 West College st. 

Herca College, 1873. 

Nathaniel Demster Lanphear Olivet, Mich 39 North Main st. 

Olivet College, 1873. 

RouOLPH Menk Casco, Mich. 

Melancthon Theological Seminary, 1871. 

William Brewster Oleson Portland, Me 8 West Lorain st. 

Maine Agricultural College, 

Milan Packard Covert, Mich 8 Forest st. 

Oberlin College, 1872. 

Edward Anson Paddock Baraboo,Wis 9 Elm st. 

Oberlin College, 1872. 

Jacob P. Riedinger Randolph 8 Forest st. 

Oberlin College, 1872. 

Augustus Goodnow Upton Eaton Rapids, Mich.. 1 South Professor st. 

Oberlin College, 1873. 

William Rockwell Wickes Oberlin 10 South Professor st. 

Oberlin College, 1873. 

Melissa W. Cheegan Lebanon 33 West College st. 

Lebanon Normal School, 1871. 

Anna Oliver Cincinnati 44 North Main st. 

Rutgers Female College, i860. 



Ohville Carlton Clark Oberlin 18 North Professor st. 

Ohadiaii Hours Ypsilanti, Mich 36 West Lorain st. 

TH0.MA8 William Williams Hubbard 59Tappan HalL 



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FACULTY. 



JAMES H. FAIRCHILD, President. 

JAMES DASCOMB. JOHN M. ELLIS. CHAS. H. CHURCHILL. 

JUDSON SMITH. GILES W. SHURTLEFF. WILLIAM H. RYDER. 



JAMES R. SEVERANCE. JAMES K. NEWTON. 



STUDENTS. 



SENIOR CLASS 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. ROOMS. 

Dudley Peter Allen Oberlin 20 South Professor st. 

Matthew Anderson Greencastle, Pa. 61 East College st. 

Robert Bruce Bagby Oxford 5 Morgan st. 

Benjamin Franklin Bellows Weeping Willow, Neb. .11 Forest st. 

John Adams Ewalt Howland 25 East College st. 

Frederick John Thomas Fischer. .Elmhurst, 111 2 North Professor st. 

Rupert Preston Hodge Janesville, Wis 9 West College st. 

Charles Holway Russia - Mr. Holway's. 

George Franklin Housley Canal Fulton 25 Tappan Hall. 

Frank Pierce Johnson Oberlin 21 East College st. 

Benjamin Franklin Koons Sulphur Springs 10 Elm st. 

Frank Theodocius Lee Kenosha, Wis 3 College Place. 

Thomas Wentworth Lincoln Antwerp 39 North Main st. 

Reuben Henry Markham .Albany, Oregon 23 North Prof essor st. 

Benjamin Marshall Sandusky 6 Forest st. 

Raymond Green McClelland Russia 50 Tappan Hall. 

Frank McConaoghy Penfleld 25 East College st. 



Oberlin College. 




NAMES. 

Aden .Mahsii McConougiiev 

NicnoF„v.>* Mkssek 

Ti;i(UY Ol.IVKK I'lIII.I.IP.ei 

Ai.iiKUT Tk.mim.i: Swing 

Fkank HirnsoN T.wlok 

.1 VMKS Hakvkv 'rr.i.LEii 

Wll.l.l VM I^lx; AH WOLCOTT 

TliO.MAS St.vm.kv \Vood 

FANNIK KOUllESTKH UlCE 

Ei.LGN Amelia Sherman 

ISAIiGt. WlI.I.COX 

.Seniors 


RESIDENCES. 

Oberlin 


KOOMS. 

- 61 North Main gt. 


..Parnassus, Pa 

..Laporte, Ind 

Bethel 


..8.5 Tappan Hall. 
.. 4 East Lorain st. 
'.I College Place. 


..Oberlin 

..Morrison, 111 

..Cleveland 

..Brownsville, Pa 

..Hortonville, Vt 

..National, Iowa 


..47 North Main St. 
..14 South Professor St. 
.- 6 Forest st. 
-.80 Tappan Hall. 

Ladies' Hall. 

.. Ladies' Hall. 

Ladies' Hall. 

28 


..Clyde... 






ROO.MS. 

. 22 West Lorain st. 


JUNK 

NAMES. 

DwiOHT Blachly Bradley 

IlARUV LEHOV BKICKETT 

James Pehry Wehtz Bkown 

AUTHUH Tappan Burnell 

William Benton Chamheulain.. 

Izaak Walton Fitch 

David Hadi.ey Flett 

Dennis Goodsell 


DR CLASS. 

RESIEDNCES. 

..Banjikok, Siam .. 


..E.Lake George, N.y. 
..Carey 

-Central City, Col 

.East Springfield, Pa.. 

..Rochester, Pa 

..Kenosha, Wis 


..12 Elm St. 
-.29 East College st. 
.27 West College st. 
.. 8 West Lorain St. 
-.59 East College St. 
-.60 East College St. 
21 Snrin tr of 


Hastings Hoknell Hakt 

AzEL Hatch 

.loiiN Johnston, Jr 

MVKON nuURETT LOUGHEAD 

'I'llOMAS M( ClELI/AND 

.Iekome Dolson Mills 

l.ANMAN .IaMES NeTTLETON 

1 fiUUNKY MaHAN OkVIS 


..Cleveland 

..Chatham 


..16 Mechanic st. 
..66 North Main st. 
14 Elm St. 


.Akron 


-Windham ._ 

..Mendoii, 111 

-Canton, HI 

.Oberlin 


-.25 East College st. 

-.21 Spring st. 

. . 6 Forest st. 

..39 Mechanic st. 

..27 West Lorain st. 

..22 Spring St. 

.. 8 West Lorain st. 

..16 Mechanic st. 

...53 South Professor St. 


-Atlanta. Ill 

.Oberlin 

-Oberlin 


IIOllART Kinoshuuy Painter 

.Imiin Fishkk Peck 

Harlan Pacje Hdjierts 

Frank Aliiert Hose 


-Aiulover 

.Carlisle 

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NAMES. RESIDENCES. ROOMS. 

Charles Jackson Ryder Oberlin 33 North Main st. 

William Sanders Scarborough ..Macon, Ga _ 61 East College st. 

Willis Parsons Spring Roseniond, 111 10 West Lorain st. 

Mekritt Starr... Moline, 111 37 West College st. 

Henry Stone _. Indianapolis. Ind 30 East College st. 

George Richey Thompson Senecaville 23 North Main st. 

William Huntington Tibbals North Royalton 19 West Lorain st. 

Fred Kirtland Tracy.. Mansfield. i Elm st. 

Columbus Vennum Morrison, 111 9 Forest st. 

John Allen Winters Clyde 60 East College st. 

CuiiViN Stanley Wood Manchester, Iowa 30 East College st. 

Mary Emm.a Byrd Leavenworth, Kan Ladies' Hall. 

Althea Rosina Sherman National, Iowa Ladies' Hall. 

Juniors 33 



SOPHOMORE CLASS. 

.\AMES. RESIDENCES. ROOMS. 

Joseph Higgins Adams Perrysburg 27 West Lorain st. 

Arthur Chase Andrews Oberlin 38 North Professor st. 

Chahi.es Rich.\rd Andrews Oberlin 38 North Professorst. 

Henry Liberty Bates Canton, 111 15 South Professor st 

LYM.AN Willard Burr Oberlin 40 West Lorain st. 

Charles Sidney Bubwell Mercer, Pa. 

Henry Northrup.Castle North Topeka, Kan — 61 East College st. 

Clarence John Chase. Whittlesey 15 South Professor st. 

D.\Rius D.\niel Cl-AYTON Little Sandusky.. 61 East College st. 

Elijah Cooke Otto, N.T 9 East College st. 

Henry Fk.ascis Derr Montville 26 Elm st. 

Burt Erastus DeTo ...Oberlin 14 Mill st. 

EiNiON Cranogvab Evans Potsdam, N.Y .15 South Professor st. 

Edwin Kellogg F.\irchild Keokuk, Iowa 10 West Lorain st. 

Frederic Alden Field Oberlin 2 East Lorain st. 

William Goodell Frost Pecatonioa, 111. .' 21 Tappan Hall. 

John Hanshue.. Western Star 75 Tappan Hall. 

William Andrew Hobbs Elsie, Mich 19 West Lorain st. 

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^AMKS. RHSIDRNCES. KOOMS. 

Sylvanos Converse Huntinoton, Jr. .Pulaski, N. Y 15 South Professor st. 

OiuoN John Jolmfke Cobourer, Ontario ..20 North Main st. 

FiiANK Gaudnkh Lek liarabix), Wis. 

Ki>WAUi) Joseph Malle Bedford 19 West Lorain st. 

CiiAiti.KS Heeiik .Mautin Oberlin 69 East College st. 

Fkedekick William Meadows Elyria. 

James Edwaiuj Morton Brownsville 48 West College st. 

Jui-iL'S SiNcr.Aiu Ogan Columbus Grove... 9 East College st. 

William Ottekiiein Pringle Fremont 35 North Main st. 

George Thompson Reeves Newark, N. Y 27 West Lorain st. 

Da.n Richards Oberlin 59 East College st. 

Clayton Brown Rockhill Oakland .25 North Professor st. 

Rovillcs Rollin Rogehs Alden, Iowa 48 West College st. 

John Ogilvie Stevenson New Haven, Ct 3 South Professor st. 

George Levkrett Thompson Payson, 111 25 North Main st. 

RoiiEiiT John White. Henrietta 25 West College st. 

Ellen Clorissa Akers .-.Oberlin 11 Spring st. 

Clara Evangeline Babcock Oberlin 35 West Lorain st. 

Metelill Hannah Huntington Pulaski, N.Y Ladies' Hall. 

Agnes Fitzhe.nry Willia.ms Providence, R.I. ... Ladies' Hall. 

Lucy I'lla Wright. Oberlin 35 West Lorain st. 

Soiilioiiioret* 39 



FRESH MAN CLASS. 

NAME.S. RESIDEN'CES. ROO:m.S. 

MALCO.ME Graeme Alexander Clyde 35 South Main st. 

Chari,es Whitfield Allen Oberlin .68 South Main st. 

William Capell Calland Summcrfipid 00 North Main st. 

Frederic .Vrthcr Churchill Oberlin ...26 West College st. 

Adelbert Benjamin Coon Marengo. Ill 23 North Professorst. 

Ami'i.ias .Milton Countrvman Hasting.s, Minn 37 North Professorst. 

George Edward Crane Oberlin 38 South Main st. 

Ale.xandkr Sylvanus Eaton Alamo, Mich 35 Tappan Hall. 

Aliiert John Gilchrist Oberlin 37 North Main st. 

Herbert Delos Goodenough Barton, Wis 53 Tappan Hall. 

Evander Joseph Goodsell Nelson 21 Spring st. 

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NAMES. RESIDENCES. ROOMS. 

Archibald Haddhn Euclid 6 Forest st. 

John Columbus Harris Antwerp 18 North Main st. 

Benjamin Albert Imes Van Wert, Pa 1" West College at. 

George Onslow Kinsman Thetford, Vt 12 East Lorain st. 

Arthur Desaline Langston Washington, D. C 20 North Main st. 

JuDSON Oncken Leslie Princeton, 111 14 South Professor st. 

James Robert Logue Northfield 25 North Professor st. 

Charles Albert Marsh Pontiao, Mich 73 Tappan Hall. 

Robinson Martin Youngsville 77 Tappan Hall. 

Charles Edwin Monroe Oberlin 4 College Place. 

WiNTHROP DOAVNES PAINTER Oberlin 22 Spring st. 

Erwin Hart Richards Mecca First Church. 

Joshua Wells Richey Seneoaville Society Hall. 

Adelbert Seluers. .- Lodi _ 13 Elm st. 

George Albert Ses.-ions Cleveland 8 West Lorain st. 

Sanford Elihu Shutt. Middleport 38 South Main st. 

James William Sibley Grafton 73 Tappan Hall. 

Frederick Shelton Smedlev. Berea 19 West Lorain st. 

Henry Herbert Smythe Columbus 50 We.st College st. 

Merton Morris Squire Oberlin 3 College Place. 

Francis Marion Wanser Wakeman 25 North Professor st. 

Albert Marion Wheeler Shelby 60 North Professor st. 

William Dytanwal Williams Pontypool, Wales 55 North Main st. 

Alice Lee Armsby_ Council Grove, Kan 2 East Lorain st. 

Mary Louisa Drake Oskaloosa, Iowa 19 East Lorain st. 

Caroline T. Stolp Aurora, 111 10 Forest st. 

Ella Jane Strong Oskaloosa, Iowa. 19 East Lorain st. 

Caroline Wickes Oberlin 10 South Professor st. 

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FACULTY. 



JAMES H. FAIKCHILD, President. 

JAMES DASCOMB. JOHN M. ELLIS. CHARLES H. CHURCHILL. 

GILES \y. SHURTLEFF. ROSELLE T. CROSS. 



ALMON W. BURR. JAMES R. SEVERANCE. JAMES K. NEWTON. 



STTJDEITTS. 



SENIOR CLASS. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Edward A. Leeper Atlanta, IlL 

Wii.MAM J. Smith Elyria. 

Howard J.Wood Madison. 

Seniors 3 



JUNIOR CLASS. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

J. Monroe Marks Marengo, lU. 

Edwin C. Silsby Selnia, Ala. 

Horace Smith Patnios. 

Henry Ernest Thayer Fredonia. 

Haukv M. Whedon Hinckley. 

Juniors 5 

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. SOPHOMORE CLASS. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

George S. Canfield Scotch Ridge. 

Edwin W. Coit .North Fairfield. 

Irving W. Metcalf Elyria. 

Albert C. Ross South Bend, Ind. 

Frank E. Shepherd Clayton, Mich. 

Clemon Snow _.. .Avon. 

Henry E. Thayer Freedom. 

Newton Wyeth Newway. 

Soplioiiiores 8 



FR ESH MAN CLASS. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Albert W. Alger West Richfield. 

John C. Applkgate Oberlin. 

James S. Bailey Benzonia, Mich. 

Julius J. Bliss Bissell's P. 0. 

Adelbeut B. Bolton Oberlin. 

Carlos Brown. Sacramento, Cal. 

John D. Browning Belpre. 

Howard H. Carter Talmadge. 

LoRiN H. Cowles Baraboo, Wis. 

Clarence Cranston Milford Center. 

De Witt C. Eggleston Aurora. 

Frank O. Eggleston Aurora. 

William T. Fee Franklin, Pa. 

Winfield Flagler Armada, Mich. 

Dyer Ford Galva, 111. 

Mark A. Green Geneseo, 111. 

Frank W. Harrington Warren. 

Homer B. Holcomb Milo, 111. 

James W. Holton Oberlin. 

Elisha M. Hulburd Brownsville, Neb. 

John Kline Rensselaerville, N. Y. 

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NAMHS. RESIDENCES. 

Hkiiukht 1). L.VFKKKTV Toledo. 

Lauren M. Linuknbeko Kingston Center. 

Geouge B. Lyon Maquoketa, Iowa. 

JusiAii J. NuNN Norwalk. 

Okvili.e F. Randolph Dundee, N. Y. 

Geouge M. Ueweuu Cleveland. 

KiiwiN B. Runnels Newway. 

William L. Steele Galva, 111. 

Henhy W. Thompson. Payson, III. 

Mauhice M. Warner Plainfleld, 111. 

FuKi) Webster Rawsonville. 

FroNliiiion .• 32 



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UTSTEVCTOHS. 



ROSELLE T. CROSS, Principai,. 

ALMON W. BURR. CHARLES N. JONES. THEODORE E. BURTON. 

SAMUEL S. CRYER. AUGUSTUS G. UPTON. 

Assisted hy Students in the Seminan/ and hii^her classes of the College and 

Ladies' De2Mrtment. 



STUDEITTS. 



Classical Course. 



SENIOR CLASS. 

NAMES. RESIDENXES. 

Bela B. Adams Copopa. 

Madison W. Beacon Mt. Union. 

Burton L. Bostwick. Edinburg. 

William A. Bowen Oberlin. 

Charles S. Brown Oberlin. 

Thomas Cashman Wakeman. 

Jamie B. Castle Honolulu, Sandwich Is. 

Gilbert J. Clark Wellington. 

Henry Conner Burton, 111. 

Marion F. Cowan Hardin. 

Clarence A. Crist Western Star. 

Walter Dean Kelley's Island. 

William Daggett .Niagara Falls, N.Y. 

Charles R. Forrest ...Sauk City, Wis. 

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NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Lucius B. Fdlleh Nelson. 

Marcus D. Fullek Nelson. 

Henky O. Gardner Richville, N. Y. 

Samuel Grant Oberlin. 

William H. Gray Oberlin. 

John H. Grose DesMoines, Iowa, 

Edwin A. Hazeltine Busti, N. Y. 

William N. Johnson Oberlin. 

Oliver H. Koons Sulphur Springs. 

James H. Kyle Urbana, 111. 

Oramel W. Lucas - Carson City, Col. 

Lucius C. Markham Oberlin. 

John Marsland Chester, Ct. 

Solon F. Massey Sandusky. 

William B. McIntyre Dekalb. 

Christopher C. MuKinney Columbia, S. C. 

Wilder S. Metcalf Elyria. 

James D. Monroe Town Line, N. Y. 

Lindley W. Morris New Lisbon. 

Charlks E. Morse -. Newburg. 

Arthur W. Nichols North Eaton. 

MiLEY C. Rathbun Newberry. 

Charles M. Root Oberlin. 

George H. Rowland Clarksfleld. 

John Schneider West Bend, AVis. 

Alberto C. Shattuck Newton Falls. 

Omer H. Shepherd Georgetown, Col. 

Karl A. Snyder Oberlin. 

Robert S. Snyder Oberlin. 

MiLFORD H. Squire Ofeerlin. 

Wesley M. Stover Lisle, 111. 

Howard Tracy Mansfield. 

Eugene A. Tuttle. North Amherst. 

Chakles S. Vaile Kokomo, Ind. 

Solomon Watkins Lawrence, Kan. 

John W. Welsh Elyria. 

Geordie Z. Whitney Oberlin. 

Mki.ville C. Whitney Oberlin. 

Frank A. Wilcox Richfield. 

William C. Wilcox Richfield. 

Samuel C. Windsor Beaufort, N. C. 

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NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

RxANA Cochrane.-. Baraboo, Wis. 

Lunette A. Drew Oberlin. 

Grace A. Fairchild Oberlin. 

Adra Holmes.. Mt. Vernon. 

Eva I. L.iMB Oberlin. 

May Kich.\rds Oberlin. 

LiLLiE SciDMORE Washington, D. C. 

Seniors ..62 



MIDDLE CLASS. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Elgin P. Abbott Lee, N. Y. 

George C. Bacon Brownhelm. 

Jason A. Barber Tontogany. 

David E. B.^rney Laporte, Ind. 

Samuel J. Bassford East Toledo. 

George W. Beattie Oberlin. 

Fred Bellows Weeping Water, Neb. 

Dexter M. Billings North Eoyalton. 

George Boone, Jr Mecca. 

Arthur G. Brown Oberlin. 

James M. Burham Oberlin. 

William H. Buss .Creston, 111. 

Harry Cake West Independence. 

FRiVNK Canfield Cleveland. 

DwiGHT H. Clapp Kirtland. 

Beriah F. Cochrane Baraboo, Wis. 

William H. H. Colby Manchester, N. H. 

James A. Colemjvn Oberlin. 

J.i-MES H. CONDIT Tontogany. 

Nelson F. Cornish Mansion, Wis. 

Everard W. Dascomb Wilton, N. H. 

Louis V. Denis Cleveland. 

Edward W. Doane Honolulu, Sandwich Is. 

David H. Drake Crawfordsville, Iowa. 

Russel B. Drake Fostoria. 

Trowbridge C. Egleston ...Gaines, N. Y. 

Louis P. Ernst East Saginaw, Mich. 

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NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Henky M. Fay - Prairie Depot. 

Wai.teii V. (iACE Olmstead. 

Ulrton V. Hales Amherst. 

Mahvin n. Haiiuison ChicaRo, 111. 

Miles W. Hakhison Lagrange. 

WiLLAKi) A. Hodge Janesville, Wis. 

Eli M. Hoover Bennett's Switch, Ind. 

Or,ivEK K. HoovKK Cleveland. 

D. WiLLEY HuLBCKT Seville. 

Henry J. H"ull Sandusky. 

Charles H. Johnson Nashville, Tenn. 

William P. .Tones Fulton, Tenn. 

James H. Leonard Bridgewater, Mass. 

Nestor Light - Chicago, HI. 

Milan D. Long - Fremont. 

John McDoavell Chicago, 111. 

Fhank G. Mead - Marengo. 

William M. Monroe Oberlin. 

John S. Nelson New Baltimore, N. Y. 

Fred J. Owen New York City. 

WiLLi.\M J. Paddock Baraboo, Wis. 

James E. Pearson Mallet Creek. 

Wd.MAM H. Peck Oberlin. 

Willis H. Post Springfield, 111. 

J. Lee Richmond. Berlin Heights. 

Henry Kicker Kelley's Island. 

Charles S. Roberts North Chili, N. Y. 

George M. Sherman Henrietta. 

Charles J. Siddall Oberlin. 

Samuel R. Singer Covington, Ky. 

Joseph F. Smith Pittsburgh, Pa. 

O. Stillman Snow Avon. 

Charles S. Strong Seville. 

Charles A. Stuart Washington, D. C. 

Walter S. Sullivan West Liberty. 

George W. Sutton Oberlin. 

Edward H. Taylor Summerfleld. 

Ben.iamin Thompson Urbana. 

Henry F. Tonsino Bedford. 

.Joseph E. Vaile Kokorao, Ind. 

George B. Van Waters Rensselaer Falls, N. Y. 

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NAMES. RESIDENCHS. 

CORWiN G. Warden Oberlin. 

Walter R. Watkins Wytheville, Va. 

William Whitehorn Panama, S. A. 

Jennie Bebout Savannah. 

MiTTiE Bebout Savannah. 

Myra a. Edwards Oberlin. 

Essie B. Johnson __,Fitfhville. 

Carrie E. Kingsbury Oberlin. 

Alice E. Mead Oberlin. 

Ella C. Thompson Geneva. 

Middles 78 



JUNIOR CLASS. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Benjamin F. Aldridge Brooklyn, N. Y. 

R. Edwin Alger West Richfield. 

Lynn Arnold Randolph, N. Y. 

George A. Ashman Weeping Water, Neb. 

Heman O. Averill New Preston, Ct. 

Benjamin D. Bagby Oxford. 

Edwin R. Bagby — Oxford. 

Robert J. Baird Martinsburg. 

ROYCE A. Bass West Randolph, Vt. 

Charles W. Black Reynoldsburg. 

Isaac Blackwell Oberlin. 

Stephan E. Boots Neigliborville, 111. 

Shadrach B. Bows - Oberlin. 

Charles J. Bucklin Grand Rapids. 

Frank A. Btince Troy, N. Y. 

William C. Bunce Oberlin. 

Albert Burnham ...Milford Center. 

Orin B. Cady Oberlin. 

Daniel D. Cameron West Bend, Wis. 

Emmor Campbell.. Salem. 

Frank C. Case West Bloomfleld, Ct. 

Wilbur F. Catton Rushfort, N. Y. 

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NAMF.S. RESIDENCES. 

Ai.\ A It. ( iiAKFKK Windham. 

Elijah V. (i.emons Da>'ton. 

Hkkhkut W. Colk Peninsula. 

W.\i,TKU Om-eman Oberlin. 

Ransom U. Collyek North Fairfield. 

nuiiTON D. Crane Oberlin. 

Gkokce O. Cuomweli. Black River. 

Demas H. Dewey Leroy, N. Y. 

Petek V. DoDD - Salt River, Mich. 

Meuhkk S. E.MiiKEE - Malta. 

Isaac L. Freem.4.n Big: Plain. 

Wilbur G. Freese Brunswick. 

George S. Griffith Castleton, N. Y. 

rilARLES S. IlACKET AVOH. 

Byuon 1{. Harrison Lagrange. 

J.VMES H. Helwio Gnadenhutten. 

George C. Herkimer Xew York City. 

Arthur E. Hershxzer Shelby. 

Champion R. Hoatz Canal Fulton. 

John V. F. Holter Cleveland. 

Charles S. Holyoke Chicago, 111. 

Oliver E. Hotchkiss South Kirtland. 

Bayaku T. Houston Frankfort, 111. 

P'reii Hovey Munson. 

Arthur C. Jones Galena. 

Josei'H a. Julian Model City. Mich. 

Francis M. Koons Sulphur Springs. 

William H. Logan Bourneville. 

Julian W. Lyon Copley. 

Frank W. Main Wilmington, 111. 

William H. Mason Nankin. 

George A. Maston White Sulphur Springs, W. Va. 

Edwin H. Merrill Cleveland. 

Samuel (i. Messer Parnassus, Pa. 

CiiARi,ES 1). Miner Lima, N. Y. 

George W. Moore Cleveland. 

Henry C. Muckley Pierce. 

Mautin 1). MUGAN Tilsonburg, C. W. 

Andrew H. Noah Peninsula. 

David D. Osiiorn North Dover. 

JuDSON C. Paddock Baraboo, Wis. 



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NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

William C. Pardee Windham. 

Frank O. Pierson Condit. 

Jesse K. Pierson Goodrich, Mich. 

Henry K. Polk - - Oberlin. 

Delos a. Pope.. Bowling Green. 

John S. Reynolds — Pentwater, Mich. 

Albert R. Rhea Bristolville. 

W. H. Robison. Stockton, Cal. 

V. H. Rood Oberlin. 

J.-VCOB A. RowE Shelby. 

Elbert B. Rowland Patchogue, N. Y. 

Amos T. Russell Wakeman. 

Charles A. Seeley Bristol, Ind. 

J. P. Seward Norwalk. 

Charles F. Sloat Sacramento, Cal. 

Thomas P. Smith Cairo, 111. 

Zera M. Smith Guy's Mills, Pa. 

John R. Smithea Oberlin. 

Frank H. Snow Parma. 

James W. Star Bryan. 

William "V. Stevens Berea. 

J. Frank T.\ylor Spiceland, Ind. 

Ira Thompson Freedom. 

Sumner C. Thompson Ripley. 

Aaiasa Thornton ...Depeyster, N. Y. 

Alvin B. Tillinghast Berlin Heights. 

WiLLARD L. TORREY Oberlin. 

Ernest V. Underhill Lagrange. 

E. Newton Van Tassel Milton Center. 

Heber S. Van Valkenbergh Maiden Bridge, N. Y. 

George B. Walker Richville. 

Charles E. Walters ..Chagrin Falls. 

George C. Westervelt Oberlin. 

Herbert E. Westervelt Oberlin. 

William J. Wheeler Shelby. 

Charles Wilkins Cleveland. 

Royal J. Wilkinson Columbus. 

James P. Woodbury Bowling Green. 

James G. Woolworth Westfleld, Mass. 

Juniors ...102 

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NAMES. KESIDENCES. 

Hkn.i AMix V. AdaiIi Oberlin. 

Chahi.ks G. Adams Perrysburg. 

Chaiii-ks T. Adams Copley. 

lUiiTON W. Alice Forrest. 

Pkhhy B. Andehson Penn Line, Pa. 

EziiA A. Atwater Newhiiifr. 

George G. Baker North Fairfleld. 

RoiiKKT J. Baldersox Avon. 

EiiENEZER p. Barnes Stony Creek, Ontario. 

Homer B. Barney Jericho Center, Vt. 

Frank Barritt New London. 

Boi.iver K. Beach Pittsfleld. 

L. Clifton Beardsley Mentor. 

Will C. Beardsley Huntsburir. 

Frederick H. Beers Peninsula. 

Augustus A. Bell Oberlin. 

H. Edwin Bell Hardin. 

Frank A. Beman Antwerp, N. Y. 

Melvin R. Bennett Elyria. 

Willis E. Biggs Sullivan. 

Clinton Black West Liberty. 

James F. Bodman Suliny, III. 

Dell Boice Rochester Center. 

William J. Bonsor North Amherst. 

Charles J. Boone East Mecca. 

David S. B(joth Corpus Christi, Texas. 

EL.MER D. BoSTWiCK Edinburg. 

William O. Bowles Xenia. 

Austin Bradley Broad Ripple, Ind. 

Harmon Bredheck Germanvillo. 

Edward Brooks Quaker Bottom. 

Hamilton J. Brooks Newburg. 

.loiiN \V. ItHowN Oberlin. 

Robert 1!. Iti ioians Oberlin. 

William 11. HritHANS Oberlin. 

Charles P. Blrras Fairfield. 

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NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Robert H. Calaway -. Ironton. 

William C. Callendbb - Dayton. 

Cleon F. Card.. Vienna. 

Charles M. Carey Salem. 

Caius a. Chapman.. Huntingrton. 

Flavitjs M. Chapman Huntinston. 

Alpheus D. Charlton Sulphur Springs. 

Earl S. Clark ...West Richfield. 

George Clark London, England. 

Leonard D. Clark Huntsburg. 

Frank B. Cole Creston, Iowa. 

Jj\.MES H. Cole Fulton, Mo. 

James M. Colwell Baton Rouge, La. 

Andrew G. Comings ..Oberlin. 

Homer F. Comings East Berkshire, "Vt. 

Seth Comstock Oberlin. 

Philip M. Condit Tontogany. 

Charles J. Cooper Mt. Vernon. 

Frank A. Coblett Cleveland. 

William L. Cox. Frederitktown. 

Walter Cranston ...Broadway. 

William R. Crary South Kiitland. 

Willie O. Curtiss Oberlin. 

Waldo K. Daniels Waterville. 

Frank W. Davis North Amherst. 

Hugh L. Davis West Winfleld, N. Y. 

Arthur W. Dean Kelley's Island. 

George M. Derr Sharon. 

Elijah Dodd Waterville. 

Wallace C. Drake Sullivan. 

Edgar Draper Plainden. 

Richard H. Dunston South Salem. 

Charles L. Eager Cleveland. 

James S. Edmonds Avon. 

Darius L. Edwards Huntington. 

Alden C. Eldridge Rochester. 

Emmer p. Ellett Bedford. 

James Ellis Portland, Wis. 

Judson T. Elton Lordstown. 

John E. England.. ...Fostoria. 

William W. Epps Tampico. 

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NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Chaui.ks a. Favel Oberlin. 

Chahles Fenton Newton Falls. 

David C. Fisheu Romney, W.Va. 

Fay C. Foixett - Oberlin. 

Thomas S. Fokhest Scotch Ridge. 

Meuhitt Fostek Lagrange. 

Chakles F. Fowler Batavia, 111. 

Edward W. Frazer Ravenna. 

Wii.mam a. Frost - Litchfield, Mich. 

Zacuariah Gar.v Fremont. 

Charles H. Gates East Rockport. 

George L. Gill Oberlin. 

Joseph B. Glover Oberlin. 

Charles R. Goodenough Baraboo, Wis. 

Frank W. Gordon Oberlin. 

Charles W. Gott - Lagrange. 

LOBERDO T. Gott Lagrange. 

George T. Greeley Nashua, Iowa. 

William M. Gregory Berea. 

James Hamilton Kelley's Island. 

Karl J. Hammond East Richfield. 

James Handyside Lagrange. 

Ernest G. Hanscher East Cleveland. 

George F. Harpster Bellevue. 

Joseph J. Harris Copley. 

Frank R. Haven North Eaton. 

James R. Hawkins Oberlin 

William Henry Oberlin. 

Arthur Herbert Macedonia. 

George Hill Vinton. 

Henry^ a. Hill 

Addison L. Hinkley New London. 

Henry G. Hitchcock Painesville. 

William H. Hodge Oberlin. 

Charles H. Hopkins West Bloomfleld, N. Y. 

Edwin F. Hopkins Oberlin. 

David A. Hossler Greenwich. 

Charles D. Hughes Edinburg. 

Harmon S. Hungerford Oberlin. 

Charles E. I.ngraham Sullivan. 

Charles \V. Isham Waterville. 

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NAMES. RHSIDENCES. 

Joseph Jackson Mason, Mich. 

Arthur C. Johnson - Cleveland. 

Charles S. Johnson Oberlin. 

Lyman Kellogg - Lapeer, Mich. 

Will S. Kellogg Ashland. 

Ira a. Kent - Genoa. 

Arthur P. Klmball Oberlin. 

Henry F. Kimball Brooklyn. N. Y. 

Myrox a. Kirkland Ligonier, Ind. 

Frank Knight -- - Blissfleld, Mich. 

Charles "W. Knowles -.- Lajrrange. 

Anson C. Lamb - Oberlin. 

Virgil D. Lane - Holly Springs, Miss. 

William E. Langdon... - Avon. 

Edward W. Lee Randolph. N. Y. 

David L. Leslie Burrell, Pa. 

Frank F. Lippett Grey's Mills, Pa. 

Burt S. Loomis Huntsburg. 

Albert E. Loring - Berlin Heights. 

Frank W. Lutz ...Elmore. 

Elmer M. Lyman Mulberry Corners. 

ISHM.4EL Manuel Olmstead Falls. 

Christian T. Martin Vermillion. 

George E. Mabtindale — Oberlin. 

Alfred S. McCaskey Sulphur Springs. 

William D. McCleery West Alexander, Pa. 

James McCleery West Alexander, Pa. 

John L. McClell.^nd Mt. Jackson, Pa. 

Samuel McConaughy Penfleld. 

Charles McDonald East Clarksfleld. 

William McDowell Henrietta. 

Charles H. Melchoin De Kalb. 

Charles P. Minch Vermillion. 

William Mitchell St. Agnes, Eng. 

Herbert E. Moore Fulton, N. Y. 

H.4RRY L. Moses.. Cleveland. 

Orlando C. Moss.. Eaton. 

John S. Mowry Milan. 

Joseph Mull Pittsfield. 

F. C. Murray Plainfield, 111. 

Orlo C. Nelson Cos Ridge. 



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NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Daniki. Nkshit Riiwsonville. 

Ja.mes J. NUBY Lafayette, Ind. 

Wll.MAM H. OSHOKXK Haiiiliii. 

Salmon A. Pauukk Windliaiii. 

Amson a. Parker Euclid. 

DwiGHT A. Paumelee Liverpool. 

Fkank D. Parsons Oberlin. 

CHARr.ES K. Peck - Wakeman. 

Ernest S. Peck - Brecksville. 

Virgil C. Peck AVakeman. 

Seth Peek Berlin Heights. 

Howard S. Penfield Penfield. 

William H. Penx - Burlington. 

IsH.VM Peterson Oberlin. 

Alvah B. Pierce - Medina. 

Lafayette Pierson Goodrich, Mich. 

Thomas H. Pittengkh Shelby, Mich. 

James K. Polk Chicago, 111. 

PLvHLAN Pomeroy' Strongsvllle. 

William S. Prosser ..New London. 

Charles J. Ransom New London. 

John F. Ransom Columlms. 

Albert H. Rathbun _ Oberlin. 

Frank E. Rathbun Oberlin. 

Ben.iamin F. Rees Smiley, Pa. 

Wir,LiAM H. Reeve Brooklyn. 

Joseph S. Rich Elyria. 

Frank G. Kohb Oberlin. 

BiRU Richmond North Amherst. 

RossEL B. Roe Norwalk. 

Frankt.in J. RoLLiN Ridgeville. 

Avery S. Root Millville, N. Y. 

Olin Rose Camden. 

Jasper A. Rouse High Gate Springs, Vt. 

Elmer E. Rowland Clarksville. 

Thaddeus H. Rowland Oberlin. 

E. Child Ryder Weybridge, Vt. 

Lucius H. Sanfohd Gaines, N. Y. 

Frank E. Sawyer Newburg. 

Charles C. Shepherd Coshocton. 

Albert J. Sherman Henrietta. 

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NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Byrox B. Sherman.- Henrietta. 

Andrew F. Slade Lake Village, Ark. 

James N. Small - Aurora. 

Henry F. Smith - Bellevue. 

Lucius S. Smith Cumberland. 

William G. Smith Oberlin. 

William Spencer - - - Columbus. 

George P. Sperry Talmadge. 

Alfred L. Squire -- Oberlin. 

Milton G. Starr Penfleld. 

John W. Stevens Greenville, Ala. 

Jay^ H. Stewart Cleveland. 

James B. Stocking .Elyria. 

Wakben T. Stone - Worthington, Ind. 

Leslie L. Streeter - - Freedom. 

William H. Strong -- Oberlin. 

John B. Stuart Washington, D. C. 

Edward M. Sturges - Mansfield. 

William C. Sturtevant - Buggies. 

Henry L. Summer - Leetonia. 

Charles A. Taylor Elyria. 

Lafayette Taylor - -•- — Smiley, Pa. 

George W. Tennant Camden Center. 

George F. Thayer... ..PennLine, Pa. 

George T. THf^MAS Greenwich Station. 

J.\MES A. Thompson Veron. 

Albert J. Thrasher -. Burton. 

James C. Tobias Bucyrus. 

Edwin J. Tom.. Columbus. 

Charles Van Wagner North Eaton. 

Edwin E. Wait Oberlin. 

Leonard C. Wallace Macedonia. 

Edward W.\rd Kelley's Island. 

Fletcher Ward Huntington. 

James A. Wabing Oberlin. 

Eli «. Warner Oberlin. 

Robert L. Webber Atwater. 

Ira B. Welch Lodi. 

Fred L. Wenham Cleveland. 

Charles L. Wheeler Columbia Station. 

Morris L. Wheeler Shelby. 

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NAMFS. RESIDENCES. 

W 11, 1. 1 AM W. Wheelock Oberlin. 

James M. White Atwater. 

(>. A. Whitney Oberlin. 

WiLMAM Wight Oberlin. 

William H. Wilkes Perry, N. Y. 

Ch.vhles a. Wilcox .BrecksvlUe. 

ACGDSTDS WiLDMAN - Sandusky. 

John O. Willard Cleveland. 

Charles S. Williams Oberlin. 

Seneca B. Williams Gustavus. 

RuFUs N. Wilson Penfleld. 

William W. Woodside Osceola, Ind. 

Edwin J. Worcester Oberlin. 

Ambrose J. Young Four Corners. 

Jacob K. Young Mt. Vernon. 

James .\- Young Gustavus. 

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FACULTY. 



JAMES H. FAIRCHILD, President. 
Mrs. a. a. F. JOHNSTON, Principal. 
Miss HELEN E. MARTIN, Assistant. 
JAMES DASCOMB. JOHN M. ELLIS. CHARLES H. CHURCHILL. 

JUDSON SIVHTH. GILES W. SHURTLEFF. 



ALMON "W. BURR. CHARLES N. JONES. 

JAMES K. NEWTON. 



LADIES' BOAUD OF HAITAGEBS. 



Mrs. a. a. F. JOHNSTON. Mrs. MARY L. P. KINNEY. 

Mrs. MARIANNE P. DASCOMB. Mrs. MINERVA E. ELLIS. 

Mrs. REBECCA FINNEY. Mrs. ELIZABETH S. MEAD. 

Mrs. SARAH D. PENFIELD. Mrs. AUGUSTA B. SMITH. 

Mrs. MARY B. SHURTLEFF. 



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FOURTH YEAR. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Mary Jane Alvord Bolton, Ct. 

Catherine Goodwin Clapp Kirtland. 

Edith Dickson - Wellington. 

Ceua Rosett Doolittle Ontario, Ind. 

LucT Ellen Dunlavy Hennepin, 111. 

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NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Amki.ia Lodema Fehkis Oneida, 111. 

Mauoahet Flack Canfleld. 

Elizabeth Patterson Graham Lexington. 

Mary Ellen Kennedy Brunswick. 

LrcETTA Melescent King Lenox. 

Keuecca Catherine Koons Sulphur Springs. 

Martha Jane Maltby Bristolville. 

Georgietta Thompson McClelland -. Oberlin. 

Emma Ann McCormick Hartland. 

Orrie Louisa Warner Wellington. 

Mary Bell Wells Huntington. 

Elizabeth Whitney Oberlin. 

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THIRD YEAR. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Carrie N. Allen Oberlin. 

Matilda W. Andrews Hudson, N. Y. 

Ellen J. Brickett East Lake George, N. Y. 

Emma I. Critmrine ...Nova. 

Luna B. Eastman Royalton, Wis. 

Florence A. Gilchrist Oberlin. 

Ellen J. Hall Oberlin. 

Angeline K. Hatch Lisle, HI. 

Margaret A. Hine Berlin Heights. 

Mattie R. Jackson Oberlin. 

Anna H. Jones Oberlin. 

Mary E. Kenney Oberlin. 

M. Olive McKinney Stirling, HI. 

Martha J. Nichols Oberlin. 

Florence C. Nichols Oberlin. 

Mary A. Penfield Oberlin. 

Mary A. Prosser New London. 

Fannie A. Stevens River Falls, Wis. 

Emma D. Tennant Camden. 

Lizzie C. Walker Champion. 

Ella White Clyde. 

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NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Fannie L. Wilcox Twinsburg. 

Amy E. Wilcutt Oberlin. 

Alice Wright Marblehead. 

Myra Wright - Oberlin. 

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SECOND YEAR. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Sarah R. Allen Brecksville. 

Charlotte E. Andrews Little Rock, Ark. 

Eugenia S. Beach Perrysburg. 

Ida Cassell Frederlcktown. 

Henrietta M. Clapp Huntsburg. 

Louisa H. Clark - Huntington. 

Belle De Veny -..Cleveland. 

Emily Ewing Randolph, N. Y. 

Abby M. Field Oberlin. 

Mary Frayer Carson. 

Inez Gridley Clarksfleld. 

Mary M. Hunt Otto, N. Y. 

Lillie Jackson ..- Oberlin. 

Mary' E. Lane ,.- Wellington. 

Clara E. Leonard Willoughby. 

Henrietta M. Loring - Berlin Heights. 

Mary E. McClelland... Des Moines, Iowa. 

Ella A. McConoughey Oberlin. 

Julia Osborn Bainbridge. 

May Race North Ridgeville. 

Jennie M. Sours Findley. 

Sar.ih E. Strong.. Seville. 

S.4.hAH C. Thompson ..Kensington, Mich. 

Viva F. Thompson.. Denver, CoL 

Mary M. Tibbals North Royalton. 

Etta M. Webster Red Wing, Minn. 

Helen C. Wheeler Butler, Mo. 

S-\rah J. Zurmehly Yellow Bud. 

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RFSIDbNCFR. 



NAMES. 

Metta V. Ai.niuCH Dover. 

ELi/.AiiETii \V. Anuerton Bedford. 

Maky E. Andrus Oberlin. 

Esther A. Barnes Talmadge. 

Josephine U. Bateham Painesville. 

Helen Bell Oranseville, Mich. 

Sarah I. Bell Seville. 

Alice C. Bisuee Ashton, R. I. 

Cora K. Broughton Peninsula. 

Lottie A. Burr Morrison, 111. 

Nettie I. Burr _. Oberlin. 

AONES Caldwell Erie, Pa. 

Luella Cassell Fredericktown. 

Ella L. Chambkrs Bucyrus. 

Minnie L. Chester.. Oberlin. 

Alta M. Clemans Dover. 

Clara S. Clisbee - Oberlin. 

Jennie J. Coi.ton Oranpre, Conn. 

Mary Colvin - Clyde. 

Caroline V. Cornell Sharonville. 

Gertrude Crapser Lyons, Iowa. 

Harriet A. Dunham Bennington, Vt. 

Clara M. Eaton Oberlin. 

Amanda Frow Winchester. 

Fannie A. (i ardner Mallet Creek. 

Maicv E. Gaston Sterling, 111. 

Flor ENfE H a H H IS Oberlin. 

Josie Jenny Greenwich. 

Mary C. Johnson Oberlin. 

Loretta Kennedy Brun.swkk. 

Carrie L. Leonard Scotland, Mass. 

Anna W. Martin Oberlin. 

LorriE M. Martlino St. Louis, Mo. 

Anna J. .Mead Cormvall, Vt. 

Lizzie A. Meadows Elyria. 

Helen Millspaugh Clinton, Mich. 

Sylvia \V. Mount Fredericktown. 

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NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Hattie M. Munger _ Chicago. 111. 

Mary S. Myers Mansfield. 

Mattie a. Parker Chagrin Falls. 

Letitia a. Parsons La Grange. 

Ella M. Payne Oberlin. 

Carrie C. Phelps Russia. 

Ella Pierce _ Champion. 

Jennie F. Kidlon .-. Lawrence, Mich. 

Minnie Robb Oberlin. 

Emma J. S.\FFi)RD Madison. 

Lid A R. Seymour Oberlin. 

Sarah M. Sit.sby Selma, Ala. 

Emma J. Smith ...Pittsfleld. 

Flora H. Snow _ Avon. 

Eunice D. Southworth Sargent's Bluffs, Iowa. 

Jennie Strong Huntsburg. 

Effleda V. Thompson Medina. 

May Thornton Michigan City, Ind. 

Grace E. Tucker ...Plymouth. 

Sarah C. Tucker Plymouth. 

Anna C. Washburn Med way, Mass. 

Maria Wemple _• Collamer. 

Leila Wheelock Oberlin. 

Georgia H. Whyte Jerome. 

Sadie J. Woodson Berlin. 

Josephine Woodworth West Andover. 



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8 elect €o vi t s e . 

NAMES. KKSIDENCES. 

Camsta Anukews - Kiver Falls, Wis. 

F.MMA K. IlAHBEK Amlieist. 

Sahaii .\. IliiADLEY Bangkok, Siiuii. 

Sahaii a. Uensox .Beloit, Wis. 

Haiihiet L. Cooi'ER Frederiektown. 

Aduie M. Ckowj.ey - Randolph, N. Y. 

Ei.vENE CtruTis - Columbus, Pa. 

MAitv A. CUHTiss Medina. 

AlJItlE E. CUSHMAN Mattooii, 111. 

M utY A. DuA.N - :SIilaii. 

Anms IJ. Foku Peovia, 111. 

Fannie F. Foku Peoria, 111. 

Enuie .1. Hamilton ClarkslnuK, Ind. 

Em.ex a. Hayes Hanover. 

Mauy .1. Landen Erie, Pa. 

Hauuiet Lee Kenosha, Wis. 

Julia Lewi.s Pleasanton, Mich. 

Cauoeine E. Mastick Rockport. 

Estelle McClum Ravenna. 

Ernestine Mergleb Wheeling, Dl. 

Lucy H. Metcalf. Elyria. 

Sylvia W. Mount Frederiektown. 

Mauy C. Monroe Oberlin. 

Anna C. Powers Oberlin. 

Nora Reed Plymouth. 

Mauy K. Rich Elyria. 

Fannie Uosecrans Henrietta. 

Ellen C. Shaw Covert, Mich. 

Mauy Strieby Newark, N. .T. 

Jennie Sutton Lapeer, Mich. 

Lottie J. Viets Oberlin. 

Emily K. Wait Ravenna. 

Leonora Wiieelock Oberlin. 

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NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Hattie Abbott Huntington, "W. Va. 

Jennie D. Ackelson Oberlin. 

Addie E. Adair Osawottomie, Kan. 

Mattie M. Adams - Clarksfield. 

Alice Alexander Oberlin. 

LiLLiE L. Allen Cleveland. 

Maria Allen Rockport, N. Y. 

M. Kate Allen - Middleport. 

Amanda Ames Mantua. 

Sadie A. Anderton Bedford. 

Flora Andrews .Camden. 

Easter Armstrong - New Haven, Ct. 

Emily L. Bacon Burlington, Ct. 

Edna C. Bailey Amherst. 

Ella M. Bailey Oberlin. 

Ora O. Baker _.- _ Lucas. 

Minnie A. Barlow Cleveland. 

Julia Barnard.. Oberlin. 

Alice Barnes... Townsend. 

Emma M. Barnes Hardwick, Mass. 

Hattie A. Barnes Four Corners. 

LuRA L. Barnes Hardwick, Mass. 

Mary E. B.^rnes Fitchville. 

Sarah Barrett Marion. 

Mand.\ D. Beach Rusffles. 

Mary Be.\ch Rugrgles. 

Mary C. Bell Henrietta. 

Williana H. Benchley Houston, Texas. 

Minnie M. Bently Bedford. 

Clara J. Biddle Bucyrus. 

Lottie E. Bingham Cleveland. 

JuLi.A^ M. Bishop .^..Laporte. 

Mary E. Blanchard Birmingham. 

Rosa M. Blount Evansville, Ind. 

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NAMHs. RESIDENCES. 

Maui \ Itu ah iiwait Pittsfleld. 

M.VHCiA A. lluAV Kollorsville. 

l,iiiiiih: A. UUEWSTKK Oberlin. 

I'AN.MK HuKiGS Moneoyc, N. Y. 

Alice U. Bhown Oberlin, 

Cl.iha niiowN Chagrin Falls. 

K.M.MA IIkow.v Oberlin. 

II ATTiK liuvANT Vemiillion. 

Mi.NMK HfusLKV Wakenmn. 

Sadie IJutson Oberlin. 

StrsAN A. Caooon Avon. 

Jennie Camekon Kelley's Island. 

l-'.M.MA M. Cauvku Manchester, Vt. 

Eva J. Cease Amherst. 

Ida Cease Amher.st. 

JosiE Chapman Huntiiifrton. 

Lizzie C. Chase Edinburg. 

Ida A. Childs Cha;Qrrin Falls. 

Minnie A. Chubb Dover. 

Caimhe a. CL.4PP Hunts))urg. 

Alice Clakk Twinsburg. 

E. Lkmiiia Clark _ Ravenna. 

Hattik S. Clahk Huntin','ton. 

Leila E. Clark Hudson. 

Mahv T1. Clahk Ravenna. 

Minnie a. Clakk Huntington. 

Julia M. Clay Fairview, Idaho. 

Lizzie A. Cochran Twinsburg. 

Ida Comstock Oberlin. 

Zephyr Comstock Oberlin. 

Jennie Corp Dexter City. 

Maui a Crosby Nelson. 

Alice Crum rine Troy. 

•Ii-LIA E. Curry Cross Creek, Pa. 

Ida Cuykendall Bucyrus. 

Lena S. Davis Cxalena, HI. 

Carrie E. ;)ay.... Sheffield. 

Lii.i.iK S. Day Sheffield. 

Ei.KiK DeXn Oberlin. 

Ko.XANA Dereemer Wakeman. 

HATfiK Derr Sharon. 

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N VMES. RESIDENCES. 

Mattie F. Dodge Ravenna. 

Clara Doskell - - Greensburg, Tnd. 

S. Louise Dott - East Springfield, Pa. 

Ettie L. Douglas - Berlin Heights. 

Letitia Douglas - - -Berlin Heights. 

Nellie Douglas Berlin Heights. 

May R. Drake.. ..Marion. 

Ella J. Dwyer.. West Berkshire, Vt. 

Alice L. Eames Chicago, 111. 

Nora E. Earl Plymouth. 

JuLi.A^ Edwards Warren. 

Nellie A. Eggleston Aurora. 

Kate L. Ellett Bedford. 

Lillie M. Ellis .Oberlin. 

Florence Ewalt .Howland. 

Ella J. Farrar Oberlin. 

Lucy M. Fellows Cleveland. 

Anna L. Ferguson Henrietta. 

Helen L. Ferguson Henrietta. 

Ella Fitzgerald Painesville. 

Mame Fitzpatrick - .Columbiana. 

May Fletcher Ravenna. 

Jennie Freeman Oberlin. 

Florence E. Gage Olmstead. 

Eva a. Gardner Mallet Creek. 

Ell.a. E. Gates New London. 

Pearly Gates Perrjsburg. 

Nettie J. Gawn Amherst. 

Jennie L. Gott La Grange. 

Maggie Graham Carlisle. 

Ida M. Hadden Euclid. 

Emma C. Hall - Hudson. 

JuLi.-i. Hammond Detroit, Mich. 

Martha R. Hanchett Twinsburg. 

Mary C. Harrison Granville, 111. 

Annie E. Harter Crawfordsville. 

Jessie Hartshorn Marblehead. 

Annie E. Hatch Worcester, Mass. 

Callie p. Hayes Middlefield. 

Emma E. Healey Brooklyn. 

Flora A. Heath Florence. 

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NAMES. RESIDEN'CKS. 

Ai.icK Hexhy Oberlin. 

Dei.i.a .1. Hi( KOK Mecca. 

Ma Id A Hkks - Danville. 

Mattie Higbek Cleveland. 

luA A. HiociNS -Henrietta. 

Alice Hinmax Edinl)urK. 

Aketiusa Hohh.'5 Eleie, Mich. 

Si'SiE E. HOBBS Elsie, Mich. 

Liu-iEN HOLBROOK Cleveland. 

Fkances J. Hoi.LiDAY Springfield. 

L. Ada Holliday Sprinpfleld. 

Ada Holman Fort Wayne, Ind. 

Mauv Hoi-mden Cleveland. 

Adah V. HoRR Ravenna. 

EviE Howe Hillsborough. 

Cauuie HiiiniARD Cincinnati. 

E. .1. Hr 15 HARD Oberlin. 

Diana A. Hull Ru.ssia. 

Anna Htrliurt Chicago. 

Sallik a. Hutchinson ... Nevada. 

MACfiiE M. Hutchinson Nevada. 

Carrie Imes Benzonia, Mich. 

IlETSEV A. Jackson Pittsburgh. 

Alice Jacobs Lafayette. 

Carrie E. Jewett ...Newburg. 

Anna M. Johnson Burton. 

Ella Johnson Huntington. 

LovisA A. Johnston Johnson. 

Hki.i.e Jordan Greencastle, Ind. 

Makv J. Kelsey Brownsburg. 

Susie Kendalf Cavendish, Vt. 

Esther Kendeioh Amherst. 

Ha( MEi. Kern Lodi. 

Sarah M. Kimball Green Bay, Wis, 

Adelia King Oberlin. 

Lottie A. Kingsbury Detroit, Mich. 

Linnie La Dow Oberlin. 

Maria L. Lamb Oberlin. 

LiLUE M. Lamson Cleveland. 

Em. A A. Lane Twinsburg. 

Emma Leach Traverse City, Mich. 

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NAMES. REEIDEN-CES. 

Hattie Leach Traverse City, Mich. 

Victoria E. Leavell -.. Cincinnati. 

Mary T. Leonard.. Oberlin. 

Eliza J. Lester — Avon. 

Nellie Lewis - Oberlin. 

Lizzie H. Lincoln Antwerp. 

Gertie Long - Marion. 

Mary C. Longbon Eaton. 

Maria H. Loomis Charleston. 

Mary F. Loomis Huntsburg. 

Flora Lovel.4ND New Haven. 

Claka E. Luellan Westfield. 

Stell.a. E. Madison Rome, Ind. 

Hattie Mallory South Haven, Mich. 

Augusta Marshall Rochester. 

Hattie E. Martling St. Louis, Mo. 

Mary Mawhir Westfleld, N. Y. 

H.'K.ttie L. McDowell .Oberlin. 

Eva M. McIntyre De Kalb. 

Della McLeod Oberlin. 

Annie Mead Hartland. 

Kittie I. Meyers Janesville, Mich. 

Libbie S. Mills - Elyria. 

Alice J. Minton Tontogany. 

Hettie C. Minton Tontojrany. 

Lillie C. Minton Tontogany. 

Ada E. Mitchell Ridgeville. 

Libbie Moles Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Mary Moles Pittsljurgh, Pa. 

Mary Montgomery. Huiricane, Miss. 

Rebecca Montgomery Hurricane, Miss. 

Emma Moore Galesbure, 111. 

Lottie Moore Galesburg, 111. 

Mary A. Moore Martin. 

Emma Morehead Benton Ridge. 

Frankie Morse ..Oberlin. 

Kittie Morse Oberlin. 

Laura Mosher Brighton. 

Carrie L. Munger Jonesville, Mich. 

Fannie M. Nelson Olm.stead. 

Eva M. Nettleton Medina. 

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NAMF.S. RESIDENCES. 

K.MMA A. Oi'Kciui) Oberlin. 

Cahiuk M. I'aioe Russia. 

.Ii i.iA M. I'AUJE -Russia. 

A .N.N A I'AHKEK - Altamont, Tenn. 

Chloe Fauks West Farinington. 

.Mav G. Pauks Huntington. 

Ella Peak Berlin Heights. 

Hattie a. Peet.^ Mesopotamia. 

Ella G. Pelton _ Vermillion. 

Maky C. Penfield Oberlin. 

Edith Pettibo.ne Germanville. 

Emma E. Philips East Cleveland. 

Helen L. Poe Ravenna. 

Alice U. 1'ohter Nova. 

Sakaii a. Pokter Catawba Island. 

LiniiiE Prosser Hartland. 

Nebraska Quigley .-Vermillion. 

Anna E. Uamsdell Marblehead. 

May Reed Monroe. 

Elsie Rey.nolds Painesville. 

Lucretia Ricei Ripley. 

Flora Richardson Westfleld. 

Ida Rollin North Eaton. 

Ph ebe M. Rollinson Pi ttsfleld. 

H. Lizzie Rood Oberlin. 

Mary L. Russell Rootstown. 

Florence K. Ryan Grafton. 

Eliza K. Sanderlin Portsmouth. 

S. Uelle Sayre West Liberty. 

Alice Searle Berkshire. 

Fannie A. Sessions Cleveland. 

Lacra E. Sharpe Waltham, Mass. 

Fannie A. Sheldon Adrian, Mich. 

Addie Sheh.man Marengo. 

JE.SSIE S. Si.MMONS Graf ton. 

LocLsE M. Singer Waterville. 

Cora K. Slemons Corydon, Ind. 

Marcia a. Slemons Corydon, Ind. 

Ella A. Smith Olmstead. 

Laimia C. Smith Adams Mills. 

Lepha Smith Huntington. 

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NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Matilda Smith Boswell. 

Mary E. Smithey ._ - St. Louis, Mo. 

Lucy L. Snow Avon. 

Lydia E. Spaulding --- Henrietta. 

Mattie E. Spensley _. Galena, 111. 

Frankie Spitzer -- - Medina. 

ELiz.i E. Stekle - ISIelniore. 

AdelLiA p. Steyrns -- Oneida, III. 

Maggie E. Stevens West Jefferson. 

Fannie P. Ston-e Tallniadjje. 

Nellie Sutliff Carlisle. 

ASENA I. Tanner St. Louis, Mo. 

Ukstjla L. Taylor Allegan, Mich. 

Clar.\ M. Tennant Camden. 

Dora E. Thomas Greenwich. 

Ada a. Thompson Hudson. 

Emma Thompson Syracuse, N. Y. 

.Maky G. Thompson Kensington, Mich. 

Maky Townsend Sheffield. 

C.A.RRIE L. Towson Cleveland. 

LuELLA S. Trowbridge ...Russia. 

Laura E. Truesdale Four Corners. 

Hattie E. Van Ostrand Neenah. Wis. 

Nellie Van Tyne Cincinnati. 

Bertha E. Waite Batavia. N. Y. 

Lottie B. Walker Amherst. 

Lizzie M. Warner Oberlin. 

Bell.\ L. Waters Bristol, Pa. 

Emma S. Webster Four Corners. 

Matilda B. Wehrmeister Oberlin. 

Bella J. Wells Claridon. 

Maby a. Whedon Hinkley. 

Aggie Whitney Pittsfleld. 

Mary B. Wilcox Russia. 

Ella Willard Baraboo, Wis^ 

Florence C. Williams Lafayette. 

Sarah A. Williams Westfleld. 

Viola Wilson Wakeman. 

Ettie Winchell Kingsbury, Ind. 

Carrie H. Witham Dover. 

Della Wood .Carlisle. 

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NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Err IK W. Wood Carlisle. 

1, 1 1 1 A A . W o( ) n KOKD Hartford . 

.III. I A A. WoousoN Berlin Heij^hts. 

Li I. I.I t: WvANUT Wilinot. 

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FACTJLTT. 



JAMES H. FAIKCHILD, President. 

FENELON B. RICE, Director. 

EDWARD E. KELSEY. HELEN M. RICE. L. CELESTIA WATTLES. 

LOUISE S. PARKER. CAMILLA M. NETTLETON. 



STT7DE1TTS. 



GENTLEMEN 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

George W. Andrews Oberlin. 

Ernest F. Appy.. , Rochester, N. Y. 

James S. Bailey - Benzonia, Mich. 

Bolivar K. Beach -. Pittsfield. 

Augustus G. Bell - Oberlin. 

Edward W. Blake - Amherst. 

J. Willie Brindle North Springfield, Pa. 

Charles S. Brown Oberlin. 

Lyman W. Burr Oberlin. 

Grin B. Cady Oberlin. 

Harry Cake West Independence. 

Howard H. Carter Tallmadge. 

Henry L. Castle North Eaton. 

William B. Chamberlain North Springfield, Pa. 

Harry A. Cook New Oberlin. 

William Doggett Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

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NAMES. RES.DENCKS. 

Fr^ntis H. Geek Obcrliii. 

E/.HA 1$. Ckkh Tabor, Iowa. 

Wii, 1,1AM H. (IKANNIS - Oberlin. 

Ckohcjk S. Chiffith - Castleton. N. Y. 

FiiANK W. Hahuington Warren. 

HOMKlt 15. IIOLCOAIB - Milo, 111. 

Ja.mes W. Holton Oberlin. 

DousEY W. Hyde Titusville, Pa. 

Thomas H. .lEWEi.t..... Oberlin. 

Ai.KXANDiCH Johnston Pittsburg, Pa. 

Frank A. Kei.ley Milan. 

Wii.i.AHii Kimball - Oberlin. 

Hekhert D. Lafferty - Toledo. 

Georce D. Lyon .Maquoketa, Iowa. 

Solon F. Massey - - Sandusky. 

Charles E. Monroe Oberlin. 

Frank Mowry - Milan. 

Mautin I). Mugan - London, Ontario, 

Hknkv Okkwyler New Washington. 

William H. Osuorn Hamden. 

William J. Paddock Baraboo, Wis. 

Harlan Pomeroy Strongsville. 

Charles B. Rice Greensburg. 

Herhert W. Kollin — Eaton. 

Lucius S. Smiih Cumberland. 

Stephen D. Smith Manchester, Mo. 

James W. Starr Wellington. 

Nathan C. Underbill New London. 

George C. Westervelt Oberlin. 

George F. Willis Corinth, Miss. 

William C. Woods Greenwood, Ind. 

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LADIES. 

NAMES. KE-IDENCES. 

Carrie N. Allen Oberlin. 

M. Kate Allen.. Middleport. 

H. LiLLiE Anderson Oberlin. 

Anna M. Andrews _ East Clarltsfleld. 

Lottie E. Andrews Little Rock, Ark. 

Bessie P. Applegate Oberlin. 

S. Frances Asper _ Chillicothe, Mo. 

Addie M. B.\ckus Oberlin. 

Emma L. Bacon Burlington, Conn. 

Estelle a. Bailey Oberlin. 

M. Anna Baker Oberlin. 

Ora O. B.\ker Mansfield. 

Esther A. Barnes Tallmadge. 

Maggie B. Barnes Cumberland. 

Betsey Barrett Clarksville. 

SAR.4H Barrett Marion. 

Sallie M. Barrows Oberlin. 

Alice E. Bartelle _ Oberlin. 

Nellie A. Bartelle Oberlin. 

Maky a. Beach Kuggles. 

Mary K. Beach _ Buggies. 

Wanda D. Be.4.ch Haggles. 

WiLLiANA Benchley HoustoH, Texas. 

Della Benham Norwalk. 

Clara M. Benn Oil City, Pa. 

Sarah A. Benson Beloit, Wis. 

Cl.\ra J. BiDDLE ..Bucyrus. 

Alice D. Bierce Tallmadge. 

Lottie E. Bingham -Cleveland. 

Ell.a R. Bishop Oberlin. 

JuLi.i M. Bishop Laporte. 

Lilian E. Blachly _.. Cameron, Mo. 

Cassie K. Bonewitz Van Wert. 

Erankie E. Bosworth--- Oberlin. 

Sarah A. Bradley Bangkok, Siam. 

LiBBiE A. Brewster Sandusky. 

Fannie E. Briggs Honeoye, N. Y. 

Emma G. Brown _ Oberlin. 

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NAMFS. RESIDENCES. 

MA<;(iiK .1. ('Ai.i.vHAN Brantford, Ontario. 

M. Jen.me Cannan - Camden. 

Ei.LA Capi'EU Fremont. 

Alice Caul?:ton St. Clair, Mich. 

C?:lestia a. Cakpenter Mount Gilead. 

Nettie C.\hpentf:r Eaton. 

Lizzie K. Case - West Bloomfleld, N.Y. 

Em.a L. Chamiieks Bucyrus. 

Maky J. Chambers Seville. 

Mattie M. Chase Buel, N.Y. 

Ida a. Childs Chagrin Falls. 

Lydia L. Chhyst Lordstown. 

C.\hrie a. Clai'p Huntsburg. 

L. Edith Ct.ark Oberlin. 

Etta J. Clark Huntsburg. 

E. Lemira Clark Ravenna. 

Mary D. Clark Ravenna. 

Mary E. Coates.. Benzonia, Mich. 

Jennie E. Cohurn Oberlin. 

Annie E. Cole Randolph. 

Clara J. Comings ...Oberlin. 

Cora B. Cool?:y Walieman. 

Mary D. Coon Salineville. 

Harriet S. Cooper.. Fredericktown, Pa. 

LiLLiE Cooper Brownhelm. 

Gertie Crapser Lyons, Iowa. 

Oricy V. Crocker Galesburg, 111. 

TiLLiE M. Crouse De Kalb. 

Addie M. Crowley Randolph, N. Y. 

DoLLiE L. CuLP Oberlin. 

Mary S. Cummings Clifton, 111. 

Hattie CtRRY Cross Creek, Pa. 

Clara S. Curtis Medina. 

Amy M. Curtiss Oberlin. 

Ida M. Cuykendall Bucyrus. 

Mary .1. Davis Sandy Creek, N. Y. 

Mary A. Dean Milan. 

Fannie L. Deering Buchanan, Mich. 

Clara C. Deming Oberlin 

Helen G. De Voe Newcastle, Pa. 

Kosr. IJ. Dickson Independence, Iowa. 

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NAMES, RESIDW.NCES. 

MATTrE F. Dodge Ravenna. 

Clara Doxnell Greensburg, Ind. 

Mary M. Drake Le Sueur, Minn. 

May R. Drake Marion. 

Mame C. Eaton Norwalk. 

Carrie C. Ekert Millbury. 

Hattie C. Eldred Elyria. 

Rettie Eltox - Lordstown. 

Susan B. Eshbaugh Tama City, 

Mary E. Felton - Oberlin. 

Mame Fitzpatrick - Columbiana. 

Mary L. Fobes Oberlin. 

Fannie F. Ford Peoria, 111. 

Ida E. Ford,- Haggles. 

Frances A. French Oberlin. 

Ethie E. Fry Kenton. 

Mattie B. Fry Kenton. 

Lucy Fuller Oberlin. 

Alice Gager Oberlin. 

Ev.A. A. Gardner York. 

Pearly Gates Perrysburg. 

Allie H. Geer Oberlin. 

JuLLi. D. Geer Edinburg. 

Ida a. GibbS- Oberlin. 

Ella J. Gilchrist Oberlin. 

Edith A. Gipson Plymouth. 

Jessie B. Godd.\rd Elk Rapids, Mich. 

Alice Hadden Euclid. 

Myra a. Hale Oberlin. 

Enrie J. Hamilton Clarksburg, Ind. 

Ella. A. Hardy East Clarksfleld. 

M.4.RY C. Harrison Granville, 111. 

Cora C. Hart Sandusky. 

Mary L. Hart ...Edinburg. 

Angle K. H.atch Lisle, 111. 

Flora E. He-^th Florence. 

LORETTA B. Hedden. .DeWitt, Iowa. 

Jennie Henry ...Oberlin. 

Floy C. Hinckley "Waukegan, III. 

Maggie A. Hine .Berlin Heights. 

Ada E. Hitchcock Perrysburg. 

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NAMKS. RESIDENCES. 

LiMAN E. Hoi.uuoOK Cleveland. 

ItosA r. lliii.iiKOOK Pittsfleld. 

Emma L. Holm Cleveland. 

Cahkik a. IIowAni) Cincinnati. 

Emma Howauu Newton Falls. 

Geohoia a. Howe Elyiia. 

Diana A. Hui-l Oberlin. 

Mary M. Hunt - Otto, N. Y. 

NoKA Huntku -- - Clyde. 

Jknnie L. Huntley Oberlin. 

Eva Lilian Hutchings Oberlin. 

Lucy Adelaide Hutchings Oberlin. 

E.mma W. Jackson Oberlin. 

Jennie K. Jackson. Oberlin. 

Caurie E. Jewett Newburg. 

Ella A. Jewett Laporte. 

Anna JI. Johnson Burton. 

Ida J. Jones Lagrange. 

Hulda Kauffelt Mount Sterling. 111. 

Fannie M. Keep Oberlin. 

Mary Kelley Marblehead. 

E.MMA Kellogg Ashland. 

Lei'iia a. Kklsky Brighton. 

Salena Kilgore Polk. 

Sarah M. Kimball Green Bay, Wis. 

Jennie R. King Savannah. 

Lilian M. Lamson Cleveland. 

Ida a. Lammikar Oberlin. 

Victoria E. Leavell Cincinnati. 

Carrie Lee Clyde. 

Clara E. Leonard Willoughby. 

Nellie M. Lewis Oberlin. 

Sarah Lindsay ^... Perrysburg. 

Mary A. Lii-scomii Oberlin. 

Helen F. Loveland '. Oberlin. 

Clara S. Ludlow Knoxvillc, Tenn. 

Clara Estelle Luellen Westfield. 

Hattie J. Lyman Tallmadge. 

Hattie M. Mallory South Haven, Mich. 

Adella E. Mann Oberlin. 

Carrie E. Mastuk Rockport. 

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NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

EsTELLA A. McClun .Raveniia. 

Maky E. McDowell -,. - Oberlin. 

Adela McLeod - -- Oberlin. 

Lauka E. McMull -Coshocton. 

Addie a. Mead _ Oberlin. 

Alice E. Mead Oberlin. 

Nellie A. Meuriam _ Lagrange. 

Lucy H. Metcalf Elyria. 

KiTTiE I. Meyers - - - Janesville, Wis. 

Libbie S. Mills Elyria. 

Maky C. Monroe Oberlin. 

A. Jennie Montgomery Oberlin. 

Uebecca C. Montgomery Hurricane, Miss. 

A. Moon Oberlin. 

Sarept.v L. >[<)0N. Avon. 

Sue E. Mt)REHOusE Norwalk. 

Lottie E. Morison... Oberlin. 

Mattie L. Morison ...Oberlin. 

Frankie M. Morse Oberlin. 

Kittie Morse Oberlin. 

Hattie a. Munoer Chicago. 

Mary S. Myers Mansfield. 

Oleatha G. Neelet Fincllay. 

Camilla M. Nettleton Oberlin. 

Minnie J. Nettleton _. Oberlin. 

May- Newkirk Ashland. 

Rosa L. O^VEN , Townsend. 

LuRA E. Palmer Willoughby. 

Ad.a M. Parker Liverpool. 

Louise S. Parker Lindenville. 

Mattie A. Parker... Chagrin Falls. 

May G. Parks Huntington. 

Kittie F. Patterson ._ Oberlin. 

Emily' E. Peck Oberlin. 

Jennie M. Peck Oberlin. 

Ann.a J. Penfield Oberlin. 

Mary C. Penfield Oberlin. 

Emma E. Phillips Fast Cleveland. 

Dora D. Phipps - Elyria. 

Sarah A. Porter Catawba Island. 

Anna C. Prentiss - -Monroeville. 

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NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

K.MMA Phick Steaniburg, N. Y. 

Mauy a. Prossek - — New London. 

1{ A( MK.r. ('. I'Luny - Antwerp. 

Mauy Hkau Monroe. 

Eva L. IIeihngton Oberlin. 

Nora Reed - Plymouth. 

Elsie J. Reynolds PainesvUle. 

Cr.AUA Ij. Rice Greensburg. 

LuCKETiA IL Rice Ripley. 

Flora Richardson Westlield. 

Eunice 0. Rider Cleveland. 

Jennie F. Ridlon Lawrence, Mi(^h. 

Florence K. Ryan Grafton. 

Eli/.a K. Sanderlin Portsmouth. 

Clara A. Saxton Lagrange. 

Marion J. Sayles Antwerp. 

Laura A. Sharpe Waltham, Mass. 

Allte B. Sherman Wakeman. 

Lizzie H. Sherman Elyria. 

Carrie E. Slayton Coshocton. 

Ruth G. Slayton Coshocton. 

Marcia a. Slemons .Corydon, Tnd. 

Laura C. Smith Adams' Mills. 

Mary S. Smith Alden, Iowa. 

Makv Snyder Oberlin. 

Elkanora O. Steele Nashville, Tenn. 

Maggie E. Stevens West Jeflersou. 

Louise M. Streck Milan. 

Mary Strieuy Newark, N. J. 

Jennie M. Sutton Lapeer, Mich. 

Fannie E. Talkes Pittsfleld. 

Kate I. Taylor Williamsburg, Ind. 

Ursula L. Taylor Allegan, Mich. 

Edith M. Thomas Geneva. 

Sallik J. Thompson Ijmzil, Ind. 

May Thornton Michigan City, Ind. 

Helen U. Tinker Oberlin. 

EniTH M. Treat Cleveland. 

Bertha E. Waite Batavia, N. Y. 

Florence Wallace Northfleld. 

Bella I,. Waters Bristol. 

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NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Carrie E. Watkins -. - Morgan. 

Theano Wattles - Oberlin. 

Etta M. Webster - Red Wing, Minn. 

Nellie C. Wheeler - Cleveland. 

Amelia White .Cincinnati. 

L. Lottie Wilbur -- Oberlin. 

Amy E. Willcutt Oberlin 

Etta E. Willcutt Oberlin. 

Florence J. Williams Whittlesey. 

Sarah A. Williams Westfield. 

Viola A. Wilson ...Wakeman. 

Hattie B. Wood Eagle Mills. 

Anna R. Woods... Gardner, 111. 

Tena C. Woodworth West Williamsfleld. 

Ursula Woodworth New Haven. 

Sarah A. Worcester Oberlin. 

Lizzie P. Wright _ Oberlin. 

Ladles 260. 



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THEOLOGICAL DEPAHT5IENT. 

Senior': 8 

Middles 20 Gentlemen 4i 

JcNioRs ., ]8 Ladies ~ 

COLLEGE DEPARTMENT. 

Seniors 28 

Juniors _ 33 

Sophomores.. 39 Gentlemen 124 

Freshmen 39 Ladies 15 

— — 189 

SCIENTIFIC DEPARTMENT. 

Seniors _ 3 

Juniors _ 5 

SOPHOMORfeS S 

Freshmen 32 

— 48 

LADIES' DEPARTMENT. 

FouxTH Year IT 

Third Year __ 25 

Second Year 28 

First Year 63 

Select CoiRSE ..... .S3 

— 166 

PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT. 

CLASSICAL COURSE. 

Seniors 62 

Middles 78 Gentlemen 228 

Jonioks 102 Ladies 14 

— — 243 

ENGLISH COUR-E. 

Gentlemen 257 

Ladies 284 

— .541 

— 788 
CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC. 

Gentlemen 47 

Ladies 260 

— 807 

TOTAI 1489 

Deducting those reckoned twia 118 

Whole Number of Gentlemen 723 

Whole Nu.mber of Ladies 648 

COHRECTED TOTAL 1371 

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The TheoloqicaTv Depahtsient is designed primarily to prepare young men 
for the Christian ministry. But since some who are qualifying themselves for 
chairs of instruction, or for S:ibl)ath School or lay missionary work, desire the 
advantages of theological study, .such persons also are received to its classes on 
the same general terms as others. 

The conditions of admission to this Department are hopeful piety and a Col- 
legiate education, or its equivalent. Applicants are expected to bring a certificate 
of membership in some evangelical church. Students from other Theological 
Seminaries are admitted ad eundcm on presenting a regular dismission; and 
persons may be admitted to advanced standing in any of the classes on satisfac- 
tory examination in the studies already pursued. 

The Terms and Vacations are the same in all Departments of the Institution, 
and will be found in the Calendar. 

Students in Theology incur no expense for tuition, for the use of the library, 
or of public rooms, or for any incidental purposes. Other expenses will vary 
according to the personal habits and tastes of each Student. 

Aid is afforded by the American and the Ohio Education Societies to such 
Students as are preparing for the ministry. The Seminary has also a special fund 
tor the aid of Students, from which several may receive a partial support. 

The Preparatory Department furnishes opportunity for teaching, at reasonable 
compensation. Assistance may also be derived to some extent from the supply 
of vacant pulpits in the vicinity. With reasonable prudence and economy, any 
Student may pursue his course without serious interruption or embarrassment. 

The Regular Course in this Seminary occupies three years, and the sub.iects of 
instruction are distributed as follows : 

JUNIOR YEAR. 

Hebrew — Elements and E.\egesis ; Greek Harmony of the Gospels ; Natural Theology ; 
History ; Hf^miletics ; Elocution ; especial prominence being given to the departments of 
Greek and Hebrew Exegesis. 

MIDDLE YEAR. 

Revealed Theology ; Homiletics ; History ; Exegesis of Selections from the New Testa- 
ment with Lectures in Biblical Theologj' ; Exegesis of Selections from the Old Testament 
with Lectures on the Messianic Prophecies and Biblical Introduction ; Elocution ; especial 
prominence being given to the department of Systematic Theology. 

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SENIOR YEAR. 

Historj' and Positive In-.titutions ; Homiletics and Pastoral Theology; Exegesis of 
Selections from the New Testament with Lectures ; Exegesis of Selections from the Old 
Testament with Lectures; Elocution; especial prominence being given to the departments 
of Homiletics and History. 

LECTURES. 

Spcrial courses of Lectures are provided for upon Prophecy, Modern Scepti- 
cism, and Clmrcli Polity. 

Rhetorical Exekcises, consistintr of tlie reading of original essays, the 
delivery of original addresses, written and unwritten, and the extemporaneous 
discussion of questions, occur weekly, in which the members of all the classes 
participate in succession. Special prominence is given to extemporaneous 
speaking, or the delivery of thouglits yrrf pared but not written and committed 
to memory. In addition to this, the several classes receive special training in 
Elocution, including lessons in the Development of the Voice and in expression. 



SPECIAL COURSES. 

These are designed for such as have not had the advantage of a classical 
education, and for good reasons cannot acquire it, and yet are plainly called 
to the work of the ministry. For this da.ss of Students, various as they always 
will be in the character of their previous preparation, it is evident that no single 
course can be definitely shaped. Each candidate for this department of study 
Is examined with reference to his past ac(iuisiti(ins and present needs, and such 
a course is prescribed as best meets his particular case. Branches which he 
needs to pursue, belonging to the (^ollege courses, he is permitted to pursue 
with College classes and under the care of the College Profes.sors. Every 
recitation room in the entire Institution is open, without charge for tuition, to 
such Students, and any branch of study in which they need instruction may 
be pursucd-not by themselves with occa.sional assistance from a Professor, but 
in stimulating contact with large and enthusiastic classes. Thus they have the 
best possible advantages without adding to the burdens of the Theological 
Faculty. They may profitably attend all the lectures of the Seminary except 
those in Hebrew and Greek Exegesis. Those whose previous education qualifies 
them to pursue with profit and success the Regular Course, with the above 
exception, after devoting three fitU years to Theohniical Studies, will be permitted 
to graduate with the Students of the Regular Course. While pursuing their 
studies they will be regarded as members of th^ classes with which they meet 
in the Lecture Room, being designated only l)y the .separate position of their 
names in the annual catalogue. Tho.se who pursue two full years of Theological 
study will be entitled to a certificate which designates them as Special Course 
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COLLEGE DEPARTMENT. 



Candidates for admission to the Freshman Class are examined in the 
common English Branches; the Grammar of the Latin and Greek Languages; 
Caesar, one Book; Sallust's Catiline; four of Cicero's Select Orations; Virgil's 
^neid, five Books ; Harkness' Latin Prose Composition, Parts First and Second ; 
Xenophon's Anabasis, three Books; Homer's Iliad, two Books; Olney's School 
Algebra, or an equivalent ; Plane Geometry ; Ancient History; English Analysis ; 
History of the United States; and Alden's Science of Government. 

Candidates for a higher standing are examined in the same, and also in the 
studies previously pursued by the class to which they desire admission. 

No admission to the Senior Class is allowed later than the beginning of the 
second term. 

The Annual Examination for admission to College will occur on Tuesday, 
September 1st, at 9 o'clock. 

FRESHMAN CLASS. 



First Term Algebra, 

Memorabilia, . . 

Livy, .... 

Second Term Geometry, .... 

Conic Sections, 

Greek Prose Composition, 

Horace, 

Third Term Plane and Spherical Trigonometrj', 

Thucydides, . . 

Juvenal. 

Roman Antiquities, 



Olney. 

Robbins. 

Chase and Stuart. 

Olney. 

Olney. 

Arnold. 

Chase and Stuart. 

Loom is. 
Teubner. 

Smith. 



SOPHOMORE CLASS. 

First Term Odyssey, ...... Owen. 

Cicero's Philosophical Works. 

Analytical Geometrj', .... Loomis. 

Calculus, ...... Loomis. 

Second Term Mechanics and Hydrostatics, . . . Olmsted. 

Herodotus, ...... Mather. 

I Botany, ..... . Gray. 

German, ...... Whitney. 

Third Term Sophocles — Electra, .... Jebb. 

Botany, ...... Gray. 

Evidences of Christianity, . . . Hopkins. 

German, ...... Whitney. 



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JUNIOR CLASS. 

First Term Natural Philosophy, 

Logic, . . . . . 

German, Schiller's Thirty Years' War. 
Pliny the Younger, or Plautus. 
Klocution. 

Skcond Term Demosthenes, 

Chemistry — Lectures. 

Art of Discourse, 

Tacitus, .... 

Roman Literature. 

Third Term Zoology- — Lectures. 

Astronomy, .... 

Chemistry — Review. 
Tacitus, .... 

Roman Literature. 



Olmsted. 
Jevon. 



Champlin. 



Day. 
Tyler. 



Olmsted. 
Tyler. 



SENIOR CLASS. 



First Term Mental Philosophy, 

Plato, 

Greek Testament, 

Physiology — Lectures. 

Klocution. 

Second Term Mental Philosophy — Lectures. 

English Literature, 
Moral Philosophy, 
Butler's Analogy. 
Political Economy, 

Third Term Geologj — Lectures. 

History — Lectures. 
Lectures on Art. 
Political Economy, 
Elocution. 



Porter. 

Wagner. 

Tischendorf. 



Shaw. 
Fairchild. 



Mill. 



Mill. 



Lessons in the English Bible, Compositions, Declamations and Extempora- 
neous Discussions, weekly, and public orifrinal Declamations monthly, through- 
out the Course. 



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SCIENTIFIC DEPARTMENT. 



Candidates for admission to the Freshman Class are examined in English 
Grammar and Analysis; Arithmetic; Olney's School Algebra, or an equivalent ; 
Plane Geometry; Latin Grammar and Latin Reader through Fables ; History of 
the United States, and Geography. 

Candidates for a higher standing are examined in the same, and also in the 
studies previously pursued by the class to wliich they desire admission. 



FKESHMAN CLASS, 

First Term Algebra, .... 

Latin Reader completed, 

Latin Prose Composition to Part H, 

Book- Keeping. 

Second Term Ca;sar, .... 

Latin Prose Composition to Lesson 54, 
Geometry — Conic Sections, 
Physical Geography. 



Olney. 

Harkness. 

Harkness. 

Chase and Stuart. 

Harkness. 

Olney. 



'. Third Tkkm.. 


..Historj- of Rome, . . . . . 


Smith. 




Cicero's Orations, .... 


Chase and Stuart. 




Latin Prose Composition to Lesson 68, 


Harkness. 




Plane and Spherical Trigonometry and Surveying, 


Loomis. 


, 


SOPHOMORE CLASS. 




First Term 


..Analytical Geometry and Calculus, 


Loomis. 




Virgil 


Chase and Stuart. 




History of Greece, . . . . . 


Smiih. 


Second Term.. 


..Mechanics and Hj'drostatics, 


Olmsted. 




Science of Government, .... 


Alden. 




Botany, ...... 


Gray. 




French, ...... 


Robertson. 


Third Term... 


..Evidences of Christianity, 


Hopkins. 




Botany, ...... 


Gray. 




Civil Engineering and Navigation. 






French. 






JUNIOR CLASS. 




First Term 


..Natural Philosophy , . 


Olmsted. 




Logic, ...... 


Jevon. 




German, ...... 


Whitney. 




Elocution. 






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Oberlin College. 



Second Term Chemistry— Lectures. 

Art o{ Discourse, 

German, 

Analysis of English Classics. 

TiiiRii Tfrm Zoologj — Lectures. 

Astronomy. 
Paley's Theology. 
Chemistry — Review. 



Day. 

Whitney, 



OInistetl. 



SENIOR CLASS. 



First Term. Mental Philosophy, 

History of Civilization, 
Physiology — Lectures. 

Elocution. 

Second Term Mental Philosophy — Lectures. 

Butler's Analogy. 
Moral Philosophy, 
English Literature. 
Political Economy, 

Third Term History — Lectures, 

Lectures on Art. 
Geology — Lectures. 
Political P'conomy, 
Elocution. 



Porter, 
(juizot. 



Fairchild. 

Shaw. 
Mill. 



Mill. 



Lessons in the Eiitrlisli Rible, Compositions, Declamations and Extempora- 
neous Discussions, wci'kly, throiit^liout tlie Course, and public orifrinal Declama- 
ti()n.s montlily, during the last two years. 



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Oberlin College. 



PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT. 



The Preparatory Department is under the same general supervision with 
the other Departments, and under the immediate direction and manajrement of 
the PrincipaL The members of this Department are subject to the same regu- 
lations as the students in the College. It is especially designed to prepare 
students for the College or Scientific Department ; but it is also adapted to meet 
the wants of those who require a good English education, for teaching Common 
Schools, or for general business. All the branches are taught in this Depart- 
ment, usually taught in High Schools and Academies. No students are admitted 
who have not advanced as far as Fractions in Arithmetic. 

The Senior Preparatory Class is taught by members of the Faculty; the 
other classe.s by teachers selected from the Theological and higher College 
Classes. 

A large portion of the Preparatory students are school teachers, or preparing 
to teach. The average age of the students in the Department is between 
nineteen and twenty years. 



CLASSICAL COUESE. 

To enter on this course, students will be examined in English Grammar 
through Syntax, Arithmetic through Percentage, and the Elements of Geogra- 
phy. Candidates for a higher standing will be examined in the studies previously 
pursued by the class to which they desire admission. 



JUNIOR CLASS. 

First Term Latin Grammar and Reader commenced, 

English Grammar, . . 

Geography, . . . . 

Second Term Latin Reader, 

English Analysis, 

Arithmetic, .... 

Third Term Latin Reader completed. 

Latin Prose Composition to Part II, 

United States History. 

Elocution, .... 



Harkness. 

Harvey. 

Guyot. 

Harkness. 

Greene. 

Ray or White. 

Harkness. 
Harkness. 
Anderson. 
National Fifth Reader. 



First Term. 



MIDDLE CLASS. 

.Caesar, one Book 

Latin Prose Composition to Lesson 54, 
Greek Grammar, 
Science of Government, 

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Chase and Stuart. 
Harkness. 
Hadley. 
Alden. 



Oberlin College. 


Second Tekm Cicero, two Orations, 


Chase .and Stuart. 


Latin Prose Composition to Lesson 68, . 


. Harkness. 


Greek, Grammar and Anabasis, 


Boise. 


Hi-tory of Rome. 


. .Smith. 


TiiiRii 'Ihkm Cicero, two Orations, 


Chase and Stuart. 


Latin Prose Composition to Part III, 


. Harkness. 


Anabasis, ..... 


Boise. 


History of Greece, 


. Smith. 


SENIOK CLASS. 




Fikst'Thkm Virgil, two Books, .... 


Chase and Stuart. 


Anabasis, ..... 


. Boise. 


Algebra, ..... 


Olney. 


Second Term Virgil, three Books, 


. Chase and Stuart. 


Anabasis, completed, .... 


Boise. 


Algebra, ..... 


. Olney. 


Third Tkkm Sallust— Conspiracy of Calalinc, 


Chase and Stjuart. 


Homer — Iliad, two Books, 


. Boise. 


Plane Geometry, .... 


Olney. 


Other text bdoks than those specified are not allowed in the recitation room. 


ENGLISH COUESE. 


.' 


Classes are organized— in the following studies: 




Arithmetic— Ray's, Third Part, two classes; Ray's 


Higher, two classes ; 


White's, complete. 




Grammar— Harvey's, three classes; Greene's Analysis 




Geography — Guyot's. two classes. 




Ei.ocuTMN AND READING — National Fifth Reader, two classes. . 


Orthography and Sphlling. 




Algebra— Olney's School, three classes. 




Geometry — Olney's, two classes. 




Quackenboss' Natural Philosophy. 




Dalton's Physiology. 




The following classes are organized in the Terms 


named : 


Alden's Science of Government, 


Kail and Spring. 


Smith's History of Rome, .... 


Spring and Summer. 


Smith's History of Greece, .... 


Fall and Summer. 


Anderson's History of the United States, 


Spring and Summer. 


Elements of Book-Keeping, .... 


Fall. 


Physical Geography, .... 


Spring. 


Trigonometry and Surveying, 


Summer. 


Biblical Antiquities, .... 


Fall. 


Lessons in the Knglish liihle and Rhetorical Exercises weekly for all the 


students in the Preparatory Deiiart inoiit. 




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LADIES' DEPARTMENT. 



The Ladies' Department is under the immediate direction of the Principa 
and the Assistant Principal, and the general supervision of the Ladies' Board of 
Managers and Faculty. 

The Course of Study is designed to give ladies facilities for thorough mental 
discipline, and the special training which will qualify them for teaching and the 
other duties of their sphere. The advanced classes are taught by the Professors, 
and recite with the College classes where their studies are the same. The lower 
classes are taught as the classes in the Prepai-atory Department, with which 
they usually recite. 

Ladies who apply for admission to the First year are examined in English 
Grammar and Analysis; Aritiimetic; Olney's School Algebra, or an equivalent; 
Latin Grammar and Latin Reader through the Fables; History of the United 
States, and Geography 

Ladies wishing to enter advanced classes will be examined in the previous 
studies of the Course, or present other evidence to the teacher of each study 
that they have pursued it elsewhere. 



FIRST YEAR. 

First Tekm Algebra completed, 

Latin Reader completed, 

Latin Prose Composition to Part II, 

Biblical Antiquities. 

Linear Drawing. 

Second Term Plane Geometry, . , 

Caesar, . . . ' . 

Latin Prose Composition to Lesson 54, 
Physical Geograpliy. 

Third Term Geometry completed — Conic Sections, 

Cicero's Orations, 

Latin Prose Composition to Lesson 68, 

History of Rome, 



Olney. 
Harkness. 
Harkness, 
Nevin. 

Olney. 

Chase and Stuart. 

Harkness. 

Olney. 

Chase and Stuart. 

Harkness. 

Smith. 



SECOND TEAR. 



First Term Plane and Spherical Trigonometry, 

Sallust, .... 

History of Gr'^ece, 

Second Term Botany, .... 

Science of Government, 
Mechanics and Hydrostatics, 
French. 



Olney. 

Chase and Stuart. 

Smith. 

Gray. 
Alden. 
Olmsted. 
Robertson, 





Oberlin 


College. 




TiiiKi> Term... 


.Botany, 




Gray. 




Evidences of Christianity, 


. • • 


Hopkins. 




Virgil, 


. 


Chase and Stuart. 




French. 








THIRD YEAR. 




First Term 


..Natural Philosophy, 
Logic, 


. 


Olmsted. 
Jevon. 






German, 


. 


Whitney. 


Second Term.. 


..Chemistrj — Lectures. 








Art of Discourse, 


. 


Day. 




German, 


. 


Whitney. 


TiiiKU Tekm... 


. .Zoologj'— Lectures. 








Astronomy, 


. 


Olmsted. 




Paley's Natural Theology. 








Chemistry— Review. 








FOURTH YEAR. 




First Term 


..Mental Philosophy, 


• 


Porter. 


A A ft^ k^f ft i*- fcrf *»■»• _ _ _ _ 


Physiology — Lectures. 




History of Civilization, 


. 


Guizot. 


Second Term.. 


..Mental Philosophy — Lectures. 






English T.iterature, 


. 


Shaw. 




Butler's Analogy. 








Political Economy, 


. 


Mill. 




Moral Philosophy, 


. 


Fairchild. 


Third Term... 


..Political Economy, 
Geology — Lectures, 
History — Lectures. 
Lectures on Art. 


• ■ • ■ 


Mill. 


Lessons* in 


the English Bible, and 


Exercises in Read 


ing and Composition, 


weekly throug 


'hout the Course. 








PREPARATORY COURSE 


. 


Ray's and White's Arithmetic. 


Orthography. 


English 


Grammar. 


Reading. 




Elocution. 


Harkness' 


Latin Grammar. 


Modern 


Geography. 


Algebra. 






History of the 


United States. 
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In the Theological Department Lectures are given on the subjects of the 
Course to all the classes throughout the year, and on special subjects during the 
second and third terms. 

In the College, Scientific and Ladies' Departments as follows : 

First Term. — Physiology; the Theory and Practice of Teaching; Natural Philosophy- 
Pneumatics, Acoustics, Electricity, Magnetism and Optics, and Meteorology. 

Second Term. — Moral Philosophy ; Mental Philosophy ; Butler's Analogy ; Chemistry ; 
Zoology ; Geology ; Natural Philosophy — Mechanics and Hydrostatics. 

Third Terji. — Geologj' ; Zoology; Political Economy; History; Ancient Literature: 
Fine Arts. 

Practical Lectures on General Habits, Methods of Study, and other important 
subjects, are delivered once in two weeks to the ladies, by the Principal of the 
Ladies' Department, and to the young men of the Preparatory Department by 
the Principal of that Department.. 



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general ^n);Di;iitatt(Ji|, 



DEGREES AND DIPLOMAS. 

Tlip Degree of Bachelor of Divinity is conferred upon the graduates of 
the Theological Department, that of Bachelor of Arts upon the graduates of 
the College Department, and that of Bachelor of Science upon the graduates 
of the Scientific Department. 

The Degree of Master of Arts, or Master of Science, is conferred upon 
any Bachelor of three or more years' standing, who has been engaged in 
literary or scientiflc pursuits, and has sustained a good moral character. 

A Diploma, certifying the successful completion of the prescribed Course 
of Study, is given to each graduate of the Ladies' Department, and to each 
graduate of the Conservatory of Music. 

EXAMINATIONS. 

At the close of each term the classes are examined in the studies of that 
term; and at the end of the year there are general examinations in all Depart- 
ments. 

Every recitation and examination is marked, and a record is kept by the 
Faculty of the attainments of each student, and also of his delinquencies. 
Information concerning his progress and deportment is, when requested, com- 
municated to the parent or guardian. 

EELIGIOUS EXERCISES. 

All students are required to attend Church twice on the Sabbath, and the 
weekly religious lecture on Thursday. 

They are also required to attend daily prayers in the evening at the Chapel, 
and in the morning in the families in which they board. Every class has a weekly 
exercise In the English Bible, which all are required to attend. 

There is a weekly prayer meeting on Monday evening, for all young people, 
conducted by tho students; and a weekly prayer meeting for each class, con- 
ducted by one of tho teachers. 

LIBRARY, APPARATUS AND CABINET. 

The Libraries connected with the College number eleven thousand volumes. 

The Apparatus, in the Departments of Natural Philosophy and Chemistry, is 
sufficient for all reasonable demands; and the Cabinets in Geology and Natural 
History are well supplied. 

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Oberlin Colleqe. 



FACILITIES FOR SELF-SUPPORT. 

The Colleffe does not pledge itself to furnish manual labor to the students. 
Diligent and faithful young men can find employment, with satisfactory com- 
pensation, in the village. A few are employed in the care of the College 
buildings, preparing fuel, etc. About forty students in the higlier classes, 
gentlemen and ladies, are employed as assistant teachers. 

The long Winter vacation affords opportunity, to those who are qualified, to 
engage in teaching schools abroad. The call for teachers is equal to the supply. 

REGULATIONS. 

The Regulations of the Institution are few and simple, appealing to the 
student's self-respect and personal responsibility. He is required to abstain 
from the use of Tobacco and Intoxicating Drinks, and from connection with 
any Secret Society. No student is permitted to visit one of the other sex at a 
private room, except by special permission in case of severe sickness. 

WINTER SCHOOL. 

During the Winter vacation a school is taught in the College buildings, under 
the superintendence of members of the Faculty, in which classes are formed in 
all the studies of the Preparatory Department, and in any College study when a 
sufficient number wish to pursue it to form a class. This school opens the week 
following the close of the Fall Term. 

LADIES' DEPARTMENT. 

Ladies from abroad desiring admission to the Ladies' Hall, should make 
previous application in writing, certifying their age, state of health, character, 
present attainments, and the time they propose to continue here. Those who 
are admitted will be duly apprized of their admission. All ladies are expected 
to consult the Principal before selecting their boarding places. 

Ladies are required to be in their rooms after eight o'clock in the evening 
during the Summer months, and after half past seven during the Winter months. 

Every lady is required to present, once in two weeks, a written report of 
her observance, and her failures in the observance, of the regulations of the 
Department, signed by the matron of the family in which she boards. 

These reports, together with the marks of her recitations, are recorded by 
the Principal, and ai-e open at all times for the inspection of the Faculty, the 
Ladies' Board, and all friends interested. 

ADMISSION AND EXPENSES. 

Candidates for admission to any of the Departments must bring testimonials 
of good chai-acter; and those coming fi'om other institutions must bring a 
certificate of honorable dismission. 

The student in every department pursues his studies in his private room, and 
meets with his class in the public room for recitation. No arrangement is made 
for those who have not sufficient maturity and self-control to study profitably 
under these conditions. 

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Oberuin College. 



X..no aiv mlinitted to full membor.sliip until they have honorably passed a 
probation of -six months. None will be received under sixteen years of age, 
unless committed to the care of some approved resident of the place ; nor any 
under fourteen, except by si)ecial arrangement with tlie Faculty. 

U<.r>m rent in the Ladies' Hall is $10.50 a term for each occupant, including 
t lisrhls. tlio privileges of the house and care in ordinary sickness. Each room is 
intended for two ladies, and is provided with carpets and other necessary furni- 
ture, including straw bed. All other articles of bedding will be furnished by 
the occupants; also, lamps and table napkins. No room will be considered 
engaged for any term unless two dollars are paid on the rent, which sum will 
he forfeited if the room is not taken, unless written notice to that effect is given 
to the Treasurer at least one week before the opening of the term. 

Fuel is furnished as required, the charge being according to the amount 
consuniod. 

Itoom rent in the other College buildings is $2.50 per term; each room is 
furnished witli a stove only. 

The price of board will vary with the cost of provisions. At present, board in 
the Ladies' Hall is §2.00 per week; in private families, including room furnished, 
from $3 to $4 per week; fuel and lights extra. 

The Treasurer's bills are payable at the beginning of each term ; board in the 
Ladies' Hall, each half term in advance. 

The following may be considered as a near estimate of the necessary expenses 
for a term of twelve weeks, in any department except the Theological, in which 
there Is no charge for tuition, incidentals, room rent, or use of Library. 

Tuition, or rent of Scholarship $ 3 00 S 3 00 

Inci lentals 2 05 3 65 

Library Fee _ 35 35 

Board, S2 25 to §3 00 per week 27 00 to 36 00 

Room Rent 2 50 to 10 00 

Lights and Washing 5 00 to 8 00 

Books and Stationery 4 50 to 7 00 

Fuel, Fall and Spring 3 00 to 6 00 

$48 00 $73 00 
EXTRA CHARGES. 

Piano, two lessons per week _ $12 00 

Organ, two lessons per week 12 00 

Harmony, two lessons per week 5 00 

Cultivation of the Voice 12 00 

Use of Instrument, one hour per day 2 00—3 00 

Oil Painting, with use of Models, thirty lessons 10 00 

Water Colors 6 00 

Cr.iyon Drawing, fifty lessons 7 00 

Perspective Drawing 00 

Use of Musical Library 2 00 

French and Oorm m except in the regular courses. 
Thorough instruction in Vocal Music is fhee to all. 

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SITUATION. 

Oberlin is easily accessible from all parts of the country, being situated on 
the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway, an hour's ride from Cleveland. 
The village, of over three thousand inhabitants, has grown up with the College, 
and is singularly free from the temptations and dangers often surrounding 
colleges. 

Letters of inquiry may be addressed to the President, J. H. Fairchild ; to 
the Principal of the Preparatory Department, R. T. Cross; to the Principal of 
the Ladies' Department, Mrs. A. A. F. Johnston ; or to the Secretary and Treas- 
urer, George Kinney. 

CONSEEVATORY OF MUSIC. 

Thorough and practical instruction in Cultivation of the Voice, Piano-Forte, 
Organ, Harmony, and Choral Singing, will be given, for all of which the services 
of experienced and able teachers have been secured. 

The classes in Choral Singing are free to all members of the Institution. 

Weekly rehearsals are given, at which pupils who are competent are expected 
to perform. 

Pupils must furnish or rent their instruments for practice. Pianos can always 
be rented in the village at reasonable rates. 

Students in other departments, taking lessons in music, are required to make 
their arrangements with the Professor of Music. 

Catalogues, containing full particulars concerning this department, can be 
obtained by addressing Conservatory of Music, Oberlin, Ohio. 



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OF THE 



Fall Term, 18 73. 



Monday, 



I Fresh. . 
! Soph... 



Rhetorical Exercises 9 — 11 

Rhetorical Exercises 10 — 13 



Juniors.. JRhetorical Exercises 

Seniors .. iRhetor.cal Exercises,, . 



2—4 
1—3 



Hour. 



Tuesday, ' 
Wkdnes. 

TllUKS. 

Friday, 



f Fresh. . 
I Soph... 
I Juit iors 
I Sciiiors 
I, Ladies. 



Saturday, 



Fre.ih. . 
Soph . . . 
Juiiun> 
Seniors 
.Ladies. 



8-9 



9-10 



10—11 



11-12 



Mathematics... Lalin 

Mathematics Latin Greek 

iGer.Gw. Lat.Cw. Logic 

j Greek Physiology . 

Physiol. German. I Guizot 



IJiblc CI ss . 
Elocution .. 
Elocution .. 
German 



Mathematics 'Latin 

Latin Greek 

Germ. 6w. Latin. Bible Class . 

(Ireek jBible Class. 

Elocution 



Greek. 



Nat. Philosophy.. 
Men. Philosophy. 



Bible Class. 



Nat. Philosophy.. 
Men. Philosophy 



Spring Term, 1874, 



Monday, \^lf-- 



Hour. 



Tuesday." 
Wednes. 
Thurs. 
Friday, , 



Ftc«1i. . 
Sofih... 
Juniors 
Seniors 
Ladies. 



Saturday, 



■ Frcxh 
Soph. 
Jiuiioi's 
Seniors 
Ladies. 



Rhetorical Exercises 9 — 11 

Rhetorical Exercises 10 — 13 



Jitniors.. Rhetorical Exercises... 
Scnioi'S .. Rhetorical Exercises... 



8-9 



9-10 



10—11 



11—12 



ButlerOw. Pol. Ec. 
German 



Elocut'n Fri.iSat. 



German , 



Latin Greek Mathematics 

German Mechanics Greek 8w. Botany. 

Greek Chemistry |Rhetor. 8w. Latin. 

Men.Ph.6w. E. Lit. i Moral Philosophy . 

French 



Bible Class... 

German 

Bible Class 



Greek j Mathematics 

Mechanics jBible Class 

Chemistry I Rhetor. 8w. Latin. 

Men. Ph.6w. E. Lit. Bible Class 

Bible Class 



Summer Term, 1874. 



MnvnAY i Fresh. . 
MONDAY, -j^vjop,,. 



Hour. 



Rhetorical Exercises 9 — 11 

Rhetorical Exercises 10 — 13 



Juniors.. Rhetorical Exercises 2—4 



8-9 



Tuesday," 
Wednes, 
Tiiuus. 
Friday, , 



Fresh. .jGreek 

^V)j>;i... 

Jltdiors Astronomy 

Seniors] History. 

.Ladies. French 



9-10 



10-11 



11—12 



' FVesh . . 
Soph ... 
Saturday, -{ Juniors 



Latin I Mathematics 

Greek ; German |Bot. 3w. Evidenc's. 

Lat. 8w. Chemistry. {Natural Science 

Political Economy.. Natural Science 

Paley 8w. Chemistry 



Art. 



Bible Class Latin Mathematics... 

Greek Bible Class 



Astronomy 

Seniors Elocut'n Fri.ftSat. 
.X,a(!ies.|Elocution 



Eloc. Fri. & Sat.lLat. 8w. Chemistry. 

Bible Class .(Political Economy.. 

.'Paley 8w. Chemistry 



Bot. 3w. Evidenc's. 

Bible Class 

Natural Science 



The members of the Scientific Department and of the Ladies' Department recite with the 
College Classes when their studies arc the same. 

Instead of the Monday Exercises in the Table, public Rhetorical Exercises, consisting of 
original Orations and Essays from the members of all the College Classes in turn, occur on the 
FiKST Monday of each month— during the Fall Term from 3 to 5 P. M., and during the Spring 
and Summer Terms from 4 to G P. M. 

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fdttttlatt. 



TERMS AND VACATIONS. 

1873. 

Fall Term begins _ Tuesday, Sept. 2. 

Winter Vacation begins Saturday, Nov. 22. 

Winter School begins Tuesday, Dec. 2. 

1874. 

Spring Term begins Tuesday, Feb. 17. 

Spring Recess begins Saturday, May 9. 

Summer Term begins Wednesday, May 13. 

Summer Vacation begins Thursday, Aug. 6. 

Fall Term begins Tuesday, Sept. 1. 



PUBLIC OCCASIONS. 

1874. 

Junior Exhibition Wednesday, May 6. 

Anniversary of the Theological Society.. Thursday, May 7. 

Union Exhibition of the College Societies Friday, May 8. 

Anniversary of the ^lioian Society Wednesday, July 15. 

Anniversary of the Ladies' Literary Society Wednesday, July 22. 

Exhibition of the Senior Preparatory Class Wednesday, July 29. 

Exhibition of the Conservatory of Music Thursday, July 30. 

Anniversary of the Phi Kappa Pi Society Friday, July 31. 

Anniversary of the Phi Delta Society Saturday, Aug. 1. 

Baccalaureate Sermon Sunday, Aug. 2. 

A-ddress before the Missionary- Society Sunday, Aug. 2. 

Anniversary of the Alpha Zeta Society .Monday, Aug. 3. 

Address before the College Societies Monday, Aug. 3. 

Concio ad Clerum Tuesday, Aug. 4. 

Anniversary Exercises of the Ladles' Department Tuesday, Aug. i. 

Address before the Society of Alumni Tuesday, Aug. 4. 

Commencement Wednesday, Aug. 5. 

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CATALOGUE 



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COLLEG-E YEAR 1874-75. 



OBEKLIN : 

PRATT & BATTLE, PUBLISHKR8. 
1874. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



Rev. JAMES. H. FAIRCHILD, 
FRANCIS D. PARISH, 
SAMUEL D. PORTER, . 
Rev. MICHAEL E. STRIEBY, . 
URIAH THOMPSON, 
Rev. HENRY COWLES, 
JABEZ W. MERRILL, 
Rev. WILLIAM B. BROWN, 
Rkv. SAMUEL WOLCOTT, . 
A. B. NETTLETON, . 
Rev. E. B. FAIRFIELD, . 
Rev. WOLCOTT B. WILLLVMS, 
SETII H. SHELDON, 
Rev. J. G. W. COWLES, 
GEORGE B. DEL AM ATE U, . 
STEPHEN B. STURGIS, 
WILLIAM SUMNER, 
HORATIO C. FORD, . 



President. 

. Sandusky, 

rochestkk, n. y. 

Newauk, N. .T, 

Obeklin. 

Oberlin, 

Obermn. 
, Newark, N. .1. 

Cleveland. 
, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Mansfield. 

Charlotte, Mich. 

Cleveland. 
. Cleveland. 

Meadville, Pa. 
. Mansfield. 

Cincinnati. 
. Cleveland. 



^orresfiandhtg <^embers of the ^Inmni. 



Kev. CALEB E. FISHER, 
Rev. WILLIAM K IXC AID, 
JAMES B. T. MARSH, 
Hon. JAMES MONROE, 
LUCIAX C. WARNER, M. D., 



Springfield, L. I. 

Leavenworth, Kan. 

Chicago, III. 

Oberlix. 

Neav York City. 



^iiudeitfiul ^ammitfee. 



Pres. J. H. FAIRCHILI). Rev. HENRY COWLES. 

JABEZ W. MERRILL. Prof. JOHN M. ELLIS. 

I RIAH THOMPSON. GEORGE KINNEY. HIRAM IIULBURD. 



<iEORGE KINNEY, Secretary and Treasurer. 
Rev. CALEB E. FISHER, Agent. 



^Htiies' ^aurfl of ^Jitiutgcrs. 



Mrs. a. a. F. JOHNSTON. 
Mrs. MARIANNE P. DASCOMB. 
Mrs. REBECCA FINNEY. 
Mrs. SARAH D. PENFIELD. 



Mrs. MARY L. P. KINNEY. 
Mrs. MINERVA E. ELLIS. 
Mrs. ELIZABETH S. MEAD. 
Mrs. AUGUSTA B. SMITH. 



Mrs. MARY B. SHURTLEFF. 



FACULTY. 



Rkv, JAMKS U. FAIRCHILD, President, 

PKOPtSSOK OK THhOI-OGV, AND AVEKY PKOFESSOK OF MORAL PHILOSOPHY. 

Kev. CHARLES G. FINNEY, 

PKOFKSSOK OF PASTORAL THEOLOGY'. 

Rkv. JOHN MORGAN, 

PROFESSOR OK NKW lESTAMENT LITERATURE AND BIIILICAL THEOLOGY. 

JAMES DASCOMB, M.D., 

PROFESSOR OF CHEMISTRY, HOTANY AND PHYSIOLOGY. 

Rev. JOHN M. ELLIS, 

PROFESSOR OF MF.NTAL PHILOSOPHY' AND RHETORIC. 

Kev. CHARLES H. CHURCHILL, 

PROFESSOR OF MATHEMATICS AND NATURAL PHILOSOPHY. 

Rev. JUDSON SMITH, 

PROFESSOR OF CHURCH HISTORY, AND LECTURER ON GENERAL HISTORY. 

GILES W. SHURTLEFF, A. M., 

PROIKSSOK OF THE LATIN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE. 

Rev. HIRAM MEAD, 

PROFESSOR OF SACRED RHETORIC. 

Rev. WILLIAM H. RYDER, 

PROFESSOR OF THE GREEK LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE. 

FENELON B. RICE, 

PROFESSOR OF MUSIC. 

Rev. ELIJAH P. BARROWS, 

PROFESSOR OF HEBREW AND OLD TESTAMENT LITERATURE. 

Rev. JAMES H. LAIRD, 

PRl.NCIPAL OF THE ENGLISH PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT. 

ALBERTA. WRIGHT, A. M., 

PROFESSOR OC (•,ii<)LO<;Y and NATURAL HISTORY', AND LECTURER ON RELIGION AND SCIENCE. 

Rev. henry COWLES, 

LECTURER ON PROPHECY. 

Rev. A. HASTINGS ROSS, 

SPECIAL LECTURER ON CHURCH POLITY'. 

Rev. WILLIAM W. PATTON, 

LECTURER ON MODERN SCEPTICISM. 

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OBEELIN COLLEGE. 



JAMES R. SEVERANCE, A M., 

IN'STRUCTOK IN ELOCUTION. 

JAMLS K NEWTON, A. M., 

INSTRUCTOR IN GERMAN AND FRENCH. 

HENRY F. CLARK, A. M., 

ASSOCIATE PKOFESSOK OF LATIN BND GREEK. 

AUGUSTUS G. UPTON, A. B., 

TUTOR IN LATIN. 

Miss KATE A. BUSHNELL, 

TUTOR IN MATHEMATICS. 

Rev. henry MATSON, 

LIBRARIAN. 

CALVIN B. CADY, 

TEACHER OF PIANO AND COMPOSITION, 

FRANCIS SCHWINGER, 

TKACHER OF PIANO, VIOLIN AND ORCHESTRAL INSTRUMENTS. 

MICHAELIS GOLDBERG, 

TEACHER OF PIANO. 

WILLIAM B. CHAMBERLAIN, 

TEACHER OF VOCAL MUSIC. 

Mrs. a. a. F. JOHNSTON, 

PRINCIPAL OF THE LADJES' DEPARTMENT. 



ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL. 

Miss MARY M. KINNEY, 

ASSISTANT. 

Miss L. CELESTIA WATTLES, 

TEACHER OF PIANO AND HARMONY. 

Miss ROSA D. ALLEN, 

TEACHER OF VOCAL MUSIC. 

Miss CAMILLA M. NETTLETON, 

TEACHER OF VOCAL CULTURE. 

Miss ANNA M. WYETT, 

TEACHER OF DRAWING AND PAINTING, 



OBEBLIN COLLEGE. 



Ijheolcgiccil jjeprtmrnf. 



FACULTY. 



JAMES H. FAIRCHILD, President. 

CHARLES ft. FINNEY. JOHN MORGAN. HIRAM MEAD. 

JUUSON SMITH. ELIJAH P. BARROWS. 



HENRY COWLES. A. HASTINGS ROSS. WILLIAM W. PATTON. 

ALBERT A. WRIGHT. JAMES R. SEVERANCE. 



STUDENTS. 



RESIDENT GRADUATE. 



.NAMK. 

Hkn.)amin B. Merrill, 

Uiingor S(.inin;irv. 1S74. 



RESIDENCE. 

Bangor, Me., 



ROOM. 

23 Council HalL 



SENIOR CLASS. 



NAMKS. 

Samuel Jackson Beacu, 

CoUepe (if tlif City of Ntw York 

Jamks (5rikr Bowkrsox, 
Otterl>fin University, 1872. 

Ru'iiARi) >L\Ris Bt'r«:ess, . 

.\liiert Leverktt Gridley, . 
Olierliii Colli-jje, 1872. 

Simeon Sanderson Haines, 
Obcrlin Colkjrc, 1S72. 

Jonathan Kkwakhs Higgins, . 

(JeOIIGE HlNDLEY, 

Steimik.x Decatir Smith, 

Hillsdale College, 1S72. 

(tKORGE John Weiister, 

.lACCtU WiNSI.ClW, 

OKerlin l'i)llei;e, 1S7J. 

Ki i;kne Frekkkick Atwuou, 

Seniors 



RESIDENCES. 

Pittsfieid, 

1872. 

Fitchville, . 

East Tilbury, Can., 
Oberlin, 

Mai'shfield, Ind., 

Spencertown, N. Y., 
Oustic, Ontario, 
Manchester, Mo., 

Grand Rapids, Wis., 
Henrietta, N. Y., 



Oberlin, 



rooms. 
11 Council Hall. 

7 Council Hall. 

2-2 Council Hall. 

19 East Lorain st. 

4 Council Hall. 

11 Council HaU. 
22 Council HaU. 

20 Council HalL 

14 North West st. 

8 Council Hall. 

18 Council HaU. 
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MIDDLE CLASS. 


NAMES. 


RESIDENCES, 


ROOMS. 


Israel Brown, . 

Wheaton College, 187a. 


. Wedron, 111., . 


27 Council Hall. 


Charles Cole Creegan, 

Lebanon Normal School, 1869. 


Mantua, 


14 Council Hall. 


Abraham Augustine Cressman, 


Rochester, Mich., . 


21 Council Hall. 


Samuel Silonas Crter, . 
Oberlin College, 1S73. 


Maysville, Ky., 


1 South Professor at. 


BuRRiTT Hamilton Fee, 
Berea College, 1873. 


. Berea, Ky., 


39 Council Hall. 


MiCHAELis Goldberg, 

Hebrew Theological Seminary, 


Oberlin, 
Munster. 


12 Council Hall. 


Eben Leander Hill, . 

Michigan University, 187*. 


. St. Clair, Mich., . 


5 Council Hall. 


Owen Jenkins, 


Oberlin, 


26 Council Hall. 


Nathaniel Demster Lanphear, 

Olivet College, 1873. 


. Olivet, Mich., 


7 Council Hall. 


William Brewster Oleson, . 
Maine Agricultiual College, 


Portland, Me., 


1 Council Hall. 


Milan Packard, 

Oberlin College, 1S72. 


Covert, Mich., 


8 Forest st. 


Jacob P. Riedinger, . 

Oberlin College, 1S72. 


Randolph, 


6 Council Hall. 


Delos Adelbert Strong, 
Hillsdale College, 


North Adams, Mich 


, 9 Council Hall. 


Augustus Goodnow Upton, 

Oberlin College, 1873. 


. Eaton Rsipids, Mich 


, 1 Elm St. 


William Rockwell Wickes, . 

Oberlin College, 1873. 

Orville Carlton Clark, . 


Oberlin, 


10 South Professor st. 
18 North Professor st. 


. Ob«rlin, . 


Middles 


1 


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OBEELIN COLLEGE. 



JUNIOR CLASS. 



NAMES. 

MouLTON Needham ClarK, 
Tabor College, 

Thomas Weston DeLong, 
Tabor College, 1S73. 

Edward Allan Leeper, 
Oberlin CoUejje, 

Raymond Green McClelland, 
Oberlin Collesife, 1S74. 



Frank McCoNAroHT, . 
Oberlin College, 1874, 

David C McJ^air, . 

Mt. Union College, 1S73. 

Charles DeForest Patterson, 

Ohio Weslevan University, 

Orthello Vermillen Rice, 

Tabor College, 1874. 

Theodore Frank Shotwell, 

Oberlin College, 1872. 
F.nwARD Striehy Steele, 

Oberlin College, 1S72. 

William Dtvanwal Wtlliams, 
Western Reserve College, 



KKSlnKNCES. 

. Seward, Neb., 
Tabor, Iowa, . 

. Atlanta, 111., 
Oberlin, . 

. Penfield, 
Clark. Pa., 
Laporte, 
Tabor, Iowa, 

. Orarael, N. Y., 
Oberlin, . 

. Olierlin, 



Juniors 



3 Council Hall. 
36 West College st. 

13 Council Hall. 
24 Council Hall. 
24 Council Hall. 
10 Council Hall. 
18 West Lorain st. 
36 West College st. 

14 Council Hall. 
I Council Hall. 
5 Council Hall. 

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jOllegc lep.rhunt 



FACULTY. 



JAMES- H. FAIRCHILD, President. 

JAMES DASCOMB. JOHN M. ELLIS. CHAS. H. CHURCHILL. 

JUDfeOX SMITH. GILES W. SHURTLEFF. WILLIAM H. RYDER. 

ALBERT A. WRIGHT. 



JAMES R. SEVERANCE. 



JAMES K. NEWTON. 



STUDEISTTS. 



SENIOR CLASS. 



NAMES. 

Dudley Peter Allen, 
Kersey Smith Blake, 
DwioHT Blachly Br.vdley, 
Harry Leroy Brickett, 
James Perry Wertz Brown, 
Arthur TappaxBcrnell, 
William Benton Chamberlain, 
IzAAK Walton Fitch, 
David Hadley Flett, 
Dennis Goodsell, . 
Hastings Hornell Hart, . 
Azel Hatch, . . _. 
John Johnston, Jr., . 
Byron Burrett Loughead, . 
Thom.vs McClelland, . 
Jerome Dolson Mills, 
Lanman James Nettleton, 
B 



RESIDENCES. 

Oberlin, 

Philadelphia, Pa., . 
Bangkok, Siam, . 
E. Lake George, N. Y 
Care>, . 

Central City, Col., . 
East Springfield, Pa 
Rochester, Pa., 
Kenosha, Wis., 
Nelson, . 
Cleveland, . 
Chatham, 
.-Vkron, 
Windham, 
Mendon, 111., 
Canton, 111., . 
Oberlin, 
9 



ROOMS. 

20 South Professor St. 

Gymnasium. 
18 West College st. 
.,12 Elm St. 

Gymnasium. 

27 West College st. 

, 8 West Lorain st. 

59 East College st. 

60 East College st. 
35 North Professor st. 
23 North Main st. 
•59 East College St.. 

9 East College st. 
16 Elm St. 
16 Elm St. 
1(5 Elm St. 
20 North Main st. 



OB EEL TX rni L EGE. 



Gurnet Mahan Orvis, . 

HOUAKT KlNCSBl'RV PaINTER, 

John Fisher Peck, . 
Harlan Page Roberts, 
JuIIN KaI'HAEL Rooers, . 
Frank Alhkrt Rose, . 
('harles Jackson Ryder, 
William Sanders Scarborough, 
Willis Parsons Spring, 
Merritt Starr, 

Henry Stone, . . . . 
George Rriiey Thompson, 
William Huntington Tibbals, . 
Freij Kirtlani) Tracy, . 
Columbus Vennum, 
John Allen Winters, 
Calvin Stanley Wood, 

Althea Rosina Sherman, 

Seniors 



Atlanta, 111., . 
Oberlin, 
Oberlin, . 
Oberlin, 
Berea, Ky., 
Carlisle, 
Oberlin, . 
Macon, Ga., 
Rosemond, 111., 
Moline, 111., 
Indianapolis, lud., 
Seuecaville, 
North Roy alt on', 
Mansfield, . 
Morrison, 111., 
RoUa, Mo., . 
Manchester, Iowa, 

■National, Iowa, . 



27 West Lorain st. 

22 Spring st. 

8 West Lorain st. 
46 North Main st. 

9 Forest st. 

53 South Professor st. 
83 North Main st. 
fil East College si. 

8 Elm St. 

37 West College st. 
27 East College .st. 

23 North Main st. 
19 West Lorain st. 

4 Elm St. 
12 Elm St. 
60 East College st. 

9 East College st. 

Ladies' Hall. 
3 5 



JUNIOR CLASS 



.N.\MES. 

Arthur Chase Andrews, 
Charles Richard Andrews, 
Henry Liberty Bates, . 
Lyman Willard Burr, 
Conger R. Campbell, 
Hkxry Northrup Castle, . 
Clarence John Chase, . 
Darius Daniel Clayton, . 
Eli.iaii Cooke, 
Henry Francis Derr, 
Burt Erastus De Yd, 
Edwin Kellogg Fairchild, 
Frederic Alden Field, . 
William Goodkll Frost, . 
John Hanshue. 
John Columbus Harris, 
William Andrew Hobbs, 
Sylvanus Converse Huntington, 



RESIDENCES. 

Oberlin, ... 38 

Oberlin, . . 38 

Plymouth, Neb., . 15 

Oberlin, . . 40 

Keeler, Mich.. . 31 
North Topeka, Kan., 61 

AVhittlesey, . . 15 

Little Sandusky, . 11 

Otto, N. Y., . . 15 

Montville, . . 11 

Oberlin, . . 14 

Keokuk, Iowa, 8 

Oberlin, . . 2 

Raymond, Wis., . 24 

Western Star, . 24 

Antwerp, . . 30 

Lebanon, Mo., . 19 

Jr., Pulaski, N. Y., . 15 

10 



KOOMS. 

North Professor st. 
North Professor st. 
South Professor St. 
West Loraiii st. 
North Pleasant st. 
East College st. 
South Professor st. 
West St. 

South Professor st. 
W^est St. 
East Mill St. 
Elm St. 

East Lorain st. 
Tappan Hall. 
Tappan Hall. 
East College st. 
West Lorain at. 
South Professor St. 



OBEELIN COLLEGE. 



Frank Gardiner Lee, 
Charles Lunut Lewis, 
Edward Joseph ^L\LLE, 
Charles Beebe Martin, 
Frederick William Meadows, 
Julius Sinclair Ogan, 
William Ottkrbein Pringle, 
George Thompson Reeves, 
Dan Richards, . 
Clayton Brown Rockhill, 
rovilliis rollin r0(!ers, . 
Frederick Shelton Smedley, 
John Ogilvie Stbvenson, . 
Robert John White, 

Ellen Clorissa Akers, 
Alice Lee Armsby, . 
Clara Evangeline Babcock, 
Lucy Ella AVright, 



Biiraboo, Wis., 

Ottawa, 111., . 

Bedford, 

Oberlin, . 

Elyria, 

Columbus Gi'ove, 

Fremont, 

Newark, N. Y., 

Oberlin, 

Oakland, 

Alden, Iowa, 

Berea, 

New Haven, Ct., . 

Henrietta, 

Oberlin. 

Council Grove, Kan., 

Wayne, 

Oberlin, . 



46 West College st. 

?, College Place. 
19 West Lorain st. 
6Vt East College st. 

6 South Pleasant st. 
30 East College st. 

2 Colkge Place. 

3 College Place. 
59 East College st. 
25 North Professor st. 
4(3 West College st. 
19 West Lorain st. 

3 South Professor Bt. 
12 AVest St. 

11 Spring St. 
32 East College st. 
85 West Lorain at. 
S5 West Lorain st. 



Juniors 3 6 



SOPHOMORE CLASS 



names. 
Joseph Higgi.>is Adams, . 
Malcolm Gr.emb Alexander, 
William Fremont Bl.-ickman, . 
Ohauncey Marion C.^^dy, . 
William Capell Calland, 
Fredrric Arthur Churchill, 
Adelbert Benjamin Coon, 
George Edward Crane, 
Alexander Sylvanus Eaton, 
Albert John Gilchrist, 
Herbert Delos Goodenough, . 
Evander Joseph Goodsell, 
Archibald Hadden, 
Ben.jamin Albert Imes, 
Arthur Desaline Langston, . 
JuDsoN Oncken Leslie, 
James Robert Logue, 
Charles Albert Marsh, . 



RESIDENCES. 

Perrysburg, 

Clyde, . 

Kirksville, Mo., 

Oberlin, 

Summerfield, . 

Oberlin, 

Marengo, 111., 

Oberlin, 

Alamo, Mich., 

Oberlin, 

Barton, Wis., . 

Nelson, 

Cleveland, 

Van Wert, Pa., . 

Washington, D. C, 

Princeton, 111., 

Northfield, 

Pontiac, Mich., 



85 South Main st. 
9 Forest st. 

22 Forest st. 

GO North Main st. 
26 West College st. 
85 North Professor st. 
38 South Main st. 
35 Tappan Hall. 
34 North Professor st. 
'9 Tappan Hall. 
80 West College st. 
10 Elm St. 
51 Tappan Hall. 

23 North Professor st. 
30 West College st. 
85 North Professor st. 
73 Tappan Hall. 



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riixRi.Ks Knwix Monroe, 

.I\MK.< KllWARO Mo II TON, 
WiNTIlRllI' DOWNES PaINTKR, 

Kiiwix II \Ki KiniARPS, 
Adki.bkrt Si:mu;r.s, 
fiE0R(iK Aliskrt Sessions, 

SaNKORI) Kl.IllU Slll'TT, . 

Mkrtox M or It is S(M'iRK, 
KuANCis Marion Waxskr, 
Ai,uKUT Mauiiiv Wiiekler, . 

Mart Louisa Drake, 
Kli,a Jane Strong, 
Caroline Wkices, . 

Sophomores 



Oberlin, . 

Brownsville, 

Ohcrlin, . 

Meccrt, 

Lodi, 

Cleveliind, . 

Middleport, 

Oberlin, 

Wakfman, 

Shelby, 

Oskaloosa, Iowa, 
Oskaloosa, Iowa, 
Oberlin, . 



4 College Place. 

22 Spring st. 
First Church. 

2 North Pleasant st. 
8 West Lorain sr. 

4 East Lorain st. 

3 College Place. 

25 North Professor st. 
60 North Professor st. 

78 West Lorain st. 
78 West Lorain st. 
10 South Professor st. 



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FRESHMAN CLASS. 



NAMKS. 

15ki,a Rexoni Adams, 
CiiAui.Es WiiirKiKLi) Allen, 
WiLiihRT Lee Anderson, 
William Alfred Bowex, . 
( iiARLES Sherman Brown, 
Frank Can field, 
.Jvmes B:ci<nell Castle, 

.VmI'I.I AS MiLTOV CorXTRYMAN, 

.Marion Fix LEY Cowan, . 
Clarenc'e Aylett Crist, 
William Docoett, Jr., 
Fu wic 1'auisii Favel, 

ClIAHLES IIOKERT FORREST, 

Lrini.'s BiERCE Fitller, 
Marcus Hell Fuller, 
IIexry Orlando Gardner, 
Waken E .Vlmot Gates, . 
.loiiN Henry Grose, 
Fdwiv Aubott Hazeltine. 
William Norman .Johnson, 
Oliver Howard Koons, . 
.1 AMES Henderson Kyle, 
James Henry Leonard, . 



KESIDENCKS. 

Columbia, 
Oberlin, 

East Berkshire, Vt., 
Oberlin, 
Oberlin, . 
Cleveland, . 
Honolulu, Haw. lis., 
Hastings, Minn., 
H;i'ilin, 

Burlington, Iowa, . 
Niagara Falls, N. Y., 
Oberlin, . 
Sauk City, Wis., . 
Nelson, . 
Nelson, 

RichviUe, N. V., 
Middlefield, 
Des Moines, Iowa, 
Busti, N. Y., 
Oberlin, . 
Sulphur Springs, . 
Urbana, 111., 
Bridgewaler, Maps., 
12 



KOOMS. 

18 West College st. 
68 South Main st. 
1 1 South Professor st. 
41 AVest College st. 
27 North Main st. 
10 Elm St. 
31 West College st. 
27 North Main st. 

9 Elm St. 

7 South Professor st. 
26 Hast Lorain st. 
14 North Main st. 
Chapel. 

34 West College st. 
17 West College st. 

Second Church. 
74 East College st. 

35 South Main st. 
49 Tappan Hall. 
51 East College st. 
CO Tappan Hall. 
15 West Lorain st. 
23 West College st. 



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OBEBLIN COLLEGE. 


Or A MEL William Lucas, . 


Canon City, Col., 


6 West Lorain st. 


Lucius Markham, 


. Guy's Mills, Pa., . 


23 North Professor st. 


William Beecher McIntyre, . 


DeKalb, . 


74 Tappan Hall. 


Wilder Stevens Metcalk, . 


Elyria, 


18 West College st. 


Lindley Warren Morris, 


Alliance, 


47 West College st. 


Charles Edward Morse, . 


Bedford, 


74 Eaat, College st. 


Edward Waterous Peck, 


Oberlin, 


8 West Lorain st. 


Albert Clifford Penfield, 


. Oberlin, 


83 South Main st. 


Charles Milton Rice, 


Russia, . 


Mr. Rice's. 


Joi'H Schneider, . 


. West Bend, Win., 


57 Tappan Hall. 


Alberto Calvin Shattuck, . 


Tontogany, . 


30 West College st. 


Karl Andrew Snyder, 


. Oberlin, . 


11 Elm St. 


David Brainerd Spencer, 


Bcnzonia, Mich., . 


35 West Lorain st. 


MiLFORD Herbert Squire, 


. Oberlin, . 


3 College Place. 


Wesley Meyers Stover, 


Lisle, HI., . 


12 West St. 


Louis Richard Swift, 


. Russia, . 


Mr. Swift's. 


Henry Ernkst Thayer, . 


Freedom, 


37 West College st. 


James Alpheus Thomas, 


. Oberlin, . 


7 North Water st. 


Harry Dwioht Thompson, 


Denver, Col., 


79 North Main st. 


Howard Tracy, . 


. Mansfield, 


4 Elm St. 


Eugene Albert Tuttle, . 


North Amherst, . 


47 West College st. 


Charles Selden Vaile, 


Kokomo, Ind., . 


. 9 Elm St. 


Solomon Watkins, . 


Lawrence, Kan., . 


39 North Main st. 


John William Welsh, 


. Elyria, . 


Second Church. 


Geordie Zeno Whitney, . 


Oberlin, 


26 South Professor st . 


Melville Cleme\t Whitney, 


. Oberlin, . 


26 South Professor st. 


Francis Albert Wilcox, 


Richfield, . 


49 Tappan Hall. 


William Cullen Wilcox, . 


. Richfield, 


. 49 Tappan Hall. 


Lunette Angelina Drew,.. 


Oberlin, 


29 South Main st. 


Ellen Electa Grannis, 


. Oberlin, . 


. 71 North Main st. 


Adra Holmes, .... 


Mt. Vernon, 


10 Forest st. 


May Richards, 


. Oberlin, 


59 East College st. 


Lillie Scidmore, 


Washington, D. C, 


9 Forest st. 


Ida Elfleda Willcutt, 


. Oberlin, 


19 North Main st. 


Freshmen 




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FACULTY. 



JAMES H. FAIRCHILD, President. 

JAMES DASCOMB. JOHN M. ELLIS. CHARLES H. CHURCHILL. 

GILES W. SHURTLEFF. ALBERT A. WRIGHT. JAMES H. LAIRD. 



JAMES K. SEVERANCE. JAMES K. NEWTON. A. G. UPTON. 

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STUDENTS. 



SENIOR CLASS. 

."VA.MES. RESIDENCES. 

J. Mo.NROE Marks, Marengo, lU. 

IIarky M. Wiikdon, Hinckley. 

Seniors 2 



JUNIOR CLASS. 

.\'A.MES. KESIDE.XCES. 

LiiwiN W. CoiT, North Fairfield. 

.VurjirsTL's E. Uinlap, AuroraTille, Wis. 

Irvint; W. Metcalk, Elyria. 

Juniors 3 

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OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



SOPHOMORE CLASS. 

NAMES. RESIDKNCES. 

Byron Dutton, Auburn. 

J.\ME.s W. HoLTON, Saviinnali. 

Mir,LARD J. King ; . Chanloii. 

Herbert D. Lafferty, Oheilin. 

Charles A. Phelps, Obevlin. 

John F. Rti.nnels, ........ New Wiiy. 

Louis S Thompson, ....... Denvei-. Col. 

Fred. Webster, ........ Rawsonville. 

Sophomores 8 



FRESHMAN CLASS. 

NAMES. KESIUKNCKS. 

J. C. Applegate, . . . . . . . Pittsburg, P.i. 

George C. Bacon, Union Mills. 

Edmund G. Beach, ........ Peri\vsi>utg. 

J. .J. Bliss, ......... Bjiinbriilge. 

Lorenzo Bennett, ........ Slmion. 

S. E. Boots . . . Pl:.iiifiHl(l III. 

Frank C. Case • . . West Bloomfield. 

G, J. Clark, Oberlin. 

L U.Clark, ......... Huntsbiu'g. 

Elijah P. Clemens, Dayton. 

Clarence W. Cook, Hawaii, Sandwich Is. 

C. F. Cooper, Ml. Vernon. 

C. Cranston, . . . ' . . . . Milford Center. 

R. B Drake, Bloom. 

F. Egcleston, /. . Aurora. 

Charles Fenton, . . . ' . . ■ . . Ncwion F;i!ls. 
THEonoRE p. Fergi^son, ...... Mansfield. 

J. Russell ^^inney, ....... Flint, Mich. 

Frank S. Gray, O.ik P;irk, HI, 

.J. H. Helwio, Gnadenhiitien. 

Charles S. Holyoke, Ciiic.isro, 111. 

L. S. Hubbard Sandusky. 

A. C. Johnston, Cleveland. 

W. S. Kellog, Ashland. 

F. F. LippiT Guy's Mills, Pa. 

James B. McDonald, . . . . . North Springfield, Pa. 

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OBEELIN COLLEGE. 



James McLkery, West Alexander, Pa. 

W. D. ^^^■LKERY, West Alexander, Pa. 

Edwi.n H. Mkrkki.l, Jr.. Cleveland. 

Harry M. F. Mouse, New York Citv. 

Harlan Pomeroy, StronorsTille. 

V. H. Rood, Oberlin. 

EnwiN B. Runnels, New Way. 

William C. Simpson, Oswego, N. Y. 

H. D. Smith, Greensburg. 

George W. Spenser, Shalersville. 

James B. Stocking, Elyria. 

M. M. Warner, Plainfield, 111. 

Orin S. Welty, Wilmot. 

Mills Whittlf,.sey, ...... Romeford, Conn. 

J. G. WooLWORTH, Westfield, Mass. 

Ezra H. Yaggy, Plainfield, III. 

Jacob R. Young, Mt. Vernon. 

Freshmen ..43 



IN SELECT STUDIES. 

NAMES, RESIDENCES. 

Howard H. Carter, Tallmadge 

R. S. IIuLBURT, \'»\>8t Winsted, Conn. 

F, W. HuLLTNGER Granville, 111. 

John F. Humphreys, [lethseda, N. Wales. 

William H. Peck, .' Oberlfn. 

George B. Walker, RichvilK. 

In Select Studies 6 



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INSTRUCTORS. 



HENRY F. CLARK, Principal. 
JAMES H. LAIRD. AUGUSTUS G. UPTON. 

Assisted bij Students in the Seminary and in the higher College Classes. 



STUDENTS. 



SENIOR CLASS. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Jason A. Barber, ....... Tontogany. 

Madison AV. Beacom, Mechanicstown. 

Fred. Bellows, Weeping Water, Neb. 

George Boon, , . Mecca. 

Arthur G. Brown, Oberlin. 

William II. Buss, . Creston, 111. 

Harry M. Cake, West Independence. 

Thomas Cashman, ....... Wakeman. 

DwifiHT H. Clapp, Kirtland. 

Sereno J., Clark, Freedom. 

Henry Conner, Burton, 111. 

EvERARD W. Dascomb, Wilion, N. H. 

Walter Dean, Kelleys Island. 

Wilbur G. Freese, Brunswick. 

Herbert F. Granger, Sandwich, 111. 

Burton F. Hales, Amherst. 

Frank W. Harrington, Warren. 

Miles W. Harrison, La Grange. 

George A. B. Heazleton, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Robert C. Henderson, • Zanesville. 

Oliver R. Hoover, Cleveland. 

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OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



Oliveu E. IIotchkiss, South Kiitland. 

Clifton D. Hubbell, Bedford. 

D. WiLi.KY Hi'LBi'RT, Seville. 

AhtiilrC.Jo.ne9, Galena. 

Joseph A. Juli.^.n, Dowagiac, Mich. 

Ch.vkles W. Kimball, Maywood, 111. 

Nestor Light, • Chicago, 111. 

Robert McKee, Meiom, Ind. 

Ci'RisTorHER C. McKin.ney, Columbia, S. C. 

George W. Moore, Cleveland. 

William C. Pardee, Windham. 

James E. Pearson, York. 

Alfred B. Penniman, Woodburn, 111. 

Henry Richer, Kelleys Island. 

George B. Rikd, Slieveroe, Ireland. 

William H. Robison, Stockton, Cal. 

George M Sherman, Henrietta. 

Charles J. Siddall Oberlin. 

Samuel R. Singer, Zanesville. 

George W. Starring, Clarkston, Mich. 

Edgar G. Sweet Avon. 

Edward H. Taylor, Summerfield. 

Benjamin Thompson, Urbana. 

Henry F. Tonsing, Bedford. 

DwiGiiT Baldwin Ward, Mattawan, Mich. 

CoRwiN G. Warden, Oberlin. 

William A. Williamson, . . . . • . Lincoln, 111. 

Samuel C. Windsor, Beaufort, S. C 

Newton Wyeth, , . New Wa^. 

Jennie Bebout, Savannah. 

Mattie L. Bigelow, . Berea. 

Agnes Caldwell, ........ Erie, Pa. 

EvaJ.Ceas, Obeilin. 

Exana Cochrane, Baraboo, Wis. 

-Myka a. Edwards, ........ Oberlin. 

Ei.LEN A. Hayes, ........ Hanover. 

Essie E. Johnson, . Fitchville. 

Eva I. Lamb, Oberlin. 

Alice E. Mead, Obti-lin. 

Emma E. Morehead, . . Finley. 

Emma J. Sahokd, Madison. 

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OBERLIN (JOLLEGB. 



MIDDLE CLASS. 

NAMES. KESIDENCES. 

L. J. Aldeich, Conklingville, N. Y. 

Benjamin F. Aldridge, ...... Brooklyn, N. Y. 

RoYCE A. Bass, West Rfindolph, Vt. 

David S. Booth, ..... Corpus Christi, Texas. 

George L. Brown, ....... Mansfield. 

Albert Bdrnham, ....... Wilford Centre. 

Wilbur F. Catton, Rushfort, N. Y. 

Beriah F. Cochrane, Oberlin. 

E. H. Cole Litchfield. 

HuRLBURT E. Cole , . Strono;sville. 

Andrew J Comings, Oberlin. 

James H Condit, Tontogany. 

Nelson F. Cornish, Marston, Wis. 

Walter F. Cranston, . Broadway. 

Edward W. Doane, ..... Honolulu, Sandwich Isl. 

.JOHN S. Edmonds, Avon, 0. 

D. S. Edwards, Oberlin. 

Trowbridge C. Eggleston, ..... Gaines, N. Y. 

Will Cary Endley, ....... Mansfield. 

Louis P. Ernst, East Saginaw, Mich. 

T. W. Fitzgerald, ...... Chicopee, Mass. 

Charles S. Goodenough, ...... Bar, on. Wis. 

Samuel Grant, ......... Oberlin. 

William W Hannon, Uowagiac, Mich. 

Byron B. Harrison, ....... La Grange 

Arthur E. Hershizer, ....... . Shelby. 

WiLLARD A. Hodge, ...... .Tanesville, Wis. 

Bayard T. Houston, Frankfort, 111. 

Henry J. Hull, Oberlin. 

Francis M. KooNS, .' . Sulphur Springs. 

Charles W. Loomis Charlestown. 

Oscar H. McConoughey, . Oberlin. 

Alvin a. McGerry, ........ Colwell. 

Frank G. Mead, Oberlin. 

Samuel G. Messer, . . . - . . . . Parnassus, Pa. 

William M. Monroe, Oberlin. 

James A. Moors, • West Winfield, N. Y. 

Andrew H. Noah, Peninsula. 

Fred. J. Owen, New York City. 

Delos a. Pope Bowling Green. 

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OBEBLIN COLLEGE. 



Caius F. Pc(;9ley, Chester X Roads. 

J. F. Ramsdell, Marblehead. 

G. A. Ramsky, New Lisbon. 

FixLEY B. Richards, Brimfield. 

James W. Richards, Rutland. 

J. Lee Richmond, ....... Berlin Heights. 

DeWitt N. Rosecrans, East Cleveland. 

Elbert B. Rowland, Patchogue, N. Y. 

C. M. Shepaed, Raleigh, Tenn. 

0. S. Snow, Avon. 

Samuel S. Stokes, North Ridgeville. 

Ho.xsie V. Stone, Oswego, N. Y. 

Warren Stone, . Danville, lU. 

Charles S. Strong, Seville. 

George L. Swindt, Clinton, Mich. 

Owen J. Turner, Putnam. 

John M. Vincent, Elyria. 

F. S. Water-s, Lenox. 

R. S. Wheeler, Shelby. 

J. F. Whiteleather, New Haven, Ind. 

Charles Wilkins, ....... Cleveland. 

Ella M. Bailey, Russia, 

.Mary E. Case, , . . Milan. 

Ida M. Hadden, Cleveland. 

Mart E. Temple, Birmingham. 

Sarah C. Tucker, ........ Plymouth. 

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JUNIOR CLASS. 



names. 

James D. Bagky, 
EaviN R. Barney, 
Frank S. Barker, 
Harry W. Bascom, 
S. J. Bassford, 
George W. Bede, 
W. P. Beeching, 
J. H. Bellows, 
Lorenzo Bennett, 
Clinton D. Black. 



RESIDENCES. 

. Oxford. 

Maywood, lU. 

Newport, Ky. 

. Greensburg. 

Thomaston, Ct. 

Oberlin. 

Huntsburg, Ind. 

Weeping Water, Neb. 

. Sharon. 

. West Liberty. 



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OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



C. W. Black, Columbus. 

E. D. BosTwiCK, Edinburg. 

John S. Butler, . North Ridgeville. 

Eber Byham, Guy's Mills, Pa. 

Ortn B. Cady, Oberlin. 

D. D Cameron, West Bend. Wis. 

Harry A. Clark, Mt. Vernon. 

Herbert W. Cole, Peninsula. 

Walter Coleman, Oberlin. 

Harkt W. Compton, Roscoe. 

George Cromwell, Black River. 

G. F. Douthill, Atwater. 

George B. Drennan, Plymouth. 

W. W. Epps, T.impico. 

Willie J. Finlet, Obevlin. 

J. S. Fowler, Belmont, N. Y. 

J. 0. Garrett, . . ....... Palenno. 

T. V.GiBBS, Tallahassee, Fla. 

Perry H. Griffing, . Rodney, Miss. 

L. E. Hall, Chagrin Falls. 

J. E. Harriss, Cato, Wis. 

William H. Hart, MiUeville, N. Y. 

Allen Hartzel, ...... New Haven, Ind. 

D. M. Hayden, Bedford. 

Lyman W. Hull, . Sandusky. 

Blair S. Hunt, Memphis, Tenu. 

Joseph Jackson, Mason, Mich. 

Charles M. Jerauld, ..... ... Green. 

J. W. Johnson, ......... Oberlin. 

Frank C. Jones, ....... Monroeville. 

VtRGiL M. Lamb, Oberlin. 

Charles S. Leeper, Atlanta, 111. 

P. L. Malle, Bedford. 

G. A. Maston, While Sulphur Springs, W. Va. 

Alfred McCaskey, ...... Sulphur Springs. 

J. L. McClelland, ...... Mount Jackson, Pa. 

Charles S. McGill, Mercer, Pa. 

W. Charles McI.>;tyre, Royalton, Wis. 

Orlando B. McKinney, ...... Cerro Gordo, HI. 

Luther H. Mead, . Greenwich. 

J. W. Merrow, East Thet ford, Mich. 

C. A. Metcalf, Oberlin. 

A. F. R. Moore, , Windham Station. 

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OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



.Iamks.I. NiitY, Oberlin. 

1). I). OsuoKN, . North Dover. 

Ca!»9ii;!« C. Parker, Ripley. 

Milton C. Phillips Royalion, Wis. 

.\n(:klo C. Pickett Ravenna. 

.1 A.PiEUSo.v, Goodrich, Mich. 

II. K Polk, Milton, Ky. 

W II. PuGSLKT Russell. 

VIiLTON C. R.vTUBUN, Ncwbiirgh. 

Frank G. Robb, ; . Coe Ridge. 

Fl'Lton S. Robinson, ...;... Maysville. 

Winnie B. Ross, Cambridge, Pa. 

EhWARi) A. Siiannefelt, Cassopolis, Mich. 

James H. Sanders, , Madison, Ind. 

Charles H. Sawyer Kent. 

Frank E. Sawyer Newburgh. 

C. A. Searle Berkshire. 

,). A. SiiAWAN, Urbana. 

P. E. Sherman, Canaan. 

Ei>wiN B. Smith, Cerro Gordo, 111. 

Thomas P. Smith, Cairo, 111. 

F. II. Snow, Avon. 

.1. (I. Stkwert, Cleveland. 

William Suni>beck, Manistee, Mich. 

Albert Thrasher, ........ Burton. 

I, N. Vantassel, ....... Milton Center. 

C. E, Walters Chagrin Falls. 

Herbert K. Wester velt, ....... Oberlin. 

F. N. Wilcox, Brecksville. 

William I). Wilder, ...... Mulberry Corners. 

I!. ,1. WiLKiN.sov, ........ Columbus. 

John W. Worrell, ...... Brownsville, Pa. 

Clinton Wyeth, . . . . . . . . New Way. 

A. J. YoiNfi, ........ Four Corners. 

Juniors .'. 8 7 



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fuglisli ji[^p^^f0^| lejJtJi^fment- 



INSTRUCTORS. 



JAMES H. LAIRD, Principal. 
Miss KATE A. BUSHNELL. AUGUSTUS G. UPTON. 

Assisted by students in the Seminary, and in the higher classes of the ColU'ije 

and^adies'' Department. 



STUDENTS. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Alfred A. Aldrich, ... . . . . . Crystal, I:>. 

Edwi\ R. Alger. ....... West Richfield. 

Burton W. Allis, Forest. 

Charles F. Ander.^o.n, ..... Edwarcisburg, Mich. 

.John L. Anuerson, . . . . . . . Rossville, 111. 

W. L. Anperson, ...... East Berkshire, Vi. 

Benjamin F. Armstkono, ..... Hayesville. 

Alfred Army, ........ Chicago, III. 

L. Arnold, ........ Randolph, N. Y. 

J. H. Atwater, ......... Castalia. 

Arthur Bacon, ...... Edwardsburg, Mich. 

Anson C. Barber. ..... Chester Cross Roads. 

Henry J. Barnabee, ........ York. 

F. B. Barrett, ....... New London. 

Bolivar K. Beach, Pittstield. 

Albert Beecher, ........ VVakeman. 

Augustus Bell, ........ Oberlin. 

William R. Bell, ........ Oberlin. 

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OBKIiLIX COLLEGE. 



H E. Bell Haidin. 

CASsiMtR D Bksnett, Eljrja. 

Artiii-r W. Breed, Hampton, la. 

Chester Boxstel, Oberlin. 

S. E. Boots, Plainfield, 111. 

C. B. BoswFLL, New Hope, Va. 

KiRHY BuTUWELL, Cleveland. 

Mai'rice a. Bradley, Cleveland. 

Sami'ki. K r.uAiiLEY, Toledo. 

Frank R Brown, Toledo. 

John E. Bkyan, . . . . . . . Solsburg, Ind. 

K. 11. Calaway Iionton. 

John Carpe.nteb North Eaton. 

\Vii.LiA.M ("a.'hi'bell Kenton. 

David W. Carter, ' . . . Oberlin. 

W. "W. Carter Dunkirk, N. Y. 

Edward A. Cary, Elyria. 

A. Chapman, Sheffield Lake. 

Caius a. Chapman, , Huntington. 

Ciiari.es E. Clark Oberlin. 

Cassu's M. Clay, Spartansburg. 

Ransom B. Collier North Fairfield 

Ukokge T. Cook, Aberdeen, Miss. 

James Colwell. Baton Rouge, La. 

J. W. ("ouN . Bridgewater. 

William H (^ raio, ....... West Liberty. 

Bkrtie D. Crane, Oberlin. 

C. H. Crane, Oberlin. 

LsAAC B. Cypher Saxon, Pa. 

N S. Daniels Euggles. 

Casstus K. Davfs Cleveland. 

J M. Davis. Rockiord, 111. 

John F. Day, Elyria. 

.Xrtiuir W. Dean, ...... Kelley's Island. 

L. B. Demuth, Tuscarawas. 

L. M. De Mass Sullivan. 

Frank E. Denman, Wakeman. 

Georoe M. Derr, ........ Sharon. 

H. C. Dillingham, Arcade, N. Y. 

DoLSEY Daniel, Baton Rouge, La. 

Wallace C. Drake, . Sullivan. 

A. L. Didley, Henrietta. 

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OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



Robert H. Donston, ...... South Salem. 

Stephen L. Dunham, ....... CoUamer. 

Arthur Dusenberrt, . . . . . Chester Cross Roads. 

JosiAH A. Eade, Elizabeth, 111. 

Harry G. Edgerton, . Fremont. 

W. A. EisEXHOUR, ........' Fremont. 

Isaac Eversole, Basil. 

Charles A. Favel, . Oberlin. 

Fred. A. Fields, Oberlin. 

Joseph R. Finney, . Flint, Mich. 

D. C. Fischer, Romney, W. Va. 

Uriah Fletcher, Royalton, Wis. 

Thomas F. Flowers, . Oberlin. 

E. W. Frazer Ravenna. 

D. C. Freeman, La Grange. 

Eugene Froelich, ....... Independence. 

George L. Gill, Oberlin. 

John A. Godlet, ........ Oberlin. 

A. H. Gotham, White Sulphur Springs. 

Nathan A. Graham, Flushing, Mich. 

Albert Greeley, Oberlin. 

W. S. Hackney, Aurora, III. 

A. B. Hanshue, Mendon, Mich. 

Frank S. Harder, Castleton, N. Y. 

Lewis Hardick, Millville, N. Y. 

C. F. Harpster, ........ Birllevue. 

Frank Haven, North Eaton. 

Vernon A. Herrtck, Chester Cross Roads. 

Frank P. Hill, Jackson, Miss. 

T. P. Hill, Mayfield. 

, H. A. Hills, ......... Oberlin. 

William H. Hodge, Oberlin. 

Ira Hoops, New Paris, Ind. 

Edward L. Hotchkiss, South Kirtland. 

Joseph Hoyle, Newton Falls. 

Charles S. Hfbbard, Pittsburg, Pa. 

Herbert G. Husted, ...... Greenwich. 

Charles D. Jones, Penfield. 

Leonard Jones, Penfield. 

Lafayette Jordan, Lirtle Rock, Ark. 

L. W. Jordan, Bucyrus. 

Charles C. Kelley, Fostoria. 

A. P. Kimball, Oberlin. 

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1 — • , 


OBEJlL/y 


COLLEGE. 


Henry C. Kimhai.i 


Tidioute. Pa. 


Henuy F. Kimball, 


Chicago, in. 


L. F. KlNCi^lilRY, 


Pittuficld. 


Henry M. Kinsman, 


Potsdnm Junctioa, N. T. 


Charles J. Kirk, 


Crescent, Pa. 


Gkorge E. Kline, 


Mercer, Pa. 


F. Adon Krill, 


Tonlogany. 


Stanley B. Lafkerty, 


Oberlin. 


C. Lacoue, .... 


Havanna. 


Alpiioxzo D. Lindslet, 


Penfield. 


He.vuy F. Low, 


Albion, 111. 


Arnold Lynn, 


Randolph, N. Y. 


Amos H, Lyon, 


Raymond, 


Julian Lyon, 


Copley. 


Frank W. Lctz, 


Elmore. 


James Manny, 


Royalton. 


Stewart McClelland. 


Oberlin. 


John W. McCadoo, 


Oberlin. 


Isaac N. McMoran, 


St, Paris. 


Samuel Messer, 


Psiinassus, Pa. 


I. B. Mills, 


Nelson, 


Charles Minch, 


Vermillion, 


George C. Moore, 


Mercer, Pa. 


Geokge W. Morriss, 


Oberlin. 


H. L. Moses, 


Cleveland. 


J H. Mull 


Oberlin. 


Orlo C. Nelson. 


Coe Ridge, 


John H. Nickel, 


Fremont. 


Setii C. Niman, 


Spring Mills, 


John Onnks, .... 


Smith's Ferry, Pa, 


George W. Oravkj. 


Belle vne. 


George A. Oswald, 


Tontogany. 


ChARLK.S W. OviATT, 


Dunkirk, N, Y, 


Salmon A. Pardee, 


Windham, 


A. E. Pearfon, 


London, Pa. 


Charles B. Penkield, 


Oberlin. 


William II. 1'knn. 


Burlington, 


Willis F. Persons, 


Sullivan. 


Fred I). IMerce, 


Wakeman. 


RoitERT A. PiNN, 


Oberlin. 


James F. Powers, 


Perrysburg. 


.1. A. I'l',l\< K, 


Urbnna. 


Wll, S. I'UOSSKR. 


New London. 


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OBEBLrX COLLEGE. 



James K. Polk, 
G. A. Ramsey, 
R. S. Ramsey, 
Albekt H, Rathbux, 
Frank E. Rathbun, 
George Reber, 
Charles T, Redferx, 
Horace G. Redington, 
John W. Richards, 
Ransom B. Richards, 
NoRMAX S. Robe, 
Theodore C. Rogers, 
George E. Rose, 
S. T. Runnells, 
Thomas C. Sanders, 
L. H. Sanford, 
WiLLARD A. Sawyer. 
William G. Saxton, 
John Schmidt. 
Frederick B. Scisson, 
John Scott, 
John L. Scott, 
Lewis R. Scott, 
Arthur E. Sexton, 
James B. Sholl, 
Hezekiah Shorter, 
John W. Small, 
James P. Smead, 
Abram F. Smith, 
Charles L. Smith, 
F. M. Smith, 
William G. Smith, 
J. R. Smithea, 
Alfred Squire, 
Amos A. Starwalt, 
John W. Stevens, 
Alfred Stewart, 
Ernest B. Streator, 
Hale Strickland, 
William Strickland, 
Vernon A. Strong, 
William H. Strong, 
John H. Stull, 



Chicago. 

New Lisbon. 

New Lisbon. 

Oberlin. 

Oberlin. 

Sandusky. 

Bloom. 

Amherst. 

Rutland. 

Brimfield. 

Braceville. 

New Fairfield, Ct. 

Elyria. 

New Way. 

Vicksburg, Miss. 

Saines' Mills, N. Y. 

Painesviile. 

Oberlin. 

Euclid Creek. 

East Cleveland. 

Port Burnell. 

Table Rock, W. Va. 

Florence. 

Oberlin. 

Burlington, N. J. 

Lawrence, Kan. 

Aurora, 111. 

Madison. 

Jersey City. 

Millford, Mich. 

Toledo. 

Oberlin. 

Richmond, Va. 

Elyria. 

Oberlin. 

Pensacola, Fla. 

Vicksburg, Miss. 

Oberlin. 

New Albany, Minn. 

Ravenna. 

Huntsburg. 

Oberlin. 

Fremont. 



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OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



Jay H. Sturgis. 
David E. Swank, 
John W. Tayi.ok, 

GhOROE W. TeNNANT, 

Selden D. Tennant, 
Lkroy B. Thompson, 
PiiiLir G. Thompson, 

WiLUARD L. TORREt, 

0. J. Turner, 
Ltmam E. Tuttle, 
Benjamin A. V^aughn, 
Edwin H. Waite, 
Richaru Wallace, 
Martin L. Walt, 
Frank Warner, 
Davii> L. Watson, 
F. Edward Weeks, 
Ira E Welch, 
Anson West, 
Fred. West, 
Geo. L. West. 
Asa L. Weston, 
W. L. Wetter, 
J. M. White, 
George E. Whitney, 
Omer a. Whitney, 

AVKRY J. WiGHTMAN, 

Charles A. Wilcox, 
H. C. Wilcox, 

ArOlISTl'S WiLDMAN, 

Milton Williams, 
Senaca B. Williams, 
Clarence C. Wilmot, 
Stanley E. Wilmot, 
R. Wilson, 

Frank L. Winchester, 
Frederick Wright, 
Groroe Wright, 

English Preparatory.. 



Steuben. 

Delta. 

Austin, Texas. 

Kipton. 

, Kipton. 

Norwalk. 

Kensington, Mich. 

Oberlin. 

ZanesYille. 

Decaulin, Mich. 

Peakesvilh', Mo. 

Oberlin. 

Copper Falls, Mich. 

Rolling Prairie, Ind. 

Plainfield, 111. 

Oberlin. 

Birmingham. 

Cleveland. 

Pittsfield. 

Pittsfield. 

Tontogany. 

Dover. 

Atwater Center. 

Atwater. 

Sandusky. 

Oberlin. 

Cleveland. 

Brecksville. 

Brecksville. 

Sandusky. 

Milan. 

Gustavus. 

Claridon. 

Claridon. 

Penfield. 

Cambridge, Pa. 

Wyanett, 111. 

Oberlin. 



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adies' lepatimeni. 



FACULTY. 



JAMES H. FAIRCHILD, President. 

Mrs a. a. F. JOHNSTON, Principal. 

Miss MARY M. KINNEY', Assista.nt. 

JAMES DASCOMB. JOHN M.ELLIS. CHARLES H. CHURCHILL. 

JUDSON SMITH. GILES W. SHURTLEFF. ALBERT A. WRIGHT. 



JAMES R. SEVERANCE. JAMES K. NEWTON. AUGUSTUS G. UPTON. 

Miss KATE A. BUSHNELL. 



LADIES' BOARD OF MANAGERS. 



Mrs. a. a. F. JOHNSTON. 
Mrs. MARIANNE P. DASCOMB. 
Mrs. REBECCA FINNEY. 
Mrs. SARAH D. PENFIELD. 



Mhs. MARY L. P. KINNEY. 
Mrs. MINERVA E. ELLIS. 
Mrs. ELIZABETH S. MEAD. 
Mrs. AUGUSTA B. SMITH. 



Mrs. MARY B. SHURTLEFF, 



STUDENTS. 



FOURTH YEAR. 



XAMES. 
CaLISTA AxT'REWS. 

Annie Sara Benso.v, 
Ellen Josephine Brickett, 
Emma Irene Crumrine, 



RESIDENCES. 



Frycburg, Me. 

Beloit, Wis 

East Lake George, N. Y 

Nova. 



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QBE RUN 

V.IA..K Dooi.nrLE, 


COLLEGE. 


Ontario, Ind. 


Elizabktii Pattkrson Gkaiiam, 


Lexington. 


Anna Holland Jones, 


Oberlin. 


Mary Edith Kkx.ney, 


Oberlin. 


Hkxriktta May Lorixo, 


Berlin Heights. 


Maroahet Olive McKinsey. 


Sterling, 111. 


Erxe.stixe Antonia Mergler, 


Wheeling, 111. 


Florence Corxelia Nichols, 


Oberlin. 


Martha Jenette Nichols, 


Oberlin. 


Ada Osborx, .... 


, Austinbarg. 


Mary Alice Pexfield, 


Cleveland. 


Mary Amanda Pros-ser, 


New^ London. 


Francis Amelia Stevens, 


River Falls, Wig. 


Emma Dorinda Tennant, 


Camden. 


Frances Leonora Wheelock, 


Oberlin. 


Fanny Lucixa Wilcox, 


Twinsburg. 


Amy £van7eline Willcutt. 


Oberlin. 


Alice Wright, 


Oberlin. 


Fourth Year 


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THIRD 


YEAR. 


NAMES. 


KK9IDENCES. 


Carrie Nelson Allen, 


Cincinnati. 


Sarah Ruth Allen, 


Brecksville. 


Frances Amelia Bassett, 


Dundee, N. Y. 


EiiGExiE Reach, .... 


Perry sburg. 


Hki.ex Bell, . . . .' 


Oraiigeville, Mich. 


Henkiktta Maria ('lapi% 


Himtsburg. 


Louise Hannah Clark, 


Huntington. 


M.iRY ,Alta Clemans, 


Dover. 


Abhie Elvira Cushman, 


M»ttoon, 111. 


Klla May Davies, 


West Unity. 


.\nxa Jane Evan.s, 


Oberlin. 


Emilt Ewing, 


Randolph, N. Y. 


Ahbik Manchester Field, 


Oberlin. 


Mary .Adeline Fkayer, 


Carson. 


Ink/. Gridley, ... 


Clarkefield. 


.Margaret Adki.la Hixe, 


Berlin Heights. 


Mary Minerva Hunt, 

:!0 


Otto, N. Y. 


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OBEBLIN COLLEGE. 



Martha Rebecca Jacksox, 
Mart Eliza Lane, 
Mary Elton McClelland, 
Ella Artoa McCoxovghey, 
Carolixe ViRr.ixiA Scott, 
Ellex Shaw, 
Sarah Myra Silsby, 
Sarah Eliza Stroxg, 
Sarah Caroline Thompsox, 
Lizzie C. Walker, 
Etta Mary Webster, 
Helex Cowles Wheeler, 
Myra Rebecca Wright. 
Sarah Zcrmehley, 

Third Year 



Obcrlin. 

Welliugton. 

Ues Moines, la. 

Oberlin. 

Oberlin. 

Cover f, Mich. 

Selmn, Ala. 

Seville. 

Denver, Col. 

Wiureu. 

Red Wing. 

Butler, Mo. 

Oberlin. 

Yellow Bud. 

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SECOND YEAR. 



names. 
AnALizA Adair, 
Mett.v Victoria Aldrich, 
Margaret Elizabeth Axderton. 
Esther Amelia Barxes, 
Josephine Boyd Bateham, 
Artemisia Bebout, 
Sarah Isabel Bell, 
Alice Corxelia Bisbee, 
Charlotte Ann Burr, 
Emma Rebecca Caughey. 
Clara Lydia Clisbek. 
Mart Lovixa Colvix, 
Harriet Lke Cooper, 
Amaxda Jane Frow, 
Mart Ellex Ga^^tox, 
Ella Eliza Gates, 
Laura Arathusa Hobbs, 
Su3anxa Elizabeth Hor.Bs, 
Sarah M. Kimball. 
Caroline Louise Lkoxard, 
Clara Leonard, 
Lena Lyon, ... 



l<ES:nEXCES. 

Osawatomie, Kan. 

Dover. 

Bedford. 

Talmadge. 

Painesville. 

Savannah. 

Anainosia. 

Ashtoii, R. I. 

Morrison. I'l. 

IS'oith Kingsville. 

Oberlin. 

Clyde. 

Fredericktown. 

Winchester. 

Sterling, 111. 

New Loi.don. 

Elsie, Mich. 

Lebanon, Mo. 

Green Bay, Wis. 

Scotland. Mass. 

Willdiighby. 

Elyria. 



OBERLIN 


GOLLEGE. 


Anna Janes Mead, 


. ' . . Cornwall, Vt. 


Lizzie Anna Meadows, 


Elyria. 


Hannah Hattie Mekker, 


Huron. 


LucT Haywood Metcalf, 


Elyria. 


Harriet Allen Munoee, 


Chicago, 111. 


Jii.^^TiTiA AzALiA Parsons, 


La Grange. 


Ella Amelia Pierce, 


Champion. 


Mart Putnam Powell, 


Lake Forest, 111. 


Mart Alice Reed, 


Clinton, la. 


Minnie Elizabeth Robb, 


Oberlin. 


Eliza Rohertson Seymour, 


Oberlin. 


Emma Jane Smith, 


Pittsfield. 


Sarah Alice Suutt, 


Middleport. 


Mart Maria Tibbals, 


North Royalton, 


Effleda Veronica Thompson, 


Medina. 


Sarah Jane Woodson, 


Berlin. 


Second Year 


38 


— — — •■- 

FIRST 


YEAR. 


NAMES. 


RESIDENCES. 


Sarau Ann Anderton, 


Bedford, 


Jessie Rhoua Billings, 


North Royalton. 


Klizabeth Ai'RiLLA Brewster, 


Oberlin. 


Cora E. Broughton, 


Peninsula. 


Harriet Lord Bryant^ 


Vermillion. 


Annette Tsadore Birr, 


Oberlin. 


Ida Ellk.vora Ceas, 


Oberlin. 


Oertrude Crapser, 


Lyons, la. 


Lena Spensley Davis, 


Galena, 111. 


Mary Elmina Dickinson, 


Randolph. 


Ella Janes Dwyer, 


St. Avmand, P. Q. 


tiisACE Augusta Faircmild, 


Oberlin. 


Mary Fletcher, 


Ravenna. 


Florence Harris, 


Berlin Heights. 


Anna Elizabeth Harter, 


Crawfordsville. 


Anna Elizabeth Hatch, 


Springfield, Mass. 


Flora Parnell Higgins, 


Waverly. 


Frances Jane Holliday, 


North Springtield, Pa. 


LizziK Ada IIollihay, 


North Springfield, Pa. 




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OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



Carrie Maude Hubbard, 
Esther A. Kendeioh, 
Mary Tryphena Leonard, 
Mary Fidelia Loomis, 
Stella Eldorado Madison, 
Charlotte M. Martlina, 
Mary Jane Mawhir, 
Estella a McClure, 
Jane A. Mead, 

Helen Josephine Millspaugh, 
Celia Elizabeth Moles, 
Mary Macila Moles, 
Alma Z. Muzzy, 
Mary Sophronia Myers, 
Mattie a. Parker, 
Emily A\ne Parry, 
Elsie Jane Reynolds, 
Sarah Huldah Roe, 
Helen Eliza Rood, 
Kate Adele Rosebrugh, 
Anna Rowley, 
Sarah Bell Sayre, 
Lydi A Roana Sheldon, 
Laura Charlot Smith, 
Lucia Lydia Snow. 
Josephine Francelia Spitzer, 
Harriet Belle Stodart, 
Lou Massa Tracy, . , 
Hattie Earle Van Ostrand, 
Bertha E Waite, 
Emely E. Waite, 
Fanny Julia Webster, 
Effa May Wood, 

First Year 



Cincinnati. 

South Amherst. 

Oberlin. 

Uuntsburg. 

Rome City. Ind. 

New Orleans, La 

Westfield. N Y. 

Ravenna. 

Buchanan, Mich. 

Clinton, Mich. 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

Modt'na, Wis. 

Mansfield. 

Oberlin. 

Lucas. 

P'Ainesville. 

Madison. 

Oberlin. 

.\iuhoy, I'l. 

Fredericktown. 

West Liberty. 

Whittlesey. 

Adam's Mills. 

Avon. 

Medina. 

Oberlin. 

Mansfield. 

Neeniih, Wis. 

Batavift, N. Y 

Ravenna. 

Oberlin. 

Carlisle. 

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IN SELECT STUDIES. 



NAMES. 

LiLi.iAx L. Allen, 
Matiw)\ Andrews, 
Alice Gary, 
Ida Cassell, 
LuELLA Cassell, 
Eva Josephine Ceas, 
Sara E. Cuamberlin, 
LicY Ella Cii vmbees, 
Mary D. Clark, 
Nellie Comings, 
Caroline P. Cornell, 
Florence A.Gilchrist, 
Emma G. Grader, 
Ellen Jane Hall, 
Axon-; K. Hatch, 
Anna R. Hayes, 
Emjia Leach, 
Julia H. Lewis, 

ALTA LaFI'ERTY, 

Eli/.areth Laird McCleli. 
Sylvia W. Moi'nt, 
Kittie.M. Parmely, 
Anna C. Powers, 
Fanny M. Toi'Lifk, 
Ella F. Webster, 
Ella Welch, 
josel'hine woodwortii, 

In Select Studies 



\ND, 



KE9 DENCES. 

Linndale. 

Hudsoa, N. Y. 

Salem. 

Fredericktown. 

Frederickiown. 

Obeiiin. 

(ii-iiiul Isle, Vt. 

Bucyvus. 

Ravenna. 

St. Joseph, Mich. 

Sharonville. 

Oberlin. 

Fiiidlpy. 

Oberlin. 

Lisle, 111. 

Hanover. 

Traverse City, Mich. 

Pleasanton, Mich. 

Oberlin. 

Des Moines, la. 

Fredericktown. 

Dayton. 

Oberlin. 

Elyria. 

He'l Wing, Minn. 

'I'liorntown, Ind. 

Williamsfield. 

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OBERLIN COLLEGE. 


. PREPARATORY 


COURSE, 


NAMES. 


RESIDEXCES. 


Jeannette a. Adams, 


Huron. 


Martha Anderson, .... 


Edwardsburgh. 


Amanda S. Austin, 


North Eaton. 


Mary M. Austin, . . • . 


North Eaton. 


Emma M. Bailey, .... 


Russia. 


Julia M. Barnard, 


Oberlin. 


Harriet A. Barnes, .... 


Four Corners. 


Matilda C. Barnes, 


St. Louis, Mo. 


Catherine Bauji, .... 


New Philadelphia. 


Augusta C. Bell, .... 


Henrietta 


WlLLI-\NN BeUCHLET, 


Houston, Texas. 


Clara J. Biddle, .... 


Bucyrus. 


Jessie R. Billin7s, 


Royalton. 


Mary E. Blaxchard, 


Birmingham. 


Rosa M. Blount, .... 


Evansville, Ind. 


Anna Bond, . . . 


Springfield, Tenn. 


Julia C. Booth, .... 


Corpus Ciiristi, Texas. 


R.\cnEL L. Bowman, .... 


Massillon. 


Maria E. Braithwaite, 


Pittsfield. 


Elizabeth Brewster, . . 


Oberlin. 


Nellie A. Brice, ... 


Russia. 


Laura C. Brook.s, ... 


Knoxville, Tenn. 


Alice A. Brown, .... 


Chesterville. 


Carrie M. Brown, 


Chagrin Falls. 


Emma G. Brown, .... 


Oberlin. 


Kate L. Brown, .... 


Cleveland. 


Clarissa Bryan, .... 


Solsbuiy, Ind. 


Calista E. Butler, .... 


Spring Valley. 


Sarah E. Caldwell, . . 


Tippecanoe. 


Annetta Cameron, .... 


' . . Kelley's Island. 


Jennette Cameron, 


Kelley's Island. 


Alida D. Canfield, ... 


" East, Cleveland. 


Ellen M. Carpenter, 


Guy's Mills, Pa. 


Emma E. Carpenter, .... 


Painesville. 


Nettie A. Carpenter, ... 


Eaton. 


Carb;ie C- Carter, .... 


Sheffield. 


Nettie Chaffee, .... 


Tippecanoe City. 


Josephine Chapman, .... 


Huntington. 


Ida a. Childs, .... 


Chagrin Falls. 


3.-) 




1 



(>lu:i!f.lX COLLEGE. 



Cklia E Christie, 
Eva L. Ciii.KCii, 
Oakhie a. Clapi*, 
Ai.ick; H. ("i. \uk, 
IIaitik S. Ci. mmv. 
Mi.NKKVA A. Clark, 
Jri.iA M. Clay, 
Emma A Clkmaxs, 

J in A M. COATKS, 

Caukik C (-ornx, 
Maktiia Co.mut, 
Cora A. Cook, 
Jennie (). Corp, 
Kate L5. Cowles, 
Alice C. Ckujiiuxe, 
Martha J. Cvlter, 
Julia M. Curry, 
Ada a. Curtis, 
Emma M. Dv.ney, 
Lena S^ Davis. 
Mary E. L»avis, 
Harriet A. !>enma.\. 
Anna M. Demuth, 
Roxana Deseemek, 
Sarah M. D'Isay, 
Nellie E Dkkky, 
Harkiet S Doaxe, 
Clara R i)oxnell, 
Harriet Durk, 
Nora K. Karl, 
Clara Eaton, 
Julia A Edwards, 
Martha F. EowAROb, 
JosKiMiisE Elden, 
Mary Ellis, 
Harriet N. Ellsworth, 
Harriet M. Emmons, 
Florence Ewalt, 
Myra Fellows, 
Sarah E Fkxn, 
I HA L. Fii:li), 
Evelina A. Fitts, 
Mary Frances, 



Penfield. 

La Grange. 

Hiinlsburg. 

Twinsburg. 
Huntin^flon. 
Huntington. 

Dover. 

Brecksville, 

Fort Dodge. la. 

Toutogany. 

Woodville. 

Dexier Citj. 

Jefl'erson. 

Nova. 

Florida. 

Oherlin. 

Farniington. 

Freedom. 

Galena, 111. 

Dublin. 

Waketnan. 

Trenton; 

Wakeman. 

Toledo. 

Bedfonl. 

East Cleveland. 

Greensburg, Ind. 

Sliaron. 

IMymoutli. 

Oberlin. 

Warren. 

E St Rockport. 

Jefl'orson, la. 

('eylon. 

Hudson 

Eaton. 

Howland. 

Chagrin Falls. 

'rallni:,dge. 

Russia. 

Pliiladelpliia, Pa. 

Traverse City, Mich. 



OBEBLIN COLLEGE. 



1 



LiXA Frayer, 
Jennie E. Freeman, 
Olive M. Freeman, 
Jennie M. French, 
Margaret E. Frow, 
Florence E. Gage, 
Mary P. Gid dings, 
Josephine F. Gilson, 
Mary E. Greene, 
Mary J. Greene. 
Flora B. Grifhth, 
Myra a. Hale, 
Fannie S. Hall, 
Julia A. Hallock, 
Eva Hamlin, 
Julia C. Hammond, 
Martha P.. Hanchett, 
Emma Hand, 
Jessie Hartshorn, 
Flora E. Heath, 
^arah Hickerson, 
Della J. HictoK, 
Harriet L. Hinman, 
Florence P. Higgins, 
Lillian E. Holbrook, 
Florence A. Holmes, 
Ada V. HoRR, 
Jennie Hosler, 
Bessie A. Hubbard, 
Emma J. Hubbard, 
Eva L Heusner, 
Anna Hurlbut, 
Diana A Hull. 
Ida M. fluLL, 
Sophia Hungerford, 
Jennie L. Hunter, 
Cora Husted, 
Mary J. Hutcuins, 
Alice V. Hyde, 
Betsey Jackson, 
Ida B. Johnson, 
Lutitia J. Johnson, 
Huldah Kauffelt, 



Carson. 
Oberlin. 
Penfield. 
SuUivan. 
Winchester. 
Olmsteiid. 
West Brookfield, Mass. 
Garrettsvilie. 
Ashville, N. Y. 
New London. 
Rolling Prairie, Ind. 
Obeilin. 
Oberlin. 
North Bass Island. 
Eljria. 
Detroit, Mich. 
Oberlin. 
Albany, N. Y. 
Marblehead. 
Florence. 
Dayton. 
. , Mecca. 
Ravenna. 
Waverly. 
Cleveland. 
Kenton. 
Ravenna. 
Greenwich. 
Amherst. 
Avon. 
Henrietta. 
Chicago, 111. 
Russia. 
Sandusky. 
West Broiue, Ca. 
Charles town. 
Berlin Heights. 
Tippecanoe City- 
Wells Corners 
Pittsfield. 
Ripley. 
Cambridge. 
Mont Sterling. 





^-,1 


OBERLJN (JOLLKGE 

1 


MiNMK I,. K M iri:i.T, ..... 


Mont Sterling. 


l.,oTTiK A. Ki.\(;.sui;iiY, .... 


Detroit, Mich. 


Carrik E. LaDow, .... 


Camden. 


Mari.\ S. LA.Mlt, 


Obcrlin. 


Mary Lamukrt, 


Chiigrin Falls. 


Lii.MK .M. Lam.so.v, 


CleveLind. 


Er,T-A A. Lane, 


Twinsburg. 


IlATrti; Lkaih, 


Traverse City, ^licli. 


Victoria E. Leavkll, .... 


Cincinnati. 


Nelmk M. Li:wi.s, 


Oberlin. 


-Maria Lickori.sm, 


, North Ridgeville. 


Ella M. Linslet, 


Millville, N. Y. 


Mary C. LoN(;iiO.\, 


Nortli Eaton. | 


Helkn H. Lord, 


Ravenna. 


Martha A. Lore, .... 


Fii'doricktown. 


Flora A. Lovelaxd. 


New Haven. 


• Mary Loomis, 


Lodi. 


Carrie A. LicAS, 


Marion. 


Stella L. Lymax, 


Richfield. 


Mary Maddock, 


North Ridgevi le. 


Mary A. Maushali,, .... 


Rochester. 


ViRIjI.MA ^1 M.VKTIN, ..... 


Mt. Vernon. 


Harriet E. Martlixo, .... 


New Orleans, La. 


Lor r. Mather, 


Steuben. 


Mahle Ma.wvsll, 


Bonlder, Col. 


A I.IDA McCa.skey, 


Sulphur Springs. 


Kaxny L. McGookey, 


Venice. 


Mary E. McTntyre, . . 


De Kalb. 


Etta McMillax, 


La Crosse, Wis. 


Anxa M. Mead, 


Hartland. 


Lex A M. Mead, 


Olmsted Falls. 


Nellie A. Mead, 


Layottoville, N. Y. 


Harriet E. .Messenger, .... 


Windham. 


EiMTii Kr.Y Metcalf, 


Flyria. 


Ill.l.A A. .\IeTi ALI, 


Warren. 


.\risMoo\, 


Oberlin. 


('HARLoTT J. MoKKK, 


<lale8burg. 111. 


Emma (!. Mudue, 


Galesburg 111. 


Jane Nkedham, 


Four Corners. 


Fa.vnie M. .Nelsox, 


O'mslead. 


Anna E, Nettletox, 


Lexington. 


l",i.i/. \ (i. Xottimih v.m. 


Easttield, Va. 


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OBERLIX COLLEGE. 




1 

Ella Oake3, . . . . , 


Guy's Mill*, Pa. 


Ella Olix, 


Belleville. 


1 Emma A. Ophee, . ' . 


La Grange. 


' Ella Palmer, 


Fitchville. 


Anna M. Parker, 


Tracy City, Tenn. 


1 Mary G. Parks, , . 


Oberlin. 


Ida M, Parmenter, .... 


Vermontville, Mich, 


Mary C. Penfield, 


Oi)erliu. 


Mary M. Phelps, 


Chai-dori, 




East rieveliind. 


Ida a. Pierce, ...... 


Wakeman, 


EviE L. Pinxet, 


South Newbury. 


t Helen L. Poe, .,,... 


Ravenna. 


Cornelia L. Porter, 


Le Mars, la. 


■ Cora N. Pounds, 


Oberlin. 


; Laura M. Pratt, 


Jolmstown. 


\Iaxe L. Prosser, 


Hnrtland. ' 


' Nebraska M. Quigley. .... 


Vermillion. j 


Mary S. Quaile, 


Huron. 


i Anna A. Ransom, 


Sandusky. 


! M. Alice Ransom, , . . . . 


Sandusky. 


i Mary E. Ratejl, 


Elyria. 


Eliza I>. Reed, ..... 


Twinbbuig. 


Ella A. Reed, . , , . , 


tireensburg. 


Harriet E, Reed, ..... 


Strongsville. 


' May Reed, 


Monroe. 


I L, Louis ROSBINS, 


La Grange. 


Anna Roberts, , . . . , 


Wavcrly. 


Floretta E, Robinson, . . - . 


liidgeville. 


Ida Rollin, 


NortJi Eaton. 


/ PlIEBA M, ROLLINSO-X, . . , , 


Oberlin. 


Emma J. Rosecrans, ..... 


Henrietta. 


Mary M. Rowe, ..... 


Toledo. 


Alice E, Rowell, ..... 


Pitistiejd. 


Nellie Rowley, .... 


Lorain. 


' Franc E, Rot,. ...... 


Oak Park, III. 


Eliza R. Sanderlin, 


Portsmouth, 


Helen C, Sanders, 


Garrettsville, 


Victoria Sawyer 


Sandu.sky, 


Kate Scheum, ... ... 


Bourbon. Ind. 


! Alice Searle, , , , , 


Berkshire, 


DOTHA C, Seymocb, 


Root.stown. 


1 39 

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1 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



LOUISK M. SnAKFKKR, 

Alu'k S. Sheldon, 
Ada L. Hiikrman, 
Klla a. Smith, 
Mary D. Smith, 
Mattie Smith, 
Leueda M. Sowell, 
Lydia E. Spaulding, 
Louise M. Sint.er, 
Frances E. Stili,, 
Sarah A. Stevenson, 
Abbie M. Stone, 
Augusta Straun, 
Zeny Strong, 
Ellen S. Sutliff, 
Anna I Tanner, 
Chloe M. Taylor, 
Mary E. Temple, 
Ada a. Thompson, 
Mary G. Thompson. 
Mary J. Thompson, 
Rosa R. Thompson, 
Ida E. Tompkins, 
Mary E. Townsend, 
Irene M. Tracy, 
Laura E Truesdale, 
Helen M. Van Tine, 
Lottie B. Walker, 
Eva E. Wallue, 
Hannah R. Warren, 
Alice R. Warner, 
Della J. Well8, 
Margaret D. Wklls, 
Alice C. West, 
Flora E Whedon, 
Mary A. Whedon, 
Winifred M. Wheeler, 
Etta A. White, 
Julia M. White, 
Carrie Whitmore, 
Mary 15 Win ox, 
Stella H. Wilcox, 



Bazetta. 

Whittlesey. 

Marengo. 

Olmstead. 

New York City. 

Copley. 

Aberdeen, Miss. 

Henrietta. 

Waterville. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Mayfield. 

Oberlin. 

Odell. 

Akron, Ind. 

Carlisle. 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Elyria. 

Birmingham. 

Hudson. 

Kensington. 

Middlefield. 

Middlefield. 

North Royalton. 

Avon. 

Middlefield. 

Four Corners. 

Cincinnati. 

Oberlin. 

Black River. 

Tonlogany, 111. 

East Springfield, Pa. 

Claridon. 

Claridon. 

Russia. 

Hinckley. 

Hinckley. 

Shelby. 

Henrietta. 

Mesopotamia. 

Wakeman. 

Russia. 

Richfield. 



10 



OBEBLIN COLLEGE. 



Ella Willard, . Baraboo, Wis. 

Alice M. Wilmot, ....... Claridon. 

LiDA A. Woodford, Burgh Hill 

Julia A. Woodson, Berlin. 

Mart J. Woodworth, ...... Townsend. 

Stella S. Wright, ....... Oberlin. 

Jennie M. Wteth, ....... New Way. 

Prei>aratory _ 258 



41 



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it nil 



FACULTY. 



JAMES n. FAIRCHILD, PREsinENT. 

FENELON B. RICE, Director. 
CALVIN B. CADY. L. CELESTI A WATTLES. ROSA D. ALLEN. 

CAMILLA M. NETTLETON, FRANCIS SCHWINGER. 

MICHAELIS GOLDBERG. WILLIAM B. CHAMBERLAIN. 



STUDENTS. 



GENTLEMEN. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

George W. Andrews, Obei-lin. 

Newton E. Bacon, Colebrook. 

Ovid P. Barhour, Traer, la. 

Bolivar K. Beach, Pittsfield. 

Clinton D. Black, ...... West Liberty. 

Ernest W. JJlake, Amhev.st. 

Herman B. Breduei k, Germanville. 

Lyman W. Burr, , Obevlin. 

^Orin B. Cady, Oberlin. 

Howard H. Carter, Tallmadge. 

Edward A. Cary, Elyria. 

J0.SEPH M. Cochran, Brookville. 

IIaiuiy A. Cook, Oberlin. 

Marion F. Cowan, Hardin. 

Charles E.Davi.s, Dublin. 

Alvaii Fkknch Wakeman. 

42 



OBEELIN COLLEGE. 



Edward W. Frazee, RaTenna. 

Ezra B. Geer, . . , Tabor, la. 

Ezra Gesaman, North Lawrence. 

George Gesamax North Lawrence. 

William R. Granms, Oberlin. 

Charles K. Gregort, . . . . Millville, N. Y. 

George S. Griffith, Castleton, N. T. 

.John Groff, ■. . Massillon, 

Frank S. Harder, Castleton, N. Y. 

Andrew L. Howard, ...... Kingsville. 

Dorset W. Hyde, Plainfield, N. J. 

Frank A. Kelley, Milan. 

S. Edward Kindig, Elkhart, Ind. 

Herbert M. Kino, Lenox. 

Oliver H. Koons, Sulphur Springs. 

Herbert D. Lafferty, Oberlin. 

Stanley B. Lafferty, Oberlin. 

Amos H. Lyon, Raymond. 

George B. Lyon, ...... Maquoketa, la. 

William D. McClekrt, .... West Alexander, Pa. 

Oscar B. Miller, . ...... Germano. 

Angelo C. Pickett, ....... Ravenna. 

Harlan Pomeroy, Strongsville. 

Andrew J. Raber. ... . ... Wolcottville, Ind. 

John C Scheffler, Wolcottville, Ind. 

Lewis R. Scott, ....... Florence. 

Alberto C. Shattuck, ..... Newton Falls. 

Theodore F. Shotwell. Oramel, N. Y. 

John West, Southington. 

George C. Westervelt, Oberlin. 

Washington C. Whitehill, .... Brookville. 

Mills Whittlesey, ...... Romeford, Ct. 

Herbert F. Wilbur, Oberlin. 

Charles C. Williams, Gustavus. 

Lucius A. Wright. Toledo. 

Gentlemen 51 



43 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



LADIES. 

NAMES. KESIDENCES. 

Jennie D. Ackslson Oberlia. 

Jennie A, Adams, ....... Huron. 

Alick W. Allen, ...... Cincinnati. 

Carrie N. Allen, ....... Cincinnati. 

Jettik W. Allen, ...... Ellsworth. 

n. LiLLiE Anderson, ...... Oberlin. 

Bessie P. Appleuate, ... ... Oberlin. 

Ella A. Armstrong, ....... Gallon. 

S. Frances Aspkr, ...... Chilicothe, Mo. 

Addie M. Backus, ....... Oberlin. 

Florence E. Bacon, .... Buchanan, Mich. 

Emua E. Barber, ..... Chagrin Falls. 

Esther A. Barnes, ...... Tallmadge. 

Sallie M, Barrows, Oberlin. 

Mary E. Bascom, Ashtabula. 

Ora a. Beardslky, Ellsworth. 

Mittie Bebout, . • Savannah. 

Retta E. Beecher, Winona, 111. 

Katie M. Belden, Oberlin. 

India E. Bell, Oberlin. 

Willianna Beuchlky, ■ . . , . Houston, Texas. 

Emma K. Bennett, Wellington. 

Sara A. Benson, Beloit, Wis. 

Alice Bentley, Marietta, 

Clara J. Biudle, Bucyrus. 

Mary E. Bi7elow, ....... Berea. 

Mattik M. BiciUAM, Seville. 

Lottie E. Binuuam, Cleveland. 

Ella R. Bihiiop, Oberlin. 

Lillian E. Blaciily, Cameron, Mo. 

Lou E. Blackmark, Parknian. 

Mart K. Blancuard, Birmingham. 

Lkvia E. Bond, Lyonsville, Pa. 

Frank IE E. Bosworth, Oberlin. 

Sarah A. Bradley Bangkok, Siam. 

LiBBiE Brewster, Oberlin. 

Caerie Brown, Oberlin. 

Kmma G. Brown, Oberlin. 

JknnikM. Brlck Wooster. 

44 



OBEELIN GOLLEaE, 



Claris Bryan, Solsbury, Ind. 

Charlotte A. Burr, Moi-rison, 111. 

Mary C. Bushnell, Oberlin. 

Mary E. Buss, Cieston. 

CalistaE. Butler, Oberlia. 

Maggie J. Callahan, Brantford, Out. 

Mary E. Campbell, ....... Oberlin. 

♦ Alice Carlkton, St. Clair, Mich. 

Mary B Carter, Columbus. 

Ida E. Ceas, Oberlin. 

Nellie J. Chaffee, Tippecanoe City. 

Emma Chamberlain, Kenton. 

Sarah E. Chamberlain, .... Grand Isle, Vt. 

Ella Chatfield, Oberlin. 

Olive Chatfield, Oberlin. 

Frankie a. Cheesmax, Oberlin. 

Ida a. Childs, Chagrin Falls. 

Nora T. Church, Elyria. 

Ella D. Churchill, Oberlin. 

E. Lemira Clark, Ravenna. 

Mary D. Clark, Ravenna. 

KiTTiE S. Clisbee, Oberlin. 

Julia M. Coates, Brecksville. 

Mary E Coates, Benzonia, Mich. 

Mary E. Cochrane, Ripley, N. Y. 

Hattie a. Cole, Copopa. 

Minnie B. Collins, Shannon, 111. 

Zella Coleman, West Williamgfield. 

Hattie A. CoMi\<iS, Oberlin. 

Zephyr H. Comstock, Oberlin. 

IviTTiE M. Cooley, Cleveland. 

Harriet''L. Cooper, Fredericktown. 

Grace Cornwell, Poland. 

Gertie Crapser, Lyons, la. 

Sarah A. Crosby, Ashtabula. 

Mary E. Crosier, Wellington. 

Fannie M. Crouch, Galway, N. Y. 

Minnie E. Crouch, . . . '^ . • Galway, N. Y. 

Martha J. Culter, Floral, 111. 

Mary S. Cummings, Clifton, 111. 

Hattie Currt, .... Cross Creek Village, Pa. 
Mary E. Curtis, Ashland. 

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OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



Mamk E. Davis, 
IIattie Davock, 
Faxnik L. Dkkrixo, 
Clara C. Deming, 
An.'<a Demutii, 
Kati-: Desh'th, 
Helen G. Dk Vok, 
Rose B. Dickso.v, 
Julia Dole, 
Clara Donxell, 
Allie C. Drake, 
Belle Dlgot, 
Lex Eatox, 
Mame C. Eatox, 
Martha F. Edwart»s, 
Josephine P. Elden, 



Hattie C. Eldred, 
t 
Hattie Elliott, 

Julia I Ei.more. 

Eva a. Emmoxs, 

Susan B. EsiinAiroH, 

Ella J. Farrar. 

Nettie Fenstemaker, 

Sophroxia Ferrkll, 

Mary E. Fisher, 

Sarah C. Fisher, 

Mary L. Fobes, 

E. Ida Ford, 

Mattie B. Fry, 

Rose E. Fuller, 

Nellie B. Gates, 

Pearly Gates, 

Allie H. Qeer. 

Julia D. Geer. 

Ida a. Giniis, 

Ella J. Gil( hrist,. 

Florence N. Gillet, 

Jennie L. Gould, 

Emma 6. Graber. 

Helen Graves, 

Jessie A. Graves. 

Mary E. Grikfin, 



Dublin. 

Cleveland 

Toledo. 

Oberlin. 

Trenton. 

Trent on. 

Newcastle', Pa. 

Independence, la. ♦ 

Bellevue. 
Greensburg, Ind. 
Atkinson, 111. 
Oberlin. 
Oberlin. 
Norwalk. 
East Rockport. 
Jefferson, Iowa. 
Elyria. 
La Grange. 
Lenox. 
Eaton. 
Tama City, la. 
Oberlin. 
Warren. 
Shiloh. 
Grafton. 
St. Clair, Mich. 
Oberlin. 
Ruggles. 
Kenton. 
Bloomfield. 
Eljria. 
Perrysburg. 
Oberlin. 
Edinburg. 
Oberlin. 
Oberlin. 
. Oberlin. 
Owasso, Mich. 
Findlay. 
Florence. 
Florence. 
Henrietta. 



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OBEIiLIN COLLEGE. 


Kate I. Guile, 


Owasso, Mich. 


Ellen J. Hall, 


Oberlin. 


Mart C. Hall, 


Charlestown. 


Anna M. Hopper, .... 


Grand Blanc, Mich. 


Angik K. Hatch, 


Lisle, m. 


Kate H. Hathaway, . . • . . 


Chatdon. 


Anna R. Hayes, 


Hanover. 


LORETTA B. HeDDEN, ..... 


Dewitt, la. 


Jennie Henry, 


Oberlin. 


Flora P. Higgins, 


Waverly. 


Eva Hill, , 


Windsor, ■ 


Floy C. Hinckley, 


Waukegan, III. 


Lillian E. Holbrook, 


Cleveland. 


May H. Holmden, 


Cleveland. 


Anna B. Howard, ...... 


Chicago, Ill- 


Carrie A. Howard, ..... 


Cincinnati. 


Emma Howard, . . ... 


New Falls. 


Louie E. Hows, ...... 


Mesopotamia. 


Addah V. Horr, 


Ravenna. 


Lizzie C. Huche.'J, ; 


Clyde. 


Nora Hunter, 


Clyde. 


Jennie' L. Huntley, 


Oberiia. 


MOLLIE J. HUTCHINS, 


Tippecanoe City. 


Effie J, Irwin, 


Greenfield. 


Jennie R. Jackson, ..... 


Avon. 


Ruth M. Jefferson, ... 

1 ' 


Fredericktown. 


1 

Carrie E. Jewett, ...... 


Newburgh. 


Ella A. Jewett, 


Oberlin. 


Anna M. Johnson, ..... 


Bui-ton. 


j Mary C. Johnson, . . 


Oberlin. 


1 Carrie L. Jones, 


Grinnell, la. 


Ida J. Jones, 


La Grange. 


IvAH L. Jones, 


Oraugeville. 


Hulda Kauffelt, 


Mt. Sterling. 


Minnie Kauffelt, 


.Mt. Sierling. 


Em.ma Kellogg, ...... 


Ashland. 


Lepha a. Kelsey, 


Oberlin. 


Matild.v Kile, ...... 


Andover. 


Sara M. Kimball, 


<Treen Bay, Wis. 


Lina Kinsinger, ...... 


Oberlin. 


Minnie Kin.singer, 


Oberlin. 


Eva L. Kirkton, 


Ruggles. 


Jennie Koch, 


Oberlin. 


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OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



Alta M. Laffkutt, 
LiLt.iK M. Lamso.n, 
IIattie Lka(M>, 
Blanche Lke, 
Victoria E. Leaveli., 
Clara A. Lewis, 
Nkllik M. Lewis, 
Mary A. Lii'scoMc, 
Martha Love, 
Helen F. Lovela.np, 
Rlla M. Manley, 
Adklla E. Manm, 
Fanme L. Mann, 
Hattie B Markham, 
Mary Mauvix, 
Amda WcCas-key. 
Lizzie L. ^FcClelland, 

ESTKLLA A, McClUNN, 
LOKETTA A, McCrAT, 

Fannib L. McGookkt, 
Lacka E, McMann, 

r LlLLIE E. McSlMSOS, 

Alice E, Mead, 
Belle D. Mead, 
LccY Metcalf, 
Cornelia Meyer, 
Mary S. Meyers, 
Aris Moov, 
Jessie \roo\, 
Mary C, Monroe, 
A. Jknxie IMontgomery, 
Lottie C. Morison, 
Mattie L. Morison, 
Fkankik M. Morse, 
Minnie M. Mosher, 
Kattie a. Muxger, 

fLvTTIE E, NaILOR, 

Fannie N, Nelson, 
Camilla M.Nettleton, 
Minnie J. Nettleton, 
Elvira L. Xioiols, 
Cecilia L. Norlr, 
Cora Noruis. 



Oberli«. 

Cleveland. 

Traverse City, Mich. 

Poland. 

Cincinnati. 

Ownsso, Mich. 

Oberlin. 

Oberlin, 

Fredericktown, 

Oberlin. 

Oberlin. 

Oberlin, 

Sullivan. 

Oberlin. 

Andover. 

Sulphur Springs. 

Des Moines, Iowa. 

Ravenna, 

Linesville, Pa. 

Venice. 

Coshocton. 

Zanesville. 

. Oberlin. 

Olmstead Falls, 

Elyria. 

Newton, la. 

Mansfield. 

Oberlin. 

Oberlin. 

Obei'lin. 

Oberlin, 

Oberlin, 

Oberlin. 

Oberlin. 

Brighton. 

Chicago, 111. 

Seville, 

Olmstead. 

Oberlin. 

,Oberlin, 

Florence, 

Wellington. 

Nankin. 



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OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



Ella Oakes, Guy"s Mills, Pa. 

Addie a. Osborne, , . . . . . Bainbridge. 

Carrie M. Paige, Oberlin. 

Mattie a. Parker, ...... Oberlin. 

Mat G. Parks Oberlin. 

KiTTiE M. Parmelt, ■ Dayton. 

Emma 0. Patterson, ...... Cleveland. 

Mart C Penfielp, Oberlin. 

Emily J. Pinn, Oberlin. 

Helen L. Poe, Ravenna. 

Laura M. Pratt, ....... Johnstown. 

Ella C. Pringle, ....!.. Cleveland. 

Alice Ransom, . . . . . • . . Sandusky. 

Anna A. Ra.vsom, ....... Sandusky. 

Ella A. Reed, ...... Greensburg, Ind. 

Mat Reed, Oberlin. 

Mary L. Regal, Oberlin. 

Elsie J. Reynolds, Painesville. 

Lizzie Retnolds, ...... Olcott, N. Y. 

Etta Richet, Sanville, Pa. 

Angie E. Robertson, Greeenville, Pa. 

L Louise Robbixs, • . La Grange. 

H. Lizzie Rood, Oberlin. 

Loveda S. Roper, ....... Chardon. 

Nellie M. Rowley, . Lorain. 

FraxVc E. Roy, Oak Park, 111. 

Emtlte J. Roycb, ... ... Oberlin. 

Anna R. Rupp, Bucyrus. 

Eliza K. Sanderlin, ..... Portsmouth. 

Nellie C. Sanders, Garrettsvile. 

Susie K. Savage, ...... Springfield, Pa. 

JtJLiA A. Sawyer, Bellevue. 

Clara A. Saxtox, Russia. 

Ida M. Shattuck, . . . . Linesville, Pa. 

Addie L. Shearman, ... ... Oberlin. 

Allie B. Sherman, Wakeman. 

Cora Shriver, ........ De GraiF. 

Sarah A. Shutt, Middleport. 

Edna Smith, . . . . " . . . . Toledo. 

Laura C. Smith, Adams' Mills. 

Ltllia J. Smith, . . . . . Lancaster. Ky. 

Mart H. Smith, ..... . Elyria. 

Fannie L. Snow, West Andover. 

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OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



Mart Snyder, Oberlin. 

Cora M. Squire, Oberlin. 

LoRESTA Stambaugh, Sharpsvillc, Pa. 

Lucy P. Stiles, Warren. 

Carrie St, Joh.v, . . . . - " • • Oberlin. 

Allik a. Sro.NE, Oberlin 

Emily C. Tassius, Norwalk. 

Sadie H. Tenney, Oberlin. 

Nellie L. Thomas, Oberlin. 

Sarah J. Thompson, Brazil, Ind. 

Viva F. Thompson, Denver, Col. 

Helen H. Tinker, Oberlin. 

Fannie M. Topliff, Elyria. 

Lou M. Tracy, Mansfield. 

Grace E. Ticker, Plymouth. 

Belle M. Tu llis, Winona, 111. 

Stella M. Tuttle, West Andover. 

Emma Vaile, Kokomo, Ind. 

Lizzie C. Vaill, ...... Knoxville, 111. 

Tettie J. Vaughn, Greenville, Pa. 

Julia F. Viall, Ricbfield. 

Lottie J. Viets, Oberlin. 

Bertha E. Waite, Batavia, N. Y. 

Hattie E. Walding, Fostoria- 

Etta M. Webster, Red Wing, Minn. 

Bella J. Wells, Claridon. 

Alice E. Wheat, Oberlin. 

Carrie White, ....... Cinciilnali. 

L. Lottie Wilbur, Oberlin. 

Anna Williams, . , . • . . . . . Milan 

Araiskl Williams, ....... Lebanon. 

F.STELLA H. Wilcox, ...... Richfield. 

Etta E. Willcutt, Oberlin. 

Hattie E. Wood, Eagle Mills, N. Y. 

.Iennie M. Woodworth, Collins. 

Ursula Woodworth, New Haven. 

Fannie E. Wricht, Granville. 

Liz/.iE Wright, . . ... . . . Oberlin. 

Phebe E. Wright, Oberlin. 

Jennie M. Wyeth, New Way. 

Eda M. Ykates, West Andover. 

KmmaM. Yost, Saegertown, Pa. 

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OBEBLIN COLLEaS. 



Sada a. Yost ...... Saegertown, Pa. 

Rosa L. Young, ...... New Haven. 

Xiadies _ _ ^ „ - ~ 29 6 



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TIIEOLOGICAI. DEPARTMENT. 

ReSIDK.N r G KADI' ATE I 

Semoks II 

MlUDLKS 16 

JUNIOKS II 



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COLLEGE DEPARTMENT. 
Senioks 35 

JU.MOUS 36 

SoruijMuKfS 31 Gentlemen 145 

Fkeshmkn 57 Ladies 14 

159 

SCIENTIFIC DEPARTMENT. 

Seniors 3 

JUNIUKS 3 

sopiio.mokes 8 

Fkeshmkn ^3 

In Sti.KCT Studies 6 

62 

LADIES' DEPARTMENT. 

Folk rii Ykak 22 

Tmni) Year 31 

Second Year 38 

KiiiST Year r2 

Lv Select Studies 27 

170 

CI-ASSICAL PREPARAIORY DEPARTMENT. 

Sl'.NIOKS 61 

Middles 67 (ieiitlemcn ;o3 

]u\tORii 5:2 Ladies 17 

210 

ENGLISH PKKl'AliAIORY DEPARTMENT. 

GfcNTI.lMEN 22" 

Ladies 



■^54 

481 



CONSEKVArORY OF MUSIC. 



Gl-.NTI.L.MI-..\. 

Ladies 



3' 

296 

347 

'•'"■'■A' 1468 

J>P(liiifhi'j thonr rn'K-oiK'd twhe 138 

\\'iIOLE NlMUl-.R OE tJEN ILLME.V (x;7 

Whole Nimheu ok Ladii-.s 633 



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THEOLOGICAL DEPARTMENT. 



The TnEOi.OfiiCAL Depaktmk.nt is (lesigueil (Jiiniarily to prepare younsf men for 
the. Christian ministry. But since some who are fjualifyiiig tlieniselves for cliairs of 
instruction, or for Sabbath School or lay missionary work, desire the advantages of 
theological study, such persons also are received to its classes on the same general 
terms as otheis. 

Tlie conditions of admission to this Department are hopeful piety ami a Collegi- 
ate education, or its e'luivak-nt. Applicants are expected to bring a certilicate of 
membership in some evangelical church. Students from other Theological Seminaries 
are admitted ad eiindein on presenting a regular dismission ; and persons may be ailmit- 
ted to advanced standing in any of the classes on satisfactory examination in the 
studies already pursued. 

The Terms and Vacations are the same in all Departments of the Institution, and 
will be found in the Calendar. 

Cot'NciL Hall, the building just erected for the exclusive uses of the Seminary, 
provides completely furnislied rooms for about sixty students, with no charge for room 
rent, and but a slight incideutal fee. Students in Theology incur no expense for tui- 
tion, for the use of tlie library or of public rooms. Other expenses will vary according 
to the pel soual habits and tastes of each Student. 

Aid is aflbrded by the American and the Ohio E lucatiou Societies to such Stmleuts 
as are preparing for the ministry . The Seminary has also a special fund for the aid of 
Students, from which several may receive a partial support. 

The Prepar.ntory Department furnishes opportunity for teaching, at reasonable 
compensation. Assistance may also be derived to some extent from the supply of 
vacant pulpits in the vicinity. With reasonable prudence and economy, any Student 
may pursue his course without interruption or embarrassment. 

The Kegular Course in this Seminary occupies three years, and the subjects of 
instruction are distributed as follows: 

.J C X I (> K V E A 11. 

Hebrew — Elements and Exegesis; Greek Harmony of the Gospels; Natural Theolo- 
gy; History; Homilctics; Elocution; especial prominence being given to the departments 
of Greek and Hebrew Exegesis. 

MIDDLE VEAK. 

Revealed Theology; Honiiletics; History; K^xegesis of Selections from the New Testa- 
ment with Lectures in Biblical Theology; Exegesis ol Selections from the Old Testament 
with lectures on the Messianic Prophecies and Biblical IntroJuction; Elocution; especial 
prominence being gi%en to the department uf Sy.'-leinatic Theology. 

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OBEIiLIN COLLEGE. 



S E M O 11 Y K A R. 

History :ind Positive Institutions; Honiiletics ,-ind Piistoral Theology; Exegesis of 
selections from the New Test:iment with I-ecturcs; Exegesis of Selections from the Old 
Testament with Li'ctures; Elocution; esjjecial prominence being given to the depart- 
ments of Honiiletics and History. 

L E C T U RES. 

Special courses of Lecturcti are provided for upon P3ophccy, Modern Scepticism, 
and Cliiirch Polity. 

RiiETOKiUAL KxiCKfisE.s, oousi.stiug of the reading of origiual es.says, the delivery 
of original addresses, written and unwritten, and the extemporaneous discussion of 
.(uestions, occur weekly, in which the mend)ers of all the classes i articipate in succes- 
sion. Si)ccial iiromiuence is given to extemporaneous speaking, or the delivery of 
i\\o\\^\\is i>rex)iired but not written and committed to memory. 



SPECIAL COURSES. 

These are designed for sucli as have not had the advantage of a classical education, 
and for good reasons cannot acquire it, and yet are plainly called to the work of the 
ministry, l-'oi- this class of Students, \arioi:s as they ahvaj s will be in the chaiacter 
of their previous preparation, it is evident that no single course can be dcflnitely 
shapeil. Each candidate for this department of study is examined with reference to 
his past acijiiisitions and present needs, and such a course is prescribed as best meets 
his particular case. Branches which he needs to pursue, belonging to the College 
courses, he is iiermitted to pursue with College classes and under the care of the College 
Professors. Every recitation room in the entire Institution is open, without charge for 
tuition, to such Students, and any bianch of study in which they need instruction may 
be pursued— not by themselves with occasional assistance from a Professor, but in 
stimulating contact with large and enthusiastic classes. Thus they have the best possi- 
ble advantages without adding to the burdens of the Iheological Faculty. They may 
profitably attend all the lectures of the Seminary except those in Hebrew and Greek 
Exegesis. While pursuing their studies they will be regarded as members of the classes 
with which they meet in the Lecture Room, being designated only by the separate i)0- 
sition of their names in the annual catalogue. After three years' residence in the 
Seminary they may at the disci-etion of the Faculty receive a certificate constituting 
them Special Course Graduates. 



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OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



COLLEGE DEPARTMENT. 



Candidates for admission to the Freshman Chiss are exaniino<l iu the coiiimoii 
English Branches; the Grammar of the Latin and Greek Languages; Caesar, one 
Book; Salliist's Cataline; four of Cicero's Select Orations; Virgil's ^Eneid, five Books; 
Ilai-kiiess' Latin Prose Composition, Parts First and Second; Xenojjhon's Anabasis, 
three Books; Homer's Eliad, two Books; Olney's School Algebra, or an equivalent; 
Plane Geometry; Ancient History; English Analysis; History of the United States; 
and Alden's Science of Government. 

Candidates for a higher standing are examined in the same, and also in the studies 
previously pursued by the class to which they desire admission. 

No admission to the Senior class is allowed latyi- than the beginning of the second 
term. 

Tlie Annual Examinations for admission to College will occur -July 2Gtii, STth and 
3Sth : also August 31st, at 9 o'clock, in No. 18 Society Hall. 

FRESHMAN CLASS. 

First Term Algebra, ..... 

Memorabilia ..... 

Greek Prose Composition, 

Livy, ...... 

Second Term. ...Solid and Spherical Geometry, 

Greek Prose Composition, , 

Horace, ..... 

Third Term Plane and Spherical Trigonometry, 

Thucydides, ..... 

De Senectute etDe Amicitia, 

Roman Antiquities, .... 

SOPHOMORE CLASS. 

First Term Odyssey, ..... 

Tacitus, ...... 

General Geometr)', , . 

Calculus, .... . , 

Second Term ...Mechanics, ..... 

Herodotus, ..... 

Botanv, . ... 

German, ..... 

Third Term ...Sophocles — Qidipus Tyrannus, 

Botany, ..... 

Evidences of Christianity, 

German, ..... 



Olney. 

Robbins. 

Boise. 

Chase and Stuart. 

Olney. 

Boise. 

Chase and Stuart. 

Olney. 

Teubner. 

Chase and Stuart. 

Smith. 



Owen. 

Church & Brodrib. 

Olney. 

Olney. 

Olmsted. 

Mather. 

Graj'. 

Whitney. 

White. 
Gray. 
Hopkins. 
Whitney. 



OBEIiLTN COLLEGE. 



JUNIOR CLASS. 



FiitsT Term. 



Skcond Term 



Natural Philosophy, 

I,oo:!c, . • ^ • 

German, 

Juvt-nal, . . . • 

Elocution, 

Demosthenes, Dc Corona, 

Clieniistry— Lectures. 
Art of Discourse, . 
Plautus and Terence. 
Roman Literature. 

TiiikdTerm Zoology— I-cctures. 

Astronomy, 
Chemistry — Review. 
Plautus and Terence. 
Roman Literature. 

SKNIOR CLASS. 

First Tekm Mental Philosophy, 

PJato's Phaedo, 
Physiolofrv — I^octures. 
Elocution. 

Second Term Mental Philosophy — Lectures. 

Enj»^lish Literature, 
Moral Philosojjhy, 
Butler's Analogy. 
Political Economy, 

Thikd Term Geology — Lectures. 

History — Lectures. 

Lectures on Art. 

Political Economy, . , 

El(x.ution. 



Olmsted. 
Jevon. 

Hart. 

Holmes. 
Dav. 



Olmsted. 



Porter. 
Wagner. 



Shaw. 
Fairchild. 



Mill. 



Mill. 



lx?«sons in the English Bible. (Compositions, Declamations and Kxteraporancousi 
Discussions, weekly, and public original Declamations monthly, throughout the 
(kiurse. 



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SCIENTIFIC DEPARTMENT. 



Candidates for admission to the Froshiiiaii Class arc examined in English Gram- 
mar and Analysis; Arithmetic; Oluey's .School Algebra, or an eqviTaleut; Plane 
Geometry; Latin Grammar and Latin Reader through Fables; History of the United 
States, anil Geography. 

Candidates for a higher standing are examined in the same, and also in the studies 
previously pursued by the class to which they desire adniissiou. 

FRESIIMAX" CLASS. 

First Term Algebra, ..... Olney. 

Latin Reader completed, . . . Harkness. 

Latin Prose Composition to Part II, . . Harkness. 

Book-Keeping. 

Second Term C?esar, ...... Chase and Stuart. 

Latin Prose Composition to Lesson 54, . Harkness. 
Geometry — Conic Sections, . . Olney. 

Physical Geography. 

Third Term History of Rome, .... Smith. 

Cicero's Orations, .... Chase and Stuart. 

Latin Prose Composition to Lesson 68, . Harkness. 

Plane and Spherical Trigonometry and Surveying, Olney, 

SOPHOMORE CLASS. 

FikstTerm Analytical Geometry and Calculus, . Olney. 

Virgil, ...... Chase and Stuart. 

History of Greece, .... Smith. 

Second Term... .Mechanics and Hydrostatics, . , . Olmsted. 

Science of Government, . . . Alden. 

Botany, ...... Gray. 

French, ...... Robertson, 

Third Term Evidences of Christianity, . . . Hopkins. 

Botany, ...... Gray. 

Civil Engineering and Navigatisn. 
French. 

JUNIOR CLASS. 

First Term Natural Philosophy, .... Olmsted. 

Logic, ...... Jevon. 

German, ...... Whitney. 

Elocution, 

Second Term. .....Chemistry — Lectures. 

Art of Discourse, .... Day. 

German, ...... Whitney. 

Analysis of English Classics. 

Third Term.. .Zoology— Lectures. 

Astronomy, ..... Olmsted, 

Paley's Theology. 
Chemistry — Review. 
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OBEBLIN COLLEGE. 



SENIOR CLASS. 

First Term Mental Philosophy, .... Porter. 

History of Cirilization, . . . Guizot. 

Physiology — Lectures. 

Elocution. 

Second Term Mental Philosophy. Lectures, 

Butler's Analogy. 

Moral Philosophy, .... Fairchild. 

Knglisk Literature, ...... Shaw. 

Political Economy, .... Mill. 

Third Term History — Lectures. 

Lectures on Art. 

Geology — Lectures. 

Political Economy, .... Mill. 

Elocution. 

Lessons iu the English Bible, Compositions, Declamations and Extemporaneous 
Discussions, weekly, thi-oughout the Course, anil public original Declamations 
monthly, during the last two years. 







CT ASSICAL. 




PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT. 




The Classical Preparatory Department is under the same general supervision 




with the other Departments, and under the immediate direction and management of 




the Principal. The members of this Department are subject to the same regulations 




as the students in the College. It is designed to prepare students for College. 




The Senior and Middle Classes are taught by the Principal and Tutors; the Junior 




Class by teachers selected from the Theological and higher College Classes. 




To enter the Junior Class, students will be examined in English Grammar through 




Syntax, Arithmetic through Percentage, and the Elements of Geography. Canaidates 




for a higher standing will be examined in the studies previously pursued by the class 




to which they desire admission. 




JUNIOR CLASS. 




First Term Latin Grammar and Reader commenced, . Harkness. 




English Grammar, .... Harvey. 




Geography, ..... Colton. 




Second Term Latin Reader, ..... Harkness. 




English Analysis, . . . . Greene. 




Arithmetic, ..... White. 




Third Term Latin Reader completed, . . . Harkness. 




Latin Prose Composition to Part II, • • Harkness. 




United States History, . . . Anderson. 




Elocution, Nat'l Fifth Reader. 




MIDDLE -JLASS. 




First Term Cnssar, one Book, .... Chase and Stuart. 




Latin Prose Composition to Lesson 54, . . Harkness. 




Greek Grammar, . . . . . Hadley. 




Science of Government, .... Alden. 




Second Term Cicero, two Orations, . . . Chase and Stuart. 




Latin Prose Composition to Lesson 68, . Harkness. 




Greek, Grammar and Anabasis, . . . Boise. 




History of Rome, .... Smith. 




Third Term Cicero, two Orations, . . . Chase and Stuart. 




Latin Prose Composition to Part III, . Ha kness. 




Anabasis, ..... Boise. 




History of Greece; .... Smith. 




SENIOR CLASS. 




First Term Virgil, two Books, .... Chase and Stuart. 




Anabasis, ..... . Boise. 








Second Term Virgil, three Books, .... Chase and Stuart. 




Anabasis completed, .... Boise. 




Algebra, . . .... . Olney. 




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OBEBLIN COLLEGE. 



TiiiKi) Tekm Sallust— Conspinicy of Cataline, . . Chase and Stuart. 

Homer— Iliad, two Books, . . • Boise. 

Plane Geometry, ..... Olney. 

Other t<;-\t Iwioks tli.an those sijei-ilieil ;ire uot iillowed iu tlie recitatiou room. 
Lessons in the Englisli Bilile ami Khctovical Exercises weekly throughout tlic Course. 



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ENGLISH 
PREPARATORY ' DEPARTMENT. 



The English Prepakatorv DtPARTMEXT is imder the same general supervision 
with the other Departments, anil iin'ler the ira.ai3diate direction and management of 
the Principal. The members of this Department are subject to the same regulations 
as the students in the College. It is designeil to prepare students for the Scientific 
Department; but it is also adapted to meet the wants of those who require a good 
elementary education, for teaching Common Schools, or for general business. All the 
English branches are taught in tliis Department usually taught in High Schools and 
Academies. No students are admitted who have not advanced as far as Fractions in 
Arithmetic. 

The classes are taught by the Principal aud Tutors and by teachers selected from 
the Theological and higher College Classes. 

A large portion of the students are school teachers, or preparing to teach. The 
average age of the stuilents in this Department is between nineteen and twenty years. 
Classes are^organized each term in the following studies: 

Arithmetic— Ray's, Third Part, two classes'. 

White's, complete, two classes. 
Grammar — Harvey's, three classes; Greene's Analysis. 
Geography — Colton's, two classes. 

Elocution and Reading — National Fifth Reader, two classes. 
Orthography axd Spelling. 
Algebra — Olney's School, three classes. 
Geometry — Olney's, two classes. 
quackenboss' natural philosophy. 
Dalton's Physiology. 

The following classes are organized in the Terms named: 

Alden's Science of Government, . . . Fall and Spring. 

Smith's History of Rome, . . . . Spring and Summer. 

Freeman's Outlines of History, .... Fall and Summer. 

Anderson's History of the United States, . . Spring and Summer. 

Elements of Book-Keeping, ...... Fall. 

Physical Geography, ....... Spring. 

Trigonometry and Surveying, ..... Summer 

Biblical Antiquities, ........ Fall. 

Lessons in the English Bible and Rhetorical Exercises w^eekly for all the students 
in the Department. 



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LADIES' DEPARTMENT. 



The Lapiks' nKPAiiTMENT is Under the inimoiliate direction of the Principal and 
the Assistant Priucipal, ;uid the general supervision of the Ladies' Board of Managers 
and Facujty. 

The Course of Study i.s designed to give ladies facilities for thorough mental disci- 
pline, and the si>ecial training which will qualify them for teaching and the other 
ilnties of their sphere. The advanced classes are taught by the Professors, and recite 
with the College classes where their studies are the same. The lower classes are 
taught as the classes in the Preparatory Department, with which they usually recite. 

Ladies who apply for admission to the First year are examiued in English Grammar 
and Analysis; Arithmetic; Olney's School Algebra, or an equivalent; Latin Gram- 
mar and Latin Reader through Fables; History of the United States and Geography. 

Ladies wishing to cuter advanced classes will be examined in the previous studies 
of the Course, or presLMit other evidence to the teacher of each study that they have 
pursued it elsewhere. 



FIKST YEAR. 

First Term Algebra completed, 

Latin Reader completed, 

Latin Prose Composition to Part II, 

Biblical Antiquities, 

Linear Drawing, 

Second Term Plane Geometry, 

Ca:sar, . . . , . 

Latin Prose Compostition to Lesson 54, 
Physical Geographv. 

Third Term Geometry completed— Conic Sections, 

Cicero's Orations, . . . . 

Latin Prose Composition to Lesson 6S, 
History of Rome, 

SECOND YEAE. 

First Term Plane and Spherical Trigonometry, 

Sallnst, .... 

Outlines of History, 

Second Term Botany, ..... 

Science of Government, 
• Mechanics and Hydrostatics, 
French, .... 

Third Term Botany, • . . . . 

Evidences of Christianity, 

^''rgil, .... 

French. 



Olney. 
Harkness. 
Harkness. 
Nevin. 



Olney, 

Chase and Stuart. 

Harkness. 



Olney. 

Chase and Stuart. 
Harkness. 

Smith. 



Olney. 

Chase and Stuart. 

Freeman. 

Gray. 
Alden. 
Olmsted. 
Robertson. 

Gray. 

Hopkins. 

Chase and Stuart. 



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OBEBLIN COLLEGE. 




THIRD YEAR. 




First Term 


. .Natural Philosophy, .... 
Logic, ...... 


Olmsted. 




Jevon. 




German, ...... 


Whitney. 


Sbcond Term.... 


..Chemistry — Lectures. 






Art of Discourse, ..... 


Day. 




German, ...... 


Whitney. 


Third Term 


. .Zoology — Lectures. 






Astronomy, ..... 


Olmsted. 




Paley's Natural Theology. 






Chemistry— Review. 






FOURTH YEAR. 




First Term 


..Mental Philosophy, .... 
Physiology — Lectures. 


Porter. 




History of Civilization, . . 


Guizot. 


Second Term.... 


..Mental Philosophy — Lectures. 






English Literature, .... 


Shaw. 




Butler's Analogy. 






Political Economy, .... 


Mill. 




Moral Philosophy, .... 


Fairchild. 


Third Term 


. .Geology — Lectures. 






Political Economy, . , . . 


Mill. 




History — Lectures . 






Lectures on Art. 




Lessons in the 


English Bible, and exercises in Reading and 


Composition weekly 


throughout the Course. 






PREPARATORY COURSE. 




Ray's and White's Arithmetic. Orthography 




English Grammar. Reading. 




Elocution, 


Harkness' Latin Grammar. 


Modern Geography. Algebra. 






History of the United States. 






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CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC. 



Titis Department is uiulcr the same ^reiieral inanagcinent as the other Dcpart- 
iiu'uts. aiid uihUt tlu- si)ecial siiiiervisioii of tlic Director. 

stmlents in tlif ( onsorvatory arc subject to the regular College iliscipline. 



COURSE OF STUDY. 

HARMONY. 

Scales, both Major and Minor, Intervals, and their inversions, Chords in their various 
relations. Part-writing-, Mo.UihUion, Choral, Single and Double Counterpoint, Composi- 
tion, and Analysis of musical works. 

PIANO FORTE. 

Duvernoy's Etudes in Mechanism op. izo. 
C/.erny op. 636. 
Krause op. 2. 
1 Idler op. 46. 
Spindler op. 141. 

Czerny op. 299, (Studies in Velocity.) 
Ilellcr op. 45 and 16. 
Jensen op. 32. 

Cramer's Forty-two Studies, 
dementi's Gradus ad Parnassum. 
C/.erny op. 740 
Mayer op. 305. 
Moscheles op. 70. 

Sonatas by Kuhlau, Clementi, Haydn, Mozart, Beetlioven; and selections from 
Bach, Schumann, Mendelssohn, Chopin and others. 

CULTIVATION OF THE VOICE. 

Careful instruction is ijiven in the use of the voice, and the com-ect manner.of produc- 
ing a <^ood tone; thoroujjh drill in Technical Exercises, Solfeg^g^ios, Vocalises, etc., to 
give control over and tiexibility to the voice; and practice in singing the best 
Eiif^lish, German, Italian and French son^^s, Operatic Arias, and Solos from the Oratorios 
for expression and the development of a pure .ityle. 

ORGAN. 

Selections from Rink's and Ritter's organ schools. 

Pedal Technics, — Thayer. 

Pedal Studies, — Volkniar. 

Studies in Pedal Phrasing, — Buck. 

Trios op. 20 Kichter, and op. 39 Merkcl. 

Fugues from the Well-tempered Clavier, arr. by \'aii Eyken,— Bach. 

SeljH-tions from Mendelssohn's Six Sonatas, Three Preludes and Fug-ues, Ritter's 
Sonatas, Bach's ) -r ui .v >,-<■!, 

Miscellaneous selections from the works of Buck. Smart, G. Ad. Thomas, Best, 
Frcyer, Richter, Hesse, Ritter, and others. 

Exercises in playing Church Music. \'oluntaries, accompanying Choirs, Registration, 
etc., including all that is necessary to give one a thorough mastery over the organ, for 
Church or Concert use. 

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OBERLIK COLLEGE. 



The leni?th of time necessary for the completion of this Course cannot be stated 
definitely, but will generally be from two to four years. 

No pupil is allowed to enter upon the studies of the last year in any department of 
Music who has not presented to the director satisfactory evidence of proficiency in the 
fundamental branches of an English education. 

All students completing this course arc awarded diplomas. 

The classes in Choral Singing are fi-ee to all members of the Institution. 

Weekly rehearsals are given, at which pupils who are competent are expected to 
perform. 

Pupils must furnish or rent their instruments for practice. Pianos can 
always be rented in the village at reasonable rates. 

Students in other departments, taking lessons in music, are re(iuired to make their 
arrangements with the Director of the Consei-vatory. 

Catalogues, containing full particulars concerning this department, can be obtained 
by addressing Conservatory of Music, Oberlin, Ohio. 



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In the TiiEoLcxacAL Department Lectures are given on the subjects of the Course 
to all the classes throughout the year, ami on special .subjects <Uiriug the' second and 
third terms. 

In the College, Scientific and Ladies' Departments as follows: 
First Term. — Physiology; the Theory and Practice of Teaching; Natural Philosophy 
— Pneumatics, Acoustics, Electricity, Magnetism and Optics, and Meteorology. 

Second Term.— Moral Philosophy; Mental Philosophy; Butler's Analogy; Chemistry; 
Zoology; Geology; Katural I-hilcscph5-— Mechanics and Hydrostatics. 

Third Term.— Geology; Zoology; Political Economy; History; Ancient Literature; Fine 
Arts. 

Practical Lectures on General Habits, Methods of Study, and other important 
subjects, are delivered once in two weeks to the ladies, by the Principal of the Ladies' 
Department, anil to the young men of the Pi'eparatory Departments by the Princijials 
of those De))artments. 

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eitepl Jnfofm^fion. 



DEGREES AND DIPLOMAS. 

The Degree of Bachelor of Divinitt is conferred upon the graduates of the 
Theological Department, that of Bachelor of xVrts upon the graduates of the College 
Department, and that of Bachelor of Science upon the graduates of the Scientific 
Department. 

The Degree of Master of Arts, or Master of science, is conferred upon any 
Bachelor of three or more j-ears' standing, who has been engaged in literary or scien- 
tific pursuit?, and has sustained a good moral character. 

A Diploma, certifying the successful completion of the prescribed Course of Study, 
is given to each graduate of the Ladies' Department, and to each graduate of the Con- 
servatory of Music. 

EXAMINATIONS. 

At the close of each term the classes are examined in the studies of that term; 
and at the end of the year there are general examinations in all Departments. 

Every recitation and examination is marked, and a record is kept by the Faculty 
of the attainments of each student, and also of his delinquencies. Information con- 
cerning his progress and deportment is, when reiiuested, communicated to the parent 
or guardian. 

RELIGIOUS EXERCISES. 

All students are required to attend Church twice on the Sabbath, and the weekly 
lecture on Thursday. ^ 

They are also required to attend daily prayers in the evening at the Chapel, and in 
the morning in the families in which they board. Every class has a weekly exercise in 
the English Bible, which all are required to attend. 

There is a weekly prayer meeting on Monday evening for all young people, con- 
ducted by the students; and a weekly prayer meeting for each class, conducted by one 
of the teachers. 

LIBRARY, APPARATUS AND CABINET. 

The Libraries connected with the College number about twelve thousand volumes . 

The Apparatus, in the Departments of Natural Philosophy and Chemistry, is 
sufficient for all reasonable demands; and the Cabinets in Geology and Natural 
Historj- are well supplied. 

FACILITIES FOR SELF-SUPPORT. 

The College does not furnish manual labor to the students. Diligent and faithful 
young men can find employment, with satisfactory compensation, in the village. A 
few are employed in the care of the College buildings. About forty students in the 
higher classes, gentlemen and ladies, are employed as assistant teachers. 

The long Winter vacation aflbrds opportunity, to those who are qualified, to engage 
in teaching schools abroad. The call for teachers is equal to the supply. 

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OBEllLIN COLLEGE. 



REGULATIONS. 

The lU'gulatioiis of the Institution are fow and simple, aiipcaling to the student's 
self-vespi'c-t and i)evs()nal i-esponsibility. He is required to abstain from the use of 
Toliarco and Intoxicatinif Drinlv.«, and f'-om connection with any Secret Society. No 
student is ncrmitted t^i visit one of the other sex at a private room, except by special 
pi'rmission in case of severe sickness. 

WINTER SCHOOL. 

During the Winter vacation a school is taught in the College buildings, under the 
stiperlntondance of members of the Faculty, in which classes are formed in all the 
studies of the Preparatory Department, and in any College study when a sufficient 
number w ish to pursue it to form a class. This school opens tlie week following the 
(dose of tiie Fall Term. 

LADIES' DEPARTMENT. 

Ladies in all Uie Departments of Study are under the supervision of the Principal 
of the Ladies' l)ei)artinent and the arrangement of the Ladies' Board. 

Ladies from abroad desiring admission to the Ladies' Hall, should make previous 
application in writing, certifying th»ir age. state of health, character, previous 
attainments, and the timj they propose to continue here. Those who are admitted 
will be <luly apprized of their admission. All ladies are expected to consult the Prin- 
cipal before selecting their boarding places. 

Ladies are required to be in their rooms after eight o'clock in the evening during 
the Summer months, and after half-past seven during the Winter months. 

Every lady is required to present, once in two weeks, a written rei)ort of her obser- 
vance, and her failures in the observance of the regulations of the Department, signed 
by the matron of the family in which she boards. 

These reports, togetlur with the marks of her recitations, are reeorded by the 
Principal, and are open at all times for the inspection of the Faculty, the Ladies' 
Board, and all friends interested. 

ADMISSION AND EXPENSES. 

Candidates for admission to any of the Departments must bring testimonials of 
good character; and those coming from other institutions must bring a certificate of 
honorable dismission. 

The student in every <lepartnient iiursues his studies in his private room, and meets 
with his class in the )mblic room for recitation. No arrangement is made for those who 
have not siillicieid maturity an<l sfdf-.'ontrol tosiudy profitably under these conditions. 

None are admitted to full membership until they have honorably passed a proba- 
tion of six months. None will be receiveii iindei sixteen years of age, unless commit- 
te I to the care of some aiiproved resident of the place; nor any under fourteen, except 
by special arrangi-meiit with the Facidty. 

lloom i-ent in the Ladies' Hall is !);10..50 a term for each occupant, including lights, 
the iivivileges of the house anil care inordinary sickness. Kach room is intended for 
two ladies, and is provided with cari)ets and other necessary furniture, including husk 
bed. All other articles of bedding will be liirnisbedby the occniiants; also, lamps and 
table napkins. No room will be C!)nsidered engaged for anj- term unless two dollars 
is paid on the rent, which sum will be forfeited if the room is not taken, unless writ- 
ten notice to that ellect is given to the Treasurer at least one week before the opening 
of the term. Fuel is furnished as reiiuired, the charge being according to the amount 
consumed. 

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OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



Room rent in Council Hall is free, and the rooms are completely furnished; the in- 
cidental fee is $2.50 a term ; in the other College buildings rent is $2.50 per term, and 
each room is furnished with a stove only. 

The price of board will vary with the cost of provisions. At present, board in the 
Ladies' Hall is .$2.80 per week ; in private families, including rooms furnished, from $3 
to $4 per week; fuel and lights extra. 

The Treasxxrer's bills are payable at the beginning of each term; board in the 
Ladies' Hall, each half term in advance. 

The following maybe considered as a near estimate of the necessary expenses for a 
term of twelve weeks, in any department except the Theological, in which there is no 
charge for tuition, room rent, or use of Library. 

Tuition, or rent of Scholarship $ 3 oo .$ 3 00 

Incidentals „ 2 65 2 65 

Library Fee 35 35 

Board, $2.21; to $3.00 per week 2700 to 3600 

Room Rent 2 50 to 10 00 

Lights and Washing 5 00 to S 00 

Books and Stationery 4 50 to 700 

Fuel, Fall and Spring 3 00 to 600 



$48 00 $73 00 

EXTRA CHARGES. 

Piano, twenty lessons $12 00 

Organ, twenty lessons 12 00 

Harmony, twenty lessons , 5 00 

Cultivation of the Voice 12 00 

tTse of Instrument, one hour per day $2 00 — 3 00 

Oil Painting, with use of Models, thirty lessons 10 00 

Water Colors 6 00 

Crayon Drawing, fifty lessons 7 00 

Perspective Drawing 6 00 

Use of Musical Library 2 00 

French and German except in the regular courses 5 00 

Thorough instruction in Vocal Music is free to all. 

SITUATION. 

Oberlin is easily accessible from all parts of the country, being situated on the 
Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway, an hour's ride from Cleveland. The vil- 
lage of thirtj'-flve hundred inhabitants, has grown up with the College, and is singular- 
ly free from the temptations and dangers often surrounding colleges. 

Letters of inquiry may be addressed to the President, J. H. Faikchild; to the 
Principals of the Preparatory Departments, J. H. Laird and H. V. Clark; to the 
Principal of the Ladies' Department, Mrs. A. A. F. .Johnston; or to the Secretary and 
Treasurer, George Kinney. 



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TABULAR VIEW 

OF THE 

fmm^ of tlic rfollcrje rflasses for |aclt |jirw. 



FALL TERM, J. 8 74. 



Uonda;. 



Tcojlay. 

Weines. 

Frilay. 



Saturday 



Frtth. 
So/>li 



Klietorlcal Kxnrcises, 9 — 11 
Rhfioricjil Kxci-cises. I'l — \i 



Ju niors 
Seniors, 



Rhetorical Exercises, 2 — I 
Rhet rical lixercises, 1—3 



Hour 

Frrtfk . 

Soph 

Juniors 

St; n iortf 

Lnt{ie«. 

Frrffi . 

Soph 

Jujiiort 

Sejiiurt 

Litdits 



S— S) 



-HI 



Matberaatics. 



PliTsioI. German 



IMalliematics. 

li^atiii. 

|Gern). Cw. T^at. Gw 

[Greek. 

Gni/.iit. 



10—11 



Latin. 
Greek. 
Lo;;ic. 
Physiology. 



Bible riass. 
I'loc-iitiou. 
lOlociition. 
(ieriuan. 



(Matlieinilics Bible Class. 
{Latin. Griek. 
l(Terinan6w. Latin Bible Class. 
jOreek. Bible Class. 
I Klocution. I 



11-1-2 



Greek. 



Nst. Philosophy. 
Men. Philosophy. 



Greek. 



Nat. Philosophy. 
Men. Philosophy. 



SPRING TERM, 1875. 



Ucndaj. 



Tuesday. 
Wodnes, 
Thursd'y 
friday. 



Saturday 



Freih . 
So ph . 
Hour 



Rhetorica. Kxercises, 9—11 
Rhetorical Kxercises.lO— 12 



Jiniiors 
Seniors 



Frr.i^ii . 
Soph . . 
J u u tors 
Seniors 
Lotties 



Fresh . . 
S'tph . . 
J u n iors 
Sertiors 
Lntiies 



8—. I 
.Muirieuiatics. 



Biitler !iw. Pol.' Ec 

I (iorniaii. 

i.MallieniaticS. 



Latin. 

German. 

Greek. 



Latin. 

(Jerruan. 

KhK'irn Fri.Jt Sat. Bible Class. 

(iernian. 1 



10—11 



Rhetorical Kxercises, 2—4 
Rhetorical E xercises, 1—3 
12 



Greek. 

Mechanics. 

Chemistry. 

Men. Ph.tiw. E.Lit 



Bible Class. 
Mechanics. 
Chemistry. 
Men. Ph.Ow. E.Lit 



11- 



Greek 8w. Botany. 
Rliefc 8w. Latin. 
Moral Philosopliy 
French. 



Bible Class. 
KhefcSw. Latin. 
Bible Class. 
Bible (.'lass. 



SUMMER TERM, 1875. 






Rhetorical Exercises, 3—11 
Khelorica! Kxorcises,in — 12 



Juniors Rhetorics/ Exercises, 2 — -t 



Hour 



T«5da7 ir;;/' ^'•*'"'-. 

WClBO!. \ Juniors .Vstroboniy. 
Tri.ay. i«(/i>» iKr»-i'cii. 



Fresh . 
Soph 



I'.ibleClasj. 



Saturday I ■^""'<"" \«tronoinv. 

..SVhi'ox Klooirn Fri.A Sat, 
[Lmiirs I'l'^locnt ion. 



-Ill 



Latin. 
German. 

History. Art, 



Latin. 

Bible Class. 
EloiMi'n Fri. & ?at. 
Bible ('lass. 



10—11 



.Vtatheraalics. 

(ireek. 

Lat. Sw. Chenfts'y 

Political Econo'v. 

Pa'cv Sw. Cliem'y 

Mathematics. 
G reek . 

Lat. 8w. (^hemis'y 
Political Econo'y. 
l*nU'A' Sw. riierti'v 



11—12 



Bot. 3w. Eviden's. 
Natural Science. 
Natural Science. 



Bot. Hw. Eviden's. 
Bible (Uass. 
Natural Science. 



Tlic menilK-rs of the Scientific Department and of the Ladies' Departmeut recite with 
the College Classes when llieir studies are llie same. 

Instead of the Monday Exercises in the Talile, ])ulilic Rhetorical Exercise, consisting 
of original Orations and Essays from the members of all the College Classes and from 
the Juniors and Senir rs in tlie Scientific Department in turn, occur on the First Monday 
of each monlh-dnrini; the Fall Term from 3 to5 !■. M.,and durinj? the Spring and Sum- 
ir.tr Terms from 4 to o i". .m. 



nUndar. 



TERMS AND VACATIONS. 

1874. 

Fall Term begins Tuesday, Sept. 1. 

Winter Vacation begins Saturday, Nov. 21. 

Winter School begins Tuesday, Dec. 1. 

1875. 

Spring Term begins Tuesday, Feb. 16. 

Spring Recess begins ''aturday, May 8. 

Summer Term begins Wednesday, May 12. 

Summer Vacation begins Friday, Aug. 6. 

Fall Term begins Tuesday, Aug. 31. 



PUBLIC OCCASIONS. 

1875. 

Junior Exhibition ., Wednesday, May 5. 

Anniversary of the Theological Society Thursday. May 6. 

Union Exhibition of the College Societies Friday, May 7. 

Anniversary of the Ladies' Literary Society Wednesday, July 14. 

Anniversary of the -Elioian Society Wednesday. July 21. 

Exhibition of the Senior Preparatory Class Wednesday, July 28. 

Exhibition of the Conservatory of Music Thursday, Ju'y 29. 

Anniversary of the Alpha Zeta Society Friday, July 30. 

Conclo ad Clerum Saturday, July 31. 

Anniversary of the Phi Kappa Pi Society Saturday, July 31. 

Baccalaureate Sermon., Sunday, Aug. 1. 

Address before the Missionary Society Sunday, Aug. 1. 

Anniversary of the Phi Delta Society Monday, Aug. 2 

Address before the College Societies Monday, Aug. 2. 

Anniversary Exercises of the Ladies' Department Tuesday, Aug. 3. 

Address before the Society of Alumni Tuesday, Aug. 3. 

Alumni Reunion Wednesday, Aug. 4. 

Commencement, College Department Thursday, Aug. 5. 

Commencement, Theological Department Thursday, Aug. 6. 

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was organized Aug. 19, 1S73, and connected with Oberlin College Nov. 20. 1S74. 

Its purpose is to give to the students of the College an opportunily to ini|iro\e 
their hand-wi-iting while pursuing a course of study, and to afford superior advan- 
tages to all who may wish to prepare themselves to teach "The Art" in public, 
private, or normal schools, or to acquire an elegant and easy business hand. 

A pleasant and coinmodious room has been litted up in one of the College 
buildings for the use of this department. 

TERMS. 

Twelve weeks, one hour each day, ________ .$5.00 

Six weeks, one hour each clay, _________ -joo 

One week, one hour each day, _________ .jo 

One month, constant practice, _________ 6x0 

Kullcour.se, in Practical, - - _ - - _ - - _ - 2000 

Full course, in Ornamental, __________ 20.00 

Full course, in Practical and Ornamental, _______ 30.00 

For specimens of penir.anship, addres.s with stamp, 

"\V. F. lA'ON, 

Princip.\l. 



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CLEVELAND, O. : 
Fairbanks, Benedict & Co., Printers, Cleveland Herald. 

1875. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 



Rev. JAMES H. FAIRCHILD, President. 

FRANCIS D. PARISH Sandusky. 

SAMUEL D. PORTER Roohestek, N. Y. 

Rev. MICHAEL E. STRIEBY Newark, N. J. 

URIAH THOMPSON Obeelin. 

Rev. HENRY COWLES Obeelin. 

.TABEZ W. MERRILL Obeelin. 

Rev. WILLIA3I B. BROWN Newark, N. J. 

Rev. SAMUEL WOLCOTT Cleveland. 

A. B. NETTLETON Philadelphia, Pa. 

Rev. E. B. FAIRFIELD Indiana, Pa. 

Rev. WOLCOTT B. WILLIAMS Chaelotte, Mioh. 

SKTll II. SHELDON Cleveland. 

Rev. J. G. W COWLES Cleveland. 

GEORGE B. DELAMATER Meadville, Pa. 

WILLIAM SUMNER Cincinnati. 

HORATIO C. FORD Cleveland. 

T. L. NELSON Eltria. 

Hon. JAMES MONROE Obeelin. 



(Corresponding (Members from the (Alumni. 



Key. CALEB E. FISHER ...Appleton, Wis. 

Rev. JOHN G. ERASER East Toledo. 

Hon. J. D. COX Toledo. 

J. E. INGERSOLL Cleveland. 

P, H. KISER Cleveland. 



(prudential i^ommittee. 



Pres. J. H. FAIRCHELD. Rev. HENRY COWLES, 

JABEZ W. MERRILL. Prof. JOHN M. ELLIS. 

URIAH THOMPSON. E. J. GOODRICH. HIRAM HTJLBCJRD. 



JAMES B. T. MARSH, Secretart and Treasurer. 



^adies' (Board of (Managers. 



Mrs. A. A. F. JOHNSTON. Mrs. MINERVA E. ELLIS. 

Mrs. MARIANNE P. DASCOMB. Mrs. ELIZABETH S. MEAD. 

Mrs. REBECCA FINNEY. Mrs AUGUSTA B. SMITH. 

Mrs. MARY B. SHURTLEFF. 



FACU LTY. 



Rev. JAMES H. FAIRCHILD, President, 

PROFESSOR OF THEOl/OGY, AND AVERY PROFESSOR OF MORAL PHILOSOPHY. 

Rev. JOHN MORGAN, 

PROFESSOR OF NEW TESTAMENT LITERATURE AND BIBLICAL THEOLOGY. 

JAMES DASOOMB, M. D., 

PROFESSOR OF CHEMISTRY, BOTANY AND PHYSIOLOGY. 

Rev. JOHN M. ELLIS, 

PROFESSOR OF MENTAL PHILOSOPHY AND RHETORIC. 

Eev. CHARLES H. CHURCHILL, 

PROFESSOR OF MATHEMATICS AND NATURAL PHILOSOPHY. 

Rev. JUDSON SMITH, 

PROFESSOR OF CHURCH HISTORY, AND LECTURER ON MODERN HISTORY. 

GILES W. SHURTLEFF, A. M., 

PROFESSOR OF THE LATIN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE. 

Rev. HIRAM MEAD, 

PROFESSOR OF SACRED RHETORIC AND PASTORAL THEOLOGY. 

Rev. WILLIAM H. RYDER, 

PROFESSOR OF THE GREEK LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE. 

fenelon b. rice, 

PROFESSOR OF MUSIC. 

Rev. ELIJAH P. BARROWS, 

PROFESSOR OF HEBREW AND OLD TESTAMENT LITERATURE. 

Rev. JAMES H. LAIRD, 

PRINCIPAL OF THE ENGLISH PREPARATORY SCHOOL. 

ALBERT A. WRIGHT, A. M., Ph. B., 

PROFESSOR OF GEOLOGY AND NATURAL HISTORY. 

JAMES K. NEWTON, A. M., 

PROFESSOR OF THE GERMAN AND FRENCH LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES. 

JAMES R. SEVERANCE, A. M., 

INSTRUCTOR IN ELOCUTION. 

Rev. HENRY COWLES, 

LECTURER ON PROPHECY. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



Rev. a. HASTINGS ROSS, 

SPECIAL LECTURER ON CHURCH POLITY. 

Rev. WILLIAM W. PATTON, 

LECTURER ON MODERN SKEPTICISM. 

kev. henry matson, 

LIBRARIAN. 

HENRY F. CLARK, A. M., 

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF LATIN AND GREEK. 

AUGUSTUS G. UPTON, A. B., 

TUTOR IN LATIN. 

CHARLES J. RYDER, A B., 

TEACHER OF GREEK. 

LAN MAN J. NETTLETON, A. B., 

TEACHER OF LATIN. 

HOBART K. PAINTER, A. B. 

TEACHER OP GRAMMAR. 

CALVIN B. CADY, 

INSTRUCTOR IN PIANO AND COMPOSITION. 

FRANK M. DAVIS, 

INSTRUCTOR IN PIANO AND VIOLIN. 

WILLIAM B. CHAMBERLAIN, A. B., 

INSTRUCTOR IN VOCAL MUSIC. 

W. F. LYON, 

INSTRUCTOR IN PENMANSHIP. 



MRS. A. A. F. JOHNSTON, 

PRINCIPAL OF THE LADIES' DEPARTMENT. 

Miss HELEN E. MARTIN, 

ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL. 

Miss CALISTA ANDREWS, 

TUTOR IN MATHEMATICS. 

Miss l. celestia wattles, 

INSTRUCTOR IN PIANO AND HARMONY. 

Miss ROSA D. ALLEN, 

INSTRUCTOR IN VOCAL MUSIC. 

Miss ANNA M. WYETT, 

INSTRUCTOR IN DRAWING AND PAINTING. 



FACULTY. 



JAMES H. FAIRCHILD. President 
JOHN MORGAN. HIKAM MEAD. JUDSON SMITH. 

ELIJAH P. BARROWS. 



JAMES R. SEVERANCE. 



STUDENTS. 



RESIDENT GRADUATE. 



NAME. 

Alexander D. Hail 

Oberlin Theological Seminary, 1872. 



RESIDENCE. 

Berlin. 



SENIOR CLASS. 



ROOMS. 

39 West Lorain st. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Israel Brown Wedron, 111 

Wheaton College, 1872. 

Charles Cole Creegan Wakeman 31 North Water st 

Lebanon Normal School, 1869. 

John Morgan Cumings Tabor, Iowa 18 Council Hall. 

Oberlin "oUege, 1872. 

Eben Leander Hill St. Clair, Mich 15 Council Hall. 

Michigan University, 1872. 

Owen Jenkins Oberlin 27 Council Hall. 

Nathaniel Demster Lanphkah Olivet, Mich 7 Council Hall. 

Olivet College, 1873. 

William Brewster Oleson Brighton. 

Maine Agricultural College, 

Edward Anson Paddock Baraboo, Wis 3 Council Hall. 

Oberlin College, 1872. 



Jacob P. Riedinger Randolph 

Oberlin College, 1872. 



.11 Council Hall. 



Orville Carlton Clark Oberlin West Lorain st. 

Desevigna Fisk Harris Columbus 4 Council Hall. 

AbnerMahlon Pipes Tonica, 111 5 Council Hall. 

Delos Adelbert Strong North Adams, Mi ■h....l3 Council Hall. 

Willis Wilcox Woodruff Vienna 25 Council Hall. 

Seniors 14 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



MIDDLE CLASS 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. ROOMS. 

Thomas Weston DeLong Tabor, Iowa 36 West College st. 

Tabor College, 1873. 

Feux Shaw Hamel Tamworth, Eng 38 Council Hall. 

Queen's College, 

Edward Allan Leeper Atlanta, 111 20 Council Hall. 

Oberlin College, 

David C. McNair Clark, Pa 16 Council Hall. 

Mt. Union College, 1873. 

Charles Deforest Patterson Laporte 18 West Lorain st. 

Ohio Wesleyan University, 

Orthello Vermillen Rice Oberlin 60 West College st. 

Tabor College, 1874. 

William Clayton Rogers Oberlin 24 Council Hall. 

Oberlin College, 1873. 

Edward Strieby Steele Oberlin 3 Council Hall. 

Oberlin College, 1872. 

Augustus Goodnow Upton Elyria 10 Council Hall. 

Oberlin College, 1873. 



John Milton Merrill Collamer 11 Council Hall. 

Oberlin College, 1873. 

James Courtlandt Palmer Bloomsburg, Pa 19 Council Hall. 

John Scott Naugatuck, Ct 39 North Main st. 

Middles '2 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



JUNIOR CLASS 



RESIDENCES. ROOMS. 

.Nova 17 Council Hall. 



.Oberlin 6 West st. 



8 Council Hall. 



NAMES. 

Albert Wade Bishop 

Northwestern Normal, 1873. 

William Benton Chamberlain.. 

Oberlin College, 1875. 
Isaac Linn^os Corey Thorntown. 

Wabash College, 

Harry William George East Orrington, Me 6 Council Hall. 

Colby University, 

Dennis Goodsell Nelson 26 Council Hall. 

Oberlin College, 1875. 

Sylvester S. Grinnell Maryville, Tenn 9 Council Hall. 

Maryville College, 1874. 

John William Harorave Hipon.Wis 21 Council Hall. 

Ripon College, 1875. 
AzEL Hatch Chatham 26 Council Hall. 

Oberlin College, 1875. 

Addison Wilbur Hayes Berea... 1 Council Hall. 

Baldwin University, 1875. 

Rupert Preston Hodge Janesville, Wis 14 Council Hall. 

Oberlin College, 1874. 

Francis Marion Kumler Westerville 8 Council Hall. 

Otterbein University, 1872. 
Eli Roberts Loomis Pawlet, Vt 12 Council Hall. 

Henry Ferris Markham Oberlin 23 North Professor st. 

Oberlin College, 1873. 

Thomas McClelland Mendon, HI 23 Council Hall. 

Oberlin College, 1875. 

Jerome DOLSON Mills Canton, 111 22 Council Hall. 

Oberlin College, 1875. 

James Dunning Monroe Town Line, N. Y 14 Council Hall. 

Mt. Union College, 1875. 

Lanman James Nettleton Oberlin 15 Council Hall. 

Oberlin College, 1875. 

Hobart Kingsbury Painter Oberlin 22 Spring st. 

Oberlin College, 1875. 

Pearse Pinch West Rosendale, Wis... 21 Council Hall. 

Ripon College, 1875. 

Albert Augustus Roberts Monticello, Fla 36 North Main st. 

Codrington College, 1871. 

Harlan Page Roberts Oberlin 46 North Main st. 

Oberlin College, 1875. 

Charles Jackson Ryder Oberlin 23 Council Hall. 

Oberlin College, 1875. 

William Dyvanwal Williams Oberlin. 

Western Reserve College, 



Edmund Chessman Bethlehem, Pa 28 Council Hall. 

Juniors 24 



CLASSICAL AND SCIENTIFIC COURSE. 



FACULTY. 



JAMES H. FAIRCHILD, President. 
JAMES DASCOMB. JOHN M. ELLIS. CHARLES H. CHURCHILL. 

JUDSON SMITH. GILES W. SHURTLEFF. WILLIAM H. RYDER. 

ALBERT A. WRIGHT. JAMES K. NEWTON. 



SE 

NAMES. 

Arthur Chase Andrews.. '. 

Henry Liberty Bates ^. 

Lyman WiLLARD Burr n 

Henry Northrup Castle.:. 
Clarence John Chase :. 


JAMES R. SEVERANCE. 




STUDENTS. 




NIOR CLASS. 

RESIDENCES. 

.: Oberlln 

Plymouth, Neb 

Oberlin 


ROOMS. 

...38 North Professor st. 

...12 Elm St. 

...40 West Lorain st. 


Newbury, Kan 

Whittlesey 


...61 East College St. 
...13 Elm St. 


Darius Daniel Clayton... 


: Little Sandusky 


...11 West St. 


Elijah Cooke 7.. 

Henry Francis Derr ...•...: 
Burt Erastus De To ...:... : 
Edwin Kellogg Fairchild 
William;;Goodell Frost.-?-. 
John Hanshue • 


...Otto, N. Y 

Montville 

Oberlin 


...10 Elm St. 
...11 West St. 
...14 East Mill st. 


.'...• Keokuk, Iowa 

Raymond, Wis 

• Wfistfirn Star ... 


...10 Elm St. 
...24Tappan Hall. 
...24 Tappan Hall. 


William Andrew Hobbs..-..' Lebanon, Mo 

Sylvanus Converse Huntington, Jr.. Pulaski, N. T 

Frank Gardiner Lee..-..> Baraboo, Wis 


...19 West Lorain St. 

...10 Elm St. 

...10 West Lorain st. 



lU OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. ROOMS. 

Charles Lundy Lewis j^. Ottawa, 111 6 West Lorain st. 

Edwaui) Joseph Malle f..'. Bedford 13 East Lorain st. 

Charles Beebe Martin .TT.f. Oberlin 69 East College st 

Frederick William Meadows.:.. Elyria 27 East College st. 

Julius Sinclair Ooan ':. Columbus Grove 9 Forest st. 

William Otterbein Pkingle .'.; Fremont 2 College Place. 

Georoe Thompson Reeves. ..•..• Newark, N. Y 6 West Lorain st. 

Dan Richards 1. " Oberlin 59 East College st. 

Clayton Brown Rockhill..:.." Oakhmd 19 West Lorain st. 

RoviLLUS Kollin Rogers .'. Alden, Iowa 10 West Lorain st. 

Frederick Shelton SMEDLEY..'..t Berea 50 North Main st. 

Seth Sanford Wheeler Tl-.s. Cleveland/^ 11 East Lorain st. 

RoBi RT John White i.: Henrietta Mr. White's. 

Alice Lee Armsby jC. Council Grove, Kan Park House. 

Clara Evangeline Babcockx Wayne 35 West Lorain st. 

Lucy Ella Wright Oberlin 35 West Lorain st. 

Seniors 31 



JUNIOR CLASS. 

' Joseph Higgins Adams Perrysburg 27 West Lorain st. 

Malcolm Gr^me Alexander Clyde.... 35 South Mainst. 

Samuel Davis Allen Newcastle, Pa 10 West Lorain st. 

' William Fremont Blackman Kirksville, Mo 15 Forest st. 

Frederick ERwin Briqham Trumbull Frenc4i Hall. 

CiiAU.NCEY Marvin Cady Oberlin 12 South Professor st. 

William Capell Calland Sumnierlield 60 North Main st. 

Frederic Arthur Churchill Oberlin 26 West College st. 

Adelbert Benjamin Coon ...Marengo, 111 35 North Professor st. 

George Edward Crane Oberlin 38 South Main st. 

Alexander Sylvanus Eaton Alamo, Mich 35 Tappan Hall. 

Frederic Alden Field Oberlin 2 East Lorain st. 

/Albert John Gilchrist Oberlin 34 North Professor st. 

Herbert DelosGoodenough Barton, Wis 51 West College st. 

EVANDER Joseph Goodsell Nelson 30 West College st. 

ARcniBALD Hadden Cleveland 10 Elm st. 

Benjamin Albert iMEs Van Wert, Pa 51 Tappan Hall. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 11 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. ROOMS. 

Arthur Desaline Langston Washington, D. C Park House. 

JuDSON Oncken Leslie Princeton, 111 30 West College st. 

James Robert Logue Northfield 35 North Professor st. 

Charles Albert Marsh Pontiac, Mich 33 East College st. 

Charles Edwin Monroe Oberlin 4 College Place. 

Winthrop DOWNES PAINTER Oberlin 32 Spring st. 

Erwin Hart Kichards Mecca First Church. 

Adelbert Selders Lodi l 37 North Pleasant st. 

Sanford Elihu 8HUTT Middleport 2 East Lorain st. 

Merton Morris Squire Oberlin 6 West Lorain st. 

John Ogilveb Stevenson Ellsworth, Ct 3 South Professor st. 

Mary Louisa Drake Oskaloosa, Iowa 51 West College st. 

Ell.4. Jane Strong Oskaloosa, Iowa 51 West College st. 

Caroline Wickes Oberlin 2 North Professor st. 

Juniors 31 



SOPHOMORE CLASS. 

Bela Benoni Adams Copopa 6 South Professor st. 

Charles Whitfield Allen Oberlin 68 South Main st. 

WiLBKRT Lee Anderson East Berkshire, Vt 11 South Professor st. 

William Elliott Barnhabt Seville 4 Elm st. 

William Alfred Bowen San Bernardino, Cal....41 West College st. 

Charles Sherman Brown Oberlin 27 North Main st. 

Henry Conner.. Burton, 111 60 Tappan Hall. 

Amplias Milton Countryman Hastings, Minn 27 West College st. 

Marion FiNLEY Cowan Hardin 23 West College st. 

Frank Parish Favel Oberlin U North Main st. 

Lucius BiERCE Fuller Nelson 34 West College st. 

Marcus Bell Fuller Nelson 17 West College st. 

Wakene Almont Gates Middlefield 74 East College st. 

Charles Robert Hager Sauk City, Wis Chapel. 

William Norman Johnson Oberlin 51 East College st. 

Oliver Hale KOONS Sulphur Springs 12 East Lorain st. 

James Henderson Kyle Urbana, 111 41 West College st. 

James Henry Leonard Bridgewater, Mass 37 West College st. 

Oramel William Lucas Canon City, Col 35 West Lorain st. 



12 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 




' NAMES. 


RESIDENCES. 


ROOMS. 


WlM.IAM BEECriEU MolNTYRE... 


Princeton, 111 


..12 East Lorain st. 


Wii.DKK Stevens Metcalf 


Elyria 


. 1 South Professor st. 


LiMu.KY Wahiikn Morris 


.. . Alliance 


..47 West College st. 


Chaklks Edward Morse 


Bedford. 


. 3 East Lorain st. 


Albert Oi.ipford Penfield 


Oberlin 


..83 South Main st. 


PnARiF<; Mii.TOx Rice 


Russia 


Mr. Rice's. 


Alberto Calvin Shattuck 


Tontogany 


..30 West College St. 


Karl Andrew Snyder 


Oberlin 


..11 Elm St. 


David Brainerd Spencer 


Benzonia, Mich ... 


. French Hall. 


Wesley Meyers Stover 


.- Lisle, 111 


..74 East College St. 


Henry Ernest Thayer .. 


Freedom 


..37 West College St. 


Et'OENli ALHERT TUTTLE 


North Amherst 


47 West College st. 


Charles Seluen Vaile 


Kokomo, Ind 


.. 9 Elm St. 


Solomon Watkins 


Lawrence, Kan 


.24 North Main st. 


Albert Marion Wheeler 


Shelby _ 


.37 West College st. 


HeordieZeno Whitney 

Melville Clement Whitney 


Oberlin 


-.26 South Professor st. 
.26 South Professor st. 


Oberlin 


Francis Albert Wilcox 


Richfield 


.49Tappan Hall. 


William Cullbn Wilcox 


Richfield 


-.49 Tappan Hall. 


Lunette Angelina Drew 


Oberlin 


..75 South Main st. 


Ellen Electa Grannis 


Oberlin 


.71 North Main st. 


May Richards 

Ida Elfleda Wilcutt. . 

Sophomores 


Oberlin 


.59 East College st. 
.19 North Main st. 

42 


Oberlin 




FRESHMAN CLASS 




Jason Alonzo Barber. 
Henry Royce Bass.. 


Tontogany.. 

WfiSt "Ranrlnliili 


.24 North Main st. 
.22 West Lorain st. 
. 4 North Water st. 
.21 South Professor st. 
.. 8 Forest st. 
-47 West College st. 
. Society Hall. 
.32 South Professor st. 
.22 West Lorain st. 
.14 East Lorain st. 


Madison William Beacom 
Fred Bellows 


Mechanicstown 


W^Pnino" WatoT* TVTiiV* 


George B. Boone 




William Henky Buss 


Creston. Til 


Dwight Howard Clapp 

EvERARD Willis Dascomb 


Kirtland 

Wilton. N. If 


Olin Lareau Fowler 




WiLUER GeRRV FrEHSE 




-■ . 





OBERLIN COLLEGE. 13 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. ROOMS. 

Clarence Ross Gale Jamestown, N. Y 2 North Professor st. 

Henry Orlando Gardner Richville, N. Y Second Church. 

William Raymond Greene Maiden, 111. 31 West College st. 

John Henry Grose Des Moines, Iowa a5 South Main st. 

Burton F. Hales North Amherst 19 East Lorain st. 

Miles Woodbury Harrison ..Lagrange 4S South Main st. 

George Anshutz Berry Heazelton ..Pittsburg, Pa. 4 North Water st. 

Robert Cehorn Henderson ..Zanesville 5 South Professor st. 

Willis Arthur Hitchcock Owasso, Mich 35 North Main st. 

Oliver Earle Hotchkiss South Kirtland 50 East Lorain st. 

David Willey Hulburt Seville , 30 North Pleasant st. 

Arthur Clayton Jones Galena 19 North Main st. 

John Kline Rensselaerville, N. Y...39 East College st. 

Nestor Light Milford, Ct.. 33 South Professor st. 

Thomas Allen McNeal Iberia 53 East Lorain st. 

Alford Brown Penniman Woodburn, 111 21 South Professor st. 

Edward Waterous Peck ...Oberlin 8 West Lorain st. 

Henry Ricker Kelley's Island 35 West Lorain si. 

George Martin Sherman Henrietta 4 North Water st. 

Samuel Reynolds Singer Zanesville 50 Tappan Hall. 

Edgar George Sweet Avon 15 Forest st. 

James Alpheus Thomas Oberlin 7 North Waterst. 

Benjamin Thompson TJrbana 47 West College st. 

DwiGHT Baldwin Ward Mattawan, Mich Chapel. 

Newton Wyeth New Way 6 North Water st. 

Sarah Jane Bebout Savannah 27 East College st 

Mary Emily Case ..Milan 8 Forest st. 

ExanaEudora Cochran... Beaver Crossing, Neb.. 11 South Professor st. 

Ellen Amanda Hayes Oberlin 26 South Professor st. 

Essie Eliza Johnson Fitchville Ladies' Hall. 

Alice Edwards Mead Oberlin 9 Elm st. 

Mary Braman Rockwood Oberlin 18 North Main st. 

Emma Julia Saeford Madison 2Elmst. 

Freshmen - ^3 



14 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



LITERARY COURSE, 



FACULTY. 



JAMES H. FAIRCHILD, President. 

JAMES DASCOMB. JOHN M. ELLIS. 

CHARLES H. CHURCHILL. JUDSON SMITH. ALBERT A. WRIGHT. 

JAMES K. NEWTON. MRS. A. A. F. JOHNSTON. 



JAMES R. SEVERANCE. AUGUSTUS G. UPTON. MISS CALISTA ANDREWS. 



STUDENTS. 



FOURTH YEAR. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Sarah Ruth ALiiEN Z.jS. Brecksville 

Frances Amelia Bassett..'..! Dundee, N. Y. 

Helen Bell ...I-. Orangeville, Mich. 

Henrietta Maria Clapp.. .'..". Huntsburg. 

LotnsA Hannah Clark.. ..X-n Huntington. 

Mary Alta Clemans ^.... North Dover. 

Emily Ewing ' Randolph, N. Y. 

Aekie Manchester Field... Los Angelos, CaL 

Mary Adeline Frayer ...l .Carson. 

Mary Minerva Hunt Otto, N. Y. 

Martha Rebecca Jackson i. Oberlin. 

Marie Eliza Lane :..'.. Wellington, 

Mary Elton McClelland.^ Des Moines, Iowa. 

Ella Artha McConoughey.-...( Oberlin. 

Mart Amelia Pool '...\ Sandusky. 

Virginia Carrie Scott ...h Oberlin. 

Mary Helen Smith Elyria. 

Alice Amanda Stone : Oberlin. 

Sarah Caroline Thompson.:..-. Kensington, Mich. 

Etta May Webster :..-. Red Wing, Minn. 

Helen Cowles Wheeler Butler, Mo. 

Sarah Jane Zurmehley Yellow Bud. 

Fourth Year 22 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 15 



THIRD YEAR. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

/ Addie Eliza Adair Osawattomie, Kan. 

Metta Victoria aldrich Oberlin. 

Esther Amelia Barnes Tallmadge. 

/ Josephine Boyd Bateham Painesville. 

MiTTiB Artemicia Bebout Savannah. 

Alice Cornelia Bisbee Asbton, R. I. 

' Charlotte Ann Burr Morlson, 111. 

Mary Elizabeth Bushnell Oberlin. 

ANABELLE CAMPBELL Oberlin. 

Lucy Ella Chambers Bucyrus. 

Clara Lydia Clisbee Oberlin. 

Mary Lavinia Colvin Clyde. 

Lydia Virginia Cone Painesville. 

Harriet Lee Cooper Fredericktown. 

Emma Rebecca Coughy North Kingsville. 

Amanda Jane Frow Winchester. 

Mary Ellen Gaston Sterling. 

Loretta Elvira Kennedy Brunswick. 

/ Caroline Louisa Leonard Scotland, Mass. 

Minerva Hudson Letcher Fayette. 

Lena Lyon Elyria. 

^Elizabeth Laird McClelland Des Moines, lovea. 

Anna Janes Mead West Cornwall, Vt. 

Lizzie Ann Meadows Elyria. 

(Hannah Hattie Meeker Huron. 

Harriet Allen Munger Galva, IlL 

Justitia Azalia Parsons Oberlin. 

/ Helen Abbie Pepoon Painesville. 

Mary Alice Reed — Bellevue. 

Sarah Alice Shutt Middleport. 

/Eleanor Hattie Spencely Galena, 111. 

Effleda Veronica Thompson Medina. 

Fannie Julia Webster Oberlin. 

/Ella LORISSA Welch - Thornton, Ind. 

.'■ Sarah Jane Woodson Berlin. 

Third Year 35 



16 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



SECOND YEAK. 

NAMES. RKSIDE^fCES. 

JULIA Mat Adams Perrysburg. 

Annette ISADORE Burr Oberlin. 

Celia Emmarilla Christie Penfleld. 

Julia Marana Coates - Brecksville. 

Mary Elmina Dickinson - Randolph. 

■ Clara May Eaton Oberlin. 

Grace Augusta Fairchild Oberlin. 

Carrie Frisbie Berlin Heights. 

Ella Eliza Gates - New London. 

Anna Elizabeth Harter Crawfordsville, Ind. 

Flora Parnell Higgins Waverly. 

Mary Pamela Hill Flemington, N.J. 

Frances J. Holliday North Springfield, Pa. 

Lizzie A. HOLLIDAY North Springfield, Pa. 

Frances Maria Keep Oberlin. 

Susan Kendall.... Cavendish, Vt. 

Mary Tryphena Leonard ^ Oberlin. 

Mary Jane Mawhir Westfield, N. Y. 

Mabel Maxwell Boulder, Col. 

Jennie Arabella Mead Buchanan. 

Ella Arnettia Metcalf Warren. 

Helen Josephine Millspauqh Clinton, Mich. 

Charlotte Jane Moore Galesburg, 111. 

Emma Hannah Moore Galesburg, 111. 

Ella Amelia Pierce Warren. 

Elsie Jane Reynolds Painesville. 

Anna Rowley Fredericktown. 

Sarah Belle Sayre West Liberty. 

Lydia Roana Sheldon Whittlesey. 

Frances Josephine Spitzer Medina. 

Marcia Stewart Colorado Springs, Col. 

Alice Minerva Udell Indianapolis, Ind. 

Eva Elmina Wallace Lorain. 

Mary Whedon Oberlin. 

Lydia Charlotte Wilbur Oberlin. 

Laura Williams Oberlin. 

Effie May Wood Elyria. 

Second Year 37 



O BERLIN COLLEGE. 17 



FIRST YEAR. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Margaret Elizabeth Anderton Bedford. 

Sarah Ann Anderton Bedford. 

Mary Eva Andrus Oberliu. 

Amanda Salome Austin.. NoUh Eaton. 

WiLLiANNA Benchley Houston, Tex. 

Kate Loretta Brown Cleveland. 

Alice Estelle Burt Jamestown, N. Y. 

Alice Carey Salem. 

Eva Edwards Oberlin. 

Elsie H. Ellis Blissfleld, Mich. 

Harriet Newell Ellsworth. Hudson 

Myria Celia Fellows Chagrin Falls. 

Mary Pamelia Giddings West Brookfleld, Mass. 

Mary Ellen Guy Harmer. 

Martha Maria Haskell Nortli Bloomfield. 

Katie Hayden Hathaway Chardon. 

Anna Elizabeth Hatch Springfield, Mass. 

Nellie Elmina Hawley Mankato, Minn. 

Maraquita Hayes Oburlin. 

Louisa Faucett Hoge Oberlin. 

Carry Maude Hubbard Cincinnati. 

Ida May Hull Sandusky. 

Alice Viola Hyde ^ Hall's Corners, Ind. 

Esther A. Kendeigh South Amherst. 

Lois Emma Leach Traverse City, Mich. 

Ulala Geraldine Long Marion. 

Mary Corrinna Loomis Lodi. 

Helen Henrietta Lord Ravenna. 

Gertrude Newcomer Shannon, 111. 

Sarah Newton Oberlin. 

Mary Gakfield Parks Oberlin. 

Ida Melissa Parmenter.- Vermontville, Mich. 

Emily Anne Parry - Lucas. 

Frances Morgan Parsons Chenango Bridge, N. Y. 

Helen Eliza Rood. Oberlin. 

Mattie Lela Rood Oberlin. 

2 



18 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Maria Louise Singer Waterville. 

Henrietta Graves Smith Wortliington, Minn. 

Laura Charlotte Smith Adams Mills. 

Harriet Jerome Stark Worcester, Mass. 

Frances Ella Still Philadelphia, Pa. 

Hattie \^. Stiiddaut Oberlin. 

Augusta Strawn Odell, 111. 

Florence Tyler Warren. 

Lottie Belle Walker Elyria. 

Bella Josephine Waite Eddytown, N. Y. 

Florence Nightingale Wallace Northfleld. 

Mat'jie Winifred Wheeler Shelby. 

Ella May Willard Baraboo, Wis. 

Lydia Arabella Williams - Oberlin. 

Mattie Minerva Winslow Aurora, 111. 

First Year - 51 



IN SELECT STUDIES. 

Beriah Finney Cochrane Beaver Crossing, Neb. 

Edwin W. Coit.. Steuben. 

Clarence Wamer Cooke Honolulu, S. T. 

Charles F. Cooper Mt. Vernon. 

James H. Crossman Falls Church. 

Lucien Edmund Banks Oberlin. 

Trowbridge C. Eggleston Gaines, N. Y. 

MON. Greenwood Grandview. 

James Edward Henderson Nashville, Tenn. 

Frank W. Hullinoer Granville, 111. 

John Francis Humphreys ITtica, N. Y. 

Loren Winsou Jordan Bucyrus. 

Millard J. King Chardon. 

Edwin Henry Merrill Cleveland. 

Washington Irving Metcalf Elyria. 

Almon L. Miner Cornwall, Ct. 

Henry Mucklky _ Pierce. 

Sidney James Parsons Fairport, N. Y. 

Milton Gushing Phillips K.yalton, Wis. 



O BERLIN COLLEGE. 10 



NAME^. RESIDENCES. 

Harlan Pomekoy Stron^'sville. 

George B. Reid Monhan, Ireland. 

FlNLEY BOWEKS RICHARDS Biiiiifleld. 

Henry A. Robertson Raskins. 

Charles Byko.v Robinson Russell. 

William Nokris Rogers Berea. Ky. 

Willis A. Rudd Windham. 

Wn.LiAM H Simpson _ .Oswego, N. Y. 

Henry D Smith.. Greensbiirff. 

Marius George Stearns _ I'ittsfleld, Mass. 

James Br.\inerd Stocking - Elyria. 

Hoxie Vincent Stone Sterlin}:, N. Y. 

Arthur Vaughn Sunderlin Oberlin. 

George B. Walker Richville. 

Fred Webster Rawson villa. 

John Williams Welsh Elyria. 

Mills Whittlesey - New Preston, Ct. 

Louis Barney Wonsor - - Hillsdale, Mich. 

Mary Lavina Alter. - - - Camp Point, 111. 

Rose McDonald Blount.. Evansville, Ind. 

Hattie Lord Bryant Vermillion. 

Florence Millie Buck .-andusky. 

Phebe Caroline Cornell. Sharon villa. 

Florence Abbie Gilchrist Oberlin. 

Eugenia Makia Gridlky. - Willoushby. 

Ellen Julia Hall. - Oberlin. 

Fannie Town Hammond Andover, Mass. 

Margaret Adella Hine Berlin Heights. 

Ella Augusta Jewitt Oberlin. 

Alta Matilda Lafferty. Oberlin. 

Edith Ely Metcalf - Elyria. 

Lucy Heywood Metcalf - Elyria. 

Caroline Marina Parmely - Dayton. 

Grace Sisson Pomroy Klyria. 

Caspie Alda Reamer Leavenworth, Kan. 

Sarah Huldah Roe Madison. 

Victoria Louise Sawyer - Sandusky. 

Emma Jane Smith - Oboilin. 

Henrietta Graves Smith Worthington, Minn. 

Frances Amelia Stewaht River Falls, Wis. 



20 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. RESIDENCBS. 

Abbie AnniLi^E Stone Oberlin. 

Nellie C. Stonk Sandusky. 

Lou Massa Thacy Mansfield. 

Stella Mauia Tuttle West Andover. 

Ella Fhances Webster Red Wing. Minn. 

Mary Elizabeth Wheaton Bane, Vt. 

I'HEBE Eliza Williams Wauseon. 

In Select Studies 66 




^repan 




MHtriididti. 



CLASSICAL SCHOOL. 



INSTRUCTORS. 



HENRY P. CLARK, Principal, 
AUGUSTUS G. UPTON. CHARLES J. RYDER. LANMAN J. NETTLETON. 

Uus CALISTA ANDREWS. 



STUDENTS. 



SENIOR CLASS. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Leander Jefferson Aldrich ConkliDgville, N. Y. 

Benjamin Franklin Aldridge Brooklyn, N. Y. 

David Edmund Barney Laporte, Ind. 

EaviN Robert Barney May wood, 111. 

Oscar Bass Maiden, 111. 

John Henry Beacom Mechanicstown. 

Lee Benton Bevington Mansfield. 

Charles William Black - Columbus. 

Watson Eliot Boise Bellevue. 

George Lyman Brown Mansfield. 

Harry Cake We.st Independence. 

Daniel Duncan Cameron. .West Bend, Wis. 

Oliver Hobart Chapin Spartansburg, Pa. 

Allan Monroe Clark Cleveland. 

Sereno Jay Clark Freedom. 

HuRLBURT ErastusCole Strongsville. 

Edward Wilbur Doane Oberlin. 

John Sumner Edmonds Avon. 

Darius Lyman Edwards - Oberlin. 



22 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Will Cauy E.nijley Mansfield. 

William McLkan Gkaiiam Oshkosli, Wis. 

IlKUIIEIlT TlIOIiNTON Grangeu Siindwicli, 111. 

WiM.iAM Washington Hannan Downyia^- Mich. 

Fhank Haiihington Warren. 

Byuon Hemen Haukison L;i Grange. 

David Alexander Haylor Oberlin. 

Horace Apollos Holcomb Romeo, Mich. 

Clifton Durham Hdbbell - Bedford. 

John Henry Hull - Oberlin. 

Lynn Walter Hull Sandusky. 

William Kaiser Gnadenhutten. 

John Milton Killits Bryan. 

Charles Sumner Leeper - - Oberlin. 

FiiANK Maurice Lillie - Willoughby, 

Charles Loomis Charlestown. 

Edwin Bknedict Loveland - Oberlin. 

Arthur Wiij.iam I,Yf)N Wau-^eou. 

Oscar Homer McConougiiey Oberlin. 

Charles William McTntyre Royaltoii, Wis. 

William Maxwell Monroe Oberlin. 

Julian Coats Mooue South Toledo. 

John Hichard Nichols Eeading, N. Y. 

Andrew II.\le Noah Peninsula. 

Fred J. Owen New York City. 

Willis John Paddock B raboo, Wis. 

William Clahi: Pardee Windham. 

James Edward Pearson York. 

Caius F. Pugsley Chester X Roads. 

William Henry Pugsley Russell. 

George Andrews Ramsay New Lisbon. 

Allington George Reynolds Oberlin. 

J. Lek Richmond Berlin Heights. 

William Ckbrain Kigdon Rigdon. Ind. 

George Ciieever Roberts Oberlin. 

Dewitt Nathan Uosecrans ...Oberlin. 

Jacob Albiiioht It^hawan 1 Urbana. 

George Brown Van Wati its Rensselaer Falls, N. Y. 

Ella Maiiia Bailey Russia. 

Agnes Caluwixl Eiic, Pa. 

Eva JuskpiiineCeas Ol)erlin. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 23 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Ida Eleanora Ceas Oberlin. 

Evangeline Lamb Oberlin 

Maria Sarah Lamb Ober;in. 

Mauy Ela'ira Temple Birmingham. 

Abbie Krum Tlttle : - West Andover. 

Seniors - 65 



MIDDLE CLASS. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Joseph Bacon - Oberlin. 

VissCHER Vere Bar.ves.. Kenosha, Wis. 

R. Evans Barrett Spring Valley. 

David Julian Bates Avon. 

JosiAH Harlow Bellows Weeping Water, Neb. 

Samuel Ashley Blake Euclid. 

Julius Jacob Bliss Bissell's P. O. 

Elmer Delazon Bostwick Edinburgh. 

Charles Henry Brett Geneva. 

Harry Wilson Compton Coshocton. 

James Henry Condit - Tontogany. 

Charles Norton Cox .Toledo. 

JosiAH W. Craig Leavittsburg. 

Walter French Cranston Broadway. 

George M. Derr Sharon. 

William W. Epps Tampico, 111. 

Thomas W. Fitzgerald Chicopee, Mass 

Noel Gale .....Madison. 

George Fenn Greeley -. - Nashua, Iowa. 

Ferry Henry Griffing - Oberlin. 

William Henry Hanchett ...Mulberry Corners. 

Charles R. Hannan - Dowagiac, Mich. 

John Earl Harris Oberlin. 

Ch.\rles De Ar-MOnd H.VRRISON - Granville, 111. 

William Edw.\rd Harrison Van Coiiver's Island, Brit. Col. 

CH.A.RLES Willard Hayes - Oberlin. 

Arthur Ernest Hershizer - Shelby. 

Howard Thomas Hicks - Oberlin. 

Thomas Hill Mayfleld. 

Martin French Holbrook - Otto, N. Y. 



24 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. RESIDEN'CES. 

Thomas R. Jones Richville, N. Y. 

John William Kihk - Canal Fulton. 

Francis Mills Koons Sulphur Springs. 

ViiioiL Lamb Uberlin. 

John Millard Lanehart Belleville. 

Daniel Magnus Oberlin. 

George A. Maston White Sulphur Springs, W. Va. 

Samuel Hottlieb Messer Parnassus, Pa. 

James A. Moors West Winfleld, N. Y. 

George Washington Moore Cleveland. 

JuDSON Conrad Paddock '. Oberlin. 

Fdwin Blanchard Patterson Laporte. 

Howard Everett Perry Cleveland. 

Horace Greeley Redington Oberlin. 

James W. Richards Rutland. 

James Henry Sanders Madison, Ind. 

Charles Howard Sawyer Kent. 

John Joseph Schmidt Euclid. 

Washington Simms.. Greenville, Mich. 

George Wahren Spencer Shalersville. 

James Wellington Starr Bryan. 

Alfred Li;e Stewart Olivet, Kan. 

\Vaue{en Stone Danville, 111. 

Sidney Dix Strong Seville. 

Ebkn Buckingham Sturges Mansfield. 

Archibald Eugene Thompson Medina. 

Daniel Lathrop Tracy Mansfield. 

Hervey Davis Travis West Point. 

Andrew Rollin Tressler Bryan. 

Lewis Henry Turner Faribault, Minn. 

Owen J. Turner Putnam. 

Mauhice Melville Warner Plainfleld, 111. 

Charles Myron Webster Red Wing, Minn. 

Thaddeus Loren Wilson DePuyster, N. Y 

Ida Beagle Blissfleld, Mich. 

COROLYN Elizabeth Eldred Olmstead. 

Eva Lucinda Emory Prophetstown, III. 

Nettie Luanna Munson Oberlin. 

Clorinda Margaret Spear Aurrra, 111. 

Middles - _.69 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 25 



JUNIOR CLASS. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Burton Ashley Marengo. 

James Baglet Oxford. 

Gaylord Case Bailey Cleveland. 

Harry Wales Bascom Greensburg. 

Horace Edwin Bell Hardin. 

Eugene Bodel ..Fayette. 

William Tell Booth Pueblo, Cal. 

Alfred David Bray Mandon, 111. 

George Henry Bredbeck Germanville. 

Edward Brooks Quaker Bottom. 

James Butler North Ridgeville. 

Howard Carter Tallmadge. 

Alpha Wright Carter, Tallmadge. 

Plipton Chase Sparta. 

Clarence Oscar Clark Springville, N. Y. 

Robert CoLLiSTER St. Johns, Isle of Man. 

Philip Martin Condit Tontogany. 

Alonzo Cooper Sheffield. 

William Melzar Coulter Atwood, Mich. 

Isaac Cypher Saxton, Pa. 

Irving Edward Dale Oberlin. 

William Pratt Dana Oberlin. 

John Ferguson Day Oberlin. 

Ralph Blymer Day Oberlin. 

Willis Franklin Day Oberlin. 

Andrew Strong Deacon Harrlsonville, Mo. 

Charles Henry Durand Cleveland. 

George Charles Ehrhard North Amherst. 

Jacob Budman Fleming Cooperstown, Pa. 

Edward Luther Freeman Otisville, Mich. 

David Edgar French Granville, 111. 

Fred E. Fuller Oneida, lil. 

Leroy J. GiLSON Middlefleld. 

Edwin Warner Gordon Lordstown. 

Charles Graefe Sandusky. 

Daniel Merritt Guy Zanesville. 

Ensign Hammond Lighthouse, 111. 

S. C. Hamon Bucyrus. 

Frank Sutherland Harder Castleton, N. Y. 



2G O BERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMKS. RESIDENXES. 

Charlks D. Hahrison Granville, 111. 

James Monroe Hendkhson Evansville, Iiid. 

Webster Lynde Hendrick - Richville. 

Willis Phelps Hendrick Richville. 

Charles Hershiser New Washington. 

Frank P. Hill Holly Springs, Miss. 

Charles S Holyoke - - Chicago, 111. 

Ira C. Hoors Rolling Prairie, Ind. 

Charles Joel Hubbard Bedford. 

Thomas Anthony Humphreys Delphos. 

Asa Jaques Dberlin. 

James William Johnson Washington 

John David Jones Richville, N. Y. 

Sidney Franklin Jones - Frankfort. 

William Owen Jones Richville, N. Y. 

Herbert Douglas Kellogg Laurel, Md. 

David Labanna Leslie Burrell, Pa. 

Samuel Morris Lewis Ottawa. 

Robert Liles - Blonniingville. 

Frank Henry Lowe Albion. 111.. 

Joseph McD. Matthews Hillsboro. 

Alfred McCaskey Sulphur Springs. 

James Stewart McClelland Oberlin. 

William Nelson McClennan Salineville. 

John C. McLaughlin Bolton, P. Q 

George Herbert Mead Oberlin. 

Luther Herbert Mead Greenwich. 

Charles Nelson Meech North RldgeviHe. 

William Mif.ler Port Clinton 

Allen F. Moore Warren. 

Joseph Henry Mull Oberlin. 

Horace Greely Murdock Renssellaer Falls, N. Y. 

Edward Myers Warren. 

George Washington Orwig Bellevue. 

JiSSE K. Pearson Goodrich, Mich. 

Howard Penfield Penfleld. 

James Freeland Powers Perrysville. 

Charles Baker Reid Van AVert. 

Frank Gordon Robb fberlin. 

George E. Rose Elyria. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 27 



NAMES. RESIDENXES. 

Arthur E. Sexton Oberlin. 

Edward Adelbeht Shannepelt Cassopolis, Mich. 

Leonard Shaw - AVaterfoid, Pa. 

Charles W. Sheldon.. Euclid. 

Arthur Leon Shumw.ay Madison. 

Charles J. Siddall Oberlin 

Abraham Franklin Smith Jerry City. 

Charles Leverett Smith Millford, Mich. 

Edwin Burritt Smith Cerro Gordo, 111. 

Frank Emmerson Smith Richville, N. Y. 

George Smith New London. 

John Jacob Smith Prophetstown, 111. 

Thomas Smith.. Cairo, 111. 

George Henry Sonder Shelby. 

James Frank Spence New Lisbon. 

Willis Peck Sperry Tallmadge. 

George Henry Starring ..Clarkston, Mich. 

Samuel Stevens Windham. 

John Wilmot Taylor Austin, Texas. 

William L. Thomas Little Prairie Konde, Mich. 

John G. Thomas Brewster, N. Y. 

Walter Scott Thomas Delaware. 

John Caldwell Thompson _ Urbana. 

Merton Edward Thompson New Oberlin. 

Robert Thompson Springfield, Ont. 

William Avemon Thompson Chicago. 

Daa'id Lathrop Tracy Mansfield. 

Isaac Newton Van Tassel Milton Centei. 

George Clarence Westervelt Oberlin. 

William Joseph Wheeler - Shelby. 

Ralph Wheelock Oberlin. 

Avery J. Wightman Cleveland. 

Seneca Beach Williams. Gustavus. 

William More Wilson Mohawk Valley. 

Charles Edward Winslow Aurora, Ills. 

James Martin Wisman Bryan. 

Abner Mack Wooster Paw Paw, Mich. 

Juniors "6 



28 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



ENGLISH SCHOOL. 



INSTRUCTORS. 



JAMES H. LAIRD, Principal. 
HOBART K. PAINTER. MISS CALISTA ANDREWS. 



STUDENTS. 



GENTLEMEN. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Alered Allen Aldrich Chrystel, Iowa. 

John Lawrence Anderson Rossville, 111. 

Burton Wilbur Allis Forest. 

Alfred Forest Army Chicago, III. 

HEM.4.N Otis Averill New Preston, Ct. 

Charles Dexter Bacon Wakeman. 

Lorenzo Thomas Badies Gambler. 

John Reed Baker North Fairfield. 

John Hoyt Barnes Four Corners 

Seloy Andrew Bass... West Randolph, Vt. 

Walter Lewis Bates Topeka, Kan. 

James Albert Bede Oberlin. 

Horace Edwin Bell Shelby. 

James Elbert Blair Cortland. 

Lafayette Blair Cortland. 

CH.iRLES Chester Bonstel Oberlin. 

Walter Arthur Bonsor Oberlin. 

Cyrus Boswell Hope, Va. 

Herbert Boughton Oberlin. 

Hezekiah Fletcher Boyd Jellonay. 

William Henry Bregenzer Warrensville. 

John Edwin Bryan Solsbury, Ind. 

John Charles Bucklin Grand Rapids. 

Charles William Bunce Oberlin. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 29 



NAMES. RESIDEN'CES. 

Frank Ellsworth Burked Potterville, Mich. 

Charles Sumner Cahoon Avon. 

Robert H Callaway Ironton. 

SiMEo:* Pitt Carpenter Vermillion. 

David William Carter Oberlin. 

Wallace Eugene Carter Weston. 

Edward A. Cary Elyria. 

Alonzo W. Chapman Sheffield. 

Caius a. Chapman Huntington, 

Loren Prentiss Chapman Sheffield. 

Charles Chase Buel, N. Y. 

George Emery Church.. Dover, Mich. 

John Jones Cleaver Reeseville, Pa. 

Charles Frederick Cooper Mt. Vernon. 

True L Cragin La Grange. 

Sylvester Dustin Cushman Thompson, 111. 

Andrew Stray Deacon Harrisonville, Mo. 

Milton Henry DeLong Copley. 

Charles Wells Denison _ Greensburg. 

Delloraine Deforest Denman Sandusky. 

William F. Denman _ Wakeman. 

William Oswald Dipman ..Fremont. 

Daniel Dolsey Baton Rouge, La. 

Wallace Clinton Drake Sullivan. 

Arthur Loomer Dudley Oberlin. 

Louis Dunham Collamer. 

William Ezra Dunning Cony, Pa. 

Byron George Dutton Auburn. 

Josiah a. Bade Elizabeth, 111. 

Frederick Sears Eaton Oberlin. 

Jesse Edward Eddy Richville, N. Y. 

Harry Gilbert Edgerton Fremont. 

William Allen Eisenhour Fremont. 

William J. Elliott West Unity. 

Arthur Herbert Ellis EUiston 

Andrew J. Farrar Oberlin. 

David Crockett Fisher Oberlin. 

Elbert Fisher Four Corners. 

Thomas Frank Flowers - Oberlin. 

William Robert Fort - Burlington, N. Y. 

James Henry Garnbtt Oberlin. 



30 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. • RESIDEN-CES. 

DoNAi.D Francis Gibbs Oberlin. 

Gkohoe La VERNON GiLii — Oberlin. 

Frank Ricmiia' Graknis Oberlin. 

Arthur Hill Griffith Ricliville. 

Elbekt Greely Oberlin 

Arthur Hall - Selma, Ala. 

Andrew F. Harris ..Bloomingrville. 

John Haughey - Aledo, 111. 

William H. Highwarden Columbus. 

Harry Alexander Hill Middlebury, N.J. 

Frank Isaac Hinman Berea. 

Charles Hakpham Hoffner Havanna, Til. 

Truman Tennant Holcomb Oberlin. 

Edward L. Hotchkiss Oberlin. 

Bayard Taylor Houston Oberlin. 

Charles Fremont Hoyt Four Corners. 

Hubbard McKee Hoyt Four Corners. 

William Henry Ingersoll North Evans, N. Y. 

Harrison IsoN Massillon. 

Francis Joseph Jackson - Laporte. 

Frederick Henry Jackson Laporte. 

Lewis Henry Jansen Gal«ay, N. Y. 

William Reuben Johnson Avondale. 

Leonard Bishop Jones - Penfield. 

Amos Marvell Kent Genoa. 

Andrew Jones Kimbrough Indianapolis, Ind. 

Stanley B. Lafferty Oberlin. 

William Henry L.a.ndon Richmond. 

Frederick Lee Birmingham. 

Jero-me Napoleon Lee Florence. 

James Oliveh Lindsley Richmond. 

Ed.mund Lorain Loomis Scotch Ridge. 

Willia.m R. Lord Oberlin. 

Frank Wilbur Lutz Elmore. 

Walter Snow Marble ...South Cleveland. 

Arthur Festus Marsh Allegan, Mich. 

Sa.muel Allen McAlwee Brownsville, Tenn. 

Chaklks McDonald East Cleveland. 

Frank Elwood McKellogg North Fairfield 

George Washington McKinney Grenada, Miss. 

Dudley Allen Meacham Clay, Iowa 



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NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Benjamin Woodbury Minton Tontogany. 

Thomas Chalmers Morison Oberlin. 

Richard Mount Alexander. 

Henry Muckley Pierce. 

Fred Hunger Wakeman. 

John Henky Nickel, Fremont. 

Seth Courtley Niman Spring Mills. 

Henry Monroe Norton Elyria. 

James Nuby Oberlin. 

Myhom Dale Osborn Sandusky. 

John Conrad Paddock Oberlin. 

Salmon Pardee ■ Windham. 

Charles E. Park Oberlin. 

Cassius Clay Parker Ripley. 

John Franklin Parker 

Joseph Bartil Patrick North Solon. 

Charles Bennett Penfield Oberlin. 

William Henry Penn -- Burlington. 

Milton C. Phillips Royal ton, Wis 

Robert Alexander Pinn ..Massillon. 

George F Piper - Warren. 

Frank Howard Plummer Highland Park, 111. 

James K. Polk - Chicago, III. 

John F. Raker Delta. 

George Reber Sandusky. 

Alto P Reed ..North Fairfield. 

Calvin Reed Wakeman. 

George Billson Reeves Cleveland. 

Bert W. Richardson Cleveland. 

George Allen RowE Circleville. 

James W. Sanders Madison. 

William F. Sater Preston. 

Willis John Saxton Oberlin. 

Peter William Schaden Elyria. 

Lewis Scheier Cleveland. 

Jeremiah Schriver Leitersburg. 

Lewis Rogers Scott Wakeman. 

Perry Sherman Canaan. 

James Bedford Suoll Burlington, N. J. 

Hezekiah Shorter Lawrence, Kan. 

Sherman E. Simmons Steuben. 



82 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. RKSIDKNCES. 

James Porter Smead Madison. 

Joseph Cyrus Smith Fremont. 

Lauren Smith Nora. 

Michael Brooks Smith - Elyrla. 

Caia'-in Sot.ether - - Jerry City. 

Wilson Solkthek Jerry City. 

George Henry Souder Shelby. 

Alfred Lorenzo Squires Oberlin. 

Milton Gaylord Starr Penfleld. 

John Wallace Stevens — Pensacola, Fla. 

William Harvey Strong Oberlin. 

John Wilbur Swartz Beaver Falls, Pa. 

Eugene Merrifield Sweet Avon. 

Walter li. Talbot Westville. 

George Washington Taylor New Alexander, Pa. 

George William Tennant Kipton. 

Selden David Tennant Kipton. 

Irving Terrell North Eaton. 

Albekt Wallace Terry Wakeman. 

Albert Joseph Thrasher Burton. 

John Htnman Truesdale Pottsville, N. Y. 

John Henry Tuttle North Amherst. 

George William Van Blarcum Tontogany. 

John Jay Vaughan Litchfield. 

Lewis Wendell Vaughn Oberlin. 

James Buchanan Wack Oberlin. 

Richland AVallace Copper Falls, Mich. 

Champion James Waring Post Mills. 

David Lucas Watson Detroit, Mich. 

Avernon Lester Wheeler Shelby. 

Frank Everett White Wickliffe. 

John Oscar White Oberlin. 

Charles William Whitmobe Tontogany. 

Edmund Mould Whitney Pittsfleld. 

Fred Clark Whitney Chicago 

Robert Sanford Whitney Oberlin. 

Frank Nelson Wilcox Brecksville. 

Frank Williams Oberlin. 

William A. Williamson Lincoln, 111. 

Don Bertrand Wilmot st. Paul, Minn. 

RuFus Nathaniel Wilson Oberlin. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 33 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Fhank Leslte Wikchester Cambridge, Ta. 

Louis B. Winsob Hillsdale, Mich. 

Andrew Witherup Richville, N. T. 

Fred Wood Florence. 

David T. Wi'att Mount Pleasant. 

Harlan Page Zimmerman Cherubusco, Ind. 

Gentleivien 194 



LADIES. 

Jennie Augusta Adams Huron. 

Emma Vincent Alexander Grand Haven, Mich. 

Sarah Emma Atwater South Cleveland. 

Alice Racon Huron. 

Margaret Bacon Obeilin. 

Julia May B.vknard Oberlin. 

Cora Barney Wakeman. 

Katie Baum New Philadelphia. 

Louise Uazcn Oberlin. 

Eva .Vkabelle Beebe Point Maible Head 

Ada Sophia Bill Worth, Pa. 

Mary Henrietta Bohn Warrensville. 

LucixDA Melvina Boles Hrccksville. 

Julia Catherine Booth Corpus Christ i. Tex. 

Rachel Lucinda Bowman Massillon. 

Annie M. Bowser Kansas City, Mo. 

Jennie Boyd Jelloway. 

Mary A DELLA Bradley Bangkok, Siara. 

Eliza Maria Breck Brecksville. 

L.4URA Curry Brooks Knoxvi.le, Tenn. 

EmmaGeorgetta Brown Oberlin. 

Claris Bryan Salsberry, Tnd. 

Calista Emily Butler Spring Valley. 

Sarah Anna Butson Oberlin 

AlidaDeet Canfield Cleveland 

Carrie Eliza Carle Greenwich. 

Nettie Amelia Carpenter La Porte. 

Hattie Inez Chadwick Falrport, N. Y. 

Belle Esther Chamberlain Chicago, 111. 

3 . 



34 



ODER LIN COLLEGE. 



NAME*. RESIDENCES. 

Mauy Adei.l CniTBU Dover. 

Car II IE Ann Ci.app Huntsburg. 

Ei.LA Elizv Clakk rerca. 

EuMA Amelia Ci,emans North Dover. 

Ella Clixe Greenwich. 

ELiZADF.Tir Axx CociiiJAX Twinsbtifg. 

Helen Louise Colb Sparta, Wis. 

Mary .Alice Collieu 0\va?so, Mich. 

Faxxie iAfAHiA COMPTOX Collamer. 

IIaxxaii Eliza be I h Coxdit DeerDeld, Mich. 

Mautoa Coxdit Tontogany. 

Maroarett nuriTON CowLES Jefferson. 

Ella Platt Coxhead Oakland, Cal. 

MixxiE Gray Coxhead Oakland, Cal. 

Laura Fikield Cozexs C nneant. 

Mary Caroline Creegan Lincoln, Neb. 

Margaret Anna Crowley Romeo, Mich. 

Mary Edith Davis Dublin 

Edith May Dayton Penfleld 

Neitie IIelex Dkake Suliiv n 

AnELixE .MixERVA Dresser Schuyler, Neb. 

AxNA Isabel Dugot. Oberlin 

Deeta Charlotte Edwards Hornellsville, N. Y. 

Julia A x.vA Edwards Hornellsville, N. V. 

^''^"^' ELf'^s C^^.,„^ 

E.M.MA luEXE Erxsberger Watervlite. 

Anna Luella Ferguson Oberlin 

Helen Loretta Ferguson Oberlin. 

IDA LuRANiA Field 0\.^^\\^. 

JKNN.E FINNEY Peo,in,iII. 

Laura Susan Ford Dover. 

E.V.MA Ormsby Forman Braceville. 

Jenx.e Edith FREEMAN Qh^vWr.. 

FLORE.XCEEUGEXIAGAGE Olmstead. 

INEZ ISORA GATES Middlefleld. 

Martha WASHINGTON GiFFORD Wellington. 

Agnes Clys.^ia Goss ,,. ,. 

Oberlin. 

Lizzie Gurney ^, 

Chester. 

Myka Adell Hale. ^, ,. 
Oberlin. 

Emma Hand.. 

Albany, N Y. 

Emma Fraxces Hart... r, • , . 

Brighton. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 35 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Ellen Serexa IIaskins Canaan. 

Julia Emma IIaycox East Cleveland. 

Mary Rose Heller Marion. 

LiDA Ann Hilton Sandusky. 

Sarah H.^ttie Hine Berlin Heights. 

Harriet Louise Hinman llavenna. 

Harhikt Eldhada Hoffner Vermillion. 

Erie A. Hogg Heno, Pa. 

Lizzie F. Holland Cliicaso. 111. 

Emma Adell Holman Toledo. 

Florence Arvillia Holmes Kenton. 

Jennie Hossler Greenwich. 

Cora Lillian Howard 

Eva Kipp Howe Hillsboro. 

Eliza Julia Hubbard Avon. 

Jennie LiND Hunter Charlestown. 

Sarah Ann Jackson Eaton. 

Ida Belle Johnson Bipley. 

Emma Judd Oberlin. 

Ida May Kelley Crawfordsville, Ind. 

Carrie Earl Kingsbury Oberlin. 

Minnie Kinsinger Oberlin. 

Jennie Koch Oberlin. 

Eveline S. Lampson Jasper, N. Y. 

Hattie Leach.... Traverse City. Mich. 

Anna Delight Linton Nelson. 

Lizzie Augusta Loomis Syracuse, N. Y. 

Carrie Amanda Luc.a.s Marion. 

Stella Luella Lym.a.n Richfleld. 

Etta Maxdeville - Camden. 

Agnes Mary McLain Chicago, 111. 

Mary McClelland Russia. 

Charlotte Alice Mead Greenwicli. 

Nellie Anna Mead Fayettcville, N. Y. 

Ella Irene Merwi>j Oberlin. 

Ida Louise Miller , Grant City, Iowa. 

OLtVE Phelps Miller Grant City. Iowa. 

Laura M. Mixier Oberlin. 

Elizabeth Celia Moles Pittsburg, Pa. 

Mary Marcella Moles Pittsburg, Pa. 

Cora Belle Moon Avon. 



3G O BERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMFS. RESIDENXES. 

Frankie Morse Oberlin. 

Laura Elnoka Mosheu Brighton. 

Frances Frederica Munson Reno, Pa. 

Lacra Ellen Myers Elmore. 

Katie Ann Nichols Twinsburg. 

Eliza Gertrude NOTTiNcnAsi Eastville, Va. 

Mary Mina Nowlen Braceville. 

Eva May Oakes BrccksvUle, 

Jennie .Marie O'Reillev Maiysville. 

Ella Palmer FitcLville. 

Mary IIelkn Parker Marine City, Mich. 

Jexnie Pato.v Almont, Midi. 

Margaret Paton Almont, Mich. 

Edith Uosabell I eabody Heniietta. 

Mary ( owles Pen field Oberlin. 

Ida Amelia Pierce Walieman 

Alma Lovina Uadcmffe Brighton. 

Louis.v Foults Uaney Raymonc', Wis 

Anna M. Reed Vermillion. 

Eliz V Lavinia Reed Macedonia. 

IIarhiet Elizabeth Reed StrongsviJIe. 

Eloise RoBBt.NS La Grange. 

.\NNA Roberts Waverly. 

Ella Roe Madison. 

T'liKBE JfARY RoLLiNSON Oberlin. 

Jennie KosEijOROUGn Burlington. 

Mary Noistmy Rowe Lacha. 

Nellie Malvina IIowley _ Lorain. 

Emma L. Schofield Waupelio, Iowa. 

Harriet Elizvbetu Schriveb Merseilies. 

Eliza Frances Scott BloomfleW, Mo. 

Emma Scott Kussuth, Iowa. 

Mary Elizvbeth Scott MansQeld. 

Florence Searles Klpton Station. 

Dotha Clarissa Seymour Rootstown. 

Dency Diana Sn.\w t^hawville. 

Alice Sophronia Sheldon Whittlesey. 

Della Sarah Sibley Napoli, N. Y. 

Ida Elt.en Sibley Napoli, N. Y. 

Maggie Slagle Kenton. 

EllaMaySmith Garrettsvllle. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 37 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Ida May Sxow Brecksville. 

Anna Henrietta Sprixoborn CuUamer. 

Cora Maria Squire Oberlin. 

Ida Harriet Stowe Braceville. 

Minnie Louisa Strattox New York City. 

Charlotte Taylor Pleasant villo. 

Chloe Mary Taylor Elyiia. 

MiNA .Mary Texnant Kipton. 

Ada Estelle Thomas Clarksfield. 

Mary Ella Thompson Shawville. 

Celia Allur.v Titus Volnoy, Iowa. 

Laura Em.ma Truesd.vi.l Four Corners. 

Louise Eugenia Truesdall Four Corners. 

K.A.CHAEL Vance L'uflalo, N. Y. 

Nellie Louisa Van Tyne Cincinnati. 

II.vttie Edn.\ Warneu Tontogany. 

SoPHi.v COR.\. Wehr.meister IJrownhelin. 

Margaret Diantiia Wells Claiidon 

Minnie Welsh Elyria. 

Alice Carey West Oberlin. 

Flora Elizabeth Whedon Oberlin. 

Agnes White Willousliby. 

Henrietta Amelia White Henrietta. 

Id.v Jennie White Wellington. 

LiLLtE White Willoughby. 

Fr.xnkie Adelia Whitney Pittslleld. 

Sarah Ann Wilcox Oberlin. 

DL.i^NCHE Dellzetta WILLIAMS Corry, Pa. 

Lizzie Wood Brownhelm. 

Julia Ann Woodson Berlin. 

Stella Susan Wright Oberlin. 

Jennie Matilda Wyeth New Way. 

Amanda Jane Young Independence, Mo. 

Ladies 185 



FACULTY. 



JAMES II. KAIKCniLD, President. 

FENELON B. EICE, Dirkctor. 

CALVIN B. CADY. WILLIAM B. CIIAMDERLAIX. FRANK M. DAVIS. 

L. CELE3TIA WATTLES. KOSA D. ALLEN. 



STUDENTS. 



GENTLEMEN. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

George W. Andrews Oberlin. 

NEwroN E I5ACON Colebrook, 

OviATT P. Baubour Traer, Iowa 

ORtN Baknett Leroy, III. 

BoiavAR K. BEAcn Pittsfleld. 

Ernest W. Blake North Amherst. 

Lyman W. Burr Oberlin. 

Orin B. Cady Oberlin. 

Edwahd A. Cary Elyria. 

Clarence W Cook Sandwich Islands. 

Georgk .M Cook oberlin. 

Walter F. Cranston Broad wa}-. 

Charles E. Davis Dublin. 

S. Lewis Dunham Collamer. 

GkorqeDuhand Rochester, Minn. 

LoniNQ L. Geer East Springfield, Pa. 

Ezra Gesaman North Lawrence. 

George Gksaman Noith Lawrence. 

Geohge S. Griffetii Castlfton, N. Y. 

Charles M. Hall Oberlin. 

Frank S. IIaijder Castleton. N. Y. 



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NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

EvEUTO.v It. Houston Olivesburg. 

Andrew L. Howard Kingsville. 

Owen Jexkixs Obcrlin. 

Herbert D. Laffertv Obcrlin. 

Stanley B. Laffeuty Oberlin. 

RuDOi.pn Lettzingeu I'leasantville, Towa. 

Charles L Lewis Ottawa, 111. 

Frank C. Lowing Centre Roads, Pa. 

Charles B. Martin Oberlin. 

Charles L. Massey Osborne. 

Frank W. Mattoon Shelby. 

WiLDtu S. Metcalf Elyria. 

Harry P. Meyers rhiladeli)hia, Pa. 

Julian C. Moore Toledo, 

Charles W. Morrison Buena Vista. 

George Morse Haspoit, N. Y. 

Fred J. Owen New York Ci'y. 

Hobart K i'AiNTER Oberlin. 

John F. Peck.: Oberlin. 

Evan J. Phillips Paris. 

Milton C. Phillips Koyalton, Wis. 

George F. Piper Warren. 

Andrew J. Raber.. AVoluottvilJp, Tnd. 

Charles B. Reid -. Van Wert. 

Charles B. Rice Greensburg. 

Willaud a. Sawyer Mentor, 

John C. Scheffler Wolcottville, Ind. 

RU.5SELL D. SiLVERTHouNE :. Fairview, Pa. 

Ja.mes W. Small Aurora, 111. 

EfGENE M. Sweet .^von. 

Louis it. Swift Russia. 

Nathan C. Underhill New London. 

Washinqton C. Whitsiull B.ookn>ild, Pa. 

Charles W. Whitmore Tontogany. 

Mills Whittlesey Roineford, Ct. 

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40 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



LADIES. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

A.Jennie Adams Huron. 

riATTiE I Alexander Cleveland. 

Nettie S. Am.en Oberlin. 

n. LiLi.iE Anderson Obeilin. 

MiTTiE W. Andrews Hudson, N. Y. 

Mary E. Ames Clyde. 

Florence E. B.acon Oberlin. 

Jessie L. Bacon Oberlin. 

Maggie J. Bacon Oberlin. 

Nina II. Bacon Obeilin. 

Or A O. Baker Mansfleld. 

Emma E. Buiber Chaarin Falls. 

Jui.iA y[. Bahnard Oberlin. 

Eva K. Bauxey Clyde. 

Sakah M. Barrows Oberlin. 

India E. 15 ell Oberlin. 

Willi vNNA Bench ley Houston, Tex. 

Florence M. Bensciioten Florence. 

Alice Bentley Geneva. 

Mary E. Bigelow Beea. 

Maud M. Boise Leroy. 

Nellie L. Branch Grand Ledge. Mich. 

Hattie a. Buigham Wauseon. 

Sarah E Brooks... Dunkirk, N. Y. 

Carrie Brown Oberlin. 

Claris Bryan Solsberry, Ind. 

Hattie L. Beiy'ant Vermillion. 

Mary E. Bushnell Oberlin. 

Mary E. Buss Creston, 111. 

Calista E. Butler Oberlin. 

Mary E. Campbell Kipton. 

Nerva E. Carlin Findlay. 

Mary B. Carter Columbus. 

Carrie L Case Klngsville. 

Laura E. Case Plymouth. 

Eva J. Ceas Oberlin. 

IlATriE I. Cfiadwick Fairport, N. Y. 

Janettb Chaffee Tippecanoe. 



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NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Belle E. Chambehlain Chicago, 111. 

Eva Chase Oberlin. 

Ella Cbatfield Oberlin. 

Nora T. Church Elyria. 

Ella D. Churchill Oberlin. 

Anxa M. Clark Berea, Ky. 

Mary D. Clark Kavenna. 

Mattie L. Clark Oberlin. 

Mary E. Cochrane Ripley, N. Y. 

Zella Colemax West Williiimsfleld. 

Mary A. Collier Owasso, Mich. 

MixxiE B. CoLLixs Shannon, 111. 

Cora B. Cottox Sheffield. 

Maiiy E. Cox Oberlin. 

Ella P. Coxhead Oakland, C<il. 

Faxxie M. Chough Gahvay, N. Y. 

MixxiE E. Crouch Galway, N. Y. 

Mary E. Crozieii Wellington. 

DOLLIE L. Culp Oberlin. 

Martha J. Cutter Hennepin, 111. 

Mary E. Curtis - Ashland. 

AxxA Dascomb Oberlin. 

Mame E, Davis Dublin. 

Belle S. De Yo Oberlin. 

Rosa B. Dicksox Independence, Iowa 

Adalixe M. Dresser Schuyler, Neb. 

Mame C. Eatox Norwalk. 

Nellie A. Eddy North Canton. 

Martha F. Edwards East Rockport. 

COROLYN E. Eldred Olmstcd. 

IlATTiE Elliott Le Grange. 

LiLLiE M. Ellis Oberlin. 

Kittie EwiNO Randolph, N. Y. 

HORTEXSE J. Farrar London. 

Jessie E. Fay New London. 

Abbie M. Field Oberlin. 

Sarah C. Fisher St. Clair, Mich. 

Jexnie M. Frixk Sullivan. 

Ida a. Gibbs Oberlin. 

Ella J. Gilchrist Oberlin. 

Edith A. Gipsox Plymouth. 



42 O BERLIN COLLEGE. 



K'AMES. RESIDENCES. 

Jennie L. Green North RIoonilleld. 

KiTTiE I. Guile Owasso, Mich. 

Ida M. Hauden Cleveland. 

Emma D. Hall .Oberlin. 

Julia D. Hall Ubeiliii. 

May C. Hall rreedom Station. 

Fannie S. Hammond Andover, Mass. 

Delia E. HAiiitis Evansville, Wis. 

Annie E. FIakteh Crawfordsville, Ind. 

Geougie Hauvey Meroni, Ind. 

Kate II. Hathaway Chardnn. 

Nellie E. Hawley Mankato, Minn. 

Julia E. IIaycdx East Cleveland. 

Mauy It IlELLEit Marion. 

Jennie Henry Oberlin. 

Ella Hershey Doylestown. 

Idella V. IIiGQiNS Oberlin. 

Eva Hill Windsor. 

LuEi.LA Hill Silver Creek, N. Y. 

Sarah II. Hine Berlin Heights. 

Mary E. Holman St. Louis, Mo. 

Mary H. Holmden Cleveland. 

Anna M. Hopper Grand nianc, .Mich. 

Alice M Hoppin South Haven, Mich. 

Agnes Howard Wauseon. 

Cora L. Howard Faribault, Minn. 

Emma Howard Newton FalU. 

Ida U. Howe Elyria. 

Ida M. Hull Sandusky. 

Laura C. Humphrey Braceville. 

Ella A. Jewett Oberlin. 

Belle I. Johnson Ripley. 

Mary C. Johnson Oberlin. 

Ulie \\ Johnson Elyria. 

Genevra E. Johnston Marion. 

Ida j. Jones...., La Grange. 

IVAH L. Jones Orangeville. 

Ida M. Kelley Crawfordsvilh", Ind. 

Emma J. Kellogg Ashland. 

Lepra A. Kelsey Oberlin. 

LiNA Ki.Nsi.vGER Oberlin. 



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NAMES. RESIDEN'CES. 

Minnie Kinsinqer Oberlin. 

Joanna B. Kmng Plymouth. 

Jennie L. Koch Oberlin. 

Emma E. Laycox Chestervllle. 

Ai.TA M. Lafferty Oberlin. 

Sadie Laubie Salem. 

IIattie Leach Traverse City, Mich. 

Blanche Lee .-. Poland. 

Josie a. Lee New London. 

Clara A. Lewis Owasso, Mich. 

Mary L Lockerman Mayfleld. 

May C. Lowing Summit, Pa. 

Carrie A. Lucas Marion. 

Hattie S. Lyon Salem. 

Etta F. McClelland Oberlin. 

Cora McCombs New Lyme. 

LoA B. McCracken Chestervllle. 

Ella C. McDonald Salem. 

Grace G. McKinley Jamestown, Pa. 

Ella l\. Manley Oheilin. 

Bella E. Mann Oberlin. 

Lizzie P. Mattison Oberlin. 

Nellie A. Mead Fayetteville, N. Y. 

Oricy V. Mead Medina. 

Emma V. Metcalf Spiingfleld, Mo. 

Ida L. Millku Grant City, Iowa. 

Olive P. Miller Grant City, Iowa. 

Alice J. Minton - Tontogany. 

Mary C. Monroe Oberlin. 

A HIS Moon, Oberlin. 

Jessie Moon Oberlin. 

Celia Morfoot < berlin. 

Laura E. Myers Elmore. 

Ella Palmer Fitchville. 

Eva M Park Oberlin. 

Ada M. Parker LiverpooL 

Mary H Parker Marine City. Mich. 

KiTTiE M. Pariiely Dayton. 

Ida Parmenter Vermontville, Mich. 

Maggie A. Paton Almont, Mich. 

Emma O. Patterson Cleveland. 



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NAMHS. RKSIDHNCES. 

Mahy C. Pexfield Oberlin. 

Cornelia B. Phei.ps Lodi. 

EsTELLB E. Phelps Cljde. 

JiTHA E. Place North Falrfleld. 

Helen L. Poe Ravenna. 

Kate E. Katiimell De Graff, 

Ella A. Reed Grcensburfr. Ind. 

Amelia N. Heed Obeilin. 

Maky L Kegal Oberlin. 

IIattxe p. Reynolds Oberlin. 

Ida M. Riddle Waiiseon. 

Ei.oise Robbixs La Grange. 

Angie E. Robertson Greenville, Pa. 

Ella L. Roe Madison. 

II. Lizzie Rood oberlin. 

Kate A. RosEiiRucn Ambny. Hi. 

Annie R Rupp Buoyrus. 

Caiuuk 0. St. .loiiN Obeilin. 

Z.xTELLA M. St. John Morgan. 

A. Frankie Sa.mpson Pcnfleld. 

Bertua ScnEiDLER Cleveland. 

Emm.v L. ScnoFiELD Wapello, Iowa. 

E.mma Scott Kossu h, Iowa. 

Laur.v E. Seaver Ashtabula. 

Clara F. Sherman Elyria. 

Cora Shriver De Graff. 

Edna A. Smith Toledo. 

Fannie L. Smith Romeo, Mich. 

Henrietta J. Smith Worthington, Minn. 

Laura C. Smith Adams' Mills. 

Mary E. Smith Romeo, Mich. 

Clorinda M. Speau Aurora, 111. 

Cora M. Squire Oberlin. 

Lorksta Stambaugh Sharpsville, Pa. 

Emma E. Starr Bryan. 

Marcia Stewart Colorado Springs, Col. 

Lucy P. Stiles "Warren. 

Mary F.Stone Hillsdale, Mich. 

Nellie C. Stone Sandusky. 

IDAH Stowe : Braceville. 

Lottie B. Taylor Pleasantville, Pa. 



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NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Ada E. Thomas Hartland. 

Helen H. Tinker Oberlin. 

Lou M. Tracy Manslleld. 

CORINNE M. TUCKERMANN Austillburg. 

Florence S. Tuckermann Austinburg. 

Lillian A. Tuckermann Austinburg. 

L. Senora Twichell Pulaski, N. T. 

Emma Vaile Kokomo, Ind. 

Lillie A. VanGorder New London. 

Lottie J. Viets Oberlin. 

Bertha E. Waite Marseilles, III. 

Della Waite Eddytown. 

Ella F. Webster lied Winfr, Minn. 

Etta >r. Webster Red Win?, Jlinn. 

Della J. Wells Claridon. 

Nellie C. Wheeler Butler, Mo. 

Ida L Whitney Obeilin. 

L. Lottie AVilbor Oberlin. 

Stella H. Wilcox -. Uiclifleld. 

Panola A. Wilcutt - Oberlin. 

Blanche D. Williams Corry. Pa. 

Carrie Wilson Ccntreville, Pa. 

Ida A. Wilson Milan. 

Jennie M. AVoodworth Collins. 

JosiE L. Woodworth WilliarasOeld. 

Abbie n. WooLWORTH Saudusky. 

Alice L. Wooster Wellington. 

Carrie E. Wright Oberlin. 

Sada a Yost Saegerstown, Pa. 

Amanda J. Young Independence, Mo. 

Ladies 232 




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I. DEPARTMENT OF THEOLOGY. 

Resident Graduates 1 

Seniors 14 

Middles 13 

Juniors 24 

II, DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY AND THE ARTS. 

1. CLASSICAL AND SCIENTIFIC COURSE. 

Seniors 31 

Juniors 31 

Sophomores 43 Gentlemen 129 

Freshmen 43 Ladies 18 

3. LITERARY COURSE. 

Fourth Year 23 

Tliird Year 35 

Second Year 37 

lirst Year 51 

145 

3. IN SELECT STUDIES. 



147 



CG 



Gentlemen 37 

Ladies 29 

III. DEPARTMENT OF PREPARATORY INSTRUCTION. 
1. CLASSICAL SCHOOL. 

Seniors 05 

Middles 09 Gentl men 237 

Juniors 110 Ladles 13 

250 

2. ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

Gentlemen 194 

Ladies 185 

379 

IV. CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC. 

Gentlemen 56 

Ladies 3;j3 

- — 288 

Total , 132G 

Deducting tho8c reckoned twice 110 

Whole Niimlier of Gentleman ...043 

Whole Number of Ladies .568 

Corrected Total 1216 




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DHPARTMENT OF TFIEOLOGY. 



The Department of Theology is cksiguecl, primarily, to prepare young 
men for tlie Christian ministry. Any othei's ^vbo desire the advantages of 
theological study are received to its classes on such terms as the Faculty may 
prescribe. 

Applicants for admission to the Regular Course are expected to furnish 
satisfactory evidence of moral character, and of such scholarship as will enable 
them successfully to pursus this cours?. Students from other Theologica' 
Seminaries are admitted, ad eundem, on presenting a regular dismission ; and 
persons may be admitted to advanced standing in any of the classes on satis- 
factory examination in the studies already pursued by these daeses. 

The Terms and Vacations are the sams in all Departments of the College, 
and will be found vx the Calendar. 

Council Hall, the building devoted to the exclusive uses of this Depart- 
ment, provides complete!}^ furnished rooms for about fifty students, with no 
charge for room rent, and but a small incidental fee. In assigning these 
rooms the preference will always be given to those who have the work of 
the ministiy in view. Students in Theology incur no expense for tuition, for 
the use of the library or of public rooms. Other expenses will vary according 
to the peisonal habits and tastes of each student. 

Aid is afforded by the American and the Ohio Education Societies to 
such students as are preparing for the ministry. The Seminary has also a 
special fund for the aid of students, from which several may receive a 
partial support. 

The Classical and English Schools furnish emplo^-ment for experienced 
teachers, at reasonable compensation. After the completion of the first 
term of th3 middle year students are permitted to supply vacant pulpits in 
the vicinity, as the opportunity may offer. During the Winter Vacation all 
the students may engage in preaching or other religious work, as Churches or 
Home Missionary Societies may call for their services. "With reasonable 
prudence and economy any student may piu-sue his course without inter- 
ruption or embarrassment. 

Candidates for admission to the Junior Class must present evidence of 
graduation from some College, or of such scholarship as will enable them 



48 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 

to enter upon the course with profit. Those ^vho do not bring a Diploma 
will be specially examined in Greek, English and Rhetoric, Modern History, 
Mental and Moral Philosophy. 

JUNIOR YEAR. 

Hebrew— Elements and Exegesis; Greek— Harmony of the Gospels; Natural 
Theology; History; Honiiletics; Elocution; especial prominence being given 
to the Departments of Greek and Hebrew Exegesis. 

MIDDLE YEAR. 

Revealed Theology; Honiiletics ; History; Exegesis of Selections from 
the New Testament, with Lectures in Biblical Theology; Exegesis of Selec- 
tions from the Old Testament, with Lectures on the Mespianic Prophecies and 
Biblical Introduction; Elocution; especial prominence being given to the 
Department of Systematic Theology. 

SENIOR YEAR. 

Hi>tory and Positive Institutions ; Homiletics and Pastoral Theology ; 
Exegesis of Selections from the New Testament, with Lectures; Exegesis of 
Selections from the Old Testament, with Lectures; Elocution; especial promi- 
nence being given to the Departments of Homiletics and History. 

LECTURES. 

Siiccial Courses of Lectures are provided for upon Modern Skepticism, 
Church Polity, Prophecy and other subjects. 

Rhetorical Exeijcises, consisting of the reading of original essays, the 
delivery of original addresses, written and unwritten, and the extemporaneous 
discussion of questions occur weekly, in which the members of all the classes 
pai-ticipate in succession. Special prominence is given to extemporaneous 
siieakiug. or the delivery of thoughts prepared but not written and committed 
to memory. 

Some are plainly called to the work of the ministry who have not had 
the advantage of a classical education, and for special reasons are not able 
to acquire it. These will be admitted to the Department and permitted to 
take the Regulai- Course, with the exception of the Hebrew and Greek Exe- 
gesis, provided they are found, on examination, to be capable of doing so 
with profit. The same general preparation is expected of this class of students 
as is required of those who enter the Regular Course, Gi-eek excepted. 

Instruction in Biblical Exegesis as a substitute for the Hebrew and 
Greek of the Regular Course will be provided. 

Ui)on the completion of the coiu-sc thus modified, students will receive 
the usual Diploma of the Dcpai-tment, Avilhout a Degree. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 49 



DEPARTMENT OP PHILOSOPHY AND THE ARTS. 



CLASSICAL AND SCIENTIFIC COURSE. 

Candidates for admission to the Freshman Class are examined in the 
common English Branches: the Grammar of the Latin and Gr(!ek Languages; 
Cissar, one Book ; Sallust's Catiline ; four of Cicero's Select Orations ; Virgil's 
^neid, five Books; Harkness' Latin Prose Composition, Parts First and 
Second ; Xenophon's Anabasis, three Books ; Homer's Iliad, two Books ; 
Olney's School Algebra, or an equivalent ; Plane Geometry ; Ancient History ; 
English Analysis: History of the United States: and Alden's Science of 
Government. 

Candidates for a higher standing are examined in the same, and also in the 
studies previously pursued by the class to which they desire admission. 

No admission to the Senior class is allowed later than the beginning of the 
second term. 

Elective Studies.— During the Sophomore and Junior and the first term of 
the Senior years, four studies are assigned to each term. Each student is 
required to elect thi-ee of these. 

The Annual Examinations for admission to College for 1876, will occur 
July 24th, 25th and 26th ; also September 5th, at 9 o'clock, in No. 18 
Society Hall. 

FRESHMAN CLASS. 

First Term Livy _ Stuart. 

Xenophon's Memorabilia Robbins. 

Greek Prose Composition. 

Algebra Ohiey. 

Second Term Horace "- ..Chase. 

Thucydides. 

Greek Prose Composition. 

Solid and Spherical Geometry Olney. 

Third Term Cicero's De Senectute - - Crowell. 

Herodotus Mather. 

German Whitney. 

Plane and Spherical frigonometry Olney. 

SOPHOMORE CLASS. 

First Term Cicero and Tacitus. 

Homer's Odyssey — Merry. 

German Whitney. 

General Geometry and Calculus Olney. 



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Second Term Furipides' Medea Allen. 

Kreiich Robertson . 

Mechanics Olmsted. 

Evidences of Christianity — Rhetoric. 
Third Term Sophocles' ffidipus 'I'yrannus White. 

German, 

Natural Philosophy Olmsted. 

Botany Gray. 

JDNIOll CLASS. 

First Term Juvenal and Plautus. 

German. 

Astronomy Olmsted. 

Logic Jevon. 

Second Term Demosthenes' De Corona Holmes. 

Descriptive Geometry and Mechanical Drawing. 

Chemistry — Lectures. 

Zoology Nicholson. 

Third Term Tacitus' History. 

Civil Engineering and Navigation. 

Butler's Analogy — Lectures on Modern History. 

Chemistry — Lectures. 

SENIOR CLASS. 

First Term Plato's Phsedo Wagner. 

i\Ienlal Philosophy Porter. 

Mineralogy and Blowpipe Analysis — Lectures and Lab- 
oratory Tractice. 

Physiology — Lectures. 
Second Term Geology Dana. 

Mental Philosophy— Lectures. 

English Literature Bascom. 

Moral Philosophy Fairchild. 

Third Term English Literature— Rhetoric Eascom. 

Political Economy Mill. 

Lectures on Art. 

LITERARY COURSE. 



Candidates for admission to the First year arc examined in English Gram- 
mar and Analysis; Arilhnu'tir; ; Ohiey's School Algebra, or an equivalent; 
Latin Grammar and Latin Reader; Harkncss' Latin Prose Composition, Part 
First ; History of the United States and Geography; Biblical Antiquities. 

Candidates for advanced classes will be examined in the previous studies 
of the course. 



.Olney. 



FIRST YEAR. 
First Term Algebra 

Csesar Stuart. 

Physical Geography. 
Linear Drawing. 



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Second Term Geometry OIney. 

Cicero's Orations Stuart. 

History of Rome Smith. 

Third Term Geometry Olney. 

Cicero's Orations Stuart. 

Science of Government Alden. 

SECOND YEAR. 
First Term Plane and tpherical Trigonometry Olney. 

Virgil Chase. 

Outlines of History Freeman. 

Second Term Mechanics Olmsted. 

French or Virgil. 

Evidences of C hristianity — Rhetoric. 
Third Term Botany Gray. 

French or Sallust. 

Natural Philosophy ...Olmsted. 

THIRD YEAR. 
First Term Astronomy .. Olmsted. 

German Whitney. 

Logic Jevon. 

Second Term Chemistry — Lectures. 

Zoology Nicholson. 

German Whitney. 

Third Term Butler's Analog^' — Lectures on Modern History. 

German. 

Analysis of English Classics. 

FOURTH YEAR. 

First Ter.m Mental Philosophy Porter. 

Physiology — Lectures. 

History of Civilization. Guizot. 

Second Term Mental Philosophy — English Literature. 

Moral Philosophy Fairchild. 

Geologj' Dana. 

Third Ter.m Political Economy Mill. 

Lectures on Art. 

English Literature— Rhetoric. 



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O BERLIN COLLEGE. 



DKPARTMKNT Ul- l^REPARATORY INSTRUCTION. 



CLASSICAL SCHOOL. 

The Classical Preparatory School is under the same general supervision 
witli tlie other Departments, and under the immediate direction and manage- 
ment of tlie Principal. The members of this tSchool are subject to the same 
regulations as other students in the College. It is designed to prepare students 
foi- tlie Classical and Scientific Course in the Department of Philosophy and 
the :\j'ts. 

The Senior and Middle Classes are taught by the Principal and Tutors ; the 
Junior Class by teachers selected from the students in Theology and the higher 
Classes in Philosophy and the Arts. 

To enter the Junior Class, students will be examined in English Grammar 
tiirough Syntax, Arithmetic through Percentage, and the Elements of Geogra- 
phy. Candidates for a higher standing will be examined in the studies 
previously pursued by the class to which they desire admission. 

JUNIOR CLASS. 
FiKST Term. Latin Grammar and Reader commenced Harkness. 

English Grammar Harvey. 

Geography Col ton. 

Second Term Latin Reader Harkness. 

English Analysis Greene. 

Arithmetic... White. 

Third Term Latin Reader completed Harkness. 

Latin Prose Composition to Part II Harkness. 

United States History.. Anderson. 

Elocution _• Nat'l Fifth Reader. 

MIDDLE CLASS. 
First Term Caesar, one Book ..Stuart. 

Latin Prose Composition to Lesson 54 Harkness. 

Greek (irammar Hadley. 

Science of Government Alden. 

Second Term Cicero, two Orations Stuart. 

Latin Prose Composition to Lesson 68 Harkness.- 

Greek, Grammar and Anabasis Uoise. 

History of Rome _ Smith. 

Third Term Cicero, two Orations Stuart. 

Latin Prose Composition to Part HI Harkness. 

Anabasis Boise. 

History of Greece Smith. 

SENIOR CLASS. 

First Term Virgil, two Books Chase. 

Anabasis Boise. 

Algebra Olney. 



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Second Term. ...Virgil, three Books Chase. 

Anabasis completed Boise 

Greek Prose Composition Boise. 

Algebra Olney. 

Thikd Term Sallust's Conspiracy of Catiline Chase and Stuart. 

Homer's Iliad, two Books Boise. 

Plane Geometry _ Olney. 

Other text books than those specified are not allowed iu the recitation 
room. Lessons in the English Bible and Rhetorical Exercises weekly, through 
the course. 

ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

The English Pbepaeatoky School is under the same general supervision 
Avith the other Departments, and under the inmiediate direction and management 
of the Principal. The members of this School are subject to the same regula- 
tions as other students in the College. It is especially designed to prepare 
students for the Literary Course in the Department of Philosophy and the Arts. 
All the English branches are taught in this School usually taught in High 
Schools and Academies. No students are admitted who have not advanced as 
far as Fractions iu Arithmetic. 

The classes are taught by the Principal and Tutors, and by teachers 
selected from the students in Theology and the higher Classes in Philosophy 
and the Arts. 

To enter the Senior Class, students will be examined in English Grammar 
through Syntax, Ailthmetic and Geography. 

SENIOR CLASS. 
First Term Algebra Olney. 

Latin Grammar commenced. Harkness. 

Latin Reader.. Harkness. 

Biblical Antiquities Nevin. 

Skconi5 Term Algebra Olney. 

Latin Reader Harkness. 

English Analysis Greene. 

Third Term Algebra Olney. 

Latin Reader completed Harkness. 

Latin Prose Composition, to Part II Harkness. 

United States History Anderson. 

Classes are organized each term in the following studies : 

Arithmetic — Ray's Third Part, two classes. 
White's, complete, two classes. 
Grammar — Harvey's, three classes: Greene's Analysis. 
Geografhy — Colton's, twoclasses. 

Elocution and Reading — National Fifth Reader, two classes. 
Orthograhhy and Spelling. 
Algebra — Olney's School, three classes. 
Geometry — Olney's, two classes. 
Norton's Natural Philosophy. 
Dalton's Phyhiology. 

Lessons in the English Bible and Rhetorical Exercises weekly, for all the 
students in the School. 



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CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC. 



This Departmemt is under the same general management as the other 
Departments, and under the special supervision of the Director. 

Students in the Conservatory are subject to the regular College discipline. 

COURSE OF STUDY. 

HARMONY. 

Scales, both Major and Minor, Intervals and their inversions. Chords in their various rela- 
tions, Part-writing, Modulation, Choral, Single and Double Counterpoint, Composition and 
Analysis of musical works. 

PIANO FORTE. 

Duvernoy's Etudes in Mechanism, op. 120. 
Czerny, op. 636. 
Krause, op. 2. 
Heller, op. 46. 
Spindler, op. 141. 

Czerny, op. 290, (Studies in Velocity.) 
Heller, op. 45 and i6. 
Jensen, op. 32. 

Cramer's Fifty Studies, (Von Billow's Edition.) 
dementi's Gradus ad Parnassum, (Tausig's Edition.) 
Czerny, op. 740. 
Mayer, op. 305. 
Moscheles, op. 70. 

."^onatas by Kuhlau, Clementi, Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven ; and selections from Bach, 
Schumann, Mendelssohn, Chopin and other stand.ird authors. 

CULTIVATION OF THE VOICE. 

Careful instruction is given in the use of the voice, and the correct manner of producing a 
good tone ; thorcugh drill in Technical Exercises, Solfeggios, Vocalises, etc , to give control over 
and flexibility to the voice ; and practice in singing the best English, German, Italian and French 
songs. Operatic Arias and .-olos from the Oratorios, for expression and the development of a pure 
style. 

ORGAN. 

Selections from Rink's and Ritter's Organ i^chools. 
Pedal Technics, — Thayer. 
Pedal Studies, — Volkmar. 
Studies in Pedal Phrasing,— Buck. 
Trios, op. 20 Richtcr, and op. 39 Merkel. 

Fugues from the Well-tempered Clavier, arr. by Van Eyken,— Bach. 

Selections from Mcndel.-.sohn's Sonatas, Preludes and Fugues, Ritter's ? onatas, Bach's 
Organ Works. 

Miscellaneous selections from the works of Buck, Smart, G. Ad. Thonias, Best, Frcyer 
Richter, Hesse, Ritter and others. 



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Exercises in playing Church Music, Voluntaries, accompanying Choirs, Registration, etc., 
including all that is necessary to give one a thorough mastery over the organ, for Church or 
Concert use. 

TJie length of time necessary for the completion of this Com-se cannot be 
stated (lefinitel}^, but will be from two to four years. 

No pupil is allowed to enter upon the studies of the last year in any 
department of Music who has not presented to the Director satisfactory 
evidence of proficiency in the fundamental branches of an English education. 

All students completing this Course are awarded diplomas. 

The classes in Choral Singing are free to all members of the College. 

Weekly rehearsals are given, at which pupils who are competent are 
expected to perform. 

Pupils must furnish or rent their instruments for practice. Pianos can 
always be rented in the village at reasonable rates. 

Students in other Departments, taking lessons in music, are required to 
make their arrangements with the Director of the Conservatory. 

Catalogues, containing full pai'ticulars concerning this Department, can be 
obtained b}' addressing Conservatory of Music, Oberlin, Ohio. 



PENMANSHIP. 

Arrangements have been made to furnish instruction in Penmanship, 
under a permanent and approved teacher ; the students of the College may thus 
perfect themselves in this ai-t and be especially prepared for business and 
teaching. A pleasant and commodious room in Tappan Hall is devoted to the 
classes in writing. 

For terms see the table of extra charges, or address the Instructor in 
Penmanship. 



LECTURES. 

In the Department of Theology, lectures are given in the several branches 
of instruction to all classes throughout the year, and on special topics during 
the second and third terms. 

In the Department of Philosophy and the Arts, to the several classes 
throughout the year, according to the announcement in the Courses of Study. 

Practical Lectures on General Habits, Methods of Study and other impor- 
tant subjects, are delivered once in two weeks to the ladies, by the Principal 
of the Ladies' Department, and to the young men of the Preparatory Schools 
by the Principals of those Schools. 




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DEGREES AND DIPLOMAS. 

Tlir Dfgroc of Baciieluk of Dhisity is couferrcd upon the graduates of 
tlie Regular Course in the Depaitmeut of Theology ; that of Bachelor of Auts 
upon the graduates of the Classieal and Scientific Course iu the Department of 
Philosophj- and the Arts. 

The Degree of Master of Arts is conferred ui)on anj^ BAcnELOu of three 
or more years" standing, who has been engaged iu literary or scientific piu'suits, 
and has sustained a good moral character. 

A Diploma, certifying the successful completion of the prescribed Com-se 
of Stud3% is given to each graduate of the Literary Coui'se in the Department of 
Philosophy and the Arts, and to each graduate of the Conservatoiy of Music. 

EXAMINATIONS. 

At the close of each term the classes are examined in the studies of that 
term; and at the end of the yeai- there are general examinations in all Depart- 
ments. 

Every recitation and examination is marked, and a record is kept by the 
Faculty of the attainments of each student, and also of his delinquencies. 
Liformation concerning his progress and deportment is, when requested, com- 
municated to the parent or guardian. 

RELIGIOUS EXERCISES. 

All .students are required to attend Chm-ch twice on the Sabbath, and the 
weekly lecture on Thm-sday. 

They are also required to attend daily prayc rs in the evening at the Chapel, 
and in the morning in the families in which they board. Every class has a 
weekly exercise in the English Bible, which all are required to attend. 

There is a weekly praj-er meeting on ]Monday evening for all young people, 
conducted by the students; and a weekly prayer meeting for each class, con- 
ducted by one of the teachers. 

LIBRARY, APPARATUS AND CABINET. 

The Libraries connected with the College number about fourteen thousand 
volumes. 

The Apparatus, in the Departments of Natural Philosophy and Chemistry, 
is sufficient for the varied illustrations of these sciences. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 57 

The Cabinets in Geologj- and Natural flistory have been removed, during 
the past year, to mucli more commodious rooms in Cabinet Hall. The col- 
lections amply illustrate the branches of Mineralogy, Lithological Geology, 
Palaeontology, Archaeology. Radiate Life, American and Foreign Shells and 
Insects, and many branches of Vertebrate Life. Additions are constantly made 
to these collections. 

FACILITIES FOR SELF-SUPPORT. 

The College does not furnish manual labor to the students. Diligent and 
faithful yoimg men can find emploj'ment, with satisfactory compensation, in 
the village. A few are emploj-ed in the care of the College buildings. About 
forty students in the higher classes, gentlemen and ladies, are employed as 
assistant teachers. 

The long Winter vacation affords opportunity to those who are qualified, to 
engage in teaching schools abroad. 

REGULATIONS. 

The Regulations of the Institution are few and simple, appealing to the 
student's self-respect and personal responsibility. He is requh-ed to abstain from 
the use of Tobacco and Intoxicating Drinks, and from connection with any 
Secret Society. No student is permitted to visit one of the other sex at a 
private room, except by special permission in case of severe sickness. 

WINTER SCHOOL. 

During the Winter vacation a school is taught in the College buildings, 
under the superintendence of members of the Faculty, in which classes are 
formed in all the studi?s of the Preparator}- Department, and in any Co'lege 
study, when a suflicient number wish to pursue it to form a class. This school 
opens the first Tuesday following Thanksgiving day. 

LADIES' DEPARTMENT. 

Ladies in all the Departments of Study are under the supervision of the 
Principal of the Ladiesf Department and the management of the Ladies' Board. 

Ladies from abroad desiring admission to the Ladies' Hall, should make 
previous application in writing, certifying their age, state of health, character 
previous attainments, and the time they propose to continue here. Those who 
are admitted will be duly apprized of their admission. All ladies are expected 
to consult the Principal before selecting then- boarding places. 

Ladies are requu-ed to be in their rooms after eight o'clock in the evening 
during the Summer months, and after half past seven dming the Winter months. 

Every lady is re([uired to present, once in two weeks, a written report of 
her observance, and her failures in the observance of the regulations of the 
Department, signed by the matron of the family in which she boards. 

These reports together with the marks of her recitations, are recorded by 



58 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 

tbc Principal, and arc open at all times for the inspection of the Faculty, the 
Ladies' Board, and all friends interested. 

ADMISSION AND EXPENSES. 
Candidates for admission to any of the Departments must bring testimonials 
of good character; and those coming from other institutions must bring a certifi- 
cate of honorable dismission. 

The student, in every department, pursues his studies in his private room, 
and meets with his class in the public room for recitation. No arrangement is 
made for those who have not sufficient maturity and self-control to study 
prutitably under these conditions. 

None are admitted to full membership until they have honorably passed a 
lir()])ation of six months. None will be received under sixteen years of age, 
unless committed to the care of some approved resident of the place ; nor any 
under fourteen, except by special arrangement with the Faculty. 

Room rent in the Ladies' Hall is f 10.50 a term for each occupant, including 
lights, the privileges of the house and care in ordinarj" sickness. Each room is 
intended for two ladies, and is provided with carpets and other necessary 
furniture, including husk bed. All other articles of bedding will be furnished 
by the occupants ; also, lamps and table napkins. No room will be considered 
engaged for any term unless two dollars is paid on the rent, which sum will be 
forfeited if the room is not taken, unless written notice to that effect is given 
to the Treasurer, at least one week before the opening of the term. Fuel is 
furnished as required, the charge being according to the amount consumed. 

Room rent in Council Hall is free, and the rooms ai-e completelj' furnished; 
the incidental fee is $2.50 a term ; in the other College buildings rent is $2.50 
per term, and each room is furnished with a stove only. 

The price of board will vary with the cost of provisions. At present, board 
in the Ladies' Hall is .f2.80 per week; in private families, including rooms fur- 
nished, from $3 to $4 per Aveek; fuel and lights extra. 

The Treasurer's bills are ]3ayable at the beginning of each term ; board in 
the Ladies' Hall, each half term in advance. • 

The following may be considered as a near estimate of the necessary expen- 
ses for a term of twelve weeks, in any department except the Theological, in 
wliich there is no charge for tuition, room rent or use of Library. 

Tuition, or rent of Scholarship .$300 $300 

Incidentals 2 65 2 65 

Library Fee ^r 35 

Board, $2.25 to f 3.00 per week 2700 to 3600 

Room Rent 2 50 to 10 00 

Lights and Washing 500 to 800 

Books and Stationery 4 50 to 700 

Fuel, Fall and Spring 3 00 to 6 00 

148 00 $73 00 



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EXTRA CHARGES. 

Piano, twenty lessons ^12 00 

Organ, twenty less ns 1200 

Harmony, twenty lessTns c 00 

Cultivation of the voice 12 00 

Use of Instrument, one hour per day $2 00 — 3 00 

Oil Painting, with use of Models, thirty lessons 1000 

Water Colors 600 

Crayon Drawing, fifty lessons 7 00 

Perspective Drawing 6 00 

Use of Musical Library 1 00 — 3 00 

French and German, except in the Regular Courses 5 00 

Penmanship, one term, one hour a day 5 00 

Penmanship, one month, constant practice 6 00 

Full Course in Practical Penmanship 20 00 

Full Course in Ornamental Penminship 20 00 

Full Course in both ityles 30 00 

Thorouo-b iustructiou iu Vocal Music is fhke to all. 

SITUATION. 

Oberlin is easily accessible from all pai'ts of the country, being situated on 
the Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Railway, an hom-'s ride from Cleveland. 
The village of thirty-five hundred inhabitants, has grown up with the College, 
and is, to a lai-ge degree, free from the temptations and dangers often sm-round- 
ing colleges. 

Letters of inquiry may be addressed to the President, J. H. Faikohild; to 
the Principals of the Preparatory Sciiools, J. H. Laird and H. F. Clark; 
to the Principal of the Ladies' Department, IVIrs. A. A. F. Johnston : or to the 
Secretary and Treasm'er, J. B. T. Maesq. 




TERMS AND VACATIONS. 

187 5. 

Fall Term begins Tuesday, Aug. 31. 

vVinter Vacation begins Saturday, Nov. 30. 

Winter School begins Tuesday, Nov. 30. 

1876. 

Spring Term begins Tuesday, Feb. 15. 

Spring Recess begins Saturday, May 6. 

Summer term begins Wednesday. May 10. 

Summer Vacation begins Thursday, Aug 3. 

Fall Term begins Tuesday, Sept. 5. 



PUBLIC OCCASIONS. 

187 6. 

Junior Exhibition Wednesday, May 3. 

Anniversary of the Theological Society Thursday, May 4. 

Union Exhibition of the College Societies Friday. May 5. 

Anniversary of the ^lioian Society W^edntsday, July 12. 

Anniversary of the Ladies' Literary Society Wednesday, July 19. 

P^xhibition of tlie Senior Preparatory Class Wednesday, July 36. 

Exhibition of the Conservatory of Music Thursday, July 37. 

Anniversary of the Phi Delta Society Friday, July 28. 

Address to the Theological Alumni Friday. July 28. 

Commencement, Department of Theology Saturday, July 39. 

Anniversary of the Alpha Zeta Society Saturday, July 29. 

Baccalaureate Sermon Sunday, July 30. 

Address before the Missionary Society Sunday, July 30. 

Anniversary of the Phi Kappa Pi Society Monday, July 31. 

Address before the Literary Societies Monday, July 31. 

Commencement, Literary Course Tuesday, Aug. 1. 

Address liefore the Society of Alumni Tuesday, Aug. 1. 

Commencement, Classical and Scientific Coiu-se. ...Wednesday, Aug. 2. 



CATALOGUE 



OF THE 



Officers and Students 



OP 



Oberlin College, 



FOR THE 



COLLEGE YEAR 



1876-77. 



TOLEDO, O. : 

Blade Printing & Paper Company, Printers. 
1876. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



Kcv. JAMES H. FAIKCHILD, President. 

FRANCIS D. PARISH Oberlin. 

Rev. MICHAEL E. STRIEB Y , Newark, N. J. 

URIAH THOMPSON Oberlin. 

Rev. henry COWLES Oberlin. 

JABEZ W. MERRILL Oberlin. 

Rev. WILLIAM B. BROWN Newaek, N. J. 

Rev. SAMUEL WOLCOTT Cleveland. 

A. B. NETTLETON Philadelphia, Pa. 

Rev. WOLCOTT B. WILLIAMS Charlotte, Mice. 

SETH H. SHELDON Cleveland. 

Rev. J. G. W. COWLES Cleveland. 

GEORGE B. DELAMATER Meadville, Pa. 

WILLIAM SUMNER Cinclnnatl 

T. L. NELSON Eltria. 

Hon. JAMES MONROE Oberlin. 

J. E. INGERSOLL Clea-eland. 

Hon. J. D. COX ..Toledo. 

DAN P. EELLS Cleveland. 



Corresponding /VIembers from the Alumni. 

Rev. GEORGE F. W^RIGHT... Andover, Mass. 

Rev. JOHN G. FRASER East Toledo. 

P. H. KAISER Cleveland. 

JOHN M. LANGSTON.. Washington, D. C. 

H. H. CUMINGS.... TiDiouTE. Pa. 



rtiiil ®0immitto* 



Pres. J. H. FAIRCHILD. 
Rev. henry COWLES. 
URIAH THOMPSON. 
JABEZ W. MERRILL. 



Prof. JOHN M. ELLIS. 
HIRAM HULBURD, 
E. J. GOODRICH. 
J. B. T. MARSH. 



FRANCIS D. PARISH. 



J. B. T. MARSH, Secretary and Treasurer. 



S^Ii^s^ g0Eri 0l |j|lHiiHi0:cr 



s. 



Mrs. a. a. F. JOHNSTON. 
Mrs. MARIANNE P. DASCOMB. 
Mrs. REBECCA FINNEY. 
Mrs. MINERVA E. ELLIS. 



Mrs. ELIZABETH S. MEAD. 
Mrs. AUGUSTA B. SMITH. 
Mrs. MARY B. SHURTLEFF. 
Mrs. HELEN M. RICE. 



FACULTY. 



Rev. JAMES H. FAIRCUILD, President, 

I'ROrESSCR OP THEOLOGY AND MORAL, PHILOSOPHY. 
AVKRY PROFESSOKSaiP. 

Ekv. JOHN MORGAN, 

PROFESSOR OF NKW TESTAMENT LITERATURE AND BIBLICAL THEOLOUY. 

JAMES DASCOMB, M. D., 

PROFESSOR OF CHEMISTRY, BOTANY AND PHYStOLOGY, 

R3V. JOHN M. ELLIS, 

PROFESSOR OF MENTAL PHILOSCPHY AND RHETORIC. 

Ret. CHARLES H. CHURCHILL, 

PROFESSOR OF MATHEMATICS AND NATURAL PHILOSOPHY. 

Rev. JUDSON SMITH, 

PROFESSOR OF CHUUCH HISTORY, AND LECIURER ON MODERN HISTORY. 

GILES W. SHURTLEFP, A. M., 

PROFESSOR OF POLITICAL ECONOMY. 

Rev. HIRAM MEAD, 

PROFESSOR OF SACRED RHETORIC AND PASTORAL THEOLOGY. 

Rev. WILLIAM H. RYDER, 

PROFESSOR OF THE GREEK LANGUAGE AND Lli'ERATUKE. 

FENELON B. RICE, 

PROFESSOR CF MUSIC. 

Rev. ELIJAH P. BARROWS, 

PROFESSOR OF HEBREW AND OLD TESTAMENT LITERATURE. 

Rev. JAMES H. LAIRD, 

PRINCIPAL OF THE ENGLISH PREPARATORY SCHOOL. 

ALBERT A. WRIGHT, A. M. Ph. B,, 

PROFESSOR OF GEOLOGY AND NATURAL HISTORY. 



JAMES K. NEWTON, A. M., 



PROFESSOR OP .THE GERMAN AND FRENCH LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES. 
FREDitlKA BREMER HULL PROFESSORSHIP. 

JAMES R. SEVERANCE, A. M., 

INSTRUCTOR IN ELOCUTION. 



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GEORGE H. WHITE, A. M., 

PRINCIPAL OF THE CI.ASSICAL Pr.EPARATORT SCnOOL, AND PROFESSOR OF ANCIENT LANGUAGES. 

HENRY F. CLARK, A. M., 
acting pr.ofesso.; of tue latin language and literature. 

Rev. henry COWLES, 
lecturer on biblical introduction. 

Rev. A. HASTINGS ROSS, 

special lecturer on church polity. 

Rev. henry MATSON, 
librarian. 

HOBART K. PAINTER, A, B., 

TEACHER OF GRAMMAR. 

WILLIAM G. FROST, A. B., 

TEACHER OF GREEK. 

EINION C. EVANS, A. B., 

TEACHER OF LATIN. 

JEROME D. MILLS, A. B., 

TEACHER OF LATIN. 

CALVIN B. CADY, 

INSTRUCTOR IN PIANO AND COMPOSITION. 

FRANK M. DAVIS, 

INSTRUCTOR IN PIANO AND VIOLIN. 

W. F. LYON, 

INSTRUCTOR IN PENMANSHIP. 



Mrs. a. a. F. JOHNSTON, 

PRINCIPAL OF THE LADIEs' DEPARTMENT. 

Miss CALISTA ANDREWS, 

TUTOR IN MATHEMATICS. 

Miss L. CELESTIA WATTLES, 

INSTRUCTOR IN PIANO AND HARMONY. 

Mrs. HELEN M. RICE, 

INSTRUCTOR IN VOCAL MUSIC. 

Miss ANNA M. WYETT, 

INSTRUCTOR IN DRAWING AND PAINTING. 



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FACULTY. 



JOHN MORGAN. 



JAMES H. FAIRCHILD, President. 

HIKAM MR AD. 

ELIJAH P. BARROWS. 



JUDSON SMITH. 



JAMES R. SEVERANCE. 



STUDENTS. 



SENIOR CLASS. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Charles Cole Creegan Wakeman 14 

Lebanon Normal School, 1869. 

Thomas Weston DeLoxg Tabor, Iowa 36 

Tabor College, 1873. 

Edward Allan Leeper Obcrlin 20 

Oberlin College, 

Frank McCos'AUghy Penfleld 3 

Oberlin College, 1874. 

Dav;d C. McNair Clark, Pa 11 

Mt. Union College, 1873. 

William Brewster Oleson Oberlin 10 

Maine Agricultural College, 

Charles DeForest Patterson. . -Vermillion 18 

Ohio Wesleyan University, 

Orthello Vernillen Rice Oberlin 60 

Tabor College, I874. 

Albert Augustus "Roberts Monticello, Fla 33 

Codrington College, 1871. 

Edward Strieby Steele Oberlin 4 

Oberlin College, 1872. 

David Talog Williams Bangor, Me. 6 



ROOMS. 

Council Hall. 
AVest College st. 
Council Hall. 
Council Hall. 
Council Hall. 
West Lorain st. 
West Lorain st. 
West College st. 
North Main st. 
Council Hall. 
Council Hall. 



Abner M.\nLON Pipes. Unionville 14 Council Hall. 

John Scott Naugatuck, Ct 39 North Main st. 



Seniors. 23, 



O BERLIN COLLEGE. 



MIDDLE CLASS. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. ROOMS. 

William Benton Chamberlain- -Oberlin 6 West st. 

Oberlin College, 1875. 

Isaac Linn^us Cory Thorntown 16 Council Hall. 

Wabash College, 

Harry Williams George EastOrrii]gton,Me.lO Council Hall. 

Colby University, 

Sylvesters. Grinnell Maryville, Tenn... 9 Council Hall. 

Maryville College, 1874. 

John William Hargrave Ripon, Wis 1 North Professor st. 

Ripon College, 1875. 

Addison Wilbur Hayes Berea 10 Council Hall. 

Baldwin University, 1875. 

Eli Roberts Loomis Pawlet, Vt.- .18 Council Hall. 

Oneida Institute, 

Thomas McClelland Mendon, 111 28 Council Hall. 

Oberlin College, 1875. 

Jerome Dolson Mills Canton, 111 31 Council Hall. 

Oberlin College, 1875. 

James Dunning Monroe Town Line, N. Y.- .37 Council Hall. 

Mt. Union College, 1875. 

HoBART Kingsbury Painter Oberlin 23 Spring st. 

Oberlin College, 1875. 

Thomas Worthington Walters. Parsons, Pa 13 Council Hall. 



Edmund Cressman Bethlehem, Pa 26 Council Hall. 

3Iidclles 13. 



JUNIOR CLASS. 



Reuben Alview Beard Columbus 35 Council Hall. 

Ohio Wesleyan University, 

EiNioN Cranogvab Evans Potsdam, N. Y 2 Council Hall. 

Middlebury College, 1876. 

IzAAK Walton Fitch . Rochester, Pa 8 Council Hall. 

Oberlin College, 1875. 

William Goodell Frost Oberlin 30 West Lorain st. 

Oberlin College, 1876. 

Thomas F. Hicks Wilmington, Del... 1 Council HaU. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Horace Payne James Weybridge, Vt 17 

Middlebury College, 1876. 

Fh.\nci!5 Makiok Kumler Westerville 7 

Otterbein University, 1872. 

CiiARr.ES Heebe Martik ...Obtrlin 69 

Oberlin College. 1876. 

WiLMAM Otterbein Pringle Fremont 24 

Oberlin College, 1S76. 

James Budden Renshaw. ...Richmond, Mass -.-15 

Mass. Agricultural College, 1873. 

William Cebkain Rigdon Rigdon, Ind 33 

William Sanders ScARBOROUGH-Macon, Ga 13 

Oberlin College, 1875. 

James B. Stocking Lorain 7 

William Huntington Tibbals_..No. Royalton, Wis-13 

Oberlin College, 1875. 



Council Hall. 
Council Hall. 
East College st. 
Council Hall. 
Council Hall. 
Council Hall. 
Council Hall. 

Council Hall. 
Groveland st. 



Ira Jay Manville Sparta 17 South Pleasant st. 

Benjamin Franklin Shuart Cleveland 19 Council Hall. 



Juniors Id, 




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il0S0|li§ ami tlie JL 



CLASSICAL AND SCIENTIFIC COURSE. 



FACULTY. 



JAMES H. FAIRCHILD, President. 



JAMES DASCOMB. 
JUDSON SMITH. 
ALBERT A. WRIGHT. 



JOHN M. ELLIS. 
GILES W. SHURTLEFF. 
HENRY F. CLARK. 
JAMES R. SEVERANCE. 



CHARLES H. CHURCHILL. 
WILLIAM H. RYDER. 
JAMES K. NEWTON. 



STUDENTS. 



SENIOR CLASS 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Malcolm Gr^jie Alexander Clyde 35 

William Fremont Bla.ckman Kirksville, Mo 15 

Chauncey Martin Cadt Oberlin 11 

William Capell Calland Summerfield 3 

Frederic Arthur Churchill Oberlin 26 

Adelbert Benjamin Coon Marengo, 111. 6 

George Edward Crane Oberlin 38 

Albert John Gilchrist Oberlin 34 

Herbert Delos Goodenough Barton, Wis 51 

EvANDER Joseph Goodsell Nelson 30 

Archibald Hadden Cleveland 10 

Benjamin Albert Imes Van Wert, Pa 51 

Arthur Desaline Langston Washington, D. C.-31 

Judson Oncken Leslie Princeton, 111 51 

Charles Albert IVIarsh Pontiac, Mich 26 

Charles Edwin Monroe Oberlin 4 

WiNTHROP DowNES Painter Oberlin 32 



ROOMS. 

South Main st. 
Forest st. 
West Lorain st. 
College Place. 
West College st. 
West Lorain st. 
South Main st. 
North Professor st. 
West College st. 
West College st. 
Elm St. 
Tappan Hall. 
North Pleasant st. 
West College st. 
Elm St. 

College Place. 
Spring St. 



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NAMES. RESIDENCES. ROOMS. 

Erwin Hart Richards Mecca 33 East Lorain st. 

Sanfokd Elihu Suutt Middleport 2 East Loraiu st. 

Merton Morris Squire Oberlin 6 West Lorain st. 

Mauy Loxjisa Drake Oskaloosa, Iowa. -.51 West College st. 

Ella Jaiste Strong Oskaloosa, Iowa.. 51 West. College st. 

Seniors 22. 



JUNIOR CLASS. 

Bela Bexoni Adams Copopa 6 South Professor st. 

Charles WnrTEFiELD Allen Oberlin 19 East College st. 

William Elliott Barxhart Chippewa Lake. -.87 West College st. 

William Alfred Bowen Oberlin 1 College Place 

Frederick Erwin Brigham Trumbull 2 North Pleasant st. 

Charles Sherman Brown Oberlin 27 North Main st. 

Henry Conner Burton, 111 Chapel. 

Amplias Milton Countryman Hastings, Minn ...51 West College st. 

Alexander Sylv anus Eaton Alamo, Mich French Hall. 

Lucius Bierce Puller Nelson . 34 West College st. 

Marcus Bell Fuller Nelson 17 West College st, 

Wakene Almont Gates Middlefield 59 East College st. 

Ch.arles Robert Hager Sauk City, Wis. ... Chapel. 

Oliver Hale Koons. Sulphur Springs... 2 North Pleasant st. 

James Henderson Kyle Urbana, 111 5 Elm st. 

James Henry Leonard Bridge water .Mass.. 37 West College st. 

Oramel William Lucas Canon City, Col. ..35 West Lorain st. 

William Beecher McIntyre Princeton, 111 37 West College st. 

Irving Wight Metcalp Elyria 3 Elm st. 

Wilder Stevens Metcalf Elyria 7 South Professor st. 

Lindley Warren Morris Alliance 59 East College st. 

Charles Milton Rice. Russia Mr. Rice's. 

Alberto Calvin Shattuck Tontogany 51 West College st. 

Karl Andrew Snyder Oberlin 11 Elm st. 

David Brainard Spencer. Benzonia.Mich 27 West Lorain st. 



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NAMES. RESIDEN'CKS. 

Wesley Meyers Stover. Lisle, 111 17 

Henry Ernest Thayer Freedom 37 

Eugene Albert Tuttle North Amherst 35 

Charles Selden Vailb Kokomo, Ind. 9 

Solomon Watkins Lawrence, Kan 34 

Albert Marion Wheeler Shelby 37 

Geordie Zeno Whitney... Oberlin 36 

Melville CLExrENT Whitney Oberlin 36 

Francis Albert Wilcox Richfield 34 

William Cullen Wilcox Richfield 34 



ROOMS. 

West College st. 
West College st. 
West College st. 
Elm St. 

North Pleasant st. 
West Lorain st. 
South Professor st. 
South Professor st. 
West College st. 
West College st. 



Lunette Angelina Drew Oberlin 75 South Main st. 

Ellen Electa Grannis Oberlin 71 North Mainst. 

May Richards Oberlin 59 East College st. 

Caroline Wickes ...Oberlin ...16 South Professor st. 

Juniors 3i), 



SOPHOMORE CLASS 



WiLBERT Lee Anderson East Berkshire, Vt.-136 South Main st. 

Jason Alonzo Barber Tontogany 9 Walnut st. 

Henry Royce Bass West Randolph, Vt... 33 West Lorain st. 

Madison William Beacom Mechanicstown 30 South Professor st. 

Fred Bellows Weepuig Water,Neb. 31 South Professor st. 

George B. Boone Mecca 8 Forest st. 

William Henry Buss. Creston, 111 47 West College st. 

D wight Howard Clapp Kirtland Society Hall. 

Sereno Jay Cl jVKk Freedom 3 College Place. 

Everard Willis Dascomb Wilton, N. H 33 South Professor st. 

Olin Lareau Fowler Livonia, N. Y 33 West Lorain st. 

WiLBER Gerry Freese Brunswick 14 East Lorain st. 

William Raymond Green Maiden, 111 37 West College st. 

James Ishmael Greves Cleyeland 83 North Professor st. 

Miles Woodbury Harrison Lagrange 31 Elm st. 

George Berry Heazelton Pittsburg, Pa 59 East College st. 

Robert Cehorn Henderson Zanesville 5 South Professor st. 









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NAMES. 


KESIDENCES. 


ROOMS. 




Willis Akthur Hitchcock.-. 


. ..Owosso, Mich 


.25 North Main st-. 




David Willey IIulijurt 


...Seville 


-30 North Pleasant st. 




William Nouman Joiixson... 


...Obcrlin 


-82 East College st. 




John Kline 


...Rcnsselaerville, N.Y 


.18 South Water st. 




Nestor Light 


...Milford, Ct 


-47 West College st. 


Cii\rles Edward Morse 


Bedford. 




JoH.N Richard Nichols 


...Reading, N. Y 


-18 South Water st. 




Edwvrd Waterous Peck 


Oberlin 


8 West Lorain st. 




A.LFORD Brown Penniman 


...Woodburn, 111 


-23 North Professor St. 




Henry Ricker 


...Kelley's Island 


- 8 North Professor st. 




Samuel Reynolds Singer 


...Covington, Ky 


-50 Tappan Hall. 




Louis Richard Swift 


...Oberlin .. 


Mr. Swift's. 




James Alpheus Thomas - 


-. -Oberlin 


- 7 North Water st. 




Benjamin Thompson 


. ..Urbana 


-47 West College st. 




D WIGHT Baldwin Ward 


. . .Mattawan, Mich 


Chapel. 




Newton Wyeth 


...New Way 


-59 East College st. 




Sarah Jane Be bout 


--.Savannah 


. Ladies' Hall. 




Mary Emily Case 


---Milan 


- 8 Forest st. 




Ellen Amanda Hayes _. . 


_ - - Hanover 


. Ladies' Hall. 




Essie Eliza Johnson 


.-.Fitchville 


-48 West College st. 




Alice Edwards Mead 


-.-Oberlin 


- 9 Elm St. 




Mary Braman Rockwood 


---Oberlin .. .- 


.18 North Main st. 




Mary Elvira Temple 


- - -Birmingham 


.12 North Professor st. 




Ida Elfleda Willcutt 


--, Oberlin 


-19 North Main st. 




Sophomores 




±1. 




FRESHMAN CLASS. 






Leander Jefferson Aldrich.. 


- - -Conklingsville.N. Y. 


-23 West Lorain st. 




David Edwin Barney 


---La Porte, Ind 


- 3 Elm St. 




Ervin Robert Barney 


--.May wood. 111 


. 4 East Lorain st. 




John Henry Beacom 


- . -Mechanicstown 


Mr. Hayward's. 




Julius Jacob Bliss 


— Bainbridge 


36 North Main st. 




Watson Elliott Boise 


.-.Bellevue 


. 3 Elm St. 











OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



13 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. ROO.MS. 

Harry Cake Fostoria 2 "West College st. 

Allans- Monroe Clark Cleveland 25 North Professor st. 

HuRLBURT Erastus Cole StrongsvUle 2 College Place. 

Charles Morse Collier Salem, Oregon 9i East Lorain st. 

Harvey Wilson CoMPTON Coshocton 6 West Lorain st. 

JosiAH W. Craig . Southington 4 East Lorain st. 

John William Cunnick Mineral Ridge 59 East College st. 

Darius Lyman Edwards Oberlin 79 North Main st. 

Williston Fish Berlin Heights 36 West College st. 

Clarence Ross Gale Jamestown, N. Y Society Hall. 

AYiLLiAM McLean Grauam Oshkosh, Wis 21 West Lorain st. 

Ferris Samuel Hafford Fremont 36 North Main st. 

Byron Bement Harrison La Grange 48 South Main st. 

David Alexander Haylor Oberlin Mr. Haylor's. 

William Kaiser Gnadeuhutten 14 East Lorain st. 

Jonathan Edward Kidder Kiantone, N. Y 9i East Lorain st. 

Charles LooMis Freedom 4 East Lorain st. 

Edwin Benedict Loveland Oberlin 1 South Professor st. 

Arthur William Lyon Wauseon 23 West Lorain st. 

Daniel Magnus Oberlin 33 Tappan Hall. 

Oscar Homer McConoughey Oberlin 64 North 3Iain st. 

George Lewis Nichols Oberlin 13 East Lorain st. 

Arthur Powell Sharon ". 34 West College st. 

George Andrews Ramsey New Lisbon 25 East College st. 

George Cheever Roberts Oberlin 46 North Main st. 

Dewitt Nath.\n RosECRANs Colliuwood 2 College Place. 

Jacob Albright Shawan Urbana 8 Forest st. 

Alfred Lee Stewart Melvern, Ka 41 South 3Iain st. 

Ernest Nathan Warden Oberlin West Lorain st. 

Maurice Melville Warner Plainfield, 111 23 West Lorain st. 

Francis Timothy Waters Lenox 40 West Lorain st. 



Frances Eaton Alden Rockland, Me 7 Forest st. 

Ella Maria Bailey Russia 42 North Main st. 

Ida Beagle Blissfield, Mich 21 East College st. 

Agnes Caldwell.-.. Erie, Pa..- 16 East Lorain st. 

Eva Josephine Ce as Oberlin 2 North Professor st. 

Ida Eleanora Ceas - Oberlin 2 North Professor st. 



14 O BERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. ROOMS. 

Eva Lillian HcttchingS-- Obcrlin 7 Morgan st. 

SrsiE Kendall Cavendish, Vt 32 South Prof c-ssor st. 

EvANGELiXE Lamb Oberlin 31 South Mainst. 

Matiia Lamb Oberlin 31 South Main st. 

Nettie Luanna Munson Oberlin 18 North Professor st. 

Emma Julia Safford Madison . 2 Elm st. 

Abbie Kkum Tdttle West Andover Ladies' Hall. 

Freshmen 50, 



O BERLIN COLLEGE. ]5 



LITERARY COURSE 



FACULTY. 

JAMES H. FAIRCHILD, President. 

JAMES DASCOMB. JOHN M. ELLIS. 

CHARLES H. CHURCHILL. JUDSON SMITH. ALBERT A. WRIGHT. 

JAMES K. NEWi ON. GEORGE H. WHITE. MRS. A. A F. JOHNSTON. 

JAMES R. SEVERANCE. MISS CALISTA ANDREWS. 

STUDENTS. 
FOURTH YEAR. 

N.\MES. RESIDENCES, 

Addie Eliza Adair Osawottomie, Kan. 

Mettie Victoria Aldrich Dover. 

Esther Amelia Barnes Tallmadge. 

Frances Amelia Bassett Dundee, N. Y. 

Josephine Boyd Bateham Painesville. 

Saraii Tyler Bean Binghamton, N. Y. 

MiTTiE Artemisia Bebout. Savannah. 

Anabelle Campbell Oberlin. 

Harriet Lee Cooper Fredricktovpn. 

Emily Ewing. ...Randolph, N. Y. 

Amanda Jane Frow Winchester. 

Mary Ellen Gaston Sterling, 111. 

Mary Minerva Hunt Otto, N. Y. 

Maria Eliza Lane Wellington. 

Caroline Louise Leonard Scotland, Mass. 

Anna Janes Mead West Cornwall, Vt. 

Hannah Hattie Meeker. Huron. 

Harriet Allen Munger Galva, 111. 

Justitia Azalia Parsons. LaGrange. 

Emelia Jane Royce Oberlin. 

Mary Belinda Smith Worthington, Minn. 

Effleda Veronica Thompson. Medina. 

Fannie Julia Webster Berlin, Wis. 

Sarah Jane Woodson - Berlin. 

Alice Wright. - Port Clinton. 

Andrevt Cummings Oberlin. 

Fred Webster Rawsonville. 

Fourth Year 27 > 



16 O BERLIN COLLEGE. 



THIRD YEAR. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Jii.iA May Adams Perrysburg. 

Florence Millie Buck Sandusky. 

Annette Isadore Burr. Oberlin. 

Charlotte Ann Burr. - - Morrison, 111. 

Jennie Abbie Calkins... Pulaski, N. Y. 

Clara Lydia Clisbee Oberlin. 

Lydi A Virginia Cone Painesville. 

Emma Rebecca Coughey North Kingsville. 

Sara Savage Crosby Aurora, 111. 

Fannie Eva Edwards Oberlin. 

Carolyn El:z.\beth Eldred Olmstead. 

Grace Augusta Fairchild Oberlin. 

Ella Eliza Gates New London. 

Anna Elizabeth Harter Crawfordsville, Ind. 

Mary Pamelia Hill Flemington, N. J. 

Frances Maria Keep Oberlin. 

Loretta Elvira Kennedy Brunswick. 

Mary Tryphena Leonard Oberlin. 

Minnie Hudson Letcher Fayette. 

Mary Jane Mawhir. Westfield, N. Y. 

Mabel Maxweli- Boulder, Col. 

Lizzie Ann Meadows Elyria. 

Helen Josephine Millspaugh Clinton, Mich. 

Charlotte Jane ]\Ioore Galesburg, 111. 

Emma Hannah Moore Galesburg, 111. 

Helen Abbie Pepoon Painesville. 

*CoRA Mary Pounds Oberlin. 

Mary Alice Reed Bellevue. 

Elsie Jane Reynolds Painesville. 

Lydia Roana Sheldon Whittlesey. 

Eleanor Mattie Spencely ..Galena, 111. 

Eva Elmina Wallace Lorain. 

Laura Williams Oberlin. 

Rosa Olive Wilmot Oberlin. 

Effie May Wood Elyria. 

Third Year ...35. 

♦Deceased. 



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SECOND YEAR. 

NAiMES. RESIDENCES. 

Ellen Adams Penysburg. 

Sarah Ann Anderton Bedford. 

Amanda Salojie Austin North Eaton. 

Marion Eliza Corey . Hunlsburg. 

Julia Marana Cotes ......... ......... .Brecksville. 

M-A.RGARET BuRTON CoWLES .... .. JeffcrSOD. 

Myra Celia Fellows Chagrin Falls. 

Martha Maria Haskell North Bloomfield. 

Idella Medora Hawley Aurora, 111. 

Ida May Hull Sandusky. 

Alice Viola Hyde Oberlin. 

Helen Henrietta Lord Ravenna. 

Id.^ Louise Miller Grant City, Iowa. 

Olive Phelps Miller Grant City, Iowa. 

Mary Garfield Parks Oberlin. 

Ida Melissa Parmenter Vermontville, Mich. 

Jennie Paton xVlmont, Mich. 

Louise Folts Raney Raymond, Wis. 

Anna Mayo Rich Elyria. 

Sara Huldah Roe Madison. 

Mattie Lela Rood Oberlin. 

Francelia Josephine Spitzer Medina. 

Lou Massey Tracy .Mansfield. 

Stella Maria Tuttle West Audover. 

Florence Tyler Warren. 

Bella Josephine Waite . Eddytown, N. Y. 

Alice Jane Warren Wayne. 

Emily Amelia Warriner Claridon. 

Margaret Diantha Wells.. Claridon. 

Mary A. Whedon Oberlin. 

Mattie M-^ria Winslow Aurora, 111. 

Julia Ann Woodson -- -Berlin. 

St.\nley Ernest Wilmot .Claridon. 

Second Year 55. 

3 



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ODERLIN COLLEGE. 



F III S T YEAR. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

M.\ iic.vuKT SiiAW Bacon Oberlin. 

Ln-LiE Esther Ball Huron. 

Jennie Eldigekt Barnard Seville. 

Ct.aka Gertrude Baknuakt . - Cliippewa Lake. 

Eva Ahai!km,a Beebe Point Marblehead. 

"WiLi.iANNA Benciiley .. Iloustoii, Texas. 

.Makv Adella Bradley Bangkok, Siam. 

Eugenia Gushing Huron. 

Ida Lurana Field Oberliu 

Laura Susanna Ford Oberl in. 

Mary Ellen Guy Harmer. 

Clara Harrison Granville, 111. 

Nellie Elmina Hawley .. Munkato, ]\Iinn. 

Mariquita Hayes Hanover. 

Addie Whipple Heald Canton, 111. 

Fannie Nash Henry ...Oberlin. 

Flora Hoyt Henry Oberlin. 

Louisa D. Faucett Hogue Salem. 

Rebecca Leavens Portville, N. Y. 

Mary Corinna Loomis Lodi. 

Gertrude Newcomer Shannon, 111. 

Sarah Newton Oberlin. 

Mary Cowles Penfield Oberlin. 

Mary Eveline Percival Portville, N. Y. 

Ella Elizabeth Post Belleville. 

Florence Adelaide Post Belleville. 

Ella Roe Madison. 

Ella Mary Searle Portville, N. Y. 

Mary Elizabeth Singer Waterville. 

Mary Lenora Thayer Garret t sville. 

Mattie AVinipred Wheeler ...Shelby. 

Stella Susan AVright Oberlin. 

Frank Gordon Robb Oberlin. 

First Year S3. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 19 



IN SELECT STUDIES. 

NAMES RESIDENCES. 

Lewis Leffingwell Campbell Mineral Ridge. 

RosEWELL Clinton Canfield New Rochester. 

Howard Handel Carter Tallmadge. 

Oliver Hobart Chapin Spartansburg, Pa. 

James Henry Condit Tontogany. 

Clarence Warren Cooke Honolulu, S. I. 

Clarence Cranston Milford Centre. 

LuciEN Edmond Danks Obeiiin. 

Jesse Edward Eddy Ricliville, N. Y. 

George Dunbar Edwards Chicago, 111. 

William Nahum Gates Elyria. 

Charles Harpham Hoppner Havana, 111. 

Joseph Jackson Mason, Mich. 

Charles S. Leepeh Monticello, 111. 

Charles Craig Levan Shelby ville, Mo. 

Charles Frederick Loweth Oberlin. 

John Nicholas Martincheff Samakov, Bulgaria. 

Dudley Allen Meacham Clay, Iowa. 

Oscar Burnham Moss Zanesville. 

Horace Greeley Murdock Rensselaer Falls, N. Y, 

Fred J. Owen New York, N. Y. 

Seward Sheldon Palmer Arcade, N. Y. 

Sydney James Parsons . Fairport, N. Y. 

Charles Samuel Penfield Bucyrus. 

Robert Alexander Pinn Oberlin. 

Harlan Pomekoy Strongsville. 

Charles Byron Robinson Russell. 

Charles Howard Sawyer -- Kent. 

Commodore Stephen Decatur Shaw an Urbana. 

George Henry Starring. Clarkslon, Mich. 

Ernest V. Underbill Lagrange. 

George Barney Walker ..Ricliville, N. Y. 

Charles Edward Winslow Aurora, 111. 

Jacob R. Young... Mt. Vernon. 



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OBERLIN COLLEGE 



NAMES. RESIDEN'CES. 

]\[aky Lavinia Alter Camp Point, 111. 

Nina Ruth Bacon Obeilin. 

Mauy Mougan Bean- Bingbamton, N. Y. 

Rose McDonald Bloun'L' Evansville, Ind. 

Mkiiitabel Teller Bunker Cartliage. 

Minnie Gray Coxhead Oakland, Cal. 

C LARA DoNNELL Grcensburg, Ind. 

Myra Adelle Edwards Obeilin. 

KiTTK Isadore Guile Owosso, Micb. 

IIattie Winter Howard Faribault, Minn. 

Delora Iona Jenkins Oberliu. 

Sarah Jane Price Union Station. 

Mary Anna Sheffield Napoleon. 

E.MMA Jane Smith. Oberlin. 

Maggie Stratton Stratford, Ct. 

Ella Frances Webster Redwing, Minn. 

Mary Elizabeth Wheaton Barre, Vt. 

Phoebe Eliza AVilliams Wauseon. 

In Select Studies 52. 



CLASSICAL SCHOOL. 



WILLIAM G. FROST. 



INSTRUCTORS. 



GEORGE H. WHITE, Principal. 

EINION C. EVANS. 

Miss CALISTA ANDREWS. 



JEROME D. MILLS. 



STUDENTS. 



SENIOR CLASS. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Benjamin Franklin Aldridge Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Joseph Fletcher Bacon Oberlin. 

R. Evans Barrett Sprin g Valley. 

Robert Case Beebe Burg Hill. 

Charles William Black Columbus. 

Samuel Ashley Blake Euclid. 

Elmer Delazon Bostwick Edinburg. 

Frank Arthur Breck Parker City, Pa. 

Orln Baxter Cady Oberlin. 

AYiLLiAM Embert Chamberlain Oberlin. 

Edward Payson Churchill Oberlin. 

Alfred Ely Colton Hudson, Mich. 

Charles Stebbins Doggett Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

Willis Franklin Day Oberlin. 

Edward Wilbur Doane Oberlin. 

William Fisher Dodge Cincinnati. 



22 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Cii.MU.Ks W.vTKKiuHY FisH -- .Cleveland. 

NoEi, Gai-e - Madison. 

Cii.vHi.Ks Dk Akmond IIaruison Granville, 111. 

Wii.i.iAM Edwaud IIakrison Van Couver's Island, B. C. 

James Edward Henderson Nashville, Tenn. 

Horace Apollos Holcomb Romeo, Mich. 

James Wilbur IIolton Savannah. 

John David Jones Kichvillc, N. Y. 

Wii.ijAM OwKN Jones Richvillo, N. Y. 

J.iiiN .Mn.io.N KiLi.ETS Bryan. 

John William Kirk Canal Fulton. 

John Willard Lanehart Belleville 

FuANK B. McDaniel Oberlin. 

William Nelson McLennan Salineville. 

Julian Co.\ts Moore South Toledo. 

Julian Conrad Paddock Oberlin. 

William Hknkv Peck Oberlin. 

1 Ii 'W A Ki) EvKKETT Perry Clcvehind. 

Horace Greeley Redington South Amherst. 

Willis (Jakky Reed Htirtford. 

James Windham Richards Ruilaud. 

George Elwyn Rose Ely ria. 

John Joseph Schmid i- Euclid. 

Arthur Lron Shumway Madison. 

Washington Simms Greenville, Mich. 

Horace Smith 

Eddy Herbert Spoor Traverse City, Mich. 

Sidney Dix Strong Seville. 

Eugene Thompson Medina. 

John Caldwell Thompson Urbana. 

Louis Henry Turner Faribault, Minn. 

William James Turner Seville. 

Ben.iamin Adolphus Vaughan Peakesville, Mo. 

Charles Myron AVebster Red Wing, Minn. 

Mills Wiiitilesey New Preston, Ct. 

Thai.. I,., hen Wilson.. De Puyster, N. Y. 

Elbekt .M yrton Woodard. Kirtland. 

Abneii Mac k Wooster.. PawPaw,Mich. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



23 



NAMES. RESIDENXES. 

Alice Estelle Burt Oberlin. 

Jennie Olive Corp Athens. 

Eya Lucinda Emory .. Prophetstown, 111. 

Anna Luella Ferguson Oberlin. 

LiNA Lee Frayer Carson. 

Clorinda Margaret Spear Aurora, 111. 

Elizabeth Adams Nichols Oberlin. 

Emma Younglove Rochester, Minn. 

Seniors 02. 



MIDDLE CLASS. 

Fayette Gilman Appleton Victory, Vt. 

Harry Wales Bascom Greensburg. 

Seloy Andrew Bass West Randolph, Yt. 

Herbert Wilbtje Bessey Seville. 

JosiAH Harlan Bellows Weeping Water, Neb. 

James Albert Blair Cortland. 

Ecgens Bodel Faj'ette. 

Alfred David Be ay Mendon, 111. 

John Charles Bucklix Grand Rapids. 

William Norris Burr Wadsworth. 

Albert Bctton . Osage, la. 

Daniel Duncan Cameron West Bend, Wis. 

John Price Carruthers Mansfield. 

Alpha Weight Carter Tallmadge. 

Charles Nathaniel Chadbourn Rochester, Minn. 

Plipton B. Chase Sparta. 

Charles Henry Clague Dover. 

Joseph Franklin Clapp New Hudson, Mich. 

Walter Disp.ro Close Henrietta. 

Edward Bishop Cornell Dundee, N. Y. 

George M. Derk Sharon. 

James William Dorr Cortland. 

Elisha Brighton Durfee. Marion 

William Winsoe Epps Tampico. 



o.| OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



^.^^,B^ RESIDENCES. 

James Thome FAiRcniLP Oberlin. 

EuwAKi) LrrnKuFnEEMAN-- .^.Otisville, Mich. 

Pa VII. KimAR French . Oberlin. 

Edward Payson Gale. .^. Jamestown, N. Y. 

QriNOY Alakson Gillmork TiOrain. 

Lerot Jo.sEpn GiLSON Middleficld. 

CnAui.Es Graefe Sandusky. 

Artih-r Hill Griffiths Ricliville, N. Y. 

Daniel Merrit Guy Zanesville. 

('harles R. Hanxan Dowagiac, Mich. 

Elias Newton Harmot Savannah. 

George Curtis Hatch West Faimington. 

James Monroe Henderson Evansville, Ind. 

Webster Lynd Hendrick Richvillc, N. Y. 

Willis Phelps Hendrick.. Richville, N. Y. 

Homer Hill Senecaville. 

Thomas Hill Mayfield. 

Thomas A. Humphrey Delplios. 

Arrtas Augustine Hyde.. Wetmore, Kan. 

HuTCHiNs Inge Danville, Va. 

Joseph James Jackson Mason, Mich. 

James William Johnson Washington. 

William Heuben JonN.soN Cincinnati. 

Charles Brougham Jones Oberlin. 

Thomas H. Jones Richville, N. Y. 

LoREN WiNsoR Jordan Bucyrus. 

William C. Kitchen.. Oxford, Mich. 

Alfred MoCaskey. Sulphur Springs. 

Alvan Adams McGarry Col well. 

George Herbert Mead Oberlin. 

William Millkr Vine Ridge. 

Frkderic Myron Mitchell Peru. 

GEor.GE W. Myers Canal Fulton. 

Alphoszo Parish Olin. Leroy. 

Frank Styles Owen Catawba Island. 

Robert Aigu.st William Peter Winesburg. 

Frank Howard Plummer Chicago, 111. 

Vernon 1 1 arris Rood Oberlin. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 25 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

James Henet Sanders Madison, Ind. 

George Heset Santoed Bridgeport, Ct. 

Peier William Sr hades Elj-ria. 

Edward Adelbert Shannafelt Cassopolis. 

Charles J. Siddall Ob^rlin. 

George A. Smith New London. 

JoHX Jacob Smith Prophetstown, 111. 

John Wilson Smith Sarabsville. 

Townsend Smith Chicago. 

George Franklin Soliee Str\'ker. 

Willis Peck Speeet Tallmadge. 

Samcel Wales Stevens Windham. 

Eben BrcKiNGHAM Stceges Mansfield. 

Albert Joseph Thrasher Burton. 

Daniel Lathrop Tract Mansfield. 

Hen-rt Davis Travis West Point. 

Andrew Rollin Tressler Bryan. 

Charles Joshua Tucker Caneadea, N. Y. 

George Wells Tyler Oberlin. 

William J. Vickery Evansville, Ind. 

John Martin Vincent Elyria. 

Ch-ampion James Waring Post Mills, Vt. 

Eli Cone Williams Wauseon. 

jMalcom William Wise Pittsburg, Pa. 

Harriet Cushman ■- Mattoon, 111. 

Josephine Laura Fish Florence. 

Effie Maria Hyde Wetmore, Kan. 

Middles 89. 



JUNIOR CLASS. 

Joseph X. Amor Glenville. 

James Oscar Anderson Cleveland. 

Thomas Jefferson Archer Cardington. 

Burton J. Ashley. Marengo. 



o(j OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES 



RESIDENCES. 



Newtdn EMKitsox Bacon - - .Colebrook. 

LoiiKXZo Thomas Badies.. -- Gambler. 

Gayloud Case Bailey Cleveland. 

GKomiE Edwahd Benxingiiopp Meadville, Pcnn. 

Cti Aiii.Es Chester Boxstel Oberlin. 

I Ikzkki Ail Fkktciiek Bcyd Jelloway. 

Juiix Edward Bryan - Solsberry, Ind. 

James M. Birhans Wakeman. 

J. WiLBER Chapman Richmond, Ind. 

IIexicy Joxes Clapp Pittsfield, Mnss. 

Ei'CEXE Calvin Coulter Fowler. 

Irving Edward Dale Oberlin. 

David Crockett Fisher Oberlin. 

"Walter Ewing Foster Osborne, Kan. 

CrRTiss Leroy Fox Warren. 

"WiLLARD AsHTON FiusiEK Lockport, 111. 

James Warfield Freeman London. 

Fred E. Fuller Oneida, III. 

Wii.i.iAM IIexry Gardner Pentwater, Mich. 

James IIexry Garnett Oberlin. 

John FitAXK Gilson Middlefield. 

Arthur Hill Griffith . Richfield, N. Y. 

A RTiiuR Webster Hall Selma, Ala. 

William Henry Hanciiett.. Kaneville, 111. 

Amandus Benjamin Hanshue Mendon. 

Wii. 1,1AM I5t RToN Harrison Pagetown. 

Winfield Burton Hatch Oberlin. 

Vernon A. Herrick Chester. 

Charles C. Hershiser Washington. 

(Jeorge Hill Chiliicothe. 

EvERTox RoiJERTsoN HousTON Olivesburg. 

George Morris Huffaker Council Grove, Kan. 

Artim R Asa Jaques Oberlin. 

Amos Morei.l Kent Genoa, 

Orix James Lawrence ...Alma City, Minn. 

Frank Nichols Leavens Fairbault, Minn. 

Charles Sumner Lke Farmington. 

Samuel Morris Lewis Ottawa. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES, 

JoHX Alexander Lowrie Rochester. 

Frank Wilbur Lutz Elmore. 

Charles Francis Manter Grafton. 

George Clinton Marsh Michigan City, Ind. 

William Oscar McCurdy West Point. 

Omar Ross McWhinney Richmond, Ind. 

George William Morris Oberliu. 

George Wesley Myers Canal Fulton. 

Charles Howard North Oberlin. 

William Charles Northrop Olmsted Falls. 

Andrew Jackson Outtekside Galv-eston, Tex. 

Oliver Elwood Pagin . South Bend, Ind. 

Charles F. Pierson Mallet Creek. 

Jesse K. Pierson .Goodrich, Mich. 

John M. Pittinger Spencer. 

John Dctdley Pope Wadswortli, 111. 

Lewis Rogers Scott Wakeman. 

Charles Nelson Sheldon Euclid. 

Charles Carter Shepard Highland Park, 111. 

Hezekiah Shorter Lawrence, Kan. 

Yancy Benjamin Sims Selma, Ala. 

James Porter Smead Madison. 

Frank Emerson Smith Richville, N. Y. 

Henj{y Augusttts Smith Solon. 

Orrin Joseph Smith Oberlin. 

Frederick I-ves Stebbins Houston Creek, N. Y. 

E-\^ret Lincoln Stratton New York, N. Y. 

Erwin Clark Swartz Beaver Falls, Pa. 

Merton Edward Thompson Oberlin. 

John Charles Turner Ostrander. 

Orin Orlando Wadsworth ... River Styx. 

Beverly Byrd Watson River Styx. 

David Lucas Watson Detroit, 3Iich. 

George Clarence Wester'.'elt Oberlin. 

Herbert Eugene Wester"\^elt Oberlin. 

William Joseph Wheeler Shelby. 

Eddy Perry Wilmot Oberlin. 

Robert Clarence Wilson Slippery Rock, Pa. 



2H 



O BERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMRS. RESIDENCES. 

EicK.NK David Wi.nfiki,d Defiance. 

.M.M.coi.M \Vii,i,i.\M Wise Pittsburg, Pa. 

A.NDHKW WlTIIEUUP - OllGilin. 

.loii.N Oiti.AXDo Zeuhe Osnaburgh. 

Juniors 84:. 



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OBERLIN COLLEGE. 


29 


ENGLISH SCHOOL 


• 

a ANDREWS. 

KE.';iDENCES. 

Troy, Mo. 

Bellevue. 

Grafton. 


INSTRUCTORS. 

JAMES H. LAIRD, Principal. 
HOB ART K. PAINTER. MISS CALIST 


STUDENTS. 
GENTLEMEN. 

NAMES. 

George Bannister Abbott, 

Franklin James Aigler 

Scott Aldrich 


Leando William Bates 

Lafayette Blair ... 


Oberlin. 

Cortland. 


Isaac Newton Bowman 

Royal Burton Brackett 

Samuel Reed Bradley 

William Eugene Bragg 

William Henri Bregenzer 


..Upper Sandusky. 

Bristolville. 

Toledo. 

Troy, Mo. 

Warrensville. 


Hiram Herman Brosius Summerville, Pa. 

James L. Brown Kinderhook. 

Clark Cady South Wright, Mich. 

William Alexander Campbell Sales ville. 

John Wallace Carpenter . . North Eaton. 


Simeon Pitt Carpenter 

Elmer Ezra Carrier ... 

John Price Carruthers 

George Chandler 

Herbert Constant Chapman 

WiLKiE Chapman 

Clarence Oscar Clark 


Vermillion. 

Rochester. 

... Mansfield. 

Oberlin. 

Ridgeville. 

Huntington. 

.Springville, N. Y. 


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:M) O BERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Lewis Lorenzo Ci.akk Akron. 

J.\>iEs Meuton Clakk Elyria. 

Geokce L. Cooper Grinncll, Iowa. 

Walter IIenuy Coklett "Warrensville. 

Tiu'E L. Cr.vgin --. Lagrange. 

(iKoRC.E Russell Creiiore Slieffield. 

Lew ls IIammoxd Curl Belief ontaine. 

Joseph Edward Cuyler Avon Lake. 

I RVTNG Edward Dale Oberlin. 

John Ellfaii D.wies Pittsville. 

MiLTox Henry DeLong Copley Centre. 

John Le.wings Denham Cleveland. 

Deloraine Deforest Denman Sandusky. 

WiLLL\M F. Denman Wakeman. 

WrLLLXM N. Denman Wakeman. 

RoHERT Jasper Dennisox . Greensburg. 

Henry Atfierton Dewolf Marion. 

Charles Warren Dickens Memphis, Tenn. 

Henry Winslow Dillard Wabaunsee, Kan. 

Ernest Dunning Avon Lake. 

Wir.i.iAM Ezra Dunning Corry, Pa. 

THO.MAS DuNSTAN Calumet, :Micb. 

(Jeorge C. Eiirhard North Amherst. 

GoMER Garaldis Evaxs North Jackson. 

Charles Henry Fish Cincinnati. 

Charles Wellington Fitch ShefTeld Lake. 

Baxter Todd French Oberlin. 

Cassius Clay Frost Cardington. 

George Uriah Gale Sullivan. 

Walter Algenus Gay.. North Eaton. 

Irwin Glass Texarkana, Ark. 

Mitchell Glass Texarkana, Ark. 

Donald Francis Gibrs .Oberlin. 

Styles Justin Gillett Wayne. 

Cii a ules Johnson Goss Oberlin. 

Chaulks AiniiuR Gott Lagrange. 

Charles William Gott Lagrange. 

George Richard Griffiths.... Cincinnati. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. RESIDENXES. 

Otto Hageman Black River. 

Charles Prescott Heald Canton, 111. 

Wilson Kexip Hoover Kipton. 

Hubbard McKee Hoyt Four Corners. 

LoxjGHBURY Hutchinson Oberlin. 

Franklin Hiram Ingersoll West TTnion. 

Francis Jackson Laporle. 

Fredrick Henry Jackson Laporte. 

Clyde Burton Jameson Avon. 

George W. Johnson Ashtabula. 

Orland Wirt Johnson Marion. 

Leonard Bishop Jones Pentield. 

Theodore Albert Kane Corydon. 

Zachariah Kitchen Spencer. 

Henry Bernhart Kuechmann Brownhelm. 

Leonard William Ladd Weston. 

John Rufus Lees Eden. 

Alphonso Lindsley Penfield. 

Edward Lorin Loomis Scotch Ridge. 

William Cleveland Manuel Olmsted Falls. 

Charles McDonald East Clarksficld. 

Charles Augustus McFarland Solon. 

Frank Elwood McKellogg North Fairfield. 

George Chapin Moody Woodburj^ 111. 

William Gibson Mui^yan ^ Charleston. 

Orlo Clayton Nelson Olmsted. 

Allen Mason Nichols North Eaton. 

Luther Herbert Nichols Twinsburg. 

William Henry Oakes Brecksville. 

Ira Allen Pease Lagrange. 

Howard Penfield .Penfield. 

William Henry Penn Ironton. 

Edward Arthur Pierce, Warren. 

Edwin Thompson Pierce Medina. 

Mason Riley Powell Norwich. 

George Foster Prentiss Windham, Yt. 

George Reber Sandusky. 

James Augustus Reed Vanatta. 



32 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. KESIDENCES. 

(Jkouc.e Hii.i.^iON Reeves Cleveland. 

Jonx Snow Heynolds - WasUinglon, D. C. 

Kkancis Noktox Rhodes Oberlin. 

TuoM.vs Hii.EY. . . - - Elyria. 

C'lr.vui.Es Robinson Helena, Ky. 

Wii.i.i.v.M Newton Robinson. - - Kenton. 

M.vNi.ius RooEUs. .. Brookfield, Da. Ter. 

Clayton John Rood Berlin Heights. 

Ch.\ ules Addison Root Adrian, Mich. 

Charles Giddings Sakford Avoca, la. 

Louis Schieu Cleveland. 

Solomon Shawueh Wapakoneta. 

Edwaud Hamilton Sheafer Canal Fulton. 

AucHiE Powell Singer, Oberlin. 

Joseph Cyrus Smith Fremont. 

Lauren Smith Nova. 

Calvin Solether Jerry Cit J^ 

Wilson Soletiieu Jerry City. 

Charles Oscar Stahl Fremont. 

Charles Fremont Stebbins Houghton Creek, N. Y. 

Horatio Nelson Stephenson Euclid. 

Oliver Wilkins Stoughton McChandlcrs, (ia. 

Frank Wa kken Streator Oberlin. 

WiLBUK John Swartz Beaver Falls, Pa. 

Henry Spencer Swift i Calumet, Mich. 

Richard Jackson Temple Vicksburg, Miss. 

Ekwin TEiuiELL Ridgeville. 

George Sylvanus Thomas Greenwich. 

Riun Howard Thompson Shawville. 

CiiAKLEs Tucker .., Elyria. 

Edward Leonidas Vaughan _Peaksville. 

George C. Waite Lagrange. 

James Edward Wallace. Elyria. 

RicuAui) Wallace.... ..Copper Falls, Mich. 

Thaddeus Winfried Waring Oberlin. 

Clarence Wertzbaugiier Plaintield, 111. 

Anson Olivkr West Pittsiield. 

Fked Clark West Pittsfield. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 33 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Frais-k White. "Wickliffe. 

John Oscar White - . -Oberlin. 

George Whitney Lawrence, Kau. 

Otis James Whitney Pittsfield. 

William Wight . Oberlin. 

Don Bertrand AVilmott . ...St. Paul, Minn. 

WiLLL\M Edmond Wilkins Glrard. 

Lewis Wiltse . . . . Oberlin. 

Shepakd Wood ........ ^ Sycamore, 111. 

Eliphalet Bennia Woodworth Irwin. 

Clinton Wyeth . . New Way. 

Gentlemen H7- 



LADIES. 

Alta S. Adams - - -Oberlin. 

Caeeie Elizabeth Andrews Romeo, Mich. 

Mary Eva Andrus Oberlin. 

Josephine Armstrong Rochester. 

Lillie Josephixe Armstrong Winchester, Ind. 

Elma B abcock Rochester. 

Florence Estelle Bacon' , Oberlin. 

Emma Eliza Barnard Oberlin. 

Elizabeth Ann Barnes Wakemau. 

Mary Barnes Fitchvllle. 

Onie a. Barrett Clarkstield. 

Sarah E. Barrett ...Marion. 

Nancy Elizabeth Bates Belle%'ue. 

Kate Baum New Philadelphia. 

Mary Ellen Beams Selina. 

Louise Bazin Oberlin. 

Lucy Melvina Boles. . .. Brecksville. 

Julia Catherine Booth Corpus Christi, Texas. 

Margaret Delia Bourne . Brecksville. 

Melva Melinda Bowen Mallet Creek. 

Mattie Bowman Upper Sandusky. 

3 



;u OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

EuNMCE Millie Boyd Jelloway. 

BLAXcnE BiucKEN Kinsman. 

Bettie Amelia Bradford. Port Gibson. Miss. 

Eliza Maria Breck Brecksville. 

AcRiLLA May Briggs.. New London. 

Sarah Emily Brows Fredericktown. 

Jennie Eliza Buckland ...Hartford, Conn. 

Lin A Amelia Burt. Akron. 

Sarah Ann Butson. Oberlin. 

Alice Maria Carter — Sheffield. 

LoriSE Smead Carter .- Sheffield. 

LiLLiE Dill Case Avon Lake. 

Hattie Inez Chadwick Fairport, N. Y. 

Grace Churchward Oberlin. 

SoPHRONiA Clague Dover. 

Mattie Cochran Marion. 

Elizabeth A. Cochrane Twinsburg. 

Ella Sarah Cole Mantua. 

Nellie Louise Cole Sparta, Wis. 

Mary Alice Collier Owosso, Mich. 

Fannie Maria Compton Collamer. 

Lulu Cook Detroit, Mich. 

Sophie May Corlett Toledo. 

Cora Belle Cotton Elyrla. 

LoD Frazek Cowan Sidney. 

Ella Platt Coxhead Oakland, Cal. 

Adell Virginia Ceandall Portville, N. Y. 

Mary Caroline Creegan York, Neb. 

May Alice Crittenden. Oberlin. 

Allie a. Crockett ... Napoleon. 

Hattie Clarissa Crooker... Ashtabula 

Hattie Ccrry Oberlin. 

Jennie E. Davis Vermillion. 

LoNA Metta Davis.. North Eaton. 

LiLLiE Sophia Day Sheffield. 

Edith May Dayton... Oberlin. 

Nellie Cordelia Denman .Wakeman. 

Josephine Derr Sharon. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 35 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Belina Etta Edie New Philadelphia. 

Mary Ellis Ceylon. 

Lois Isabelle Ejimons Kidgeville. 

Emma Irene Ernsberger Watervliet, Mich. 

Ella Jones Farrar Oberlin. 

Mary Etta Feiil Marseilles. 

Emma Ajianda Fitch Lyndon, 111. 

Minnie Agnes Fitzgerald Mountain Ash, Eng. 

Florence Eugenia Gage Olmsted. 

Emma Adelaide Gillespie Milwaukee, Wis. 

Agnes Goss Oberlin. 

Alice Dean Gray Avon Lake. 

Mary Jane Green Oberlin. 

Lizzie Sarah Gurney Chester Cross Roads. 

Mary Ellen Gurney. Chester Cross Roads. 

Myra Adella Hale Oberlin. 

Clara Hall East Rockport. 

Martha R. Hanchett Twinsburg. 

Susan Ellen Handyside. La Grange. 

Ella Serena Haskins .Canaan. 

Alice Mary Heald Canton, 111. 

Myra Amelia Hecock Elyria. 

Selina Ann Hicks Danville. 

Anna Louise Hine Painesville. 

Hattie Louise Hinnman Ravenna. 

Lydia Ann Hollister Hancock, Mich. 

Charlotte Louise Howard Lisle, 111. 

Hattie Maria Howk Penfleld. 

Jennie Lind Hunter Charlestown. 

LiLLiE Edora Jackson Greensburg. 

Susie Elvina James Austin, Texas. 

Ella Jamison Oberlin. 

Clara Belle Johnson Port Clinton. 

Ida Belle Johnson Ripley. 

Ida Jane Jones Oberlin. 

Eleronia Harriet Joslin Pueblo, Col. 

Ida May Kelly Crawfordsville, Ind. 

LiNA KiNSiNGER Oberlin. 



30 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. 



RESIDENCES. 



Minnie Kinsixger - Oberlin. 

Jenxie Kocu Oberlin. 

Neitie De P:lla Langstox. AVashingtoii, D. C. 

AxxA Demoht Lixton. Nelson. 

Kttie Mandeuvili.E-- Camden. 

Lizzie Maid Mars Sheffield Lake. 

Ella Marsh --- La Rue. 

Mary McClelland Oberlin. 

Maijy Clark McClelland Newcastle, Penn. 

Jennie Belle McIlrath -. North Amherst. 

Mary McKinxey Columbia, S. C, 

Ena Jane Mead New London. 

Jennie Belle Mead East Saginaw, Mich. 

]Martiia Thomas ]\Ieans Oberlin. 

Elizabeth Etherixgtox ]\Ieek Will's Creek. 

Laura Melinda Minier Oberlin. 

Belle ]Moox Avon. 

Maggie Munhollen Sullivan. 

Carrie Anna Munsox Oberlin. 

Minnie Emily Murry Plainfield, 111. 

Mamie Joan Nelson . _ .Shalersville. 

Celie Joan Nichols Twinsburg. 

Cora Maria Nichols \ Faribault, Minn. 

Kate Ann Nichols Twinsburg. 

Anna Palmer .Napoleon. 

Maggie Ann Paton Almont, Mich. 

Mary Louise Patterson Flint, Mich. 

Ca kuie Cole Phelps Oberlin. 

Elnora Helen Porter Catawba Island. 

Sarah Ann Porter ." Catawba Island. 

Sarah Elizabeth Prinule Fremont. 

Bessie Radcliff Briohton. 

Flora IIattie Randall Columbus, Wis. 

Eliza L.\vinia Reed Twinsburo-. 

IIattie Elizabeth Reed Strongsville. 

BiA.NCA Jane Reese Canaan. 

Mauv Ellen Reese Canaan. 

Helen Clara Rk.nuarlt .Granville, 111. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 37 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

]\rAY Richards Nova. 

Louise Lucy Robbixs Lsi Grange. 

Mary Yaxakman Rockwood Obevlin. 

Rebecca Eliz-Ujetii RoiiBBAcnER Sandusky. 

JcsEPHixE RoLLiN" Ridgcville. 

Emma Jane RosECRA^'s Oberlin. 

Mary Catherine Rothrock Copley. 

Anna Frances Ryder Sterling, III. 

Jennie Lansdale Sawyer Belle vue. 

Harriet Elizabeth Schria^er Marseilles. 

Jennie Searle Berkshire. 

JosiE Senter Columbus. 

Alice Sophronia Sheldon . .Whittlesey. 

Belle Phebe Sheldon Avon Lake. 

3L\RY Lovina Sibley Prophet's Town. 

Anna Tolman Singer Oberlin. 

Clara Elizabeth Smith Bellevue. 

Ella Mary Smith Garrettsville. 

Emma Belle Smith Woodville. 

]\LvRi0N Georgett Smith CoUamer. 

Minnie Le Compt Smith Leavenworth, Kan. 

Anna Henrietta Springborn CoUamer. 

Cora Maria Squire Oberlin.. 

Myra Stevens Windham. 

Sarah Elmina Stevens Windham. 

Minnie Louise Stratton New York City. 

Elmina Mary Tennant Kipton. 

Celia Allura Titus Volney, Iowa. 

Hannah Titus Avon Lake. 

May Trodden Andover, Mass. 

Fannie Jane Turnt^r Faribault, Minn. 

Mary Frances Van D eren Mattoon, 111. 

Mary Eliza Walker North Amherst. 

LoviNiA Jane Wallace Cleveland. 

3Iary Edith Ward Willoughby. 

Emma Matilda Warner Oberlin. 

Anna E. Welch Elyria. 

^IiNNiE M. Welch Elj-ria. 



88 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Bertie Matilda Wehrmeistkr Brownhelra. 

Claka S. Werden Pittsfield. 

Flora Elizabeth Whedon Oberlin. 

Agnes White.- Willoughby. 

Lillie Adeliise White Willoughby. 

Victoria White ---- Willoughby. 

Bertie Wile? Oberlin. 

Betsey Ann Wilford Coe Ridge. 

Blanche Dellzetta Williams Corry, Perm. 

Mary Willey Oberlin. 

Alice Nancy Wilmot Claridon. 

Emma Jane Woodworth Collins. 

Ladies - - 185. 




FACULTY. 



JAMES H. ^AIRCHILD, President. 

FENELON B. RICE, Director. 

CALVIN B. CADY. JAMES R. SEVERANCE. FRANK M. DAVIS. 

L. CELESTIA WATTLES. HELEN M. RICE. 



STUDENTS. 



GENTLEMEN. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Frederick Martin Allen Mansfield. 

Samuel Davis Allen Newcastle, Pa. 

Charles William Bennett Black Earth, Wis. 

Willie Bentley Geneva. 

Ernest William Blake North Amherst. 

Samuel Horace Blakeslee Oberlin. 

William Fremont Blackman Kirksville, Mo. 

Wilfred Eugene Boughton Alexandria, Va. 

Frank Arthur Breck Parker City, Pa. 

Addison Montgomery Brinsmade Oberlin. 

Hiram Hermon Brosius Summerville, Pa. 

Lyman Willard Burr Oberlin. 

OswiN Cannan Camden. 

Charles Nathaniel Chadbourn Rochester, Minn. 

Clarence Warner Cooke Sandwich Islands. 

John Joseph Crawley Tuscola, 111. 

Ralph Blymer Day Oberlin. 

Burt Erastus Deyo Oberlin. 

Cladius Buchanan French Oberlin. 



40 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

EzKA Gesaman North Lawrence. 

George Gesaman North Lawrence. 

Stiles Justin Gillet Liudenville. 

George Smith Griffith Albany. 

George Richard Griffiths Cincinnati. 

Charles Martin Hall Oberlin. 

William Abram Henry Oberlin. 

EvERTON Robertson Houston Oliversburg. 

Syltanus Converse Huntington Pulaski, N. Y. 

John Calvin Irwin Ivera. 

Clyde Burton Jameson Avon. 

Arthur Asa Jaques Oberlin. 

Sherman Newton Kellogg - - Claridon. 

Rudolph Leutzinger Netstall, Switzerland. 

Charles Bebee Martin Oberlin. 

Samuel McConaughy Penfield. 

Jerome Dolson Mills Canton, 111. 

Charles Walthall Morrison Freestone. 

Oscar Burnham Moss Zanesville. 

Robert William Moysey Kelly's Island. 

HoBART Kingsbury Painter . Oberlin. 

Charles Samuel Penfield - Bucyrus. 

Jesse K. Pierson Goodrich, Mich. 

Hablan Page Roberts Oberlin. 

William Newton Robinson Kenton . 

DeWitt Nathan Rosecrans Oberlin. 

John Christopher Scheffler Wolcottville, Ind. 

Oliver Stillman Snow. Avon. 

Edgar George Sweet Avon. 

Benjamin Thompson _ Urbana. 

Nathan Ciiauncy Underhill New London. 

Perry Weed Saugatuck, Mich. 

Stanley Ernest Wilmot Claridon. 

Mathias Witner Akron. 

Shephard Hamlin Wood Sycamore, 111. 

Wilder Mack Wooster Decatur, Mich. 

Gentlemen 55. 



O BERLIN COLLEGE. 41 

LADIES. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Augusta Janette Adams Huron. 

Hattie Irene Alexander Cleveland. 

Carrie Elizabetu Andrews Romeo, JMich. 

Florence Estelle Bacon Obeilin. 

Nina Ruth Bacon Oberlin. 

Sarah A. Barker St. Johns, Mich. 

E.MMA Barnhart Seville. 

Julia Mary Barnard Oberlin. 

Aurie Victorine Barnes Austinburg. 

Mary Emular Bigelow Toledo. 

Ida Bevington Blakeslee Oberlin. 

Melya Melinda Bowen Mallet Creek. 

Blanche Charlotte Brackin Kinsman. 

Ellen Laurette Branch Grand Ledge, Mich. 

Anna M. Brandon -Petrolia, Pa. 

Lucy Eveline Brown Oberlin. 

Esther Buckingham Newark. 

May Tella Bunker Carthage. 

Mary Elizabeth Bushnell Oberlin. 

Mary Esther Campbell Kipton. 

Mary Butler Carter Columbus. 

Katherine Case Milan. ' 

Laura Ellen Case Plymouth. 

Hattie Inez Ciiadwick Fairport, N. Y. 

Belle Esther Chamberlain Chicago, 111. 

Ella Durand Churchill Oberlin. 

Grace Goodrich Churchward Bcrca. 

Harriet A. Clark Elyria. 

Harriet Amelia Cole Columbia. 

Zella Coleman, West Williamsfield. 

Mary P.ingham Collins Shannon, 111. 

Mary Levina Colyin Clyde. 

Ida May Comstock Oberlin. 

Linnie Elyira Conrad North East, Pa. 

Clara Fannie Cook Elton, N. Y. 

Ella Platt Coxhead. Oakland, Cal. 

Martha Jane Culter Florid, 111. 



42 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Maijy Inez Curtis North Fairfield. 

Maky Edith Davis Dublin. 

Anna Maria Day Sheffield. 

Fannie Day Oberlin. 

Belle Salome Deyo Oberlin. 

Ada Minerva Dresser Schuyler, Neb. 

Anna Isabel Dugot Oberlin. 

Carolyn Elizabeth Eldred Olmsted. 

Julia Iola Elmore Lenox. 

Ev'A Emmons Elyria. 

Harriet Fames Ensign Williams Centre. 

Sarah Jane Evans Oberlin. 

Carrie L. Everett Sharon, Mich. 

Josephine Hortense Farrar London. 

Mary Etta Fehl Marseilles. 

Emma Amanda Fitch Lyndon, 111. 

Antoinette Clatpoole Flowers Columbus. 

Elizabeth Ida Ford Ruggles. 

Allie E. Gager Oberlin. 

Ida Weston Gardner New Hampton, Iowa. 

Ella Jane Gilchrist Oberlin. 

Jessie Blanche Goddard Elk Rapids, Mich. 

Ellen Electa Grannis Oberlin. 

Jessie Augusta Graves Florence. 

Mary Eliza Guinell Oberlin. 

Ida May Hadden.-. Cleveland. 

Julia Brainard Hall Oberlin. 

Christiana Hargrave , .Oberlin. 

Delia Eliza Harris Evansville, AVis.' 

Annie Elizabeth Harter Crawfordsville, Ind. 

Georgia Etta Harvey... Merom, Ind. 

Nettie Elmina Hawley .- .Mankato, Minn. 

Anna Ruth Hayes Oberlin. 

Alice Mary Heald Canton, 111. 

ViRoiNiA Henry Oberlin. 

Hattie IIildreth Hester Havana. 

Anna Euretiia Hickok Fitchville. 

LiLLiE Leroy Hickox Lo(Ji 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 43 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Okrill Virginia Hill. Flint, Mich. 

Rosalie Barbara Hille Batli, N. Y. 

Anna Maria Hopper Grand Blanc, Mich. 

Jennie Hossler Greenwich. 

Cora Lillian Howard Faribault, Minn. 

Sarah Louisa Hudson Oberlin. 

Alice Adelia Huff Iowa City, Iowa. 

Maria Adelaide Hull Oberlin. 

Lucy Phelps Hurlbut Danville, Iowa. 

Ella Flora Jackson Hicksville. 

Lillian Josephine Jacques Hudson, jVIich. 

Clara Belle Johnson Port Clinton. 

Mary Cornelia Johnson Oberlin. 

Anna Darling Kelley Boise City, Idaho. 

Ida May Kelley Crawf ordsville, Ind. 

Lepha Abbie Kelsey Oberlin. 

Susan Kendall Cavendish, Vt. 

Lina Kinsinger Oberlin. 

Minnie Kinsinger Oberlin. 

Mary Kirk Canal Fulton. 

Jennie Koch Oberlin. 

Laura Ellen Lash Polk. 

Martha Elizabeth Lawson Dixon, 111. 

Mattie Leith Nevada. 

Evalyn Buckingham Lewis Newark. 

Anna Delight Linton Nelson. 

Flora Maria Loud Romeo, Mich. 

Alveola May' Luse Clyde. 

Lena Lyon. . Elyria. 

Mary Ella Manley Oberlin. 

Hattie Edith Manville Elyria. 

Etta May Marsh La Rue. 

Ella Marshall Auburn. 

Amelia Thorp Martin Oberlin. 

Rebecca Massey . Oberlin. 

Sarah Elizabeth Mattice Benzonia, Mich. 

Susanna McKee Warsaw. 

Grace Gertrude McKinley' Jamestown, Pa. 



44 O BERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Alice Edwards Mead Oberlin. 

Annie Janes Mead West Cornwall, Vt. 

Ida Louisa Miller Grant City, Iowa. 

Olive Phelps Miller Grant Citj% Iowa. 

a\lARY Catherine Monroe Oberlin. 

Ettie Mooers North Ridgeville. 

Minnie Moore Sheffield Lake. 

Cecelia Sarah Morfoot Oberlin. 

Mary Joanna Morgan. . ... - - Oberlin. 

Minnie May Mosher Brighton. 

Mary Augusta Munson Bucyrus. 

Fannie N. Nelson Olmsted. 

Mary Jane Nettleton Oberlin. 

Gertrude Newcomer Shannon, 111. 

Flora Elizabeth Newton Oberlin. 

Cora Maria Nichols Faribault, Minn. 

Jennie Maria O'Reilley Marysville. 

Carrie Amelia Osborne Newburg. 

Mary Permelia Paddock Elyria. 

Marion Eva Park Oberlin. 

Mary Helen Parker Marine City, Mich. 

May Garfield Parks Oberlin. 

Ida Melissa Parmenter Vermontville, Mich. 

Flora Lucinda Partridge Marysville. 

Margaret Ann Paton Almont, Mich. 

Mary Cowles Penpield Oberlin. 

Ella Pp:ters Penfield. 

Elnora Helen Porter Catawba Island. 

Helen Elizabeth Porter Fairmount, Neb. 

Sarah Ann Porter Catawba Island. 

Amelia Naomi Reed Oberlin. 

Mary Lucinda Regal Oberlin. 

Helen Clara Reinhart Granville, 111. 

Clara Lilius Rice Greensburg. 

Alice May Ring Union Wis. 

Elouise Robbins La Grange. 

Ella Roe Madison. 

Frances Reynolds Roe Zanesville. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 45 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Helen Eliza Rood Oberlin. 

Annie Frances Ryder Sterling, 111. 

EvALiNE Sarah Samson Jasper, N. Y. 

Frances Abbie Sampson Penfield. 

Bertha Carrie Scheidler Cleveland. 

Mary Emma Scott Kossuth, Iowa. 

Laura Evaline Seaver Ashtabula. 

Josephine Senter Columbus. 

Flora Irene Severance Bellevue. 

Mary Anna Sheffield Napoleon. 

Clara Frances Sherman Elyria. 

Amanda Jane Shrom. Wooster. 

Anna Tolman Singer Oberlin. 

Rxjth Genevive Slayton Coshocton. 

Edna Alice Smith Oberlin. 

Etta Augusta Smith - Solon. 

Frances Lathrop Smith Romeo, Mich. 

Henrietta Graves Smith Worthington, ]\Iinn. 

Mary Emma Smith Romeo, Mich. 

Nettie Esther Smith Oberlin. 

Lucy Lydia Snow Avon. 

Jane Snyder Oberlin. 

Clorinda Margaret Spear Aurora, 111. 

Keren Francenia Spellman Edinburg. 

Julia Spaulding Oberlin. 

Coi! A Maria Squire. . . Oberlin. 

Marcia Stewart Colorado Springs, Col. 

Carrie Georgia St. John Oberlin. 

Mary Frances Stone Hillsdale, ]\Iicb. 

Emma Clara Swift Minerva. 

Charlotte Bessie Taylor Pleasantville, Pa. 

Ada Estelle Thomas Hartland. 

Carrie Estelle Thomas Madison. 

Ida Jane Tomlinson Williams Centre. 

Lillian Gertrude Towslee --- Lodi. 

LuciNA Senora Twichell Pulaski, N. Y. 

LiLLiA Adelaide Van Gorder New London. 

Charlotte Jane Yiets Oberlin. 



46 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. RESIDENXES. 

Della Josephine Waite Eddytown, K Y. 

Ella Frances Webster Red Wing, Minn. 

Emma Castle West Aurora, 111. 

Alice Mary WniTEiiEAD Pataskala. 

Charlotte Lydia Wilbor Oberlin. 

Nettie Ileone Wilcox -- -Hutchinson, Kan. 

Stella Henrietta Wilcox Richfield. 

Hattie Celestine Williams Oberlin. 

Caroline M. Wilson... Centreville, Pa. 

A BRIE Bartlett Woolworth Sandusky. 

Sarah Augusta Worcester Oberlin. 

Carrie Electa Wright Oberlin. 

Ladies 201, 





SitiuiiiiHruu 


13 
. 13 
.. l(i 

42 

. 125 
. 2T 
152 

4 
. 124 
128 

. 34 

. 18 

52 

VT. 

. 225 
. 10 
235 

147 
. 185 
332 

55 
. 201 
256 


I. DEPARTMENT OF THEOLOGY. 


Middles 








II. 
Seniors 


DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSPHY AND THE ARTS 

1. CLASSICAL AND SCIENTIFIC COURSE 

22 

39 


Sophomon s 
Frei*hmeu. . . 

Fourth Year 
Third Year. 
Second Year 
First Year . 

Gentlemen.. 
Ladies 


41 Gentlemen 

. 50 Ladies 


2. LITERARY COURSE. 

27 

35 

.33 Gentlemen 

33 Ladies ... 

3. IN SELECT STUDIES. 




III. 

Seniors 

Middles 

Juniors 

Gentlemen . 


DEPARTMENT OF PREPARATORY INSTRUCTIO: 

1. CLASSICAL SCHOOL. 
62 

89 Gentlemen 

84 Ladles 

2. ENGLISH SCHOOL. 


Ladies 




Gentlemen . 
Ladies 


IV. CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC. 


T 


otal 


1197 


Deducting those reckoned twice 


97 


Whole Number (f Gentlemen 

Whole Number of Ladies 


607 
493 


Corrected Total 




.. 1100 







^ 




DEPARTMENT OF THEOLOGY. 



The Departmekt of Theology is designed, primarily, to prepare 
young men for the Christian ministry. Any others who desire the advant- 
ao-es of theoloffical studv are received to its classes on such terms as the 
Faculty may prescribe. 

Ai)plicants for admission to the Regular Course are expected to furnish 
satisfactory evidence of moral character, and of such scholarship as will 
enable them successfully to pursue this course. Students from other 
Theological Seminaries are admitted ad eundem., on presenting a regular 
dismission; and persons may be admitted to advanced standing in any of 
the classes on satisfactory examination in the studies already pursued by 
those classes. 

The Terms and Vacations are the same in all Departments of the 
College, and will be found in the Calendar. 

Council Hall, the building devoted to the exclusive uses of this De- 
partment, provides completely furnished rooms for about fifty students, 
with no charge for room rent, and but a small incidental fee. In assigning 
these rooms the preference will always be given to those who have the 
work of the ministry in view. Students in Theology incur no expense for 
tuition, for the use of the Library or of public rooms. Other expenses 
will vary according to the personal habits and tastes of each student. 

Aid is afforded by the American and the Ohio Education Societies to 
such .students as are preparing for the ministry. The Seminary has also a 
special fund for tlie aid of students, from which several may receive a 
partial sup[)ort. 

The Classical and English Schools furnish employment for experienced 
teachers, at reasonable compensation. After the completion of the first 
term of the middle year, students arc permitted to supply vacant pulpits in 
the vicinity, as the opportunity may offer. During the Winter Vacation 
all the students may engage in preaching or other religious work, as 
Churches or Home Missionary Societies call for their services. With 
rea.sonable pi'udence and economy any student may pursue his course 
without interruption or embarrassment. 

Candidates for admission to the Junior Class must present evidence of 
graduation from some College, or of such scholarship as will enable them 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 49 



to enter upon the course with profit. Those who do not bring a Diploma 
will be examined in Greek, English and Rhetoric, Modern History, Mental 
and floral Philosophy. 

JUNIOR YEAR. 

Hebrew- — Elements and Exegesis; Greek — Harmony of the Gospels; 
Natural Theology; History, Homiletics; Elocution; especial prominence 
being given to the Departments of Greek and Hebrew Exegesis. 

MIDDLE YEAR. 

Revealed Theology; Homiletics; History; Exegesis of Selections from 
the New Testament, with Lectures in Biblical Theology; Exegesis of Se- 
lections from the Old Testament, with Lectures on the Messianic Prophe- 
cies and Biblical Introduction; Elocution; especial prominence being given 
to the Department of S\'stemalic Theology. 

SENIOR YEAR. 

History and Positive Institutions; Homiletics and Pastoral Theology; 
Exegesis of Selections from the New Testament, with Lectures; Exegesis 
of Selections from the Old Testament, with Lectures; Elocution; especial 
prominence being given to the Departments of Homiletics and History. 

L E C T U R E S . 

Special Courses of Lectures are provided for upon Biblical Introduc- 
tion, Church Polity, and other subjects. 

Rhetorical. Exercises, consisting of the reading of original essays, 
the deliver}- of original addresses, written ar.d unwritten, and tlie extem- 
l)oraneous discussion of questions occur weekly, in which the members of 
all the classes particijiate in succession. Special prominence is given to 
extemporaneous speaking, or tlie deliver}^ of thoughts prepared but not 
written and committed to memory. 

Some are plainly called to the work of the ministrv who have not had 
the advantage of a classical education, and for special reasons are not able 
to acquire it. These will be admitted to the Department and permitted to 
take the Regular Course, with the exception of the Hebrew and Greek 
Exegesis, provided the)' are found, on examination, to be capable of doing 
so with profit. The same general preparation is expec),ed of this class of 
students as is required of those who enter the Regular Course, Greek 
excepted. 

Instruction in Biblical Exegesis as a substitute for the Hebrew and 
Greek of the Regular Course will be provided. 

Upon the completion of the course thus modified, students will receive 
the usual Diploma of the Department, without a Degree. 

*4 



oO OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY AND THE ARTS. 



CLASSICAL AND SCIENTIFIC COURSE. 

Candidates for admission to the Freshman Class are examined in tlic 
common English Branches ; the Grammar of the Latin and Greek Languages ; 
Caesar, one Book; Sallust's Catiline; four of Cicero's Select Orations; Vir- 
gil's ^Eneid, five Books; Harkness' Latin Prose Composition, Parts First 
and Second; Xenophon's Anabasis, three Books; Homer's Iliad, two Books; 
Olney's School Algebra, or an equivalent; Olney's Plane Geometry; Ancient 
History; English Analj^sis; History of the United States; and Alden's 
Science of Government. 

Candidates for a higher standing are examined in the same, and also in 
the studies previously pursued by the class to which they desire admission. 

No admission to the Senior class is allowed later than the beginning of 
the second term. 

Elective Studies.— During the Sophomore and Junior and the first 
term of the Senior years, four studies are assigned to each term. Each 
student is required to elect three of these. 

The Annual Examinations for admission to C'oUege for 1877, will occur 
July 3()th, 31st and August 1st; also September 4th, at 9 o'clock, in No. 18 
Society Hall. 

FRESHMAN CLASS. 

FiKST Term Livy Stuart. 

Xenophon's Memorabilia Robbins. 

Greek Prose Composition. 

Algebra Olney. 

Second Term Horace Chase. 

Lysias. 

Greek Prose Composition. 

Solid and Spherical Geometry Olney. 

Third Term Cicero's De Senectute Crowell. 

Herodotus Mather. 

German AVhitney. 

Plane and Spherical Trigonometry Olney. 

SOPHOMORE CLASS. 

First Term .... Cicero and Tacitus. 

Homer's Odyssey Merry. 

German Whitney. 

General Geometry and Calculus , Olney. 



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Second Term . 


. . Greek Tragedy. 




French Robertson . 


Mechanics Ohnsted. 




Evidences of Christianity — Rhetoric. 


Third Term. . . 


.Greek Tragedy. 




German. 




Natural Philosophy Olmsted. 




Botany Gray. 




JUNIOR CLASS. 


First Term.. 


Juvenal and Plautus. 








Astronomy Olmsted. 






Second Term.. 


.Demosthenes' De Corona. 




Descriptive Geometry and Mechanical Drawing. 




Chemistrj- — Lectures. 




Zoology Nicholson. 


Third Term. ,. 


Tacitus' History. 




Civil Engineering and Navigation. 




Butler's Analogy. 








Modern History — Lectures. 




SENIOR CLASS. 


First Term .... 


. Plato's Pha;do Wagner. 




Mental Philosophy Porter. 




Mineralogy and Blowpipe Analysis — Lectures and 




Laboratory Practice. 




Physiology — Lectures. 


Second Term . . 


Geologj' ..Dana. 




Mental Philosophy— Lectures. 




English Literature Bascom. 




Moral Philosophy Fairchild. 


Third Term. 






Political Economy Mill. 








LITERARY COURSE. 


Candidatefe 


for admission to tlie First year are examined in Englisli 


Grammar and 


Analysis ; Arithmetic ; Olney's School Algebra, or an 


equivalent ; Latin Grammar and Latin Reader; Harkness' Latin Prose 


Composition, Part First; Ridpath's History of the United States; Geo- 


graphy. 




Candidates 


for advanced cla.sses will be examined in the previous 


studies of the 


course. 




FIRST YEAR. 


First Term ... 


. Algebra Olney. 




Csesar Stuart. 




Physical Geography. 




Linear Drawing. 



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Second Term Geometry Olney. 

Cicero's Orations Stuart. 

History of Rome Smith. 

I'hikl) rp-KM. .. Geometry Olney. 

Cicero's Orations Stuart. 

Science of Government • • Alden. 

SECOND YEAR. 

FiKST Term Plane and Spherical Trigonometry Olney. 

Virgil Chase. 

Outlines of History Freeman. 

Second Ter.m Mechanics Olmsted. 

French or Virgil. 

Evidences of Christianity — Rhetoric. 
I'hird Term Botany Gray. 

French or Sallust. 

Natural Philosophy Olmsted. 

THIRD YEAR. 

First Term Astronomy (Mmsted. 

German . Whitney. 

Logic Jevon. 

Second Term ...Chemistry — Lectures. 

Zoology Nicholson. 

German Whitney. 

Third Term Butler's Analogy. 

German. 

Analysis of English Classics. 

Modern History — Lectures. 

FOURTH YEAR. 

First Term Mental Philosophy Porter. 

Physiology — Lectures. 

History of Civilization Guizot. 

Second Term ...Mental Philosophy— English Literature. 

Moral Philosophy Fairchild. 

Geology Dana. 

Third Term PoUtical Economy Mill. 

Lectures on Art. 

English Literature — Rhetoric. 



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DEPARTMENT OF PREPARATORY INSTRUCTION. 



CLASSICAL SCHOOL. 

The Classical Prepakatory School is under the same general su- 
pervision with the other Departments, and under the immediate direction 
and management of the Principal. The members of this School are sub- 
ject to the same regulations as other students in the College. It is designed 
to prepare students for the Classical and Scientific Course in the Depart- 
ment of Philosophy and the Arts. 

The Senior and Middle Classes are taught by the Principal and Tutors; 
the Junior Class by teachers selected from the students in Theology and 
the liigher Classes in Philosophy and the Arts. 

To enter the Junior Class, students will be examined in English Gram- 
mar through Syntax, Arithmetic thvough Percentage, and the Elements of 
Geography. Candidates for a higher standing will be examined in the 
studies previously pursued by the class to which they desire admission. 

JUNIOR CLASS. 

First Term Latin Grammar and Reader .... Harkness. 

English Grammar Harvey. 

Geography Colton. 

Second Ter.m . .. Latin Reader Harkness. 

English Analysis (jreene. 

History of the L^nited States Ridpath. 

'I'Hiku Tekm Latin Reader Harkness. 

Latin Prose Composition to Part II Harkne.ss. 

History of the United States, Ridpath. 

.Arithmetic AVhite. 

MIDDLE CLASS. 

First Term Casar, one Book Stuart. 

Latin Prose Composition to Lesson 54 H arkness. 

Greek Grammar '... Hadley. 

Science of (jovernment Alden. 

Second Ter.m ...Cicero, two Orations Stuart. 

Latin Prose Composition to Lesson 68 Harkness. 

Greek, Grammar and Anabasis Boise. 

History' of Rome Smith. 

Thikd Term Cicero, two Orations Stuart. 

Latin Prose Composition to Part III Harkness. 

Anabasis Boise. 

History of f Greece .Smith. 

SENIOR CLASS. 

FiRsr Term Virgil, two Books Chase. 

Anabasis Boise. 

Algebra Olney. 



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Second Term ...Virgil, three Books Chase. 

Anabasis completed Boise. 

Greek Prose Composition Boise. 

Algebra Olney. 

Third Term ....Sallust's Conspiracy of Catiline Stuart. 

Homer's Iliad, two Books Boise. 

Plane Geometry Olney. 

Other text books than those specified are not allowed in the recitation 
room. Lessons in the English Bible and Rhetorical Exercises weekly, 
through the course. 

ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

The English Preparatory School is under the same general super- 
vision with the other Departments, and under the immediate direction and 
management of the Principal. The members of this School are subject to 
the same regulations as other students in the College. It is especiallj'' 
designed to prepare students for the Literary Course in the Department of 
Philosophy and the Arts. All the English branches are taught in this 
School usually taught in High Schools and Academies. No students are 
admitted who have not advanced as far as Fractions in Arithmetic. 

The classes are taught by the PrinciiKii and Tutors, and by teachers 
selected from the students in Theology and the higher Classes in 
Philosophy and the Arts. 

To enter the Senior Class, students will be examined in English Gram- 
mar through Syntax, Arithmetic and Geography. 

SENIOR CLASS. 

First Term Algebra Olney. 

Latin Grammar Harkness. 

Latin Reader Harkness. 

English Analysis Greene. 

Second Ter.m Algebra Olney. 

Latin Reader.. . Harkness. 

History of the Llnited States Ridpath. 

Third Ter.m Algebra Olney. 

Latin Reader Harkness. 

Latin Prose Composition to Part II Harkness. 

History of the United States Ridpath. 

Classes are organized each term in the following studies: 

Arithmetic— Ray's Third Part, two classes. 
White's Complete, two classes. 
Grammar— Harvey's, three classes ; Greene's Analysis. 
C;eography— Colton's, two classes. 

Elocution and Reading— National Fifth Reader, two classes. 
Orthography and Spelling. 
.•\lgebra— Olney's School, three classes. 
Geometry— Olney's, two classes. 
Norton's Natural Philosophy. 
Dalton's Physiology. 

Lessons in the English Bible and Rhetorical Exercises weekly, for all 
the students in the School. 



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CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC. 



Tins Department is under the same general management as the other 
Departments, and under the special supervision of the Director. 

Students in the Conservatory are subject to the regular College dis- 
cipline. 

COURSE OF STUDY. 
HARMONY. 

Scales, both Major and Minor, Intervals and their inversions, Chords in their various re- 
lations. Part-writing, Modulation, Choral, Single and Double Counterpoint, Composition and 
Analysis of musical works. 

PIANO FORTE. 

Duvernoy's Etudes in Mechanism, op. 120. 
Czerny, op. 636. 

Krause, op. 2. . 

Heller, op. 46. 
Spindler, op. 141. 

Czerny, op. 299, (Studies in Velocity.) 
Heller, op. 45 and 16. 
Jensen, op. 32. 

Cramer's Fifty Studies, (Von Bulow's Edition.) 
dementi's Gradus ad Parnassum, (Tausig's Edition ) 
Czerny, op. 740. 
Mayer, op. 305. 
Moscheles, op. 70. 

Sonatas by Kuhlau, Clementi, Hayden, Mozart, Beethoven ; and selections from Bach, 
Schumann, Mendelssohn, Chopin and other standard authors. 

CULTIVATION OF THE VOICE. 

Careful instruction is given in the use of the voice, and the correct manner of producing 
a good tone ; thorough drill in Technical Exercises, Solfeggios, Vocalises, etc., to give control 
over and flexibility to the voice ; and practice in singing the best English, German, Italian 
and French songs. Operatic Arias and Solos from the Oratorios, for expression and the devel- 
opment of pure style. 

ORGAN. 

Selections from Rink's and Kilter's Organ School. 

Pedal Technics — Thayer. 

Pedal Studies — Volkmar. 

Studies in Pedal Phrasing — Buck. 

Trios, op. 20 Richter, and op. 39 JMerkel. 

Fugues from the "Well-tempered Clavier, arr. by Van Eyken, — Bach. 

Selections from Mendelssohn's Sonatas, Preludes and Fugues, Ritter's Sonatas, Bach's 
Organ Works. 

Miscellaneous selections from the wiirks of Ruck, Smart, G. Ad. Thomas, Best, 
Freyer, Richter, Hesse, Ritter and others. 



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Exercises in playing Church Music, Voluntaries, accompanying Choirs, Registration, etc., 
including all that is neces>ary to give one a thorough mastery over the organ, for Church or 
Concert use. 

The 1( iiijtli of time iiecepsary for the rompletion of this Course cannot 
be staled d(fiiiitel\ . but will be fiom two to four years. 

No pupil is iillowed to enter upon the studies of the last year in any 
department of Music who has not presenud to the Director siili>faetory 
evidence of proticieucy in the fundamental branches of an English educa- 
tion. 

All students completing this Course are awarded diplomas. 

The classes in Choral Singing are free to all members of the College. 

Weekly rehearsals are given, at which pupils who are- competent are 
expected to perform. 

Pupils must furnish or rent their instruments for practice. Pianos 
can always be rented in the village at reasonable rates. 

Students in other Departments, taking lessons in music, are required 
to make their arrangements with the Director of the Conservatory. 

Catalogues, containing full particulars concerning this Department, 
can be obtained by addressing Conservatory op Music, Obeklin, Ohio. 



PENMANSHIP. 

Arrangements have been made to furnish instruction in Penmanship, 
under a permanent and approved teacher. A pleasant and commodious 
room in Tappan Hall is devoted to the classes in writing. 

For terms see the table of extra charges, or address the Instructor in 
Penmanship. 



LECTURES. 

In the Department of Theology, lectures are given in the several 
branches of instruction to all classes throughout the year, and on special 
topics during the second and third terms. 

In the Department of Philosophy and the Arts, to the several 
classes throughout the year, according to the announcement in the Courses 
of Stud}'. 

Practical Lectures on General Habits, Methods of Study and other im- 
portant subjects, are delivered once in two weeks to the ladies, by the 
Principal of the Ladies' Department, and to the young men of the Pre- 
paratory Schools by the Principals of those Schools. 




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DEGREES AND DIPLOMAS. 

The Degree of Bachelor of Divinity is conferred upon the graduates 
of the Regular Course in the Department of Theology; that of Bachelor 
OF Arts upon the graduates of the Classical and Scientific Course in the 
Department of Philosophj^ and the Arts. 

The Degree of Master of Arts is conferred upon any Bachelor of 
three or more years' standing, who has been engaged in literary or scientific 
pursuits, and has sustained a good moral character. 

A Diploma, certifying the successful completion of the prescribed 
Course of Study, is given to each graduate of the Literary Course in the 
Department of Philosophy and the Arts, and to each graduate of the Con- 
servator}^ of Music. 

EXAMINATIONS. 

At the close of each term the classes are examined in the studies of 
that term; and at the end of the year there are general examinations in all 
Departments. 

Every recitation and examination is marked, and a record is kept by 
the Faculty of the attainments of each student, and also of his delinquen- 
cies. Information concerning his progress and deportment is, when re- 
quested, communicated to the parent or guardian. 

RELIGIOUS EXERCISES. 

All students are required to attend Church twice on the Sabbath, and 
the weekly lecture on Thursday. 

They are also required to attend daily prayers in the evening at the 
Chapel, and in the morning in the families at which they board. Every 
class has a weekly exercise in the English Bible, which all are required to 
attend. 

There is a weekly pra\'er meeting on Monday evening for all young 
people, conducted by the students; and a weekly prayer meeting for each 
class, conducted by one of the teachers. 

LIBRARY, APPARATUS AND CABINET. 

The Libraries connected with the College number about fifteen 
thousand volumes. 

The Apparatus, in the Departments of Natural Philosophy and Chem- 
istry, is sufficient for the varied illustrations of these sciences. 



58 OBERLTN COLLEGE. 



The Cabinets in Geology and Natural History have been removed to 
commodious rooms in Cabinet Hall. The collections amply illustrate the 
branches of Mineralogy, Lithological Geology, Palaeontology, Archaeology, 
Radiate Life, American and Foreign Shells and Insects, and many branches 
of Vertebrate Life. Additions are constantly made to these collections. 

FACILITIES FOR SELF-SUPPORT. 

The College does not furnish manual labor to the .students. Diligent 
and faithful young men can find employment, with satisfactory compensa- 
tion, in the village. A few are employed in the care of the College build- 
ings. About thirty students in the higher classes, gentlemen and ladies, 
are employed as assistant teachers. 

The long Winter vacation affords opportunity to those who are quali- 
fied, to engage in teaching schools abroad. 

REGULATIONS. 

The Regulations of the Institution are few and simple, appealing to 
the student's self-respect and personal responsibility. He is required to 
abstain from the use of Tobacco and Intoxicating Drinks, and from con- 
nection with any Secret Society. No student is permitted to visit one of 
the otiicr sex at a private room, except by special permission in case of 
severe sickness. 

WINTER SCHOOL. 

During the Winter vacation a school is taught in the College build- 
ings, under the superintendence of members of the Faculty, in which 
classes are formed in all the studies of the Preparatory Department, and in 
any College study, when a sut!icient number wish to pursue it to form a 
class. This school opens the first Tuesday following Thanksgiving day. 

LADIES' DEPARTMENT. 

Ladies in all the Departments of Study are under the supervision of 
the Principal of the Ladies' Department and the management of the Ladies' 
Board. 

Ladies from abroad desiring admission to the Ladies' Hall, should 
make previous application in writing, certifying their age, state of health, 
character, previous attainments, and the time they propose to continue 
here. Those who are admitted will be duly apprized of their admission. 
All ladies are expected to consult the Principal before selecting their board- 
ing places. 

Ladies are required to be in their rooms after eight o'clock in the 
evening during the Summer months, and after half-past seven during the 
Winter months. 

Every lady is required to present, once in two weeks, a written report 
of her observance and her failures in the observance of the regulations of 
of the Department, signed by the matron of the family in which she 
boards. 



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These reports, together with the marks of her recitations, are recorded 
by the Principal, and are open at all times for the inspection of the Faculty, 
the Ladies' Board and all friends interested. 

ADMISSION AND EXPENSES. 

Candidates for admission to any of the Departments must bring tes- 
timonials of good character; and those coming from other institutions must 
bring a certificate of honorable dismission. 

The student in every department pursues his studies in his private 
room, and meets with his class in the public room for recitation. No ar- 
rangement is made for those who have not sufficient maturity and self- 
control to study profitably under these conditions. 

None are admitted to full membership until they have honorably 
passed a probation of six months. None will be received under sixteen 
years of age, unless committed to the care of some approved resident of 
the place; nor any under fourteen, except by special arrangement with the 
Faculty. 

Room rent in the Ladies' Hall is $10.50 a terra for each occupant, 
including lights, the privileges of the house and care in ordinary sickness. 
Each room is intended for two ladies, and is provided with carpets and 
other necessary furniture, including husk bed All other articles of bedding 
will be furnished by the occupants; also, lamps and table napkins. No 
room will be considered engaged for anj- term unless two dollars is paid on 
the rent, which sum will be forfeited if the room is not taken, unless writ- 
ten notice to that effect is given to the Treasurer, at least one week before 
the opening of the term. Fuel is furnished as required, the charge being 
according to the amount consumed. 

Room rent in Council Hall is free, and the rooms are completely fur- 
nished; the incidental fee is $2.50 a term; in the other College buildings 
rent is $2.50 per term, and each room is furnished with a stove onlj'. 

The price of board will vary with the cost of provisions. At present, 
board in the Ladies' Hall is $2 80 per week; in private families, including 
rooms furnished, from $2.50 to $4 per week; fuel and lights extra. 

The Treasurer's bills are payable at the beginning of each term; board 
in the Ladies' Hall, each half term i" advance. 

The following maj'^ be considered as a near estimate of the necessary 
expenses for a term of twelve weeks, in any department except the Theo- 
logical, in which there is no charge for tuition, room rent or use of Library. 

Tuition, or rent of Scholarship .... S3 oo 83 00 

Incidentals 5 65 5 65 

Library Fee 35 35 

Board, $2.00 to $3.00 per week . . . . . 24 00 to 36 00 

Room Rent 2 50 to 10 00 

Lights and Washing 5 00 to 8 00 

Books and Stationer^' 4 50 to 7 00 

Fuel, Fall and Spring , . 3 00 to 6 oo 

$48 00 to S76 00 



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EXTRA CHARGES. 



Piano, twenty lessons • • • 

Organ, twenty lessons 

Harmony, twenty lessons 

Cultivation of the voice 

Use of Instrument, one hour per day 

Oil Painting, with use of Models, thirty lessons 

Water Colors 

Crayon Drawing, fifty lessons 

Perspective Drawing 

Use of Musical Library 

French and German, except in the Regular Courses 

Penmanship, one term, one hour a day 

Penmanship, one month, constant practice 

Full Course in Practical Penmanship ..... 

Full Course in Ornamental Penmanship 

Full Course in both styles , . . 



Thorousrli instruction in Vocal Music is free to all. 



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Oberlin is easily accessible from all parts of the country, being situated 
on the Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Railway, an hour's ride from 
Cleveland. The village of thirty-five hundred inhabitants, has grown up 
with the College, and is, to a large degree, free from the temptations and 
dangers often surrounding colleges. 

Letters of inquiry may be addressed to the President, J. H. Fairchild; 
to tiie Principals of the Preparatory Schools, J. H. L.\ird and G. H. White; 
to the Principal of the Ladies' Department, Mrs. A. A. F. JonNSTON; or to 
the Secretar}^ and Treasurer, J. B. T. Marsh. 




TERMS AND VACATIONS. 

1876. 

Fall Term begins Tuesday, Sept. 5. 

Winter Vacation begins Saturday, Xov. 25. 

Winter Scliool begins Tuesdaj^ Dec. 5. 

1877. 

Spring Term begins Tuesday, Feb. 20 

Spring Recess begins Saturday, May 12 

Summer Term begins Wednesday, May 16 

Summer Vacation begins Tlmrsday, Aug. J) 

Fall Term begins Tuesday, Sept. 4 



» 

PUBLIC OCCASIONS. 

1877. 

Anniversary of the Phi Kappa Pi Society Saturday, April 21. 

Anniversarj^ of the Phi Delta Society Saturday, April 28. 

Anniversary of the Alpha Zeta Society Saturday, May 5. 

Junior Exhibition Wednesday, May 9. 

Anniversarj^ of the Theological Society Thursday, 3Iay 10. 

Anniversary of the Ladies' Literary Societj'- Wednesday, July 18. 

Anniversary of the ^lioian Society Wednesday, July 25. 

Exhibition of the Senior Preparatory Class Wednesday, Aug. 1. 

Exhibition of the Conservatory of Music Thursday, Aug. 2. 

Address to the Theological Alumni Fridaj', Aug. 3. 

Commencement, Department of Theology Saturday, Aug. 4. 

Baccalaureate Sermon Sunday, Aug. 5. 

Address before the Missionary Societj'^ Sunday, Aug. 5. 

Union Exhibition of the College Societies Monday, Aug. 6. 

Address before the Literary Societies Monday, Aug. 6. 

Commencement, Literary Course. Tuesday, Aug. 7. 

Address before the Society of Alumni Tuesday, Aug. 7. 

Commencement, Classical and Scientific Course. -Wednesday, Aug. 8. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



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CATALOGUE 



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OFFICERS AND STUDENTS 



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Oberlin College, 



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college year 



1877-78. 



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OBERLIN. ().: 

< I. \V. MATTISOV, I!0(JK AND JOli I'RIXTICR. 

1S77. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



Rev. JAMES H. FAIRCHILD, President. 

P'RANCIS D. PARISH Oberlin. 

Rk V. MICHAEL E. STRIEBY Newark, N. J. 

L'RIAH THOMPSON Oberlin. 

Rev. henry COWLES Oberlin. 

JABEZ W. MERRILL Oberlin. 

Rev. WILLIAM B. BROWN Newark, N. J. 

Rev. SAMUEL WOLCOTT Cleveland. 

A. B. NETTLETON . Philadelphia, Pa. 

Rev. WOLCOTT B. WILi.IAMS Charlotte, Mich. 

SETH H. SHELDON Cleveland. 

Rev. J. G. W. COWLES Cleveland. 

GEORGE B. DELAMATER Meadville, Pa. 

WILLIAM SUMNER Cincinnati. 

■ T. L. NELSON Elvria. 

Hon. JAMES MONROE Oberlin. 

J. E. INGERSOLL Cleveland. 

Hon. J. D. COX Toledo. 

DAN P. EELLS Cleveland. 



CORRESPONDING MEMBERS FROM THE ALUMNI. 

Rev. GEORGE F. WRIGHT Andover. Mass. 

Rev. JOHN SAFFORD Ashtabula. 

H. H. CUMINGS TiDiouTE, Pa. 

JOHN M. LANGSTON Washington, D. C. 

Rkv. J. L. PATTON Greenville, M.ch. 



PRUDENTIAL COMMITTEE. 



Prks. J. H. FAIRCHILD. 
Rev. henry COWLES. 
URIAH THOMPSON. 
JABEZ W. MERRILL. 



Prof. JOHN M. ELLIS. 
HIRAM HULBURD. 
E.J. GOODRICH. 
J. B. T. MARSH. 



FRANCIS D. PARISH. 



J. B. T. MARSH. Secretary and Treasurer. 



LADIES' BOARD OF MANAGERS. 



Mrs. a. a. F.JOHNSTON. 
Mrs. MARIANNE P. DASCOMB. 
Mrs. REBECCA FINNEY. 
Mrs. MINERVA E. ELLIS. 



Mrs. ELIZABETH S. MEAD. 
Mrs. AUGUSTA SMITH. 
Mrs. MARY B. SHURTLEFF. 
Mrs. HELEN M. RICE. 



FACULTY. 



Rev. JAMES H. FAIRCHILD, President, 

PROFESSOR OF THEOLOGY AND MORAL PHILOSOPHY. 
AVERY PROFESSORSHIP. 

Rev. JOHN MORGAN, 

PROFESSOR OF NEW TESTAMENT LITERATURE AND BIBLICAL THEOLOGY. 

JAMES DASCOMB, M. D., 

rUOFESSOR OF CHEMISTRY, BOTANY AND PHYSIOLOGY. 

Rev. JOHN M. ELLIS, 

PROFESSOR OF MENTAL PHILOSOPHY AND RHETORIC. 

Rev. CHARLES H. CHURCHILL, 

PROFESSOR OF MATHEMATICS AND NATURAL PHILOSOPHY. 

Rev. JUDSON SMITH, 

PROFESSOR OF CHURCH HISTORY AND POSITIVE INSTITUTIONS, AND LECTURER 

ON MODERN HISTORY. 

GILES W. SHURTLEFF, A. M., 

PROFESSOR OF THE LATIN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE. 

Rev. HIRAM MEAD, 

PROFESSOR OF SACRED RHETORIC AND PASTORAL THEOLOGY. 



PROFESSOR OF THE GREEK LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE. 

FENELON B. RICE, 

PROFESSOR OF MUSIC. 

Rev. ELIJAH P. BARROWS, 

PROFESSOR OF HEBREW AND OLD TESTAMENT LITERATURE. 

ALBERT A. WRIGHT, A. M., Ph.B., 

PROFESSOR OF GEOLOGY AND NATURAL HISTORY. 

JAMES K. NEWTON, A. M., 

PROFESSOR OF THE GERMAN AND FRENCH LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES. 
FUEDRIKA BREMER HULL PROFESSORSHIP. 

GEORGE H. WHITE, A. M., 

PRINCIPAL OF THE PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT, AND PROFESSOR OF ANCIENT LANGUAGES. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



Rev. henry COAVLES, 
lectl'rek on biblical introduction. 

Rev. a. HASTINGS ROSS, 

special lectuker on church polity. 

Rev. HE;NRV MATSON, 
lihrari.\n. 

JAMES R. severance, A. M., 

INSTRUCTOR IN VOCAL MUSIC. 

WILLIAM G. FROST, A. B., 

INSTRUCTOR IN GREEK. 

HOBART K. PAINTER, A. B., 

TUTOR IN GRAMMAR. 

LANMAN J. NETTLETON, A. B., 

TUTOR IN LATIN. 

SYLVANUS C. HUNTINGTON, A. B., 

TUTOR IN GREEK. 

HERBERT D. GOODENOUGH, A. B., 

TEACHER OF LATIN. 

JUDSON O. LESLIE, A. B., 

TEACHER OF MATHEMATICS. 

CALVIN B. CADY, 

INSTRUCTOR IN PIANO AND COMPOSITION. 

FRANK M. DAVIS, 

INSTRUCTOR IN PI.\NO AND VIOLIN. 

URIAH McKEE, 

INSTRUCTOR IN PENMANSHIP. 



Mrs. a. a, F. JOHNSTON, 

PRINCIPAL OF THE LADIES' DEPARTMENT. 

Miss MARY M. WRIGHT, 

TUTOR IN MATHEMATICS. 

Miss L. CELESTIA WATTLES, 

INSTRUCTOR IN PIANO AND HARMONY. 

Mrs. HELEN M. RICE, 

INSTRUCTOR IN VOCAL MUSIC. 

Miss ANNA M. WYETT, 

INSTRUCTOR IN DRAWING AND PAINTING. 



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FACULTY. 



JAMES H. FAIIICHILD, President. 

JOHN MORGAN. 

HIRAM MEAD. 

JUDSON SMITH. 

ELIJAH P. BARROWS. 



STUDENTS. 



RESIDENT GRADUATE. 



RESIDENCES. 



ROOMS. 



John Scott Brunswick 39 North Main st. 

Oberlin Theological Seminary, 1S77. 



SENIOR CLASS. 
Edmvxd Cressman Bethlehem, Pa 21 Council Hall. 

Harry William George East Orrington. Me. 18 Council Hall. 

Colby University, 

Sylvester S. Grinnell Maryville, Tenn. ... 16 Council Hall. 

Maryville College, 1S74. 

Ly.man Bronsox Hall Oberlin 14 Council Hall. 

Oberlin College, 1S72. 

John William Hargrave Ripon, Wis 39 North Main st. 

Ripon College, 1875. 

Eli Roherts Loomis Pawlet, Vt iS Council Hall. 

Oiuida Institute, 

Lanman James Nettleton Oberlin 25 North Main st. 

Oberlin College, 1875. 

Thomas Worthingtox Walters Parsons, Pa 4 Council Hall. 



Bkxjamin Fraxklix Shuart Cleveland, 7 Council Hall. 



Seniors. 















OBEliLIN COLLEGE. 




7 






MIDDLE CLASS. 










NAMES. KESIDENCES. 


KOO.MS. 








Rp:l'hex Alview Beard Columbus 


23 Council Hall. 








Ohio Wesleyan University, — — 










Is.\.\c Linnaeus Corey Thorntown 


. 5 Council Hall. 








Wabash Colleg^e, 










William Goodell Fro.st Oberlin 


. 20 West Lorain st. 








Obcrlin College, 1876. 










Horace P.\yxe J.\mes Wevbridge, Vt 


17 Council Hall. 








Middlebury College, 1876. 










Charle.s Beebe M.\rtin Oberlin 


.69 East College st. 








Oberlin College, 1876. 










HoBART Kingsbury Painter Oberlin 


22 Spring St. 








Oberlin College, 1S75. 










James Budden Renshaw Richmond, Mas.*; 


22 Council Hall. 








Mass. Agricultural College, 1S73. 










IL\ts-Taro Tamra Ilamamats. Japan 


20 Coimcil Hall. 








P.Tcific University, 1S76. 










Evan Thomas Granville 


. 8 Council Hall. 








Denison University, 1876. 










Qi'iNTius CuRTius Todd Tabor. Iowa 


12 Council Hall. 








Tabor College, 1876. 










Middles 


10. 








• 

J l^ N I R CLASS. 










Solomon Edmund Breen Watertown, N. Y 


27 Coi\ncil Hall. 








George Edward Crane Oberlin 


13 Council Hall. 






Oberlin College, 1S77. 




LiciAN Edmond Danks Oberlin 


16 Elm st. 








Herbert Delos GooDEXoufjii Barton. Wis 


I Coimcil I [all. 








Oberlin College, 1S77. 










EvANDER Joseph GooDSELi. Nelson 


15 Coimcil Hall. 








Oberlin College, 1S77. 










Rupert Preston Hodge Janesville, Wis 


9 Council Hall. 








Oberlin College, 1S74. 










Syi.\axus C. Huntin(;ton, Jr Pulaski. N. Y 


2 Council 1 [all. 








Oberlin College, iS7''i. 



















OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. KESIDENCES. I!OOMS. 

Ji DsoN Onckkn Leslie Princeton, 111 15 Council Hall. 

Oborlin College, 1877. 
Ik \ JOHN Manville Sparta 19 West Lorain st. 

Benj.\min Fr.\nklix Stafford . Cleveland 3 Council Hall. 

Ifirani College, 1S76. 

|oMN HoixiES Carlingford, Ont 10 Council Hall. 

Dan.\ M aooox Obcrlin 19 Council Hall. 

Fk.\nci.s Marion Price Oberlin 48 Groveland st. 

James Braixerd Stockixc; Oberlin 3 Elm st. 

IIe.nry Fay Tyler Columbus 14 South Professor st. 

Juniors 15. 



lenHrfitienf of 




CLASSICAL AND SCIENTIFIC COURSE. 



FACULTY. 



JAMES H. FAIRCHILD, President. 
JAMES DASCOMB. GILES ^V. SHURTLEFF. 

JOHN M. ELLIS. ALBERT A. WRIGHT. 

CHARLES H. CHURCHILL. JAMES K. NEWTON. 

JUDSON SMITH. WILLIAM G. FROST. 



STUDENTS. 



SENIOR CLASS. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Charles Whitefield Allex Oberlin 84 

William Elliott Barxhart Chippewa Lake. ... 4 

William Alfred Bowex Oberlin 34 

Frederick Erwix Brigham Trumbull 

Ch.\rles Shermax Browx Oberlin 27 

Hexry Coxxer Burton, 111 85 

Amplias Miltox' Colxtrymax. . .Hastings, Minn .... 2 

Alexaxder Sylvaxl's E.vtox . . Alamo, Mich 

Lucius Bierce Fuller Nelson 34 

Marcus Bell Fuller Nelson 17 

W.\KEXE Almoxt Gates Middlefield 14 

Oliver Hale Kooxs Sulphur Springs . . .73 

James Hexdersox Kyle Urbana, 111 8 

James Hexry Leoxard Bridgewater, Mass . 4 

William Beecher McIxtyre . . . Carthage, 111 i 

Irvixg Wight Metc.vlf Elyria 3 

Wilder Stevexs Metcalf Elyria 7 



ROO.MS. 

Tappan Hall. 

Elm St. 

West College st. 

Chapel. 

North Main st. 

Tappan Hall. 

College Place. 

French Hall. 

West College st. 

West College st. 

West Lorain st. 

Tappan Hall. 

College Place. 

Elm St. 

South West St. 

Elm St. 

South Professor st. 



10 OBEBLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. KESIDENCES. ROOMS. 

LiNDLEY Warren Morris Alliance 14 West Lorain st. 

Ch.\rle.s Milton Rice Russia Mr. Rice's 

Alberto Calvin Shattuck Tontogany 2 College Place. 

Karl Andrew Snyder Oberlin 11 Elm st. 

David Brainard Spencer Benzonia, Mich . .83 Tappan Hall. 

Wesley Meyers Stover Lisle, 111 74 East College st. 

Henry Ernest Thayer Freedom S College Place. 

Eugene Albert Tittle North Amherst .1 South West st. 

Charles Selden Vaile Kokomo, Ind 14 North Professor st. 

Solomon Watkins Lawrence, Kan 43 North Professor st. 

Albert Marion Wheeler Shelby 14 North Professor st. 

Geordie Zeno Whitney Oberlin 26 South Professor st. 

Melville Clement Whitney. . . .Oberlin 26 South Professor st. 

Francis Albert Wilcox Richfield 78 Tappan Hall. 

William Ccllen Wilcox Richfield 79 Tappan Hall. 

Ellen Electa Grannis Oberlin 71 North Main st. 

Ellen Amanda Hayes Hanover Ladies' Hall. 

May Richards Oberlin 59 East College st. 



Seniors 



35- 



JUNIOR CLASS. 

WiLiJERT Lee Anderson East Berkshire, Vt 50 West College st. 

Jason Aloxzo Barber Tontogany, 9 Walnut st. 

Henry Royce Bass West Randolph, Vt. 22 West Lorain st. 

Madison William Beacom Mechanicstown ... .20 South Professor st. 

Fred Bellows Weep'g Water,Neb. 21 South Professor st. 

George B. Boone Mecca 14 West Lorain st. 

William Henry Buss Cre.ston, 111 8 West Lorain st. 

DwiGHT Howard Clapp Kirtland Cabinet Hall. 

Seren(, J A V Clark Freedom 2 College Place. 

Charles Morse Collier Salem, Oregon ^7 Tappan Hall. 

^^"'"'^ K,NL,,v Cowan Hardin 13 East Lorain st. 

Olix L vKKAi Fowi^er Livonia, N. Y 22 West Lorain st. 















OBERLIN COLLEGE. 


11 






NAMES. 


RESIDENCES. 


ROOMS. 






William Raymond Green 


. . .Maiden. Ill 


.21 West College st. 






James Ishmael Greves 


. . .Cleveland 


.45 West College st. 






Miles Woodbury Harrison. 


. . . Lagrange 


.21 Elm St. 






George Berry Heazeltox. . . . 


. . Pittsburg, Pa 


. 14 West Lorain st. 






Robert Cehorn Henderson . . 


. . Zanesville 


. 5 South Professor st. 






Willis Arthur Hitchcock. . . . 


. . . Owosso, Mich 


.25 North Main st. 






William Norman Johnson. . . . 


. . Oberlin 


.82 East College st. 






Henry Churchill King 


. .Hillsdale, Mich 


35 West Lorain st. 
.47 West College st. 




John Kline 


. . . Rensselaerville,N.Y 




Nestor Light 


. . Milford, Ct 


. 20 West Lorain st. 
.59 Tappan Hall. 




Cornelius Marshal Low 


. ..Polkville, N.J 




John Richard Nichols 


. . . Reading, N. Y 


. iS South Water st. 






Alford Brown Penniman 


. . . Woodburn, 111 . . . 


. 14 West Lorain st. 






Henry Ricker 


...Kelley's Island.. . . 


.35 West Lorain st. 






Samuel Reynolds Singer 


. . .Covington, Ky. 


.50 Tappan Hall. 






Benjamin Thompson 

Newton Wyeth 


L^rbana 


J.7 West Colleare st. 






New Wa\- 


1 # •^ 

. 14 West Lorain st. 






Sarah Jane Bebout 


. Savannah 


Ladies' Hall. 






Mary Emily Case 


. . Milan 


. 9 Elm St. 

.9)^ East Lorain st. 




Essie Eliza Johnson 


. . Fitchville 




Alice Edwards Mead 


. . . Oberlin 


. 9 Elm St. 






Mary Braman Rockwood 


. . . Oberlin 


. 18 North Main st. 






Mary Elvira Temple 


. .Birmingham 


Ladies' Hall. 






Ida Elfleda Willcutt 


. . . Oberlin 


. 19 North Main st. 






Juniors 


• 


36. 






SOPHOMORE CLASS. 








Leander Jefferson Aldrich . 


..Conklingsville,N.Y 


.23 West Lorain st. 






D.wid Edwin Barney 


. .La Port, Ind 


3 Elm St. 
. 4 East Lorain st. 




Ervin Robert Barney 


. .May wood, 111 




John Henry Beaco.m 


. .Mechanicstown . . 


5 Elm St. 






Watson Elliott Boise 

Harry Cake 


. . . Bellevue 


. 3 Elm St. 

30 West College st. 




. . Fostoria .*.... 


_ 











j2 OBERLTN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 



H.VRVEY Wilson Comptox Coshocton 6 West Lorain st. 

John William Cunxick Mineral Ridge 59 East College st. 

Darius Lyman Edwards Oberlin 79 North Main st. 

John Sumner Edmunds Oberlin 64 East College st. 

Clarence Ross Gale Jamestown, N. Y . . . First Church. 

William McLean Graham Oshkosh, Wis 12 West Lorain st. 

Byron Bement Harrison La Grange 51 West College st. 

David Alexander Haylor Oberlin Mr. Haylor's. 

William Kaiser Gnadenhutten 19 West Lorain st. 

Charles Loomis Freedom 4 East Lorain st. 

Edwin Benedict Loveland Oberlin i South Professor st. 

Arthur William Lyon Wauseon 16 South Professor st. 

Daniel Magnus OberUn 33 Tappan Hall. 

Oscar Homer McConoughey Oberlin 35)^ North Main st. 

Charles Edward Morse Oberlin 3 North Pleasant st. 

George Lewis Nichols Oberlin 13 East Lorain st. 

Arthur Powell Worthington 51 West College st. 

George Andrews Ramsey New Lisbon 25 East College st. 

George Cheever Roberts Oberlin 2 College Place. 

Dewitt Nathan Rosecrans Collinwood 2 College Place. 

Jacob Albright Shawan Urbana . 8 Forest st. 

Western Starr Moline. Ill 4 East Lorain st. 

Ernest Nathan Warden Oberlin West Lorain st. • 

-Maurice Melville Warner Plainfield, 111 12 West Lorain st. 

Francis Timothy Waters Lenox 40 West Lorain st. 

Frances Eaton Alden Rockland, Me 7 Forest st. 

Ella Maria Bailey Russia 42 North Main st. 

Ida Beagle Blissfield, Mich Ladies'Hall. 

Eva Josephine Ceas OberUn 7 South Pleasant st. 

Eva Lillian Hutchings Oberlin 7 Morgan st. 

Susie Kendall Cavendish, Vt 32 South Professor st. 

Nettie Luanna Munson Oberlin 8 West Lorain st. 

AiuiiE Krum Tuttle West Andover Ladies' Hall. 

Emma Younglove Rochester, Minn. . . Ladies'Hall. 

Sophomores 40. 











OBERLIN COLLEGE. 


13 , 




FRESHMAN CLASS. 






NAMES. 


RESIDENCES. 


ROOMS. 




Joseph Fletcher Bacon 


.Oberlin 


8 North West st. 




JosiAH Harlow Bellows 


. Weep'g Water, Neb 


Second Church. 




Jllius Jacob Bliss 


. Bairibridge 


.37 North Main st. 




Elmer Delazon. Bostwick 


. Edinburg 


25 West College st. 




William Embert Chamberlaix 
Edward Payson Churchill .... 


Oberlin ... 


6 North West st. 
.26 West College st. 




.Oberlin 


Ch.\rles Elmer Clarke 


. Oberlin 


7 East Mill St. 




HURLBURT ErASTUS CoLE 


. Strongsville 


2 College Place. 




Albert Ely Coltox 


.Hudson, Mich .... 


20 North Main st. 




Charles Stebbins Doggett 


.Chicago, 111 


. 7 South Professor st. 




Willis Fraxklix D.\y 


. Oberlin 

.Cincinnati 


. 20 North Main st. 
19 West Lorain st. 




William Fisher Dodge 


Will Wall Fay 


. Saratoga Spr"s,N. Y 


.17 North Main st. 




Noel Gale 


. Madison 


.21 West Lorain st. 




Jabez Wright Giddixgs 


.Romeo, Mich 


6 South Professor st. 




Turris S.\muel H afford 


. Fremont 


36 North Main st. 




William Edward Harrison- .... 


.Victoria, Brit.Amer 


. 4 Groveland st. 




James Moxroe Henderson 


. Evansville, Ind. . . . 


.61 East College st. 




James Wilbur Holton 


. Savannah 


.41 West Lorain st. 




Warren Henderson Houston . . 


.Denmark, Iowa. . . 


. 1 1 East Lorain st. 




Lyman Walker Hull 


. Sandusky 


. 6 West Lorain st. 




Hutchins Ixge 


.Danville, Va 


.32 North Pleasant st. 




John David Jones 


. Richville, N. Y . . . 


.61 East College st. 




William Owen Tones 


.Richville, N. Y... 
.Belleville 


38 North Professor st. 
15 Elm st. 




•J 

John Willard Lanehart 


Robert Scott Linds.vy 


Andover, Mass . . . 


Society Hall. 




Frederick Myron Mitchell. . . . 


. Peru 


.24 Tappan Hall. 




Julian Coates Moore 


.South Toledo 


17 North Main st. 




Ch.\rles Edwin Newberry 


.Rochester, Mich 


45 West College st. 




W.\lter Scott Perry 


. S. Richmond, N. Y 


. 9 Forest st. 




Horace Greeley Redington. . . . 


. South Amherst . . . 


.60 North Main st. 




George Elwyn Rose 


Ehria 


.54 South Professor st. 




Edw.\rd Adelbert Shann.\felt 


Cassopolis 


. 28 West College st. 




Arthur Leon Shumway 


. Madison 


.20 North Main st. 




Charles Jay Siddall 


. Oberlin 


32 West College st. 




TowNSEND Smith 


.Chicago, 111 


. 8 Forest st. 













u 



OBERLIJSr COLLEGE. 



NAMES. 



KESIDENCES. 



Eddy Herbert Spoor Dowagiac, Mich . . .51 West College st. 

John Cai-dwell Thompson Urbana 47 West College st. 

Archihali) Eugene Thompsox . . . Medina 9>2 East Lorain st. 

William James Turner Seville 61 East College st. 

William J.\y Vickery Evansville, Ind . . 36 North Main .st. 

John Martin Vincent Eh^ria 9 Forest st. 

Elhert Myrtox Woodard Kirtland 22 Groveland st. 

Alice Estelle Burt Oberlin ()% East Lorain st. 

Olive Chatfield Oberlin .3 West st. 

Harriet Eliza Cushmax Mattoon, 111 Ladies' Hall. • 

Eva Lucinda Emory Prophetstown, 111 . 42 North Main st. 

LiXA Lee Frayer Carson Ladies' Hall. 

Lelia E. Johnson Oberlin 25 North Professor st. 

Elizabeth Adams Nichols Oberlin 13 East Lorain st. 



Freshmen 50. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



LITERARY COURSE. 



FACULTY. 

JAMES H. FAIRCHILD, President. 
JAMES DASCOMB. ALBERT A. WRIGHT. 

JOHN M. ELLIS. JAMES K. NEWTON. 

CHARLES H. CHURCHILL. GEORGE H. WHITE. 

JUDSON SMITH. MRS. A. A. F. JOHNSTON. 

MISS MARY M. WRIGHT. 

STUDENTS. 

FOURTH YEAR. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Julia May Adams Perrysburg. 

Mary Elishaba Betts Cleveland. 

Annette Isadore Burr Oberlin. 

Charlotte Ann Burr Morristown, 111. 

Jennie Abbie Calkins Pulaski, N. Y. 

Lucy Ella Chambers Bucyrus. 

Lydia Virginia Cone Painesville. 

Harriet Lee Cooper Fredrickstown. 

Phebe Caroline Cornell Sharonville. 

Grace Augista Fairchild Oberlin. 

Mary Ellen Gaston Sterling, 111. 

Anna Elizabeth Harter Crawfordsville, Ind. 

Frances Maria Keep Oberlin. 

Helen Josephine Millspaugh Clinton, Mich. 

Helen Abbie Pepoon Painesville. 

Cassie Alda Reamer Oberlin. 

Mattie Eleanor Spencely Galena, 111. 

Alice Eulalie Stewart Manhattan, Kan. 

Caroline Stolp Aurora, 111. 

Margaret Elizabeth Stratton Stratford, Ct. 

Lou Masse Y Tracy Mansfield. 

Laura Elizabeth Williams Oberlin. 

Rose Olive Wilmot Cleveland. 

Effie May Wood Carlisle. 

Fourth Year 24. 



26 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



T ] I I R i:) YEAR. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Ellen Adams Perrjsburg. 

Margaret Shaw Bacon Oberlin. 

Dora Beattie Sandusky. 

Florence Millie Buck Sandusky. 

Mary Bushnell Oberlin. 

Miriam Eliza Carey Iluntsburg. 

Flora Bell Carpenter Oberlin. 

Nettie Cassell Dayton. 

Julia Coates Bricksville. 

Eva Edwards Oberlin. 

JiLiA Anna Evans Oberlin. 

Cora Sarah Ewing Ellinston, N. Y. 

Josephine Franks Oberlin. 

Louise Rainey Frost Oberlin. 

Ella Eliza Gates New London. 

Fannie Nash Henry Oberlin. 

Mary Pamelia Benton Hill Flemington, N. J. 

Anna Louise Hine Painesville. 

Ida May Hull Sandusky. 

Ida Louise Miller Grant City, Iowa. 

Olive Phelps Miller Grant City, Iowa. 

Charlotte Jane Moore Galesburg, 111. 

Ida Melissa Parmenter Vermontville, Mich. 

Ella Elizabeth Post Belleville. 

Anna Mayo Rich Elyria. 

Sarah Huldah Roe Madison. 

Mattie Lelia Rood Oberlin. 

Frances Jennie Ryder Austinburg. 

Francelia Josephine Spitzer Medina. 

Stella TuTTLE West Andover. 

Im.'.Rence Helen Tyler Warren. 

Eva Emma Wallace Lorain. 

Matt.e Minnie Winslow Aurora, 111. 

J. LLv Ann Woodson Berlin. 



Third Year 



34- 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 17 



SECOND YEAR. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Jessie Lalra Bacon Oberlin. 

Clara Gertrude Barxhart Chippewa Lake. 

Eva Arabella Beebe Point Marble Head. 

Mary Henrietta Bohx Warrensville. 

Ida Bell Clary Northfield, Minn. 

Margaret Burtox Covvles Jefferson. 

Emma Jane Clxxixgham Columbiana. 

Lizzie Cixxingham Belleville. 

Eugexia Cl'siiixg Huron. 

Nellie Gray Ellston Belleville. 

Myra Celia Fellows Chagrin Falls. 

Flora Bell Galbreth Newark. 

Clara Elizabeth Harrison Granville, 111. 

Martha Maria Haskell Bloomfield. 

Nellie Elmira Hawley Mankato, Minn. 

Addie Whipple Heald Canton, 111. 

May Hexry Oberlin. 

Louise D. F. Hogue Oberlin. 

Lizzie Fraxces Hollaxd Chicago, 111. 

Jessie M. Leonard Oberlin. 

MiTTiE Mattie Letch Ryegate, Vt. 

Emm.\ Cl.\rissa Linsley Gallon. 

Helen Maria Loomis Oberlin. 

May Corixne Loomis- Lodi. 

Frances Fredrica Munson Oberlin. 

Emma Parry . Lucas. 

Mary Louise Patterson Flint, Mich. 

Mary Cowles Penfield Oberlin. 

Mary Evelyn Percival Portville, Mich. 

Florence Adelaide Post Belleville. 

Jessie Fidelia Pouxds Oberlin. 

Ella Roe Madison. 

Laura Scott Council Bluffs, Iowa. 

Ella Mabel Searle Portville, N. Y. 

Mary Elizabeth Sixger Weston. 

Ada Jaxe Smith Newark. 



jg OBERLIX COLLEGE. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Makv Lkonore Thayer Garrettsville. 

Della Josephine Waite Oberlin. 

Anna Lavina Wallace Oberlin. 

Phcebe Eliza Williams Wauseon. 

Stella Susan Wright Oberlin. 

Jennie Matilda Wyeth New Way. 

Second Year 42- 



FIRST YEAR. 

Augusta Jeanette Adams Huron. 

LiLLiE Esther Ball Huron. 

Kate Baum New Philadelphia. 

Mary Alice Beach Ruggles. 

Willie Anna Benchley Houston, Texas. 

Lucy Melvina Bowles Brecksville. 

Mary Josephine Briggs Elyria. 

Louie Sweeton C.\rter Elyria. 

Martha Louise Clark Oberlin. 

Mary Alice Collier Chicago, 111. 

Adell Virginia Crandall Portville, N. Y. 

Ollie Estell a Crim Gallon. 

Katie Louise Deering Buchanan, Mich. 

Ida Lurana Field Oberlin. 

Mary E. Fish Greenville, Mich. 

Laura Susanna Ford Dover. 

Dora Bell Gallup Niles, Mich. 

Agnes Celia Goss Oberlin. 

Lizzie Sarah Gurney Chester. 

Mariqjita Hayes Hanover. 

Myra Jane Howes Mendota. 111. 

Mary Cornelia Johnson Oberlin. 

Carrie Jordan Bucyrus. 

Eva Sarah Lamson Cameron, N. Y. 

Edith Rehecca Leavens Portville, N. Y. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 19 

s 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Flora Adeline Loomis Oberlin. 

Mary Ella Marsh La Rue. 

Emma Letitia McCormick Cincinnati. 

Ada Terrill Mills Shawville. 

M,\ry Louise Nelson Elyria. 

Annette Olive Newberry Rochester, Mich. 

Cora May Nichols Faribault, Minn. 

Nellie Spring Geneva. 

Mary Ella Stockham . Poland. 

Eva Lee Tatum Wilmington, Ark. 

Fanny Jane Turner Faribault, Minn. 

Mary Eliza Walker North Amherst. 

Anna Mary Wicks West Charlotte. 

Martha Williams Albany, N. Y. 

Frederick Conner Dexter Lake Village, N. H. 

Abrah.\m Turner Fultox Homer. 

R. CoRB Horr Wellington. 

First Year 42. 



IN SELECT STUDIES. 

Barton John Ashley Marengo. 

Seloy Andrew Bass West Randolph, Vt. 

RoswELL Clinton Canfield New Rochester. 

Howard Handel Carter Tallmadge. 

Oliver Hobart Chapin Spartansburg, Pa. 

Clarence Warner Cooke Honolulu, S. I. 

George M. Derr Sharon. 

David Edgar French Oberlin. 

William Nahum Gates Elyria. 

Benjamin Hoover Smithville Station. 

Cl,\rkson Wilberforce Houser Winona, Minn. 

John Henry Hull Oberlin. 

Thomas Anthony Humphreys Delphos. 



20 



OBEBLIN' COLLEGE. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Ciiari.es S. Leeper Monticello, 111. 

John Niciiol.\s Matincheff Samakov, Bulgaria. 

Oscar Burnham Moss Zanesville. 

Willis Garry Reed Hartford. 

Horace Smith Boswell. 

Charles Edward Winslow Aurora, 111. 

Malcolm William Wise Pittsburg, Pa. 

Mary Adelle Bradley Bangkok, Siam. 

Anna Brandon Petrolia, Pa. 

Emily Anna Brown Camden, N. J. 

Caroline Elizabeth Eldred Olmstead. 

Alice Mary Heald Canton, 111. 

Delora Ion a Jenkins Oberlin. 

Alta Lafferty Oberlin. 

Florence W. Packard La Porte, Ind. 

Mary Garfield Park Oberlin. 

Edna Alice Smith Oberlin. 

Jane West Aurora, 111. 

Mary Whedon Oberlin. 

In Selecft Studies 32. 



CLASSICAL SCHOOL. 

INSTRUCTORS. 

GEORGE H. WHITE, Principal. 

LANMAN J. NETTLETOX. SYLVANUS C. HUNTIXGTON. 

HERBERT D. GOODENOUGH. MISS MARY M. WRIGHT. 

STUDENTS. 

SENIOR CLASS. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Benjamin Fraxklix Ai.dridge Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Fayette Gilmax Appletox Victory. Vt. 

Herbert Wilblr Bessey Oberlin. 

Jonx Charles Bucklix Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Arthur William Burt Oberlin. 

Orxx Baxter Cady Oberlin. 

Lewis Leffixgwell Campbell Mineral Ridge. 

Plimpton B. Chase Sparta. 

Charles Hexry Clague Dover. 

W.\LTER DiSBRO Close Henrietta. 

William Hamilton- Cowles Oberlin. 

George Fraxklix Douthitt Atwater. 

James William Dow Cortland. 

Elisha Brighton- Durfee Marion. 

Lafayette Asael Edwards Oberlin. 

James Thome Fairchild Oberlin. 

James Carlile Graham Lowville, N. Y. 

Homer Milton Hill Seneca. 

Horace Apollo Holcomb Romeo, Mich. 

Alfred Henry Howard Oberlin. 



22 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. KESIDENCES. 

John Freeman Jackson Oberlin. 

Jami:s William Johnson Washington. 

LoREN Windsor Jordan Bucyrus. 

William C. Kitchen Oxford, Mich. 

Frank Nichols Leavens Faribault. Minn. 

Charles Craig Levan Shelbyville, Mo. 

Elmer Wales Matter Brodhead, Wis. 

Alfred McCaskey Sulphur Springs. 

Frank B. McDaniel " Oberlin. 

George Herbert Mead Oberlin. 

Joseph Cephas Mebane Mebanesville, N. C. 

William Miller Vine Ridge. 

Ja.min Seth Morse Brownhelm. 

Frank Styles Owen Catawba Island. 

William Henry Peck Oberlin. 

John M. Pittinger Spencer. 

William Hathaway Pound Tipton, Iowa. 

Lewis Humphrey Pounds Oberlin. 

Charles Walter Purple Oberlin. 

J. T. Ra.msdell Marblehead. 

George Bartley Reid . . Monahan, Ireland. 

Charles Stephen Roe Patchogue, N. Y. 

Vernon Harris Rood Oberlin. 

Peter "William Schaden Elvria. 

John Joseph Schmidt Leland's Corners. 

Lewis Rogers Scott Wakeman. 

Washington Simms Greenville, Mich. 

Charles Edward Smith Romeo, Mich. 

George Anderson Smith New London. 

Robert John Smith Brazil, Ind. 

Orrin Joseph Smith Oberlin. 

George Franklin Solier Stryker. 

Willis Peck Sperrv Tallmado-e. 

Samuel Wales Stevens Windham. 

Everett Lincoln Stratton New York City. 

Charles Henry Sawyer Kent. 

TuLLY McCrea Talbot Westville. 

Hervey Davis Travis West Point. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Andrew Rollin Tressler Bryan. 

Champion James Waring Port Mills, Vt. 

John Monroe Whitman Chatham Center. 

Edgar Nelson Wicks Meridan, 111. 

Herbert Frank Wilbur Oberlin. 

NoRM.\N Porter Willard Plainvicw, Minn. 

Alfred Augustls Wood West Bend, Wis. 

LiNA Emelia Burt Oberlin. 

Alice M. Cowles Oberlin. 

Josephine Laura Fish Berlin Heights. 

Ella Glenn Oberlin. 

Lucy Adelaide Hutcmings Oberlin. 

Mary Hubbell . Mt. Vernon. 

Effie Maria Hyde Wetmore, Kan. 

Minnie Eliza Maltby Oberlin. 

Hattie E. Martling St. Louis, Mo. 

Abbie Huntington Mills North Ridgeville. 

Seniors 75- 



MIDD LE CLASS. 

James William Anthony Ottawa, 111. 

Samuel Artiiir Baldwin Sullivan. 

William Rice Barton Mt. Vernon. 

Rodney D. Bemis Oberlin. 

Llewellyn W. Beynon .La Crosse, Wis. 

Angelo Randolph Bonney Brownstonc, Mich. 

Hezekiah Fletcher Boyd Jelloway. 

Dan Freeman Bradley Bangkok, Siam. 

Harry Clyde Brooks Painesville. 

Herbert Austin Brown Oberlin. 

James L. Brown Yellow Bud. 

Frank Augustus Bunce Oberlin. 

Henry Martin Camp Painesville. 



£4 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. RESIDENCKS. 

Henry Northrup Castle Honolulu, S. I. 

J. Wilbur Chapman Richmond, Ind. 

Cyrus Alonzo Clark Union, 111. 

Charles Mason Cook Elton, N. Y. 

Charles Morgan Crosswell Adrian, Mich. 

Ira Oliver Curtiss Marengo, 111. 

Irving Enw ard Dale Oberlin. 

George Charles Ehrhart North Amherst. 

Gomer Geraldis Evans North Jackson. 

Henry Clay Ferguson Wilmington, Del. 

Emmor Walton Fife Cleveland. 

Baxter Todd French Oberlin. 

Claudius Buchanan French Oberlin. 

James Henry Garnett New York City. 

George Bennett Giddings Oberlin. 

Charles Graefe Sandusky. 

Arthur Hill Griffiths Richville, N. Y. 

Arthur Webster Hall Selma, Ala. 

WiNFiELD Pierce Hatch Oberlin. 

Webster Lynde Hendrick Richville, N. Y. 

Willis Phelps Hendrick Richville, N. Y. 

Walter Milton Hill Hudson, Mich. 

Ira Potter Holcomb Romeo, Mich. 

Edvi'ard L. Hotchkiss Kirtland. 

Joseph James Jackson Mason, Mich. 

William Melville Johnston Selma, Ala. 

Alfred Allen Kearney Roberts, 111. 

Amos Morell Kent Genoa. 

Theodore Albert King Corydon, Iowa. 

William Clark Linton Clarksville. 

Samuel Morris Lewis Ottawa, 111. 

John Alexander Lowrie Rochester. 

Alfred Joseph M alle Bedford. 

Robert Gibson McDonald Coltsville. 

John McLennan Elgin, N. Y. 

Benjamin Oliver McMichaei Ashley. 

WiLMOT Vernon Metcalf Elyria. 



OBERLTN COLLEGE. 



.NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Flavel Alglstl's Morse. . . Oberlin. 

Alfred Charles Moysey Kelley's Island. 

Clark Henry Nye Concord. 

Charles Fremont Pearson Mallet Creek. 

Charles S.wiuel Penfield Bucyrus. 

Fred Everett Pomeroy Oberlin. 

John Dl'dley Pope Waukegan. 111. 

Georcjk Foster Prentiss Windham, Vt. 

Everett Spencer Robinson Patchogue, N. \ . 

Yancey Benjamin Si.ms Shelby, Ala. 

William Joshlw Shedd Watseka, 111. 

Henry Augustls S.mith Solon. 

Edmund Smith Sidney, O. 

Roderick Henry S.mith Dunkirk, N. Y. 

ToHN William S.mith Sarahsville. 

Wilson Solether Jerry City. 

Frederick Ives Stebbins Houghton Creek, N. Y. 

Richard Jachix Te.mple Vicksburg, Miss. 

Rlssel Lord Tracv Mansfield. 

John Charles Turney Ostrander. 

George Wells Tyler Oberlin. 

Ernest Vernest Underhill La Grange. 

Moses Fleetwood Walker Oberlin. 

Oliver Sheldon Wells • Seville. 

EroEXE Howard West Oberlin. 

George Clarence Westervelt Oberlin. 

Herbert Eugene Westervelt. . .' Oberlin. 

Asa Charles Wilson Oberlin. 

Alonzo Dock Woodworth Irwin Station. 

Andrew Witherup Oberlin. 

William Ward Wyckoff Roberts, 111. 

John Orlando Zerbe Osnabury. 



Jennie Marae O'Reilley MarysviUc. 

Minnie Louise Stratton New \ ork City. 

Middles 84- 



.>6' OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



JUNIOR CLASS. 

NAMES. KESIDENCES. 

David Lyman Adams Nashville, 111. 

Charles Stafford Ames Bucyrus. 

John Samuel Bailey Sugar Grove, Ind. 

Jeremiah Augustus Barber Butler, Ind. 

Willis Arthur Bessey Oberlin. 

Isaac Newton Bowman Upper Sandusky. 

Harlan Fessenden Burket Findley. 

Arthi'r Chapix Carruthers Oberlin. 

De Reef Cardozo Columbia, S. C. 

George Cooper Grinnell, la. 

C. J. Cole Oberlin. 

George Loughridge Cooper Glasgow, Scotland. 

William Hawkes Cutler Florida, 111. 

William Mitchell Cunningham Oberlin. 

John Elijah Da vies Oberlin. 

Joh.v Laving Dext.\m Cleveland. 

Charles Warren Dickens Memphis, Tenn. 

Henry Winston Dillard Wabaunsee, Kan. 

Merrick Starr Embree Malta. 

Frank Jexness Fay Moss Run. 

Willard Ashton Frasier Lockport, 111. 

Charlie Flinn North Manchester, Ind. 

Charles Johnson Goss Oberlin. 

Perry Henry Gripping Oberlin. 

Otto Fra n k H agem an Black River. 

Lutiiek Donald Hamilton Clark.sburg, Ind. 

Charles Robinson Haydn Cleveland. 

Charles Prescott Heald Canton, 111. 

Thomas Frank Hildebrand Union Station. 

James Howard Holt Marysville. 

Joseph M. Hotchkiss Troy, Kan. 

Arthur Asa jAquES Oberhn. 

Frank Sherman Jenne New London. 

William Jones Jefferson, 111. 

Jerome Napoleon Lee Florence. 



OBERLIX COLLEGE. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Samuel David Llewellyn Mineral Ridge. 

Fred Browx Lyoxs Oberlin. 

Ralph Joxes Lyoxs Oberlin. 

High Fremont McIxtosh Salinesville. 

William Hexry McLaughlin Greenwich. 

Roderick McLennan Elgin, N. Y. 

Charles Howard North Oberlin. 

William Charles Xorthrip Olmsted Falls. 

Andrew Jacksox Outerside Galveston, Texas. 

George E. Prosser New London. 

Charles H. Rodi Ubi Bene. 

George Alsome Salisbury Martin. 

Charles Giddings Sanford Avoca, la. 

Edward Maxn^ing Smith Princeton, 111. 

Alex. Ormistox Spexce East Cleveland. 

Edwix Wilbur Sprixg Geneva, 

Henry Spencer Swift Calumet, Mich. 

Shepard Hamlix Wood Sycamore, 111. 

Ralph Rupert Youxg Twinsburg. 

Juniors 54- 



^S OBEBLTN COLLEGE. 



ENGLISH SCHOOL. 



INSTRUCTORS. 



GEORGE H. WHITE, Principal. 
HOBART K. PAINTER. JUDSON O. LESLIE. 

-MISS MARY M. WRIGHT. 



STUDENTS. 

■ GENTLEMEN. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Fredrick George Allex Madria Springs, N. Y. 

Samuel Arxold Fremont. 

Charles B. Atherton Four Corners. 

A. Bandeen Scotch Ridge. 

Leslie Emerson Bangs West Richfield. 

Allen Stewart Barber Mt. Vernon. 

Charles Lee Barnes Canton, III. 

Frank W. Z. Barrett Clarksfield. 

Sherman F. Blackman Clarksfield. 

Henry Blair Edwardsville, Ind. 

Richard Thomas Boyd East Springfield. 

Albert Jenkins Breed Toledo. 

William Jesper Brokaw North Eaton. 

Herbert Orlando Brown Sandusky. 

Charles Carroll Bryant South Amherst. 

William Eigene Bragg Troy. Mo. 

Charles Lute Bullard Oberlin. 

R. H. Calaway Ironton. 

John Randolph Carpenter Coe Ridge. 

Charles Arthur Casseli Mt. Vernon. 

WiLKiE W. Chapman Huntington. 

George Thomas Chandler Lorain. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 29 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Fr.\ncisCole.m.\n Oberlin. 

True L. Cr.\gin \ La Grange. 

George Ru.ssell Crehore Sheffield. 

George Rvfus Curtis Milan. 

Thomas Andrew Davidson Scotch Ridge. 

Charles Henry Davis Cleveland. 

John William Davis Mineral Ridge. 

David S. D.vvis Mineral Ridge. 

William F. Dexmax Wakeman. 

Charles Wells Dexison Greensburg. 

John Butler Dodge Middle Bass Is. 

John Dorx Sandusky City. 

William Franklix Ellis Petersburg, Va. 

Clarexce L. Exnis Ubi Bene. 

Edward Paysox Gale Jamestown, N. Y. 

Doxald Fraxcis Gibbs Oberlin. 

Fremont Gifford Wellington. 

Mark Israel Greexleaf Charlestown. 

Preston Hexry Hall Charlotte, N. C. 

William Hexry Haxchett Kanesville, 111. 

Frank Sutherland Harder Castleton, N. Y. 

Benjamin N. Hawes Norwalk. 

Wick Dennick Heazleton Youngstown. 

William Hanson Hilton Monongahela, Pa. 

Peter Housen Ironton. 

Horace Beecher Hovey Munson. 

Robert Lemuel Hunter Warren. 

Andrew Jackson Laporte- 

Leslie Ellis Johxson Chicago, 111. 

Charles D. Kendeigh South Amherst. 

William Klink Clyde. 

William Tilton Leonard Greenwich. 

Edmund Lorin Loomis Scotch Ridge. 

William Hexry Lippus Berlin Heights. 

Charles Johx Martin Vermillion. 

Franklin Joseph McGuire Mansfield. 

Frank Elwood McKellogg North Fairfield. 

Hugh McMullen Pittsfield. 



so OBEJILIN COLLFME. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Charles Meech North Ridgeville. 

William Maurell Monroe Oberlin. 

Ralph Waldo Munson Martin. 

Orlo Clayton Nelson Olmsted. 

MiLO West Norris Nankin. 

Myron Dale Osborn Sandusky. 

Edward Payson Otis Winfield. 

Jacob Marsh Overmyer Lindsey. 

Charles Anson Parker Cleveland. 

Charles Milton Pierce Clarksfield. 

Jacob Pleasant Hillsboro. 

Albert Edwin Pynchon Rockport. 

William Narell Richardson Jackson, Miss. 

Charles Hezeki ah Read Union, 111. 

Hiram Whitney Richmond Liverpool. 

George Reber Sandusky. 

John Snow Reynolds Washington, D. C. 

Frank Gordon Robb Coe Ridge. 

Charles Addison Root Adrian, Mich. 

Charles Frederick Roth Monroe, Mich. 

Amos Theodore Russell Wakeman. 

John Elliott Russell Mt. Vernon. 

Edward Steele Sawyer Mentor. 

Hezekiah Shorter Lawrence, Kan. 

Ed Marland Senter Calumet, Mich. 

Jon.\than Greene Smith Ashcum, 111. 

Edward Henry Spear Oberlin. 

Collins Swan Sprague Florence 

Frederick Hammott Sprague Florence. 

Newton Lyman SqL'iER Ransom, Mich. 

Elmer George Starr Buchanan, Mich. 

Frank Warren Streator Oberlin. 

Henry Wilson Thorp Martin. 

Edwin C. Tillinghast Berlin Heights. 

Edgar Joseph Townsend Sheffield. 

Charles Edward Tucker Elyria. 

Richard Wallace Copper Falls, Mich. 

Asa Le.muel Weston Dover. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 31 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Benjamin Franklin Wheeler Charlotte, N. C. 

John Oscar White Oberlin. 

William Henry White Oberlin. 

Herbert Lee Whitney Pittsfield. 

Hiram Arthur Whitney Oberlin. 

Albert Wible Canal Dover. 

David Sylvanus Williams Wilkesbarre, Pa. 

Theodore Harvey Williams. . Mankato, Minn. 

Edward Perry Wilmot Oberlin. 

Clark Albert Wilder Coldwater, Mich. 

WiLBER Joseph Young Four Corners. 

Gentlemen io8. 



LADI ES. 

Cornelia Adams Olmstead. 

Mary Andrews Rockport. 

Emma Mary Annis South Amherst. 

Lillian Josephine Armstrong Winchester, Ind. 

Inah Elloy Avery Henrietta. 

Sarah Elmina Avery Henrietta. 

Helen Bassett Oberlin. 

Mary Elizabeth Bates Bellevuc. 

Louise Bazine Oberlin. 

Alice Maud Beecher Oberlin. 

Anna Mabel Beecher '. Oberlin. 

Anna Beeken Groton Centre. 

Samantha Jane Beverly Port Gibson, Miss. 

Mary Virginia Blocker Doylestown. 

Helen Flavilla Boyden Northfield. 

Caroline Ruth Boyden Northfield. 

Bettie Amelia Bradford Port Gibson, Miss. 

Belle Aurelia Brown Oberlin. 

Catherine Brown Frederickstown. 

Julia Browning Belpre. 

Jennie Eliza Buckland Hartford, Ct. 

Sarah Margaret Campbell Hillsboro. 



33 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Ellen Martha Carpenter Gays Mills, Pa. 

Gertrude C assell Mt. Vernon. 

LiLLiE May C assell Dayton. 

Helen Kingsbury Castle Honolulu, S. I. 

Grace Churchward Berea. 

Harriet Marilla Clark Murry, Iowa. 

Eva May Close Birmingham. 

Fannie Adelaide Close Birmingham. 

Margaret Ann Cochrane Hancock, Mich. 

LuA Abigail Coe Coe Ridge. 

Sarah Candaetta Cook Detroit, Mich. 

Louise Coates Whiteside, Mich. 

Lou Frazier Cowan Sidney. 

Ella Crittenden Ruggles. 

Hattie Clariss.\ Crooker Ashtabula. 

Susie Ann Dickerson Friars Point, Miss. 

Mary Annetta Dodge Madison. 

Marriss.\ Ruth Eggleston Brissells. 

Eliza Jane Eldridge Cleveland. 

Susan Farmer East Rockport. 

Minnie Agnes Fitzgerald Mt. Ash, England. 

Clara S.\rah Fowler Livonia, N. Y. 

Belle Geary Shiloh. 

Lucy Ann Gibson Oberlin. 

Josephine B. Giddings Rockport. 

Kittie E. Giddings Rockport. 

Cora Lillian Gilman Belvidere. 111. 

Helen Louisa Grimes Mansfield. 

Ida Jane Groot Kipton. 

Grace Greenwood Ha.milton Clarksburg, Ind. 

Sophronia Elizabeth Hamilton Litchfield, III. 

Celia Elsie Handyside Litchfield. 

Betsey Ann Harriman Bedford. 

Ida Ann Harvey Bucvrus. 

Olive Isabella Harvey Bucj'rus. 

Janette Hawkins Rockport. 

Nettie Hattie Hawkins Rockport. 

JiLiA Eva Haycox Ea.st Cleveland. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 33 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Mary Frances Hicks Danville. 

Sarah Higgins Oberlin. 

Agnes Hixe Painesville. 

Sarah Hattie Hine Berlin Heights 

Marian Lexore Hinton Vermillion. 

Erie Anx Hogg Reno, Pa. 

Lillie Axna Hollister Bristol, Ct. 

M ATTiE Hortox Pittsfield. 

Effie Maria Hyde Wetmore, Kan. 

Mary Dell Jacksox Vermillion. 

Susie Elvixa James Austin, Texas. 

Ella Jamesox Port Marble Head. 

Estelle Jaxe Johxsox Busti, N. Y. 

Eleroxi.\ Harriet Joslix Pueblo, Col. 

Cyxthia Jcdsox Oberlin. 

AxxiE Darling Kelley Boise City, Idaho. 

Josephine Alice Kexxel Trenton. 

Sophia Christina Klixe Birmingham. 

Mary Biaxca Lake Oberlin. 

Mary Lexa LaMoure Oberlin. 

Nettie DeElla Langston Washington, D. C. 

Louise Leary Oberlin. 

Lillie Coiy Lee Florence. 

Huldah May Leonard Chatham. 

AxxiE Delight Lixtox Nelson. 

Anxa Stewart Loudon Philadelphia. Pa. 

Gixevra Jaxe Lord Ravenna. 

Adella Mapes Henrietta. 

Marion Emily Marsh Bristol, Wis. 

Maria Marshall Auburn. 

Mary R. Mathewson Mendon, Mich. 

Mary Mathis Yorktown. 111. 

Henrietta Jaxe McCleery West Alexandria. Pa. 

Alice Armixa McFarlaxd Solon. 

Mary McKinxey Columbia. S. C. 

Luella p. McRoberts Oberhn. 

Martha Thomas Meaxs Oberlin. 

Lottie Minerva Merwin Oberlin. 



34 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Frances Axn Messenger Collins. 

EsTELLA Metcalf Sidney. 

LrcEi.LA Metcalf Sidney. 

Elizabeth Adalade Miller Newark, N. J. 

Mary Morse Greenwich. 

Mary Joan Nelson Shalersville. 

Anna Eliza Nettleton Oberlin. 

LocisE Agnes Noble Greenwood, Ind. 

Nellie Verne Norris Nankin. 

Amanda Jane Otis Hicksville. 

Emma Louisa Palmer Fostoria. 

Lenore Palmer Port Gibson, Miss. 

Mary Jane Packard New London. 

Jennie Lind Parsons Vermillion. 

Viola Parsons Oberlin. 

Ellen M. Pelton Cleveland. 

Mary Phillips Greenville, Pa. 

Lucy Tryphena Pomeroy Kipton. 

Sarah Stella Redfield Ransom, Mich. 

Helen Clara Reiniiardt Granville, III. 

Sylva Elmeda Richmond North Amherst. 

LiLLA Lexora Rhodes Oberlin. 

Louise Lucy Robbins Lasrantife. 

Letty Elizabeth Robinson North Ridgevillc. 

SusAXAH Reunbaugh Bucyiiis. 

Anna Frances Ryder Sterling, 111. 

Jennie Maud Searle Berkshire. 

GussiE Sears Townsend. 

Virginia Sellers Shawneeville, 111. 

Phcebe Isabel Sheldon Avon. 

Mary Lavinia Sibley Prophetstown, 111. 

Pauline Lucca Simpson Oberlin. 

Maria A. Smith Eau Clare, Wis. 

Minnie LeCompte Smith Leavenworth, Kan. 

Cora Maria Sqiire Oberlin. 

Mary Louise Stratton Oberlin. 

Zerry Strong Akron, Ind. 

Mary Agnes Sturtevant Vermillion. 



OBEBLIN COLLEGE. 35 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Eva Amy Sweet Avon. 

Maggie A. Tatum Wilmington, Ark. 

Chlor Mary T.\ylor Elyria. 

Flor.\ Djantha Taylor Claridon. 

Mary Ann Temple Vicksburg, Miss. 

Mary E. Templeton Warrensville. 

Nina Tenxant Kipton. 

EuGENi.\ Thomas Fostoria. Ct. 

Carrie Bell Townsexd Sheffield. 

LiLLiE Bell Turner St. Louis, Mo. 

Carrie Wager Rockport. 

Faxnie Agnes Wagner Vermillion. 

Ella Maria Waite Lagrange. 

Mary Ella Warner Oberlin. 

Anna Waugh Canton, 111. 

Mary Wheels Vermillion. 

Agnes White Willoughby. 

Lillie Adalade White Willoughby. 

Bertie Wiley Oberlin. 

Bell Ruth Willey Spencer. 

Emily Silvi.v Williamson Xenia. 

Mary Sarah Williard Berlin Heights. 

Etta Mary Worcester Kingston, 111. 

Fannie Frost Wright Oberlin. 

Bertha North Wright Glastonbury, Ct. 

Cora B. Young Monroeville. 

Katherixe Edda Young Detroit, Mich. 

Sarah Alice Zixk Crestline. 

Ladies ^64- 




FACULTY. 



JAMES H. FAIRCHILD, Puesident. 

FENELON B. RICE, Director. 

CALVIN B. CADY. JAMES R. SEVERANCE. FRANK M. DAVIS. 

L. CELESTIA WATTLES. HELEN M. RICE. 



STUDENTS. 

GENTLEMEN. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

George Whitfield Andrews Oberlin. 

Ovid Pope Barbour Traer, Iowa. 

Reuben Alview Beard Columbus. 

William Fremont Blackman Kirksville, Mo. 

Samuel Horace Blakeslee Oberlin. 

Harry Clyde Brooks Oberlin. 

Franklin U. Bruner Caledonia. 

BuRRiTT Watson Burgess Montville. 

Lyman Willard Burr Oberlin, 

Daniel Ellis Bushxell Oberlin. 

DeReef C ardozo Columbia, S. C. 

James Bickxell Castle Honolulu, Hawaiian Is. 

Charles Nathaniel Chadbourne Rochester, Minn. 

George Chandler Lorain. 

Clarence Warner Cooke Sandwich Islands. 

Clarence Cranston Milford Center. 

William Hawks Culter Florid, 111. 

George Rufus Curtis Milan. 

Charles Erwin Davis Dublin. 



OBEBLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. RESIDEN'CES. 

Edward Davis Gomer. 

Bi RT Erastvs DeYo Oberlin. 

Elisha Brightmax Durfee Marion. 

Claudius Blchaxax Frexch Oberlin. 

William Nahim Gates Elyria. 

LoRixG Levi Geer East Springfield, Pa. 

Stiles Justix Gillett Lindenville. 

EvAXDER Joseph Goodsell Nelson. 

WixFiELD Pierce Hatch Oberlin. 

Charles Robixson Haydex Cleveland. 

Will Abram Hexry Oberlin. 

Thomas Moxroe Hollow ay Burbank. 

James Wilbur Holtox .* Savannah. 

Oliver Earle Hotchkiss South Kirtland. 

Evertox Robixsox Houstox Olivesburg. 

Sylvaxus Coxverse Huxtingtox, Jr Pulaski, N. Y. 

JoHX Calvix Irvix Iberia. 

Sylvester B. Isexhart Eden. 

Asa Arthur jAqtES Mankato, Minn. 

William Norm ax Johxsox Oberlin. 

Oliver Hale Kooxs Sulphur Springs. 

Charles Edmuxd Kaylor Beaver Creek. Md. 

Staxley Bird Lafferty Oberlin. 

Almoxd Hodges Latham Welshfield. 

James Hexry Leoxard Bridgewater. Mass. 

Charles Beebe Martix Oberlin. 

Samuel McCoxaughy Penfield. 

Wilder Stevexs Metcalf Elyna. 

Johx Shermax Miller Ellsworth. 

William Mooxey Lenox. 

Fraxcis Josephus Moore Hicksville. 

Charles Walthall Morrisox Freestone. 

Oscar Burxham Moss Zanesville. 

Robert William Moysey Kelley's Island. 

Eli Clixtox Ohm art North Manchester, Ind. 

Hobart Kingsbury Paixter Oberlin. 

Charles Samuel Pexfield Bucynis. 

Hexry Reed Osnaburg. 



38 OBEBLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Henry Ricker Kelley's Island. 

William Newtox Robixsox Kenton. 

Charles Edward Smith Romeo, Mich. 

Newtox Lemuel Sq_i ire Ransom. Mich. 

Edgar George Sweet Avon. 

Nathax Chauncey Uxderhill .New London. 

Perry Partox Weed Douglas, Mich. 

Edwin Jonathan Young Loyal Oak. 

Gentlemen 65. 



LADIES. 

Jennie Augusta Adams Huron. 

Carrie Elizabeth Andrews Romeo, Mich. 

Nina Ruth Bacon Oberlin. 

Ella Cornelia Baker Lansing, Mich. 

Ro.MiE Julia Baldwin Nevada. 

Aurie Victorix'e Barnes Austinburg. 

Cynthia Helen Barnes Oberlin. 

Sara Elnor Barrett Marion. 

Sarah Maria B.\rrows Oberlin. 

Sarah A. Barker St. John's, Mich. 

Anna May Beach Pittsfield. 

MiTTiE Artemesia Bebout Savannah. 

Ixdia Elizabeth Bell Oberlin. 

WiLLiAxxA Bexchley Houston, Texas. 

Lix Bexh.v.m Avon. 

Ida Bevixgtox Blakeslee Oberlin. 

Helex Mary Boise Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Maud Mary Boise LeRoy. 

Mary Gower Bowersock Iowa Citv, Iowa. 

Blanche Charlotte Brackin Kinsman. 

Mary Adelle Bradley Bangkok. Siam. 

AxNA M. Brandon Petrolia, Pa. 

Mary Josephine Briggs Elyria. 

Belle Amelia Brown Oberlin. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



39 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Florence Millie Buck Sandusky. 

May Tella Bunker Carthage. 

Mary Clinton Bish Edinboro, Pa. 

Mary Elizabeth Bcshnell Oberlin. 

Calista Emily Butler Spring Valley. 

Mary Esther Campbell Kipton. 

Catherine Case Milan. 

LiLLiE May Cassell Dayton. 

Caroline Dickinson Castle Honolulu, Hawaiian Is. 

Eva Josephine Ceas Oberlin. 

Ella Chatfield Oberlin. 

Mattie Maria Chase Oberlin. 

DoLLiE CoE Dover. 

Zella Coleman West Williamsfield. 

Lillian Belle Colgrove : Charlotte, Mich. 

Mary Bingham Collins Shannon. 111. 

LiNNiE Elvira Conrad Oberlin. 

Clara Fannie Cook Elton, N. Y. 

Lou Frazer Cowan Sidney. 

Margaret Burton Cowles Jefferson. 

Ollie Estelle Crim Galion. 

Mary E. Crosier Wellington. 

Grace Laura Grossman LaMoille, 111. 

Martha Isabel Crouch Erie, Pa. 

Martha Jane Culter Florid, 111. 

Emma Jane Cunningham Columbiana. 

Mary Daniels Grafton. 

Jennie Eliza Davis Vermillion. 

Belle Salome DeYo Oberlin. 

Anna Maria Dilloway Troy. 

Flora Egle Bellevue. 

Ella Barker Edgar Milan. 

CoROLYN Elizabeth Eldred Olmstead. 

Hattie Fames Ensign ' Williams Centre. 

Oberlin. 



Jennie M.\y Evans 

Viola Victoria Excell 

Etta Fehl 

Florence Fish 



. Edinburg. 

Marseilles. 

Florence. 



jfO OBERLIJSr COLLEGE. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Mary Fish Greenville, Mich. 

Antoinette Claypoole Flowers Columbus. 

Mary Lenora Fobes Oberlin. 

Mary Frances Forrest Woodstock, 111. 

Emma Dency Frary LaMoille, 111. 

Flora Bell Galbreath Newark. 

Lor A Belle Gallup Niles, Mich. 

Olive Mary Gans Pierce. 

Ida Weston Gardner New Hampton, Iowa. 

Belle Geary Shiloh. 

Lucy Jane Geer Tabor, Iowa. 

Maggie Helen Giddings Oberlin. 

Ella Jane Gilchrist Oberlin. 

Jessie Blanche Goddard Elk Rapids, Mich. 

Antoinette Tryphena Goodson Bellevue. 

Helen Louise Grimes Mansfield. 

Mary Elixa Guinell Oberlin. 

Emma Lulu Guipe ^ Kirksville, Mo. 

Ida May' Hadden Cleveland. 

Florence Elizabeth Hall Hudson, Mich. 

Julia Brainerd Hall Oberlin. 

Mary Catherine Hall Charlestown. 

Grace Greenwood Hamilton Clarksburg, Ind. 

Jane Harrold Mt. Eaton. 

Bessie Ann Harriman Bedford. 

Lizzie Ann Harrington Erie, Pa. 

Ida Alice Harris Jackson, Mich. 

Georgetta Harvey Oberlin. 

MARAquiTA Hayes Hanover. 

Carlie Willard Haynes Oberlin. 

Alice Mary Heald Canton, 111. 

Flora Hoyt Henry Oberlin. 

Mary Minerly Hill Upper Sandusky. 

Orrill Virginia Hill Flint, Mich. 

Rosalie Barbara Hille Bath, N. Y. 

Agnes Hine Painesville. 

Martha Hoiland Cambridge, Wis. 

Alice Emma Hoskin Jefterson. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 41 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Faxxie Amelia Hosley Pittsfield. 

Sarah Lolisa Hudsox Oberlin. 

Alice Adelia Huff Iowa City, Iowa. 

Emma J Hrxx Kendallvillc. Ind. 

Lucy Phelps Hurlbut Danville, Iowa. 

Pauline M. Icenhour Columbiana. 

Ella Flora Jacksox Hicksville. 

Susie Elwina Jame.s Austin, Texas. 

Lillian Josephine Jaqles Hudson, Mich. 

Ruth Mary Jefferson Danville. 

Ida Belle Johnson Ripley. 

Mary Cornelia Johxsox Oberlin. 

Ulie B. Johxsox Elyria. 

Eleroxi.\ Harriet Joslix* Pueblo, Col. 

Ida M.\y Kelley Crawfordsville, Ind. 

LiLLiE Axx Kent Oil City, Pa. 

Lin a Kixsixger Oberlin. 

Minnie Kixsixger Oberlin. 

Julia Rebecca Klink Clyde. 

Jexxie Koch Oberlin. 

Mary Catherine Kuhx Bedford. 

Alta Matilda Lafferty Oberlin. 

Flora May Leiter Bellevue. 

Mattie Wixxie Letch Ryegate, Vt. 

EvELYX Buckixgham Levvis Newark. 

Flora Maria Loud Romeo, Mich. 

Helex Francelia Lovelaxd Oberlin. 

Della Carolixe Lucky Elmore. 

Alveola May Luse Clyde. 

Hattie Spooxer Lyon Salem. 

Faxxie Naomi Maxley Potsdam, N. Y. 

Mary Ella Maxley Oberlin. 

Ella Marsh LaRuc. 

Mariox Emily Marsh Bristol, Wis. 

Amelia Thorpe Martin Oberlin. 

Fannie R. Marvin Oberlin. 

Rebecca Massey Oberlin. 

Addie Clark McConnell Sullivan. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES, 

Mary Eslander McKinney Columbia, S. C. 

Jennie Belle Mead East Saginaw. Mich. 

Hattie Hannah Meeker Huron. 

Hattie Metcalf Oberlin. 

Amna Levinnie Merriam Ionia, Mich. 

Elizabeth Adelaide Miller Newark, N. J. 

Mary Catherine Monroe Oberlin. 

Mary Joanna Morgan Oberlin. 

Carrie Anna Mlnson Oberlin. 

Ida Morgan Napier Nashville, Tenn. 

Mary Jane Nettleton Oberlin. 

Fannie Newell Newton Olmstead. 

Sarah Newton Oberlin. 

Cora M.\y Nichols Faribault, Minn. 

Jennie Maria O'Reilley Marvsville. 

Mary Charlotte Oti.s Hicksville. 

Sarah Edith Owen Oil City, Pa. 

Mary Frisbie Parish Oberlin. 

Marion Eva Park Oberlin. 

May Garfield Parks Oberlin. 

Ida Melissa Parmenter Vermontville. Mich. 

Flora Licina Partridge Marvsville. 

Ellen May Pelton Cleveland. 

Alice Adell Pexnell Buchanan, Mich. 

Emma Florence Peterson Oberlin. 

Amelia Naomi Reed Oberlin. 

Mary Lucinda Regal Oberlin. 

Helen Clara Reinhardt Granville, 111. 

Clara Lillian Rice Greensburg. 

Alice May Ring Union, Wis. 

Anna Locis.v Rohrbaugh Columbiana. 

Helen Eliz \ Rood Oberlin. 

Anna Frances Ryder Sterling, III. 

Frances Jennie Ryder Austinburg. 

Lalra Scott Council Bluffs, Iowa. 

Flora Irene Severance Bellevue. 

Henrietta Graves Smith Worthington, Minn. 

Mary Emma Smith Romeo, Mich. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 43 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Nellie Marion Smith Ypsilanti, Mich. 

Nettie Esther Smith Oberlin. 

Jaxe Snyder Oberlin. 

JiLiA Spalding Oberlin. 

Carrie Georgia St. John Oberlin. 

Mary Frances Stone Hillsdale, Mich. 

Belle Charlotte Swarthout Berlin Heights. 

Evelyn Amy Sweet Avon. 

Maggie A. Tatum Wilmington. Ark. 

Ella Fr.vnces Taylor Geneseo, 111. 

Mary Louisa Todd Tabor, Iowa. 

Ida Jane Tomlinson Williams Centre. 

Lillian Gertrude Towslee Lodi. 

Grace Loomis Upson Oberlin. 

Louise E valine Upson Oberlin. 

Carrie Day Wagar East Rockport. 

Julia Anna W^alz Mankato, Minn. 

Emm.\ Castle West Aurora, 111. 

Anna Belle White Bellevue. 

P.\nola Adell Willcutt Oberlin. 

Hattie Celestine Williams Oberlin. 

Alice Eliza Wire Lenox. 

Molly Wittenberg Little Rock. Ark. 

Bertha North Wright Glastonbury, Conn. 

Carrie Electa Wright Oberlin. 

Myra Rebecca Wright Oberlin. 

Ladies 202. 




I. DEPARTMENT OF THEOLOGY. 

Resident Graduate i 

Seniors 9 

Middles 10 

funiors 16 

36 

n. DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY AND THE ARTS. 

I. CL.^SSICAL AND SCIENTIFIC COURSE. 

Seniors . . 31; 

Juniors 36 

Sophomores. 40 Gentlemen 135 

Freshmen co I..adies 26 

^- 161 

2. LITERARY COURSE. 

Fourth Year 24 

Third Year 34 

Second Year 42 Gentlemen 3 

First Year 42 Ladies 139 

142 

3. IN SELECT STUDIES. 

(ientlemen 20 

Ladies 12 

32 

m. DEPARTMENT OF PREPARATORY INSTRUCTION. 

1. CLASSICAL SCHOOL. 

Seniors 75 

Middles S4 Gentlemen 201 

Juniors 54 Ladies 12 

213 

2. ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

Gentlemen loS 

Ladies 1 64 

272 

IV. CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC. 

Gentlemen 65 

Ladies 202 

267 



Total 1123 

Deducting those reckoned tvjtce 1 07 

Whole Number of Gentlemen 539 

Whole Number of Ladies 477 



Corrected Total 1016 



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Department of Theology. 

The Department of Theology is designed, primarily, to prepare young 
men for the Christian ministry. Any others who desire the advantages of theo- 
loo"ical study are received to its classes on such temis as the Faculty may 
prescribe. 

Applicants for admission to the Regtdar Course are expected to furnish sat- 
isfactory evidence of moral character, and of such scholarship as will enable 
them successfully to pursue this course. Students from other Theological 
Seminaries are admitted ad euudem. on presenting a regular dismission; and 
persons may be admitted to advanced standing in an}- of the classes on satis- 
factory examination in the studies already pursued by those classes. 

The Terms and Vacations are the same in all Departments of the College, 
and will be found in the Calendar. 

Council Hall, the building devoted to the exclusive uses of this Department, 
provides completely furnished rooms for fifty students, with no charge for room 
rent and but a small incidental fee. In assigning these rooms the preference 
will always be given to those who have the work of the ministry in view. 
Students in Theology incur no expense for tuition or for the use of the Library. 
Other expenses will vary according to the personal habits and tastes of each 
student. 

Aid is afforded by the American and the Ohio Education Societies to 
such students as are preparing for the ministry. The Seminary has also a 
special fund for the aid of students, from which several may receive a partial 
support. 

The Classical and English Schools furnish employment for experienced 
teachers, at reasonable compensation. After the completion of the first term 
of the middle year, students are permitted to supply vacant pulpits in the vicin- 
ity, as the opportunity may offer. During the Summ.er Vacation all the stud- 
ents may engage m preaching or other religious work, as Churches or Home 
Missionary Societies call for their services. With reasonable prudence and 
economy any student may pursue his course without interruption or embar- 
assment. 

Candidates for admission to the Junior Class must present evidence of grad- 
uation from some College, or of such scholarship as will enable them to enter 



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upon the course with profit. Those who do not bring a Diploma will be exam- 
ined in Greek, English and Rhetoric, Modern History, Mental and Moral 
Philosophy. 

JUNIOR YEAR. 

Hebrew — Elements and Exegesis; Greek — Harmony of the Gospels; Nat- 
ural Theology; History; Homiletics; Elocution; Especial prominence being 
given to the Departments of Greek and Hebrew Exegesis. 

MIDDLE YEAR. 

Revealed Theology; Homiletics; History; Exegesis of Selections from the 
New Testament, with Lectures in Biblical Theology; Exegesis of selections 
from the Old Testament, with Lectures on the Messianic Prophecies and Bib- 
lical Introduction; Elocution; especial prominence being given to the Depart- 
ment of Systematic Theology. 

SENIOR YEAR. 

History and Positive Institutions; Homiletics and Pastoral Theology; Exe- 
gesis of Selections from the New Testament, with Lectures; Exegesis of Se- 
lections from the Old Testament, with Lectures; Elocution; especial promi- 
nence being given to the Departments of Homiletics and History. 

LECTURES. 

Special Courses of Lectures are provided for upon Biblical Introduction, 
Church Polity, and other subjects. 

Rhetorical Exercises, consisting of the reading of original essays, the 
delivery of original addresses, written and unwritten, and the extemporaneous 
discussion of questions, occur weekly, in which the members of all the classes 
participate in succession. Special prominence is given to extemporaneous 
speaking, or the delivery of thoughts prepared but not written and committed 
to memory. 

Some are plainly called to the work of the ministry who have not had the 
advantage of a classical education, and for special reasons are not able to 
acquire it. These will be admitted to the Department and permitted to take 
the regular course, with the exception of the Hebrew and Greek exegesis, 
provided they are found, on examination, to be capable of doing so wath profit. 
The same general preparation is expected of this class of students as is required 
of those who enter the Regular Course, Greek excepted. 

Instruction in Biblical Exegesis as a substitute for the Hebrew and Greek of 
the Regular Course will be provided. 

Upon the completion of the course thus modified, students will receive the 
usual Diploma of the Department, without a Degree. 



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Department of Philosophy and the Arts. 



CLASSICAL AND SCIENTIFIC COURSE. 

Candidates for admission to the Freshman Class are examined in tlic 
common English Branches ; the Grammar of the Latin and Greek Lanji^uages ; 
Caesar, one Book ; Sallust's Catiline ; four of Cicero's Select Orations ; Vir- 
gil's ^'Eneid, five Books; Ilarkness' Latin Prose Composition, Parts First 
and Second ; Xenophon's Anabasis, three Books ; Homer's Iliad, two Books ; 
Olney's School Algebra, or an equivalent ; Olney's Plane Geometry ; English 
Analysis ; Ancient History ; History of the United States ; and Alden's 
Science of Government. 

Candidates for a higher standing are examined in the same, and also in 
the studies previously persued by the class to whicli they desire admission. 

No admission to the Senior class is allowed later than the beginning of 
the second term. 

Elective Studies. — -During the Sophomore and Junior and the first term 
of the Senior years, four studies are assigned to each term. Each student is 
required to elect three of these. 

The Annual Examinations tor admission to College for 1S7S will occur 

June 3rd, 4th and i;th ; also September 3rd, at 9 o'clock, in No. iS Society 
Hall. 

FRESHMAN CLASS. 

First Term Cicero's De Senectute et De Amicitia Crowell. 

Xenophon's Memorabilia Robbins. 

"Greek Prose Composition. 

• Solid and Spherical Geometry Olney. 

Second Term... Livy Stuart. 

Lvsias. 

Greek Prose Composition. 

Al8:ebra Olney. 

Third Term Hor.ace Chase. 

Herodotus Mather. 

Plane r.nd Spherical Trisjonometry Olney. 

SOPHOMORE CLASS. 

First Term Satires of Horace and Juvenal Chase. 

Homer's Odyssey Merry. 

German Whitney. 

General Geometry and Calculus Olney. 



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Second Term. ...Tacitus. 

German. 

Mechanics Olmsted. 

Evidences of Christianity — Rhetoric. 
Third Term Greek Tragedy. 

German. 

Natural Philosophy Olmsted. 

Botany Gray. 

JUNIOR CLASS. 

First Term Comedies of Plautus and Terence. 

French. 

Astronomy Olmsted. 

Logic .Jevon. 

Second Term Demosthenes' De Corona. 

Descriptive Geometry and Mechanical Drawing. 

Chemistry — Lectures. 

Zoology Nicholson. 

Third Term Cicero's Philosophical Works. 

Civil Engineering and Navigation. 

Chemistry — Lectures. 

Mental Philosophy Porter. 

SENIOR CLASS. 

First Term Plato's Phaedo Wagner. 

Mental Philosophy Porter. 

Mineralogy and Blowpipe Analysis — Lectures an.i 
Laboratory Practice. 

Physiology — Lectures. 
• English Literature. 
Second Term. ...Butler's Analogy. 

English Literature. 

Moral Philosophy Fairchild. 

Modern History — Lectures. 
Third Term Political Economy Mill. 

Lectures on Art. 

Geology Dana. 

LITERARY COURSE. 

Candidates for admission to the first vear are examined in Engrlish C/ram- 
mar and Analysis ; Arithmetic; Olney's School Algebra, or an equivalent; 
Latin Grammar and Reader ; Harkness' Latin Prose Composition, Part 
First; Ridpath's History of the United States ; Geography. 

Candidates for advanced classes will be examined in the previous studies 
of the course. 

FIRST YEAR. 

First Term Geometry Olnev. 

Ca;sar Stuart. 

Physical Geography. 
Linear Drawinsr. 



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Second Term ...Geometry Olnev. 

Cicero'.s Orations Stuart. 

History of Roirn. Smith. 

Third Term .Vlg^ebra Olncv. 

Cicero's Orations Stuart. 

Science of Government Aklen. 

SECOND YEAR. 

First Term Plane and .Splierical Triijonometrv Olnev. 

Virgil Chase. 

Outlines of History Freeman. 

Second Term ...Mechanics Olmsted. 

French or \'irg;il. 

Evidences of Christianity — Rhetoric. 
Third Term Botany Gray. 

French or Sallust. 

Natural Philosojihy Olmsted. 

THIRD YEAR. 

First Term Astronomy Olmsted. 

German Whitney. 

Logic Jevon. 

Second Term... Chemistry — Lectures. 

Zooloffv Nicholson. 

German Whitney. 

Third Term Mental Philosophy Porter. 

German. 

Analvsis of Ena:lish Classics. 

FOURTH YEAR. 

First Term Mental Philosophy — Eng^lish Literature. 

Physiology — Lectures. 

History of Civilization Guizot. 

Second Term. ...English Literature. 

Butler's Analogy. 

Moral Philosophy Fairchild. 

Modern History — Lectures. 
Third Term Political Economy Mill. 

Lectures on Art. 

Geology Dana. 



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Department of Preparatory Instruction. 

CLASSICAL SCHOOL. 

The Classical Preparatory School is under the same general su- 
pervision with the other Departments, and under the immediate direction 
and management of the Principal. The members of this School are subject 
to the same regulations as other students in the College. It is designed to 
prepare students for the Clarsical and Scientific Course in the Department of 
Philosophy and the Arts. 

The Senior and Middle Classes are taught by the Principal and Tutors; 
the Junior Class by teachers selected from those students in Theology who 
have received the degree of Bachelor of Arts. 

To enter the Junior Class, students will be examined in English Gram- 
mar through Svntax, Arithmetic through Percentage, and the Elements of 
Geography. Candidates for a higher standing will be examined in the stud- 
ies previously pursued by the class to which they desire admission. 



JUNIOR CLASS. 

First Term I^atin Grammar and Reader Harkness. 

Ensrlish Grammar Whitney. 

Geography Col ton. 

Secoxd TERM....I.atin Reader Harkness. 

English Analysis Greene. 

History of the United States Ridpath. 

Third Term Latin Reader Harkness. 

Latin Prose Composition to Part 11 Harkness. 

History of the United States Ridpath. 

.\rithmetic White . 

MIDDLE CLASS. 

First Term Cnesar. one Book Stuart. 

Latin Prose Composition to Lesson 54 Harkness. 

Greek Grammar Hadlev. 

Science of Government Alden. 

Seco.nd Term. ...Cicero, two Orations Stuart. 

Latin Prose Composition to Lesson 68 Harkness. 

Greek, Grammar and Anabasis Boise. 

History of Rome Smith. 

Third Term Cicero, three Orations Stuart. 

Latin Prose Composition to Part III Harkness. 

Anabasis Boise. 

History of Greece Smith. 

SENIOR CLASS. 

First Term Virgil, two Books Chase. 

Anabasis Boise. 

Algebra Olnev. 



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Second Term.. A'irsjil, three Books Cliase. 

Anabasis coin pie ted Koise. 

Greek Prose Ciini]n)sition Jones. 

Algebra Olney. 

Third Tekm Sallust's Conspiracy of Catiline Stuart. 

Homer's Iliad, two Books Boise. 

Plane Geometr}' Olnoy. 

Other text books than those specified are not allowed in the recitation 
room. Lessons in the F^nglish Bible and Rhetorical Exercises weekly, through 
the course. 

ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

The Engllsh Prki-.xratory School is under the same general super- 
vision with the other Departments, and under the immediate direction and 
management of the Principal. The members of this School are subject to 
the same regulations as other students in the College. It is especially de- 
signed to prepare Students for the Literary Course in the Department of 
Philosophy and the Arts. Especial attention is devoted to the needs of those 
who are preparing to teach. No students are admitted who have not ad- 
vanced as far as Fractions in Arithmetic. 

The classes are taught bj Tutors, and bv teachers selected from the stu- 
dents in Theology and the higher Classes in Philosophy and the Arts. 

To enter the Senior Class, students will be examined in English Gram- 
mar through Syntax, Aritb.metic and Geography. 

SENIOR CLASS. 

First Term Alg^ebra Olney. 

Latin Grammar Harkncss. 

Latin Header Ifarkness. 

English Analysis Greene. 

Second Term. ...Algebra Olney. 

Latin Reader llarkness. 

History of the United States Ridpath. 

TniKD Ter.m Algebra Olney. 

Latin Reader Harkncss. 

Latin Prose Composition to Part II llarkness. 

History of the United States Ridpath. 

Classes are organized each term in the following studies: 

Arithmetic — Ray's Third Part, two classes. 

White's complete, two classes. 
Gr.\mmar— Harvey's, two classes; Whitney's Essentials of English Grammar, one 

class; Greene's Analysis. 
Geography — Colton's, two classes. 

Elocution and Reading— National Fifth Reader, two classes. 
Orthography and Spelling. 
Algebra— OIney's School, three classes. 
Geometry— Olney 's, two classes. 
Norton's Natural Philosophy. 
Dalton's Physiology. 

Lessons in the English Bible and Rhetorical Exercises weekly, for all the 

students in the School. 



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Conservatory of Music. 



This Department ib under the same general management as the other 
Departments, and under the special supervision of the Director. 

Students in the Conservatory are subject to the regular College disci- 
pline. 

COURSE OF STUDY. 

HARMONY. 

Scales, both Major and Minor, Intervals and their inversions, Chords in their various 
relations. Part-writings, Modulation, Choral, Single and Double Counterpoint, Composition 
and Analysis of nuisi-al works. 

PIANO FORTE. 

Duvernoy's Etudes in Mechanism, op. 120. 
Czerny, op. 636. 
Krause, op. 2. 
Heller, op. 46. 
Spindler, op. i/(i. 

Czerny, op. 299, (Studies in ^'elocity.) 
Heller, op. 45 and 16. 
Jensen, op. 32. 

Cramer's Fifty Studies, (Von Bulow's Edition.) 
dementi's Gradus ad Parnassum, (Tausig's Edition.) 
Czerny, op. 740. 
Mayer, op. 305. 
Moscheles, op. 70. 

Sonatas by Kuhlau, Clementi, Hayden, Mozart, Beethoven; and selections from 
Bach, Schumann, Mendelssohn, Chopin and other standard authors. 

CULTIVATION OF THE VOICE. 

Careful instruction is given in the use of the voice, and the correct manner of producing 
a good tone; thorough drill in Technical Exercises, Solfeggios, Vocalises, etc, to give con- 
trol over and flexibility to the voice; and practice in singing the best English, German, Ital- 
ian and French songs, Operatic Arias and Solos from the Oratorios, for expression and the 
development of pure style. 

ORGAN. 

Selections from Rink's and Ritter's Organ School. 

Pedal Technics — Thayer. 

Pedal Studies — Volkniar. .^ 

Studies in Pedal Phrasing — Buck. 

Trios, op. 20 Richter, and op. 39 Merkel. 

Fugues from the Well-tempered Clavier, arr. by Van Eyken, — Bach. 

Selections from Mendelssohn's Sonatas, Preludes and Fugues, Ritter's Sonatas, 
Bach's Organ Works. 

Miscellaneous selections from the works of Buck, Smart, G. Ad. Thomas, Best, 
Freycr, Kiclitcr, Hesse, Ritter and others. 



OBEBLIN COLLEGE. 53 



Exercises in playing Church Music, Voluntaries, accompanyina: Choirs, Reg^istrations, 
etc., including- all that is necessary to give one a thorough mastery over the organ, for 
Church or Concert use. 

The length of time necessary for the completion of this Course cannot 
be stated definitely, btit will vary from two to four years. 

No pupil is allowed to enter upon the studies of the last year in any de- 
department of Music who has not presented to the Director satisfactory 
evidence of proficiency in the fundamental branches of an English education. 

The classes in Choral Singing are free to all members of the College. 

Weekly rehearsals are given, at which pupils who are competent are ex- 
pected to perform. 

Pupils must furnish or rent their instruments for practice. Pianos can 
always be rented in the village at reasonable rates. 

Students in other Departments, taking lessons in music, are required to 
make their arrangements with the Director of the Conservatory. 

Catalogues, containing full particulars concerning this Department, can be 
obtained bv addressing Consernatory of Ml sic, Oberlix. Ohio. 



Penmanship. 



Arrangements are made to furnish instruction in Penmanship, under a 
permanent and appro\ed teacher. A pleasant and commodious room in 
Tappan Hall is devoted to the classes in writing. 

For terms see the table of extra charges, or address the Instructor in 
Penmanship. 



Lediures. 

In the Departmext of Theology, lectures are given in the several 
branches of instruction to all classes throughout the year, and on special 
topics during the second and third terins. 

In the Departmext of Philosophy and the Arts, to the several 
classes throughout the year, according to the announcement in the Courses 
of Study. 

Practical Lectures on General Habits, Methods of Study and other im- 
portant subjects, are delivered once in two weeks to the ladies, by the Princi- 
pal of the Ladies" Department, and to the young men of the Preparatory 
Schools by the Principal of those Schools. 





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DEGREES AND DIPLOMAS. 

The Degree of Bachelor (h<' Divixity is conferred upon the gradviates 
of the Regular Course in the Department of Theology; that of Bachelor 
OF Arts upon the graduates of the Classical and Scientific Course in the 
Department of Philosophy- and the Arts. 

The Degree of Master of Arts is conferred upon any Bachelor of 
three or more years' standing, who has been engaged in literary or scientific 
pursuits, and has sustained a good moral character. 

Diplomas, certifying the successful completion of the pi-escribed Course 
of Study, are given to the graduates of the Special Course in the Department of 
Theology, to the graduates of the Literary Course in the Department of Phi- 
losophy and the Arts, and to the graduates of the Conservatory of Music. 

EXAMINATIONS. 

At the close of each term the classes are examined in the studies of that 
term; and at the end of the vear there are jceneral examinations in all 
Departments. 

Every recitation and examination is marked, and a record is kept by the 
Faculty of the attainments of each student, and also of his delinquencies. 
Information concerning his progress and deportment is. when requested, com- 
municated to tlie parent or guardian. 

RELIGIOUS EXERCISES. 

All students are required to attend Church twice on the Sabbatii, and the 
weekly lecture on Thursday. 

They are also required to attend daily prayers in the evening at the Chapel, 
and in the morning with the families in which they board. Every class has a 
weekly exercise in the English Bible, which all are required to attend. 

There is a weekly prayer meeting on Monday evening for all young people, 
conducted by the students; and a weekly prayer meeting for each class, con- 
ducted by one of the teachers. 

LIBRARY, APPARATUS AND CABINET. 

The Libraries connected with the College number fifteen thousand volumes. 
The Apparatus, in the Departments of Natural Philosophy and Chemistry, 
is sufficient for the varied illustrations of these sciences. 



OBEBLIN COLLEGE. 55 

The Cabinets in Geology and Natural History amply illustrate the branches 
of Mineralogy. Lithological Geology. Palaeontology. Archaeology. Radiate 
Life, American and Foreign Shells and Insects, and many branches of Verte- 
brate Life. Additions are constantly made to these collections. 

FACILITIES FOR SELF-SUPPORT. 

The College does not furnish manual labor to the students. Diligent and 
faithful young men can lind employinent, with satisfactory compensation, in 
the ^•illage. A fe\y are employed in the care of the College buildings. About 
thirty students in the higher classes, gentlemen and ladies, are employed as 
assistant teachers. 

REGULATIONS. 

The Regulations of the Institution are few and simple, appealing to the 
student's self-respect and personal responsibility. He is required to abstain 
from the use of Tobacco and Intoxicating Drinks, and from connection with 
any Secret Society. No student is permitted to yisit one of the other sex at a 
priyate room, except by special permission in case of seyere sickness. 

SUMMER VACATION. 

Hereafter the long yacation will occur in the Summer, instead of in the 
Winter. Special arrangements are made, howeyer, so that those students who 
are obliged to teach in the Winter, can make up the studies thus omitted in the 
Summer yacation, under the instruction of members of the Faculty. 

LADIES" DEPARTMENT. 

Ladies in all the Departments of Study are under the superyision of the 
Principal of the Ladies" Department and the management of the Ladies' 
Board. 

Ladies from abroad desiring admission to the Ladies' Hall, should make 
previous application in writing, certifying their age, state of health, character, 
previous attainments, and the time they propose to remain here. Those who 
are admitted will be duly apprized of their admission. All ladies are expected 
to consult the Principal before selecting their boarding places. 

Ladies are required to be in their rooms at'ter eight o'clock in the evening 
during the Summer months, and after half-past seven during the Winter 
months. 

Every lady is required to present, once in two weeks, a written report of 
her observance and her failures in the observance of the regulations of the 
Department, signed by the matron of the family in which she boards. 



56 OBEBLIX COLLEGE. 



These reports, together with the marks of her recitations, are recorded by 
the Principal, and are open at all times for the inspection of the Faculty, the 
Ladies' Board and all friends interested. 

ADMISSION AND EXPENSES. 

Candidates for admission to any of the Departments must bring testimoni- 
als of good character; and those coming from other institutions must bring a 
certificate of honorable dismission. 

The student in e\ery department pursues his studies in his private room, 
and meets with his class in the public room for recitation. No arrangement 
is made for those who ha\e not sufficient maturity and self-control to study 
profitably under these conditions. 

None are admitted to full membership until tliev have honorabl\- passed a 
probation of six months. None will be received imder sixteen years of age, 
unless committed to the care of some approved resident of the place; nor any 
under fourteen, except by special arrangement with the Faculty. 

Room rent in the Ladies' Hall is $10.50 a term for each occupant, including 
lights, the privileges of the house and care in ordinary sickness. Each room is 
intended for two ladies, and is provided with carpets and other necessary fur- 
niture, including husk bed. All other articles of bedding will be furnished by 
the occupants; also, lamps and table napkins. No room will be considered 
engaged for any term unless two dollars is paid on the rent, which sum will be 
forfeited if the room is not taken, unless written notice «to that eft'ect is given 
to the Treasurer, at least one week before the opening of the term. Fuel is 
furnished as required, the charge being according to the amount consumed. 

Room rent in Council Hall is free, and the rooms are completely fiu-nished; 
the incidental fee is .$5.00 a term; in Tappan Hall rent is $2.50 a term if two 
gentlemen occupy the same room, $4.00 for a single occupant. These rooms 
are provided with all necessary furniture except carpets and beds. 

The price of board Avill vary with the cost of provisions. At present, board 
in the Ladies' Hall is $2.80 per week; in private families, including rooms furn- 
ished, from $2.50 to .i;4.oo per week; fuel and lights extra. 

The Treasurer's bills are payable at the beginning of each term; board in 
the Ladies' Hall, each half term in advance. 

The following may be considered as a near estimate of the necessary 
expenses for a term of twelve weeks, in any department except the Theolog- 
ical, in which there is no charge for tuition, room rent or use of Library. 

Tuition, or rent of Scholarsliip ,t;3 00 :f3 00 

Inci cntals -6- - f^:^ 

LibniryFee 35 35 

Board, ip2.oo to !|!3.oo per week 24 Goto 36 00 

Room Rent 2 50 to 10 00 

Lights and Washinjr . qq jo S 00 

Books and Stationery a 50 to 7 00 

'^"'-'' 6 00 to 10 00 

$51 00 to $So 00 



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EXTRA CHARGES. 

Piano, twenty-five lessons $i- oo 

Organ, twenty-five lessons i^ oo 

Harmony, twenty-five lessons 6 oo 

Cultivation of the voice 15 00 

Use of Instrument, one hour per day |2 00 — 3 00 

Oil Painting^. with use of Models, thirty lessons 10 00 

AVater Colors 6 00 

Crayon Drawing-, fifty lessons 7 00 

Perspective Drawing 6 00 

Use of Musical Library i 00 — 3 00 

French and German, except in the Regular Courses 5 00 

Penmanship, one term, one hour a dav :; 00 

Penmanship, one month, constant practice 6 00 

Full Course in Practical Penmanship 20 00 

Full Course in Ornamental Penmanship 20 00 

Full Course in both Styles 30 00 

Thorough instruction in Vocal Music is free to all. 

SITUATION. 

Oberlin is easily accessible from all parts of the country-, being situated on 
the Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Railway, an hour's ride from Cleveland. 
The village of thirty -five himdred inhabitants, has grown up with the College, 
and is, to a large degree, free from the temptations and dangers often surround- 
ing colleges. 

Letters of inquiry may be addressed to the Secretary and Treasurer, J. B. 
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TERMS AND VACATIONS. 
1877. 

Fall Term begins Tuesday, Sept. 1 1 . 

Winter Vacation begins. Tuesday, Nov. 27. 

Winter Term begins Tuesday, Dec. 4. 

1878. 

Spring Vacation begins. Saturday, March 2. 

Spring Term begins Tuesday, March 12. 

Summer Vacation begins Thursday, June 13. 

Fall Term begins Tuesday, Sept. 3. 



PUBLIC OCCASIONS. 
1878. 



Anniversary of the Theological Society. 

Junior Exhibition 

Anniversary of the Alpha Zeta Society 
Anniversary of the Phi Kappa Pi Society. 



. Thursday, Feb. 28. 

Friday, March 22. 

Saturday, Ma_\ 4. 

Saturday-, May 11. 



Anniversary of the Phi Delta Society Saturday, May iS. 

Anniversary of the yElioian Society Wednesday, May 22. 

Anniversary of the Ladies' Literary Society Wednesday, May 29. 

Exhibition of the Senior Preparatory Class Wednesday, June 5. 

Exhibition of the Conservatory of Music Thursday, June 6. 

Address to the Theological Alumni Friday, June 7. 

Commencement, Department of Theology Saturday, June 8. 

Baccalaureate Sermon Sunday, June 9. 

Address before the Missionary Society Sunday, June 9. 

Union Exhibition of the College Societies Monday, June 10. 

Address before the Literary Societies Monday, June 10. 

Commencement, Liteiary Course Tuesday, June 11. 

Address before the Society of Alumni Tuesday, June 11. 

CoM.MENCEMENT, Classical and Scientiiic Cour.se Wednesday, June 12. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE 



1878-79. 



( 



CATALOGUE 



OF THE 



Officers and Students 



OF 



Oberlin College, 



FOR THE 



COLLEGE YEAR 



1878-79. 



OBERLIIsr, O. : 

PRINTED AT THE NEWS JOB ROOM, 

1878. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



-♦•♦■♦- 



Re^. JAIVIE^^ H. FAIRCH1I.I>, Pre««idciif. 

TERM EXPIRES 1879. 

Eev. MICHAEL E. STRIEBY Newark, X. J. 

URIAH THOMPSON Obeklix. 

Rev. henry COWLES Oberlin. 

Rev. WILLIAM B. BROWN Newark, N. J. 

TERM EXPIRES 1880. 

Rev. SAMUEL WOLCOTT Cleveland. 

A. B. NETTLETON Philadelphia, Pa. 

Rev. WOLCOTT B. WILLIAMS Charlotte, Mich. 

SETH H. SHELDON. .'. • Cleveland. 

term expires 1881. 

J. G. W. COWLES Cleveland. 

GEORGE B. DELAM ATER Meadville, Pa. 

WILLIAM SUMNER • Cincinnati. 

T. L. NELSON Elyria. 

TERM EXPIRES 1882. 

Hon. JAMES MONROE Oberlin. 

J. E. INGERSOLL Cleveland. 

Hon. J. D. COX Toledo. 

DAN P. EELLS Cllvkland. 

TERM EXPIRES 1883. 

E. J. GOODRICH , Oberi.in. 

F. C. SESSIONS CoLi-MBus. 

L. C. WARNER, M. D New York. 



PRUDENTIAL COMMITTEE. 



Pkes. J. H. B\\[RCHILD. 
Rev. IIEXRY COWLES. 
URIAH TIIOMPSOX. 



Prof. JOHX M. ELLIS. 
HIRAM HULBURD. 
E. J. GOODRICH. 



J. B. T. MARSH. 



J. B. T. MARSH, Secretary and Treasurer. 



Rev. G. p. KIMBALL, Financial Agent. 



LADIES' BOARD OF MANAGERS. 



Mrs. a. a. F. JOHNSTOX. 
Mrs MARIANNE P. DASCOMB. 
Mrs. REBECCA FINNEY. 
Mrs. MINERVA E. ELLIS. 



Mrs. ELIZABETH S. MEAD. 
Mrs. AUGUSTA B. SMITH. 
Mrs. MARY B. SHURTLEFF. 
Mrs. HELEN M. RICE. 



FACULTY. 



Kbv. JAMES H. FAIRCHILD, PRESIDENT, 

PROFESSOR OP THEOLOGY AND MORAL PHILOSOPHY. 

AVERY PROFESSORSHIP. 

Rev. JOHN MORGAN, 

PROFESSOR OF NEW TESTAMENT LITERATURE AND BIBLICAL THEOLOGY. 

JAMES DASCOMB, M. D., 
PROFESSOR EMERITUS OF CHEMISTRY, BOTANY AND PHYSIOLOGY. 

Rev. JOHN M. ELLIS, 

PROFESSOR OF MENTAL PHILOSOPHY AND RHETORIC. 

REV. CHARLES H. CHURCHILL, 

PROFESSOR OF MATHEMATICS AND NATURAL PHILOSOPHY. 

REV. JUDSON SMITH, 

PROFESSOR OF CHURCH HISTORY AND POSITIVE INSTITUTIONS AND 

LECTURER ON MODERN HISTORY. 

GILES W. SHURTLEFF, A. M. 

PROFESSOR OF THE LATIN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE. 

Rev. HIRAM MEAD, 
PROFESSOR OP SACRED RHETORIC AND PASTORAL THEOLOGY. 

FENELON B. RICE, 
PROFESSOR OF MUSIC. 

REV. ELIJAH P. BARROWS, 
PROFESSOR OF OLD TESTAMENT LITERATURE AND BIBLICAL THEOLOGY. 

ALBERT A. WRIGHT, A. M., Ph. B., 
PROFESSOR OF GEOLOGY AND NATURAL HISTORY^ 

JAMES K. NEWTON, A. M., 

PROFESSOR OF THE GERMAN AND FRENCH LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES. 

FREDRIKA BREMER HULL PROFESSORSHIP. 

GEORGE H. WHITE, A. M., 

PRINCIPAL OP THE PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT AND 
PROFESSOR OF ANCIENT LANGUAGES. 

WILLIAM K. KEDZIE, M. S., 

PROFESSOR OF CHEMISTRY AND MINERALOGY. 

Rev. WILLIAM G. BALLANTINE, 

PROFESSOR OF HEBREW AND GREEK EXEGESIS. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



Rev. SAMUEL H. LEE, 
PROFESSOR OF POLITICAL ECOXOJIT AXD FISAXCIAL SECRETARY. 

WILLIAM G. FROST, A. B.. 
INSTRUCTOR IN THE GREEK LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE. 



Rev. a. HASTINGS ROSS, 
SPECIAL LECTURER ON CHURCH POLITY. 

REV. HENRY MATSON, 
LIBRARIAN. 

HOBART K. PAINTER, A. B., 

TUTOR IN GRAMMAR. 

LYMAN B. HALL B. D., 
TUTOR IN GREEK. 

HERBERT D. GOODENOUGH, A. B., 
TUTOR IN LATIN. 

JAMES F. EATON, A. B., 

TUTOR IN LATIN AND GREEK. 

FREDERIC A. CHURCHILL, A. B., 

TEACHER OF MATHEMATICS. 

CALVIN B. C.\DY, 
INSTRUCTOR IN PIANO AND COMPOSITION. 

FRANK M. DAVIS, 

INSTRUCTOR IN PIANO AND VIOLIN. 

WILLIAM B. CHAMBERLAIN, A. B., 

TEACHER OF VOCAL MUSIC. 

URIAH MCKEE, 
TEACHER OF PENMANSHIP. 



MRS. A. A. F. JOHNSTON, A. M., 
PRINCIPAL OF THE LADIES' DEPARTMENT AND INSTRUCTOR IN HISTORY. 

MISS MARGARET E. STRATTON, 
ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL.^ 

MISS MARY M. WRIGHT, A. M., 

TUTOR IN MATHEMATICS. 

MISS L. CELESTIA WATTLES, 
INSTRUCTOR IN PIANO AND HAR.MONY. 

MRS. HELEN M. RICE, 
INSTRUCTOR IN VOCAL MUSIC. 

Miss ANNA M. WYETT, 
INSTRUCTOR IN DRAWING AND PAINTING. 



^tp^nmtm m ^m^m^^ 



FACULTY. 



JAMES H. FAIRCHILD, PRESIDENT. 
JOHN MORGAN. JUDSON SMITH. 

HIKAM MEAD. ELI.JAH P. BARROWS. 

WILLIAM G. BALLANTINE. 



STUDENTS. 



EE SI DENT GRAD^UATE. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. ROOMS. 

Benjamin Franklin Shuart Cleveland 54 Tappan Hall. 

Oberlln Theological Seminary, 1878. 



SENIOR CLASS. 

Eeuben Alview Beard Columbus 25 Council Hall. 

Ohio Wesleyan University, 

Isaac Linn^us Cory Thorntown 16 Council Hall. 

Wabash College, 

James Francis Eaton Hamden, N. Y 32 Council Hall. 

Williams College, 1876. 

William Goodell Frost Oberlin 20 West Lorain st, 

Oberlin College, 1876. 

Horace Payne James Weybridge, Vt. . .17 Council Hall. 

Middlebury College, 1876. 

HoBART Kingsbury Painter . . Oberlin 22 Spring st. 

Oberlin College, 1875. 

James Budden Eenshaw Richmond, Mass. .18 Council Hall. 

Massachusetts Agricultural College, 1873. 

Evan Thomas Granville 12 Council Hall. . 

Denlson University, 1876. 

Seniors --..__ g. 







OBEELIX COLLEGE. 


7 




MIDDLE CLASS. 






NAMES. KESIDKXCEa. 


ROOMS. 




WiLLi.Yii Fkkmoxt Blackmax . . Kirksville, Mo. . . 


. 3 Council Hall. 




Oberliu College, 1877. 






William Bexton Chamberlain. .Oberliu .... 


. 8 West Lorain st. 




Oberlin College, 1875. 




Frederic Arthur Churchill. . .Oberliu 


22 Council Hall. 




Oberlin College, 1877. 




George Edward Crane Oberlin 


13 Council Hall. 




Oberliu College, 1877. 




LuciAN Edmond Danks Oberlin 


. 16 Elm St. 

. 41 North :\Iaiii st. 




Herbert Delos Goodenough . .Oberlin 




Oberlin College, 1877. 






Azel Hatch Oberlin 


. 21 Council Hall. 




Oberlin College, 1875. 






Rupert Preston Hodge Janesville, Wis. . 


. 7 Council Hall. 




Oberlin College, 1874. 






Victor Eugene Loba Oberlin 


. 8 Council Hall. 




Olivet College, 1876. 






Ira John Mai^ville Sparta 


. 19 West Lorain st. 
.19 Council Hall. 




William Otterbeln W. Pringle. Fremont 




Oberlin College, 1876. 






Angus Archibald Eobertson. .Halifax, X. S... 


.11 Council Hall. 




Dartmouth College, 1877. 






Charles Jackson Ryder Oberlin 


. 33 North Main st. 




Oberlin College, 1875. 






Burnett Theodore Stafford . . . Cleveland 


. 2 Council Hall. 




Hiram College, 1876. 


. 24 Council Hall. 
. 3 Elm St. 




D\NA Magoon Oberlin 




James Brainerd Stocking Oberlin 




Henry Fay Tyler Columbus 


16 Council Hall. 




Middles 


- n. 




JUNIOR CLASS. 






Iren^eus J. Atavood Oberlin 


14 West St. 




Ripon College, 1878. 






Joseph Fletcher Bacon Oberlin 


. 4 West St. 




Oberlin College, 






■ Henry Liberty Bates Plymouth, Neb. 


.28 Council Hall. 




Oberlin College, 1876. 






Oliver Hobart Chapin Spartansburgh,P. 


I 33 Council Hall. 




Oberlin College, 

















8 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 




NAMES. 


RESIDENCES. 


ROOMS. 




Walter Disbro Close 

Oberlin College, 


.Henrietta 


. .IJr'Council Hall. 










Henry Reid Cooley 


. .Cleveland 


, . 9 Forest st. 




Hiram College, 1877. 








WiLLLVM Edwards Fay 


Springfield 


. . 1 Council Hall. 




Marietta College, 1878. 








Lucius Bierce Fuller 


. Nelson 


..10 Council Hall. 




Oberlin College, 1878. 








Marcus Bell Fuller 

Oberlin College, 1878. 


. . Nelson 


. . 9 Council Hall, 








William Andrew Hobbs 

Oberlin College, 1878. 


.Oberlin 


.28 Council Hall. 








John Henry Hull 


.Oberlin 


. 34 East College st. 




Oberlin College, 








Thomas Anthony Humphreys 


.Delphos 


. 24 Council Hall. 




Oberlin College, 








Benjamin Albert Imes 


.Van Wert, Pa .. 


..27 Council Hall. 




Oberlin College, 1877. 








George Francis Kenaston . . . 


. Oberlin 


. 16 South Professor st 




Dartmouth College, 1878. 








Charles Sumner Leeper 


.Monticello, HI. . 


. . 4 Council Hall. 




Oberlin College, 








John Nicholas Matincheff, . 


. Samokov, Bulgaria, 6 Council Hall. 




Oberlin College, 








Irving Wight Metcalf 

Oberlin College, 1878. 


. .Elyria 


..13 Council Hall. 










Francis Marion Price 


.Oberlin 

.Norwich, Vt. . . . 


. 48 Groveland st. 
. 20 Council Hall. 




Martin Luther Stimson 




Dartmouth College, 1878. 








Wesley Meyers Stover 


.Lisle, 111 


. 31 West College st 




Oberlin College, 1878. 








Albert Marion Wheeler .... 


. Shelby 


..23 Council Hall. 




Oberlin College, 1878. 








William Cullen Wilcox 


.Richrteld 


. .15 Council Hall. 




Oberlin College. 1878. 
Charles Naumann 




..31 Council HaL 




.Naperville, Ind. 




Northwestern College. 1872. 








George Reid Tuttle 


ClftvelHtul 


. . 1 Spring St. 
24. 




Janiors - • 










CLASSICAL AND SCIENTIFIC COURSE. 



FACULTY. 



JAMES H. FAIRCHILD, PRESIDENT. 
JOHN M. ELLIS. ALBERT A. WRIGHT. 

CHARLES H. CHURCHILL. JAMES K. NEWTON. 

JUDSON SMITH. WILLIAM K. KEDZIE. 

GILES W. SHURTLEFF. WILLIAM G. FROST. 



STUDENTS. 



SENIOR CLASS. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. ROOMS. 

WiLBERT Lee Anderson East Berkshire, Vt. 74 East College st. 

Jason Alonzo Barber Tontogany 9 Walnut st. 

Henry Royce Bass West Randolph, Vt. 22 West Lorain st. 

Madison William Beacom Mechanicstown 31 North Pleasant st. 

Fred Bellows Weep'g Water,jS'eb. 2(1 Cong. Church. 

George B. Boone Mecca -1 Elm st. 

William Henry Buss Creston, 111 74 East College st. 

DwiGHT Howard Clapp Kirthuul 9 Walnut st. 

Charles Morse Collier Salem, Oregon 57 Tappan Hall. 

Olin Lareau Fowler Livo'nia,N. Y .... 22 West Lorain st. 

William Raymond Green Maiden, 111 Cabinet Hall. 

James Ishmael Greves Cleveland 20 West College st. 

Miles Woodbury Harrison. . LaGrange CO West College st. 

George Berry Heazelton Pittsburg, Pa 14 West Lorain st. 

Henry Churchill King Hillsdale, ^SUch ... 7 Forest st. 

John Kllne Rensslaerv'e,]Sr.Y. 47 West College st. 





10 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 1 


NAMES. 

Nestor Light 


residences. 
. Milford, Ct 

Reading, N. Y. . , . 
. Stanton, Mich. . . . 
.Woodburn, 111. . 

.Kelley's I.sland. . . 
. Urbana 

. Savannah 

. Milan 

Fitchville 

. Oberlin 


rooms. 
20 West College st. 
. 21 East College st. 
7 Forest st. 
2d Cong. Church. 
.35 West Lorain st. 
. 47 West College st. 

. 35 North Profes'r st. 
. 9 Elm St. 
. 9 Elm St. 
. 9 Elm St. 
. 18 North Main st. 
Ladies' Hall. 
19 North Main st. 

29. 

. 19 West Lorain st. 
3 Elm St. 
3 Elm St. 
.6 West Lorain st. 

59 East College- St. 
.10 East Lorain st. 

1st Cong. Church. 
.34 West College st. 
. 4 South Profes'r St. 
.60 West College st. 
. 7 East Lorain st. 

64 East College st. 
.42 North Main st. 
.16 South Profes'r St. ' 
.33 Tappan Hall. 
.32 West College St. 
.21 East College st. 
.13 East Lorain st. 
.51 West College st. 


John Richard Nichols 

Wilson Brayton Paine 

Alford Brown Penniman ... 

Henry Ricker 

Benjamin Thompson. : 

Sarah Jane Bebout 

Mary Emily Case 

Essie Eliza Johnson 

Alice Edwards Mead 

Mary Braman Rockwood. . . . 

Mary Elvira Temple 

Ida Elfleda Willcutt 

Seniors 

JUNI 

Leander Jefferson Aldrich. 

David Edwin Barney 

Watson Elliott Boise 

Harvey Wilson Compton .... 
John William Cunnick 


. Oberlin 


. Birmingham 

Oberlin .... 




OR CLASS. 

. Coiiklingsv'e,N.Y 
. La Porte, Ind .... 

Belle vue 

. Coshocton 

. Mineral Ridge . . . 

Oberlin 

.Jamestown, N. Y . 

Burr Oak, Mich . . 

Oshkosh, Wis .. .. 

. La Grange 

. Oberlin 


Darius Lyman Edwards 

Clarence Ross Gale 

Frederic Yale Gaston 

William McLean Graham . . . 

Byron Bement Harrison 

David Alexander Haylor . 
Robert Cehorn Henderson. 
William Kaiser 


Zanesville 

Giladenhutten. . . . 

Wauseon 

. Oberlin 

. Oberlin 

.Oberlin 


Arthur William Lyon 

Daniel Magnus . 


Oscar Homer McConoughey . 

Charles Edward Morse 

George Lewis Nichols 

Arthur Poa\^ll 


. Oberlin 

Worthington 









O BERLIN COLLEGE. n 



NAMES. RESIliENCES. ROOMS. 

George Cheever Roberts Oberliu 2 College Place. 

Dewitt Xathan Rosecrans. . . .Colliiiwood •> Colleo-e Place. 

Western Starr Moline, 111 6 West Lorain st. 

Ekxest Nathan Warden Oberliu West Lorain st. 

Maurice Melville Warner . Plainflekl, 111 19 AVest Lorain .st. 

Xewton Wykth Xew Way 14 West Lorain .st. 

Frances Eaton Alden Rockland, Me 7 Forest st. 

Ella Maria Bailey Rnssia 42 North Main st. 

Ida Beagle Bli.ssfield, Mich . . .15 South Profes'r st. 

Eva Jcsephine Ceas Oberliu 7 South Pleasant st. 

Eva Lilli.\n Hutchings Oberlin 7 Morgan st. 

SusLE Kendall Cavendish, Vt 42 North Main st. 

Nettie Luanna Munson Oberlin 74 East College st. 

Abbie Krlm Tuttle West Andover Ladies' Hall. 

Emma Younglove Rochester, Minn 34 East College st. 

Juniors _...._ 34. 



SOPHOMORE CLASS. 

Ervin Robert Barney Maywood, 111 4 East J^orain st. 

JosiAH Harlow Bellows Weep'g Water,Neb. 2d Cong. Church. 

John Charles Bucklin Grand Rapids 47 VVedt College st. 

Elmer Delazon Bostwick Edinburg 41 West College st. 

Edward Payson Churchill. . Oberlin 26 West College st. 

Charles Elmer Clark Oberlin 7 East Mill st. 

Hurlbukt Erastus Cole Strongsville 2 College Place. 

Alfred Exy Colton Hudson, Mich 24 Tappan Hall. 

Willis Franklin Day Oberlin 20 Nortli Main st. 

John Sumner Edmunds Oberlin 7 East Lorain st. 

David Edgar French Oberlin 18 North Profes'r st. 

Noel Gale Madison 7 South Pleasant St. 

Edward Thompson Harper Port Byron, 111 51 West College st. 

James Monroe Henderson . . . .Evansville, Ind .9 Mill St. 

James Wilbur Holton Savannah 41 West Lorain st. 

Warren Henderson Houston. .Denmark, Iowa . . .11 East Lorain st. 



12 OBEKLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. ROOMS. 

Lyxx Walker Hull Sandusky 16 Elm st. 

WiLLLVM Owen Jones Kiohville, N. Y. . 61 East College st. 

Frank Morris Lillie Willougliby 30 West College st. 

Robert Scott Lindsay Andover, Mass. . . . Society Hall. 

Charles Loomis Freedom 4 Ea.st Lorain st. 

Frederick Myron Mitchell . Peru 23 Elm st. 

Charles Edavin Newberry. . Rochester, Mich. . .14 North Profes'r st. 

Walter Scott Perry S. Richmond, N. Y. 7 South Pleasant Pt. 

Horace Greeley Redington . .South Amherst. . . .51 West College St. 

George Bartley Reid Monaghan, Iiel'd . .32 Tappan Hall. 

Jacob Albright Shaavan LTrbana 8 Forest st. 

Charles Jay Siddall Oberlin 52 West College st. 

Eddy Herbert Spoor Dowagiac, Mich, . 9 Walnut St. 

Archibald Eugene Thomson. Medina 78 Tappan Hall. 

William James Turner Seville 82 Tappan Hall. 

William Jay Vickery Evansville, Ind ... 7 South Pleasant st. 

John Martin Vesjcent Elyria 3 Elm st. 

Francis Timothy Waters Lenox 60 Tappan Hall. 

Olive Chatfield Oberlin 3 West st. 

Lydia Maria Cone Painesville Ladies' Hall. 

Harriet Eliza Cushmax Matroon, 111 25 North Profes'r st. 

Eva Luclnda Emery Prophetstown 111. .42 North Main st. 

LiNA Lee Frayer Carson 25 North Profes'r st. 

Lelia E. Johnson Oberlin 25 North Profes'r st. 

Elizabeth Adams Nichols . . . Oberlin 13 East Lorain st. 



Sophomores - - _ ~ . 41. 



FRESHMAN CLASS. 

Fayette Oilman Appleton Victory, Vt 21 West College St. 

Newton Whitmarsh Bates. . . .Ea.st Cleveland. . . .27 Tappan Hall. 

Dan Freeman Bradley Bangkok, Siam. . .18 West College st. 

Arthur William Burt Oberlin Chapel. 

Plimpton B. Chase Sparta 14 North Main st. 

Charles Henry Clague Dover 17 West Colleo-e st. 

William Hamilton Cowles Oberlin 69 North Main st. 









OBERLIX COLLEGE. 


13 


NAMES. 


residences. 


rooms. 


Pavl Dkexnax Ckavath 


. P,rookl}'n, N. Y, 


. 2 North Profes'rst. 


John Blaik Dol.^xjd 


Wellington 


.35 North Profes rst. 


James William Donv 

Charles Hexrv Dye 


Coi'tland . 


.20 Sonth Profes'r st. 
. 9 East Mill st. 


Fort Madison, Li. 


Will Wall Fay 


. Sara'ga Sp'gs,N. Y 


.17 North Main st. 


JaBEZ WkIGHT GlDDIXGS 


. Romeo, Mich 


6 South Profes'r st. 


James Carlile Graham 


Lowville, X. Y.. 


.40 West Lorain sU 


William Ei>warx> Harrison 


Victoria., Brit. Am 


. 4 Groveland st. 


Frank Howe Hill 

Homer Milton Hill 


.Elyria 


. 35 North Profes'r st. 
.133^ West College St. 


. Senecaville 


Alfred Henry Howard 


.Oberlin 


. 77 Tappan Hall. 


Hutchins Inge 


.Danville, Va 


.32 North Pleasant st. 


John Chas. Fremont Jackson 


.Oberlin 


. 75 North Main st. 


Charles Albert Judson . ... 


. Berlin Heights . . . 


. 14 South Pleasant st. 


William C. Kitchen 


Oxford, Mich 


. 8 Forest st. 


Charles Craig Lev an 


. Shelby ville, Mo. . 


. 24 Forest st. 


Elmer Wales Matter 


Brodhead, Wis. . . 


. 50 West College st. 


Alfred McCaskey 


.Sulphur Springs. . 


. 15 North Pleasant st. 


Frank B. McD.vniel 


Oberlin 


Tappan Hall. 


Joseph Cephas Mebaxe 


. Mebanesville, N C 


.34 North Profes'r St. 


Jamin Seth Morse 


Brownhelm ... . 


131^ West College st. 


John M. Pittinger 


Spencer 


.17 North Main .<t. 


John Dudley Pope 


Wankegan, 111. . . . 


3"' West Lorain St. 


William Hathaway Pouxd. . . 


.Tipton, Iowa 


.15 West Lorain st. 


TiFWTS TTT'ATPfTRFV POTTXDS 


Oberlin 


.26 East Colieire st. 


Charles Walter Purple 


.Oberlin 


30 NortI) Main st. 


J. T. ll.VMSDELL 


.Oberlin 

Rochester, N. Y 


35 West College st. 
15 West Lorain st. 


Charles Stephex JIoe 


Vernox Harris Rood 


Oberlin 


.10 Elm St. 


John Joseph Schmidt 


Leland's Corners. 


. 7 Forest .•^t. 


Lewis Rogers Scott 


. W'akeman 


. 10 West Lorain st. 


Arthur Leon Shumway 


, Cleveland 


24 Tappan Hall. 


AVashington Slmms 


.Greenville, Mich . 


.37 NortI 1 Profes'rst. 


Orrix Joseph Smith 


Oberlin 

Oberlin 


.40 North Main st. 
83 East Lorain st. 


Moses Fleetwood Walker... 
JoHX MoxROE Whitmax 


. Chatham Centre . . 


. 74 Eiist College st. 


Edgar Nelsox Wicks 


. Mendota, 111 


.35 West College St. 


Herbert Franklin Wilbor . . . 


.Oberlin . . . 


. 50 West College st. ; 


XORMAN Porter Willard ... 


.Plain view, Minn. 


. 24 North Pleasant St. 



14 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. RESIDENCE?. ROOMS. 

Alfred Augustus Wood . . West Bend, Wis 79 Tappan HalL 

Alice Estelle Burt Oberlin 9^4 East Lorain st. 

LiNA Emelia Burt Oberlin Ladies' Hall. 

Alice, Minerva Cowles Oberlin 69 North Main st. 

Josephine Laura FisH Berlin Heights... Tiadies' Hall. 

Ell.4. Maria Glenn Oberlin 43 North Profes'r st. 

Lucy Adelaide Hutchings . . .Oberlin 7 Morgan st. 

Mary Hubbell. ... Mt. Vernon Ladies' Hall. 

Josephine Frances Krogman Boston, Mass Ladies' Hall. 

Minnie Eliza Maltby Obei-lin 48 West College st. 

Hattie E. Martling St. Louis, Mo 30 West College St. 

Freshmen -»,-..-=. 5X. 



LITERARY COURSE. 



FACULTY 



JAMES H. FAIRCHILD, President. 
JOHN M. ELLLS. JAMES K. NEWTON- 

CHARLES H. CHURCHILL. WILLIAM K.KEDZIE. 

JUDSON SMITH. GEORGE H. WHITE. 

ALBERT A. WRIGHT. MRS. A. A. F. JOHNSTON. 

MISS MARY M. WRIGHT 



STUDENTS. 



FOURTH YEAR, 

MAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Ellen Adam^ Perrysburg. 

Dora A. Beattie Sandusky. 

Florence Millie Buck Sandusky. 

Emma Rebecca Caughey Kingsville. 

Clara Lydia Clisbee Obeilin 

Julia Marianna Coates Brecksville. 

Josephine Franks Oberlin. 

Louise Raney Fro.st Oberlin. 

F.^nnie Nash Henry Oberlin. 

Mary Pamelia Benton Hill Flemington, N. J. 

Ida May Hull Sandusky. 

Ida Louise Miller Grant City, Iowa. 

Ida Melissa Parmenter Vermontville, Mich. 

Martha Lelia Rood Oberlin. 

Frances Jennie Ryder Austinburg. 

Francelia Josephine Spitzer Medina. 

Stella Maria Tuttle West Andover. 

Eva Elmina Wallace Lorain. 

Mattie Minerva Winslow Aurora, HI. 

Julia Ann Woodson Berlin. 

Stanley Ernest Wilmot Claridon. 

Fourth Year _ - - - - 21. 



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OBERLIX COLLEGE. 



T H I E D YEAR. 

ISTAJIES. KESIDKN"CESV 

Jessie Laura Bacon • Oberlin. 

LiLLiE Esther Ball Huron. 

Eva Arabella Beebe Oberlin. 

Mary Henrietta Bohn Warrensville. 

Mary Josephine Briggs Elyria. 

Nettie Cassell Dayton. 

Ida Belle Clary jSTorthfield, Minn. 

Margaret BrKTON Cowles Jefferson. 

Eugenia Gushing Huron. 

Jttlia Anna Evans Oberlin. 

Cora Sarah Ewing Ellington ^ N. Y. 

Myra Celia Fellows- Chagrin Falls. 

Clara Elizabeth Harrison Granville, 111. 

Nellie Elmina Hawley Mankato, Minn. 

Addie Whipple Heald Canton, 111. 

Anna L. Hine Painesville. 

Louisa D. F. Hogue. . Oberlin. 

Jessie Martha Leonard Oberlin. 

Emma Clarissa Linsley Gallon. 

Helen Maria Loo*ns Oberlin. 

Frances Feederica Munson Oberlin 

Agnes' Leonore jSToble ; La Grange. 

Emma Anna Parry Lucas. 

Mary Louisa Patterson Flint, Mich. 

Mary Evely-n Percival Portville, N. Y. 

Ella Elizabtsth Post Belleville. 

Ella Roe Madison. 

Laura Scott Council Bluffs, Iowa. 

Ella Mabel Searle Portville, X. Y. 

Ada Jane Smith Newark. 

Anna Lavina Wallace Oberlin. 

Ella Wilson Louisville, Ky. 

Nellie May Worcester Oberlin. 

Stella Susan Wright Oberlin. 

Jennie Matilda Wyeth New Way. 



Third Year. 



35. 



O BERLIN COLLEGE. 



17 



SECOND YEAR 

XAMES- 

Abby Jaxe Adams 

Kate Baum 

Mary Alice Beach 

Julia Stoxe Bkowxing 

INLvRTHA Louise Clark 

Frances M. Clark 

Ollie Estelle Crim 

Ida Luraxxa Field 

Cora Gaxxett 

Cora Lillian Gilmax 

Agxes Celissa Goss 

Lizzie Sarah Gurxey" 

Emily' Brooks Hall 

Florence Elizabeth Hall 

Julia Brainerd Hall 

Sarah Emily Hall 

May- Henry 

Lizzie Holland 

Emma Frances Jenkins 

Mary' Cornelia Johnson 

Mary" Lena La Moure 

Margaret Minnie Letch 

Edna MavSOn 

Emma Letitia McCoraiick 

Adelaide Luella Packard 

Carrie Matilda Pelton 

Jessie Fidelia Pounds 

Laura Elvira Smith 

Mary Ella Stockham 

Zerry' Strong 

Eliza Trumble 

Mary Eliza Walker 

Nellie Elvira Watterson 

Anna Mary Wickes 

Belle Ruth Willey 



residences. 

Boston, Mass. 

. New Philadelphia. 

Ruggles. 

Belpre. 

Oberlin. 

Mt. Vernon. 

Gallon. 

Oberlin. 

Wellington. 

Belvidere, 111. 

Oberlin. 

.Chester Cross Roads. 

Oberlin. 

Hudson, Wis. 

Oberlin. 

. . . Homestead, Mich. 

Oberlin. 

Chicago, 111. 

Oberlin. 

Oberlin. 

Oberlin. 

Ryegate, Vt. 

Oberlin. 

Cincinnati. 

Chicago, 111. 

Oberlin. 

Oberlin. 

Ypsilanti, ^lich. 

Poland. 

Akron, Ind. 

Tovvnsend. 

North Amherst. 

Cleveland. 

West Charlotte. 

Spencer. 



Second Tear 



35. 



18 OBERLIN COLT.EGE. 



FIRST YEAR. 

NAMES KESIDENCES. 

Augusta Janette Adams Huron. 

Elizabeth Amelia Bradford Port Gibson, Miss. 

Orielle E. Burgner Fremont. 

Mary Belle Carleton Angola, Ind. 

Gertrude Cassell Mt. Vei-non. 

Helen Kingsbury Castle Honolulu, S. I. 

Adell Virginia Crandall Portville, N. Y. 

Mary Caroline Ceeegan Wakenian. 

Ella Elizabeth Crim Gallon. 

Hattie Curtis Vermontville, IMich. 

Isabelle Dixon ■. . . . Sandusky. 

Kate Isabel Fowler Kenosha, Wis. 

Dora Bell Gallup Niles, Mich. 

Agnes Hine Painesville. 

Mary Imogene Houghton Oberlin . 

Flora Adeline Loomis Oberlin. 

Genevra Jane Lord Ravenna. 

Mary Mathis Yorktown, 111. 

Frances Ann Messenger Collins. 

Sarah Marilla Noble Windham. 

Ella Palmer Delaware. 

Mary Elizabeth Pilling New Haven, Conn. 

Nellie Marian Smith Ypsilanti, Mich. 

Sophie Adelphia Smith Middletield, Mass. 

Cora Maria Squire Oberlin . 

Myra Stevens Windham. 

Flora Diantha Taylor Claridon. 

Mary Anna Temple Vicksburg. 

Fanny Jane Turner. Faribault, Minn. 

Anna Maria Vetter Sedgwick, Kan. 

Margaret Diantha Wells Claridon. 

Martha Williams Albany, N. Y. 

Agnes White Willoughby. 

Cora B. Young Monroeville. 

First Year - - - _ _ - 34. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 19 

IN SELECT STUDIES. 

NAMES. RESIDKNCES. 

Llewellyn Jajies Bevnon Lu Crosse, Wis. 

Seloy Andrew Bass West Randolph, Vt. 

James Castle Honolulu, S. L 

Marion Finley Cowan Hanlin. 

Frank Sutherland Harder Castleton, N. Y. 

Philip Cady Hayden Hempstead, N. Y. 

R. CoRT HoRR Wellington. 

Martin Froude Holbrook Otto, N. Y. 

William Arthur Jewett Oberlin. 

Willie Maxwell Monroe Oberlin. 

Harlan Page Jamaica Plains, Mass. 

Charles Samuel Penfield Bucyrus. 

Frederick Joseph Pohl Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Frank Rice Warren. 

Townsend Smith Chicago, 111. 



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Nellie Baker Willoughby. 

Ella Jane Ball Buffalo, N. Y. 

Lizzie Rebecca Boone Salem. 

Mattie Amelia Boyle Salem. 

Lizzie Missouri Bowtsrs Akron. 

Jennie Finney Milwaukee, Wis. 

Alice May Gardner Fulton, N. Y. 

Mary Eliza Guinell Oberlin. 

Grace Greenwood Hamilton Claiksburg, Iml. 

Kittie Kuhn r Salem. 

Hattie Spooner Lyon Salem. 

Mary R. Mathewson Mendon, Mich. 

Belle McNaughton l-ake Linden, Mich. 

Florence N. Packard Chicago, 111. 

Clara Ellen Smith Warrensburg, :Mo. 

In Select Studies . _ - - 30. 






CLASSICAL SCHOOL. 



INSTRUCTORS. 



GEORGE H. AVHITE, PRINCIPAL. 
LYMAN B. HALL. MiSS M. M. WRIGHT. 

HERBERT 1). GOODENOUGH. HOBART K. PAINTER. 

JAMES F. EATON. FRED. A. CHURCHILL. 



STUDENTS. 



SENIOR CLASS. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Samuel Pettit Alexander Marbleheacl. 

Daniel Julian Bates Avon. 

Hubert Wilbur Bessey Oberlin. 

Angelo Randolph Bonney Orland, Ind. 

Harry Clyde Brooks Oberlin. 

Frank Augustus Bunce Oberlin. 

Herbert Martin Camp Painesville. 

Henry Northrup Castle Honolulu, S. I. 

Cyrus Alonzo Clark Union, 111. 

Charles Mason Cook ' Elton, N. Y. 

Ira Oliver Curtiss , Marengo, 111. 

William Platt Darwin Washington, D. C. 

Frederick Conner Dexter New York Cit,y. 

George Charles Ehrhart North Amherst. 

James Thome Fairchild • Oberlin. 

Baxter Tod French Oberlin. 



OBEELIN COLLEGE. 21 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Claukius Buchanan Fkench Oberlin, 

Edward Payson Gale Jamestown, N. Y. 

James Henry Garnett New York City. 

Charles Dudley Green Maiden, 111. 

Winfield Pierce Hatch Obeilin, 

Charles Willard Hayes Hanover. 

James Howard Holt Marysville, 

James William Johnson Washington. 

William Melville Johnston Selnui, Ala. 

William Jones Jeflerson, 111. 

Amos Morrell Kent Genoa. 

John Leadingham Hammond, N. Y. 

William Clark Linton Clarksville. 

Fred Brown Lyons Oberlin. 

Kalph Jones Lyons Oberlin . 

Edward Payson Martin Oberlin. 

EoBERT Charles Martin Cincinnati. 

Benjamin Oliver McMichael Ashley. 

George Herbert Mead Oberlin. 

William Vernon Metcalf Elyria. 

William Miller Vine Ridge. 

Henry Clement Morrison . . Milan 

Arthur Gilson Morse Brownhelm. 

Alfred Charles Moysey Kelley's Island. 

Charles Howard North Oberlin. 

Clark Henry JSTye Concord. 

Fred Everett Pomeroy Oberlin 

Frederick Chapman Porter Painesville. 

Everett Spencer Eobixson Patchogue, N. Y. 

Charles Homer Searle West Andover. 

AViLLiAM Joshua IShedd Watseka, III. 

William Charles Shortle Pontine, 111. 

George Anderson Smith M('(liiia. 

Roderick Henry Smith Dunkirk, N. Y. 

AViLLAHD Fkaxk Smith Oberlin. 

George Franklin Solier Stryker. 

Alexander Ormiston Spence East Cleveland. 

Everett Lincoln Stratton New York City. 



22 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Frank VVakrkn Streator Oberlin. 

Clarence Franklin Swift Oberlin. 

Fred Haynes Swift Oberlin. 

TuLLY McCrea Talbot AVestville. 

Richard Jackson Temple. . Vieksburg, Miss. 

Merton Edmond Thompson Oberlin. 

Russell Lord Tracy Mansfield. 

John Charles Turney' Ostrander. 

Oliver Sheldon Wells Seville. 

Eugene Howard West Oberlin. 

Asa Charles Wilson Oberlin. 

Andrew Witherup Oberlin. 

George Edward Woodhull Marinette, Wis. 

Alonzo Dock Woodworth .Irwin. 

George Zimmerman Frederick, Md. 

Myra Jane Hoaves Mendota, 111. 

Effie Maria Hyde Wetmore, Kan. 

Annette Olive Newberry Rochester, Mich. 

Mary Lucinda Regal Oberlin. 

Meda S. Richmond North Amherst. 

Seniors - _ . _ _ _ 74. 



MIDDLE CLASS. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Charles Stafford Ames Bucyrus. 

James William Anthony Ottawa, 111. 

Caleb Dickenson Arner Salem. 

John Samuel Bailey Sugar Grove, Ind. 

Samuel Arthur Baldwin Pittsfield. 

Allen Stewart Barber Mt. Vernon. 

Charles Lee Barnes Canton 111. 

John B. Bates Upper Alton, 111. 

CiNA Albert Bessey. Amwell. 

Willis Arthur Bessey Oberlin. 

Charles Gilbert Boise Bellevue. 



OBEKLIX COLLEGE. 23 



JJAMES. RESIDENCES. 

IsA.\c Newtox Bowmax Upper Saii(lii.<ky. 

JoHX RoBEKT Bradley Sweet Chalybeate Spriiiji"*^ ^'•^• 

Herbert Aistix Browx Obeiliii. 

Aerbert Orl.vxdo Browx Santlusk}-. 

James L. Brown Yellow Bud. 

Hare Fessexdsx Burkett Findlay. 

WiLEiAM Cake Fostoria. 

George Bexjamin Carpenter West Mentor. 

Arthur Chapix Carruthers Oberliii. 

Arthur Eugexe Chamberlaix Bedford. 

Charles Jonathan Cole .Copley. 

Charles Morg.\n Croswell Adrian, Micli. 

Leoxidas Howard Dwis Kokomo, Ind. 

William Bricker Davis Shelby. 

Hexry Winston Dillard Wabaunsee, Kan. 

Leman Caxfield Dextox Wakeman. 

George Bexxett Giddixgs Oberlin. 

Arthur Hill Griffiths Richville, N. Y. 

Arthur Webster Hall Selma, Ala. 

Luther Donald Hamilton .Clarksburg, Ind. 

Fred Catlin Hartshorn Pontiae, HI. 

Charles Wesley Haverson Winona, Minn. 

Charles Robinson Haydn Cleveland. 

Charles Prescott Heald Canton, 111. 

Howard Thomas Hicks 01)erlin. 

Walter Milton Hili Hudson, Mich. 

Edward L. IIotchkiss Kirtland. 

.Joseph M. Hotchkis-i Troy, Kan. 

Joseph James Jackson Mason, ^lieh. 

James Augustixe Jones Plymouth, Pa. 

Gerald Stanley Lee Cleveland. 

Charles William Longren ^ ^^ ileox, Pa. 

Charles Augustus Mack Gilead, Ct. 

A\"illiam Oscar McCuRDY West Point. 

Robert Gibson McDonald Coltsville. 

Franklin Joseph McGuire Mansfield. 

Hugh Fremont McIxTOSH Salineville. 

Frank Elwood McKellogg ^orth Fairfield. 



24 



OBEKLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Roderick McLennan Elgin, N. Y. 

Willis Elbert Mollison Marysville, Miss. 

Ralph Waldo Munson Martin. 

Artemas Thomas Packard La Porte, Ind. 

Charles Fremont Pearson Mallet Creek. 

George Foster Prentiss Windham, Vt. 

John Calvin Proctor La Cygne, Kan. 

George Edgar Prosser New London. 

Hiram Whitney Richmond Liverpool. 

William Thomas Royce Lexington. 

Charles .Giddings Sanford Avoca, la. 

Charles Whitfield Sanford Geneseo, 111. 

Oliver Perry Scovell Lewiston, N . Y. 

Frederick Wooster Sherman Sidney Plains, N. Y, 

Henry Augustus Smith Solon . 

John Wilson Smith Sarahsville. 

Jonathan Greene Smith Ashkum, 111, 

Charles Henry Solier Stryker. 

James Sullivan . . Victor Mills, N. Y. 

Henry Spencer Swift Calumet, Mich. 

Fred F. Thomas ... Rochester. 

Edward Payson Van Valkenberg Geneseo, 111. 

Thomas Winfield Waring Oberlin. 

Eugene David Winfield Ayersville. 

Shepard Hamlin Wood Sycamore, Ind. 

William Warren Woodruff Newtown, Pa. 

William Ward Wyckoff Roberts, 111. 

Annie Billiard Elyria. 

Middles ...... 71. 



JUNIOR CLASS, 

George Edward Abbott Pittsfield, III. 

Silas Judson Acker Brooklyn. 

Thomas Jefferson Archer Cardington. 

Obadiah Frederick Barnhart Barnhart's Mills, Pa. 



OBERLIX COLLEGE. 25 

NAMES. RESIDKNCES. 

Henry Blair Edwardsville, 111. 

Samuel Stillman Carruthers Massillon. 

Caius Adrian Chapman Huntington. 

LoxNiE Weston Chapman Lake Breeze. 

WiLTciE W. Chapman Huntington. 

William D. Chenoweth London. 

Franklin Joshua Clark 31edina. 

Orva Lee Cook Lexington. 

George Henry Craig Lancaster, X. Y. 

William Hawks Culter Florida, III. 

Charles Erwix Davis Dublin. 

John William Davis Mineral Ridge, 

Charles Warren Dickens Wvtlie, Tenn. 

Edward Payson Dickenson Waterloo, Ind. 

Frank Jenness Fay Moss Run. 

WiLLi.iM ToBiE Fizer Springfield, Tenn. 

Burton Romine Goodrich ... Oberlin. 

Willis J.\mes Goodrich Hudson, Mich. 

George Emerson Hankxntsox Oberlin. 

Pierce Benjamls Harris Xewberry, S. C. 

Benjamin X. Hawes Xorwalk. 

Wick Dennick He.4Zleton Pittsburgh, Pa. 

William Hanson Hilton Monongahela City, Pa. 

Peter Clarence Housen Ironton. 

George Lewis Jackson Washington, D. C. 

C. H. JoHNSox Chicago, 111. 

Melvin Blake Johxson Elyria. 

Edwin Young Lacey Ravenna. 

Fayette Lemuel Lilly Mendota, 111. 

Paul MACLE.iN Columbus Junction, la. 

George Clinton Marsh Michigan City, Ind. 

Paul Ralph Mueller Point Marblehead. 

Edwin Thompson Pierce Medina. 

Solon Pierce Powell Findlay. 

Charles Hezekiah Read Union, 111. 

Xoble Tighlman Robbens Xiles, 

Francis Jefferson Roberson St. Louis, Mo. 

SoLLis Rlt^xels Indianapolis, Ind. 



26 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

George Alson Salisbury Martin. 

Wilton Sawyer Mentor. 

John Miller Sherman Wakeman . 

Edwin S. Slater Aurelia, la. 

Edward Henry Spear Oberlin. 

Clarence Judson Spore Florence. 

Frank Patterson Taylor Genoa. 

Archie Tucker Louisiana, Kan. 

John Henry Tutile Amherst. 

Clarence Augustus Vincent Chagrin Falls. 

Benjamin Franklin Wheeler Charlotte, N". C. 

John Oscar White Oberlin. 

Harlan Corilus Woodford Mesopotamia. 

David Thomas Wyatt Mt. Pleasant. 

John Orlando Zerbe Osnahurgh. 

Juniors - - - - - - 57. 



EiN^GLISH SCHOOL. 



INSTRUCTORS. 



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GEORGE H. WHITE, PRINCIPAL. 

HOBART K. PAINTER. MiSS MARY M. WRIGHT. 

FREDERIC A. CHURCHILL. 

STUDENTS. 
GENTLEMEN. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Chandler Baldwin Adams Huron. 

James Otis Adams Huron. 

Frank Joseph Aigler Bellevue. 

Samuel Cecil Arnold Fremont. 

Joseph B. Ball Corfu, X Y. 

Ma.jor Landa Bevis Harrison 

John Biddinger Nova. 

Charles Edwin Bloomer Weaver's Corners. 

Fred Edward Braithwaite Oberlin. 

William Bredbeck Danbury. 

Albert Jenkins Breed Toledo. 

Jesse Levi Bright Columbus. 

HoLC Y Chase Brooks Vermillion. 

Stowell Dudley Bry'ant Kipton. 

Charles Lute Bullard Oberlin. 

Sanford Frederick Burger Otto, N. Y. 

Robert Henry Calaway Ironton. 

Sylvester Callahan Sauk Center, Minn. 

James Cameron Salem, Mass. 

Frank William Carpenter Oberlin. 

Elmer Ezra Carrier Rochester. 

Charles Arthur Cassell Mt. Vernon. 

George Thomas Chandler Lorain. 

Elmer Jefferson Cheno\\teth London. 



28 OBEKLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES KESIDENCES. 

Herman Clausen Gypsum 

Alfred Lane Crawford Newcastle, Pa. 

Newton Cunningham Chillicothe. 

George Thomas Cupit Greenwich 

Mlllard Davis Keno, Pa. 

Haralamby Demetroff Sistova, Bulgaria. 

Thomas Denham Cleveland. 

Fred Sears Eaton Oberlin . 

William Franklin Ellis Petersburg, Va. 

James Moore Fanleroy Foster Greencastle, Pa. 

Thornton Eraser . Plainfield, 111. 

WiLLARD Ashton Frasier Lockport, 111. 

Charles Emmett Gaines St. Paris. 

Donald Francis Gibbs Oberlin. 

Fremont Gifford Wellington. 

Edward Livingstone Goldsmith Corsica. 

Albert Perry Gorman Berlinville. 

James Lester Greene Fremont 

Mark Israel Greenleaf Charlestown. 

Preston Henry Hall Charlotte, N. C. 

Romeo B. Hazlett Hudson, Mich. 

Edward Heusner South Amherst. 

William Alvah Heusner Henrietta. 

Bruce Baker Hicks Oberlin . 

Addison Hobart Nelson. 

Ernest Howard Adrian, Mich. 

Clyde Westerman Hurst Harrisburgh. 

Frank Hiram Ingersoll West Union, la. 

Andrew Jackson La Porte. 

Leslie Ellis Johnson Chicago. 

Dewoody Read Jones Millbrae, Cal. 

Hiram Pressley Jordan '. Rockport. 

Charles Edward Joslin Brownhelm. 

Charles D. Kendeigh South Amherst 

Bruce Ellsworth Kirkland South Bend, Ind. 

William Klink Clyde. 

Watson Baird Lindsley Penfield. 

Eugene Long Gallon. 



OBEKLIN COLLEGE. 29 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Cyrus Wii.ey Loose Monroe, Mich. 

Charles John Martin Vermillion. 

Charles August Maurer Monroe, Mich. 

EOBERT Joseph McCleery West Alexander, Pu. 

William Aiken McClelland Mt. Jackson, Pa. 

James Eli McConnell Rock Island, 111. 

Fred West McFarland Solon. 

Samuel Dare McMillan ' La Crosse, Wis. 

Joseph Addison Mead Greenwich. 

Walter Henry Meech North Ridgeville. 

Frank Caleb Merrill Ai. 

Henry' E. Milner Sandusky. 

Edwin D. Morgan Geneva. 

Fred Myers Cleveland. 

MiLO West Norris Nankin. 

WiLLARD Alfred Pardee Windham. 

Seth William Parker Mayfield. 

William Edward Patchin Oberlin. 

Solomon John Paine . Nelson. 

William John Poyer ^ Florence. 

Harvey Woodruff Prouty Painesville. 

Albert Edwin Pynchon Eockport. 

William Frank Ray Belleviie. 

Frank Edward Reid Mansfield. 

Allen Buckle Richards Rochester. 

William Narwell Richardson Jackson, Miss. 

Frank H. Ridenour Oberlin. 

Robert Curtis Rivers Oberlin. 

Andrew Jackson Roberts Buchanan. 

Edward Steele Sawyer Mentor. 

Charles Willard Seiberlixg Akron. 

Henry Selkirk Oberlin. 

Edward Marland Senter Calumet, :Mich. 

Frank Remington Shank Litchfield. 

Perry Ovid Shank Litchfield. 

Edward Lafayette Shepard . " Dundee, 111. 

Stanley Powers Shepard Henrietta. 

Henry Bedford Shuart Cleveland. 



30 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. KESIUENCES. 

Charles Wilbur 8mith ... Berlin. 

Fred Dwight Smith Florence. 

LoREN C. Smith Nova. 

Samuel James Smith Oberlin. 

James Finley Snodgrass Defiance. 

Calvin W. Solether Jei-ry City. 

Fred Alonzo Sperry Streetsboro. 

Willis Peck Sperry Tallmadge. 

Collins Swan Sprague Florence. 

Fred Hammott Sprague Florence. 

Newton Lyman Squier Ransom, Mich. 

Oscar Wendell SriUiER Sulphur Springs. 

F. H. Stiehler Oberlin . 

George Erwin Stearns Kii)ton. 

Albert Pike Stockwell Aurora, 111. 

Fred Valerius Stone Strongsville. 

Hiram Adelbert Tennant Kipton. 

George Sylvanus Thomas Greenwich. 

Adri.a,l Clark Thompson Oberlin. 

Gaylord Harper Thomson Medina. 

Edwin Cromwell Tillinghast Berlin Heights. 

John Smith Townshend Avon. 

Henson T. Tuck Oberlin, 

Frank Starr Turner Litchfield. 

Carl Schurtz Tuttle Berlin Heights. 

Eugene Stanberry Upson .Oberlin. 

Ashley Alonzo Welsher Star, la. 

FifED Clark West Pittsfield. 

Gilbert Dennison Wheeler Shelby. 

Edward Sabin White Lafayette, Ind. 

William Henry White Oberlin . 

Charles King Whitney Oberlin. 

Edmund Mould Whitney * Pittsfield. 

Herbert Lee Whitney Pittsfield. 

Hiram Arthur Whitney Oberlin. 

Hudson Elliott Willard Cleveland. 

Jacob Allen Willits Montra. 

Wilbur Joseph Young Four Corners. 

Gentlemen ..... 138. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 31 



LADIES, 

NAMES. KESIUENCES. 

LiLLiE Allen Amherst, 

Mary Augusta Andrews Rockport, 111. 

Genevieve Atkins Carey. 

Ouie Ann Barrett Clarksfield. 

Helen Bassett OlxM'lin. 

Louise Bazine • Oberlin. 

Mary Elizabeth Beeken Grotoa. 

Josephine Beers Collanier. 

Augusta Cliftoh Bell Henrietta. 

EuRiE Mitchell Bell Henrietta. 

Maggie Blair Edwardsville, 111. 

Mary Virginia Blocker Doylestown. 

Lila Aminta Bostwick Oberlin, 

Helen Fla villa Boyden Northlicld. 

Hattie Brooks Vermillion. 

Kate Brown Frederiokstown. 

Minnie Cannan Wellington. 

Mary Carmichael Wlieatland, Mich. 

Mary Medora Carroll Fostoria. 

LiLLiE May Cassell Dayton. 

Grace Goodrich Churchward . . Berea. 

Harriet Marilla Clark Murray, Iowa. 

Ruth Clark Washington, Pa. 

Frances Clark Mechanicstown. 

Celia Owen Clemans ." North Dover. 

Emma A. Clemans North Dover. 

Louise Coates AVhitehali, Mich. 

Clara Ida Cooley Farmington, Iowa. 

Ella Crittenden Ruggles. 

Mary Ella Darwln Burlington, Iowa. 

Leontine D'Anglas Ol)orlin. 

Edith May Dayton Penliidd. 

LiLLiE Day ShellU'ld. 

Nellie Cordelia Denman Wakeman. 

Susan A. Dickerson Fryer's Point, Miss. 

Alice Emma Edgar Vermillion. 

Ella Jones Farrar Oberlin. 



32 O BERLIN COLLEGE. 

NAMES. ' RESIDENCES. 

Kate Farrar London. 

Maggie Fitzpatrick Columbiana. 

Mary Frances Forest Woodstock, lU. 

Ada Foster Brecksville. 

Clara Sarah Fowler Livonia, N. Y. 

Ada May French Brownhelm. 

DiLLA Etta Fry Sulphur Springs. 

Mary Ix>uise Gardner Chagrin Falls. 

Rebecca Gordon Wayneshurgh, Pa. 

Helen Louise Grimes Mansfield. 

Minnie Croly Grover Romeo, Mich. 

Mary Ellen Gurney Chester Cross Roads. 

Carrie Elizabeth Harris Yermillion. 

Adda Louise Harding Clyde. 

Rose E.LIZA Hasklns Chagrin Falls. 

Bertha Haven Cleveland. 

Antoinette Harriet Hawkins Rockjjort. 

IvA Nora Haynes Grass Lake. 

Mary Heller Marion. 

Sarah Higgins . . Oberlin. 

Ida LfORiNDA Hilliard Elyria. 

Julia Townsend Hill Nevada, Mo. 

Sarah Hattie Hine Toledo. 

Nellie Holbrook Sullivan. 

LiLLiE A. Hollister Bristol, Conn. 

Elgie Fidelia Holman Lenox. 

Frances Elizabeth Hubbell Chagrin Falls. 

Lillian Amelia Hudson Lig;onier, Ind. 

Hattie Belle Ingersoll Belden. 

Hattie Hermia Johnson Mansfield. 

Carrie Lelia Jones Wabaunsee, Kan. 

Cynthia Ann Judson Berlin Heights. 

Josephine Alice Kexnell Trenton. 

Jennie Kerr Gilman, 111. 

Charlotte Mary Kimball Maywood, 111. 

Jennie Mary Kinsey Tuscarawas. 

Matilda Dora Kuhlow Sheftield. 

Louise Sheldon Leary Oberlin. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 33 



J^AMES. KESIDENCES. 

Faxnie Mary Liles Blooniiiijrville. 

Annie L. London Philadelpliia, Pa. 

Irene Gertrude Loomis Charlestown. 

Mary Elizabeth Lyon Salem. 

Willie Louise MacDougal St. Louis, Mo. 

Jennie Maddock Ridgeville. 

Agnes Marshall Sandusky. 

Ella Mary Marsh Larue. 

Elizabeth Mars Prairie Depot. 

Katherine Mary Massey Sandusky. 

Emma Fitch McCarthy Vermontville, .Mich. 

Martha Means Oberlin. 

Elizabeth Etherington Meek Will's Creek. 

Estella Metcalf Sydney. 

Elizabeth Adelaide Miller Ne\vai-k, N. J. 

Emile Miller Point Marblehead. 

Matilda Rebecca Miller Vine Ridge. 

Sarah Luella Miner Bavaria, Kan. 

Olive Mylar New Philadelphia. 

Mary Joan Nelson ... Shalersville. 

Anna Eliza^Nettleton Qberlin. 

Nellie Verne Norris Nankin. 

Eda Mary Ormsby North Amherst. 

Mary Charlotte Otis • Hieksville. 

Mary Jane Packard New London. 

Leonora Anna Palmer Port Gibson, Miss. 

Viola Parsons Oberlin. 

Addie Parmelee ...... Liveri)Ool. 

Mary Ella Phillips Oberlin. 

Mary Emma Pomeroy El j^ria. 

Etta Katherine Pringle Big Plain. 

Sadie Elizabeth Pringle Millersville. 

Ella Radcliffe Clarksville, Tenn. 

Sarah Stella Redfield Ransom, Mich. 

Susanna Reunbaugh Bucyrus. 

Lucy Philena Rice Locust Point. 

Diz A Rivers Oberlin. 

Lucy Louise Robbins L-i Grange. 

Annie Frances Ryder Sterling, 111. 



34 OBEELIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. KESIDENCES. 

Belle LaGrand Sanford Burton , 

May Sargent Upper Sandusky. 

Jennie Lansdale Sawyer . . Bellevue. 

Augusta Eva Sears Collins. 

Virginia May Sellars Shawneetown, 111. 

Carrie Sophia Smith Solon. 

Hattie Jane Smith Leavenworth, Kan. 

Lulu Smith Oberlin . 

Maria Anna Smith Eau Claire, Wis. 

Minnie DeEtta Smith South Haven, Mich. 

Anna Squier Sulphur Springs. 

Flora Squier Sulphur Springs. 

LiLLiE EsTELLE Starr Liti'hfield. 

Margaret Steely Anna. 

Florence Martha Stewart Harrisburgh. 

Helen Margaret Stine Lindsey. 

Bklle Charlotte Swarthout Berlin Heights. 

Mary E Templeton Warrensville, Iowa. 

MiNA M. Tennant Kipton. 

Eugenia Thoma!^ Brimfield. 

Olivia Annette Thoma ? »i . . Fostoria. 

Carrie Belle Townsend Avon. 

Samantha Cordelia Tuck 01)erlin. 

EosE Bonheur Tuttle Berlin Heights. 

Armitta Price Vaughn Port Gibson, Miss. 

Mary Ann Waddell Cleveland. 

Elizabeth Eachel Wallace Oberlin. 

Mary Edith Ward Willoughby . 

Mary Ella Warner Oberlin. 

Anna Waugh Canton, 111. 

LiLLiE Adelaide White Willoughby. 

Ida Lucinda Whitney Big Eapids, Mich. 

Bertie Wiley Oberlin. 

Melva Jane Wilmot Claridon. 

LoRiNDA Adell Wilson Litchfield. 

Etta May Worcester ... Kin2:ston. 

Ella Worden Mansfield. 

Fannie Foster Wright Oberlin. 

liadies. ...... 152. 



■Btwmmn 



FACULTY. 



JAMES H. FAIRCHILD, PRESIDENT. 

FENELON B. RICE, Director. 

L. CELESTIA WATTLES. FRANK M. DAVIS. 

CALVIN B. CADY. HELEN M. RICE. 

WILLIAM B. CHAMBERLAIN. 



STUDENTS. 
GENTLEMEN. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

George Whjtfield Andrews Oberlin. 

D.wiD Stephen Arnold Sycamore, 111. 

Ovid Pope Barbour Traer, Iowa. 

Samuel Horace Blakeslee Oberlin. 

Wesley Harris Brixsmade '. Litchfield. 

Harry Clyde Brooks Oberlin. 

Frank Augustus Bunce Oberlin. 

Daniel Ellis Bushnell Oberlin. 

James Bicknell Castle Honolulu, S. I. 

Herman Clausen Gypsum. 

Hurlburt Erastus Cole Strongsville. 

Charles Erwln Davis Dublin. 

Edward Davis Gomer. 

Charles Wells Den:vison Greensburg. 

John Sumner Edmunds Oberlin. 

George H. Fish Brooklyn. 

William Nahum Gates Elyna. 

Harry Willi.am George E. Orrington, :siaine. 

Stiles Justin Gillett Wayne. 



36 OBEELTN COLLEGE. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

EvANDER Joseph Goodsell Nelson. 

James Ishmael Greves Cleveland. 

Jay Rollin Hall Brighton. 

WiNFiELD Pierce Hatch Oberlin. 

Charles Robertson Haydn Cleveland. 

Thomas Monroe Holloway Bnrbank. 

Francis Mills Koons Snlphur Springs. 

Samuel McConoughey ^ Penfield. 

Charles Beebe Martin Oberlin. 

Charles Frank Miller Meadville. 

Francis Josephus Moore Hicksville. 

Charles Walthall Morrison Oberlin. 

Jamin Seth Morse Brownhelm. 

Robert William Moysey Kelly's Island. 

Albert Clifford Penfield Oberlin. 

Charles Samuel Penfield Bucyrus. 

Charles Milton Pierce Clarksville. 

Henry Reed Osnaburgh . 

James Budden Renshavs^ Richmond, Mass. 

George Cheever Roberts Williamsfield. 

Charles Edward Smith Romeo, Mich. 

Edgar George Sweet Avon. 

Eugene Sweet Avon. 

Perry Parton Weed Saugatuck, Mich. 

Frank Elias Wells New London. 

George Clarence Westervelt Oberlin. 

John Greenleaf Willis Gallipolis. 

Edwin Jonathan Young Loyal Oak. 

Oeutlemen ..... 47. 



LADIES. 

Augusta Janette Adams ^ Huron. 

Frances Genevieve Atkin Carey. 

Nina Ruth Bacon Oberlin. 

Nellie Ellis Baker Willoughby. 



OBERLIX COLLEGE. 37 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Sadie Cantelina Barnhart Millerstowii, Pa. 

Anna May Beach PittsfieUl. 

Josephine Beers Collamer. 

MiTTiE Artemisia Bebout Savannah. 

Mary Lincoln Bergen Galva, 111. 

Ida Bevington Blakeslee Oberlin. 

Elizabeth Rebecca Boone Salem. 

Lizzie Missouri Bowers Akron. 

Mattie Amelia Boyle Salem. 

Anna M. Brandon Petrolia, Pa. 

Mary Josephine Briggs Elyria. 

Belle Aurelia Brown Milwaukee, Wis. 

Kate Brown Fredericktown. 

Florence Millie Buck Sandusky. 

SiNA Emilia Burt Akron. 

Mary Cllnton Bush Edinboro, Pa. 

Mary Esther Campbell Kipton. 

Jennie Cannan ' Camden. 

Julia Lois Caruthers Oberlin. 

Cora Etta Cary Lexington. 

Katherine Case Milan. 

LiLLiE May Cassell Dayton. 

Carrie Dickinson Castle Honolulu, S. L 

Carrie Chandler Wadsworth. 

Martha Maria Chase Oberlin. 

Ella Chatfield Oberlin. 

Alletha Clark Xew London. 

Xellie Ball Cobaugh Canton. 

DoLLiE CoE Coe Ridge. 

Linnie Elvira Conrad Oberlin. 

Clara Fannie Cook Elton, X. Y. 

Lou Frazer Coavan Oberlin. 

Louise Dudley Cracraft Galesburg, 111. 

Ollie Estelle Crim Gallon. 

Mattie Isabel Crouch Erie, Pa. 

Martha Jane Culter Florid, 111. 

Emma Jane Cunningham Columbiana. 

Mary Daniels Grafton. 



38 OBEKLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Mary Frances Day Oberliii. 

Bella Dewey Bristol Center, N. Y, 

Belle Salome De Yo Oberlin. 

Vashti Ann Drennan Brecksville. 

Adaline Minerva Dresser Schuyler, Xeb. 

Carrie Adelle Drew Winona, Mich. 

Anna Isabel Dugot Oberlin. 

Ella Barker Edgar Milan. 

Viola Victoria Excell Edinburgh. 

Etta Fehl Marseilles, 

Anna Jane Ferris Mifflinville. 

Mary Fish Greenville, Mich. 

Margaret Fitzpatrick Columbiana. 

Mary Fitzpatrick Columbiana. 

Edith Evelyn Ford Dover. 

Mary Frances Forrest Woodstock, 111. 

Kate Isabel Fowler Bristol, Wis. 

Hattie Botsford Franks Oberlin. 

Flora Belle Galbreath Newark. 

Lora Belle Gallup Niles, Mich. 

Alice May Gardner Fulton, IST. Y. 

Julia Caroline Gillett Wayne. 

Cora Lillian Gilman Belvidere, 111, 

Nellie Glidden Prospect, 

Jessie Blanche Goddard Elk Eapids, Mich. 

Emma Lurancy Grimes Reno, Pa. 

Helen Louise Grimes Mansfield . 

Jennie M. Grimm Wenona, 111. 

Minnie Croly Grover Romeo, Mich, 

Mary Eliza Guinell Oberlin. 

Lulu Emma Guipe Kirksville, Mo. 

Harriet Adeline Hale Faribault, Minn. 

Florence Elizabeth Hall Homestead, Mich. 

Grace Greenwood Hamilton .Clarksburg, Ind. 

Harriet Lucia Hard Oberlin. 

Lizzie Ann Harrington Erie, Pa. 

Bessie Ann Harriman Bedford. 

Ida Alice Harris Jackson, Mich. 



OBERLIX COLLEGE. 39 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Jennie Hakrold Mt. Eaton. 

Florence Ann Harvey Oberliii. 

Georgietta Harvey Oberlin. 

Elizabeth Anna Hawkins Roekport. 

Alice Mary Heald Canton, IH. 

Lettie Ann Heberling Mt. Pleasant. 

Mary Heller Marion. 

Flora Hoyt Henry Oberlin. 

Virginia Henry Oberlin. 

Mary Mlnerly Hill Upper Sandusky. 

Rosalie Barbara Hille Bath, N. Y. 

LiLLiE Ann Hollister Bristol, Conn. 

Fannie Amelia Hosley Pittsfield. 

Lottie Belle Hostlander Ridgeville. 

Mary Imogene Houghton Wellington. 

Alma Agnes Hover Lima. 

Lillian Hudson Ligonier, liid. 

Sarah Louisa Hudson Oberlin. 

Alice Adelia Huff Iowa City, Iowa. 

Emma J. Hunt Kendallville, Ind. 

Carrie Albee Hyde Geneva. 

Pauline Icenhour Columbiana. 

Ella Flora Jackson Ilicksville. 

Jennie Jeffersou Hudson, Wis. 

Anna Merriam Johnson Burton. 

H ATTiE Hermia Johnson iL-mstield. 

Carrie Leila Jones Wabaunsee, Kan. 

Josephine A . Kennel Trenton^ 

LiNA KiNsiNGER Oberlin. 

Minnie Kinsinger Oberlin. 

Jennie Koch Oberlin. 

Evelyn Buckinghaji Lewis . . Newark, 

Flora Anne Lindsley Jefferson. 

Helen Franceioa Loveland Oberlin. 

Hattie Spooner Lyon Salem. 

Elizabeth Sabina McKinney Binghamton, N. Y. 

Mary McKinnis Findlay. 

Mary Ella Manley Oberlin. 



40 OBERLIX COLLEGE. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Ella Marsh Larue. 

Marion Emily Marsh Bristol, Wis. 

Agnes Marshall Sandusky. 

Amelia Thorp Martin Oberlin. 

Catherine M. Massey Sandusky. 

Rebecca Massey Oberlin. 

Alice Edwards Mead ... Oberlin. 

Amna Lavinnie Merriam lona, Mich. 

Estella Metcalf Oberlin. 

Elizabeth Adelaide Miller Newark, N. J. 

Ida Louisa Miller Grant City, Iowa. 

Carrie Anna Munson Oberlin. 

Cora May Nichols Faribault, Minn. 

Mary Charlotte Otis Hicksville. 

Addie Luella Packard Chicago, 111. 

Emma Louisa Palmer Fostoria. 

Mary Frisbie Parish Oberlin. 

May Garfield Parks Oberlin . 

Alice Adell Pennell Buchanan, Mich. 

Ellen May Pelton Cleveland. 

Emma Florence Peterson Oberlin. 

Ella Radcliffe Clarksville, Tenn. 

Florence Reese Oberlin. 

Mary Lucinda Regal Oberlin. 

Clara Lillius Rice- Warren. 

Lucy Louise Robbins La Granae. 

Helen Eliza Rood Oberlin. 

»Clara Rose Dover. 

Mannie D. Royer Brimfleld, 

Alice May Sargent Upper Sandusky. 

Emma Wood Schermerhorn Hud.son, Mich. 

Clara Ethel Schilling Salem . 

Abbie Jane Schrock Newcastle, Ind. 

Laura Scott Council Bluffs, Iowa. 

Flora Irene Severance Bellevue. 

Orphelia Sheldon Avon. 

Belle Simms Kenton. 

Anna Metcalf Smith Mansfield. 



OBERLIX COLLEGE. 



41 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Xellie Marion Smith Ypsilanti, Mich. 

Amanda Jennie Snow Brecksville. 

Fannie Electa Snow Brecksville. 

Jane Snyder Oberlin. 

Julia Spaulding Oberlin. 

Maggie Steely Anna. 

Alice Amanda Stone Oberlin. 

Mary Osband Swift Lansing, Mich. 

Mary Louisa Todd Tabor, Iowa. 

Ida Jane Tomlinson William's Centre. 

LiLLiE Gertrude Towslee Lodi. 

Kittie Trask Jamestown, X. Y. 

Fannie June Turner Faribault, Minn. 

Rose Bonheur Tuttle Berlin Heights. 

Grace Loomis Upson Oberlin. 

Louise Evaline Upson Oberlin. 

Anna Maria Vetter Pawnee Roclv, Kan. 

Carrie Elizabeth Watkins ^lorgaii. 

Minnie Ada Wells Ol^erlin. 

Ada Clementlne Wilklss Maiden, Mass. 

Panola Adell Willcutt Oberlin. 

Hattie Celestine Williams Oberlin. 

Lizzie Jane Williamson Fostoria. 

Mollis Wittenberg Little Rock, Ark. 

Carrie Electa Wright Oberlin. 

Mary Anna Wright Painesville. 

Myra Rebecca Wright Oberlin. 

Phebe Elizabeth Wright Port Clinton. 

Ladies ------ 185. 



mmnmr^ 



I. DEPARTMENT OP THEOLOGY. 

Resident Graduate 1 

Seniors 8 

Middles 17 

Juniors 24 



II. DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY AND THE ARTS. 

1. CLASSICAL AND SCIENTIFIC COURSE. 

Seniors 29 

Juniors 34 

Sophomores 41 Gentlemen 128 

Freshmen 57 Ladies 33 



2. LITERARY COURSE. 

Fourth Year 21 

Third Year 3.') 

Second Year 35 Gentlemen 1 

First Year 34 Ladies 1?4 



3. IN SELECT STUDIES. 

Gentlemen 15 

Ladies 15 



III. DEPARTMENT OF PREPARATORY INSTRUCTION. 

1. CLASSICAL SCHOOL. 

Seniors 74 « 

Middles 77 Gentlemen 202 

Juniors 57 Ladies K 



50 



161 



125 



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208 

2. ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

Gentlemen 138 

Ladles 152 

290 

IV. CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC. 

Gentlemen 47 

Ladies 185 

■ 232 



Total 1096 

Deducting those reckoned twice 8 1 

Whole Number of Gentlemen 558 

Whole Number of Ladies 457 



Corrected Total 1015 



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OBERLIN COLLEGE. 

1879-80. 



i 



CATALOGUE 



OF THE 



OFFICERS AND STUDENTS 



OF 



Oberlin College, 



FOE THE 



college year 



1879-80. 



OBERLIN, O.: 

mattison's steaji printing house. 

1879. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 


Rev. JAMES H. FAIRCHILD, 


President. 


TERM EXPIRES 1880. 




Rev. SAMUEL WOLCOTT 


.-.Cleveland. 


A. B. NETTLETON 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


Rev. WOLCOTT B. WILLIAMS 


__ -Charlotte, Mich. 


SETH H. SHELDON 


._ -Cleveland. 


TERM EXPIRES 18S1. 




J. G. W. COAVLES 


Cleveland. 


GEORGE B. DELAMATER 


Meadville, Pa. 


WILLIAM SUMNER _ 


Cincinnati. 


T. L. NELSON 


___Elyria. 


TERM EXPIRES 1882. 




Hon. JAMES MONROE .. __ _ 


. Oberlin. 


J. E. INGERSOLL 


__ -Cleveland. 


Hon. J. D. COX 


.--Toledo. 


DAN P. EELLS 


._ -Cleveland. 


TERM EXPIRES 1883. 




E. J. GOODRICH 


.--Oberlin. 


F. C. SESSIONS 


Columbus. 


L. C. WARNER, M.D 


.--New York. 


ISAAC STONE, 


._ -Northampton, Mass. 


TERM EXPIRES 1884. 




Rev. MICHAEL E. STRIEBY 


.--Newark, N. J. 


URIAH THOMPSON 


.--Oberlin. 


Rev. henry COWLES 


.--Oberlin. 


Rev. WILLIAM B. BROWN ^ 


.—Newark, N. J. 



PRUDENTIAL COMMITTEE. 



Pres. J. H. FAIRCHILD. 

eev. henry COWLES. 

URIAH THOMPSON. 



Prof. JOHN M. ELLIS. 
E. J. GOODRICH. 
J. B. T. MARSH. 



Prof. G. W. SHURTLEFF. 



J. B. T. MARSH, Secretary and Treasurer. 



Rev. G. p. KIMBALL, Financial Secretary. 



LADIES' BOARD OF MANAGERS. 



Mrs. a. a. F. JOHNSTON. 
Mrs. REBECCA FINNEY. 
Mrs. :MINERVA E. ELLIS. 
Mrs. ELIZABETH S. MEAD. 



MR.S. J. AUGUSTA SMITH. 
Mrs. MARY B. SHURTLEFF. 
Mrs. HELEN M. RICE. 
Mrs. M. J. P. HATCH. 



I 



FACULTY. 



Rev. JAMES H. FAIRCHILD, President, 

PROFESSOR OF THEOLOGY AND MORAL PHILOSOPHY. 
AVERY PROFESSORSHIP. 

Rev. JOHN MORGAN, 

PROFESSOR OF NEW TESTAMENT LITERATURE AND BIBLICAL THEOLOGY. 

JAMES DASCOMB, M. D., 

EMERITUS PROFESSOR OF CHEMLSTRY, BOTANY AND PHYSIOLOGY. 

Rev. JOHN M. ELLIS, 

PROFESSOR OF MENTAL PHILOSOPHY AND RHETORIC. 



Rev. CHARLES H. CHURCHILL, 

PROFESSOR OF MATHEMATICS AND NATURAL PHILOSOPHY. 



< Rev. JUDSON SMITH, 



PROFESSOR OF CHURCH HISTORY AND POSITIVE INSTITUTIONS, AND LECTURER 

ON MODERN HISTORY. 



GILES W. SHURTLEFF, A. M., 

PROFESSOR OF THE LATIN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE. 



Rev. HIRAM MEAD, 

PROFESSOR OF SACRED RHETORIC AND PASTORAL THEOLOGY. 



FENELON B. RICE, 

PROFESSOR OP MUSIC. 



Rev. ELIJAH P. BARROWS, 

PROFESSOR OF OLD TESTAMENT LITERATURE AND BIBLICAL THEOLOGY. 



ALBERT A. WRIGHT, A. M., Pii. B., 

PROFESSOR OF GEOLOGY AND NATURAL HISTORY. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



JAMES K. NEWTON, A. M., 

PROFESSOR OF THE GERMAJf AND FRENCH LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES. 
FREDRIKA BREMER HULL rEOFESSORSHIP. 



GEORGE H. WHITE, A. M., 

PRINCIPAL OF THE PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT, AND PROFESSOR OF 
ANCIENT LANGUAGES. 



WILLIAM K. KEDZIE, M. S., 

PROFESSOR OF CHEMISTRY AND MINERALOGY. 



AVILLIAM G. BALLANTINE, A. M., 

PROFESSOR OP HEBREW AND THE GREEK OF TIIEJNEW TESTAMENT. 



Rev. SAMUEL H. LEE, 

PROPESSOR OF POLITICAL ECONOMY, AND FINANCIAL SECRETARY. 



WILLIAM G. FROST, A. M., 

PROFESSOR OF THE GREEK LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE. 



Rev. a. HASTINGS ROSS, 

SPECIAL LECTURER ON CHURCH POLITY. 



LYMAN B. HALL, A. M., 

TUTOR IN GREEK. 



HERBERT D. GOODENOUGH, A. B., 

TUTOR IN LATIN. 



HENRY C. KING, A. B., 

TUTOR IN LATIN. 



HENRY L. BATES, A. B. 

TEACHER OF GRAMMAR. 



FRANK M. DAVIS, 

INSTRUCTOR IN PIANO AND VIOLIN. 



WILLIAM:B. CHAMBERLAIN, A. B., 

INSTRUCTOR IN VOCAL MUSIC. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



SUMNER SALTER, 

INSTRUCTOR IN PIANO-FORTE. 



URIAH McKEE, 

INSTRUCTOR IN PENMANSHIP. 



Mrs. a. a. F. JOHNSTON, A. M., 

PRINCIPAL OF THE LADIES' DEPARTMENT, AND INSTRUCTOR IN HISTORY. 



Miss MARGARET E. STRATTON, 

ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL OF THE LADIES' DEPARTMENT. 



Miss MARY M. WRIGHT, A. M., 

TUTOR IN MATHEMATICS. 

Miss L. CELESTIA AVATTLES, 

INSTRUCTOR IN PIANO AND HARMONY. 

Mrs. HELEN M. RICE, 

INSTRUCTOR IN VOCAL MUSIC. 

Miss ANNA M. WYETT, 

INSTRUCTOR IN PAINTING. 



Rev. HENRY MATSON, 

LIBRARIAN. 






FACULTY. 



JAMES H. FAIRCHILD, President. 
JOHN MORGAN JUDSON SMITH. 

HIRAM MEAD. ELIJAH P. BARROWS. 

AVILLIAM G. BALLANTINE. 



STUDENTS. 



SENIOR CLASS. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. ROOMS. 

Fkederic Arthur Churchill Oberlin 34 Council Hall. 

Oberlin CoUege, 1877. 

LuciAx Edmond Danks Oberlin 11 West Lorain st. 

EiNiox Craxogvab Evans Norwood, N. Y 29 Council Hall. 

Middlebury CoUege, 1876. 

Ira John Manville Sparta 35^ North Main st. 

Hexry Ferris Markham Oberlin 3 Council Hall. 

Oberlin CoUege, 1874. 

William Otterbein W. PRixGLE__Fremont 19 Council Hall. 

OberUn College, 1876. 

AxGus Archibald EoBERTsox Halifax, N. S. 11 Council Hall. 

Dartmouth CuUege, 1877. 

Charles Jacksox Ryder Oberlin 33 North Main st. 

Oberlin CoUege, 1875. 

BuRXETT Theodore Stafford Cleveland 16 Council Hall. 

Hiram CoUege, 1876. 



AViLLiAM Biglow Fisher Norwalk 30 West College st. 



8 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 


NAMES. 


KESIDENCES. 


ROOMS. 


James Bkainebd Stocking 


__Obeiiin 


3 Elm St. 


George Eeid Tuttle 


.-Cleveland 


.-—23 East College st. 


Henry Fay Tyler 


.-Columbus 


14 South Professor St. 


Seniors 




13. 


— o 

MIDDLE CLASS. 


• 


Iren^us J. Atwood 


--Oberlin 


—-50 West College st. 


Ripon College, 1878. 






Joseph Fletcher Bacon 


.-Oberlin 


4 West St. 


Oberlln CoUege, 






Henry Liberty Bates :__ 


..Plymouth, Neb. . 


.—25 Council Hall. 


Oberlin CoUege, 1876. 






Chauncey Marvin Cady' 


.-Oberlin 


.—28 Council Hall. 


Oberlin College, 1877. 






AVilliam Benton Chamberlain.. 


-Oberlin 


8 West Lorain st. 


Oberlin College, 1875. 






William Edwards Fay 


__ Springfield 


17 Council Hall. 


Marietta College, 1878. 






Marcus Bell Fuller 1__. 


.-Nelson 


.—30 Council Hall. 


Oberlin College, 1878. 






Herbert Delos Goodenough 


.-Oberlin 


41 North Main st. 


Oberlin College, 1877. 






William Andrew Hobbs 


.-Oberlin 


19 West Lorain st. 


Oberlin College, 1876. 






Rupert Preston Hodge 


.-Janesville, Wis. . 


7 Council Hall. 


Oberlin CoUege, 1874. 






John Henry Hull 


.-Oberlin 


16 South Professor st. 


Oberlin College, 






Thomas Andrews Humphreys . 


.-Delphos 


.—24 Council Hall. 


Oberlin College, 






Benjamin Albert Imes 


-Van Wert, Pa. _. 


—-27 Council Hall. 


Oberlin College, 1877. 


Charles Sumner Leeper 


— Monticello, Ind. 


4 Council Hall 


Oberlin College, 






Charles Beebe Martin 


.-Oberlin 


.—21 Council Hall. 


Oberlin College, 1876. 






Francis Marion Price 


.-Oberlin 


48 Groveland st. 



BERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. ROOMS. 

Marion Daniel Shutter Oberlin 47 East College st. 

Wooster University, 1876. 

Martin Lvther Stimpson Xonvich, Vt 20 Council Hall. 

Dartmouth College, 1878. 

"Wesley Meyers Stover Lisle, 111 31 AVest College St. 

Oberlin College, 1878. 

Clement James Strang Lansing, Mich. 9 Council Hall. 

Michigan Agricultural College, 1878. 

Albert Marion Wheeler Shelby 23 Council Hall. 

OberUn College, 1878. 

William Cullen Wilcox Richfield 15 Council Hall. 

Oberlin College, 1878. 



Charles Naumann Naperville, Ind 31 Council Hall. 

Northwestern College, 1872. 

Middles 23. 



JUNIOR CLASS. 
George Eugene Albreciit Springfield 22 Council Hall. 

Military Academy, Berlin, Germany, 1873. 

Henry Royce Bass West Randolph, Vt. 20 Council Hall. 

Oberlin College, 1879. 

Frederick Van Wie Hoyt Saline, Mich 2fi Council Hall. 

Olivet College, 1879. 
Henry Churchill King Hillsdale, Mich 32 Council Hall. 

Oberlin College, 1879. 

Howard Wiegner Kriebel Hereford, Pa. 8 Council Hall. 

Kutztown Normal School, 1876. 

Clark Chester Otis Olivet, Mich 2 Council Hall. 

Olivet College, 1879. 

Arthur Bradley Peebles Mason, Mich 10 Council Hall. 

Michigan Agricultural College, 1877. 

Alford Brown Penniman Woodburn, 111 33 Council Hall. 

Oberlin College, 1879. 
Charles Daniel Tenney Oberlin 31 Council Hall. 

Dartmouth College, 1878. 

Juniors 9- 



kparftttet 




CLASSICAL AND SCIENTIFIC COURSE. 



FACULTY. 



JAMES H. FAIRCHILD, President. 
JOHN M ELLIS. ALBERT A. WRKiHT. 

CHARLES H. CHURCHILL. JAMES K. NEWTON. 

JUDSON SMITH. WILLIAM K. KEDZIE. 

CtILES W. SHURTLEFF. SAMUEL H. LEE. 

WILLIAM G. FROST. 



STUDENTS. 



SENIOR CLASS. 

KAMES. RESIDENCES. ROOMS. 

Leander Jefferson Aldrich C'onklingville, X. Y. 19 West Lorain st. 

David Edwin Barney La Porte, Ind 3 Elm st. 

Watson Elliott Boise Bellevue 3 Elm st. 

Samuel Gordon Burkhead Potterville, Mich 19 W^est Lorain st. 

Harvey W^ilson Compton Coshocton 6 West Lorain st. 

Darius Lyman Edwards Cberlin 53 East Lorain st. 

Clarence Ross Gale Jamestown, N. Y. __ First Church. 

William McLean Graham Oshkosh, Wis 4 South Professor st. 

By'ron Bement Harrison La Grange 60 West College st. 

David Alexander Hay'lor _Oberlin 7 East Lorain st. 

William Kaiser Gnadenhiitten 37 North Main st. 

Frank Morris Lillie WlUoughby 39 South Main st. 

Oramel WILLIAM Lucas Canon City, Col 45 West College st. 

Arthur William Lyon Wauseon 16 South Professor st. 

Oscar Homer McConoucjhey Oberlin 32 West College st. 

Edward Blanchard Patterson __Elyria 16 West Lorain st. 

Arthur Powell W^orthinglon 51 W^est College st. 



BERLIN COLLEGE. n 



XAMES. RESIDENCES. ROOJJS. 

Dewitt Nathan Rosecrans Oberlin 6 College Place. 

Jacob Albright Shawax Urbana 8 Forest .st. 

Samuel Reyxold.s Sixger Zanesville f?3 East Collojre st. 

Maurice Melville Warxer Plainfield, 111 l<) West Lorain st. 

Fraxces Eatox Aldex Rockland, Me 7 Forest st. 

Ella Maria Bailey Russia 42 North Main st. 

Ida Beagle Blissfield, Mich 19 South Professor st. 

Lydia Virgixia Coxe Paines^dlle Ladies' Hall. 

Eva Lilliax Hutchixgs Oberlin 7 Morgan st. 

Susy Kexd all Cavendish, Yt 2 North Professor st. 

Nettie Luaxxa Muxsox Oberlin 12 North Professor st. 

Emma Youxglove Rochester, Minn 34 East College st. 

Seniors 29. 



JUNIOR CLASS 

Elmer Delazox Bostwick Edinburg 27 West College st. 

JoHx Charles Bucklix Grand Rapids 13 East Lorain st. 

Edward Paysox Churchill Oberlin 26 AVe.st College st. 

Charles Elmer Clark Oberlin 7 P^ast Mill st. 

Alfred Ely Coltox Hudson, Mich. 24 Tappan Hall. 

JoHX William Cunxick Mineral Ridge 23 West College .st. 

Willis Fraxklix Day Oberlin 20 North ^lain st. 

JoHX SuMXER Edmuxds Oberlin 45 North Professor st. 

David Edgar Frexch Oberlin 18 North Professor st. 

Frederic Yale Gastox Clayton, Mich 34 West College st. 

Edward Thompsox Harper Port Byron, 111 ol West College st. 

Charles De Armoxd Harrison.- _Granville, 111. 13 East Lorain st. 

AViLLiAM Owex Joxes Rich\'ille, N. Y 82 Tappan Hall. 

Robert Scott Lixdsay Andover, Mass Society Hall. 

Daniel Magnus Oberlin 33 Tappan Hall. 

Charles Edward Morse Oberlin 21 East College st. 

Charles Edwin Newberry Rochester, Mich 14North Professorst. 

George Lewis Nichols Oberlin 13 East Lorain st. 



12 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. ROOMS. 

Edwakd Wateroi-sPeck Oberlin 8 AYest Lorain st. 

AV ALTER Scott Perry Pulaski, N. Y 4 South Professor st. 

Horace Greeley Redixgtox Amherst 24 Elm st. 

Eddy Herbert Spoor Dowagiac, Mich 24 Elm st. 

Sidney Dix Strong Seville 13 East Lorain st. 

Archibald Eugene Thomson Medina 22 West Lorain st. 

William James Turner Seville 82 Tappan Hall. 

AVilliam Jay Vickery Evansville, Ind, 11 South Professor st. 

Ernest Nathan AVarden Oberlin West Lorain st. 

Francis Timothy AVaters Lenox 60 Tappan Hall. 



Eva Josephine Ceas Oberlin 11 South Professor st. 

Olive Chatfield Oberlin o AA^est st. 

Harriet Eliza Ccshman Mattoon, 111. 25 North Prof essor st. 

Lina Lee Frayer Carson 25 North Professor st. 

Lelia E. Johnson Oberlin 25 North Professor st. 

Elizabeth Adams Nichols Oberlin 13 East Lorain st. 

Abbie Krum Tuttle AVest Andover 32 East College st. 

Juniors 35. 



SOPHOMORE CLASS. 

Newton AVhitmarsh Bates East Cleveland 58 Tappan Hall. 

JosiAH Harlow Bellows AVeepingAVater,Neb. Park House. 

Julius Jacob Bliss Bainbridge 36 West Lorain st. 

Dan Freeman Bradley Bangkok, Siam 18 AVest College st. 

Arthur AVilliam Burt Oberlin College Chapel. 

Harry Cake Fostoria 23 Tappan Hall. 

Charles Henry Clague Dover 17 AVest College st. 

AA^iLLiAM Hamilton Cowles Oberlin 69 North Main st. 

Paul Drennan Cravath Nashville, Tenn 7 South Professor st. 

John Blair Doland AA'ellington 2 Elm st. 

Charles Henry Dye Fort Madison, Ia.__ .18 North Pleasant st. 

Philip Cady Hayden Hempstead, N. Y. __34 North Professor st. 

James Monroe Henderson Evansville, Ind 3 East College st. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 13 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. ROOMS. 

Fkank Howe Hill Elyria .35 North Professor st. 

Homer Milton Hill Senecaville 14 West Lorain st. 

Oliver Earl Hotchkiss South Kirtland 14 North Professor st. 

Warren Henderson Houston Denmark, la 11 East Lorain st. 

John Chas. Fremont Jackson Oberlin 7o North Main .st. 

Charles Albert Judson __. BerUu Heights 13 South Pleasant st. 

Charles Craig Levan Shelbyville, Mo 37 North Main st. 

Elmer Wales Matter Brodhead, Wis 7 South Professor st. 

Alfred McCaskey Sulphur Springs 18 North Professor st. 

Joseph Cephas Mebane Mebanesville, N. C._39 North Main st. 

Frederic Myron Mitchell Peru 23 Elm st. 

Jamin Seth Morse Brownhelm Vi\ West College st. 

William Hathaway Pound Tij^ton, la. 7 South Professor st. 

Lewis Humphrey Pounds Oberlin 26 East College st. 

J. T. Ramsdell Oberlin 35 West College st. 

George Bartley Reid Monaghan, Ireland .32 Tappan Hall. 

Charles Stephen Roe Rochester, N. Y 7 South Professor st. 

Lewis Rogers Scott Wakeman 13 South Pleasant st. 

Arthur Leon Shumway Cleveland 24 Tapi)an Hall. 

Moses Fleetwood Walker Oberlin 12 North I\hun .st. 

Norman Porter Willard Plainview, Minn College Chapel. 

Alfred Augustus Wood West Bend, Wis 19 East College st. 

Alfred Eugene Woodruff Franklin, N. Y 23 North Professor st. 

George Zimmerman Frederick, Md. 40 West College st. 



Alice Estelle Burt Oberlin 92 East Lorain st. 

SiNA Emilia Burt Akron 11 Elm st. 

Alice Minerva Cowles Oberlin 69 North Main st. 

Eva Lucinda Emery Prophetstown, 111. _ 2 North Profes.sorst- 

Josephine Laura Fish Berlin Heights Ladies' Hall. 

Mary Hubbell Mt. Vernon Ladies' Hall. 

Lucy Adelaide Hutchings Oberlin 7 Morgan st. 

Minnie Eliza Maltby Oberlin 48 West College st. 

Sophomores 45- 





14 BERLIN COLLEGE. 


FRESHMAN CLASS. 




XAMES. 


RESIDENCES. 


ROOMS. 


Samuel Pettit Alexander 


_ _ _ Marblehead 


_- 8 Elm St. 


Frank George Alger 


._ -.Manchester, N. H. 


_-.50 Tappan Hall. 


Hubert Wilbur Bessey 


_-Oberlin 


_-80 North Pleasant st. 


Angelo Eandolph Bonney 


-__Orland, Ind 


--35 West Lorain st. 


Edward' Increase Bosworth __. 


.__Elgm, 111 


-- 2 Elm St. 


Herbert Wendell Boyd 


Aniesbury, Mass. 


--51 Tappan Hall. 
--51 Tappan Hall. 


Willard Parsons Boyd 


. Amesbury, Mass. _ 


Harry Clyde Brooks 


.__Oberlin 


--60 North iSIain st. 


Charles De Wolf Brower 


.__Bloomfield, N. J. _ 


_ - 3 South Professor st. 


Dalzell Adelbert Bunker .j_. 


.__Colebrook 


-78 East College st. 


Herbert Martin Camp 


. _ _ Painesville 


-36 West College st. 


Clarence Henry Carson 


-__Woodburn, 111 


-20 West Lorain st. 


Henry Northup Castle 


._ -Honolulu, S. I. 


-34 West College st. 


Cyrus Alonzo Clark 


___Union, 111. 


--31 East College st. 


Charles Mason Cook 


..._Elton, N.Y 

.--New Loudon 


.-10 Elm St. 

—11 Groveland st. 


Arthur Stanley Coutant 


Ira Oliver Curtiss 


.--Marengo, 111 


-36 North Main st. 


James William Dow 


Cortland 


- 20 South Professor st. 


Lafayette Asael Edwards 


.--Oberlin 


--53 East Lorain st. 


James Thome Fairchild 


.--Oberlin 


__ 8 South Professor st. 


Claudius Buchanan Irench 


--Oberlin 


.-18 North Professor St. 


James Henry Garnett 


. Milledgeville, Ga. 


- 34 Tappan Hall. 


Charles Dudley Green 


-Maiden, 111 


-83 Tappan Hall. 


Charles Willard Hayes 


--Hanover 


.-16 Forest st. 


Melvin Elisha Hedding 


..Port Henry, N. Y.. 


-73 North Main st. 


James Howard Holt 


--Marysville 


. - 4 East Lorain st. 


Alfred Henry Howard 


--Oberlin 


.-77 Tappan Hall. 


Amos Morell Kent 


--Genoa 


.-19 East College St. 


Evan Mohr Landis 


--Colebrookdale, Pa.. 


.-52 Tappan Hall. 


John Leadingham, Jr 


--Hammond, N. Y.-. 


-35 Tappan Hall. 


Edward Payson Martin 


--Oberlin 


.-69 East College st. 


Benjamin Oliver McMichael__ 


--Ashley 


-34 West College st. 


George Herbert Mead 


--Oberlin 


- 9 Elm St. 


William Vernon Metcalf 


.--Elyria 


.-18 North Professor St. 


AViLLiAM Miller 


.--Vine Ridge 


.-38 South Main st. 


Willis EIlbert Mollison 


-.Marysville, Miss. __ 


-35 North Professor st. 


1 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 15 



NAMES. RESIDENXES. ROOMS. 

William Maxwell Moxroe Oberlin 8 College Place. 

JiLiAx Coats Moore South Toledo 6 College Place. 

Charles Howard North Oberlin 36 West College .st. 

Clark Henry Nye Concord 36 West College st. 

Arthur Thomas Packard La Porte, Ind 6 West Lorain st. 

Fred Everett Pomeroy Oberlin 3 Elm st. 

Charles Walter Purple Oberlin 36 North Main st. 

AzARiAH Smith Root Dalton, Mass. 10 Forest st. 

Charles Homer Searle Oberlin 78 East College st. 

WASHixciTOx SiMMS GreenviUe, Mich 37 North Professor st. 

Willard Frank Smith OberUn 14 Elm st. 

George Franklin Solier Str>-ker 8 North Pleasant st. 

Alexander Ormiston Spence East Cleveland 8 North Pleasant st. 

Frank Warren Streator Oberlin 49 East College st. 

Clarence Franklin Swift Oberlin Mr. Swift's. 

TuLLY McCrea Talbot Westville 8 Forest st. 

Richard Jackson Temple Vicksburg, Miss. 51 Tappan Hall. 

James Allen Thome Mattoon, 111. 9 College Place. 

Merton Edmond Thompson OberUn 29 Elm st. 

Samuel Cooley Tuthill ]Middletown, N. Y.__38 South Main st. 

John Monroe Whitman Chatham Centre 17 West Lorain st. 

Herbert Franklin Wilbor Oberlin 50 West College st. 

George Edward Woodhull Marinette, Mis 74 East College st. 

Alonzo Dock Woodworth Irwin Station Cabinet Hall. 

Carrie Adelle Ford Unionville Ladies' Hall. 

Kate Cordelia Ford Cleveland 6 Elm st. 

Cora Emma Gannett Wellington 36 West College st. 

Ella Maria Glenn Oberlin 43 North Profe.^^sor st. 

Addie Belle Hawes Litchfd Corn'rs,Me. Ladies' ILill. 

Myra Jane Howes Mendota, 111 Ladies' ILiU. 

Carrie May Kinney Sandusky Ladies' Hall. 

Josephine Frances Krogman Boston, Mass. Ladies' Hall. 

Janet Huntington McKelvey Sandusky Ladies' Hall. 

Mary Lucinda Regal Oberlin 18 Forest st. 

Anna Mayo Rich Elyria Ladies' Hall. 

Florence Athalia Sperry Rock Creek Luiies' Hall. 

Freshmen 72- 



1(] BERLIN COLLEGE. 


LITERARY COURSE 


• 


FACUJ 


LTY. 

ILD, President. 


JAMES H. FAIRCH 


JOHN M. ELLIS. 


GEORGE H. 


WHITE. 


CHARLES H. CHURCHILL. 


WILLIAM K 


. KEDZIE. 


JUDSON SMITH. 


SAMUEL H. 


LEE. 


ALBERT A. WRIGHT. 


MRS. A. A. F 


JOHNSTON. 


JAMES K. NEWTON. 


MISS MARY 

.NTS. 
YEAR. 


M. WRIGHT. 


STUDE 


FOURTH 


NAMES. 


'' 


RESIDENCES. 


Eva Arabella Beebe 




Oberlin. 


Flora Bell Carpenter 




Oberlin. 


Nettie Cassell 




Davton. 


Ida Belle Clary 




Northfield, Minn. 


Julia Anna Evans 




Oberlin. 


Louise Raney Frost 




Oberlin. 


Clara Elizabeth Harrison 




.___ Granville, 111. 


Addie Whipple Heald 




Canton, 111. 


Ella May Johnston 




__ Allegan, Mich. 


Helen Maria Loomis 




Oberlin. 


Frances Frederica Munson 




Oberlin. 


Mary Louisa Patterson 




Flint, Mich. 


Ella Mabel Searle 




__Portville, N. Y. 


Anna Lovina Wallace 




Oberlin. 


Stella Susan Wright 




Oberlin. 


Jennie Matilda Wyeth 




New Way. 


Fourth Year 




i6. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 17 



THIRD YEAR. 

NAMES. hi:siiii;n< KS. 

AuHY Jane Adams Boston, Mass. 

Jessie Laura Bacon Obt'i-liii. 

Mary Alice Beach Ku<Mes 

Mary Henrietta Bohn AVarrensvilk-. 

Mary Josephine Briggs Elvria. 

Martha Louise Clark Cleveland. 

Eugenie Cushing Huron. 

Cora 8arah Ewing Ellington, N. Y. 

Myra Celia Fellows Oberlin. 

JuiiiA Brainerd Hall Oberlin. 

Emily Brooks Hall Oberlin. 

Nellie Elmina Hawley Mankato, ^liini. 

Anna Louise Hine Paincsvillc. 

Louise D. F. Hogue t)l)erlin. 

Emma Frances Jenkins Oberlin. 

Jessie M. Leonard Oberlin. 

Margaret Winthrop Letch Ryegate, \t. 

Emma Clarissa Linsley Oalion. 

Emily Letitia McCormick Cincinnati. 

A(;nes Leonora Noble La (irange. 

.Adelaide Luella Packard La Porte, Ind. 

Ella Elizabeth Post Belh'ville. 

Jessie Fidelia Pounds Oberlin. 

Ella Roe Ma<lis(in. 

Ella Wilson ' Louisville, Ky. 

Nellie May "Worcester (Hx-riin. 

Third Year 26. 



SECOND YEAR. 

Mary Lovina Atwood Waupuu, Wis. 

Julia Bacon Oberlin. 

Kate B.vum New Philadelphia. 

Jri.iA Stone Browning Hclpre. 



18 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Makv Belle Carletox Angola, Ind. 

Gertbude Cassell Mt. Vernon. 

Fraxces Melvin Clark Mt. Vernon. 

Emma Clisbee Oberlin. 

Mary Caroline Creegan Wakeman. 

Hattie Curtis Vermontville, Mich. 

Ida Luranna Field Oberlin. 

Agnes Celicia Goss Oberlin. 

Lizzie Sarah Gurney Chester Cross Roads. 

Florence Elizabeth Hall Hudson, Wis. 

Mary Cornelia Johnson Oberlin. 

Maky Lena LaMoure Oberlin. 

Helen Henrietta Lord Ravenna. 

Carrie Matilda Pelton Oberlin. 

Mary Evelyn Percival Portville, N. Y. 

Sophia Adelphia Smith Middlefield, Mass. 

Flora Diantha Tay'lor Claridon. 

Eliza Jane Trumble East Townsend. 

Florence Helen Tyler Warren. 

Nellie Elvira Watterson Cleveland. 

]\L\rgaret Diantha Wells Claridon. 

Agnes White Willoughby. 

Anna Mary Wickes West Charlotte, Vt. 

Belle Ruth Willey Spencer. 

Cora B. Younc; Monroeville. 

Second Year 29. 



FIRST YEAR. 

Orielle E. Burgner Fremont. 

Celia Owen Clemans North Dover. 

Clara Ida Cooley Farmington, Iowa. 

Adelle Virginia Crandall Portville, N. Y. 

Ella Elizabeth Crim Gallon. 

Mary Frances Forrest , AYoodstock, 111. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 19 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Kate Isabel Fowler Kenosha, Wis. 

Mary Louise Gardner Cha<rriii Falls. 

Maggie Helen Giddings Oberlin. 

Helen Louise Grimes Mansfield. 

S. Emily Hall Homestead, Mich. 

Jane Hayford Oberlin. 

IvA Nora Haynes Grass Lake, Mieh. 

LiLLiE Belle Haynes Poland. 

Mary Imogene Houghton Oberlin. 

Lillian Hudson . Li.L'onicr, Ind. 

Charlotte Mary' Kimball Maywood, 111. 

Minnie Louise Kimball Maywood, 111. 

Lucy Langdon Oberlin. 

Ginevra Jane Lord _Ravenna. 

Marion Emily Marsh Bristol, Wis. 

Edna Mason Oberlin. 

Mary Mathis Yorktown, 111. 

Estella Metcalf < >lH'rIin. 

Matilda Rebecca Miller \"\\\v Kid<re. 

Nannie Keith Miller Oberlin. 

Anna Eliza Nettleton Oberlin. 

Annette Olive Newberry Rochester, Mich. 

Emma Louise Palmer Fostoria. 

Amanda Jane Otis Hicksville. 

Ella Palmer Delaware Bend. 

Mary Emma Pomeroy Klyria. 

Laura Elvira Smith Ypsilanti, ^lidi. 

Cora Maria Squire oh.rlin. 

Zerry Strong Akron, Ind. 

Jennie Thomas Brinilield. 

Olivia Annette Thomas hostoria. 

Edna Thompson Frbana. 

AnxNa Maria Vetter Pawnee Rock, Kan. 

Hattie Celestine Williams OU-rlui. 

First Year 4°- 



20 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



IN SELECT STUDIES. 

NAMKS. RESIDENCES. 

Fayette Oilman Appleton Oberlin. 

Llewellyn James Beynon La Crosse, Mich. 

Alfred Lane Crawford Newcastle, Pa. 

Charles Augustus Mack Gilead, Conn. 

Harlan Page Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

John Wakely Patchin Oberlin. 

James Nelson Upham Paw Paw, Mich. 

Ella Jane Ball Buffalo, N. Y. 

Jennie Florence Bowen Savannah, 111. 

Lizzie Missouri Bowers Akron. 

Mattie xImelia Boyle Salem. 

Allie Buff Terre Haute, Ind. 

Catherine Case Milan. 

Lelia E. Clark Oberlin. 

Jennie Finney' Milwaukee, Wis. 

Alice May Gardner Fulton, N. Y. 

Mary Eliza Guinell Oberlin. 

F^LLA Maria Hammond La Porte, Ind. 

Harriet Adella Hitchcock North East, Pa. 

Clara Emma Howard Oberlin. 

Carrie Lelia Jones "Waubaunsee, Kan. 

Kate Morgan Kuhn Salem. 

Mary Clark Mattocks Toledo. 

Annabelle McNaughton Lake Linden, Mich. 

Pauline Bernard Monroe Akron. 

Sarah Elizabeth Reed Monticello, 111. 

Mannie I). Roy'er Brimfield. 

Emma Julia Safford Buffalo, N. Y. 

Clara Ellen Smith Warrensburg, Mo. 

Florence Elizabeth Sperry' J* Sherman, N. Y. 

F:mma H. Stoll Homestead, Mich. 

Catherine Elizabeth Sweeney Greenfield, Mass. 

In Select Studies 32. 



pe^artwent afl ^re^estjaturg llnatrMdion. 



CLASSICAL SCHOOL. 



INSTRUCTORS. 



GEORGE H. WHITE, Princifai.. 

MES. A. A. F. JOHNSTON. 
MISS MARGARET E. STRATTON. 
LYMAN B. HALL. MLSS MARY M. WRIGH T 

HERBERT D. GOODENOUGH. HENRY C. KING. 

HENRY L. BATES. 

STUDENTS. 



SENIOR CLASS. 

XAMES. RESIDENCKS. 

Charles Stafford Ames Bucyrus. 

Caleb Dickixsox Arxer Salem. 

Daniel Julian Bates Avon. 

JoHX B. Bates Upper Alton, 111. 

Samuel Arthur Baldwix 1 Pittsfield. 

Allex Stewart Barber Mt. Vernon. 

RoDXEY DuRELL Bemis Oberlin. 

Fraxk Augustus Bunce Oberlin. 

Harl Burkett Findlay. 

Edward Benjamin Burwell Mercer, Pa. 

William Mariox Cake Fostoria. 

Charles John Cole Copopa. 

Paul Burke Coxaxt Rtivenna. 

OrvaLee Cook I^exington. 

William Platt Darwin Washington, D. C. 

Leoxidas Howard Davis Kokomo, In<l. 

Leman Caxfield Dextox Wakeman. 



22 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Geoege Charles Ehrhakt North Amherf-t. 

Stephen S. Estey Calais, Me. 

Frank Calvin Freeman Amherst. 

Baxter Todd French Granville, 111. 

Edward Payson Gale Jamestown, N. Y. 

Charles Martin Hall Oberlin. 

Luther Donnell Hajiilton Clarksburg, Ind. 

Sydney Marsh Haskell North Bloomfield. 

WiNFiELD Pierce Hatch Oberlin. 

Edward L. Hotchkiss Kirtland. 

Ernest Howard Adrian, Mich. 

Francis Mills Koons . Sulphm* Springs. 

Gerald Stanley Lee Oberlin. 

Fayette Lemuel Lilly Mendota, 111. 

Charles William Longren Wilcox, Pa. 

Robert Charles Martin Cincinnati. 

James Eli McConnell Rock Island, 111. 

Frank B. McDaniel Oberlin. 

Roderick McLennan Elgin, N. Y. 

Henry Clement Morrison Milan. 

Arthur Gilson Morse Brownhelm. 

Alfred Charles Moysey Kelley's Island. 

Alexander Lawson Patterson Savannah. 

Frederick Chapman Porter Painesville. 

Solon Pierce Powell Findlay. 

William Thomas Royce Lexington. 

Charles Whitfield Sanford Geneseo, 111. 

Oliver Perry Scovell Lewiston, N. Y. 

William Charles Shortle Pontiac, 111. 

Edwin S. Slater Aurelia, la. 

Jonathan Greene Smith Ashkum, 111. 

Charles Henry Solier Stryker. 

James Sullivan Victory Mills, N. Y. 

Fred Haynes Swift Oberlin. 

Clarence Augustus Vincent Chagrin Falls. 

Champion James Waring Post Mills, Vt. 

Thomas Winfred Waring Oberlin. 

Oliver Sheldon Wells Seville. 



BERLIN COLLEGE. 23 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

May Medora Carroll Fostoria. 

Effie Chapman Huntington. 

Mary Eliza Church New York City. 

Ida Alexander Gibbs , Obcrlin. 

Sarah Luella Miner Tougaloo, Mis.s. 

Della May Thomas i Ravi-nna. 

Etta Leona Thomas Ravenna. 

Seniors 62. 



MIDDLE CLASS. 

James William Anthony Ottawa, 111. 

Louis F. Atwood Tallinadge. 

Selvy Andrew Bass West Randolph, Vt. 

Charles Earnest Baxter Bryan. 

Orion Sumner Belden Maiden, 111. 

Charles Gilbert Boise Bellevne. 

John Robert Bradley Sweet Chalybeate Springs, \'a. 

William Edwin Bruce Wauseon. 

Albert Bradford Colwell Rushville, 111. 

Arthur Eugene Chamberlain Bedford. 

James Glasswell Clayton L Springfield. 

Ephraim Bechtel Clemmer Clayton, Pa. 

John Whitney Connor Henniker, X. H. 

Horace Malachi Cooper Kokonio, Ind. 

Charles Erwin Davis Dublin. 

Haralamby Demetroff Oberlin. 

Edward Payson Dickenson Waterloo, In<l. 

Alpheus Lyman Dickinson Riindall. 

Thomas Jefferson Eaton Oberlin. 

Gomer Geraldis Evans N. Jackson. 

Harvey Alphonzo Fiester Newton Falls. 

Vanton Orlando Foulk Greenville, Pa. 

Thornton Frasier Plainfield. III. 



24 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Edwin Pound Gaedner Canandaigua, N. Y. 

Willis James Goodrich Hudson, Mich. 

Lee Weight Halsey Bridgehampton, N. Y. 

Fred Catlin Hartshorn Pontiac, 111. 

Charles Wesley Haverson Winona, Mich. 

Edward Ajkin Heald Canton, 111. 

Wick Dennick Heazelton Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Howard Thomas Hicks Oberlin. 

William Hanson Hilton Monongahela City, Pa. 

Donald Kedzie Hitchcock Goshen, Ind. 

John Leonard Hoffman Newton Falls. 

Elmer Ellsworth Hollow ay Burbank. 

Walter Bradley House Saugatuck, Mich. 

Homer Hosea Johnson New London. 

Melvin Blake Johnson Elyria. 

Morgan Pelagius Jones Wilksbarre, Pa. 

Edwin Young Lacev Ravenna. 

Oliver Alexander McConnell Ligonier, Ind. 

Frank Elwood McKellogg Oberlin. 

Ralph Waldo Munson__! Martin. 

Solomon Johnson Paine Nelson. 

Charles Henry Penniman Oakland, Cal. 

Harvey Woodruff Prouty Painesville. 

Morrison James Reeder Sharon, Pa. 

Everett Spencer Robinson Patchogue, N. Y. 

Frank Theodore Rogers New York City. 

John Willis Root Bissell's. 

SoLLis Runnels Indianapolis, Ind. 

Edmond Dwight Sackett L. New' London. 

John Miller Sherman Wakeman. 

Alpheus Melancthon Spangler Edgerton. 

Edward Henry Spear Oberlin. 

Harry Terrell Oberlin. 

Park Terrell Oberlin. 

Frederick F. Thomas Rochester. 

George Wells Tyler Oberlin. 

Benjamin Franklin Wheeler Charlotte, N. C. 

Warner Eli Wheeler Oberlin. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



25 



NAMES. RKSIDENCES. 

William Warren Woodruff Newtown, Pa. 

Charles Zimmerman Frederick. Md. 

Anna Seretta Hilmard Elvria. 

Frances Amelia Reynolds Alburgh Sprinj^, Vt. 

Middles 65. 



JUNIOR CLASS. 

George Edward Abbott Pittsfieid, III. 

Henry Edward Asplin East Kocki)ort. 

Charles Henry Atwater .('astalia. 

WiLLARD Lorenzo Bangs Chilnhvill*'. N. Y. 

Rodney Barnes Oberlin. 

Obadiah Frederick Barnhart Barnhart's Mills, I'a. 

May Landa Bevis Harrison. 

Henry Blair Edwardsville, 111. 

Eugene Frank Bradt Marcellus, ^Vlich. 

Charles Burket Findlay. 

Sylvester Callahan Sauk Center, Minn. 

Frank Albert Carver Char<U)n. 

George Henry Chamberlain La Grantre. 

LoREN Prentiss Chapman . Lake Breeze. 

Lonnie Weston Chapman Like Breeze. 

WiLKiE AV. Chapman Himtin^'ton. 

Samuel Bradford Chase West Glover, Vt. 

William D. Chenoweth I^mdon. 

Franklin Joshua Clark Me<lina. 

Amos Brainerd Cleverton Mulberry Corners. 

George Russell Creiiore Ix)rain. 

Francis Olin Dailey Seville. 

James Moore Fanleroy Foster Greencastle. Pa. 

George R. Frisbie Ven-iia. N. Y. 

Peter Joseph Gerl.\cii Oberlin. 

Alvin Theodore Gurney Chenter Cross Koad.'*. 



26 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMKS. KICSIDEKCES. 

PiEKCE Benjamin IIakkis Columbia, S. C. 

Ray Benjamin Hinckley' Lansing, Mich. 

Ward Beechek Holloway' Akron. 

HuBBAKi) McKee Hoyt Four Corners. 

C'harles Fremont Houghton Oberlin. 

Fuank AV. Hunter Pecatonica, 111. 

Walter (TEOUdE Hull Homer, N. Y. 

George Emerson King North Ridge ville. 

Allen Martin Lambright Uhricksville. 

Charles Sumner Minnich Gratiot. 

Adolphus Alexander Moll Easton, Conn. 

Frank Edmond Moore Chardon. 

Paul Rali'h Mueller Oberlin. 

Riciiakd Eugene Murtha Salt River, Mich. 

Jay Odkll Nelson Twinsburg. 

Hakvey Benjamin Nickerson Marengo, 111. 

Stephen Henry Nickerson Chippewa Lake. 

Orange Stephen Palmer Rising City, Neb. 

Charles Milton Pierce _ . Clarksfield. 

Georce Lincoln Platt Manhattan, Kan. 

WiLLiA.M John Poyer Florence. 

Charles Lyman Prugh Gratis. 

Jay Wells Ransom Sandusky. 

Geohije Washington Rexford Norwood, N. Y. 

William Nelson Richardson Jackson, Miss. 

Emory Rikert Bull's Head, N. Y. 

Thomas Edward Riley Elyria. 

Robert Curtis Rivers Oberlin. 

Francis Jeffekson Roberson St. Louis, Mo. 

Wilton Sawyer Mentor. 

Henry Bedford Shuart Cleveland. 

Fkki) Dwight Smith Florence, 

Albekt Pike Stockwell Aurora, 111, 

Fred \"alerius Stone ; Strongsville. 

\'utor Perry Swart Hinsdale, N. Y. 

Frank Patter.son Taylor Genoa. 

William Lawrence Tenney Oberlin. 

Charles Fawcett Teter Philippi, W. Va. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. KKSIDKNCKS. 

Archie Tucker Louisiana, Mo. 

Eugene Staxberry Upson Obcrlin. 

Charles K. Whitney Oltcrliii. 

Hudson Elliott Willard ('levi'land. 

Harlan C'orilus Woodford Mesopotamia. 

David Thom.\s Wy'att Mt. Pleasant. 

Willoughby Benjamin Young Junction City, Kan. 

Juniors 71. 



28 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



ENGLISH SCHOOL. 



INSTRUCTORS. 



GEORGE H. WHITE, Principai,. 
MISS MARY M. WRIGHT. HENRY L. BATES. 



STUDENTS. 

GENTLEMEN. 

NAMKS. RESIDENCE.S. 

James Stephen Allen Charlestown. 

LiBA Thurston Allen Tontogany. 

James Augustus Anderson Oberlin. 

Joseph Baggs Bridgeport. 

Richard Baker Clyde. 

Joseph Bittinger Ball Corfu, N. Y. 

Frank H. Barnard Moline, 111. 

Herbert Jerome Barnum Clarksfield. 

Harry Nelson Bartlett Oberlin. 

Oscar Marion Beach Buifalo, N. Y. 

Horace Webster Beacom Mitchell Salt Works. 

Thomas E. Bell Oberlin. 

CiNA Albert Bessey Amwell. 

Willis Arthur Bessey Oberlin. 

Charles Edwin Bloomek W^eaver's Corners. 

Arthur Leroy Boies Kiptou. 

Jesse Levi Bright Columbus. 

Irving John Brooks New Haven. 

Sanford Frederick Burger Ottawa, N. Y. 

Henry Leslie Burrell North Ridgeville. 

John Randolph Carpenter Coe Ridge. 

George Henry Carrier Rochester. 

Mitchell Caskey Hartville. 

Charles Fremont Cass Iberia. 

George Chandler Oberlin. 

Elmer Jefp^erson Chenoweth London. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 29 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Herman Clausen Gypsum. 

George William Grouse Birminghani. 

Canarius H. Currier Henriett<i. 

William Sanford Curtis Oberlin. 

DocKEY S. Davis Coliiinlnis. 

P^LSON David Dye North Katon. 

William Ely Morrison, 111. 

William Sloane Fenn Nankin. 

Sydney Freeman Oberlin. 

Horace Edward Gibbs Oberlin. 

Preston Henry Hall Charlotte, N. C. 

Charles Benjamin Helling Birmingham. 

Edward Heusner South Amherst. 

William Alvah Heusner Henrietta. 

Clarence Augustus Hine Painesville. 

Allison L. Hobart :. Nelson. 

RoLLiN G. HoLMAN Romco, Mifh. 

Joun Hopper AVauseon. 

Willie Mykon Horton Painesville. 

Clyde Westerman Hurst Harrisburg. 

William Wilson Huston Brimfiekl, Inil. 

Andrew Jackson I-^i Porte. 

James Mix Johnston Chester Cross Roads. 

Dewoody Reade Jones Millbrae, Cal. 

MiLo Cornelius Kendeigh Amherst. 

Fred Tho.mas Kenney Oberlin. 

Sylvester Sylvan Lacey Philadelphia, Pa. 

Fr.ynk Mercer Langston AVashington, D. C. 

Frank Leake North Andierst. 

Clifton B. Lindsley Penfield. 

Watson Baird Lindsley Penlield. 

RuFUS David Loomis Rjivenna. 

Charles August Maurer Monroe, Midi. 

George Lyman Maxfield Nelson. 

Charles Everett Mead Greenwich Station. 

James Addison Mead Greenwich Station. 

Walter Henry Meech North Ridgeville. 

Fred Myers Cleveland. 



30 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 


XAMKS. 


RESIDEKCES. 


George B. Palmer 


Oberlin. 


KoBERT ChAN'EY PaNNELTOX 


White Oak, Tex. 


Setii William Parker 


Mayfield. 


Milton Parks . 


Kirtland. 


William P^dward Patc-hin 


Oberlin. 


Alsox Earle PniLE 


(xenoa. 


George Popoff 


Oberlin. 


Gharles Hexry Pries 


Arkwright, X. Y. 


Arthur Joseph Rice 


North Amherst. 


Hiram Whitney Rk iimond 


Liverpool . 


Frank Root 


Bissell's. 


Frederick Arthur Rowley 


Oberlin. 


Geor(;e Ellsworth Savage 


_- Chiirchville, N. Y. 


Edward Steele Sawy'er 


Mentor. 


Charles Rench Schnebly' 


Mt. Vernon . 


Charles Willard Seiberling 


Akron. 


Henry' Selkirk 


_Oberliii. 


Edward Lafayette Shepard 


Dundee, 111. 


Earl Smith 


.^ Churchville, X. Y. 


William Paister Smith 


Tjondon. 


Frank W^ebb Snyder 


Salem. 


Frederick Benjamin Stem 


Spring Hill, Kan. 


Stanlow B. Stiles 


Greenwich. 


Vernon Edmond Stiles 


Clarkesfield. 


AViLLiAM Ezra Sturdevant 


Vermillion. 


Hiram Adelbert Tennant 


Kipton. 


Adrial Clark Thompson 


Oberlin 


Orrin Harry Thompson 


Hudson. 


John Smith Townshend 


Avon. 


Louis Fosdick' Tuttle 


Oberlin. 


PjUgene Belden Welch 


Polk. 


Ashley' Alonzo Welsher 


Star, la. 


Edgar James Whitaker 


Topeka, Kan. 


John Oscar White 


Oberlin. 


Harry AVoodruff 


Sheffield. i 


Harsley Wyman 


^ Three Rivers, Mich. 

lOO. 

t 
1 


Gentlemen 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 31 



LADIES. 

NAMES. RESIDEK7ES. 

Emm.\ Belle AI)AM^<. Hek'iia, Mon. 

Lillian A. Allen Amherst. 

Mary Andrews Kc.t'kpnrt. 

Mary Augusta Andrews Rofk]K)rt. 

Genevieve Atkins Clark.stield. 

Inah Eli.oy a very HcnrietUi. 

Irene Avery Henrietta. 

Carrie Etta Baciitel New Berlin. 

Elizabeth Bassett Cleveland. 

Mary Jane Bates Upper Alton, 111. 

Louise Bazin Oberlin. 

Augusta Clifton Beli Henrietta. 

EuRA Mitchell Bell Henrietta. 

Maggie Blaik Edwarclsville, 111. 

Alice M. Blakeslee Ithaca, N. Y. 

Anna Bonak Mount ^'eru(lu. 

May Bonsok Oberlin. 

ZxLEMA Bourgeois Hanville, La. 

Elizabeth Amelia Bradford Port Gibson, Miss. 

Effie Eldora Brant i Hayesville. 

Edna Florence Brant Hayesville. 

Almeda Chloe Bronson Kipton 

Ida Brown Milan. 

Carrie Buck - Avon. 

Mary Carmichaei Wheatland, Mich. 

Frances Clark Mechanicstown. 

Ruth Clark Washington, Pa. 

Leila Edith Clark Oberlin. 

Ida Comstock Oberlin. 

Mary A(;nes Conley Middlebury, Vt. 

Florence Emma Cook Fonr Corners. 

Mary Philena Cook Champlain, N. Y. 

Flora Helen Cooper Kokomo, ln<l. 

Grace Evelyn Crehoke Lorain. 

Ella Crittenden Ruggles. 

Emma Jane Cunningham New Lisbon. 



32 OBERLIN COLLEGE, 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Minnie Stoughton Curtis ' Oberlin. 

Carrie Elizabeth Day Sheffield. 

LiLLiE SorniA Day Sheffield. 

Anna Maria De Muth Tuscarawas. 

Isabel Dixon Sandusky. 

Julia Erb Royal Oak, Mich. 

Kate Farrar London. 

Viletta Gallup : Strongsville. 

Martha Gold West Cornwall, Conn. 

Rebecca A. Gordon Waynesburg, Pa. 

Mary Jane Green Oberlin. 

Jessie Griffith Willoughby. 

Anna Lavilla Harris Berlin Heights. 

Eva Liona Harris . Berlin Heights. 

Bertha D. Haven Cleveland. 

Sarah HiGGiNS Oberhn. 

Julia Townsend Hill Nevada, Mo. 

Erie \. Hogg Reno, Pa. 

Mellie Holbrook ' Sullivan. 

Rose Hoover Mason, Mich. 

Helen Hoppin South Haven, Mich. 

Emma Jane Hunt Kendall ville, Ind. 

Alice Gertrude Hurlbut Elyria. 

Hattie Hermia Johnson Mansfield. 

Mollie Beach Johnson Beloit, AVis. 

Jennie M. Kerr Gilman, 111. 

Jennie Kinsey Tuscarawas. 

Asia Kramer Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Mary Lane Blissfield, Mich. 

Ciiristabel Lee Oberlin. 

Emma Lee Irwin. 

Hester Maria Leiper East Liverpool. 

Emma Lewis AVest Mill Creek, Pa. 

Irene Loomis Freedom Station. 

Mary Elizabeth Lyon - Salem. 

Jennie Maddock North Ridge\Tille. 

Agnes Marshall . Sandusky. 

Alice Marshall Rochester. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



XAMKS. RKSIDKNCI-y. 

Anna Maky Martin BlooinvilU'. 

Ida E. McClelland Blnoinvillc. 

Willie Louise McDougal St. Louis. Mo. 

Martha Elwood ^IcLexnan Salincvillt'. 

Clarabelle Meech Riil-.'cvillc. 

Elizabeth Etheringtox Meek Wills ('n( k. 

Ada Terrill Mills Klvria. 

Eva Sarah Moon .\voii. 

Ellen Morse Browniicini. 

May B. Moulton (MxTlin. 

Emilie MrLLER ^ Ohcriii). 

Della Anna Nay Wakciiuni. 

Mary Joan Nelson ShakTsvillc. 

Clara ^Lvrtha 0.sborn _ Euclid. 

Leonora Palmer Port (iibsou. Mi.-^s. 

Addie Parmelee l.ivi riKMij. 

Antoinette Corinne Parsons ( )liciiiu. 

Elizabeth Cornelia Parsons Isinit, Turkey. 

Viola Parsons . Oltcilin. 

Allie Elfreda Peck Waki'inau. 

Anna Pelton Berlin Hci^rhts. 

Mary Ellen Phillips . New Olu-rlin. 

Ella Blanc he Pickett _ Wukeiuaii. 

Sadie Elizabeth Pringle Fremont. 

Etta Catherine Pringle l.ily CIhiimI. 

Ella Juliette Radcliffe ^ Chirksx ille. TenM. 

Mary Frances Ramsey' N<'\v Lisintn. 

Ella Dora Richardson Colunihia. >l<i. 

Della Anna Root liisscll's. 

Kate Lucetta Safpord Ma<lisuM. 

Mary Louise Savage Churchville. .\. Y. 

Ida Belle Sawyer Zanesville. 

Ida Louise Searle Uherlin. 

Violette Searls Camden. 

Emma Smith S<.utli Audierst. 

Emma White Smith N"'tl' >^:ii'"i- 

Minnie De Etta Smith South llaveu. .Mich. 

Mary Esther Smith Ashkum. 111. 



34 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

LoRA Sorter Oberliu. 

DoRRiE Stohl Oberlin. 

Geokgiana Eugenia Starr Litchfield. 

LiLLiE EsTELLE Starr Litclifield. 

Maggie Steely Anna. 

Grace Matilda Sumner Birmingham. 

Fanny Thompson Medina. 

Elva Lovina Todd AVakeman. 

Linda Ruth Treat Cleveland. 

Angeline Truesdale Four Corners. 

Jessie B. Trumbull East Townsend. 

Eva Vail Ligonier, Ind. 

Mary' Ann Waddell Newcastle, Eng. 

Mary Ella Warner Pittsfield. 

Lilly Adelaide White Willoughby. 

Melva Jane Wilmot Claridon. 

Josephine Louise Winchell Wellington. 

Johnetta Winterbotham Columbus. 

Jennie Belle Wood Oberlin. 

Mary Charlotte Woodruff Sheffield. 

Ida May Woodruff Sheffield. 

Etta May' Worcester Kingston, 111. 

Ella Worden Mansfield. 

Ladies 136. 



+^+. 



iHiJrucitaru a\\ £mxHk. 



c^^i 



FACULTY. 



JAMES H. FAIRCHILI), Prksident. 

FENELON B. RICE, Director. 
L. CELESTIA WATTLES. FRANK M. DAVIS. 

SUMNER SALTER. HELEN M. RICE. 

WILLIAM B. CHAMBERLAIN. 



STUDENTS. 



GENTLEMEN. 

NAMES. RESIDEXCKS. 

Nelson Ozier Allen New London. 

George Whitfield Andrews Oberlin. 

David Stephen Arnold Sycamore, 111. 

Joseph Baggs Bridge} )ort. 

Ovid Pope Barbour Traer, L)wti. 

Harry Nelson Bartlett Oberlin. 

Samuel Horace Blakeslee 1 Oberlin. 

Angelo Randolph Bonney Orland, Ind. 

Dan Freeman Bradley Bankok, Siani 

Harry Clyde Brooks . Oberlin. 

Daniel Ellis Bushnell Oberlin. 

Elmer Jefferson Chenoweth Lorn Ion. 

Herman Clausen Gypsiuu. 

Alfred Lane Crawford Newcastle, Pa. 

Charles Erwin Davis Dublin. 

George Henry Fish Brooklyn. 

Winfield Pierce Hatch Oberlin. 

Philip Cady Hayden Hempstead, L. L 

Holland Gould Holman Romeo, Mich. 



36 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Thomais Moxkoe Hollow ay Burbank. 

John Calvin Irwin Iberia. 

Samuel McConougiiey Penfield. 

Charles Frank Miller Meadville, Pa. 

Charles Walthall Morrison Oberlin. 

Jamin Seth Morse Brownhelni. 

Jav Odell Nelson Twinsburg. 

Charles Edward Newberry Rochester, Mich. 

Harrold Dean Newton Ypsilanti, Mich, 

Charles Willard Peak Pike. 

Edward Watrous Peck . OberUn. 

George L. Platt Manhattan, Kan. 

Frederick Everett Pomeroy Oberlin. 

Henry Reed Osnaburg. 

Louie Ashton Saunders Ypsilanti, Mich. 

William Henry Shane Oberlin. 

Edgar George Sweet Avon. 

Frederick Haynes Swift Oberlin. 

Benjamin Thompson : Urbana. 

Nathan Ciiauncey Underiiill New London. 

Perry Pakton Weed Douglas, Mich. 

George Clarence Westervelt Oberlin. 

Elwood Russell AVisner Kirtland. 

George Edward Woodiiull Marinette, Wis. 

William Warren Woodruff Newtown, Pa. 

George Zimmerman Frederick, Md. 

Gentlemen 45. 



LADIES. 

Frances Genevieve Atkin Clarkslield. 

Frances Jane Atkinson Oberlin. 

Mary Lovina Atwood Waupun, Wis. 

Nina Ruth Bacon Oberlin. 

Carrie Etta Bachtel New Berlin. 

Mary Ann Bailey Benzonia, Mich. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 37 



NAMES. RESIDENCKS. 

Jennie Elizabeth Baldwin Pittsfield. 

Emma Elizabeth Ball Canton. 

Lenoka Juliet Bark Tidioute, Pa. 

Maky Alice Beach Kuggh'.s. 

Mary Smith Beard Oberliu. 

Mary Lincoln Bergen Galvu, 111. 

Ida Mary Bishop Lima. 

Margaret Blair Edwardsville, 111. 

Alice M. Blakeslee Ithaca, N. Y. 

Anna Belle Bonar Mt. Vernon. 

Elizabeth Rebecca Boone Salem. 

Zxlema Maky Bourgeois St. Charles, La. 

Elizabeth Missouri Bo\^ers Akron. 

Lettie Elizabeth Brooks Ellington, N. Y. 

Marie Tracy Brown Conneaut. 

Belle Aurelia Brown Oberliu. 

Allie Buff 1 Terre Haute, Ind. 

Mary Clinton Bush PMinboro, Pa. 

Mary Elizabeth Bushnbll Oberlin. 

Frances Bennett Callaway Mt. Morris, N. Y. 

Jennie Cannan Camd«'ii. 

Julia Lois Caruthers Oberliu. 

Kate Case Milan. 

Nettie Cassell Dayton. 

Caroline Dickinson Castle Honolulu, 11. I. 

Ella Chatfield Oberlin. 

P:mma Jane Clement Hudson, Mich. 

P]mma Josephine Clisbee 0"berlin. 

Nellie Ball Cobaugh Caut«n. 

LiNNiE Elvira Conrad Oberlin. 

Flora Helen Cooper Kokomo, In<l. 

Lou Frazer Cowan Oberlin. 

Emma Jane Cunningham Columbiana. 

Lulu P. Cutler Tiskilwa, 111. 

Flora May Darling Warsaw. 

Mary Frances Day Oberlin. 

Minnie Maxwell Dickinson ^jTW, la. 

Carrie Adelle Drew Winona, Minn. 



38 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Anna Isabel Dugot Oberlin. 

Carrie Florence Eckstein Salem. 

HoRRissA Ruth Eggleston Bainbridge. 

Lizzie Maud Fawcett Salem. 

Margaret Fitzpatrick Columbiana. 

Mary Fitzpatrick Columbiana. 

Mary Frances Forrest Woodstock, 111. 

Nora Ada Fowler Morrell. 

Kate Isabelle Fowler Kenosha, Wis. 

Hattie Botsford Franks Oberlin. 

DiLLA Etta Fry Sulphur Springs. 

Emma Fuller Bellefontaine. 

Cora Belle Gage '_ Oberlin. 

Alice Mary Gardner Fulton, N. Y. 

Martha Wadsworth Gold West Cornwall, Conn. 

Jennie M. Grimm Wenona, 111. 

Grace Minerva Guile Owasso, Mich. 

Harriet AdalineHale Faribault, Minn. 

Florence Elizabeth Hall Oberlin. 

Julia Hanford Oberlin. 

Bessie Ann Harriman Bedford. 

Mary Ella Harris Evansville, Wis. 

Ida Alice Harris Jackson, Mich. 

Jennie Harrold Mt. Eaton. 

Florence Ann Harvey Oberlin. 

Alice Mary Heald Canton, 111. 

Flora Hoyt Henry Oberlin. 

Rosalie Barbara Hille Bath, N. Y. 

Agnes Hine Painesville. 

Lucy Elvena Holman St. Louis, Mo. 

Rose Hoover Mason, Mich. 

Lottie Belle Hostlander Ridgeville. 

Alma Agnes Hover Lima. 

Lillian Hudson Ligonier, Ind. 

Mary Minerva Hunt Otto, N. Y. 

Emma J. Hunt Kendallville, Ind. 

Alice Gertrude Hurlburt Elyria. 

Carrie Albee Hyde Geneva. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE., 39 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Pauline M. Icenhour Columbiana. 

Eva Dill Irwin Iberia. 

Ella Flora Jackson Hicksville. 

Lillian Josephine Jaques Clevi'laiul. 

Hattie Hermia Johnson MaiisiieUl. 

KiTTiE Johnson Morrison, 111. 

Carrie Leila Jones Waubunsee, Kan. 

Nellie Iola Joslin Oberlin. 

Hettie Judd Oberlin. 

Minnie Lovisa Kimball Maywood, 111. 

Mary Clark Kincaid W. Willanistield. 

Lina Kinsinger Oberlin, 

Minnie Kingsinger Oberlin. 

Mary Ella Lane Blissfield, Micb. 

Sarah Elizabeth Lee Fulton, N. Y. 

Emma Alvira Lee Irwin. 

Flora Della Loveland New Haven. 

Harriet SpoonerLyon Salem. 

Mary Elizabeth Lyon Salem. 

Mary Ella Manley Oberlin. 

Marion Emily Marsh Bristol, Wis. 

Agnes Marshall Audubon, Minn. 

Anna Mary Martin Bloomville. 

Rebecca M.^ssey Oberlin. 

Elizabeth Sabina McKinney Bingbamton, N. Y. 

Mary McKinnis Findlay. 

Aletta Maria McConnell Chatbam. 

Estella Metcalf Oberlin. 

Clara May Mills Chester Cross Roads. 

Camilla M. Nettleton Oberlin. 

Minnie Jane Nettleton Oberlin. 

Cora May Nichols Faribault, Minn. 

Ella Minerva Nichols Corunna. Micb. 

Elizabeth Adams Nichols Oberlin. 

Mary Charlotte Otis Hicksville. 

Addie Luella Packard I^ Porte, Ind. 

Emma Louisa Palmer Fostoria. 

Mary Frisbie Parish Oberlin. 



40 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. RESIDKNCES. 

May Garfield Parks Oberlin. 

ViLLETTE Idell Parsons Oberliii. 

Annie Paull Calumet, Mich. 

Nellie Maria Peck Shalersville. 

Mary Cowles Penfield Oberlin. 

Emma Florence Peterson Oberlin. 

Ella Juliette Radcliffe Clarksville, Teun. 

Cassie Alda Reamer Oberlin. 

Mary Luctnda Reg.^.l Oberlin. 

Ella Dora Richard.son Columbia, Mo. 

Bella Anna Root Bissell's. 

Myra Jannett Russell Brimfield. 

Alice May Sargent Upper Sandusky. 

May Louise Savage Churchville, N. Y. 

Emma Wood Schermeriiorn Hudson, Mich. 

Clara Ethel Schilling Salem. 

Abbie Jane Schrock Newcastle, Ind. 

Nellie Marion Smith Ypsilanti, Mich. 

Jane Snyder Oberlin. 

Julia Spaulding Oberlin. 

Florence Elizabeth Sperry Sherman, N. Y. 

Louise Marie Sperry Sherman, N. Y. 

Maggie Steely Anna. 

Ella May Stewart Bellevue. 

Carrie Elizabeth Stilson Clyde. 

Alice Amanda Stone Oberlin. 

Mary Osband Swift ^ Lansing, Mich. 

Susie Caroline Topliff Elyria. 

Lillian Gertrude Towslee Lodi. 

Nellie Florence Tupper ( Htawa. 

Grace Loomis Upson Oberlin. 

Louise Evaline Upson Oberlin. 

Mary Ida Van Cleef Wellington. 

Anna Maria Vetter Pawnee Rock, Kan. 

Mary Edith Weller Elyria. 

Kate Lord Wheeler Oberlin. 

Frances Nancy Whipple Medina. 

Ada Clementine Wilkins Maiden, Mass. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 41 



Panola Adeli. Willcutt Oberliu. 

Anna Knowles Willey Andover, Mass. 

Jane Mary Woodwortii Townsend. 

Ella Worden Mansfield. 

Carrie Electa Wright Oberlin. 

Mary Anna Wright Painesville. 

Myra Rebecca Wright Oberlin. 

Fannie Foster Wright Oberlin. 

Jennie Genella York Avon. 

Sada Ann Yost Saegerstown, Pa. 

Ladies i68. 




I. DEPARTMENT OF THEOLOGY. 

Seniors 13 

Middles 23 

Juniors 9 

45 

II. DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY AND THE ARTS. 

1. CLASSICAL AND .SCIENTIFIC COURSE. 

Seniors 29 

Juniors 3.t 

Sophomores 4.5 Gentlemen 14() 

Freshmen 72 Ladies 3.t 

i8i 

2. LITKKAKY COl'RSE. 

Fourth Year 16 



Third Year 


26 




Second Year 


29 




First Year 


. 40 Ladies. 


Ill 






Ill 




3. IN SELECT STUDIES. 




Gentlemen 






Ladies 




25 



32 

III. DEPARTMENT OF PREPARATORY INSTRUCTION. 

1. CLAS.SICAL SCHOOL. 

Seniors 62 

Middles 65 Gentlemen 189 

Juniors 71 Ladies 9 

198 

2. ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

Gentlemen 100 

Ladies 136 

236 

IV. CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC. 

Gentlemen 45 

Ladies 16s 

213 



Total 1016 

Deducting those reckoned tivice 67 

Whole Number of Gentlemen 514 

Whole Number of Ladies 435 



Corrected total 949 






DEPARTMENT OP THEOL()(,Y. 



The Department of Theology is designed, primarily, to prepare young 
men for the Christian ministry. Any others who desire the advantages of 
theological study are received to its classes on such terms as the Faculty ma>- 
prescribe. 

Applicants for admission are expected to furnish satisfactory evidence of 
Christian character, and of such scholarship as will enable them successfully 
to pursue the studies of the course. Students from other Theological Semi- 
naries are admitted ad eundent, on presenting a regular dismission ; and any 
ai^plicant may be admitted to advanced standing on satisfactory exanunation 
in the studies already pursued by the class which he desires to join. 

The terms and vacations are the same in all departments of the College, 
and will be found in the Calendar. 

Council Hall, the building devoted to the use of this department, provides 
completely furnished rooms for fifty students, with no charge for room rent, 
and but a small incidental fee. 

In assigning these rooms the preference will always be given to tlio.<e 
who have the work of the ministry in view. Students in Theohjgy incur nu 
expense for tuition or for the use of the Library. Other expenses will var\ 
according to the personal habits and tastes of each student. 

Aid is afforded by the American and Ohio Education Societies to such 
students as are preparing for the ministry. The Seuiinary has also a si)eciai 
fund for the aid of students, from which several may receive a partial sup- 
port. 

The Classical and English Schools furnish emiiloyment for a few experi- 
enced teachers, at reasoualjle comi)ensation. .After the completion of the 
first term of the middle year, students are permitted to supply vacant i)ulpits 
in the vicinity, as opportunity may offer. During the summer vacation all 
the students may engage in preaching or other religious work, as Ciiurdu's 
or Home Missionary Societies call for their services. With reasonable pru- 
dence and economy any student may pursue his coui-se without iiUerruiition 
or embarrassment. 



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44 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



Candidates for admission to the Junior Class must present evidence of 
graduation from some College, or of such scholarship as will enable them 
to enter upon the course with profit. Those who do not bring a diploma 
will be examined in Greek, English and Rhetoric, Modern History, Mental 
and Moral Philosophy. 

COURSE OF STUDY. 

This occupies three years and is thus arranged: 

JUNIOR YEAR. 

Professor Ballantine gives instruction in Hebrew and Old Testament Exegesis through- 
out the year. 

Professor Morgan lectures on the Harmony of the Gospels and on the Theology of the 
New Testament. 

President Fairchild lectures during the latter half of the year on Natural Theology, Evi- 
dences of Christianity, and the Authority and Inspiration of the Scriptures. 

Profkssor Smith gives an introductory course of lectures (m the History of the Church. 

MIDDLE YEAR. 

President Fairchild lectures upon Systematic Theology during the Fall and Winter terms. 

Professor Barrows lectures on the Literature of the Old Testameut during the first half of 
the year. 

Prukessor Ballantine contiuaes his instrucDiott in Hebrew E.\;e,.;esis and lectures on the 
Epistles, conducting exercisas in the Criticism and Exegesis of the Greek Text. 

Professor Mead gives an introductory course of lectures in Homiletics, including Criticism 
of Sermon Plans, during the latter part of the year. 

Professor Smith lectures on the History of the Ancient Church, during the Spring term. 
Origin and Planting of the Christian Church and its Spread in the midst of the Ancient Civiliz- 
ations. 

.SENIOR YEAR. 

Profes.sok Smith lectures on the History of the Mediaival and Modern Church and the 
History of Doctrines during the Fall and Winter terms, and on Positive Institutions in the 
Spring term. 

Profe.ssor Mead lectures on Invention of Material and Preparation of Sermons, and con- 
ducts exercises consisting of the Delivery and Criticism of Written and Extempore Sermons 
during the Fall and Winter terms ; also lectures on Pastoral Theology during the Spring term. 

Profe,ssor B.vrrows lectures on the Theology of the Old Testament during the latter half 
of the year 

President Fairchild lectures during the Spring term on the Various Forms of Skepticism. 

RHETORICAL EXERCISES, 

Consisting of the reading of e.ssays, the delivery of original addresses, written and unwritten, 
and the extemporaneous discussion of questions, occur weekly, in which the members of all the 
classes participate. Special promiueace is given to extemporaneous speaking, or the delivery of 
fhoughta prepared but not written and committed to memory. 



DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY AXI) THE ARTS. 



CLASSICAL AND SCIENTIFIC COURSE. 

Candidates for admission to the Freshman class are examined in the 
common English branches; the Grammar of the Latin and Greek lan- 
guages; Caesar, one book; Sallust's Catiline; five of Cicero's Select Ora- 
tions; Virgil's ^neid, five books; Harkness' Latin Prose Composition, 
Parts First and Second ; Xenophon's Anabasis, three Books ; Homer's 
Iliad, three Books; Olney's School Algebra, or an equivalent; Olney's 
Plane Geometry; English Analysis; Ancient History ; History of the 
L^nited States; and Alden's Science of Government. 

Candidates for a higher standing are examined in the same, and also 
in the studies previously pursued by the class to which they desire 
admission. 

Students who have been unal:)le to prepare for college in Greek will be 
admitted to the Freshman class if they are in advance in some other stud- 
ies, tind will have opportunity to make up the Greek afterwanls. 

No admission to the Senior class is allowed later than the beginning of 
the second term. 

Elective Studies. — During the Sophomore and Junior, and the first 
term of the Senior years, four studies are assigned to each term. Eacii 
student is required to elect three of these. 

The Annual Examinations for admission to College for 1880 will occur 
May 31 and June 1 and 2, also on the first day of the Fall term, at nine 
o'clock, in No. 8 French Hall. 

FRESHMAN CLASS. 

FIRST TERM. 

Latin Livy, sixty pages— Stuart. Exercises in writing Latin. 

Greek Xenoplion's Memora])ilia. Prose Coinpo.sitinn. SyiiUix of the 

Verb, as given by Hadley and Godlwin. 

Mathematics Olney's Solid and Spherical Geometry. 

Rhetoric During the year Exercises in Englisli Composition, Written Trans- 
lations and Declamations, and one original public Oration. 

The Bible Lectures each week through the year, upon the U<xjk of tieucsis, 

the Primteval Age, and the Patriarchal History. 

SECOND TERM. 

Latin Horace, Odes and Epodes— Chase. Prosody. Exercises in writing 

Latin. 

Greek Greek Historians— Fcruald. Formation of Words. Prose Compo- 
sition. Idioms. Outlines of Greek History and Literature. 



46 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



Mathematics Trigonometry, Plane and Spherical. Surveying and Navigation — 

Loomis. 

THIRD TERM. 

Latin Cicero's De Senectute et de Amicitia — Crowell. Exercises in writ- 
ing Latin. 

Greek Orations of Lysias — Stephens. Review of Inflections. Reading for 

Quantity. 

Mathematics Olney's University Algelira. Part Third. 

SOPHOMORE CLASS. 

FIRST TERM. 

Latin Tacitus — All of Champlin's Selections. History of Rome — Meri- 

vale. 

Greek Homer's Odyssey — Merry. Etymology. Lectures on Philology 

and Textual Criticism. 

German German Grammar — Whitney. Prose Composition. Translation 

and Reading. 

Mathematics Olney's General Geometry and Calculus. 

Rhetoric During the year, AVritten Translations, six Essays, three Declama- 
tions, and one original public Oration. 

The Bible Lectures each week through the year, on the Later Books of the 

Pentateuch, and the Early History of Israel. 

SECOND TERM. 

Latin Satires of Horace and Juvenal. Roman Antiquities. 

German Translation and Reading continued. Syntax of the Verb — Whit- 
ney. 

Physics Mechanics — Snell's Olmsted. Motions and Forces. Machines. The 

Pendulum. Projectiles. Strength of Materials. 

Rhetoric Hepburn's Manual. Invention. Style. Forms of Discourse. 

(Eight weeks.) 

Evidences Lectures on Evidences of Christianity. .Vnswer to Modern Forms 

of Skepticism. (Five weeks.) 

THIRD TERM. 

Greek Greek Tragedy. Written Translations. Religion, Literature and 

Art of the Greeks. 

German Word Formation. Schiller's " Wilhelm Tell" — Buchheim. 

Physics Olmsted's Natural Pliilosophy. Hydrostatics. Pneumatics. Acou- 
stics. Electricity. Heat and Light. Experimental Lec- 
tures and Demonstrations. 

Botany Gray's Lessons and Manual. Practice in collecting and identifying 

Plants. 

JUNIOR CLASS. 

FIRST TERM. 

Latin Comedies of Plautus and Terence. Pliny's Letters. History of 

Early Roman Literature. 

French Keetel's Collegiate Course in French. Composition. Translation 

and Reading. New Testament. 

Astronomy Snell's Olmsted. Geography of the Heavens. Use of Astronom- 
ical Instruments. 

Logic Deductive Logic, with Exercises. Inductive Logic. 

Rhetoric During the year, five Essays, one original Oration V)efore the class, 

and one public Oration. 

The Bible Lectures each week through the year, on the Poetical and Prophet- 
ical Books of the Bible. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



SECOND TERM. 

Greek Demosthenes' De Coroua. Review of Syntax. Rhetorical Analy- 
sis. History and Political Institutions of the Greeks. 

Mathe-Watics Descriptive Geometry— Church. Principles of Perspective. Exer- 
cises in Mechanical Drawing. 

Chemistry Lectures :— Chemical Pliilosophy. Stoichiometry. History. Pre- 
paration, properties, and uses in the arts of Elements and 
Compounds. Daily cla.ss practice in the Laboratory. Eliot 
and Storer's Manual. 

Zoology Comparative and Systematic Zoology. Study of Living and Calv 

inet Specimens. NichoL^ion and Lectures. 

THIRD TERM. 

Latin Cicero's Philosophical Works or Lucretius. History of Roman Lit- 
erature. 

Engineering Civil Engineering. Adjustment and use of Field Instruments. 

Trigonometrical and topographical Surveying and Leveling. 
FVee-hand Drawing. 

Chemistry Qualitative Analysis. Examination of Solutions, Salts, Minerals, 

Ores, Compounds, etc. Preseott's Manual. 

PsY'CHOLOGY Nature of the Soul. Consciousness, Sense Perception, Memory and 

Imagination — Porter, with Lectures. Essays by the class. 

SENIOR CLASS. 

FIRST TERM. 

Greek Plato. Greek Philosophy. 

Psychology The Powers and Proces.ses of Thought — Porter. I>ectures on the 

Origin and Authority of the Intuitions, on the Feelings, and 

on tlie Will. (Eight weeks.) 
English Lit History of the Language. Early English Literature. Lectures, and 

Day's Introduction to English Literature. (Four weeks.) 
Mineralogy Lectures :— Crystallogi-aphy, Classification, Descriptive Mineralogy, 

Blowpipe Analysis and Determinative Mineralogy, with daily 

work in the Laboratory — Brush's Manual. 
Geology Astronomical, Dynamical, Structural and Historical Geology. 

Handling and Special Study of 25 Minerals, •'iO Lithologieal 

Specimens and .=50 characteristic Fossils. Field Excursions 

and Reports. Le Conte and Lectures. 
Rhetoric During the year, two Themes assigned, two Ussiiys, and one public 

Oration. 
The Bible Lectures each week tluough the year, upon theSystemof l)octrine.s 

contained in the Bible. 

SECOND TERM. 

English Lit Study of the Later Authors. Philosophy of English Literature. 

Day, Bascom, and Lectures. 

Ethics Moral Philosophy. Nature of Virtue. Theories of Oblig-ation. 

Conscience. Government. Personal Rights and Duties— 
Fail-child. Lectures on International Law. 

Evidences Butler's Analogy. Study of tbc Text witli the .Vnalysisof the Ar- 
gument. Lectures on English Deism. Scope of Butler's 
Work. Present Value of the Argument. (Eight weeks.) 

History The beginnings of Modern History. States and Races of Europi-. 

The Medieval Church and its Institutions. Political and 
Constitutional History of England and France. U'ctures, 
(Five weeks.) 



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OBERLIN COLLEGE. 




THIRD TERM. 


Economics 


..Political Economy. Distribution. Exchange. Governmental Reg- 




ulations. 


Akt 


..Lectures on Architecture, Painting, Sculpture and Music. 


Physiology 


.Lectures :- Anatomy, Human and Comparative Phy.siology , Special 




Senses, Food and Nutrition, Hygiene. 




LITERARY COURSE. 


C^andidates for admission to the first year are examined in P^nglish 




alent; Latin Grammar and Reader ; Harlcness' Latin Prose Composition, 


Part First; Ridpath's History of the United States ; Geography. 


Candidates for advanced classes will be examined in the previons 


studies of the course. 




FIRST YEAR. 




FIRST TERM 


Mathematics... 


..Plane Geometry— Olney. 


Latin 


..Caesar's Gallic War, one Book. Syntax of Nouns. Parsing and 




Inflection of Nouns and Verbs. Harkne,ss' I^atin Composi- 




tion, Lessons 31 to 53. 


Nat. History... 


..Phy.sieal Geography— Guyot. 


Drawing 


..Lessons in Linear Drawing. (Optional.) 


Rhetoric 


..Four Essays in Narration. 


The Bible 


..Lectures each week through the year, on the Book of Genesis, the 




Primaeval Age, and the Patriarchal History. 




SECOND TERM. 


Matuematic§... 


..Solid and Spherical Geometry — Olney. 


Latin 


..Cicero's First and Third Orations against Catiline. Syntax of Verbs, 




Force of Subjunctives. Latin Composition, Lessons 54 to 67. 


History 


..History of Rome — Smith. 


Rhetoric 


...Four Essays in Description. 




THIRD TERM. 


Mathematics... 


.Olney's University Algebra, Part Third. 


Latin 


..Cicero's Orations for the Manilian Law and the Poet Archias. Re- 




view of Etymology and Syntax. Substantive Clauses. Latin 




Composition, Lessons 68 to 80. 


Government... 


..Alden's Text-Book on the Science of Government. Illustrations 




on the subject from current events. 


Rhetoric 


...Four Essays in Analysis and Comparison. 




SECOND YEAR. 




FIRST TERM. 


Mathematics.. 


...Plane and Spherical Trigonometry — Loomis. Surveying. Use of 




Instruments. 


Latin 


...Virgil's ^neid, two Books. Ancient Mythology and Geography. 




Prosody. 


History 


...Freeman's Outlines of Universal History. 



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Rhetoric One Essay and three Written Distussions. 

The Bible Lectures each week through the year, on the Later Books of flie 

Peutateuch, and the Early History of Israel. 

SECOND TEEM. 

Physics Mechanics— Snell's Olmsted. Motions and Forces. Machines, Pro- 
jectiles, Strength of Materials. 

Latin Virgil's ^neid, three Books. (Elective with French.) 

French Koetel's Collegiate Course in French. Composition, Translation 

and Reading. (Elective with Latin.) 

Rhetoric Hepburn's Manual. Invention. Style. Forms of Discourse. (Eight 

weeks.) 

Evidences Lectures on Evidences of Christianity. Answer to Modern Fomis 

of Skepticism. Five weeks. 

Rhetoric One Essay and three Written Discussions. 

THIRD TERM. 

Botany Gray's Lessons and Manual. Practice in Collecting and Identify- 
ing Plants. 

French Grammar completed. Translation and Reading. Petite Histoire 

du Peuple Fran^ais — Lacombe. (Elective with Latin.) 

Latin Sallust's Catiline. Review of Grammar. Analysis and Parsing. 

(Elective with French.) 

Physics Olmsted's Natural Philosophy. Hydrostatics. Pneumatics. Acous- 
tics. Electricity, Heat and Light. Experimental Demon- 
strations. 

Rhetoric Four Essays. 

THIRD YEAR. 

FIRST TERM. 

Astronomy SneU's Olmsted. Geography of the Heavens. Use of Astronom- 
ical Instruments. 

German German Grammar — Whitney. Prose Composition. Translation 

and Reading. (Elective with Latin.) 

Logic Deductive Logic with Exercises. Inductive Logic — Jevons. 

Latin Livy, sixty pages — Stuart. Exercises in writing Latin. (Elective 

with German.) 

Rhetoric Two Essays each term during the year. 

The Bible Lectures each week through the year, on the Poetical and l*rophet- 

ical Books of the Bible. 

SECOND TERM. 

Chemistry Lectures; — Chemical Philosophy. Stoichiometry. Properties of 

Elements and Compounds. Daily Practice in the Laboratory 
— Eliot and Storer. 

Zoology Comparative and Systematic Zoology. Study of Living and Cabi- 
net Specimens. Nicholson and Lectures. 

German Translation and Reading continued. Syntax of Verb^Whituey. 

(Elective with Latin.) 

Latin Horace Odes and Epodes — Chase. Prosody. Exercises iu writing 

Latin. (Elective with German.) 

THIRD TERM. 

Psychology Nature of the Soul. Consciousness. Sense Perception. Memory 

and Imagination— Porter, with Lectures. Essays by the class. 

German Word-formation. Schiller's " Wilhelm Tell"— Buchheini. (Elect- 
ive with Latin.) 



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English Lit Analysis of Englisli Classics — Shakespeare, Milton, Wordswortli, 

Coleridge. 

Latin Cicero's l)e Sencctute et de Aniicitia — Crowell. Exercises in writ- 
ing Latin. (Elective with German.) 

FOURTH YEAK. 

EIRST TERM. 

PsYCHOrjOGY The Powers an<l Processes of Thought — Porter. Lectures on the 

Intuitions, Feelings and Will. (Eight weeks.) 
English Lit History of the Language. Early English Literature. Lectures, and 

Day's Introduction. (Four weeks.) 
Gkology Astronomical, Dynamical, Structural and Historical Geology. 

Handling and special study of 25 Minerals, 50 Lithological 

Specimens and 50 characteristic Fossils. Field Excursions 

and Reports. Le Conte and Lectures. 
Hlstory Guizot's History of Civilization. Reports upon a.sslgned topics in 

Contemporary History and Biography. 
L.\TIN Tacitus. All of Champlin's Selections. History of Home — Meri- 

vale. 

Rhetokic During the year, two Themes assigned, and two Essays. 

The BriiLE Lectures each week through the year, on the System of Doctrines 

Contained in the Bible. 

SECOND TERM. 

Enolish JjIT Study of Later Authors. Philosophy of English Literature — Day, 

Bascom, and Lectures. 

Ethics Moral Philosophy. Nature of Virtue. Theories of Obligation. 

Conscience. Government. Personal Rights and Duties — Fair- 
child. Ijectures on International Law. 

EviDEN'CK.«; Butler's Analogy. Text and Analysis. Lectures on English Deism. 

Scope of Butler's Work. Piesent Value of the Argument. 

(Eight weeks.) 
HiSTOKY The beginnings of Modern History. States and Races of Europe. 

The Mediieval Church and its Institutions. Political and 

Constitutional History of England and of France. Lectures. 

(Five weeks.) 

THIRD TERM. 

Economics Political Economy. Production. Distribution. E.xchange. Gov- 
ernmental Regulati(jns. 

Art Lectures on Architecture, Painting, Sculpture and Music. 

Ph V.SIOLOGY Lectures : — Anatomy, Human and Comparative Physiology, Special 

Senses. Food and Nutrition, Hygiene. 



I)1:PARTME\T OF PR1:PAKAT0RY IXSTRl'CTIOX. 



CLASSICAL SCHOOL. 



The Classical Preparatory School is niidcr the same <.'eiieral super- 
vision with the other departments, and under the immediate direction and 
inana«:ement of the Principal. The nieml^ers of this school are subject to 
the same regulations as other students in the CoUege. It is designed to 
prepare students for the Classical and Srientitic Course in the I)ej)artment 
of Philosophy and the Arts. 

The regular classes are taught by the Princij)al and Tutors; other 
classes by teachers selected from those students in Thenlogy wlio have re- 
ceived the degree of Bai-helor of Arts. 

To enter the Junior chiss, students will be examined in English (iram- 
niar through Syntax, Arithmetic; through Percentage, and the Elements of 
Geography. Candidates for a higher standing will be examined in the 
studies previously pursued by the class to which they desire admission. 

JUNIOR CLASS. 

FiKST Term L;itiu Grammar .-Vllen A <;r<'«'UOii>;li. 

Latin Reader Jones. 

English Grammar Whitney. 

GeoKiapliy Coltun. 

Skcond Term... Latin Reader, continued Jones. 

English Analysis Greene. 

History of the United States. ..„ Ridpalh. 

TiURD Ti;rm Caesar, one Book Stuarl 

History ui the United States I{id]jath. 

Arithmetic White. 

Latin Grammar and Composition, as indicated in the Header, 
throughout the year. 

MIDDI.K ('l..\SS. 

Fir.stTerm ("lesar, (me Book— Stuart. Synta.x of the Noun. I'avsiiiK anil Inllection 

of Verbs and Nouns. 

Latin Prose Composition, Lessons :U (o 53 Harknes.-*. 

Greek Grammar, Uj Contract Vi-rhs ^ Hadley. 

Greek Lessons Boise. 

Science of Government Alden. 

Second Tei:m.. .Cicero, two Orations— AHcu cV: (irccnoufih. Syntax of the Vcrli. i'..r.e 
of Subjunctives. 

Latin Prose Composition, to Lesson (iS llarkness. 

Greek Lessons and Anabasis— Boise. Contract and Irregular \crhs. 

History of Rome Smith. 



52 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



Third Term Cicero, three Orations — Allen and Greenough. Analysis and Parsing. 

Substantive Clauses. 

Latin Prose Composition, to Part III Harkness. 

Anabasis — Boise. Analysis of Verb Forms. 

History of Greece Smith. 

SENIOR CLASS. 

First Term Virgil's ^neid, two Books — Chase. Mythology and Geography. Prosody. 

Anabasis, Continued — Boise. Syntax of Nouns. Analysis and Parsing. 

Algebra Olney. 

Second Term. ..Virgil's ^neid, three Books — Chase. Analysis and Parsing. Formation 
of Words. 

Anabasis completed Boise. 

Greek Prose Composition Jones. 

Algebra Olney. 

Third Term Sallust's Conspiracy of Catiline Stuart. 

Homer's Iliad, tliree Books Boise. 

General Eeview of Grammar. 

Plane Geometry Olney. 

The object of the linguistic instruction in this department is to secure 
a perfect command of the forms of words in English, Greek and Latin; 
with such attention as is possible to Syntax, Prosody, History and 
Geography. 

Other text books than those specified are not allowed in the recitation 
room. Lessons in the English Bible and Rhetorical Exercises weekly, 
through the course. 

ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

The English Preparatory School is under the same general supervis- 
ion with the other departments, and under the immediate direction and 
management of the Principal. The members of this School are subject to 
the same regulations as other students in the College. It is particularly 
designed to prepare students for the Literary Course in the Department of 
Philosophy and the Arts, but offers the usual privileges of an academy to 
students who can spend but one or two terms at school. Especial attention 
is devoted to the needs of those who are preparing to teach. No students 
are admitted who have not advanced as far as Fractions in Arithmetic. 

The classes are taught by tutors, and by teachers selected from the 
Theological, and higher College classes. 

To enter the Senior class, students will be examined in English Gram- 
mar through syntax, Arithmetic and Geography. 

SENIOR CLASS. 

First Term Algebra Olney. 

Latin Grammar Allen & Greenough. 

Latin Reader Allen & Greenough. 

English Analysis Greene. 

Second Term. ..Algebra Olney. 

Latin Reader Jones. 

History of the United States Ridpath. 



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Third Term Algebra Oluey. 

Latin Reader Jones. 

Latin Prose Composition to Part II Harkness. 

History of tlie United States Ridpath. 

Classes are organized each term in the follo\vin<r studies: 
Arithmetic — Ray's Tiiird Part, two classes; White's Complete, two classes. 
Grammar — Harvey's, two classes ; Whitney's Essentials of English Grammar, one class; 

Greene's Analysis. 
Geography— Colton's, two classes. 

Elocution and Reading — National Fifth Reader, two classes. 
Algebra — Olney's School, three classes. 
Geometry — Olney's, two classes. 
Natural Philosophy — Norton's. 
Physiology — Dalton's. 

Lessons in the English Bihle and Rhetorical Exercises weekly, for all 
the students in the School. 



CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC. 



This Department is under the same general management as the other 
Departments, and under the special supervision of the Director. 

Students in tlie Conservatory are subject to the regular College dis- 
cipline. 

COURSE OF STUDY. 
HARMONY. 

Scales, both Major and Minor, Intervals and their Inversions, Chords in their various rela- 
tions. Part-writing, Modulation, Choral, Single and Double Counterpoint, Composition, and 
Analysis of musical works. 

The following is an (jutline of the mechanical part of the course pur- 
sued here. 

PIANO-FORTE. 

Duvernoy, op. 12(i. 

Czerny, op. 6.%. 

Heller, op. 46. 

Spindler, op. 141. 

Selections from Heller, op. 45 and Iti. 

Le Couppey, op. 20. 

Selections from Krause, op. 5, and Loeschhorn, op. liii, in connection with Czerny, op. 2il!l, 
approximating metronome time. 

Kullak's Octave School. 

Jensen, op. 32. 

Cramer's Fifty Studies, (Von Billow's edition). 

Besides these, selections from Locschhuru, op. 38, .n2 and 67, Schmidt, op. 16, and Czerny, 
op. 740, will be used at the discretion of the teachers. 

The sesthetic development will lie made to keep pace with the above by the study of Sonat- 
as, Salon-pieces, Trios (with stringed instruments). Concertos and other works, with orchestral 
accompaniment by the best composers. 

ClTJ/nVATION OF THE VOICE. 

Careful instructicjn is given in the use of the voice, and the correct manner of producing a 
good tone; thorougli drill in Technical Exercises, Solfeggios, Vocalises, etc., to give control over 
and flexibility to the voice ; and i)ractice in singing the best English, German, Italian and Frencli 
Songs, r)prratic Arias and Solos from the Oratorios, for expression and the development of a pure 
style. 

ORGAN. 

Selections from Rink's and Ritter's Organ Scliools. 
Pedal Technics — Thayer, 
Pedal Studies — Volkmar. 



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studies iu Pedal Phrasing — Buck. 

Trios, op, 20, Richter, and op. 39, Merkel. 

Fugues from the Well-Tempered Clavier, arr. by Van Eyken— Bach. 

Selections from Mendelssohn's Sonatas, Preludes and Fugues, Ritter's Sonatas, Bach's Organ 
Works. 

Miscellaneous selections from the works of Guilmant, Buck, Smart, G. Ad. Thoma.s, Best, 
Freyer, Richter, Hesse, Ritter and others. 

Exercises in playing Church Music, Voluntaries, accompanying Choirs, Registration, etc., 
including all that is necessary to give one a tliorougli mastery over the organ for Church or Con- 
cert use. 

VIOLIN. 

Pupils receive careful instruction as to the correct manner of holding the Violin, using the 
bow, and producing a good tone. 

The course comprises, besides David's School, Etudes by Wichtel, Kayser, Kreutzer, Prume, 
etc., with selections from the compositions of Alard, Rode, De Beriot, Spohr, I.afont, Sdiumanu, 
Schubert, Weber, Mozart aud Beethoven. 

Viola and Violoncello are also taught, and pupils who are sufficiently advanced in the study 
of any of these instruments will have an opportunity for practice in string quartettes, trios, con- 
certos, and the Conservatory Orchestra. 

The length of time necessary tor the completion ot this Course cannot 
be stated definitely, but will vary from three to five years. No pupil is al- 
lowed to enter upon the last year in any department of music who has not 
presented to the Director satisfactory evidence of proficiency in the funda- 
mental brandies of an English education. 

Weekly rehearsals are given, at which i)upils who are competent are 
expected to perform. Pupils must furnish or rent their instruments for 
practice. Pianos can always be rented in town at reasonable rates. 
Students in other departments, taking lessons in music, are required to 
make their arrangements with the Director of the Conservatory. 

Catalogues, containing full particulars concerningthis department, can 
be ol)tained Ijv addressing the Director, Prof. F. B. Rice, Oberlin, Ohio. 



LECTURHS. 



In addition to the lectures announced in the Courses of Study. Practical 
Lectures on General Habits, Methods of Study, and other important sub- 
jects, are delivered once in two weeks to the young women, by the Principal 
of the Ladies' Department, and to the young men of the Preparatory 
Schools bv the Principal of those schools. 

A lecture is given in the College Chapel to the students of all depart- 
ments each Thursdav afternoon. These lectures cover a wide variety of 
topics, and are delivered in turn by the President and Professors, aiul by 
invited speakers from abroad. 



^i^ti^al 




ADMISSION. 



The educational facilities at Oberlin have always been open to all 
applicants, without regard to sex or color. The student, in every depart- 
ment, pursues his studies in his private room, and meets with his class in 
the public room for recitation. No arrangement is made for those who 
have not sufficient maturity and self-control to study profitably under these 
conditions. Both sexes recite in the same classes when pursuing the same 
studies. 

Candidates for admission to any of the departments must bring testi- 
monials of good character ; and those coming from other institutions must 
bring a certificate of honorable cUsmission. None are admitted to full mem- 
bership until they have honorably passed a probation of six months. None 
will be received under sixteen years of age, unless committed to the care of 
some approved resident of the place ; nor any under fourteen, except by 
special arrangement with the Faculty. 

KEGULATIONS. 

The regulations of the Institution are few and simjile, api)ealing to the 
student's self-respect and personal responsibilitj'. He is required to abstain 
from the use of tobacco and intoxicating drinks. Secret societies are not al- 
lowed in connection with the College. No student is allowed to \'isit one of 
the other sex at a private room, except by special permission m case of se- 
vere sickness. 

RELIGIOUS EXERCISES. 

All students are required to attend church twice on the Sabbath, and to 
attend daily prayers in the evening at the Chapel, and in the morning with 
the families in which they board. Everj- class has a weekly exercise in the 
English Bible, which all are required to attend. 

There is a weekly prayer-meeting on Monday evening for all young peo- 
ple, conducted by the students ; and a weekly prayer-meeting for each class, 
conducted by one of the teachers. 

EXAMINATIONS. 

At the close of each term the classes are examined in the studies of that 
term, and at the end of the year there are general examinations, oral and 
written, in all departments. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 57 



Every recitation and examination is marked, and a reconl is ki'pt l.\- tlie 
Facnlty of the attainments of each student, and also of his dehnqiiencies. 
Information concerning his progress and deportment is, when re<]iiested, 
communicated to the parent or guardian. 

DEGREES AND DIPLOMAS. 

The degree of Bachelor of Divinity is conferred upon the graduates of the 
Department of Theology; that of Bachelor of Arts upon the graduates of 
the Classical and Scientific Course in the Department of Philosophy and the 
Arts. 

The degree of Master of Arts is conferred upon any Bachelor of Arts of 
three or more years standing, who has been engaged in literary or scientific 
pursuits, and has sustained a good moral character. 

Diplomas, certifying the successful completion of the presfril)ed couree 
of study, are given to the graduates of the Literary Course in the Depatment 
of Philosophy and the Arts, and to the gradiiates of the Conservatory (A 
Music. 

LIBRAPJES. 

The Libraries connected with the College number over fifteen thousand 
volumes, and are constantly receiving additions. They are made doubly 
valuable to students by the counsel and assistance of a very competent libra- 
rian. 

CABINETS. 

The Cabinets in Geology and Natural History amjily illustrate the 
branches of Mineralogy, Lithological Geology, Palaeontology, Archaeology, 
Radiate Life, American and Foreign Shells and Insects, and many branches 
of Vertebrate Life. Extensive and valuable additions have been recently 
made to these collections. 

CHEMICAL LABORATORY. 

Ample facilities are afibrded students for Special Study in Chemistry. 
The Laboratories are well equipped with i-onveniences— furnished woi-k- 
tables, water and gas supplies, fine balances and apparatus for both gi'ueral 
and special analytical Avork. Students pursuing the General Course in 
Chemistry may in addition elect the Experimental Course in hdioniton/ 
Practice, using Eliot & Storer's 3Ianual. The second term in Chemistry, 
elective to members of the Junior class, is devoted to general (iualitativr 
Analysis. Special and post-graduate students desiring to imisuf a furtlier 
course in advanced chemical work, can do so by arrangement with tlie Pro- 
fessor of Chemistry. 

The facilities afforded in the pursuit of Mineralogy arc: an extensive 
Mineralogical cabinet, a large collection of crystal nuxlels, and convenient 
blowpipe tables furnished with the ])est apparatus. 



58 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



NORMAL SCHOOL. 

A seven weeks' course of instruction for teachers will be entered upon 
September 4, 1880. Classes in all the studies required in the County Exam- 
inations, will be conducted by experienced instructors, and lectures given by 
prominent educators. Fee for this course, six dollars. Circulars with fuller 
information will be sent upon application to Prof. George H. White. 

PENMANSHIP. 

Arrangements are made to furnish instruction in Penmanship, under 
a permanent and approved teacher. A pleasant and commodious room in 
Tappan Hall is devoted to classes in writing. For terms see table of extra 
charges, or address the Instructor in Penmanship. 

GYMNASIUMS. 

The College has two well-equipped gymnasiums— one for young men 
and one for young women — in which students are required to take exercise 
with their respective classes, unless excused l)ecause of manual labor. 

FACILITIES FOR SELF-SUPPORT. 

The College does not furnish manual labor to students. Diligent and 
faithful young men can usually find employment in the village, with satis- 
factory compensation, for all the time that they can profitably spare from 
their studies. A large number of the students earn enough from term to 
term to meet a great part of their expenses — by working at trades, doing 
chores at private houses, taking care of gardens, sawing wood, teaching school 
in vacation, etc., etc. A few young men find work in the care of the col- 
lege buildings. Occasionally a student by rigid economy and hard work is 
able to meet all of his expenses, while studying, from his earnings But in such 
case his health or his studies are almost sure to suffer. No one should come, 
even for one term, expecting to support himself, without at least twenty-five 
dollars at his command to use as needed. No student suffers in social posi- 
tion or class favor because he is self-supporting. Special arrangements are 
made so that those students who are ol^liged to teach in tlie Winter, can 
make up the studies of the Winter term in the Summer vacation, under the 
instruction of members of the Faculty. Free tuition is furnished to a limited 
number of self-supporting students, and the College has funds for otherwise 
aiding certain classes of needy students, to some extent. But the chief ad- 
vantage it can offer indigent students is the very low rate at which all its facil- 
ities are afforded. 

LADIES' DEPARTMENT. 

Young women in all the departments of study are under the supervision 
of the Principal of the Ladies' Department, and the management of the 
Ladies' Board. They are required to be in their rooms after eight o'clock in 
the evening during the Spring and Summer months, and after half-past seven 
during the Fall and AVinter months. 



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Every young woman is required to present, once in two weeks, a written 
report of her observance and her faihires in the observance of the regulations 
of the department, signed by the matron of the family in which she boards. 
These reports, together with the marks of her recitations, are recorded by the 
Principal, and are open at all times for the inspection of the Faculty,' the 
Ladies' Board, and all friends interested. 

ROOMS AND BOARD. 

Rooms and table board can be hud in the college buildings or in jirivate 
famiUes as preferred. The Ladies' Hall has rooms for eighty young women, 
and a boarding hall for the accommodation of its occupants and of gentlemen 
rooming elsewhere. It is a fine brick building, with pleasant grounds, and 
easy of access to the recitation rooms. The Principal of the Ladies' Depart- 
ment makes her home here. Each room is intended for two occupants. It 
has a closet attached, and is furnished with inside blinds, air-tight wood 
stove, bedstead, spring bed, husk mattress, carpet, wash-stand, chairs, non- 
explosive lamp, and other necessary furniture except bedding. Tlie latter 
the occupant furnishes herself; or, if desired, she can rent it on reasonable 
terms from the Steward. Each lady also furnishes her own towels and table 
napkins. Room rent in the Hall is llO.oO a term for each pei-son. Tiiis pays, 
also, for lights, the privileges of the house, and the care of an excellent nurse 
in any ordinary sickess. Fuel |is furnished — delivered m the room — as re- 
cpiired, the charge being according to the amount consumeil. Xo room will 
be considered engaged for any term, unless two dollars has been j)aid in ad- 
vance on rent. This sum will be forfeited if the room is not taken, unless 
written notice is given to Mr. R. Hatch, Steward of the Hall, two weeks be- 
fore the opening of the term. Any one leaving before the end of the term 
will not be entitled to a return of any part of the money paid for njom rent. 
Room rent is payable each term in advance and table board each half term 
in advance, to the Steward of the Lathes' Hall. Applications for admission 
to the Hall should be made to the Principal of the Ladies' Department. Ap- 
plicants should state their age, state of health, previous attainments, etc. 
Those who are admitted will be seasonably notified. Young women purpos- 
ing to live in private families are expected to consult the Prijicipal before en- 
gaging their boarding places. Yoimg women are allowed to board tiiem- 
selves, by making arrangements with the Principal beforehand. 

Rooms for young men, in Tappan Hall, are furnished with stove, table, 
chairs, wash-stand and bedstead. The charge — for two rooms — wlien occu- 
pied by only one person, is . to. 00 a term ; when occupied by two i)ers(.)ns, 
?3.00 each. Bedding and other articles of furniture can be rented at a small 
additional charge. Xone but students in the Theological Department are 
allowed to occupy rooms in Council Hall. 

Living expenses vary somewhat with the cost of provisions. Students 
who are willing to live plainly, can live at as low cost and as well, for the 
money, as in any other college. At present, table board at the Ladies' Hall 
is $2.45 i)er week, making cost of room and boar<l at Ladies' Hall ahout S:>.2o 



60 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



per week. The charge, to young men, for rooms in Tappan Hall, with board 
at the Ladies' Hall, is 82.95 per week. In private families, table board and 
furnished rooms range in price, according to quality, fi'om $2.50 to $4.00 per 
week, fuel and lights extra. There is no difficulty in securing board and 
rooms at any time of the year. 

RAILWAY FARES— REDUCED RATES. 

Arrangements have l^een made with the Lake Shore & ^Michigan South- 
ern Railway, h\ which students Mashing to make vacation visits home can 
procure round trip tickets from Oberlin to any point on that road between 
Buffalo and Chicago, or to any point on its branch lines to Oil City, Pa., 
Youngstown, 0., Detroit, Lansing, and Grand Rapids, Mich., and return, at 
the special rate of two cents a mile. 

EXPENSES. 

The following table exhibits a careful estimate of the necessary ex- 
penses for a term of thirteen weeks, in any department except the Theo- 
logical, in w^hich there is no charge for tuition, room rent or use of Library. 
Thorough instruction in Yocal Music is free to all. Tuition, incidentals, and 
all extra charges are paya]:)le each term in a<Ivance. Second-hand text-books 
can usually be purchased at the book-stores at largely reduced prices. 

Tuition, or rent of Scholar.ship S3 00 S3 00 

Incidentals, (including use of Library and Gymnasium) 7 00 7 00 

Board, S1.75 to S3.00 per week 22 7.5 to 39 00 

Room Rent 3 25 to 13 00 

Lights and Washing 5 00 to 8 00 

Books and Stationery 3 00 to 6 00 

Fuel 3 00 to 6 00 

$47 00 $82 00 
EXTRA CHARGES. 

Laboratory Practice So 00 

Qualitative Analysis 10 00 

Mineralogy and Blowpipe Analysis 5 00 

Piano 15 00 

Organ 15 00 

Cultivation of the Voice 15 00 

Violin, Viola or Violoncello 15 00 

Harmony 6 00 

Use of Instrument, one liour per day S2 00 — 3 00 

Use of Musical Library 100—3 00 

Oil Painting, with use of Models, thirty lessons 10 00 

Water Colors 6 00 

Crayon Drawing, lifty lessons 7 00 

Perspective Drawing 6 00 

French or German, except in the Regular Courses 5 00 

Penmanship, one term, one hour a day 5 00 

Penmanship, one month, constant practice 6 00 

Full Course in Practical, or Ornamental, Penmanship, each 20 00 

Full Course in Vioth styles 30 00 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. oi 



LOCATIOX AND SUREOUNDING.S. 

The College is located at Oberlin, Lorain county, Ohio, a pleasant an<l 
healthful village of nearly four thousand inhabitants, thirty miles west of 
Cleveland. Situated on the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway, it 
is easily accessible from all parts of the country. The place was founded as 
a home for the College, and the piipulation consists chiefly of those who have 
been drawn there by educational attractions. This gives it a special atmo.s- 
l)here of culture and good order, while as a home for students it is remark- 
ably free from! the temptations and dangers often surrounding school life. 
There ar-e no drinking saloons in town. But those who seek l)ad comi>any 
will find it — or make it — anywhere, and the College does not offer itself as a 
reformatory for young people who are too wayward for home restraints. The 
churches of the place consist of two Congregational — numbering some six 
hundred members each — two Methodist, one Protestant Episcopal, and one 
Baptist. Each student attends the church of his choice. 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

A student can enter at any time, but it is specially desirable to be pres- 
ent, if possible, at the opening of the term. No money is refunded to a stu- 
dent who leaves Ijefore the close of the term, except in cases where one is 
excused from his classes, within two weeks of the opening of the term, on 
account of his own sickness, in which event a part of his term bills will 
be refunded. A student taking a regular course, and absent for a full term, 
is required to pay the tuition fee for that term, if he maintains his standing 
with his class. 

Students who do not wish to take a full course, can select such studies 
in any department as they are prepared to pursue to advantage. 

Opportunities are afibrded by the lecture courses, that are kept up 
through the most of the college year, to hear the best lecturers in the laud ; 
and choice musical entertainments are furnished, from time to time, in con- 
nection wdth the Conservatory. 

Letters of inquiry may )je addressed to the Secretary of the College, Mr. 
J. B. T. Marsh, Oberlin, Ohio. 



TABULAR VIEW OF THE EXERCISES 

IN THE 

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY AND THE ARTS, 



FOR THE YEAR 1879-80. 



FALL TERM . 



8—9. 



9—10. 



10—11 



11—12. 






s 



Freshman Greek Geometry iLatin 

Sophomore Calculus Latin |German 

Junior sLatin ^French JLogic 

Senior iMineralogy jGreek iGeology 

First Year [ Geometry Physical Geography 

Second Year.. .'Outlines of History ..jLatin iTrigonometry 

Third Year JGerman Logic 

Fourth Year.. Geology 'Hist'y of Civiliza'n..! 



Greek 

Astronomy , 

Mental Philosophy. 
Latin 



Astronomy 

Mental Philosopliy. 



Saturday. — Freshman, Bible Exercise instead of Latin ; First Ye.\r, Bible Exercise instead of 
Pliysical Geograpliy ; Soi'homore, Bil)le Exercise instead of Greek; Second Year, Bible Exer- 
cise instead of Trigonometry ; Junior and Third Year, Bible Exercise instead of Logic ; Senior 
and I'^ourth Ye.vr, Bible Exercise instead of Mental Pliilosopliy. 

WINTER TERM. 



8—9. 



9—10. 



10—11. 



11—12. 



j3 



Freshman 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Senior 

First Year 

Second Year. 
Third Year... 
Fourth Year. 



Meclianics 

Greek ,.... 

Modern History.. 
History of Ronae., 

Mechanics i Frencli . 

German iZoology 

Modern History JButler's Analogy.. 



Algebra 

Latin 

Zoology 

Butler's Analogy.. 
Geometry 



Latin 

German 

Desc'tive Geometry. 
English Literature... 

Latin 

Latin 



English Literature... 



Greek 

Evid'cesand Rhet'c. 

Chemistry 

Moral Philosophy ... 



Evid'cesand Rhet'c. 

Chemistry 

Moral Philosophy ... 

Saturday. — Freshman, Bible Exercise instead of Algebra ; Fir.st Year, Bible Exercise instead 
111: Geometry; Sophomore and Second Year, Bible Exercise instead of Mechanics; Junior and 
Third Ye.\k, Bible Exercise instead of Zoology; Senior and Fourth Ye.vr, Bible Exercise in- 
stead of Moral Philosophy. 

SPRING TERM. 





8—9. 


9—10. 


10—11. 


11-12. 




Freshman 


Latin 


Trigonometry 


Greek 


A 


Sophomore Greek 


(ierman 


Botany 


Natural Philosoi^hy. 


^r^ 


Junior Civil Engineering ... 

Senior ' 


Chemistry 


Latin 


Mental Philosophy.. 
Political Economy... 


Tin 


Lectures on Art 

Science of Govern' t. 
Latin 


Phvsioloev 




First Year lAlgebra 


Latin 


Second Ye.\r French 


Botany 


Natural Philosophy. 
Mental Philosophv.. 


- 


Third Year.. ..[English Classics 

Fourth Year.,' 


German 




H 


Lectures on Art 


Physiology 


Political Econoui}'... 



Saturday. — Freshmen, Bible Exercise instead of Greek; First Year, Bible Exercise instead of 
Latin; Sophomore and Second Ye.vr, Bible Exerei.se instead of Natural Philosophy; Junior 
and Third Year, Bible Exercise instead of Mental Philosophy ; Senior and Fourth Year, Bi- 
ble Exercise instead of Political Econoiuj' . 



Rhetorical E^sercises through the year on Monday. First Year and Second YEARfi-om 
2 tu 4 1'. M.; Fresh.man, .Sophomore, Junior and Third Year, from 10 to 12 a. m.; Senior and 
FoT'RTH Year, from 1 to 3 p. m. 



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TERMS AND VACATIONS. 
1879. 

Fall Term begins Tuesday, Sept. 2. 

Winter Vacation begins Tuesday, Nov. 25. 

Winter Term begins Tuesday, Dec. 2. 

x88o. 

Spring Vacation begins Saturday, Feb. 28. 

Spring Term begins Tuesday, March 9. 

Summer Vacation begins Thursday, June 10. 

Fall Term begins Tuesday, Aug. 31. 



PUBLIC OCCASIONS. 
1880. 

Junior Exhibition Friday, March 19. 

Union Exhibition of the Ladies' Literary Societies Wednesday, May 2rt. 

Exhibition of the Senior Preparatory Class Wednesday, June 2. 

Exhibition of the Conservatory of Music. Thursday, June 3. 

Address to the Theological Alumni Friday, June 4. 

Commencement, Department of Theology Saturday, June 5. 

Baccalaureate Sermon Sunday, June 6. 

Address before the Missionary Society Sunday, June (5. 

Union Exhibition of the College Societies Monday, June 7. 

Address before the Literary Societies Monday, June 7. 

Commencement, Literary Course Tuesday, June 8. 

Address before the Society of Alumni Tuesday. June 8. 

Commencement, Classsical and Scientific Course Wednesday, .luiu' 9. 



CATALOGUE 



Officers and Students 



Oberlin College, 



COLLEGE YEAR 



1880-81. 



CLEVELAND, OHIO: 

LEADER PRINTING COMPANY, I46 SUPERIOR STREET. 

1880. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



Rev. JAMES H. FAIRCHILD, President. 

TERM EXPIRES 1881. 

J. G. W. COWLES Clevelanu. 

GEORGE B. DELAMATEK Meadvili.e, Pa. 

WILLIAM SUMNER Cincinnati. 

T. L. NELSON Elyria. 

TERM EXPIRES 1882. 

JAMES MONROE Oberlin. 

J. E. INGERSOLI Cleveland. 

J. D. COX Cincinnati. 

DAN P. EELLS Cleveland. 

TERM EXPIRES 1883. 

E. J. GOODRICH Oberlin. 

E. C. SESSIONS COLU.MBUS. 

L. C. WARNER, M.D New York. 

ISAAC STONE Nori hampion, Mass. 

TER.M EXPIRES 1884. 

Rev. R. G. HUTCHINS Columbus. 

E. W. METCALE Elvria. 

J. E. MARSHALL Sanduskv. 

G. HENRY WHITCOMB Worcester, xMass. 

TERM EXPIRES 1885. 

Rev. MICHAEL E. STRIEBY Newark, N. J. 

URIAH THOMPSON Oberlin. 

Rev. henry COWLES Oberlin. 

Rev. WILLIAM B. BROWN Orange, N. J. 

TERM EXPIRES 1886. 

Rev. SAMUEL WOLCOTT Cleveland. 

A. B. NETTLETON Minneapolis, Minn. 

Rev. WOLCOTT B. WILLIAMS Charlotte, Mich. 

SETH H. SHELDON Clevklanm. 



iJ 



PRUDENTIAL COMMITTEE. 



Pres. f. H FAIRCHILI). Prof. JOHN M. EI, LIS, 

Rev. henry COWLES, E. J. flOODRICM, 

URIAH THOMPSON. J. R. T. MARSH. 

Prof. G. W. SHURTEEFF. 



J. B. 1. MARSH, Secretary and Trfa-mrek. 



Rev. G. p. KTATBAEL, Fina.nciai. Secretary. 



LADIES' BOARD OF MANAGERS. 



Mrs. a. a. F. JOHNSTON, Mrs. J. AUGl'STA SMnil. 

Mrs. REBECCA FINNEY, Mrs. MARY H. SHUR lEEFF. 

Mrs. MINERVA F. ELLIS, Mrs. HELEN M. RICE. 

Mrs. ELIZABETH S. MEAD, Mr:,. M. J. P. HATCH. 



FACULTY. 



Rev. JAMES H. FAIRCHILD, President, 

PROFESSOR OF THEOLOGY ANI) MORAL PHILOSOPHY. 
FINNEY PROFESSORSHIP. 



Rev. JOHN MORGAN, 

EMERITUS PROFESSOR OF NEW TESTA.MENT LITERATURE AND BIBLICAL THEOLOGY. 



Rev. JOHN M. ELLIS, 

PROFESSOR OF MENTAL PHILOSOPHY AND RHETORIC. 
STONE PROFESSORSHIP. 



Rev. CHARLES H. CHURCPHLL, 

PROFESSOR OF MATHEMATICS AND NATURAL PHILOSOPHY. 



Rev. JUDSON SMITH, 

PROFESSOR OF CHURCH HISTORY AND POSITIVE INSTITUTIONS, AND LECTURER 
ON MODERN HISTORY, 



GILES W. SHURTLEFF, A. M., 

PROFESSOR OF THE LATIN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE. 

Rev. HIRAM MEAD, 

PROFESSOR OF SACRED RHETORIC AND PASTORAL THEOLOGY. 
HOLBROOK PROFESSORSHIP. 

FENELON B. RICE, D. M., 

PROFESSOR OF MUSIC. 

ALBERT A. WRIGHT, A. M., Ph. B., 

PROFESSOR OF GEOLOGY AND NATURAL HISTORY. 

JAMES K. NEWTON, A. M., 

PROFESSOR OF THE GERMAN AND FRENCH LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES. 
FREDRIKA BREMER HULL PROFESSORSHIP. 



GEORGE H. WHITE, A. M., 

PRINCIPAL OF THE PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT, AND PROFESSOR OF 
ANCIENT LANGUAGES. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



Rev. WILLIAM G. BALLANTINE, 

PROFESSOR OF OLD TESTAMENT LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE. 

Rev. SAMUEL H. LEE, 

PROFESSOR OF POLITICAL ECONOMY, AND FINANCIAL SECRETARY. 

WILLIAM G. FROST, A. M., 

PROFESSOR OF THE GREEK I.ANGt'AGE AND IITERATfRE. 

FRANK F. JEWETT, A. M., 

ACTING PROFESSOR OF CHEMISTRY AND MINERALOGY. 

Rev. A. HASTINGS ROSS, 

SPECIAL LECTI'RER ON CHURCH POLITY. 

ELISHA GRAY, A. M., Ph. D., 

PROFESSOR OF DYNAMIC ELECTRICITY. 

LYMAN B. HALL. A. M., 

TUTOR IN GREEK. 

HENRY C. KING, A. B , 

TUTOR IN LATIN. 

■ . JOHN F. PECK, A. M., 

TUTOR IN LATIN. 

HENRY L. BATES, A. B., 

TEACHER OF GRAMMAR. 

CHARLES B. MARTIN, A. B., 

TEACHER OF LATIN. 

FRANK M. DAVIS, 

INSTRUCTOR IN PIANO AND VIOLIN. 

WILLIAM B. CHAMBERLAIN, A. M., 

INSTRUCTOR IN VOCAi. MUSIC 

CHARLES W. MORRISON, 

INSTRUCTOR IN PIANO-FORTE. 



OBERLTN COLLEGE. 



URIAH McKEE, 

INSTRUCTOR IN PENMANSHIP. 



Mrs. a. a. F. JOHNSTON, A. M., 

PRINCIPAL OF THE LADIES" DEPARTMENT, AND INSTRUCTOR IN HISTORY. 



Miss MARY M. WRIGHT, A. M., 

ACTING ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL OF THE LADIKS' DEPARTMBNT. 



Miss EMILY PATTERSON, A. M., 

TUTOR IN MATHEMATICS. 



Miss L. CELESTIA WATTLES, 

INSTRUCTOR IN PIANO AND HARMONY. 



Mrs. HELEN M. RICE, 

INSTRUCTOR IN VOCAL MUSIC. 



Miss ANNA M. WYETT, 

INSTRUCTOR IN PAINTING. 



Rev. henry MATSON, 



LIBRARIAN. 



11)0 



pr|lm^nl ofi S^Bnlog^, 



FACULTY. 



JAMES H. FAIRCHILD, President. 
JOHN MORGAN. JUDSON SMITH. 

HIRAM MEAD. WILLIAM G. BALLANTINE. 



STUDENTS. 



SENIOR CLASS. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. ROOMS. 

William Eld Archib.-vld Edinburgh, Scotland, 6 Council Hall. 

Dalhousie College, 

iREN.tus J. Atwood Oberlin 39 North Main st. 

Ripon College, 1878. 

Joseph Fletcher Bacon Oberlin 4 West st. 

oberlin College, 

Henry Liberty Bates Plymouth, Neb 25 Council Hall. 

Oberlin College, 1S76. 

Chauncey Marvin Cady Oberlin 4 Council Hall. 

Oberlin College, 1877. 

William Benton Chamberlain, Oberlin. 8 West Lorain st. 

Oberlin College, 1875. 
Llci.\n Ed.mond Danks Oberlin 11 West Lorain st. 

William Edwards Fay Springfield 35 J^ North Main st. 

Marietta College, 1878. 

Marcus Bell Fuller Nelson 10 Council Hall. 

Oberlin College, 1878. 

William Andrew Hobhs Oberlin 19 West Lorain st. 

Oberlin College, 1876. 

Thomas Andrews Hu.mphreys, Delphos 4 Council Hall. 

Oberlin College. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. ■ RESIDENCES. ROOMS. 

Benjamin Albert Imes Van Wert, Pa 27 Council Hall. 

Oberlin College, 1877. 

Charles Beebe Martin Oberlin 21 Council Hall. 

Oberlin College, 1876. 

Irving Wight Metcalf Elyria i Council Hall. 

Oberlin College, 1878. 

Martyn Luther Stimpson Norwich, Vt 14 Council Hall. 

Dartmouth College, 1878. 

Wesley Meyers Stover Lisle, 111 31 West College st. 

Oberlin College, 1878. 

Seniors 16. 



MIDDLE CLASS. 
George Eugene Albrecht Springfield 22 Council Hall. 

Military Academy, Berlin, Germany, 1873. ' 

John Henry Hull Oberlin 16 S. Professor st. 

Oberlin College, 

Henry Churchill King Hillsdale, Mich 32 Council Hall. 

Oberlin College, 1879. 

Howard Wiegner Kriebel .Hereford, Pa 8 Council Hall. 

Kutztown Normal School, 1876. 

Horace Sumner Lyman Forest Grove, Or 3 Council Hall. 

Pacific University, 1878. 

Arthur Bradley Peebles Mason, Mich 10 Council Hall. 

Michigan Agricultural College, 1S77. 

Alford Brown Penniman Woodburn, 111 33 Council Hall. 

Oberlin College, 1879. 

Francis Marion Price Oberlin 48 Groveland st. 

Charles Daniel Tenney Oberlin 31 Council Hall. 

Dartmouth College, 1878. 

Middles 9. 



OBERLm COLLEGE. 



JUNIOR CLASS. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. KOOMS. 

Henry Royce Bass West Randolph, Vt.... 14 Council Hall. 

Oberlin College, 1879. 

William Alfred Bowen Oberlin 34 West College st. 

Oberlin College, 1878. 

MORTIER Acklix Bullock Metamora, Mich 47 West College st. 

Olivet College, 1876. 

John Sumner Edmunds Oberlin 12 Council Hall. 

Oberlin College, i88o. 

Richard Bartlett Esten S. Attleboto, .\l„b> 15 Council Hall. 

Brown University, 1880. 

Clarence Ross Gale Jamestown, N. Y 5 Council Hall. 

Oberlin College, 1880. 

Edwin Charles Holman New Ipswich, N. H... 2 Council Hall. 

Dartmouth College, 

Morgan Pelagius Jones Wilkesbarre, Pa 9 Council Hall. 

William Jones Racine, Wis 16 Council Hall. 

Chicago Normal School, 1S80. 

Oramel William Lucas Canon City, Col 7 Council Hall. 

Oberlin College, 1880. 

John Richard Nichols Reading, N. Y 28 Council Hall. 

Oberlin College, 1879. 

John Fisher Peck Oberlin 8 West Lorain st. 

Oberlin College, 1875. 

Gregory John Powell Gueiph, Ont 20 Council Hall. 

Toronto University, 

Henry Lewis Richardson Berlin, Wis 26 Council Hall. 

Wisconsin University, 1880. 

William Taylor Bangor, Me 19 Council Hall. 



James Merton Triffit Oberlin 12 North Water st. 

Baldwin University. 

Juniors 16. 



m 



pijjin^nl n\ J^]^i!o$op|^ nnh l^a J!rb. 



Classical and Scientific Course, 



FACULTY. 



JAMES H. FAIRCHILD, President. 
JOHN M. ELLIS. JAMES K. NEWTON. 

CHARLES H. CHURCHILL. SAMUEL H. LEE. 

JUDSON SMITH. WILLIAM G. FROST. 

GILES W. SHURTLEFF, FRANK F. JEWETT. 

ALBERT A. WRIGHT. ELISHA GRAY. 



STUDENTS. 



SENIOR CLASS. 



RESIDENCES. 



^ 



Josi.\H n.A.RL0W Bellows Weeping Water, Neb.. 2 Elmst. 

Julius J.\cob Bliss Bainbridge 36 West Lorain st. 

Elmer Delazon Bostwick Edinburgh 27 West College st. 

John Charles Bucklin Grand Rapid? 6 College Place. 

Edward Payson Churchill Oberlin 26 West College st. 

Charles Elmer Clark Oberlin 7 East Mill st. 

Alfred Ely Colton Hudson, Mich 50 Tappan Hall. 

Willis Franklin Day Oberlin 20 North Main st. 

David Edgar French Oberlin 18 N. Professor st. 

Edward Thompson Harper Port Byron, 111 14 West Lorain st. 

Charles DeArmond Harrison, Granville, 111 4 Elm st. 

James Monroe Henderson Evansville, Ind 28 Forest st. 

William Owen Jones Richville, N. Y 14 N. Professor st. 

Charles Craig Lev an Shelbyville, Mo 23 Elm st. 

Robert Scott Lindsay Andover, Mass. 20 West College st. 

Daniel Magnus Red Wing, Minn 33 Tappan Hall. 





OBERLIN COLLEGE. 


11 


NAMES. 


RESIDENCES. 


ROOMS. 


Charles Edwin Newberry.... 


..Rochester, Micb.... 


...14 N. Professor St. 


Edward Waterous Peck 


..Oberlin 


.... 8 West Lorain St. 


Walter Scott Perry 


..Pulaski, N. Y 


....If S. Professor st. 


Eddy Herbert Spoor 


..Dowagiac, Micb.... 


....25 S. Profes.sor st. 


Sidney Dix Strong 


..Seville 


.... 6 College Place. 


Archibald Eugene Thomson. 


..Medina 


....14 West Loram st. 


William James Turner 


..Seville 


....14 N. Profe.s.sor .St. 


William Jay Vickery 


..Evansville, InH 


....II S. Professor st. 


Olive Chatfield 


..Oberlin 


.... 3 West St. 


Harriet Eliza Cushman 


..Mattoon, 111 


... 25 N. Professor St. 


Lelia E. Johnson 


..Oberlin 


....25 N. Professor .St. 


Elizabeth Adams Nichols 


..Oberlin 


....13 East Lorain st. 


Seniors 




28. 


JUNIOR CLASS. 




j Almin Franklin Bartlett.... 


..Stamford, N. Y 


....53 N. Professor St. 


NF\VTn\' WHTT\rARSH Rates . 


.East Cleveland 


CoUepe Chanel 


Dan Freeman Bradley 


. Bangkok, Siam 


...18 West College st. 


Arthur William Burt 


..Oberlin 


... 8 West Lorain st. 


Harry Cake 


..Fostoria 


...20 West College st. 
...17 West College St. ^ 


Charles Henry Claque 


.Dover 


William Hamilton Cowles ... 


..Topeka, Kas 


...69 North Main st. 


Paul Drennan Cravath 


..Nashville, Tenn .... 


... 6 S. Profe.ssor st. 


Charles Henry Dye '. 


.Fort Madison, la .. 


...Cabinet Hall. 


Philip Cady Hayden 


.Hempstead, N. Y.. 


...20 West College St. 


Frank Howe Hill 


.Elyria 


...13 East Lorain st. 


Homer Milton Hill 


. Seneca ville 


... 6 S. Profes.sor si. 


Oliver Earl Hotchkiss 


.South Kirtland 

..Oberlin 


...14 N. Professor St. 
...75 North Main st. 


John Chas. Fremont Jackson, 


Charles Albert Judson 


.Berlin Heights 


... 1 3 East Lorain st. 


Elmer Wales Matier 


.Brodhead, Wis 


... 6 College Place. 


Alfred McCaskey 


.Sulphur Springs.... 


...28 N. Pleasant st. ' 

... 1 


■ ■■ \ 





12 OBEBLIN COLLEGE. 


NAMES. 


RESIDENCES. 


ROOMS. 


Joseph Cephas Mebane 


..Mebanesville. N. C 


..39 North Main st. 


Jamin Seth Morse 


..Brownhelm 


■ ■WA W. College St. 


Lewis Humphrey Pounds 


..Oberlin 


..26 East College st. 


T T Ramsdell 


..Oberlin 


..35 West College st. 
..32 Tappan Hall. 


George Bartley Reid 


..Monaghan, Irelan 1. 


Lewis Rogers Scott 


..Wakeman 

..Cleveland 


..19 East College st. 
..57 Tappan Hall. 


Arthur Leon Shumway 


Norman Porter Willard 


..Plain view, Minn 


.. 6 College Place. 


Alfred Augustus Wood 


..West Bend, Wis 


..52 Tappan Hall. 


SiNA Emilia Burt 


..Akron 


..II Elm St. 


Alice Minerva Cowles 


..Topeka, Kas 


..69 North Main st. 


Eva Lucinda Emery 


..Prophetstown, III.... 


..50 N. Professor St. 


Josephine Laura Fish 


..Berlin Heights 


..Ladies' Hall. 


LiNA Lee Frayer 


..Carson 


..25 N. Professor st. 


Mary Hubbell 


..Mt. Vernon 


..Ladies' Hall. 


Lucy Adelaide Hutchinos .. 


..Oberlin 


.. 7 Morgan st. 


Minnie Eliza Maltby 


..Oberlin 


..48 West College st. 


Lizzie Emma Peck 


..Michigan City, Intl. 


..Ladies' Hall. 


Juniors 




35- 


SOPHOMORE CLASS. 




Samuel Pettit Alexander... 


..Marblehead 


.. 3 Elm St. 


Frank George IAlger 


..Manchester, N. H... 


..50 Tappan Hall. 


Frank Morton Billings 


..Conneautville, Pa.... 


. . 6 West Lorain st. 


Angelo Randolph Bonney.... 


..Bronson, Mich 


..35 West Lorain st. 


Edward Increase Bosworth 


..Elgin, 111 


..13 East Lorain st. 


Herbert Wendell Boyd 


. . Amesbury, Mass 


..60 Tappan Hall. 


Willard Parsons Boyd 


..Amesbury, Mass 


..60 Tappan Hall. 


Charles DeWolf Brower 


..Bloomfield, N. J 


..12 S. Professor st. 


Dalzell Adelbert Bunker.... 


..Colebrook 


.13 East Lorain st. 


Henry Northrup Castle 


..Honolulu, H. I 


..34 West College st. 


James William Dow 


..Cortland 


.. 6 West Lorain st. 


. , ) 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



RESIDENCES. 



ROOMS. 



Lafayette Asael Edwards Oberlin 53 East Lorain st. 

James Thome Fairchild Oberlin 8 S. Professor st. 

Claudius Buchanan French. ..Oberlin 18 N. Professor st. 

James Henry Garnett Milledgeville, Ga 34 Tappan Hall. 

Charles Dudley Green Maiden, 111 12 S. Professor st. 

Charles Willard Hayes Hanover Society Hall. 

Melvin Elisha Hedding Port Henry, N. Y 6 West Lorain st . 

Alfred Henry Howard Chateaugay 2 S. Professor st. 

John Leadingham, Jr ...Hammond, N. Y 35 Tappan Hall. 

Benjamin Oliver McMichael... Ashley 34 West College st. 

George Herbert Mead Oberlin 9 Elm st. 

William Vernon Metcalf Elyria 18 N. Professor st. 

Julian Coats Moore South Toledo 45 West College st. 

Arthur Thomas Packard LaPorte, Ind 6 College Place. 

Charles Walter Purple Oberlin 36 North Main st. 

Alexander Ormiston SPENCE...East Cleveland 8 N. Pleasant st. 

Clarence Franklin Swift Oberlin Mr. Swift's. 

Merton Edmond Thompson Oberlin 29 Elm st. 

Samuel Cooley Tuthill Middletown, N. Y 3 S. Professor st. 

Moses Fleetwood Walker Steubenville Park House. 

Herbert Franklin Wilbor Oberlin 50 West College st. 

Alonzo Dock Woodworth- Irwin Station Cabinet Hall. 



Kate Cordelia Ford Cleveland 15 West Lorain st. 

Cora Emma Gannett Wellington 15 West Lorain st. 

Addie Belle Hawes Litchfield Cor. , Me. ...Ladies' Hall. 

Myra Jane Howes Mendota, 111 Ladies' Hall. 

Josephine Frances Krogman... Boston, Mas^ Ladies' Hall. 

Janet Huntington McKelvey, Sandusky Ladies' Hall. 

Mary Lucinda Regai Oberlin 18 Forest st. 

Anna Mayo Rich Elyria Ladies' Hall. 

Florence Helen Tyler Warren Ladies' Hall. 

Sophomores 42. 



14 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 




FRESHMAN CLASS. 


• 


NAMES. 


RESIDENCES. 


ROOMS. 


Samuel Arthur Baldwin 

Allen Stewart Barber 


..Pittsfield 


...8 1 South Main St. 


..Mt. Vernon 


...6 1 East College St. 


Edward Benjamin Burwell... 


..Mercer, Fa 


... 5 Elm St. 


William Marvin Cake 


..Fostoria 


...20 West College st. 


Clarence HeNry Carson 


..Woodburn, 111 


. , . 20 West Lorain st. 


Cyrus Alonzo Clark 


..Union, 111 


...31 East College st. 


Charles John Cole 


..Copopa 


...60 West College sL 


Orville Lee Cook 


..Lexington 


...French Hall. 


Arthur Stanley Coutant... 


..New London 


...II Groveland st. 


Ira Oliver Curtiss 


..Marengo, 111 


...36 North Main st. 


Leonidas Howard Davis 


..Kokomo, Ind 


... 4 East Lorain st. 


Leeman Canfield Denton.... 


..Wakeman 


...45 West College st. 


Stephen Sewall Estey 


..Calais, Me 


... 36 West Lorain st. 


Clayton Warren Ford 


..Findlay 


...45 East College st. 


Frank Calvin Freeman 


...Amherst 


....72 South Main st. 


Charles M. Hall 


...Oberlin 


. ... 34 East College st. 


Luther Donnell Hamilton.. 


...Clarksburgh, Ind .. 


... 12 West Lorain st. 


Sidney Marsh Haskell 


...North Bloomfield.. 


...23 West College st. 


Barnabas Haworth 


.. Armiesburgh, Ind.. 


... 3 Elm St. 


Edward L. Hotchkiss 


..South Kirtland 


...14 N. Professor st. 


Ernest Howard 


..Adrian, Mich 


...French Hall. 



Harry Lincoln Jackson Ft. A. Lincoln, D. T., 49 West College st. 

Amos Morrell Kent Genoa 19 East College st. 

Francis Mills Koons Sulphur Springs 7 S. Profaesor st. 

Gerald Stanley Lee Oberlin 51 East College st. 

James Eli McConnell Rock Island, 111 College Chapel. 

John Jay McKelvey Sandusky 3 Elm .st. 

Charles Howard North Mansfield 36 West College st. 

Harry Nyce Kingston, Ind 12 West Lorain st. 

Clark Henry Nye Concord 36 West College st. 

James P. O'Brien Noel, Nova .Scotia 6 West Lorain st. 

Solon Pierce Powell Findlay 4 East Lorain st. 

Harry Woodruff Prouty Painesville 36 West College .st. 

AzARiAH Smith Root Dalton, Mass 15 Forest st. 

Charles Whitfield SANFORP...Geneseo, 111 7 Forest st. 

Oliver Perry Scovell, Jr Lewiston, N. V 18 West College st. I 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



15 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. ROOMS. 

Edwin Samuel Slater Aurelia, la 36 West Lorain st. 

Charles Henry Soliek Stryker 19 West Lorain st. 

George Franklin Solier Stryker 8 N. Pleasant st. 

Willard Frank Smith Geneva, HI 16 S. Professor st. 

William Lincoln Spook Dowagiac, Mich 25 S. Professor st. 

James Sullivan Victory Mills, N. \'... 25 West College st. 

Tully McCrea Talbot Westville 8 Forest st. 

James Allen Thome Mattoon, III 9 College Place. 

John James Trible Rochester, Vt 46 N. Professor st. 

Frank Louis VanCleek Wellington 10 Elm st. 

Clarence Augustus Vincent. ..Chagrin Falls 36 West Lorain st. 

George Burnside Waldron Owosso, Mich 56 West College st. 

Oliver Sheldon Wells St. Joseph, Mo 15 Elm st. 

William Ira Wells Peru, Mass 51 Tappan Hall. 



Mary Lovina Atwood Waupun, Wis 8 Elm st. 

Marie Tracy Brown Conneaut Ladies' Hall. 

May Medora Carroll Fostoria 49 East College st. 

Effie Chapman Huntington Ladies' Hall. 

Mary Eliza Church New York City Ladies' Hall. 

Ida Alexander Gibbs Oberlin 70 East College st. 

Stella Belle Hadden Sandusky Ladies' Hall. 

Janie Fitch Hayford Oberlin 13 Forest st. 

Carrie May Kinney Sandusky Ladies' Hall. 

Lucy Althea Langdon Oberlin 25 S. Professor st. 

Anna Mayo Metcalf Elyria Ladies' Hall. 

Sarah Luella Miner '. Tougaloo, Miss Ladies' Hall. 

Alma Sprague Wellington Ladies' Hall. 

Della May Thomas Ravenna Ladies' Hall. 

Etta Leona Thomas Ravenna Ladies' Hall. 

Freshmen ^S- 



Literary Course, 



FACULTY. 



JAMES H. FAIRCHILD, President. 



JOHN M. ELLIS. 
CHARLES H. CHURCHILL. 
JUDSON SMITH. 
ALBERT A. WRIGHT. 
JAMES K. NEWTON. 



GEORGE H. WHITE. 
FRANK F. JEWETT. 
SAMUEL H. LEE. 
MRS. A. A. F. JOHNSTON. 
MISS EMILY PATTERSON. 



STUDENTS. 



FOURTH YEAR. 

NAMES. KESIDHNCBS. 

Abby Jane Adams Boston, Mass. 

Flora Bell Carpenter Oberlin. 

Martha Louise Clark .Cleveland. 

Frances Melvin Clarke Ml Vernon. 

Eugenie Cushing Huron. 

Julia Brainard Hall Oberlin. 

Emily Brooks Hall Oberlin. 

Anna Louise Hine Painesville. 

Emma Frances Jenkins Oberlin. 

Mary Cornelia Johnson ...Oberlin. 

Jessie Maretta Leonard Oberlin. 

Emma Clarissa Linsley Galion. 

Emily Letitia McCormick Cincinnati. 

Agnes Leonora Noble LaGrange. 

Adelaide Luella Packard LaPorte, Ind. 

Jessie Fidelia Pounds Oberlin. 

Clara Ellen Porter Smith Warrensburg, Mo. 

Fourth Year 17, 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 17 



THIRD YEAR. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Julia Maria Bacon Oberlin. 

Sarah Cushman Bateham Painesville. 

Mary Alice Beach Ruggles. 

Gertrude Cassell Mt. Vernon. 

LoiE Abra Childs Sandusky. 

Alice Welch Cowles Cleveland. 

Mary Flagler Cowles Cleveland. 

Hattie Curtis Vermontville, Mich. 

Agnes Celicia Goss Oberlin. 

Lizzie Sarah Gurney Chester Cross Roads. 

Harriet Adella Hitchcock North East, Pa. 

Mary Lena LaMoure Oberlin. 

Emma Louisa Palmer Fostoria- 

Mary Evelyn Percival Portville, N. Y." 

Ella Elizabeth Post Belleville. 

Sarah Elizabeth Reed Monticello. 111. 

Sophia Adelphia Smith Middlefield, Mass. 

Emma Hannah Stoll Homestead, Mich. 

Margaret Diantha Wells CJaridon. 

Agnes White Willoughby. 

Belle Ruth Willey Spencer. 

Ella Wilson ; Louisville, Ky. 

Third Year 22. 



SECOND YEAR. 

Orielle E. Burgner Fremont. 

Celia Owen Clemans North Dover. 

Clara Ida Cooley Farmington, la. 

Mary Elmira Dickinson Randolph. 

Helen Louise Grimes Manst^eld. 

Sarah Emily Hall ;. Homestead, Mich. 

LiLLiE Belle Haynes Poland. 

Mary Imogexe Houghton Oberlin. 



18 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. " RESIDENCES. 

Lillian Hudson Ligonier, Ind. 

Edna Jane Mason Oberlin. 

ESTELLA Metcalf Oberlin. 

Nannie Keith Miller Oberlin. 

Anna Eliza Nettleton Oberlin. 

Carrie Matilda Pelton Oberlin. 

Ida Lucina Stroup Wellington. 

Edna Thompson Urbana. 

Hattie Celestine Williams Oberlin. 

Cora B. Young Monroeville. 

Second Year i8. 



FIRST YEAR. 

LiBBY Bassett Rockport. 

May Beagle Blissfield, Mich. 

Anna Bell Bonar Mt. Vernon. 

Lila Aminta Bostwick Oberlin. 

M. Ida Brown '. Milan. 

Carrie Eugenie Church Middlefield, Mass. 

Mary Philena Cook Champlain, N. Y. 

Louisa Cotes .• Oberlin. 

Carrie Elizabeth Day Sheffield. 

Mary Emelie Dudley Meridian, N. Y. 

Julia Elizabeth Gage Oberlin. 

Maggie Helen Giddings Oberlin. 

Carrie Goodale Wyoming, Iowa. 

Olivia Pomeroy Green Chicago, 111. 

Nettie Cornelia Harrison ' Cornwall Hollow, Ct. 

Charlotte Mary Kimball Maywood, 111. 

Minnie Louisa Kimball Maywood, 111. 

Jessie Fremont Lee Garrettsville. 

Emma Jane Lewis West Mill Creek, Pa. 

May Lyon Wauseon. 

Mary Mathis Yorktown, 111. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 19 



NAMES. RESIDENXR-S. 

Mary Rebecca Matter Brodhead, Wis. 

Mary Clark Mattocks Toledo. 

Sarah McGinnis Hancock, Mich. 

Matilda Rebecca Miller Vine Ridge. 

Ada Terrell Mills Elyria. 

Betty Morrison Kingston. 

Annette Olive Newberry Rochester, Mich. 

Caroline May Parmenter ....Vermontville, Mich. 

Elizabeth Cornelia Parsons Nicomedia, Turkey. 

Winnie Augusta Platt Oberlin. 

Grace Eliza Pritchard Wauseon. 

Susanna Rumbaugh Bucyrus. 

Rena Olive Sorter Oberlin. 

LiLLiE Estelle Starr Litchfield. 

Jennie Thomas Brimfield. 

Fannie Eliza Thomson Medina. 

Ruth Maria Tracy Mansfield. 

Angeline Truesdale Four Corners. 

Mary Upp Sandusky. 

Eva Vail Ligonier, Ind. 

Harriet Elizabeth Warner Medina. 

Clara Mary Webster Lindenville, N. \'. 

Jennie Belle Wood Oberlin. 

Mary Charlotte Woodruff Avon Lake. 

Anna D. Wylie Martin, Mich. 

First Year 46- 



20 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



IN SELECT STUDIES. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Fayette Oilman Appleton Oberlin. 

Richard Hoag Battey Chatfield, Minn. 

Harl Fessenden Burket Findlay. 

Chauncey Philip Clark Oberlin. 

Horace Malachi Cooper Kokomo, Ind. 

Baxter Todd French Oberlin. 

Levi Wright Halsey Bridgehampton, N. Y. 

Edward Aiken Heald Canton, 111. 

Livingstone LeGrand Hunter Tidioute, Pa. 

Charles Augustus Mack Gilead, Conn. 

John Wakely Patchin Oberlin. 

William Hudson Peck Oberlin. 

Frederick Joseph Pohl Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Charles Willard Seiberling Akron. 

Frank Patterson Taylor Genoa. 

George Wells Tyler .....Oberlin. 

Olive Anna Atwood Mt. Vernon. 

Effie May Blair Manchester, Iowa. 

Fannie Bliss ;....Northfield. 

Jennie F. Bowen Savannah, 111. 

Ellen Laurette Branch Somerset, Mich. 

Lizzie Alberta Buchan .Cleveland. 

Adelle Virginia Crandall Portville, N^ Y. 

Jennie Elizabeth Davidson Elgin, 111. 

Bella Dewey Bristol Center, N. Y. 

Jennie Finney Milwaukee, Wis. 

Mary Frances Forrest Woodstock, 111. 

Alice May Gardner Fulton, N. Y. 

May F. Gilchrist Vermillion. 

Martha Wadsworth Gold West Cornwall, Conn. 

WiNNiFRED Hackley Belleville, N. Y. 

Florence Elizabeth Hall Hudson, Wis. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 31 

NAMES. RESIDENCRS. 

Ella Maria Hammond LaPorte, Ind. 

Agnes Hine Painesville. 

Clara Emma Howard Oberlin. 

Flora A. Loomis Oberlin. 

Frankie E. Loveland Wellington. 

Olive Rebecca Mason -. Rock Island, 111. 

Anna M. Pelton Berlin Heights. 

Mary Emma Pomeroy Elyria. 

Kate Lucetta Safford Madison. 

Bessie Seely Platteville, Wis. 

Jennie Mary Folsom Smiih Maiden, 111. 

Florence Elizabeth Sperrv Sherman, N. V. 

Alice Terwilliger Belvidere, 111. 

May Edna Walworth South Bend, Ind. 

Fannie Willis Mt. Vernon. 

In Select Studies 47. 



^Bpijlm^nl 0^ ^rBptjabr^ Jnalrtujlion. 



Classical School 



INSTRUCTORS. 



GEORGE H. WHITE, Principal 

MRS. A. A. F. JOHNSTON. 
MISS MARY M. WRIGHT. 
LYMAN B. HALL. JOHN F. PECK. 

HENRY C. KING. MISS EMILY PATTERSON. 

HENRY L. BATES. 
CHARLES B. MARTIN. 



STUDENTS. 



SENIOR CLASS. 

NAMES. KESIDBNCES. 

Joseph M. Baggs ." Bridgeport. 

Edwin Rice Baker Toledo. 

Charles Ernest Baxter Bryan. 

Orion Sumner Belden Whiting, Kan. 

Rodney Durell Bemiss Oberlin. 

Edward Ladd Benedict Wellington. 

Bayard Taylor Buchanan W. Alexander, Pa. 

Stephen Burton Sycamore, 111. 

Levi Aldridge Cass Ottawa. 

Henry Bardwell Chapman Euclid. 

James Glaswell Clayton Springfield. 

Ephraim Bechtel Clemmer Clayton, Pa. 

John Whitney Connor Henniker, N. H. 

Thomas Jefferson Eaton Oberlin. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. • 23 



NAMES. RBSIDENCES. 

Benjamin Randall Esten Central Falls, R. I. 

Efner a. Farrington Cherry Creek, N. Y. 

Harvey Alphonso Fiester Newton Falls. 

Marston Stanley Freeman S. Amherst. 

Edwin Pound Gardner Canandaigua, N. V. 

George Wakelee Hall VV. Bloomfield, N. Y. 

Winfield Pierce Hatch Oberlin. 

Gordon Ezekiel Henshaw Oberlin. 

John Leonard Hoffman Newton Falls. 

Homer Hosea Johnson New London. 

Thomas Jones Richville, N. Y. 

Allen Martin Lambright Uhrichsville. 

Lewis Dell Lindsley Monroeville. 

DwiGHT Spencer Mason Vernon Center, N. Y. 

Adolphus Alexander Moll Fasten, Conn. 

Gerdon Wallace Noble LaGrange. 

Alexander Lawson Patterson Savannah. 

Solomon Johnson Payne Nelson. 

SoLLis Runnels Indianapolis, Ind. 

Philo Perry Safford Ashtabula. 

John Miller Sherman Wakeman. 

George LeGrand Smith Somerset, Mich. 

Jonathan Green Smith Oberlin. 

George Soule Hampton, Conn. 

Sherrod Soule Hampton, Conn. 

Alpheus Melancthon Spangler.... Edgerton. 

Edwin Luther Stratton Maryville, Mo. 

Everett Lincoln Stratton Kansas City, Mo. 

William Lawrence Tenney Oberlin. 

Eugene Stanberry Upson Oberlin. 

Thomas Winfred Waring Oberlin. 

Charles Linsley Webster Lindenville, N. V. 

Benjamin Franklin Wheeler Charlotte, N. C. 

Warren Eli Wheeler Oberlin. 

Robert Clarence Wilson Slippery Rock, I'a. 



24 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

William Warren Woodruff Newtown, Pa. 

Martha Farrington Shelby. 

Bertha Myrtella Ford Dover. 

Belle Henry Oberlin. 

Amelia Thorp Martin Oberlin. 

Martha Ellwood McLennan Salineville. 

Frances Amelia Reynolds Alburgh Springs, Vt. 

Hattie Elizabeth Simons Conneaut. 

Dorrie Stahl Oberlin. 

Seniors .'. . ..... . ... ..... 58. 



MIDDLE CLASS. 

James Edward Akins Wroxeter, Canada. 

Louis F. Atwood Tallmadge. 

Charles Gardner Baker Hart's Falls, N. Y. 

Rodney Barnes Oberlin. 

Horace Webster Beacom : Hammondsville. 

Herbert Vinton Beardsley Findlay. 

Lynott Bloodgood Monroe, Mich. 

Wesley John Blyler Canal Fulton. 

Charles Franklin Brasee Franklin, N. Y. 

Colonel Ellsworth Bright Columbus. 

Jesse Levi Bright Columbus. 

Will Estcourt Bruce Wauseon. 

Benjamin Hardin Burtt Utica, Ind. 

Daniel Ellis Bushnell Oberlin. 

George Henry Chamberlain LaGrange. 

Caius Adrian Chapman Huntington. 

Loren Prentiss Chapman Lake Breeze. 

WiLKiE W. Chapman Huntington. 

Alfred Vance Churchill Oberlin. 

Franklin J. Clark Medina. 

Amos Brainerd Cleverdon Mulberry Corners. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



25 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Demas Cochlin Botkins. 

Francis Coleman Oberlin. 

Herbert Darling Connor Henniker N. H 

WiNTHROP CURTiss Waverlv, 111 

George Frank Damon Kirtland 

Sullivan John Dean Omar. 

Haralamby Demetroff Oberlin 

Alpheus Lyman Dickinson Randolph 

Englehart Christopher Diffenbacher Ouincy, 111 

Elmer Jacob Fagley Bethel 

Thornton Ruthver Eraser Plainfield III 

Peter Joseph Gerlach Oberlin 

William Blanchard Gerrish Oberlin 

Willis James Goodrich Hudson, Mich. 

Pierce Benjamin Harris Columbia S. C. 

Harry Johnson Hayden Hempstead, N. V. 

Wick Dennick Heazleton Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Donald Kedzie Hitchcock Goshen, Ind. 

Elmer Ellsworth Holloway Burbank. 

Walter Bradley House Saugatuck, Mich. 

Hubbard McKee Hoyt Four Corners. 

Walter George Hull Homer, N. V. 

Frank W. Hunter Pecatonica, III. 

Daniel Stone Husted Clarksfield. 

George Emerson King N. RidgevilJe. 

Roger Miller Lee Garrettsville. 

Henry Keep Lum \ew Fairfield, Ct. 

George Lyman Maxfield Nelson. 

Oliver Alexander McConneli .Ligonier, Ind. 

James Langdon McKee Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Maynard Mayo Metcalf Elyria. 

Frank Edmund Moore Chardon. 

Harvey Orlando Moulton Waverly, 111. 

Paul Ralph Mueller Oberlin. 

Orange Stephen Palmer Osceola, Neb. 

Thomas Eugene Pounds Oberlin. 

James Max^Proudfit Edinburgh, Pa. 

Frank Ernest Regal Oberlin. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Geurc.e Washington Rexkord Norwood, N. Y. 

Charles Carlton Salter, Jr Waverly, 111. 

Harry Dodd Sheldon Bryan. 

EnwARD David Shurtlefe Marengo, 111. 

Harry Milton Simpkins Augusta, Ga. 

Henry Herbert Squire Wakeman. 

Edmund Bruce Stiles Hancock, Mich. 

Albert Pike Stockvveli Aurora, 111. 

Fred Valerius Stone Strongsville. 

Albert Wilber Taylor Toronto, Canada. 

Harry Terrell Oberlin. 

Park Terreli Oberlin. 

Jacob Youm; Todd Gilboa. 

KuFUs AVERV Tracy Mansfield. 

Archie Tucker Louisiana, Mo. 

Charles Linsley Webster Lindenville, N. Y. 

Ed(;ar James Whitaker Topeka, Kan. 

Charles K. Whitney Oberlin. 

William Wiedenhoeft Huron. 

Charles Zimmerman Frederick, Md. 

Ida Drake Jefferson City, Mo. 

Helen Hopi-in South Haven, Mich. 

Asia Kramer Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Christabel Lee Oberlin. 

May Moulton Oberlin. 

Nettie E. Smith Oberlin. 

LoRA A. Sorter Oberlin. 

Middles 86. 



JUNIOR CLASS. 

John William Hanks x\lexander Helena, Ark. 

Henry Edward Asclin East Rockport. 

Charles Henry Atwater Castalia. 

Sherman Jackson Baggs Bridgeport. 

Luther Albert Baker Hudson, Wis. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 27 

NAMES. KESIUKNCKS. 

Linton Delos Baldwin Windham. 

WiLLARD Lorenzo Bangs Churchville, \. \'. 

Rowland Rees Bass Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Sydney Beaney, Jr Macedonia. 

MiLO Hugh Beebe Bloomville. 

Henry Blair Edwardsville, 111. 

John Wesley Bliss Oberlin. 

Joseph Ellsworth Bowers Mendota, 111. 

William Howard Burnham Adrian, Mich. 

Alexander Bennett Campbell Mendon, 111. 

Samuel Bradford Chase W. Glover, Vt. 

Henry Benjamin Cowles Oberlin. 

Samuel Spaulding Cox Chatham Center. 

Edward Charles Damon Westminster, Mass. 

William David Davis Kokomo, Ind. 

Ames George DeWitt Metamora. 

Henry Winslow Dillard Wabaunsee, Kan. 

Doren Stephenson Downing ...St. Clairsville. 

Frank Lewis Egleston , Aurora, 111. 

James Moore Fanleroy Foster Greencaslle, Pa. 

Charles Elisha Freeman New York City. 

Sidney P^reeman Oberlin. 

Nelson Amasa Frost Swartz Creek, Mich. 

Edmund Gale, Jr Chagrin Falls. 

Horace Edward Gibhs Oberlin. 

William Albert Griffith Cleveland. 

Luther Halsey Gulick Yokohama, Japan. 

Preston Henry Hali Charlotte, N. C. 

Archibald Hart Shreveport, La. 

Samuel Hart Shreveport, La. 

Benjamin Derastus Hastin(;s Coral, 111. 

Stanley Wolcott Hayes Hanover. 

Henry Burt Herrick Chester Cross Roads. 

Harvey Rexford Hitchcock Hilo, H I. 

J. Lewis Holah Cleveland. 

William Hovey Oberlin. 

Frank Jansen Charlton, N. N . 

Thomas Edgar Jefferson Hudson, Wis. 



28 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Byron Bancroft Johnson Cincinnati. 

George Brigham Kai.b Bellefontaine. 

James Madison Killin Sweet Wine. 

Stephen Cyrus Lawson Chicago, III. 

Guy R. Lindersmith Edgerton. 

Robert Swann Mackintosh Salineville. 

Benjamin Woodbury Minton Tontogany. 

Thomas Solomon Morelle Manila, N. Y. 

Harvey Benjamin Nickerson Marengo, 111. 

George Bovard Palmer Oberlin. 

Robert Chaney Pannelton White Oak, Texas. 

Arthur Joseph Rice North Amherst. 

Edward Ensign Rich Kirtland. 

William Nelson Richardson Jackson, Miss. 

Frank J. Roeerson Oberlin. 

Albert Edward Robertson Owasso, Mich. 

James Lester Robertson Tififin. 

William John Robinson Monongahela-City, Pa. 

John Willis Root Bissell's. 

Joseph Russell Oberlin. 

Robert Isaac Smith Oberlin. 

Robert Gibson Steele Melnmre. 

Cleveland W. Steese Lake. 

Frederick Benjamin Stern Spring Hill, Kan. 

Stanton B. Stiles Greenwich. 

Vernon Edmond Stiles Clarksville. 

William Hermon Stone Bethel. 

Hiram Adelbert Tennant Kipton. 

Benjamin James Trowbridge Hancock, Mich. 

William Henry Wallace Lorain. 

Homer Ellsworth White Delaware. 

William Henry White Oberlin. 

George Brayton Woodbridge Ravenna. 

Harry Lewis Woodruff Shefiield. 

WiLLouGHBY Benjamin Young Junction City, Kan. 

Juniors 78. 



English School 



INSTRUCTORS. 



GEORGE H. WHITE, Princii^ai.. 
MISS EMFI.V PATTERSON. HENRY L. BATES. 



STUDENTS. 



GENTLEMEN. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

James Stephen jAllen Charlestown. 

Leon George Andress Birmingham. 

James William Anthony Ottawa, 111. 

George Stebbins Appleton X'ictory, \'t. 

David Asplin Rocky River. 

Charles Almon Atwood Waupun, Wis. 

Jacob Bachmann Mascoutah, III. 

Charlie Robinson Buchtki Canton. 

Frank H. Barnard Moline, 111. 

Harvey Lewis Bassett Oberlin. 

Adam John Baumhart Brownhelm. 

James Pinkney Berry Sydney, Neb. 

Charles Raymond Biggs Washington, In<l. 

Joel Savage Blackmun Moore's Korks, N. ^■. 

Anthony Nichols Braun Topeka, Kan. 

Louis Adam Braun Brownhelm. 

Cleo Bradshaw Brown Wellington. Kan. 

Charles Burket Kind lay. 

Harry Clifton Burrell Sheffield. 

Theodore Matelin Butler N. Ridgeville. 



30 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 

NAMES. KESIDENCES. 

George Henry Carrier Rochester. 

Myron Josiah Caswell Castalia. 

Albert Irving Chapman Lake Breeze. 

Elmer Jefferson Chenoweth London. 

William D. Chenoweth London. 

Edwin Irving Cook Byron, N.Y. 

Edward Dayton Cory Lima, Ind. 

Canarius Henry Currier Henrietta. 

Charles Moll Daley Oberlin. 

George Albert Daniels Kirtland. 

George Messer Davis Ravenna. 

William Bradley Davis St. Louis, Mo. 

Washington Delphey, Jk Erie, Mich. 

John Bryant Dudley Oberlin. 

Burton Hildreth Elweli Gypsum. 

Bert Thomas Faragher Lake Breeze. 

Finley Fehi , Marseilles. 

Edward Corwin Finch Stanton. 

Roscoe Byron Fisher N. Monroeville. 

Ira Oliver France Inland. 

George R. Frisbie Verona, N. Y. 

John GAiiNEr Pensacola, Fla. 

Nelson Tolbert Gant Zanesville. 

Frank F^ixley Gants Ligonier, Ind. 

Ellsworth Porter Gillette Helena, Montana. 

Percy Thomas Hackett Amherstburg, Ont. 

Hugh Halsey Bridgehampton, L. I. 

James Dunlavy Harrison Granville, III. 

David William Haylor Oberlin. 

Edward Heussner Henrietta. 

Lewis Miller Hickok Mecca. 

William Hanson Hilton Monongahela City, Pa. 

RoLLiN G. Holman Romeo, Mich. 

Charles Honner Amherstburg, Ont. 

Walter Johnson Hopkins St. Clair, Mich. 

Herbert Ellsworth House Saugatuck, Mich. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



31 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

John Cook Hoyt Four Corners. 

Byron Wilbert Jackson La Porte, Ind. 

James Mix Johnston ^. Chester Cross Roads. 

Edward John Joseph Audenried, Pa. 

Harry Charles King Morrison, 111. 

Edward Werner Kishman Brownhelm Station. 

Sylvester Sylvan Lacy Philadelphia, Pa. 

Frank Mercer Lancston Washington, D. C. 

Frank Leake N. Amherst. 

Fremont Libby Cumberland Mills, Me. 

Clifton B. Lindsley Penfield. 

William Vaultine Lutz Brownhelm Station. 

Charles John Martin Vermillion. 

Robert Davison McCleery W. Alexandria, Pa. 

William A. McClelland Mt. Jackson, Pa. 

George Henry McCormick Mt. Vernon. 

Charles Everett Mead , Greenwich Station. 

Edward Lawrence Mead (Ireenwich. 

Joseph Addison Mead Greenwich. 

Henry Martin Minton Bowling Green. 

William Henry Moore S. Toledo. 

Alexander Sheridan More t Santa Barbara, Cal. 

Harry George Morse Brownhelm. 

William Moulder Henrietta. 

Edward Myers Warren. 

Charles Harris Norton Byron, N. V. 

Milton Parks Kirtland. 

Alson Earle Phile Genoa. 

William Bonner Phillips Mt. Vernon. 

Elmer J. Pierce Wakeman. 

George Popoff Philippopolis, E. Roumelia. 

Nelson Dearborn Prentice Castalia. 

Willie Edward Proutv Painesville. 

Simon Hall Randolph Maiden, W. \'.-u 

Jay Wells Ransom Sandusky. 

DiONisio Nicolas Reache Pensacola, Fla. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. • RESIOENCES. 

William A. Roberson Oberlin. 

James Frederick Robertson Brownhelm. 

William Ewing Robinson Helena, Aik. 

Dewey Rogers South Haven, Mich. 

Will Collins Root •. Oberlin. 

George Ellsworth Savage Churchville, N. Y. 

Charles Hoxie Shelton Wakeman. 

E\'AN Shopofk Philippopolis, E. Roumalia. 

Henry Bedford Shuart Oberlin. 

Eugene Siddall Oberlin. 

Edward Slater Birmingham. 

Stewart Kedzie Smith Somerset, Mich. 

William Avery Smith Oberlin. 

Willie Grant Souder Columbus. 

Elmer Eliot Stewart CoUtge Corner. 

Edward Wirt Stone Belpie. 

James William Taylor Peoli. 

William H. Taylor Belltfontaine. 

Charles Osborne Thomas! New Yoik City. 

Glenn Henry Tillinghast Berlin Heights. 

Joseph Ellsworth Toot Hammondsville. 

Elmer Ellsworth Tucker Elyria. 

Lee Horace Wagar East Rockport. 

Walter Walker PiitslieJfl. 

Charles Walter Warneu Bainfield, 111. 

Eugene Belden Welch Polk. 

Anson Brazee Wilcox West Austintown. 

Douglas Edgar Witter Castalia. 

John Wooden..: Sioux City, Iowa. 

Clarence Ward Young Mt. Veinon. 

Gentlemen 122. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 33 



LADIES. 

NAMES. RF.SIDENCRS. 

Emma Bei.lk Adams Helena, Montana. 

Carkie Louise Alexanuer Marblehead. 

Helen E. Angell Pitt.sfield, Mass. 

Francis Genevieve Atkin Clarksfield. 

Inah Elloy Avery Oberlin. 

Irene Cecil Avery Oberlin. 

Carrie Etta Bachtei New Berlin. 

May Bardwell Oberlin. 

Belle Barney Wakeman. 

Cora Dell Bassett Weston. 

Mary Augusta Bates Kipton. 

AuDiE Sarah Battles Mayfield. 

Birdie Beatty ' Zanesville. 

Sarah Bell Monaghan, Ireland. 

Jessie F. Bliss Oberlin. 

Elm A Maria Bliss Bissells. 

ZxLEMA Mary Bourgeois New Orleans, La. 

Emma Bramley Coe Ridge. 

Lida J. Bramley Olmsted. 

Amelia Brandau Amherst. 

Clara Brown Blissfield, Mich. 

May Bullard Oberlin. 

Bessie Mary Bunce Wakeman. 

Margaret Colby Burns Newburgh. 

Mary Lillian Caldwell Rushville, 111. 

Mary Carmichael Wheatland, Mich. 

Alice Marie Carter Sheffield. 

Myra Belle Chapman Sheffield. 

Harriet Augusta Clark Wakeman. 

Mattie Eugenie Clark Montrose, Md. 

Ruth Elizabeth Close Kipton. 

Josephine Lucretia Cody Cleveland. 

Laura Elizabeth Coe Canton. 

Mary Agnes Conly Middlebury, Vt. 

Mary Emma Conner Oberlin. 



34 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

MiNUETTE CoNNET McLeansville, N. C. 

Clara Howes Cook Byron, N. Y. 

Flora Helen Cooper Kokomo, Ind. 

Grace Evelyn Crehore Lorain. 

Rozena Ann Crumrine Troy. 

Ella Dudley Henrietta. 

Jessie Luella Dye North Eaton. 

Julia Erb , Royal Oak, Mich. 

Jennie May Evans Oberlin. 

Emma Irene Foley Grafton. 

ViLLETTA Gallup Stiongsville. 

Elizabeth Gibson Norwalk. 

Myrtle Alice Gillespie LaRue. 

Carrie Nina Gillette Helena, Montana. 

Lillian Pauline Goins Columbus. 

Georgiana Green Huntsville, Texas. 

Mary Jane Greene Oberlin. 

Jessie Helen Griffith Painesville. 

Emma Hall Shreveport, La. 

Mary Patterson Hali Pleasant Grove. 

Emma Han ford Wakeman. 

Ada a. Harvuot Savannah. 

Emma Hasenpflug Huron. 

Sarah Higgins Oberlin. 

Mary Bierce Hill Nevada, Mo. 

Fannie Ann Hoffer Mansfield. 

Mellie Holbrook Sullivan. 

Clara Jane Holt Oberlin. 

Mary Josephine Hooker New London. 

Jennie Maria Hovey Fowler's Mills. 

Eli/.areth Estelle Hubbard Sauk Center, Minn. 

Alice Gertrude Hurlbut Elyria. 

Eva Mina Huston Brimfield, Ind. 

Mary Inez Huston Brimfield, Ind. 

Ida V. Jenkins Philadelphia, Pa. 

Edith Phillips Johnson Homer, La. 

MoLLiE Beach Johnson Beloit, Wis. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 35 







^■^^"^''^- KESIOKNCES. 

Amelia Kuhlow Elvria 

Mary Lank. Blissfield, Mich. 

Ida Lang Rochester. 

Jessie Wealthy Lawrence Saline Mich. 

Lucy K.\te Lawrence Saline Mich 

LiDA Elm IN A Lawrence Milan 

Emma Almira Lee Irwin. 

Lottie Lyon East Cleveland. 

Laura B. Mahon Dunkirk. 

Inez Major Martin's Ferry. 

Olive Florein Major Martin's I'erry. 

Olive L. Manning Pittsfield, Mass. 

Agnes Marshall Sandusky. 

Alice L. Marshali Rochester. 

Ida Augusta McLennan Salineville. 

Annis Myrtilla Mead Greenwich. 

Hannah Treadwell Mead Brooklyn. 

Clarabell Meech North Ridf;eville. 

Louisa Miller Brownhelm. 

RosETTA Miller Brownhelm. 

Emma Elizabeth Mills Fortville, N. V. 

Sarah Ann Minney Tippecanoe. 

Minnie Minton Tontogany. 

Nellie Minton Tontogany. 

Haydie Moss , Huston, Texas. 

Allie Myers Mt. Vernon. 

Florence Rebecca Neale Alleghany, Pa. 

Mary Joan Nelson Shalersville. 

Lizzie Norrington Shreveport, La. 

Mary Charlotte Otis llicksville. 

Leonora Palmer Port Gibson, Miss. 

Nellie 1'almeu Fostoria. 

Mai^y Lousia Palmitiek Hudson. 

Anna M. Parish Oberlin. 

Hannah Paton Cleveland. 

Mary Jane Peck Michigan City, Ind. 

Mirtie Louise Peck VVakeman. 



36 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Mary Frances Pelton Cleveland. 

Mary Ellen Phillips Oberlin. 

Mary E. Pierce Chicago, 111. 

Etta Catherine Pringle Lilly Chapel. 

Ella Juliette Radcliffe Clarksville, Tenn. 

Mary Lavina Raney Raymond, Wis. 

Nellie Record Forestville, N. Y. 

Addie May Remington North Amherst. 

Lydia Matilda Remington North Amherst. 

Lily Elizabeth Revels Rodney, Miss. 

Ellena RiES Bellevue. 

Della Anna Root Bissells. 

Nettie Eliza Rosecrans Henrietta. 

Inez Josephine Rouse South Haven, Mich. 

Mary Armes Ryder Portville, N. Y. 

Grace Safford Madison. 

Alice May Sargent Lovell. 

Mae Louise Savage Churchville, N. Y. 

Ida Belle Sawyer Zanesville. 

Emma Wood Schermerhorn Hudson, Mich. 

Julia Elizabeth Sherman Wakeman. 

Rose Sherman !? East Norwalk. 

PIelen Winnifred Shute San Francisco, Cal. 

May Nathalie Shute San Francisco, Cal. 

Harriet Silone Newport, R. I. 

LucELiA Smith Pana, 111. 

Minnie De Etta Smith South Haven, Mich. 

Susanna Chapman Smith Mound City, Kan. 

Georgie E. Starr Litchfield. 

Martha Eliza Stockwell Port Huron, Mich. 

Sarah Janette Stone Stiongsville. 

Hattie Putnam Streeter Oberlin. 

Nellie Frances Strickland Gilead, Conn. 

Katharine Sw^eeney Greenfield, Mass. 

Evalyn Amy Sweet Avon. 

Arabella C. S. Taylor Chicago, 111. 

Elizabeth Warren Taylor Mt. Vernon. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 37 



NAMES. KESIUENCES. 

Olivia Annette Thomas Fostoria. 

Mary Elizabeth Trinter Vermillion. 

Jessie Benton Trumble East Townsend. 

Mary Cleveland Tubbs Peltisville. 

Grace Loomis Upson Oberlin. 

Armitta Vaughn \melia Court House, Va. 

Mary Ann ■W.\ddeli Cleveland. 

Georgie May Wadsworth Wellingion. 

Isabelle Wali Washington, I). C. 

Nettie Walworth Collamer. 

Nettie Walworth South Bend, Ind. 

Mary Ella Warner Oberlin. 

Lulu Margaret Washington Lockport, N. V. 

Lydia Eunice Weed Algean, Mich. 

Lina Martha Weller Troy. 

Cora Whitney Oberlin. 

Ida LucinOa Whitney Big Rapids, Mich. 

Mary Augusta Whitney Oberlin. 

Dora Georgetta Wilson Lindsey 

Minnie Woodard Kirtland. 

Ida May Woodruff ShelVield. 

Fanny Foster Wright Oberlin. 

Ladies i68. 



lona^rualor^ 0^ iln$i^. 



FACULTY. 



JAMES H. FAIRCHILD, President. 

FENELON B. RICE, Director. 
L. CELE.STIA WATTLES. FRANK M. DAVIS. 

CHARLES W. MORRISON. HELEN M. RICE. 

WILLIAM B. CHAMBERLAIN. 



STUDENTS. 



GENTLEMEN. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

David Stephen Arnold Sycamore, 111. 

Angelo Fremont Atkin Oberlin. 

Joseph M. Baggs Bridgeport. 

Ovid Pope Barbour Traer, Iowa. 

Harry Nelson Bartlett Oberlin. 

Henry Liberty Bates Plymouth, Neb. 

Newton Whitmarsh Bates Cleveland. 

Jacob Bachmann Mascoutah, 111. 

William Frederick Bentley Geneva. 

Oreett Romanzo Blanchard Austinburg. 

Charles Gilbert Boise Bellevue. 

Angelo Randolph Bonney Orland, Ind. 

Harry Clyde Brooks Oberlin. 

Arthur William Burt Oberlin. 

Daniel Ellis Bushnell Oberlin. 

William D. Chenoweth London. 

Edward Payson Churchill Oberlin. 

Isaac Conn Steubenville. 

Willis Franklin Day .". Oberlin. 

George Franklin Dick .' Warren. 111. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 39 



NAMES. RESIDENCRS. 

Frederick Lincoln Drake Oherlin. 

Henry Sylvester Eckler Carlisle. 

ScoTi Ford Ruggles. 

William Albert Grui rni Cleveland. 

Dean Fremont Griswold Northville, Mich. 

Levi Wright Halsey Bridgehampton, N. Y. 

James Dunlavy Harrison Granville III. 

Winfield Pierce Hatch Oberlin. 

Barnabas Clifford Haworth Kockville. Ind 

Thomas Monroe Holloway Burbank. 

Rolland Gould Holman Romeo, Mich. 

Walter Jasperson Hopkins St. Clair, Mich. 

Eben Delbert Hopkinson Oberlin. 

John Henry Hull Oberlin. 

Arthur William Lyon Wauseon. 

Oramel William Lucas Canon City, Col. 

Charles Frank Miller Meadville, Pa. 

Benjamin Woodbury Minton Tontogany. 

Charles Walthall Morrison Oberlin. 

Jamin Seth Morse Brownhelm. 

Harold Dean Newton Ypsilanti, Mich. 

Arthur John Owen Catawba Is. 

Edward Waterous Peck Oberlin. 

John Fisher Peck Oberlin. 

Oscar Reynolds Ionia, Mich. 

Dewitt Nathan Rosecrans Oberlin. 

Arthur Albert Saxton Oberlin. 

William Henry Shane Oberlin. 

George Bennett Siddali Oberlin. 

Earl Smith Church ville, N. \ . 

Martin Luther Stimpson Norwich, \'t. 

Frederick Haynes Swift Oberlin. 

Archibald Eugene Thomson Medina. 

Nathan Chauncey Underhill New London. 

Homer Hoxie Vincent Clarksfield. 

Lee Horace Wagar L. Rockport. 

John Eugene Ward College Corner. 



40 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Maurice Melville Warner Plainfield, 111. 

Perry Parton Weed Douglas, Mich. 

George Clarence Westervelt Oberlin. 

MiLO White Traer, Iowa. 

Gentlemen 6i. 



LADIES. 



Emma Aldrich Weston. 

Mabel Allen Cleveland. 

Minnie Belle Andrus Clyde. 

Frances Jane Atkinson Oberlin. 

Margaret Shaw Bacon Oberlin. 

Emma Elizabeth Ball Canton. 

Lenora Juliet Barr Tidioute, Pa. 

Eva Pearl Bartlett Freeport. 

Mary Alice Beach Ruggles. 

Clara Sophia Benedict Wellington. 

Mary Lincoln Bergen Galva, 111. 

Jessie Rhoda Billings Cleveland. 

Jeanie Esther Birge Oberlin. 

Ida May Bishop Lima. 

Effie May Blair Manchester, Iowa. 

Maud Mary Boise , Villisca, Iowa. 

Lulu Ione Bombaugh Oilman, 111. 

Anna Belle Bonar Mt. Vernon. 

Alice Borland Imlay City, Mich. 

Zxlema Mary Bourgeois New Orleans, La. 

Ellen Laurette Branch Somerset, Mich. 

Ella Brenneman Congress. 

Mary Josephine Briggs Elyria. 

Lettie Elizabeth Brooks Ellington, N. Y. 

Marie Tracy Brown Conneaut. 

Anna Mason Buchan Cleveland. 

Lizzie Alberta Buchan Cleveland. 

Allie Buff Terre Haute, Ind. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 41 

NAMES RESIDENCES. 

Alice Estelle Burt Oberlin. 

Mary Lillian Caldwell Rushvillc, 111. 

Frances Bennett Callaway Buffalo, N. Y. 

Julia Lois Caruthers Oberlin. 

S. L. Blanche Chaffee Tippecanoe City. 

Effie Belle Chandler Sharon. 

MiNA Evaline Chandler Marseilles. 

Martha Maria Chase Oberlin. 

Ella Chai field Oberlin. 

Mary Clark Mt. \ernon. 

Emma A.melia Clemans ^ North Dover. 

Emma Jane Clement Hudson, Mich. 

Emma Josephine Clisrel Oberlin. 

Helen Ball Cobaugh Canton. 

Josephine Lucretia Cody Cleveland. 

Flora Helen Cooper Kokomo, Ind. 

Lizzie Baker Cory Lima, InH. 

Mary Eliza Cox Ob-rlin. 

Ella Crit iinde.n K'ii£;gle«. 

Lucy Ann Crosier \Vel:ini;t<m. 

Lili,i\n Fmogene Crouch Erii-, I'.n. 

MAiriK Is ABKl.LK CROUCK Erie, I'n. 

Rozkna Aw Crumrine Troy. 

Emma Ja.nk Cunnixgha.m Columbiann. 

Lulu P. Cutler riskilwn. III. 

Flora May Darlin(; ; W.nr-iaw. 

Mary Fkancks Day Oberlin. 

Emma Dksvoignes Oirvilie. 

Bella Dewky IJii-tol Cenitr. X. \'. 

Minnie Maxwell Dickinson. Eiie. Pa. 

Anna Maria Dillaway Troy. 

May Dow Catey. 

Anna Cora F^dmondson Valley CVnttr, Kan. 

Ia Farrar L ndon. 

Ida Farrak London. 

Kate Farrar London. 

Etta Feiil Mar.scille'. 



42 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Mary Fitzpatrick Columbiana. 

Delia May Foote Geneva. 

Mary Frances Forrest Woodstock, III. 

Nora Ada Fowler Morral. 

Hattie Botsford Franks Oberlin. 

Ida Freeman Burton. 

Grace Elaine Frisbie Des Moines, Iowa. 

Cora Belle Gage Oberlin. 

Alice May Gardner Fulton, N. Y. 

Lizzie Lincoln Gardner Chagrin Falls. 

Hattie Aletha Gibbs. ...!*! Oberlin. 

Elizabeth Giddings Oberlin. 

Carrie A. Gillett Wayne. 

Caroline Goettel Oil City, Pa. 

Martha Wadsworth Gold West Cornwall, Conn. 

Georgiana Green Huntsville, Texas. 

Belle Laverne Gregory Attica. 

Jessie Helen Griffith Painesville. 

Jennie M. Grimm Wenona, 111. 

Grace Minerva Guile Owasso, Mich. 

Gertrude Gwynn ; Vandalia, 111. 

Florence Elizabeth Hali Hudson, Wis. 

Mary Patterson Hall Pleasant Grove. 

Grace Greenwood Hamilton Clarksburg, Ind. 

Gertie Hance North Eaton. 

Julia Eliza Hanford Oberlin. 

Mary Ella Harris Evansville, Wis. 

Mary Eleanor Harris Oilman, III, 

Rachel Jenne Harris Lodi. 

Nettie Cornelia Harrison Cornwall Hollow, Conn. 

Jennie Harrold Mt. Eaton. 

Florence Ann Harvey OberUn. 

Alice Mary Heald Canton, 111. 

Fannie Ann Hoffer Mansfield. 

Alma Agnes Hover Lima. 

Jennie Maria Hovey Fowler's Mills. 

Cynthia Howard Rochester. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 43 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Mary Howard Adrian, Mich. 

Elizabeth Estelle Hubbard Sauk Center, Minn. 

Addie Maria Huli Oberlin. 

Alice Gertrude Hurlbut Elyria. 

Eva Mina. Huston Brimfield, Ind. 

Mary Inez Huston Brimfield, Ind. 

Pauline Icenhour Coiumbiana. 

Edith Jackson Ft. Abraham Lincoln, Dak. 

Lillian Josephine Jaques Cleveland. 

ADESSA J. Jarvis Smithville. 

Fannie Jewett Oberlin. 

KiTTiE Alfarata Johnson Morrison, 111. 

Helen Iola Joslin Oberlin. 

Hattie Judd Oberlin. 

Minnie Kinsinger Oberlin. 

Fannie Belle Kost Toledo. 

Mary Lane Blissfield, Mich. 

Jessie Fremont Lee Garreltsville. 

Sarah Elizabeth Lee Fulton, N.Y. 

LucY/D. Lowe Shelby. 

Mary Ella Manley Oberlin. 

Josephine Marcy Springfield, Pa. 

Agnes Marshall Sandusky. 

Metta Grace Maxwell Sandusky. 

Eleanor McDermott Wellington. 

Mary Effie McWade Oberlin. 

Hattie Metcalf Sidney. 

Emma Elizabeth Mills Portville, N.Y. 

Minnie Minton Tontogany. 

Alice Estelle Moore Osage, la. 

Frances Frederic.^ Munson Oberlin. 

Ella Minerva Nichols Corunna, Mich. 

Ida Niles Clyde. 

Nellie Gertrude Nye Buffalo, N.Y. 

Mary Charlotte Otis Hicksville. 

Adelaide Luella Packard La Porte, Ind. 

Florence Nightingale Packard La Porte, Ind. 



44 OBEBLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Nellie Palmer Fostoria. 

Caroline May Parmenter Vermontville, Mich. 

Annie Paull Calumet, Mich. 

Emily Ewing Peck Oberlin. 

Lizzie Emma Peck Michigan City, Ind. 

Mary Jane Peck Michigan City, Ind. 

Mary Cowles Penfield Oberlin. 

Minta Elizabeth Peters Pataskala. 

Mary Sabrina Pierson Hannibal, Mo. 

Minnie Portek Seville. 

Ella Juliette Radclifff. Clarksville, Tenn. 

Mary Frances Ramsey New Lisbon. 

Nellie Record Forestville, N. Y. 

Mary Lucinda Regai Oberlin. 

Louisa Roberts Greenville, Pa. 

Mattie Lelia Rood Oberlin. 

Alice Eugene Rozer Wellington. 

Alice May Sargent Loveil. 

Mae Louise Savage Churchville, N. Y. 

Emma Wood Schermerhorn Hu 'son, Mich. 

Ida Louisa Searlf Oberlin. 

Jessie Edith Shannon Lansingburgh, Mich. 

Helen Winnifred Shute San Francisco, Cal. 

May Nathalie Shute San Francisco, Cal. 

Henrietta Graves Smith Worthington, Minn. 

Jennie Mary Folsom Smith Maiden, 111. 

Lella Smith Oberlin. 

Susanna Chapman Smith ." M.nind City, Kan. 

Jane Snyder Oberlin. 

Lillian Sous St. Clair, Mich. 

Florence Amelia Somers ■ Golden Corners. 

Julia Spaulding Oberlin. 

Florence Elizabeth Sperkv Sherman, N. Y. 

Louie Marie Sperrv Sherman, N. Y. 

IVA Maria Sproulk Mt. Vernon. 

Carrie Elizabeth Stilson Clyde. 

Martha Eliza Stockweli Port Huron, Mich. 



OBEBLIN COLLEGE. 



45 



NAMKS. RESIDENCES. 

Elsie Ladora Stofer Oberlin. 

Hattie Putnam Streetf.k Oberlin. 

Ida LuciNA Stroup Wellington. 

Evalyn Amy Sweri' Avon. 

Florence Eleanor Taylok Hudson, Wis. 

Lillian Gertrude Towslee Lodi. 

Mary Elizabeth Trintek Vermillion. 

Nellie Florence Tupper Ottawa. 

Grace Loomis Upson Oberlin. 

Mary Id\ Van Cleef Wellington. 

Georgie May Wadswortu Wellington. 

May Edna Walworth South Bend, Ind. 

Lina Martha Weller Troy. 

Belle Virginia Wells Imlay City, Mich. 

LoiE Maria West Pittslkld. 

Kate Lord Wheeler Oberlin. 

Fanny Nancy Whippli Medina. 

Alice Mary Whitehead Pataskala. 

Effie Jane Wick Harrisville, Yn. 

Nellie Belle Wilcutt Cleveland. 

Panola Adelle Willcuti' Oberlin. 

Anna Knowles Willey Andover, Mass. 

Kate Hall Winship Pierpont. 

Carrie A. Wood Bellevue. 

Jennie Mary Woodworth Collins. 

Carrie Electa Wright Oberlin. 

Harriet Newell Wright Calumet, Mich. 

Ladies 203. 



mmmar^. 



I. DEPARTMENT OF THEOLOGY. 

Seniors i6 

Middles 9 

Juniors 16 

41 

11. DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY AND THE ARTS. 

I. CLASSICAL AND SCIENTIFIC COURSE. 

Seniors 28 

Juniors .' 35 

Sophomores 42 Gentlemei;. 133 

Freshmen 65 Ladies 37 

170 

2. LITERARY COURSE. 

Fourth Year 17 

Third Year 22 

Second V'car 18 

First Year 46 Ladies 103 

103 

3. IN .SELECT STUDIES. 

Gentlemen 16 

Ladies 31 

47 

in. DEPARTMENT OF PREPARATORY INSTRUCTION. 

I. CLASSICAL SCHOOL. 

Seniors 58 

Middles 86 Gentlemen 207 

Juniors 78 Ladies 15 

222 

2. ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

Gentlemen 122 

Ladies 168 

290 

IV. CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC. 

Gentlemen 6i 

Ladies 203 

264 

Total H37 

Deducting those 'reckotied twice (m^mhns of other Departments who 

.ire also enrolled in Conservatory of Music) 80 

Whole Number of Gentlemen 555 

Whole Number of Ladies 502 



Corrected total 1057 



Imv^sn d^ ^bb^. 



Department of Theology. 



The Department of Theology is designed, primarily, to prepare young men for 
the Christian ministry. Any others who desire the advantages of theological study 
are received to its classes on such terms as the Faculty may prescribe. The school 
is under the special patronage of the Congregational Churches, but is open to students 
of all denominations. 

Applicants for admission are expected to furnish satisfactory evidence of Christian 
character, and of such scholarship as will enable them successfully to pursue the 
studies of the course. Students from other Theological -Seminaries are admitted a^ 
eundem, on presenting a regular dismission; and any applicant may be admitted to ad- 
vanced standing on satisfactory examination in the studies already pursued by the 
class which he desires to join. 

The terms and vacations will be found in the Calendar. 

Council Hall, the building devoted to the use of this department, provides com- 
pletely furnished rooms for fifty students, with no charge for room rent, and but a 
small incidental fee. In assigning these rooms the preference will always be given 
to those who have the work of the ministry in view. Students in Theology incur no 
e.xpense for tuition or for the use of the Library. An incidental fee of $5.00 a term 
is charged to each student occupying a room in Council Hall, and one of $1.50 to 
members of the Department rooming elsewhere. Other expenses will vary accord- 
ing to the personal habits and tastes of each student. 

Aid is afforded by the American and Ohio Education Societies to such students 
as are preparing for the ministry. The Seminary has also a special fund for the aid 
of students, from which several may receive a partial support. The Classical and 
English Schools furnish employment for a few experienced teachers, at a reasonable 
compensation. After the completion of the first term of the middle year, students 
are permitted to supply vacant pulpits in the vicinity as opportunity may offer. 
During the summer vacation all the students may engage in preaching or other re- 
ligious work, as Churches or Home Missionary Societies call for their services. 
With reasonable prudence and economy any student may pursue his course without 
interruption or embarrassment. 



48 OBEBLIN COLLEGE. 



Candidates for admission to the Junior Class must present evidence of graduation 
from some College, or of such scholarship as will enable them to enter upon the 
course with profit. Those who do not bring a diploma will be examined in Greek, 
Logic and Rhetoric, Modern History, Mental and Moral Philosophy. 

COURSE OF STUDY. 

This occupies three years and is thus arranged: 

JUNIOR YEAR. 

Professor Ballantinb gives instruction in Hebrew and Old Testament Exegesis throughout 
the year. 

Professor Smith (for the present) lectures on the Harmony of the Gospels and on the The- 
ology of the New Testament. 

Peesident Fairchild lectures during the latter half of the year on Natural Theology, Evi- 
dences of Christianity, and the Authority and Inspiration of the Scriptures 

Professor Smith gives an introductory course of lectures on the History of the Church. 

MIDDLE YEAR. 

Presidrnt Fairchild lectures upon Systematic Theology during the Fall and Winter terms. 

Professor Ballantine continues his instruction in Hebrew E.xegesis and lectures on the 
Literature of the Old Testament. 

Professor Mead gives an introductory course of Lectures in Homiletics, including Criticism 
of Sermon Plans, during the latter part of the year. 

Professor Smith lectures on the History of the .-Vncient Church, during the Spring term. 
Origin and Planting of the Christian Church and its Spread in the midst of the Ancient Civilizations. 

Professor Mead (for the present) lectures on the Epistles and New Testament Introduction. 

SENIOR YEAR. 

Professor Smith lectures on the History of the Mediaeval and Mudern Church and the His- 
tory of Doctrines during the Fall and Winter terms, and on Positive Institutions in the Spring 
term. 

Professor Mead lectures on Invention of Material and Preparation of Sermons, and conducts 
exercises consisting of the Delivery and Criticism of Written and Extempore Sermons during the 
Fall and Winter terms; also lectures on Pastoral Theology during the Spring term. 

President Fairchii.d lectures during the Spring term on the Various Forms of Skepticism. 

Rhetorical exercises, consisting of the reading of essiys, the delivery of original 
addresses, written and unwritten, and the extemporaneous discussion of questions, 
occur weekly, in which the members of all the classes participate. Special promi- 
nence is given to extemporaneous speaking, or the delivery of thoughts prepared but 
not written and committed to memory. Once each month there is a public exercise, 
at which papers upon important theological questions are read by members of the 
Middle and Senior classes, followed by remarks from different members of the Fac- 
ulty. Special attention can be given to Church Music. The Conservatory classes 
in Choral Singing are free to all members of the department. 

Catalogues coniaining fuller particulars in rt-ference to this department may be ob- 
tained free by addressing the Secretary of the College, Mr. J- B. T. M.\rsh, Ober- 
lin, Ohio. 



Department of Philosophy and the Arts, 



CLASSICAL AND SCIENTIFIC COURSE. 

Candidates for admission to the Freshman class are examined in the common 
English branches ; the Grammar of the Latin and Greek languages ; Caesar, two 
books ; Sallust's Catiline ; five of Cicero's Select Orations ; Virgil's /Eneid, five 
books ; Jones' Latin Prose Composition ; Xenophon's Anabasis, three books ; 
Homer's Iliad, three books ; Jones' Greek Prose Composition ; Olney's School Al- 
gebra, or an equivalent ; Olney's Plane Geometry ; English Analysis ; Ancient His- 
tory ; History of the United States, and Alden's Science of Government. 

Candidates for a higher standing are examined in the same, and also in the 
studies previously pursued by the class to which they desire admission. 

Students who have been unable to prepare for college in Greek will be admitted 
to the Freshman class if they are in advance in some other studies, and will have op- 
portunity to make up the Greek afterwards. 

No admission to the -Senior class is allowed later than the beginning of the second 
term. 

During the Sophomore and Junior, and the first term of the Senior years, four 
studies are assigned to each term. Each student is required to elect three of these. 

The Annual Exammations for admission to College for 1881 will occur June 20, 
21, and 22, also September 13, at nine o'clock, in No. 8 French Hall. 

FRESHMAN CLASS. 

FIRST TERM. 

Latin Livy, Book 21— Capes. Exercises in writing Latin. 

Greek Xenophon's Memorabilia. Prose Composition. Synta.x of the Verb, as 

given by Hadley and Goodwin. » 

Mathe.matics Olney's Solid and Spherical Geometry. 
Rhetoric During the year, E.\ercises in English Composition, Written Translations 

and Declamations, and one original, public Oration. 
The Bible Lectures each week through the year, upon the Book of (lenesis, the 

Primeval Age, and the Patriarchal History. 

SECOND TERAL 
Latin Cicero's De Senectute and De Amicltia— Crowell. Prosody. E.xercises 

in writing Latin. 
Greek Greek Historians— Fernald. Formation of Words. Prose Composition. 

Idioms. Outlinesof Greek History and Literature. 
Mathematics. . . Olney's University Algebra, Part Third. 

THIRD TERM. 

Latin Horace, Odes and Epodes-Chase. Prosody. Exercises in writing Latin. 

Greek Orations of Lysias-Stephens. Review of Inflections. Reading for 

Quantity. 
Mathematics.. . Trigonometry, Plane and Spherical. Surveying and Navigation-Loomis. 



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50 


OBERLIN COLLEGE. 




SOPHOMORE CLASS. 




FIRST TERM. 


Latin 


. . Tacitus — All of Champlin's Selections. History of Rome — Merivale. 


Greek 


. . Homer's Odyssey — Merry. Etymology. Lectures on Philology. 


German 


. German Grammar — Whitney. Prose Composition. Translation and 




Reading. 


Mathematics. 


. .Olney's General Geometry and Calculus. 


Rhetoric 


. . During the year. Written Translations, six Essays, three Declamations, 




and one original public Oration. 


The Bible 


. ..Lectures each week through the year, on the Later Books of the Penta- 




teuch, and the early History of Israel. 




SECOND TERM. 


Latin 


. . Satires of Horace and Juvenal. Roman Antiquities. 


German 


. Translation and Reading continued. Syntax of the Verb — Whitney. 


Physics 


..Mechanics — Snell's Olmsted. Motions and Forces. Machines. The Pen- 




dulum. Projectiles. Strength of Materials. 


Rhetoric 


. Hepburn's Manual. Invention. Style. Forms of Discourse, (Seven. 




weeks. ) 


Evidences 


. . Lectures on Evidences of Christianity. Answer to Modern Forms of 




Skepticism. (Five weeks.) 




THIRD TERM. 


Greek 


. Greek Tragedy. Written Translations. Religion, Literature and Art of 




the Greeks. 


German 


. .Word Formation. Schiller's " Wilhelm Tell" — Buchheim. 


Physics 


. Olmsted's Natural Philosophy. Hydrostatics. Pneumatics. Acoustics. 




Electricity. Heat and Light. Experimental Lectures and Dem- 




onstrations. 


Botany 


. Gray's Lessons and Manual. Practice in collecting and identifying Plants. 




JUNIOR CLASS. 




FIRST TERM. 


Latin 


..Comedies of Plautus and Terence. Pliny's Letters. History of Early 




Roman Literature. 


French 


. . Keetel's Collegiate Course in French. Composition. Translation and 




Reading. New Testament. 


Astronomy .... 


. . Snell's Olmsted. Geography of the Heavens. Use of Astronomical In- 




struments. 


Logic 


. .Deductive Logic, with E.xerciscs. Inductive Logic. 


Rhetoric 


. . During the year, five Essays, one original Oration before the class, and 




one public Oration. 


The Bible 


. . Lectures each week through the year, on the Poetical and Prophetical 




Books of the Bible. 




SECOND TERM. 


Greek 


. . Demosthenes' De Corona. Review of Syntax. Rhetorical Analysis. His- 




tory and Political Institutions of the Greeks. 


Mathematics. 


..Descriptive Geometry— Church. Principles of Perspective. Exercises 




in Mechanical Drawing. 


Chemistry 


..Lectures — Chemical Philosophy. Stoichiometry. History. Prepara- 




tion, Properties and Uses in the arts of Elements and Compounds. 




Daily class practice in the Laboratory. Roscoe's Elementary Chem- 




istry. 


Zoology 


. Comparative and Systematic Zoology. Study of Living and Cabinet 




Specimens — Nicholson and Lectures. 


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THIRD TERM. 

Latin Cicero's Philosophical Works or r.ucretius. History of Roman Litera- 
ture. 

Engineerinc, Civil Engineering. Adjustment and Use of Field Instruments. Trigo- 
nometrical and Topographical Surveying and Leveling. Free- 
hand Drawing. 

Chemistry Qualitative Analysis. Examination of Solutions, .Salts, Minerals, Ores, 

Compounds, etc. Jones's Practical Chemistry. 

PsYCHOLor,^ . . Nature of the Soul. Consciousness, Sense Perception, Memory and Im- 
agination — Porter, writh Lectures. Essays by the class. 

SENIOR CLASS. 
FIRST TERM. 

Greek Plato. Greek Philosophy. 

Psychology The Powers and Processes of Thought— Porter. Lectures on the Origin 

and Authority of the Intuitions, on the Feelings, and on the Will. 
(Ten weeks). 

English Lit History of the Language. Early English Literature. Lectures and 

Day's Introduction to English Literature. (Four weeks). 

Mineralogy Lectures — Crystallography, Classification, Descriptive Mineralogy, Blow- 
pipe Analysis and Determinative Mineralogy, with daily work in 
the Laboratory — Brush's Manual. 

Geology' .\stronomical. Dynamical, Structural and Historical Geology. Hand- 
ling and Special Study of 25 Minerals, 50 Lithological Specimens 
and 50 characteristic Fossils. Field Excursions and Reports. Le 
Conte and Lectures. 

Rhetoric During the year, two Themes a.ssigned, two Essays, and one public Ora- 
tion. 

The Bible Lectures each week through the year, upon the System of Doctrines 

contained in the Bible. 

SECOND TERM. 

English Lit Study of the Later Authors. Philosophy of English Literature— Day, 

Bascom, and Lectures. 

Ethics Moral Philosophy. Nature of Virtue. Theories of Obligation. Con- 
science. Government. Personal Rights and Duties — Fairchild. 
Lectures on International Law. 

Evidences Butler's Analogy. Study of the Text with the Analysis of the Argu- 
ment. Lectures *on English Deism. Scope of Butler's Work. 
Present Value of the Argument. (Seven weeks). 

History The beginnings of Modern History. States and Races of Europe. The 

Mediaeval Church and its Institutions. Political and Constitu- 
tional History of England and France. Lectures. (Five weeks). 

THIRD TERM. 

Economics Political Economy. Distribution. E.\change. Governmental Regula- 
tions. 

Art Lectures on Architecture, Painting, Sculpture and Music. 

Physiology Lectures — Anatomy, Human and Comparative Physiology, Special 

Senses, Food and Nutrition, Hygiene. 



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LITERARY COURSE. 

Candidates for admission to the First year are examined in English Grammar 
and Analysis; Arithmetic; Olney's School Algebra, or an equivalent; Latin Gram- 
mar and Jones's Reader; Ridpath's History of the United States; Geography. 

Candidates for advanced classes will be examined in the previous studies of the 
course. 

FIRST YEAR. 

FIRST TERM. 

Mathematics . . . Plane Geometry — Olney. 

Latin Caesar's Gallic War, one book. Syntax of Nouns. Parsing and Inflec- 
tion of Nouns and Verbs. Jones's Latin Composition, Lessons 
I to 14. 

Nat. Histokv. . . . Physical Geography — Guyot. 

Drawing Lessons in Linear Drawing. (Optional). 

Rhetoric Four Essays in Narration. 

The Bible Lectures each week through the year, on the Book of Genesis, the Prime- 
val Age and the Patriarchal History. 

SECOND TERM. 

Mathe.matics . ..Solid and Spherical Geometry — Olney. 

Latin Cicero's First and Third Orations against Catiline. Syntax of Verbs. 

Force of Subjunctives. Latin Composition, Lessons 14 to 28. 

HiSTORV. History of Rome — Smith. 

Rhetoric Four Essays in Description. 

THIRD TERM. 

Mathematics . ..Olney's University Algebra, Part Third. 

Latin Cicero s Orations for the Manilian Law and the Poet Archias. Review 

of Etymology and Syntax. Substantive Clauses. Latin Compo- 
sition, completed. 

Government ... .Alden's Text-book on the Science of Government. Illustrations on the 
subject from current events. 

Rhetoric Four Essays in Analysis and Comparison. 

SECOND YEAR. 

FIRST TERM. 

Mathem ATics ... Plane and Spherical Trigonometry — Loomis. Surveying. Use of In- 
struments. 
Latin Virgil's ^neid, two Books. Ancient Mythology and Geography. Pro- 
sody. 

History Freeman's Outlines of Universal History. 

Rhetoric One Essay and three Written Discussions. 

The Bible Lectures each week through the year, on the Later Books of the Penta- 
teuch and the Early History of Israel. 



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SECOND TERM. 

Physics Mechanics — Snell's Olmsted. Motions and Forces. Machines, Pro- 
jectiles, Strength of Materials. 

L.A.TIN Virgil's .^ineid, three Books. (Elective with French). 

French Keetel's Collegiate Course in French. Composition, Translation and 

Reading. (Elective with Latin). 

Rhetoric. Hepburn's Manual. Invention. Style. Forms of Discourse. (Seven 

weeks). 

Evidences Lectures on Evidences of Christianity. Answer to Modern Forms of 

Skepticism. (Five weeks). 

Rhetoric One Essay and three Written Discussions. 

THIRD TERM. 

Botany Gray's Lessons and Manual. Practice in Collecting and Identifying 

Plants. 

French Grammar completed. Translation and Reading. Petite Historic du 

Peuple Francais — Lacombe. (Elective with Latin). 

Latin Sallust's Catiline. Review of Grammar. Analysis and Parsing. (Elec- 
tive with French). 

Physics Olmsted's Natural Philosophy. Hydrostatics. Pneumatics. Acoustics. 

Electricity. Heat and Light. Experimental Demonstrations. 

Rhetoric Four Essays. 

THIRD YEAR. 

FIRST TERM. 

Astrono.mv Snell's Olmsted. Geography of the Heavens. Use of Astronomical In- 
struments. 

German German Grammar — Whitney. Prose Composition. Translation and 

Reading. (Elective with Latin). 

Logic Deductive Logic with E.\ercises. Inductive Logic— Jevons. 

Latin Livy, Book 21— Capes. Exercises in writing Latin. (Elective with 

German). 

Rhetoric Two Essays each term during the year. 

The Bible Lectures each week through the year, on the Poetical and Prophetical 

Books of the Bible. 

SECOND TERM. 

Chemistry Lectures — Chemical Philosophy. Stoichiometry. Properties of Ele- 
ments and Compounds. Daily Practice in the Laboratory. Ros- 
coe's Elementary Chemistry. 

Zoology Comparative and Systematic Zoology. Study of Livinc and Cabinet 

Specimens. Nicholson and Lectures. 

German Translation and Reading continued. Syntax of Verb Whitney. (Elec- 
tive with Latin). 

Latin Cicero's De Senectute and De Amicitia- Crowell. Exercises in writiiii: 

Latin. (Elective with German). 

THIRD TERM. 

PsYCHOLO(.Y Nature of the Soul. Consciousness. Sense Perception. Memory and 

Imagination Porter, with Lectures. Essays by the class. 

German Word-formation. Schiller's " Wilhelm Tell " - Buchheim. (Elective 

with Latin). 

English Lit Analysis of English Classics-Shakespeare. Milton, Wordsworth. Cole- 
ridge. 

Latin Horace, Odes and Epodes - Cha.se. Prosody. Exercises in writing 

Latin. (Elective with German). 



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FOURTH YEAR. 

FIRST TERM. 

Psychology The Powers and Processes of Thought — Porter. Lectures on the Intui- 
tions, Feelings and Will. (Ten weeks). 

English Lit. .. History of the Language. Early English Literature. Lectures, and 
Day's Instruction. (Four weeks). 

Geology Astronomical, Dynamical, Structural and Historical Geology. Hand- 
ling and special study of 25 Minerals, 50 Lithological Specimens 
and 50 characteristic Fossils. Field E.xcursions and Reports, Le 
Conte and Lectures 

History Guizot's History of Civilization. Reports upon assigned topics in Con- 
temporary History and Biography. 

Latin Tacitus. All of Champlin"s Selections. History of Rome. Merivale. 

P..HETORIC During the year, two Themes assigned, and two Essays. 

The Biblr Lectures each week through the year, on the System of Doctrines con 

tained in the Bible. 

SECOND TERM. 

English Lit.. .. Study of Later Authors. Philosophy of English Literature — Day, Bas- 
com, and Lectures. 

Ethics Moral Philosophy. Nature of Virtue. Theories of Obligation. Con- 
science. Government. Per.sonal Rights and Duties — Fairchild. Lec- 
tures on International Law. 

Evidences. .... Butler's Analogy. Text and Analysis. Lectures on English Deism. 
Scope of. Butler's Work. Present Value of the Argument. (Seven 
weeks). 

History. . The beginnings of Modern History. States and Races of Europe. The 
Medifeval Church and its Institutions. Political and Constitu- 
tional History of England and of France. Lectures. (Five 
weeks). 

THIRD TERM. 

Economics Political Economy. Production. Distribution. E.xchange. Govern- 
mental Regulations. 

Art Lectures on Architecture, Painting, .Sculpture and Music 

Physiology Lectures — Anatomy, Human and Comparative Physiology, .Special 

Senses. Food and Nutrition, Hygiene. 

Each class in the Department of Philosophy and the Arts meets once a week 
for lessons in the English Bible and once for Rhetorical Exercises. Public Rhe- 
torical Exercises, consisting of orations and essays, are held in the College Chapel 
monthly, in which students of the Classical and Scientific Course take part in turn. 

Students are expected to be provided with Smith's Classical Dictionary and 
Dictionary of Antiquities, and a Classical Atlas. The following Lexica are used: 
Latin — Andrew's, revised edition, or White's. Greek — Liddell & Scott's, sixth 
edition, or the abridged edition with Whiton's Appendices. German — Whitney, 
Flugel, or Adler. French — Spiers and Surrenne. The English method of pro- 
nunciation is followed in Latin, and the Continental method in Greek. 



Department of Preparatory Instruction, 



CLASSICAL SCHOOL. 

The Classical Preparatory School is under the same general supervision with 
the other departments, and under the immediate direction and management of the 
Principal. The members of this school are subject to the same regulations as other 
students in the College. It is designed to prepare students for the Classical and 
Scientific Course iu the Department of Philosophy and the Arts. 

The regular classes are taught by the Principal and Tutors; the other classes 
by teachers selected from those students in Theology who have received the degree 
of Bachelor of Arts. 

To enter the Junior Class, students will be examined in English Grammar 
through Syntax, Arithmetic through Percentage, and the Elements of Geography. 
Candidates for a higher standing will be examined in the studies previously pursued 
by the class to which they desire admission. 

JUNIOR CLASS. 

First Term Latin Grammar Allen & Greenough. 

Latin Reader, Jones. 

English Grammar . ■ Harvey. 

Geography Colton. 

Second Term.. Latin Reader, contmued • Jones. 

English Analysis • Greene. 

History of the United States Ridpath. 

Third Ter.m. . .C3esar, one Book .Stuart. 

History of the United States Ridpath. 

Arithmetic White. 

Latin Grammar .-)nd Composition, as indicated in the Reader, throughout 
the year. 



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MIDDLE CLASS. 

First Term Csesar, one Book— Stewart. Synta.\ of the Noun. Parsing and Inflection. 

Of Nouns and Verbs. 

Latin Prose Composition— Lessons i to 14 Jones. 

Greek Grammar, to Contract-Verbs Hadley. 

Greek Lessons ^o\sc. 

Science of Government Alden. 

Second Ter.m . .Cicero, two Orations— Allen & Greenough. Synir.v of the \eth Force of 
Subjunctives. 

Latin Prose Composition, to Lesson 28 Jones. 

Greek Lessons and Anabasis— Boise. Contract and Irregular Verbs 

History of Rome ..Smith. 



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Third Term . . .Cicero, three Orations — Allen & Greenough, Analysis and Parsing. Sub- 
stantive Clauses. 

Latin Prose Composition, completed Jones. 

Anabasis, continued — Boise. Analysis of Verb Forms. 
History of Greece Smith. 

SENIOR CLASS. 

First Term Virgil's ^ILneid, two Books - Chase. Mythology and Geography. Prosody. 

Greek Prose Composition Jones. 

Anabasis, continued — Boise. Syntax of Nouns. Analysis and Parsing. 

Algebra Olney. 

Second Term.. Virgil's .^Eneid, three Books — Chase. Analysis and Parsing. F'ormation 
of Words. 

Anabasis, completed Boise. 

Algebra Olney. 

Third Ter.m . . . Sallust's Conspiracy of Catiline Stuart. 

Homer's Iliad, three books Boise. 

General Review of Grammar. 

Plane Geometry Olrey. 

The object of the linguistic instruction in this department is to secure a perfect 
command of the forms of words in English, Greek and Latin; with such attention 
as is possible to Syntax, Prosody, History and Geography. 

Other text books than those specified are not allowed in the recitation room. 
Lessons in the English Bible, and Rhetorical Exercises, weekly through the course. 



ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

The English Preparatory School is under the same general supervision with 
the other departments, and under the immediate direction and management of 
the Principal. The members of this School are subject to the same regulations as 
other students in the College. It is particularly designed to prepare students for 
the Literary Course in the Department of Philosophy and the Arts, but offers the 
usual privileges of an academy to students who can spend but one or two terms at 
school. Especial attention is devoted to the needs of those who are preparing to 
teach. No students are admitted who have not advanced as far as Fractions in 
Arithmetic. 

The classes are taught by Tutors and by teachers selected from the Theological 
and higher College classes. 

To enter the Senior class, students will be examined in English Grammar 
through Syntax, Arithmetic and Geography. 

SENIOR CLASS. 

First Ter.m . . .Algebra Olney. 

Latin Grammar Allen & Greenough. 

Latin Reader ' Allen & Greenough. 

English Analysis Greene. 

Second Term . .Algebra Olney. 

Latin Reader, Jones. 

History of the United States Ridpath. 



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Third Term . . . Algebra; Olney. 

Latin Reader Jones. 

History of the United States Ritlpath. 

Classes are organized each term in the following studies: 

Arithmetic— Olney's, two classes. White's Complete. 

Grammar — Harvey's, three classes. Greene's Analysis. 

Geography — Colton's, two classes. 

Elocution and Rhadinc; -National Fifth Reader. 

Algebra — Olney's School, three classes. 

Geometry — Olney's, two classes. 

Natural Philosophy — Avery. 

Physiology — Dalton. 

Lessons in the English Bible, and Rhetorical E.xercises, weekly, for all the 
students in the School. 



Drawing and Painting, 



A commodious room in French Hall is devoted to the use of this department. 

PENCIL DRAWING 

Comprises free-hand and object drawing, linear, perspective, and studies from 
nature. 

CRAYON, 

Studies of head and figure; studies of animals, etc.; also crayon portraits, 
drawing from casts in both. 

OIL PAINTING. 
Landscape and marine studies, figures, animals, fruit and flowers. 



IN WATER COLORS 

A specialty is made of flower painting from nature. 

Decorative work is done in both oil and water colors. 

At the Annual Commencement, in June, an Exhibition is held of work done 
by the pupils during the year; and it is expected that the drawings and paintings 
will not be sent home until after that time. 

All members of the Literary Course receive one term of instruction in drawinc 
free. 



Conservatory of Music, 



This Department is under the same general management as the other Depart- 
ments, and under the special supervision of the Director. 

Students in the Conservatory are subject to the regular College discipline. 



COURSE OF STUDY. 



HARMONY. 



Scales, botli Major and Minor, Intervals and their Inversions, Chords in their various 
relations. Part-writing, Modulation, Choral, Single and Double Counterpoint, Composition, 
and Analysis of Musical Works. 



The following is an outline of the mechanical part of the course pursued here: 

PIANO FORTE. 

Duvernoy, op. 120. 

Czerny, op. 636. 

Heller, op. 46. 

Spindler, op. 141. 

Selections from Heller, op. 45 and 16. 

Le Couppey, op. 20. 

Selections from Krause, op. 5, and Loeschhorn, op. 66, in connection with Czerny, op. 
299, appro.x'imating metronome time. 

KuUak's Octave School. 

Jensen, op. 32. 

Cramer's Fifty .Studies (Von Bulow's edition). 

Besides these, selections from Loeschhorn, op. 38, 52 and 67, Schmidt, op. 16, and 
Czerny, op. 740, will be used at the discretion of the teachers. 

The iesthetic development will be made to keep pace with the above by the study of 
Sonatas, Salon-pieces, Trios (with stringed instruments). Concertos and other works, with 
orchestral accompaniment by the best composers. 

CULTIVATION OF THE VOICE. 

Careful instruction is given in the use of the voice, and the correct manner of producing 
a good tone; thorough drill in Technical E.vercises, .Solfeggios, Vocalises, etc., to give 
control over, and flexibility to the voice: and practice in singing the best English, German, 
Italian and French Songs, Operatic Arias and .Solos from the Oratorios, for expression and 
the development of a pure style. 



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ORGAN. 

Selections from Rink's and Ritter's Organ Schools. 

Pedal Technics — Thayer. 

Pedal Studies — Volkmar. 

Studies in Pedal Phrasing — Buck. 

Trios, op. 20, Richter, and op. 39, Merkel. 

Fugues from the Well-Tempered Clavier, arr. by Van Eyken — Bach. 

Selections from Mendelssohn's Sonatas, Preludes and Fugues, Ritter's Sonatas, Bach's 
Organ Works. 

Miscellaneous selection.-, from the works of Guilmanl, Buck, Smart, G. Ad. Thoma.%> 
Best, Freyer, Richter, Hesse, Rilter and others. 

Exercises in playing Church Music, Voluntaries, accompanying Choirs, Registration, 
etc., including all that is necessary to give one a thorough mastery over the organ for 
Church or Concert use. 



VIOLIN. 

Pupils receive careful instruction as to the correct manner of holding the Violin, using 
the bow, and producing a good tone. 

The course comprises, besides David's School, Etudes by Wichtel, Kay.ser, Kreulzer, 
Prume, etc., with selections from the compositions of Alard, Rode, De Beriot, Sphor, Lafont, 
Schumann, Schubert, Weber, Mozart and Beethoven. 

Viola and Violoncello are also taught, and pupils who are sufficiently advanced in the 
study of any of these instruments will have an opportunity for practice in siring quartettes, 
trios, concertos, and the Conservatory Orchestra. 

The length of time necessary for the completion of this Course cannot be slated 
definitely, but will vary from three to five years. All students completing the 
Course in four of the above branches are awarded Diplomas by the College, pro- 
vided they have presented to the Director satisfactory evidence of proficiency in the 
fundamental branches of an English education. No one will be graduated who has 
pursued less than three of the above branches. 

Weekly rehearsals are given, at which pupils who are competent are expected 
to perform. Pupils must furnish or rent their instruments for practice. Pianos 
can always be rented in town at reasonable rates. Students in other departments, 
taking lessons in music, are required to make their arrangements with the Director 

Catalogues, containing full particulars concerning this department, can be ob- 
tained by addressing the Director, Prof. F. R. Rice, Oberlin, Ohio. 



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ADMISSION. 

The educational facilities at Oberlin have always been open to all applicants, 
without regard to sex or color. The student, in every department, pursues his 
studies in his private room, and meets with his class in the public room for recita- 
tion. No arrangement is made for those who have not sufficient maturity and 
self-control to study profitably under these conditions. Both sexes recite in the 
same classes when pursuing the same studies. 

Candidates for admission to any of the departments must furnish satisfactory 
evidence of good character; and those coming from other institutions must bring a 
certificate of honorable dismission. None are admitted to full membership until 
they have honorably passed a probation of six months. None will be received 
under sixteen years of age, unless committed to the care of some approved resident 
of the place, after special arrangement with the Faculty. 

REGULATIONS. • 

The regulations of the Institution are few and simple, appealing to the student's 
self-respect and personal responsibility. He is required to abstain from the use of 
tobaccco and intoxicating drinks. Secret societies are not allowed in connection 
with the College. No student is allowed to visit one of tlie other sex at a private 
room, except by special permission in case of severe sickness. 

RELIGIOUS EXERCISES. 

All students are required to attend Church twice on the Sabbath, and to attend 
daily prayers in the evening at the Chapel, and in the morning with the families in 
which they boai'd. Every class has a weekly exercise in the English Bible, which 
all are required to attend. 

There is a weekly prayer meeting on Monday evening for all young people, 
conducted by the students; and a weekly prayer meeting for each class, conducted 
by one of the teachers. 

EXAMINATIONS. 

At the close of each term, the classes are examined in the studies of (hat term, 
and at the end of the year there are general examinations, oral and written, in all 
departments. 

Every recitation and examination is marked, and a record is kept by the Faculty 
of the attainments of each student, and also of his delinquencies. Information 



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concerning his progress and deportment is, when requested, communicated to the 
parent or guardian. 

DEGREES AND DIPLOMAS. 

The degree of Bachelor of Divinity is conferred upon the graduates of ihe 
Department of Theology ; that of Bachelor of Arts upon the graduates of the Clas- 
sical and Scientific Course in the Department of Philosophy and the Arts. The 
degree of Master of Arts is conferred upon any Bachelor of Arts of three or more 
years standing, who has been engaged in literary or scientific pursuits, and has sus- 
tained a good moral character. Diplomas, certifying the successful completion of 
the prescribed course of study, are given to the graduates of the Literary Course in 
the Department of Philosophy and the Arts, and to the graduates of the Conserva- 
tory of Music. Graduates from the full course in either Department, and ihose re- 
ceiving the degree of Master of Arts, pay a diploma fee of $5.00 each. 

LIBRARIES. 

The Libraries connected with the College number over fifteen thousand vol- 
umes, and are constantly receiving additions. They are made doubly valuable \.o 
students by the counsel and assistance of a very competent librarian. 

CABINETS. 

The Cabinets in Geology and Natural History amply illustrate the branches of 
Mineralogy, Lithological Geology, Palaeontology, Archaeology, Radiate Life, Amer- 
ican and Foreign Shells and Insects, and many branches of Vertebrate Life. Kx- 
tensive and valuable additions have been recently made to these collections. 

CHEMICAL LABORATORY. 

Ample facilities are afforded students for special study in Chemistry. The Labo- 
ratories are well equipped with conveniences — furnished work-tables, water and gas 
supplies, fine balances and apparatus for both general and special analytical work. 
Students pursuing the General Course in Chemistry may in addition elect the Ex- 
perimental Course in Laboratory Practice. The second term in Chemistry, elective 
to members of the Junior class, is devoted to general Qualitative Analysis. Special 
and post-graduate students desiring to pursue a further course in advanced chemical 
work, can do so by arrangement with the Professor of Chemistry. 

The facilities afforded in the pursuit of Mineralogy are : an extensive Mineralog- 
ical cabinet, a large collection of crystal models, and convenient blowpipe tables 
furnished with the best apparatus. 

LECTURES. 

In addition to the lectures announced in the Courses of Study, Practical Lec- 
tures on General. Habits, Methods of Study, and other important subjects, are de- 
livered once in two weeks to the young women, by the Principal of the Ladies' De- 
partment, and to the young men of the I'reparatory Schools by the Principal of 
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A lecture is given in the College Chapel to the students of all departments 
each Thursday afternoon. These lectures discuss a wide range ot topics, and are 
delivered in turn by the President and Professors, and by invited speakers from 
abroad. 

PENMANSHIP. 

Arrangements are made to furnish instruction in Penmanship, under a perma- 
nent and approved teacher. A pleasant and commodious room in Tappan Hall is 
devoted to classes in writing. For terms see table of extra charges, or address the 
Instructor in Penmanship. 

FACILITIES FOR SELF-SUPPORT. 

The College does not furnish manual labor to students. Diligent and faithful 
young men can usually find employment in the village, with satisfactory compensa- 
tion, for all the time that they can profitably spare from their studies. A large 
number earn enough from term to term to meet a great part of their expenses — by 
working at trades, doing chores at private houses, taking care of gardens, sawing 
wood, teaching school in vacation, etc., etc. A few yoiing men find employment 
in the care of the college buildings. Occasionally a student by rigid economy and 
hard work is able to meet all of his expenses, while studying, from liis earnings. 
But in such case his health or his studies are almost sure to suffer. No one should 
come, even for one term, expecting to support himself, without at least twenty-five 
dollars at his command to use as needed. .Special arrangements are made so that 
those students who are obliged to teach in the Winter, can make up the studies of 
the Winter term in the .Summer vacation, under the instruction of members of the 
P'aculty. Free tuition is furnished to a limited number of self-supporting students, 
as provided for in the list of scholarships enumerated elsewhere, and the College 
has funds for otherwise aiding certain classes of needy students, to some extent. 
But the chief advantage it can offer indigent students is the very low rate at which 
all its facilities are afforded. 

LADIES' DEPARTMENT. 

Young women in all the departments of study are under the supervision of the 
Principal of the Ladies' Department, and the management of the Ladies' Board. 
They are required to be in their rooms after eight o'clock in the evening during the 
Spring and Summer months, and after half-past seven during the Fall and Winter 
months. 

Every young woman is required to present, once in two weeks, a written re- 
port of her observance and her failures in the observance of the regulations of the 
department, signed by the matron of the family in which she boards. These re- 
ports, together with the marks of her recitations, are recorded by the Principal, 
and are open at all times for the inspection of the Faculty, the Ladies' Board, and 
all friends interested. 



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ROOMS AND BOARD. 

Rooms and table board can be had in the college buildings or in private 
families as preferred. 

The Ladies' Hall has rooms for one hundred women, and a boarding hall 
for the accommodation of its occupants and of gentlemen rooming elsewhere. It 
is a fine brick building, with pleasant grounds, and easy of access to the recita- 
tion rooms. The Principal of the Ladies' Department, and the Assistant Principal, 
make their home here. Each room is intended for two occupants. It has a closet 
attached, and is furnished with inside blinds, air-tight wood stove, bedstead, spring 
bed, husk mattrass, carpet, wash-stand, chairs, non-explosive lamp, and other 
necesiary furniture except bedding. The latter the occupant furnishes herself; or, 
if desired, she can rent it on reasonable terms from the Superintendent. Each 
lady also furnishes her own towels and table napkins. Room rent in the Hall is 
$10.50 a term for each person. This pays, also, for lights, the privileges of the 
house, and the care of an excellent nurse in any ordinary sickness. Fuel is fur. 
nished — delivered in the room — as required, the charge being according to the 
amount consumed. No room will be considered engaged for any term, unless two 
dollars has been paid in advance on rent. This sum will be forfeited if the room is 
not taken, unless written notice is given to Mr. R. Hatch, Superintendent of the 
Hall, two weeks before the opening of the term. Any one leaving before the end 
of the term will not be entitled to a return of any part of the money paid for room 
rent. Room rent is payable each term in advance and table board each half term 
in advance, to the Superintendent of the Hall. Applications for admission to the 
Hall should be made to the Principal of the Ladies' Department. 

Young women purposing to live in private families are expected to consult the 
Principal before engaging their boarding places. Young women are allowed to 
board 'themselves, by making arrangements with the Principal beforehand. 

Rooms for young men, in Tappan Hall, are furnished with stove, table, chairs, 
wash-stand and bedstead. The charge — for two rooms — when occupied by only 
one person, is $4.00 a term ; when occupied by two persons, $2.50 each. 

None but students in the Theological Department are allowed to occupy rooms 
in Council Hall. 

Living expenses vary somewhat with the cost of provisions. Students who are 
willing to live plainly, can live at as low cost and as well, for the money, as in any 
other college. At present, table board at the Ladies' Hall is $2.45 per week, 
making cost of room and board at Ladies' Hall about $3.25 per week. In private 
families, table board and furnished rooms range in price, according to quality, from 
$2.50 to $4.00 per week ; fuel and lights extra. There is no difficulty in securing 
board and rooms at any time of the year. 

To meet the case of students who, from preference or necessity, wish to bring 
their expenses down to the lowest point consistent with healthful living, arrange- 
ments have been made for furnishing board and room for young women at Stewart 
Hall, corner of Main and Lorain streets, for $2.00 a week, or for $1.50 a week and 
two hours' work a day. Each room is furnished with bedstead, mattrass. tabic, 
chairs, stove and washstand. Bedding, and all other articles required for furnish- 
ing the room, aside from those just mentioned, are supplied by the occupant. The 



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table fare is of the best quality, but plain — dispensing with tea and coffee, and ex- 
pensive luxuries, for the sake of keeping the price at the lowest rate. Young men 
are furnished table board at Stewart Hall for $1.75 a week ; or board at Stewart 
Hall with room in Tappan Hall for $2.00 a week, or $1.50 a week and one and 
one-half hours' work a day. Under this arrangement it is believed students are 
able to live as cheaply as they can board themselves, while they escape the obvious 
disadvantages and deprivations of self-boarding. By means of it, and a similar 
economy in other expenditures, one hundred dollars can be made to meet all abso- 
lutely necessary expenses for tuition, incidentals, board, room, books, fuel, ligjits, 
and washing for a college year. 

EXPENSES. 

The following table exhibits a careful estimate of the usual expenses for a term 
of twelve weeks, in any department except the Theological, in which there is no 
charge for tuition, room rent or use of library. Thorough instruction in vocal 
music is free to all. Tuitition, incidentals, and all extra charges are payable each 
term in advance. Second-hand text-books can usually be purchased at the book- 
stores at largely reduced prices. 

Tutilion $3 00 $3 00 

Incidentals, (including use of Library and Gymnasium) 700 7 00 

Board, $1.75 to $3 00 per week 21 00 to 36 00 

Room Rent 3 00 to 12 00 

Fuel, Lights and Washing 4 00 to 15 00 

Books and Stationary 2 00 to 5 00 

$40 00 $78 00 

EXTRA CHARGES. 

Laboratory Practice $5 00 

Qualitative Analysis 10 00 

Mineralogy and Blowpipe Analysis 5 00 

Piano 15 00 

Organ 15 00 

Cultivation of the Voice 15 00 

Violin, Viola or Violoncello i S 00 

Harmony 6 00 

Use of Instrument, one hour per day $2 00 — 3 00 

Use of Musical Library i 00 — 3 00 

Oil Painting, with use of Models, thirty-five lessons 10 00 

Water Colors •. 6 00 

Crayon Drawing, fifty lessons 7 00 

Linear Perspective 6 00 

French or German, except in ihe Regular Courses 5 oo 

Penmanship, one term, one hour a day 5 00 

Penmanship, one month, constant practice 6 00 

Full Course in Practical, or Ornamental, Penmanship, each 20 00 

Full Course in both styles 30 00 

Students can deposit their money with the College Treasurer at the opening of 
the term, and draw it out from time to time in such sums as may be needed, after- 
ward. The officers of the College cannot, however, undertake to exercise any spe- 
cial supervision of the individual expenditures of students. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 65 



RAILWAY FARES— REDUCED RATES. 

Arrangements hive been made with the Lake Shore & Michigan Southern 
Railway, by which students wishing to make vacations visits home can procure 
round trip tickets from Oberlin to any point on that road between Buffalo and 
Chicago, or to any point on its branch lines to Oil City, Pa., Youngstown, O., 
Detroit, Lansing, and Grand Rapids, Mich., and return, at the special rate of two 
cents a mile. 

GYMNASIUMS. 

The College has two well-equipped gymnasiums — one for young men and one 
for young women — in which students are required to take exercise with their re- 
spective classes, unless excufed because of manual labor. 

LOCATION AND SURROUNDINGS. 

The College is located at Oberlin, Lorain county, Ohio, a pleasant and health- 
ful village of some four thousand inhabitants, thirty miles west of Cleveland. Situ- 
ated on the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway, it is easily accessible 
from all parts of the country. The place was founded as a home for the College, 
and the population consist chiefly of those who have been drawn there by educa- 
tional attractions. This gives it a special atmosphere of culture and good order, 
while as a home for students it is remarkably free from the temptations and dangers 
often surrounding school life. There are no drinking saloons in town. But those 
who seek bad company will find it — or make it — anywhere, and the College does 
not offer itself as a reformatory for young people who are to3 wayward for home 
restraints. The churches of the place consist of two Congregational — numbering 
some six hundred members each — two Methodist, one Protestant Episcopal, and 
one Baptist. Each student attends the church of his choice. 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

A student can enter at any time, but it is specially desirable to be present, if 
possible, at the opening of the term. No money is refunded to a student who 
leaves before the close of the term, except in cases where one is excused from his 
classes, within two weeks of the opening of the term, on account of his own sick- 
ness, in which event a part of his term bills— about one-half— will be refunded. 
A student taking a regular course, and absent for a full term, is required to pay the 
tuition fee for that term, if he maintains his standing with his class. 

Students who do not wish to take a full course, can select such studies in any 
department as they are prepared to pursue to advantage. 

Opportunities are afforded by the lecture courses, that are kept up through the 
most of the college year, to hear the best lecturers in the land ; and choice musical 
entertainments are furnished, from time to time, in connectiou with the Conserva- 
tory. 

Letters of inquiry may be addressed to the Secretary of the College, Mr. J. B. 
T. Marsh, Oberlin, Ohio. 



Ptl^tilar$l^ips. 



The College has the following Scholarships, which are available in the assistance 
of students, as specified: 

Trustees' Scholarships. — Voted by the Board of Trustees, and furnishing 
free tuition ($3.00) each term to twenty-five self-supporting students. 

Hinchman Scholarships. — Founded by Miss Jane Hinchman, of Philadel- 
phia, and furnishing free tuition {$3.00) to ten self-supporting young women. 

Avery Scholarships. — Founded by the executors of the estate of Rev. Charles 
Avery, of Pittsburgh, Penn., and furnishing free tuition ($3.00) to fifty "indigent 
and worthy " colored students. 

Finney Scholarship. — Founded by Mrs. Caroline Phelps Stokes, of New 
York City, and yielding the interest on $1,250, for a colored student preparing for 
missionary work in Africa. 

Howard L. Valentine Scholarship. — Founded by Mrs. Lucy H. Valentine, 
of Mountainville, N. Y., and yielding the interest on $1,000 to a self-supporting 
young woman. 

Butler Scholarship. — Founded by Mrs. Mahala Butler, of Winchendon, 
Mass., and yielding the interest on $1,000, for the assistance of young men study- 
ing for the ministry. 

Painesville Scholarship. — Founded by the Congregational Church of Paines- 
ville, Ohio, and yielding the interest on $1,000, for the assistance of young men 
studying for the ministry. 

The Avery Fund. — Established by the executors of the estate of Rev. Charles 
Avery, of Pittsburgh, Penn., and yielding the interest on $6,000, for the aid of 
" indigent and worthy " colored students. 

The Jones Fund. — Originating in a bequest by Miss Jones, of Syracuse, 
N. Y., and since increased by the donations of others, which yields the interest on 
$1,000, to be loaned to self-supporting young women. 



iaij-noait. 



U|. 



TERMS AND VACATIONS. 
1880. 

Fall Term begins Tuesday, Sept. 14. 

Winter Vacation begins Tuesday, Dec. 21. 

18S1. 

Winter Term begins :... Tuesday, Jan. 4. 

Spring Vacation begins Saturday, March 26. 

Spring Term begins Tuesday, April 5. 

Summer Vacation begins Thursday, June 30. 

Fall Term begins Tuesday, Sept. 13. 



PUBLIC OCCASIONS. 
1881. 

Junior Exhibition Friday, April 15. 

Union Exhibition of the Ladies' Literary Societies Wednesday. June 14. 

Exhibition of the Senior Preparatory Class Wednesday, June 22. 

Exhibition of the Conservatory of Music Thursday, June 23. 

Address to the Theological Alumni Friday, June 24. 

Commencement, Department of Theology Saturday, June 25. 

Baccalaureate Sermon Sunday, June 26. 

Address before the Missionary Society Sunday, June 26. 

Union Exhibition of the College Societies Monday, June 27. 

Address before the Literary Societies Monday, June 27. 

Commencement, Literary Course !!.. ...Tuesday, June 28. 

Address before the Society of Alumni Tuesday, June 28. 

Commencement, Classical and Scientific Course Wednesday, June 29. 



TABULAR VIEW OF THE EXERCISES 



DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY AND THE ARTS, 

FOR THE YEAR 1879-80. 



FALL TERM. 







8-9. 


9 — 10. 


10 — II. 


II — 12. 


« 






Latin 


Geometry 

Greek 


Greek 


J3 


vSoPHOMOKE . .. 

Junior 

Senior 

KiRST Vear. 




Calculus 




Astronomv 


F'rench 


Latin 


Lottie 




Mineralogy 


Greek 


Mental Philos. . 
Geometry 


Geology 

Latin 


Physical Geography 
Trigonometry 


Second Year. . 
Third Year . . 
Fourth Year. 


Outlines of History. 




ai** 


German 

Mental Philos. . 


Logic 

Geology 


3 

H 




Hist, of Civilization 





Saturday. — Freshman, Bible Exercise instead of Geometry; First Year, Bible Exercise instead 
of Physical Geography ; Sophomore, Bible Exercise instead of Greek ; Second Year, Bible 
Exercise instead of Trigonometry ; Junior and Third Year, Bible Exercise instead of Logic ; 
Senior and Fourth Year, Bible Exercise instead of Mental Philosophy. 

WINTER TERM. 







8^. 


9 — 10. 


10 — II. 


11 — IZ. 


., 


Freshman 




Algebra 


Latin 


Greek 


s . 


Sophomore . .. 

Junior 

Senior 


Mechanics 


Latin 


German 

Desc'tive Geom 
Eng. Literature 


Evidcs.&Rhet. 


Greek 


Zoology 


Chemistry 

Moral Philos 


■^r^ 




Butler— Mod. Hist. 


^.J 


First Year. . . 
Second Year, . 
Third Year .. 
Fourth Year. 


History of Rome. . . 








Evidcs.ARhet. 


«^ 








Chemistry 

Moral Philos. . 


eS 




Butler— Mod. Hist. 


Eng. Literature 







Saturday. — Freshman, Bible Exercise instead of Latin ; First Year, Bible Exercise instead of 
Geometry ; Sophomore and Second Year, Bible Exercise instead of Mechanics; Junior 
and Third Year, Bible E.xercise instead of Zoology ; Senior and Fourth Year, Bible 
Exercise iastead of Moral Philosophy. 

SPRING TERM. 







8-9. 


9 — 10. 


10 — II. 


II — 12. 


- 






Latin 


Trigonometry. . 
Botany 


Greek 


J3 


Sophomore . .. 
Junior 


Greek 


German 


Nat. Philos. . . 


Civil Engineering.. 




Ment. Philos, . 


•2" 


Lectures on Art. . . . 
Science of Gov't. . . . 


Physiologj' .... 


Pol. Economy. 


*■== 


First Year. .. 
Second Year.. 
Third Year .. 
Fourth Year 






Botany 


Nat. Philos... 


4i^ 


English Classics... 


German or Latin. . . 


Ment. Philos. . 


^ 




Physiology 


Pol. Economy. 







Saturday. — Freshman, Bible Exercise instead of Greek ; First Year, Bible Exercise instead of 
Latin ; Sophomore and Second Year, Bible E.xercise instead of Botany ; Junior and Third 
Year, Bible Exercise instead of Mental Philosophy; Senior and Fourth Year. Bible Exer- 
cise instead of Political Economy. 



Rhetorical Exercises through the year on Monday. First Year and Second Year, from 2 to 4 
P.M.; Freshman, Sophomore, Junior and Third Year, from ro to 12 a.m.; Senior and 
Fourth Year, from i to 3 p.m. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 

1881-82- 



CATALOGUE 



Officers and Students 



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COLLEGE YEAR, 



1881-82. 



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CHICAGO: 

BLAKELY, MARSH * CO., PRIXTKRS, 
l88j. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



Rev. JAMES H. FAIRCHILD, President. 

TERM EXPIRES 1882. 

JAMES MONROE Oberlin. 

J. E. INGERSOLL Cleveland. 

J. D. COX Cincinnati. 

DAN P. EELLS Cleveland. 

TERM EXPIRES 1S83. 
. E. J. GOODRICH Oberlin. 

F. C. SESSIONS.... Columbus. 

L. C. WARNER, M. D New York. 

ISAAC STONE Northampton, Mass. 

TERM EXPIRES 1884. 

Rev. R. G. HUTCHINS Columbus. 

E. W. METCALF Elyria. 

J. E. MARSHALL Sandusky. 

G. HENRY WHITCOMB Worcester, Ma.ss. 

TERM EXPIRES 1881;. 

Rev. MICHAEL E. STRIEBY Newark, N. J. 

URIAH THOMPSON Oberlin. 

Rev. WILLIAM B. BROWN Orange, N. J. 



TERM EXPIRES 1886. 

Rev. JOSIAH STRONG Hudson. 

A. B. NETTLETON Minneapolis, Minn. 

Rev. WOLCOTT B. WILLIAMS Charlotte, Mich. 

SETH H. SHELDON Cleveland. 

■ 

TERM EXPIRES 1SS7. 

J. G. W. COWLES .' Cleveland. 

WILLIAM SUMNER Cincinnati. 

T. L. NELSON Elyria. 

W. H. UPSON Akron. 



PRUDENTIAL COMMITTEE, 



Pres. J. H. FAIRCHILD. E. J. GOODRICH. 

URIAH THOMPSON. J. B. T. MARSH. 

Prof. JOHN M. ELLIS. Prof. G. W. SHURTLEFF. 

R. HATCH. 



J. B. T. MARSH, Secretary and Treasurer. 



Rev. G. P. KIMBALL, Financial Secretary. 



LADIES' BOARD OF MANAGERS. 



Mrs. a. a. F. JOHNSTON. Mrs. MARY B. SHURTLEFF, 

Mrs. MINERVA E. ELLIS. Mrs. HELEN M. RICE. 

Mrs. ELIZABETH S. xMEAD. Mrs. M. J. P. HATCH. 

Mrs. J. AUGUSTA SMITH. Mrs. ABBY VV. MARSH. 



Rev. HENRY MATSON. Librmuan. 



FACULTY. 



>-- 



Rev. JAMES H. FAIRCHILD, President, 

PROFESSOR OF THEOLOGY AND MORAL PHILOSOPHY. 
FINNEY PROFESSORSHIP. 



Rev. JOHN MORGAN, 

EMERITUS PROFESSOR OF NEW TEST.\MENT LITERATURE AND BIBLICAL THEOLOGY. 

Rev. JOHN M. ELLIS, 

PROFESrOR OF MENTAL PHILOSOPHY AND RHETORIC. 
STONE PROFESSORSHIP. 

Rev. CHARLES H. CHURCHILL, 

PROFESSOR OF MATHEMATICS AND NATUR.\L PHILOSOPHY^. 

Rev. JUDSON SMITH, 

PROFESSOR OF CHLRCH HISTORY ANIJ POSITIVE INSTITUTIONS, AND LECTURER 

ON MODERN HISTORY. 

GILES W. SHURTLEFF, A. M., 

PROFESSOR OF THE LATIN LANGU.\GE AND LITERATURE. 

FENELON B. RICE, D. M., 

PROFESSOR OF MUSIC. 

ALBERT A. WRIGHT, A. M., Ph. B., 

PROFESSOR OF GEOLOGY AND NATURAL HISTORY. 

JAMES K. NEWTON, A. M., 

PROFESSOR OF THE GERMAN AND FRENCH LANGU.YGES AND LITERATURES. 
FREDRIKA BREMER HULL PROFESSORSHIP. 

GEORGE H. WHITE, A. M., 

PRINCIPAL OK THE PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT, AND PROFESSOR OF 
ANCIENT LANGUAGES. 

Rev. WILLIAM G. BALLANTINE, 

PKOIESSOR OF OLD TESTAME.NT LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



Rev. SAMUEL H. LEE, 

PROFESSOR OF POLITICAL ECONOMY, AND FINANCIAL SECRETAR\. 

Rev. WILLL\M G. FROST, 

PROFESSOR OF THE CREEK L.\NGIAGE AND LITERATURE. 

Rev. G. FREDERICK WRIGHT, 

PROFESSOR OF NEW TESTAMENT LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE. 



Rev. ALBERT H. CURRIER, 

PROFESSOR OF SACRED RHETORIC AND PASTORAL THEOLOGY. 
HOLBROOK PROFESSORSHIP. 



FRANK F. JEWETT, A. M., 

ACTING PROFESSOR OF CHEMISTRY AND MINER.\LOQY. 

Rev. a. HASTINGS ROSS, 

SPECIAL LECTURER ON CHURCH POLITY. 

ELISHA GRAY, A. M., Ph. D.. 

PROFESSOR OF DYNAMIC ELECTRICITY. 

Rev. LYMAN B. HALL, 

TUTOR IN LATI.V. 

HENRY C. KING, A. B., 

TUTOR IX MATHEM.4.TICS. 



JOHN F. PECK, A. M. 

TUTOR IN GREEK. 



CHARLES B. MARTIN, A. M., 

TE.\CHER OF LATIN. 

CHARLES D. TENNEY. A. B. 

TEACHER OF GRAMMAR. 

JOHN R. NICHOLS. A. B.. 

TE.\CHER OF SCIENCE OF GOVERNMENT. 

Rev. WILLIAM B. CHAMBERLAIN. 

INSTRUCTOR IN VOCAL MUSIC AND ELOCUTION. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



CHARLES W. MORRISON, 

INSTRUCTOR IN PIANO -FORTE. 

HOWARD H. CARTER, 

INSTRUCTOR IN PIANO- FORTE. 

EDWARD B. PERRY, 

INSTRUCTOR IN PIANO-FORTE. 

SAMUEL H. BLAKESLEE, 

INSTRUCTOR IN SINGING. 

CHARLES A. HEYDLER, 

INSTRUCTOR IN ORCHESTRAL INSTRUMENTS. 

URIAH McKEE, 

INSTRUCTOR IN PENMANSHIP. 



Mrs. a. A. F. JOHNSTON, A. M., 

PRINCIPAL OF THE LADIES' DEPARTMENT, AND INSTRUCTOR IN HISTORY. 

Miss M. M. WRIGHT, A. M., 

ACTING PRINCIPAL OF THE LADIES' DEPARTMENT. 

Miss M. J. NETTLETON, 

ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL OF THE LADIEs' DEPARTMENT. 

Mrs. E. S. MEAD, 

INSTRUCTOR IN ENGLISH COMPOSITION. 

Miss F. F. RICE, A. M., 

TUTOR IN LATIN. 

Miss L. CELESTIA WATTLES, 

INSTRUCTOR IN PIANO AND HARMONY. 

Mrs. HELEN M. RICE, 

INSTRUCTOR IN VOCAL MUSIC. 

Miss ANNA M. WYETT, 

INSTRUCTOR IN PAINTING. 



Mrs. IDA B. BLAKESLEE, 

INSTRUCTOR IN PIANO-FORTE. 



^ipHrlmiml ul WI^Hrlo^^. 



FACULTY, 



JAMES H. FAIRCHILD, Pkesident. 
JOHN MORGAN. G. FREDERICK WRIGHT. 

JUDSON SMITH. ALBERT H. CURRIER. 

WILLIAM G. BALLANTINE. WILLIAM B. CHAMBERLAIN. 



STUDENTS. 



SENIOR CLASS. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. ROOMS. 

George Eugene Albrecht. ..Springfield ib Council Hall 

Military Academy, Berlin, Germany, 1873. 
MOTIER AcKLiN BuLLOCK Metamora, Mich 47 W. College st. 

Olivet College, 1876. 
JOHX Henry Hull Sandusky 22 S. Prolessor 8t. 

Oberlin College, 

Luci.\N EdmondDanks Cleveland 1 1 W. Lorain sL 

Henry Churchill King Hillsdale, Mich 28 Council Hall 

Oberlin College, 1879. 

James Henderson Kyle Urbana, 111 i Council Hall 

Oberlin College, 1878. 

Hor.^ce Sumner Lyman Forest Grove, Or.. . . 8 Council Hall 

Pacific University, 1878. 

Arthur Bradley Peebles.. . .Mason, Mich.. ..'.... 16 S.'. Professor st. 

Michigan Agriculturil College, 1S77. 

Alford Brown Pennim.-vn. . . .Woodburn, 111 25 Council Hall 

Oberlin College, 1879. 

Charles DANIEL Tenney Beverly, N.J n Council Hall 

Dartmouth College, 1S78. 

10. 

Seniors 





] 
8 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 


MIDDLE CLASS. 




NAMES. 


RESIDENCES. 


ROOMS. 


John Sumner Edmunds 


..Avon 


. 13 Council Hall 


Oberlin CoUeg-e, iSSo. 






Richard Bartlett Esten. . 


. .S. Attleboro', Mass.. 


.15 Council Hall 


Brown University, iS8o. 






Clarence Ross Gale 


. .Jamestown, N. Y . . 


..28 Council Hall 


Oberlin College, iSSo. 






Morgan PelagiusJones. . . . 


. . Wilkesbarre, Pa 


.22 Council Hall 


William Jones 


. .Racine, Wis 


.16 Council Hall 


Cook County Normal School, 


1876. 




Oramel William Lucas. . . . 


. .Canon City, Col.. . . 


. 7 Council Hall 


Oberlin Colleg-e, iSSo. 






John Richard Nichols. . . . 


. .Reading, N. Y 


. 8 W. Lorain st. 


Oberlin College, 1879. 






John Fisher Peck 

Oberlin College, 1871;. 


. .Oberlin 


. 8 W. Lorain st. 




Gregory John Powell 


. .Guelpti, Ont 


.21 Council Hall 










William Taylor 


. .Bangor, Me 


.20 Council Hall 


Henry Erjstest Thayer. . . . 

Oberlin College, 1878. 


. Freedom 


. I Council Hall 




James Merton Triffit 


. . Edinburgh! 


. 12 West St. 








Middles 




... ti. 


> 

JUNIOR CLASS. 




Laurin Cecil Anderson. . . 


. .Austin, Tex 


. 6 Council Hall 


Fisk University, 1S80. 






Fayette Gilman Appleton. 


. .Victory, Vt 


. 2 Council Hall 


Oberlin College, 






Elmer Delazon Bostwick. . 


. .Edinburgh 


.27 W. College St. 


Oberlin College, 18S1. 






DwlGHT Howard Clapp 


. .Kirtland 


.27 Council Hall 


Oberlin College, 1879. 






Alfred Ely Colton 


. . Hudson, Mich 


. 9 Council Hall 


Oberlin College, 1881. 






John Doane 


. .Charlestown, Mass. 


.26 Council Hall 


Harvard College, 1880. 






1 



OBERUX COLLEGE. 



.NAMES. RESIDENCES. ROOMS. 

Fred'k Clarendon Emerson. Union, Me 12 Council Hall 

Bates College, iSSi. 

Jesse Downey Foster Grand Ridge, 111 ... 17 N. Main st. 

Waynesburg: College, 1874. 

David Edgar French Oberlin 18 N. Professor st. 

d Oberlin College, 18S1. 

Philip Cady Hayden Hempstead, N. Y. . . . 5 Council Hall 

Oberlin College, 

Charles Craig Levan Shelby ville, Mo lo Council Hall 

Oberlin College, iSSi. 

Robert Scott Lindsay Montrose, Scotland. . 4 Council Hall 

Oberlin College, 18S1. 

Charles Augustus Mack. . . .Gilead, Conn 32 S. Professor st. 

Oberlin College. 

Daniel Magnus Red Wing, Minn.. . . 19 Council Hall 

Oberlin College, iSSi. 

George Washington MooRE.. Nashville, Tenn. ...17 Council Hall 

Fisk University, iSSi. 

Benjamin Forsyth Ousley. . .Bolivar, Miss 23 Council Hall 

Fisk University, iSSi. 

Charles Henry Scott Waterbury, Conn. . .24 Council Hall 

Hobart College, • 

Archibald Eugene Thomson . Medina 14 W. Lorain st. 

Oberlin College, iSSi. 



AcKREL Edgar White Winsor, Va 3 Council Hall 

Hampton Institute, 1S76. 

Juniors '9' 



^Bptrlmtnl txl yi^t\mtji^\\^ nnh ll^a jlrk. 



Classical Course. 



FACULTY. 



JAMES H. FAIRCHII.D, President. 

JOHN M. ELLIS. JAMES K. NEWTON. 

CHARLES H. CHURCHILL. SAMUEL H. LEE. 

JUDSON SMITH. WILLIAM G. FROST. 

GILES W. SHURTLEFF. FRANK F. JEWETT. 

ALBERT A. WRIGHT. ELISHA GRAY. 

Mrs. E. S. MEAD. 



STUDENTS. 



SENIOR CLASS. 

NAMES. RESlDENCliS. ROOMS. 

Almix Fr.\nklin Bartlett. .Stamford, N. Y 14 S. Pi-ofessor st. 

Newton WHixjvfARSH Bates. ..East Cleveland 4 N. Professor st. 

Dan Freeman Bradley Bangkok, Siam 18 W. College st. 

Arthur William Burt Oberlin 4 N. Professor st. 

Charles Henry Clague Dover 35)^ N. Mainst. 

William Hamilton Cowles. .Topeka, Kan 69 N. Main st. 

Paul Drennan Cravath Nashville, Tenn 12 N. Professor st. 

Charles Henry Dye Fort Madison, Iowa. 20 N. Main st. 

Noel Gale Faribault, Minn 36 W. Lorain st. 

Frank Howe Hill Elyria 13 E. Lorain st. 

Homer Milton Hill Senecaville 4 N. Professor st. 

Oliver Earle Hotchkiss. .. .South Kirtland 36 W. College st. 

John Chas. Fremont Jackson. Oberlin 75 N. Main st. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. n 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. KOOMS. 

Charles Albert Judsox Berlin Heights 13 E. Lorain st. 

Elmer Wales Matter Rrodhead, Wis 18 W. College st. 

Alfred McCaskey. Eldorado, Kan 6 E. Lorain st. 

Jamin Seth Morse Brownhelm 14^^ W. College st. 

Lewis Humphrey Pounds. . . .Oberlin 26 E. College st. 

Francis Marion Price Cottonwood Falls, Ks. 5 Spring st. • 

George Hartley Reid Monaghan, Ireland. .32 Tappan Hall 

Lewis Rogers Scott Wakeman 12 W. Lorain st. 

Arthur Leon Shumway. . . .Cleveland 52 Tappan Hall 

Norman Porter Willaru Plainview, Minn.... 6 College Place 

Alfred Augustus Wood West Bend, Wis. . . .45 E. College st. 

George Zimmerman Frederick, Md 17 Forest st. 

Sina Emilia Burt Akron 10 Elm st. 

Alice Minerva Cowles Topeka, Kan 69 N. Main st. 

Eva Lucinda Emery Prophetstovvn, 111.. . . 11 E. Lorain st. 

JosEPHiNK Laura Fish Berlin Heights Ladies' Hall 

Mary Hubbell . Mt. Vernon 34 E. College st. 

Lucy Adelaide Hutchings. ..Oberlin 7 Morgan st. 

Josephine Frances Krogman. Boston, Mass Ladies' Hall 

Minnie Eliza Maltby Oberlin 48 W. College st. 

Lizzie Emma Peck Michigan City, Ind..74 E. College st. 

Abbie-Krum Tuttle.. West Andover Ladies' Hall 

Florence Helen Tyler Warren Ladies' Hall 

Seoiors 36- 



JUNIOR CLASS. 

Frank George Alger Manchester, N. H. . .24 N. Professor st. 

Frederick Pomeroy Bemis. . .Davenport, Iowa 47 W. College st. 

Angelo Randolph Bonxey.. .Bronson, Mich 48 S. Main st. 

Herbert Wendell Boyd Amesbury, Mass. . .36 N. Main st. 

WiLLARD Parsons Boyd Amesbury, Mass 36 N. Main st. 

Charles DeWolfe Brower. .Bloomfield, N. J 36 N. Main st. 

Dalzell Adelbert Bunker. .Colebrook 48 S. Main st. 

Henry Northrup Castle Honolulu, II. 1 34 W. College st. 

James William Dow Cortland 6 W. Lorain st. 





12 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 


NAMES. 

Lafayette Asael Edwards. 

Stephen Sew all Estey 

James Thome Fairchild 

Claudius Buchanan French. 

James Henry Garnett 

Charles Dudley Green 

Charles Willard Hayes.. . . 

Alfred Henry' Howard 

John Leadingham, Jr 

Benjamin Oliver McMichael 

George Herbert Mead 

Joseph Cephas Mebane 

WiLMOT Vernon Metcalf. . . 
Charles Walter Purple. . . 

George Ramsay 

David Small Shellabarger. 

Edwin Samuel Slater 

Alexander Ormiston Spenci 
Clarence Franklin Swift. . 

James Allen Thome 

Merton Edmond Thompson . . 
Alonzo Dock Woodworth. . . 

Kate Cordelia Ford 

Addie Belle Hawes 


RESIDENCES. 

Oberlin 

.Calais, Me 

.Oberlin 


ROOMS. 

.53 E. Lorain st. 
.20 N. Main st. 
. 8 S. Professor st. 
.iS N. Professor st. 
.34 Tappan Hall 
36 N. Main st. 
.36 N.Main st. 
. 6 S. Professor st. 
.35 Tappan Hall 
.34 W. College St. 
. 6 College Place 
.39 N. Main st. 
. iS N. Professor st. 
.36 N. Main st. 
.36 N. Main st. 
.31 E. Lorain st. 
.20 N. Main st. 
. 4 E Lorain st. 
.Mr. Swift's 
.21 Tappan Hall 
.29 Elm St. 
.38 S. Main st. 

.15 W. Lorain st. 
..Ladies' Hall 
.Ladies' Hall 
.Ladies' Hall 
.20 W. College st. 
.iS Forest st. 

....37. 


.Oberlin 

.Milledgeville, Ga.^. 

.Maiden, 111 

.Hanover 

.Chateaugay, N. Y.. 
.Hammond, N. Y.. . 

.Ashley 

. Oberlin 


Mebanesville, N. C. 
.Elvria 


.Oberlin 

.Orillia, Ont 

.Urbana 

.Aurelia, Iowa 

:.East Cleveland 

.Oberlin 

.Tremont, 111 

.Oberlin 

.Irwin 


.Cleveland 

.Litchfield Cor., Me. 

.Mendota, 111 

.Crete, Neb 

YSandusky 

.Oberlin 


Myra Jane Howes 

Florence Nightingale Jones 
Janet Huntington McKelve- 
Mary Lucinda Regal 

Juniors 


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O BERLIN COLLEGE. 13 



SOPHOMORE CLASS. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. KOO.VIS. 

Harry Ainsworth Molina, 111 4. E. Lorain st. 

Samuel Pettit Alexander .. .Point Marblehead. . .20 N. Main st. 

Frank Seldon Buckley Manistee, Mich 36 N. Main st. 

Edward Benjamin Burwell. .Mercer, Pa i West st. 

Clarence Henry Carson. . . .Woodburn, 111 34 N. Professor st. 

Cyrus Alonzo Clark Union, 111 31 E. College st. 

Or viLLE Lee Cook Lexington 7 French Hall 

Leonidas Howard Davis Kokomo, Ind 4 E. Lorain st. 

Leeman Canfield Denton. . .Wakeman 7 Forest st. 

Frank Calvin Freeman Amherst 72 S. Main st. 

Charles Martin Hall Oberlin 34 E. College st. 

Luther Donnell Hamilton.. Clarksburgh, Ind.. . . 6 W. Lorain st. 

Sidney Marsh Haskell North Bloomfield.. . . 1 N. Main st. 

Barnabas Clifford HAWoRTH.Rockville, Ind 3 Elm st. 

Melville Elisha Hedding. . .Port Henry, N. Y: ..23 N. Professor st. 

Edward L. Hotchkiss South Kirtland i West st. 

Erne-st Howard Adrian, Mich 7 French Hall 

Harry Lincoln Jackson Ft. A. Lincoln, D. T. 6 College Place 

Gerald Stanley Lee Oberlin 51 E. College st. 

James Eli McConnell Rock Island, 111 College Chapel 

John Jay McKelvey Sandusky 18 W. College st. 

Clark Henry Nye. . : Concord 7 Forest st. 

James Putnam O'Brien Noel, N. S 6 E. Lorain st. 

Solon Pierce Powell Findlay College Chapel 

Leland Dee Rathbone New Lyme 33 Tappan Hall 

AzARiAH Smith Root East Douglass, Mass. 15 Forest st. 

Oliver Perry Scovell, Jr.. . .Lewiston, N. Y 18 W. College st. 

Charles Henry Solier Stryker 20 N. Mainst. 

WiLLARD Frank Smith Geneva, 111 16 S. Professor st. 

William Lincoln Spoor Dowagiac, Mich 25 S. Professor st. 

TuLLY McCrea Talbot Westville 8 Forest st. 

John James Trible Rochester, Vt 46 N. Professor st. 

Frank Louis VanCleef Wellington 10 Elm st. 

Clarence Augustus Vincent. Chagrin Falls i West st. 

George Burnside Waldron. .Owosso, Mich 35 W. College st. 

William Ira Well.s Peru, Mass 51 Tappan Hall 

Herbert Franklin Wilbor. .Oberlin 50 W. College st. 





14 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 


NAMES. 


RESIDENCES. 


ROOMS. 


William H. Wilson 


.Augusta, Me. . . 


....28 N. Pleasant st. 


Alfred Eugene Woodruff. 


.Franklinville, N. 


Y..36 N. Main st. 


Mary Lovina Atwood 


.Waupun, Wis. . . 


... 8 Elm St. 


Effie Chapman 


.Huntington 


...Ladies' Hall 


Mary Eliza Church 


.New York City. 


. . . . 9 E. Lorain st. 

. . .25 N. Main st. 


Annie Julia Cooper 


.Raleigh, N. C. . 


Ida Alexander Gibb.s 


Oberlin 


. . . 70 E. College st. 


Cora Emma Gannett 


.Wellington 


. . .15 W. Lorain st. 


Stella Belle Hadden 


.Sandusky 


. . .Ladies' Hall 


Janie Fitch Hayford 


.Oberlin 

.Oberlin 


. . .13 Forest st. 
. . . .25 S. Professor st. 


Lucy Althea Langdon 


Anna Mayo Metcalf 


.Elyria 


Ladies' Hall 


Sarah Luella Miner 


.Tougaloo, Miss. . 


34 E. College st. 


Alma Sprague 


. .Wellington 


. . . .52 W. College St. 


Della May Thomas 


. Rav'enna 


. . . s2 W. Colleffest. 


Etta Leona Thomas 


.Ravenna 


52 W. College St. 


Alice Younglove 


.Rochester, Minn. 


. . .Ladies' Hall 


Sophomores 




54- 


FRESHMAN CLASS. 




John Batchelder Abell. . . . 


. . Andover, Mass. 


36 N. Main st. 


Frederic Anderegg 


. .Ragersville . . . . 


. . . .60 Tappan Hall 


John Ashley Appleton 


..Victory, Vt 


First Church 


Charles Ernest Baxter. . . . 


. . . Bryan 


. . .9^ E. Lorain st. 


Orion Sumner Belden 


. .Whiting, Kan . . 


.... 1 2 E. Lorain st. 


Rodney Durell Bemiss. . . . 


. ..Oberlin 


... .13 W. Lorain st. 


Edward Ladd Benedict 


. .Wellington 


. . . . 16 S. Professor St. 


Edward Breck 


. . Boston, Mass . 


15 Elm St. 


Harry Clyde Brooks 

Stephen Burton 


..Oberlin 


60 N. Main st. 


. .Sycamore, 111. . . 


.... 5 Elm St. 


William Marvin Cake 


. .Fostoria 


.... 7 Forest st. 


Henry Bardwell Chapman. 


. . Euclid 


. . 7 Forest st. 


Ephraim Bechtel Clemmer. 


...Clayton, Pa 


. . ..36 N. Main st. 


George Henry Cobb 

Robert Omar Codding 


.Oberlin 


. . . . 9^ E. Lorain st. 


. .Bucyrus 


. . . .36 N. Main st. 


■ 1 



OBERLIN COLLEGE,. 15 



XAMi^. RESIDENCES. ROOMS. 

JoHX Whitney Connor Henniker, N. H Society Hall 

Charles Newton Dubs Cleveland 25 W. Lorain st. 

Efner Abraham Farrington. .Cherry Creek, N. Y.54 Tappan Hall 

Marston Stanley Freeman. . . .\mherst 72 S. Main st.. 

Leroy Dalton Gilbert Johnsville 47 N. Professor st. 

WiNFiELD Pierce Hatch Oberlin Ladies' FL-iU 

Charles Allen Hodges Austinburg 47 N. Professor st. 

John Leonard Hoffman Newton Falls 14 W. College st. 

Worthen Hood Denver, Col 40 Tappan Hall 

Homer Hosea Johnson New London 7 Forest st. 

Thomas Jones Richville, N. Y 61 E. College st. 

Amos Morrell Kent Genoa 23 N. Professor st. 

Francis Mills Koons Sulphur Springs 23 W. College st. 

Allen Martin Lambright. . . .Uhrichsville 12 N. Professor st. 

Dvvight Spencer Mason Vernon Center, N. Y. 3 Andrews st. 

George Lyman Maxfield Nelson 21 W. College st. 

John Milton Putnam METCALF.Elyria 2 S. Professor st. 

Walter Thomas Mills Addison, N. Y: 18 W. Lorain si. 

Gerdon Wallace Noble La Grange 12 E. Lorain st. 

Harry Nyce Kingston, Ind 6 W. Lorain st. 

Solomon John.sox Payne Nelson Society Hall 

SoLLis Runnels Indianapolis, Ind.. . .60 W. College st. 

Philo Perry Safford Ashtabula i8 W. College st. 

John Long Severance Cleveland 20 S. Professor si. 

Jonathan Green Smith Oberlin 38 E. Lorain st. 

George Soule Hampton, Conn 9 College Place 

Sherrod Soule Hampton, Conn 9 College Place 

Alpheus Melanct'n Spangler Edgerton 7 N. Professor st. 

Edwin Luther Str.vtton Maryville, Mo 3 Elm st. 

James Sullivan Victory Mills, N. Y.49 N. Main st. 

William Lawrence Tenney. . Beverly, N. J 10 S. Professorst. 

Oliver Sheldon Wells St. Joseph, Mo 82 E. College st. 

Robert Clarence Wilson Slippery Rock, Pa. . .60 W. College st. 

William Warren Woodruff.. Newton, Pa 19 S. Professor st. 

Koto Yamanaka Karastu, Japan 19 Tappan Hall 

Olive Anna Atwood Mt. Vernon Ladies' Hall 

Lettie Bennett Wellington 52 W. College st. 

Clara Louise Butler Griggsville, 111 34 E. College st. 



1 6 O BERLIN COLLEGE. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. ROOMS. 

Martha Farrington Shelby Ladies' Hall 

Cora Edwina Gibbs Austinburg 42 N. Main st. 

Isabel Henry Oberlin Mr. Henry's 

Laura Charlotte Herrick .. .Rocktbrd, 111 9^ E. Lorain st. 

Amelia Thorp Martin Oberlin 69 E. College st. 

Mary Clark Mattocks Toledo 20 W. College st. 

Martha Ellwood McLennan. Salineville Ladies' Hall 

Mary Wooster Mills Addison, N. Y 18 W. Lorain st. 

Frances Amelia Reynolds. . . . Alburgh Sp'gs, Vt. .18 W. Lorain st. 

Dorrie Stahl Berlin Heights 66 N. Professor st. 

Nettie Whitcomb Morrison, 111 Ladies' Hall 

Mary Upp .Sandusky Ladies' Hall 

Freshmen 65. 



Literary Course. 



FACULTY. 



JAMES H. FAIRCHILD, President. 



JOHN M. ELLIS. 
CHARLES H. CHURCHILL. 
JUDSON SMITH. 
GILES W. SHURTLEFF. 
ALBERT A. WRIGHT. 
JAMES K. NEWTON. 
GEOR(iE H. WHITE. 



FRANK F. JEWETT. 

SAMUEL H. LEE. 

LYMAN B. HALL. 

HEXRV C. KJNG. 

Mrs. A. A. F. JOHNSTON. 

Mrs. E. S. MEAD. 

Miss M. M. WRIGHl. 



Miss F. F. RICE. 



STUDENTS. 



FOURTH YEAR. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Mary Alice Beach . Ruggles 

Gertrude Cassell Mt. Vernon 

Louie Abra Childs Sandusky 

Alice Welch Cowles Cleveland 

Hattie Curtis Vermontville, Mich. 

Agnes Celissa Goss Oberlin 

Lizzie Sarah Gurney Chagrin Falls 

Hattie Adella Hitchcock. . . Norlli East, Fa. 

Mary Lena LaMoure .Oberlin 



Emma I^ouise Palmer. 



. F OS tori a 



Mary Evelyn Percival Portvilie, N. Y. 

Sarah Elizabeth Reed - .Monticcllo, 111. 

Sophie Adelphia Smith .Middletield, Mass. 

Emma Hannah Stoll Home-^tead, Mich. 



Flora Diantha Taylor. 



Claridon 



i8 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. 

Margaret Diantha Wells. 
Ella Wilson 



Harlan Fessenden Burket. 



RESIDENCES. 

Claridon 

.Louisville, Ky. 

...... Findlay 



Fourth Year 18. 



THIRD YEAR. 



Julia Moriah Bacon 

Olivia Lee Barnes 

Sarah Cushman Bateham 

Orielle Elizabeth Burgner 

Celia Owen Clemans 

Mary Flagler Cowles 

Alice May Gardner 

Helen Louise Grimes , 

Sarah Emily Hall 

LiLLiE Bell Haynes , 

Addie Wells Hill 

Lillian Hudson 

Edna Jane Mason 

Sarah Margaret McConnell 

ESTELLA MeTCALF 

Nannie Keith Miller ; 

Anna Eliza Nettleton 

Carrie Matild.\ Pelton 

Mary Cowles Penfii.ld 

Florence Adelaide Post 

Mary Cl.\y Seybold. . 

E.STELLE ShARPE . 

Ida Lucina Stroup 

Edna Thompson 

Hattie Celestine William^ . . 

Anna D. Wylie •. 



Oberlin 

Chicago, 111. 

Painesville 

Fremont 

North Dover 

Cleveland 

Fulton, N. Y. 

Mansfield 

.Homestead, Mich. 

Poland 

. . . .Qulncy, Mich. 

. . . .Ligonier, Ind. 

Oberlin 

. .Rock Island, 111. 

Sidney 

. . .Yellow Springs 

Oberlin 

, Oberlin 

Oberlin 

Belleville 

. .Greencastle, Ind. 

Fremont 

Wellington 

Urbana 

Oberlin 

Martin, Mich. 



Arthur G. Morse Oberlin 



Third Year. 



.27. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 19 



SECOND YEAR. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Helen Evangeline Angell Pittsfield, Mass. 

Anna Bell Bonar Mt. Vernon 

Charlotte Elizabeth Burton Sycamore, 111. 

Flora Annie Calkins Daysvllle, N. J. 

Nellie Fay Canon Muscatine, Iowa 

Sarah Fenn Clark Medina 

Carrie Elizabeth Day Sheffield 

Frances Hazleton Ensign Madison 

J I LI A Elizabeth Gage Cleveland 

Margaret Helen Giddings Obcrlin 

Cornelia Maria Harmon W'arrc-n 

Anna Louisa Harwood OI)erlin 

Mary Louise Gardner Chagrin Falls 

Edith Phillips Johnson Homer, La. 

Sarah Lavina Greer Willoughby 

Jessie Fremont Lee G.'irrettsvillc 

Emma Jane Lewis West Mill Creek, Pa. 

Frank E. Loveland Wellington 

May Shaw Lyon Wauseon 

Marie Ursula Mathis . Vorktown, 111. 

Mary Rebecca M.\tter . .Brodhead, Wis. 

Ida Augusta McLennan Salineville 

Anna Belle McNaughten Laki.' Linden, Mich. 

Ada Maria Morris Princeton, 111. 

Bettie Morrison * Kingston 

KiTTiE E. Paige Oherlin 

Caroline May Parmenter Wrmontville, Mich. 

Elizabeth Cornelia Parsons Niromedia, Turkey 

Susannah Rumbaugh Bucyrus 

Kate I>ucetta Sakkord Madison 

^mma Scott Worthington 

Hattie Elizabeth Simons Conneaut 

Helen Smie.s Cleveland 

Rena Olive Sorter Oherlin 

LiLLiE E.STELLE Starr Litcliheld 

Mary Elizabeth Templeton Cleveland 

Fannie Eliza Thomson Medina 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Ruth Maria Tracy Mansfield 

Eva Vail Ligonier. Ind. 

Mary Ann Waddell Newcastle-on-Tyne, England 

H ATTiE Elizabeth Warner Medina 

Clara Mary Webster Linden ville, N. Y. 

Jean Belle Wood Oberlin 

Mary Charlotte Woodruff A.von Lake 

Second Year 44 



FIRST YEAR. 

Hannah Axdrus Ashtabula 

Mary Ella Bacon Obeiiin 

Jennie Elizabeth Baldwin Pittsfield 

LiBBiE Bassett Rockport 

Addie S. Battle.s Mavfield 

Clara Alma Bigelow Sandusky 

Lois Beth C.\mpbell Oberlin 

C.'VRRIe Eugenia Church Middlefield, Mass. 

H ATTIE Augusta Clark Wakenian 

LiLA Edith Clark Oberlin 

Josephine Lucretia Cody Cleveland 

Mary Emma Conner Oberlin 

Mary Philena Cook Champlain, N. Y. 

Louisa Cotes Whitehall, Mich. 

Mary Eliza Denton Wakeman 

Jennie May Evans Oberlin 

Jennie Finney Milwaukee, Wis. 

Eugenie Chisholm Gaillard Charleston, S. C. 

Carry Achilles Goodale . . Wvoming;, Iowa 

Olivia Pomeroy Green Chicago, 111. 

Nellie Alice Hall Hudson, Mich. 

Nettie Cornelia Harrison Cornwall Hollow, Conn. 

Ada a. Harvuot Savannah 

Mary Bierce Hill Nevada, Mo. 

Clara Jane Holt Chicago, 111. 



O BERLIN COLLEGE. 21 



NAMES. KESIDENCBS. 

Asia Kramer Pittsburgh, Penn. 

Sarah McGixnis Hancock, Mich. 

Minnie Mixtox Tontogany 

Grace Orcutt Jianta Barbara, Cal. 

Mary Charlotte Otis Hiclcsville 

WiN^NiFRED Augusta Platt Oberlin 

Caroline Phebe Post Belleville 

Grace Eliza Pritchard Wauseon 

Mary Lovixa Raxey Ravmond, Wis. 

Mary Ellex Rowdey Oberlin 

Grace Safford Madison 

Rose Sherman East Norwalk 

Flora Sillimax North Fairfield 

Harriet Putnam Streeter Oberlin 

Ellex Ida Sykes Plymouth 

Elva Lorena Todd Wakeman 

Jexxie Waldo Tracy Mansfield 

Julia Amorette Treat Tallmadge 

Nettie Walworth South Bend, Ind. 

Mary Augusta Whitney Oberlin 

Flora Isabelle Wolcott Tallmadge 

Ida May Woodruff Avon Lake 

First Year 47- 



IN SELECT STUDIES. 

j AMES Edward Aikixs Wroxeter, Ont. 

JOSEPH M. Baggs Bridgeport 

Samuel Arthur Baldwin Oberlm 

Richard Hoag Battey Chatfield, Minn. 

Caics Adrian Chapmax Huntington 

LoREX Prextiss Chapmax Lake Breeze 

WiLKiE Waverly Chapman ' luntington 

Hor.^ce Malachi Cooper Kokomo. Ind. 

WixTHROP CuRTiss WaveHy, III. 

Gordon Ezekiel Henshaw Oborhn 



22 O BERLIN COLLEGE. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Orange Scott Hopkins Washington C H. 

Walter Bradley House Saugatuck, Mich. 

Joseph Addison Mead Oberlin 

Frank Edmund Moore Chardon 

Arthur Gibson Morse j. Oberlin 

Fred Valerius Stone Strongsville 

Frank Patterson Taylor Geneva 

William Lamarcus Thompson Oberlin 

Howard Eugene West Oberlin 

Warren Eli Wheeler Oberlin 

Emma Aldrich Weston 

Mabel Allen Cleveland 

Effie May Blair Manchester, low^a 

Alice Borland Imlay City, Mich. 

Lila Aminta Bostvvick Oberlin 

Helen F. Boyden Northfield 

Ida May Burwell Mercer, Pa. 

Agnes Caldwell Erie, Pa. 

Laura Eoline Clemens Canal Dover 

Mary Abbie Cobb Oberlin 

Jennie Davidson : Elgin, III. 

Anna Julia Douglass Lancaster 

Mary Emelie Dudley Atlantic, Iowa 

Dora Ewing Ottawa 

Mary Amelia Fairbank C(jncord, 111. 

Mary Augusta Ford Cleveland 

Mary P'rances Gilchrist Vermillion, Conn. 

Martha Wadsworth Gold West Cornwall, Conn. 

Winnifred Leona Hackley Belleville, N. J. 

Olive N. Harrison Granville, III. 

Alice Mary Heald Canton, 111. 

Mary Elizabeth Hisey. . Nashville, 111. 

Fanny Annette Hooker Defiance 

Mary Howard Adrian, Mich. 

Alice Miriam Johnson Fredonia, N. Y. 

Visa Jane Kendall Minneapolis, Minn. 

Olive Rebecca Mason Rocjc Island, 111. 

Ella Gertrude Nye Buffalo, N. Y. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 23 

NAMES. RKSIDENCEi. 

Cora May Ozier Shiloh 

Cornelia Augusta Patchen Oberlin 

Eva C. Platt Sanduskv 

Beatrice Roudebush Blooming Valley, Pa. 

Adda Douglas Sharp Mankato, Minn. 

Kate Shurtleff Marengo, 111. 

Carrie Ellen Smith Romeo, Mich. 

Jennie Mary Folsom Smith Maiden, 111. 

Fanny Ione Sneath Tiffin 

Clara Amelia Sperry Sherman, N. Y. 

Julia Spaulding Oberlin 

Nellie Frances Strickland Gilead, Conn. 

Della Josephine Waite Penn Van, N. Y. 

Fannie L. Willis Mt. Vernon 

Select Studies — 6j. 



bpHrlmnttl 0^ J^mprHlor^ ^tt$lnttHxm. 



Classical School 



INSTRUCTORS. 



GEORGE H. WHITE, Principal. 
MRS. A. A. F. JOHNSTON. MISS M. J. NETTLETON. 

LYMAN B. HALL. JOHN F. PECK. 

HENRY C. KING. MISS F. F. RICE. 

CHARLES B. MARTIN, CHARLES D. TENNEY. 

JOHN R. NICHOLS. 



STUDENTS. 



SENIOR CLASS. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

John Hanks Alexander Helena, Ark. 

Allison Ellsworth Augenstein Napoleon, Ark. 

Edwin Rice Baker Toledo 

John Vernon 'Bowersox Edgerton 

Bayard Taylor Buchanan W. Alexander, Pa. 

Benjamin Hardin Burtt ■ • Utica, Ind. 

George Henry Chamberlain La Grange 

Alfred Vance Churchill Oberlin 

James Glasswell Clayton Springfield 

Clyde Ellsworth Cotton Freehold, Pa. 

Carlton H. Covell Rock Creek 

John Sullivan Dean Omar 

DoREN Stephenson Downing St. Clairsville 

Benjamin Randall Esten .Central Falls, R. L 

Daniel Richard Fair , Nova 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 25 



NAMES. KESIDENCES. 

George Wakelee Hall W. Bloomfield, N. Y. 

Julian Dana Harmon Warren 

William Blanchard Gerrish Oberlin 

Benjamin Franklin Hastings Marengo, 111. 

Walter George Hull Homer, N. Y. 

Daniel Stone Husted Clarksfield 

Fred Grant King . Corry, Pa. 

Roger Miller Lee Garreltsville 

Lewis Dell Lindsley Monroeville 

Henry Keep Lum Fairfield, Conn. 

Robert Swann Mackintosh Salineville 

James Langdon McKee Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Maynard Mayo Metcalf Elvria 

Benjamin Woodbury Minton Tontoganv 

Adolpiius Alexander Moll Easton, Conn. 

Forest Franklin Parker Litchfield 

Martin Loyal Phinney Morrison, 111. 

Thomas Eugene Pounds. ... Oberlin 

J.\MES Max Proudfit Edinborough, Pa. 

Francis Ernest Regal Oberlin 

George Washington Rexford Norwood, N. Y. 

Harry Dodd Sheldon Bryan 

Edward David Shurtleff Marengo, 111. 

George LeGrand Smith Somerset, Mich. 

Edward Ellsworth Starr Mt. \'ernon 

Edmund Bruce Stiles Oberlin 

Albert Pike Stockwell Aurora, 111. 

John Jay Sullivan Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 

Ernest Dean Swezey Corrv, Pa. 

Park Terrell Oberlin 

John Thompson Kensington. Mich. 

Frederic Floyd Thwing Chardon 

Jacob Young Todd Gilboa 

Rufus Avery Tracy Mansfield 

Eugene Stanberry Upson Oberlin 

Weldy Wilberforce Walker Steiibenville 

Charles Linsley Webster Lyndon ville, N. Y. 

William Wiedenhoeft Huron 

Benjamin Franklin Wheeler Charlotte, N. C. 



26 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

James EdGx\r Whitaker Topeka, Kan. 

Homer Ellsworth White Delaware 

Benson Newell Wyman Conneaut 

Louie Eudora Brice , Oberlin 

Augusta Burnett Warren, 111. 

Rosa Lucinda Campbell Oberlin 

Bertie Dorem Lucas 

Helen Frances Hoppin South Haven, Mich. 

Mary I. Ingraham Sullivan 

Grace Gertrude Leavitt Oberlin 

Christabel Lee Oberlin 

Maud Miller Huntington 

Mary Moulton Oberlin 

Alice Caroline Parker Warren, 111. 

LoRA Elmira Sorter Oberlin 

Rosa Maretta Thompson Oberlin 

Anna Zipporah Woodruff Oberlin 

Senior Preparatory 71. 



MIDDLE CLASS. 

George Stebbins Appleton Victory, Vt. 

Charles Henry Atwater Castalia 

Horace Webster Beacom Hammondsville 

Herbert Vinton Beardsley Findlay 

Silas Teen Bell Atlanta, Ga. 

Homer Gr'ant Bostwick .Oberlin 

Joseph Ellsworth Bowers Mendota, 111. 

Charles Seward Bown Marysville 

Frank Gunn Brainerd Wyanet, 111. 

Charles Franklin Brasee Franklin, N. Y. 

Theodore Brooks Breck Cleveland 

Charles Alanson Brinsmade Oberlin 

Will Estcourt Bruce Wauseon 

William Howard Burnh am Adrian, Mich. 

Fred John Buss Hammond, N. Y. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



?<AMh.^. KEblDE.NXES. 

Robert George Clapp Bloomfield 

Whitney Clark . Huntington 

Frederick Walner Collins Chagrin Falls 

Frank Aaron Cozad Mercer, Pa. 

William Kirk Cozad Mercer, Pa. 

George Frank Damon Kirtland 

Edward Charles Damon , Westminster, Mass. 

William Elliott Davidson Pattersonville, la. 

William David Davis .. .Kokonio, Ind. 

John Harry Deardorff Chamber-burg 

Will Frank Dennis Jasper, N. Y. 

Selden Curtis Dickenson Randolph 

Willis Barclay Durfee Davenport, la. 

Frank Louis Eggleston .• Aurora, 111. 

Albert Harris Ellis Oberlin 

Elmer Jacob Fagley Bethel 

Frederick Stuart Fish New London 

James Moore Fanleroy Foster Greencasile, Pa. 

Thornton Ruthner Eraser Plainlield, 111. 

Charles Elisha Freeman New York City 

Edwin Pound Gardner Canandaigua, N. Y. 

Nelson Tolbert Gant Janesville 

Frank Reed Griffin Bellefontaine 

William Albert Griffith Cleveland 

Arthur Thompson Hatch Oijcrlin 

Henry Hershey' Union 

Harvey Rexford Hitchcock llilo, II. I. 

Fred John Hopkins N- Fairfield 

Will Hovey Oberlin 

Frank Jansen Chaftton, N. Y. 

Byron Bancroft Johnson Cincinnati 

James Mix Johnston Chester Cross Roads 

George Brigham Kalb Bellefontaine 

James Madison Killin Sweet Wine 

Charlie Ellsworth Lacey Waterhw. Ind. 

David Austin Lambright I hrichsville 

Charlie Erwin Lamson N.Jasper, N. Y. 

Richard Denthriff Littlejohn Columbus, Miss. 

Alison Noble LooMis Windsor 



28 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Henry Turner Marsh Oberlin 

Wells Bushnell McClelland Mt. Jackson, Pa. 

Victor Ebenezer McConnoughey Washington, D. C. 

Thomas Cassius Miller W. Mill Creek, Pa. 

John Longinus Montgomery Shelby ville, Ind. 

Harvey Orlando Moulton Waverly, 111. 

Paul Ralph M ueller Oberlin 

Fred Levi Munson Salem, Wis. 

Ralph Waldo Munson Toledo 

Louis Lee Nichols Reading, N. Y. 

Orange Stephen Palmer Osceola, Neb. 

Robert Paton Almont, Mich. 

David Barton Penniman Woodburn, 111. 

Giles Hunter Phelps. Wjanet, 111. 

Warren Gates Pratt Chagrin Falls 

Simon Hall Randolph Maiden, W. Va. 

Arthur Joseph Rice N. Amherst 

Frank Jeffer,son Roberson St. Louis, Mo. 

Albert Edward Robertson Owosso, Mich. 

William John Robinson Monongahela, Pa. 

Fred Elijah Rollins Almont, Mich. 

Ernest Rob Root Medina 

Charles Carlton Salter, Jr , Waverly, 111. 

George Swift Oberlin 

Archibald William Taft S.Egremont, Mass. 

Albert Wilber Taylor Toronto, Can. 

Hiram Adelbert Tennant Kipton 

Harry Terrell Oberlin 

Sherman Thompson Urbana 

Willie Tobin Oberlin 

Joseph Ellsworth Toot Hammondsville 

Norman Grant Townsend Oberlin 

David Dermott Ward. Oberlin 

John Oscar Whitney Barrwille, N. Y. 

Frank Edgar Whitaker Hampton, Ct. 

John Jay Williams Moline, 111. 

William Phillips Winter S. Toledo 

Ellsworth Grant Welch Polk 

Frank Brooks West Wellington 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. icj 

NAMES. KES1DE.NCES. 

Robert Clarksox Wilkin llarrisville 

George Braytox Woodbridge Ravenna 

Charles Elmer Yearnshaw Carleton, Neb. 

Albert Clarexce Youxg Woodburn, 111. 

Alfred Kix(i Youxg 1 ronton 

Minx IE Davidson Oberlin 

Agnes May Fairchild Manhattan. Kan. 

Kathrina Laura Myers Oberlin 

Nettie Esther Smith Oberlin 

Middle Preparatory loa. 



JUNIOR CLASS. 

Walter Agxew Alsdorf ' Utica 

James Emory Axdersox Inverness 

Leon George Axdress Birmingham 

Linton Delos Baldwin Windsor 

John Jackson Barney Philadelphia, Pa. 

Adam John Baumhart Brownhelm 

Sidney Beaxey, Jr Macedonia 

Delavax Fred Bentley ChurchviUe, N. Y. 

James Pixkxey Berry Sidney, Neb. 

Merrill Hastings Blake Mantua 

Ambrose Burxside Bowex. . . N ■ Fairfield 

Charles Raxsom Bradley Chatham 

Hexry Putxam Brooks Cleveland 

Cleo Bradshaw Browx Wellington, Kan. 

Walter Cotton Brown ^t. Charles, Mo. 

Harry Clifton Burrell Shetheld 

Malvin Eugene Byers Atwood, Mich. 

Edward Holcomb Chapman Farrington, III. 

Thomas Ayres Church Memphis, Tenn. 

Wilbur Findlay Connor Oberlin 

Francis Mills Covell '^^c'^ ^^^^^ 

„ t:, „ ~ T\^T K^r\Ti?w N. Monroeville 

Benjamin Edson Uelamater 

r^ T T^„^ ^ Oberlin 

Charles Joel Dole 



30 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

John Bryant Dudley Oberlin 

William Bedford Elliott San Francisco, Cal. 

Louis White Eoff Elmore 

Xerxes John Farrar London 

FiNLEY Fehl Marseilles 

RoscoE BvROX Fisher. . . X. Monroeville 

Ira Oliver France Inland 

Edmund Gale, Jr Cliagrin Falls 

Arthur Leroy Gallup Strongsville 

Washington Irving Gates Binghamion, N. Y. 

Horace Edward Gibbs Oberlin 

Ellsworth Porter Gillette Helena, Mont. 

Luther Halsey Gulick Yokohama, Japan 

Percy Thomas H.^ckett Amherstburgh, Ont. 

Preston Henry Hall . . .Charlotte, N. C. 

Charles Wright Harrington Rock Creek 

James Dunl.wy Harrison Granville, 111. 

Archibald Hart Shreveport, La. 

Samuel Hart .Shreveport, La. 

George Elmer Hawkins Brunswick 

Stanley Wolcott Hayes Hanover 

Charles Irwin Hurlburt Oberlin 

William Ross Hutchin.son Shield's 

Burton Fowler Jackson E. Shelby, N. Y. 

Henry Campbell J.\meson Venice, Can. 

Elmer Living.ston Keene Fairfield, Ore. 

Henry Lasthaus Norwich, Conn. 

Fremont Libby Cu nberland Mills, Me. 

Guy R. Lindersmith ■ Edgerton 

James Pardee Loomis » Wadsworth 

John Alex.\nder Lowrie Rochester 

Oscar Joseph Marshall St. Louis, Mo. 

James Nelson McClinox Talt\ ille, Conn. 

Stuart Montague McKee Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Edward Lawrence Mead Oberlin 

Charles D. Miles ' Fitchville 

Henry Martin Minton Bowling Green 

Joseph Homesworth Nel.son Atlanta, Ga. 

James Noble .Brooklyn, N. Y 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. ' 31 



NAMES. KESIOENCES. 

Oscar Thompson Ogilvie Coshocton 

Charles Starr Owen McIIt-niv, 111. 

Abraham Lincoln Ozman Peninsula 

George Bovard Palmer Oljerlin 

Walter Hart Perry Oxford, Conn. 

William Bonner Phillips Mt. Vernon 

Henry Augustu.s Platt Manhattan, Kan. 

James Edward Raymer Toledo 

Charles Shadrach Reed N. Fairfield 

Edward Ensign Rich Kirtland 

William Ewing Robin.son I lelena, Ark. 

Charles Gilbert Rose Hanover, Conn. 

Edj\'ard Fred Rowley N. Fairfield 

Charles Davis Russell Mt. Vernon 

William Seward Sheldon Union, III. 

Charles Hoxie Shelton Wakeman 

Harry Dean Smith Churchville, N. Y. 

Henry Smith Raleigh, N. C. 

J as. Henry Smith Massillon 

Robert Isaac Smith Pana, III. 

Stewart Kedzie Smith Somerset, Mich. 

Cleveland Steese Lake 

Edward Wirt Stone Belpre 

William Herman Stone Bethel 

George Buj-ler Storer Shelby 

Charles O.sborn Thomas New York Citv 

James Rawlings Todd Urbana 

Benjamin James Trowbridge Hancock, Mich. 

Francis Joseph VanHorn Northfield 

Friedrich Andrew Wagner Sandy ville 

JE.SSE Le.ster Walker Wyanet, III. 

Robert Cutter Waterton Newburgh 

Frank Marion Watson Harrisville 

Harvey W.\t.son Harrisville 

Junior Preparatory 9"- 



English School 



INSTRUCTORS. 



GEORGK H. WHITE, Principal. 
HENRY C. KING. CHARLES D. TENNEV. 

JOHN R. NICHOLS. 



STUDENTS. 



GENTLEMEN. 

NAME«. RESIDENCES. 

William Henry Adams Dexter, N. Y. 

Frank Heath Andrews Mentor 

Jacob Bachmann Mascoutah, 111. 

Sherman Jackson Baggs Bridgeport 

Angus Monroe Baillie Berlin Heights 

Alvah Smith Baker Lowell, Mass. 

Luther Albert Baker Hudson, Wis. 

Haddie Holmes Barber Chester Cross Roads 

Dwight Ritter Baughman Burlington, Kan. 

Samuel Joshua Bebout Martinsburgh 

Alvertis Bearss Catawba Island 

Charles Gilbert Boise Bellevue 

John W^illiam Bollman Shanesville 

Addison Bristol Kelley's Island 

Louis Adam Braun Brownhelm Sta. 

William O. Brown Chebanse, 111. 

Daniel Ellis Bushnell . .., Oberlin 

Alexander Bennett Campbell ... Men don. 111. 

Ellsworth Colonel Carpenter Fields 

George Henry Carrier Rochester 

Levi AldridgeCass Ottawa 

Myroa Josiah Caswell Castalia 

Shirley George Clifton Avon 

William Burton Clinton Atlantic City, N. J. 



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NAMES. KESmENCBS. 

Burton Elton Coe Geneva 111. 

James Franklin Craig W. Liberty 

Collin Joseph Scott Cruikshank Port Huron, Mich. 

Canarius Henry Currier Henrietta 

Willis Bartlett Currier Oberlin 

Clifford Harvey Darnel t St. Paris 

William Bradley Davis St. Louis, Mo. 

Jacob Hamilton Derr Sharon 

Jerry Deyo Palestine 

William Leonard Dolman Kokonio, Ind. 

Stowell Barnard Dudley I linrlctta 

Frank Western Elliot Chebanse, III. 

George Warren Emery Hancock, Mich. 

James Fezzey Plioenix, Mich. 

John Fezzey Ph(cnix, Mich. 

Carleton Shattuck Frost Belmont, Mass. 

Thomas Emery George Moore's Salt Works 

Pitkin Clark Gilman La Porte 

Herbert Steele Goss Brighton 

George Marshall Gray Medina 

George Griswold Elvria 

George Erastus Gunn Mentor 

Henry Dickinson Gunn Granville, 111. 

Ralph Howard Hackett Amherstburgh, Ont. 

George William Handford Wakeman 

George Tarble Hayes Clarksfield 

Gregory Willis Hayes Richmond, Va. 

Washington Benjamin Hawkins Richmond, Ark. 

Cliff Carlton Herrick Twinsburg 

Harry Burt Herrick Chester Cross Roads 

Charles Honner Amherstburgh, Ont. 

E. Hostetler ShanesvlUe 

Leroy E. Hoyt N. Fairfield 

Edward Addison Hughes Utica, Pa. 

Sherry G. Hunsberger Inland 

Henry Clough Hurst Cleveland 

Byron Wilbert Jackson I"i Porte 

Seymour Everett Jackson Norwalk 

Eddie Clinton Kelsey Huntington 



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OBBRLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Willis W. Kerr Salem 

Edward Wkrner Kishman Brownhelm Sta. 

J. D. KiRTLAND Plymouth 

Wells Wallace La Moure Oberlin 

Lewis Mansfield Logan Washington, Conn . 

William Vaultine Lutz Brownhelm Sta. 

Clive Major Martin's Ferry 

Frank Chauncy Mallory New Haven 

William Henry Orendorkf Canton, 111. 

Edward Mantle Big Plain 

John Gillette Matthews ... Millville, N. Y . 

Robert Davison McCleery W. Alexandria, Pa. 

Oliver Perry McGarvie Cleveland 

George Franklin McPherson Marietta 

Charles E. Mead Greenwich Sta. 

William Alexander Mitchell Montgomery, Ala. 

Horace Greeley Montgomery Shelby ville, Ind. 

Fred Bissell More San Ramon, Cal. 

William Moulder Henrietta 

John Nicholl N. Amherst 

Charles Harris Norton Byron, N. Y, 

Stephen Alejo Olmeda Sizuenza, Spain 

Jeptha Montrose Olmsted Bad Axe, Mich. 

Willis Henry Owen Catawba Island 

William George Packard Covert, Mich. 

Fred Whitney Pay Oberlin 

Allie Ross Pickett Collins 

Elmer J. Pierce Wakeman 

Edwin Plumer Lowell, Ind. 

Orange Hines Powell Yazoo City, Miss. 

William Horatio Prentiss Prentissville, Pa. 

Arthur Clayton Preston Toledo 

Willie Edward Prouty Painesville 

Erwin John R aber Canton 

David Raney Raymond, Wis. 

Edwin Monroe Ransom Mt. Vernon 

Francis Newton Rhodes Oberlin 

William Anthony Roberson Oberlin 

James Lester Robertson Tiffin 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 35 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

John Rowland Robertson Beacon, Mich. 

Frank Adelbert Rose Grand Crossing, 111. 

Joseph Rutherford Toledo 

George Ellsworth Savage Churchvilie, N. Y. 

Howard Smith Shaw Cortland 

Byron Shriver Inland 

Henry Bedford Shuart Oberlin 

Eugene Siddall Oberlin 

Clarence William Skidmore Toledo 

George Alexander Smallwood New York City 

Leroy Torrence Smith Somerset, Mich. 

William Avery Smith Oberlin 

Ralph Davis Sneath Tiffin 

Ezra Sprague Florence 

Leslie David Stahl Berlin Heights 

Marion Ross Talbot St. Paul's 

Frank Simpson Tennant Berlin Heights 

John Thompson Albany, N. Y. 

Frank Wesley Thurstin Bowling Green 

Glenn Henry Tillinghast Berlin Heights 

Edward S. Tillotson Wethersfield, Conn. 

Elmer Ellsworth Tucker Elyria 

William Henry Wallace Lorain 

Arthur Eugene Weston Dover 

William Means Wheeler Coshocton 

Charles Dexter Whipple Brighton 

Cassius Kelly Whitney Oberlin 

Charles K. Whitney Oberlin 

John Frederick Wieters Hempstead, N. Y. 

Harry George Wiley Chicago, 111. 

Walter Davis Williamson Kenton 

Douglas Edgar Witter Castalia 

William Marshall Wood London 

John Wooden Sioux City. Iowa 

Eugene S. Woodward Brooklyn, Mich. 

George Wyler Bakcrsviile 

George Erastus Young Mentor 

Gentlemen '^'" 



36 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



LADIES. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Bertha Elizabeth Adams Chagrin Falls 

Carrie Alexander Marbkhead 

Anna Carrie Alston Cleveland 

Sarah Etta Anderson Huron 

LiLLA EsTELLE AppLETON Victory, Vt. 

Lottie Mary Austin Oberlin 

Lizzie E. Baird York 

MoLLiE L. Baird York 

L. May Bardwell Oberlin 

Blanch Barney Wakeman 

Etta Barton Shelby 

Cora Adelle Bassett Weston 

Bertie Beatty Zanesville 

LoRA Beedy Cambridgeboro, Penn. 

Augusta Clifton Bell Oberlin 

EuRA M. Bell Oberlin 

Georgia T. Bell Oberlin 

Sarah Bell Moneghan, Ireland 

Meta C. Bennett Oberlin 

Binnie Berger Bellevue 

Virginia Antoinette Berry. ... St. Louis, Mo. 

Jennie Bevington Sulphur Springs 

Rosa Addie Biddulph North Olmsted 

Jeanne Esther Birge Oberlin 

Irene Luella Bissell Sharon Centre 

Julia Caroline Bissell Grand Haven, Mich. 

Rosa May Black St. Paris 

Maggie Blair Edwardsville, 111 . 

Elma Maria Buss Bissells 

Jessie Freeman Bliss Bainbridge 

Maud Mary Boise Villisca, Iowa 

Lulu Ione Bombaugh Gilman, 111. 

Zxlema Marie Bourgeois New" Orleans, La. 

Elizabeth Bowden Phoenix, Mich. 

Julia Buchanan Philadelphia, Pa. 

Louie Burr Wakeman 

Anna Byers Sycamore, 111. 

Della Byers Sycamore, 111. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 37 



KESIDENCtS. 



Calista Cannan Wellington 

Ella Carter Zanesville 

Cora Chamberlain Sullivan 

Angelina Chapman Lodi 

Myra B. Chapman Lake Breeze 

Mattie Eugenia Clark Montrose, Md. 

Lottie J. Clinton Atlantic City, N.J. 

Ruth Elizabeth Close Kipton 

Lizzie Rust Coffin Marblehead 

Lucy Myrtle Commander Portsmouth 

Minnette Connet McLeansville, N. C. 

Clara Holmes Cook Byron, N. Y. 

Flora Helen Cooper Kokomo, Ind. 

Fannie Croghn Louisville, Ky . 

Dora Ella Curry. . . Nova 

Ell-^v Minnie Dale Oberlin 

Anna Davis. . .' Oberlin 

Ellen Lora Davis . . .Marseilles 

Mary Frances Day Oberlin 

Maud M. Day ■. '. Sheffield 

Bella Dewey Bristol Center, N. Y. 

Emma Louise Dickinson Chicago, 111. 

Ida Drake Jefferson City, Mo. 

Adella Dressler Akron 

Hattie Elmira Drummond , S. Toledo 

Ella Dudley Henrietta 

Georgia Belle Dudley Garo, Col. 

Jessie Luella Dye ....West Eaton 

Ginevra Elma Fellows Oberlin 

Rettie Flowers St. Paris 

Ada Lelia Freeborn Brownhelm 

ViLLETTE Gallup Strongsville 

Estella May Garfield Ely ria 

Jessie Maria Garfield Sheffield 

Sarah Adele Garnett Washington, D. C. 

Alice Gelatt ^'ort Madison, Iowa 

Mary Giddings Oberlin 

Carrie N ina Gillette 1 lelena, Mont. 

Lillian Pauline Coins Columbus 



38 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 

^fAMES. RESIDENCES. 

MoLLiE Grace Goodrich .... Brownhelm 

Ella L. Gunn Granville, 111. 

Hannah Laura Gurney Chagrin FalLs 

Emma Jane Guy Rushsylvania 

Mary Patterson Hall Pleasant Grove 

Emma H anford Wakeman 

Mary Ella Harris Fayette, N. C. 

Mary Ella Harris Gilman, 111. 

Jennie Harold Mt. Eaton 

Alice Eliza Harwood Hannibal, Mo. 

Gertrude Hastings Oberlin 

Charlotte Agnes Haynes Cleveland 

Elizabeth Gilbert Hayes Cleveland 

Hattie Bell Hays Ligonier, Ind. 

Addie Eva Heter Bellevue 

Mary Josephine Hooker New London 

Cynthia How^ard New London 

Clara Pollard Howard. . . Adrian, Mich. 

Kate Houseman Kansas 

Lizzie EsTELLE Hubbard Sauk Center, Minn. 

Estella Humiston Painesville 

Eva Mina Huston Bloomfield, Ind. 

Mary Inez Huston. ^ Bloomfield, Ind. 

Fannie Collins Hutchins. . .' Columbus 

Ida Virginia Jenkins Philadelphia, Pa. 

Anna Johnston Findlay 

Jennie Philena Johnston Cortland 

Lettie Joint Bellevue 

Eva Jones Wjkofi', Minn. 

Cora Elizabeth Joslin Detroit, Mich. 

Mary Kelly Port Clinton 

Anna Margaret Kennedy New Brighton, Pa. 

Mattie Belle Kimball Orland, Ind. 

Jennie Kimmell Ligonier, Ind. 

Grace Genevieve Kincaid Mound City, Kan. 

Bertha Kniffen Oberlin 

Mary L. Know^lton Utica 

Amelia Kuhlow Elyria 

Elizabeth Latimer Olmsted 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 39 



NAMES. RBSIDESCES. 

Jessie Wealthy Lawrence Saline, Mich- 

LiDA Elmira Lawrence Milan 

Lucy Kate Lawrence Saline, Mich. 

Emma Aurelia Lay Fremont 

Mina Lorena Lewis Oberlin 

Anna D. Linton Nelson 

Alice Cowles Little Janesville, Wis. 

Laura Belle Mahon Dunkirk , Pa. 

Olive Florein Major Martin's Ferry 

Inez Major Martin's Ferry 

Olive Lois Manning Pittsfield, Mass. 

Josephine Marcy Springfield, Pa. 

Alice L. Marshall Rochester 

Georgia Martin Frewsburgh, N. Y. 

Ella McConer Oberlin 

Ida McKellogg Oberlin 

Jennie McWade Oberlin 

Annis Myrtilla Mead Oberlin 

Georgiana Mead Greenwich 

Anna Main Cleveland 

Hattie Metcalf Sidney 

Lulu Metc.\lf. Sidney 

Lizzie Belle Metcalf Jacksonville. 111. 

Emma Elizabeth Mills Portville, N. Y. 

Ellen Bartlett Minton Tontogany 

Mary Elizabeth Minton Tontogany 

Nellie A. Mitchell Oberlin 

Eva Moon ^^o" 

Anna Mary Morris Oberlin 

Haydie Moss Houston, Tex. 

Mary Montgomery Shelby ville, Ind. 

Ida Mary Moulton Waverly, III. 

Mary Edith Munson Indianapolis. Ind. 

Florence Rebecca Neale Allegheny City. Pa. 

Nettie Cornelia Nims Bellevue 

Lizzie Norrington Shreveport. La. 

May Orcutt Santa Barbara. Cal. 

-^ „ Fostoria 

Nellie Palmer 

Mary Corinne Patterson Westervjlle 



40 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. ' 

Viola Patterson Oberlin 

Mary Jane Peck . . .Michigan City, Ind. 

Myrtie Louisa Peck Wakeman 

Mary Frances Pelton Cleveland 

Mary Elizabeth Pierce Chicaii^o, 111. 

Mary Sabrina Pierson Hannibal, Mo. 

Belle Esther Prindle New Millbrd 

Ella Paulina Pope Ottawa 

Stella M. Pope Ottawa 

Etheline Race Oberlin 

Laura Ransom Mt. Vernon 

Fannie Campbell Reed North Fairfield 

Addie M. Remington North Amherst 

Lydia Matilda Remington North Amherst 

Pauline Reynolds Sheffield 

Alice Maliga Richardson Memphis, Tenn. 

Ally Mata Ridgway Marseilles 

Ellena Ries Bellevue 

Lucy Louise Robbins La Grange 

Ida Robinson . Helena, Ark. 

Mary Armes Ryder Portville, N. Y. 

Julia Sackett , Ruggles 

Carrie Louise Scales . . .'St. Louis, Mo. 

Emilia Schwartz Oberlin 

Mary Shelton Wakeman 

Julia Elizabeth Sherman Wakeman 

Jennie Louise Sherwood Wauseon 

Helen Winnifred Shute San Francisco, Cal. 

Mae Nathalie Shute. ... San Francisco, Cal. 

Harriet Elizabeth Silone Newport, R. I. 

Ursula Simpkins Augusta, Ga . 

Myrtle Edith Smalley Nankin 

Lucelia Smith Pana, 111. 

Mary E. Smith Oberlin 

Susanna Chapman Smith Mound City, Kan. 

Frankie Spear Oberlin 

JosiE Steele Wakeman 

Minnie Day Stewart Cleveland 

Martha Eliza Stockwell Port Huron, Mich. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



■HKIAVS. KESIDENCES. 

Bertha Belle Stone . . .Strongsville 

Saida J. Stone Strongsville 

Arabella C. S.Taylor Chicago, 111. 

Elizabeth Warren Taylor Mt. Vernon 

LucRETiA Maria Thomas Lorain 

Mary Ella Thomas Sjlvania 

Bessie C. Thompson Oberlin 

Lucy Rena Tillinghast Berlin Heights 

Alma Todd Urbana 

Alice Virginia Townsend Shreveport, La. 

Mary Elizabeth Trinter Vermillion 

Eliza Jane Trumble » East Townsend 

Mary Cleveland Tubes Pettisville 

Alma Edith Vanator Clyde 

Mary Ann Vance Portsmouth 

Emma VanMeter Yellow Springs 

Anna Townsend Waite. . Springfield, Mo. 

Myra Wales East Toledo 

IsABELLE I. Wall Washington, D. C 

Mina Waring -. Oberlin 

Mary Ella W^^ner Oberlin 

Minnie Louisa Warlow Cleveland 

Lulu Margaret Washington Lockport, N. Y. 

Lucy S. Washington Ellicottville, N.Y. 

Lydia Elizabeth Weed Ganges, Mich. 

Etta Lenore Welch Vo\V. 

Flora Lewis Wells Vermillion 

Martha Budrow Wheeler Moscow, N. Y. 

Zelma Whitney Oberlin 

Dora Georgetta Wilson Toledo 

Mary Campbell Wilson Silver Creek, N. Y. 

Grace Lee Williams : Minneapolis, Minn. 

Mary Elizabeth Woodard Kirtiand 

Carrie Electa Wright Qberlm 

Fanny Foster Wright Oberhn 

Stella Edna Wyatt .' Chatham Center 

Jane Hervey Young Toronto, Canada 

_ . ^ . . Yellowbud 
Ella Alice Zurmehly 

, ,. 231. 

Ladies 



mmnmktnt ni ilu$tt 



6 i 
FACULTY 



JAMES H. FAIRCHILD, President. 
FENELON B. RICE, Director. 
L. CELESTIA WATTLES. FRANK M. DAVIS. 

CHARLES W. MORRISON. HELEN M. RICE. 

WILLIAM B. CHAMBERLAIN. CHARLES HEYDLEK. 

HOWARD H. CARTER. IDA B. BLAKESLEE. 

SAMUEL H. BLAKESLEE. 
EDWARD B. PERRY. 



STUDENTS. 



GENTLEMEN. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

John Bachelder Abell Andover, Mass. 

Angelo Fremont Atkin Oberlin 

Jacob Bachmann Mascoutah, 111. 

Joseph M. Baggs Bridgeport 

Sherman Jacksox Baggs Bridgeport 

William Frederick Bentley Geneva 

Oreett Rom.\xzo Blanchard Oberlin 

Charles Gilbert Boise Bellevue 

Angelo Randolph Bonne y Bronson, Mich. 

Harry Clyde Brooks Oberlin 

Dalzell Adelbert Bunker Colebrook 

George Henry Carrier Rochester 

Albert John Casno Oberlin 

Edward P.\yson Churchill Oberlin 

William Cleland Clancy : . . . Oberlin 

Willis Franklin Day Oberlin 

Frederick Lincoln Drake Oberlin 

Burt Orlando Durand Oberlin 

Henry Sylvester Eckler Carlisle 

J.\MES Thome Fairchild Oberlin 



OBBRLIN COLLEGE. 43 



NAMES. 



RESIDENCES. 

Scott Ford Ruggles 

Alvah JosEPir French Wakeman 

Carleton Shattuck Frost Belmont, Mass. 

Walter S. Goff Manistee, Mich 

William Albert Griffith Cleveland 

Jay Rollix Hall Brighton 

JuLiAX Daxa Harmon Warren 

James Dunlavy Harrison Granville, 111. 

Winfield Pierce Hatch Oberlin 

Barnabas Clifford Haworth Rockville, Ind. 

Thomas Monroe Holloway Burbank 

Walter Jasperson Hopkins St. Clair, Mich. 

Will Hovey Oberlin 

Thomas Anthony Humphreys Delphos 

Seymour Everett Jackson Norwalk 

Samuel Edson Lind Canton 

Alison Noble Loomis Windsor 

Daniel Magnus Red Wing, Minn. 

Charles Beebe Martin Oberlin 

John Jay McKelvey Sandusky 

George Franklin McPherson Marietta 

Edward Lawrence Mead Olx?rIin 

George Herbert Mead Oberlin 

Charles Frank Miller Mead ville, Pa . 

Arthur Gibson Morse Oberlin 

Harold Dean Newton Ypsilanti, Mich . 

John Orvil Nye Skaneateles, N. Y. 

Arthur John Owen '• .Catawba Island 

Charles Parker Elyria 

Arthur Leavis Parker Liverpool 

Edward Watrous Peck Olx;rlin 

Lewis Humphrey Pounds Oberlin 

Shelton Lewis Proudfit Edinborough, Pa. 

James Edward Raymer Toledo 

Francis Ernest Regal Oberlin 

Oscar Reynolds Io"'»' ^'*^^^ • 

George Ellsworth Savage Churchville, N. Y . 

Arthur Albert Saxton Oberlin 

George Bennett Siddall.. . Oberlin 



44 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 

NAMB^. RESIDENCES. 

Henry Bedford Shuart Oberlin 

George LeGrand Smith Somerset, Mich . 

John Reynolds Swan Fair Haven 

Edgar George Sweet Avon 

Frederick Haynes Swift Oberlin 

Charles Finney Tambling. . Oberlin 

Edward Sweetser Tillotson Wethersfield, Conn . 

Nathan Chauncey Underhill New London 

Eugene Stanberry Upson Oberlin 

William Jay Vickery. EvansviJle, Ind. 

Charles Linsley Webster Lindenville, N. Y. 

Perry Parton Weed Douglas, Mich . 

George Clarence Westervelt Oberlin 

Herbert Eugene Westervelt Oberlin 

Robert Clarkson Wilkin Harrisville 

William Phillips Winter South Toledo 

Gentlemen 75- 

LADIES 

Bertha Elizabeth Adams Chagrin Falls 

Ida Laura Adams Sioux City, Iowa 

Emma Aldrich Weston 

Mabel Allen Cleveland 

Sadie Apker Mansfield 

Margaret Shaw Bacon Oberlin 

Elizabeth Kate Baer Summerfield, 111. 

Jennie Elizabeth Baldwin Pittsfield 

Sarah Cushman Bateham Painesville 

LiBBiE Bawden ... Phoenix, Mich . 

Mary Alice Beach , . . . Ruggles 

Clara Sophia Benedict Wellington 

Meta C. Bennett Oberlin 

Binnie Berger Bellevue 

Virginia Antoinette Berry St. Louis, Mo . 

Rosa Addie Biddulph North Olmsted 

Clara Alma Bigelow Sandusky 

Jeanne Esther Birge Oberlin 

Effie May Blair Manchester, Iowa 

Alice Perthena Blanchard Oberlin 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 45 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

J uLiA Elmira Boise Belle vue 

Maud Mary Boise Villisca, Iowa 

Lulu Ione Bombaugh Oilman, 111. 

Alice Borland Imlay City, Mich. 

ZxLEMA Marie Bourgeois New Orleans, La. 

Amelia Maria Brandau Brownhelm 

Mary Josephixe Briggs El yria 

Ida May Burwell Mercer, Pa. 

Lulu Ellen Byrnes Bellevue 

Mary Lillian Caldwell Rushville, 111. 

Frances Bennett Callaway Burt'alo, N. Y . 

Florence Louise Camp Oberlin 

Nellie Fay Canon Muscatine, Iowa 

Angie Virginia Carter LaGrange, Ind. 

Carrie Jane Carter Oberlin 

Julia Lois Caruthers Oberlin 

Sarah Castle Ashtabula 

S. L. Blanche Chaffee Tippecanoe City 

Mary Elizabeth Chamberlain Oberlin 

Angelina Chapman Lodi 

Martha Maria Chase Oberlin 

Elizabeth Kempton Clark Oberlin 

Leila Edith Clark Oberlin 

Emma Amelia Clemans , North Dover 

Laura Eoline Clemens Canal Dover 

Emma Jane Clement Hudson, Mich. 

Emma Clisbee Oberlin 

Josephine Lucretia Cody Cleveland 

Cora Czarena Colburn Oberlin 

Carrie Margaret Coleman West Williamsfieid 

Ella Coleman Chesterville 

Carrie Augusta Collins Cleveland 

Elizabeth Baker Cory Lima, Ind. 

Mary Eliza Cox Oberlin 

Lillian Imogene Crouch '^xxc. Pa 

Martha Isabel Crouch Y.\\c, Pa. 

Sarah Eleanor Crouch Erie. Pa 

Ella Crittenden Rugglc*- 

RozENA Ann Crumrine ^ """-^ 



46 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Emma Jane Cunningham , New Lisbon 

Lulu P. Cutler Tiskilwa, 111. 

Mary Frances Day Oberlin 

Emma Desvoignes Orrville 

Bella Dewey Bristol Center, N. Y . 

Minnie Lydia Dewey Austinburgh 

Minnie Maxwell Dickinson Erie, Pa. 

Cora Bernice Dimick. Carlisle 

Lizzie Donelly Nankin 

Anna Julia Dougla.s Lancaster 

Ida Drake Jefferson City, Mo. 

Mary Emelie Dudley Atlantic, Iowa 

Nellie Grant Duncan Calumet, Mich. 

Anna Cora Edmondson Valley Center, Kan. 

Hattie Jackson Emery Oberlin 

Mamie Abbie Emery Hancock, Mich. 

Alfaretta Eliza Ensign Oberlin 

Dora Ewing Ottawa 

Nancy Ellen Fair Troy 

Ida Farrar London 

Carrie Dell Fast Troy 

Etta Fehl Marseilles 

Mary Fitzpatrick Columbiana 

Delia May Foote Geneva 

Mary Augusta Ford Cleveland 

Desdemona May' Fouch Wooster 

Cora Hortense Fowler Morral 

Nora Ada Fowler Morral 

Harriet Botsford Franks Oberlin 

Grace Elaine Frisbie Des Moines, la. 

Ida Freeman Burton 

Jennie Fuller Norwalk 

Kate Miller Galbraith Mount Morris, N. Y. 

Belinda Ann Gamble La Carne 

Cora Emma Gannett Wellington 

Alice May Gardner Fulton, N. Y. 

Lizzie Lincoln Gardner. Chagrin Falls 

Mary Louise Gardner Chagrin Falls 

Jessie Maria Garfield Sheffield 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



47 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Sarah Adelle Garrett Washington, D. C. 

Hattie Alletha Gibbs Oberlin 

LiBBiE Gibson Norwalk 

May Frances Gilchrist Vermillion 

Carrie A. Gillette Wayne 

Carrie Nina Gillette Helena, Mont. 

Jessie Claire Glasier Cleveland 

Martha Wadsworth Gold West Cornwall, Conn. 

Carry Achilles Goodale Wyoming, la. 

Belle Laverne Gregory Atlica 

Blanche B. Griffin Pitch ville 

Jessie Helen Griffith Painesville 

Gertrude Ernestine Gywnn Vandalia, 111. 

Winifred Leona Hackley Belleville, N. Y. 

Florence Elizabeth Hall Hudson, Wis. 

Mary Patterson Hall Pleasant Grove 

Mary Sybil Hall Sudbury, Vt. 

Addie Hallock Antwerp 

Cornelia Maria Harmon Warren 

Mary Eleanor Harris Gilman, 111. 

Rachel Jeune Harris Lo<h 

Nettie Cornelia Harrison Cornwall Hollow, Conn. 

Olive N Harrison Granville, 111. 

Jennie H arrold Mt. Eaton 

Ada Ann Harvuot Savannah 

Caroline Willard Haynes Oberlin 

Hattie Belle Hayes Ligonier, Ind. 

Alice Mary Heald Canton, 111. 

Addie Grace Hilbish Bellevue 

Anna Belle Hilbish Bellevue 

Mary Elizabeth Hisey Nashville, 111. 

Ella Hobart Cleveland 

Rachel Alice Hoffman Oberlin 

Lillian May Holley Vernon, Mich. 

Fanny Annette Hooker Defiance 

Nellie Platt Hosford 

Clara Irena Hough 

Clara Pollard Howard 

Cynthia Howard 



Hudson 

Canaan Center 

.Adrian, Mich 
Rochester 



48 OBBRLIN COLLEGE. 

NAMES. RESIDKNCES. 

Mary Howard Adrian, Mich. 

Lizzie Estelle Hubbard Sauk Center, Minn. 

Mattie Franks Huffman Doylestown 

Anna Hufman Plymouth 

Maria Adelaide Hull Oberlin 

EsTELLA Grace Humiston Cleveland 

LuELLA May Hunt Forest 

Eva Mina Huston Brimfield, Ind. 

Mary Inez Huston Brimfield, Ind. 

Fannie Collins Hutchins .' Columbus 

Edith Jackson Lincoln, Dak. 

Lillian Josephine Jaques Cleveland 

Fanny GuLiCK Jewett Oberlin 

Alice Miriam Johnson Fredonia, N. Y. 

Jennie Philena Johnston Cortland 

Lettie Joint Bellevue 

Eva Jones W ykoff, Minn. 

Helen Iola Joslin Oberlin 

Ella Frances Kahao Dubuque, la. 

Maria Kahao Dubuque, la. 

Anna Margaret Kennedy New Brighton, Pa. 

Laura Sabina Kerr Winterset, la. 

Mattie Hell Kimball Orland, Ind. 

Jennie Kimmell Ligonier , Ind. 

Grace Genevieve Kincaid West Williamsfield 

Mary Clark Kincaid Mound City, Kan 

Minnie Kinsinger DeGraaf 

Mabel Knapp Oberlin 

Mary Lena LaMoure Oberlin 

Elizabeth Latimer Olmsted 

Christ ABEL Lee Oberlin 

Grace Lee Oberlin 

Jessie Fremont Lee Garrettsville 

Lizzie Lee Fulton, N. Y. 

Mary Holton Leet Bowling Green 

Carrie Elizabeth Long Piqua 

Lucy D. Lowe Shelby 

Helen Eudora Maltby Champaign, 111. 

Mary Exla Manley Oberlin 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



49 



NAMES. KESIDENXES. 

Josephine Marcy Springfield, Pa. 

Metta Grace M.\xwell Sanduskv, Pa. 

Belle McCoy Penfield, Pa. 

Martha Ellwood McLennan Salineville 

Mary Effa McW ade Oberlin 

Alice Edwards Mead Oberlin 

Alma Carrie Mead Oberlin 

Annis Myrtilla Mead Oberlin 

Lois Mead Oberlin 

Emma Florence Mellex Quincy, Mich. 

Jennie Lucinda Mellen Romeo, Midi. 

Ella Florence Merry Angola, Ind. 

Maggie Hamilton Merton Calumet, Micii. 

Estelle Metcalf Sidney 

Lizzie Belle Metcalf Jacksonville, 111. 

Martha Elizabeth Michener Oberlin 

Emma Elizabeth Mills Portville, N. Y. 

Minnie Minton Tontogany 

Ida Mary Moulton Waverley, 111. 

M. Ellen Mulholland Norwalk 

Eva Elizabeth Multer Ashford, N. Y. 

Frances Frederica Munson Oberlin 

Florence Rebecca Neale Allegheny City, Pa. 

Camilla Mercy Nettleton Oberlin 

Ella Minerva Nichols Corunna, Micii. 

Ida Niles • Clyde 

Mattie Eliza Nims Bellevuc 

Laura Nuttall Manistee, Mich. 

Ella Gertrude Nye X^kx^o, N. Y. 

Eva Adell Olney Manistee, Mich. 

Grace Orcutt Santa Bariwa. Cal. 

Clara Louise Osborn ^^^vasso, Mich. 

^ ,, /-. Shiloh 

Cora May Ozier 

Adelaide Luella Packard La Porte, Ind. 

Florence Nightingale Packard La Porte, Ind. 

„ Fostoria 

Nellie Palmer 

„ T^ .„ St. Louis, Mo. 

Alice Blake Parker 

„ Liverpool 

Edna Parker 

„ o. „,-,.„ Ontonagon, Mich. 

Mary Bessie Parker 



50 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



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NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Cornelia Augusta Patchen Oberlin 

Elnora Patten Oberlin 

Jennie Eliza Payne Port Clinton 

Lizzie Emma Peck Michigan City, Ind. 

Mary Jane Peck Michigan City, Ind. 

Minnie Cady Peebles Oberlin 

Anna Josephine Penfield Cleveland 

Mary Covvles Penfield Oberlin 

Minta Elizabeth Peters Pataskala 

Mary Sabina Pierson Hannibal, Mo. 

Mary Ellen Porter Seville 

Florence Adelaide Post Belleville 

Grace Eliza Pritchard Wauseon 

Mary Frances Ramsey New Lisbon 

Fannie Campbell Reed North Fairfield 

Mary Lucinda Regal Oberlin 

Ally Mata Ridg way Marseilles 

Susie Antoinette Robb Oberlin 

Rhoda Louisa Roberts Greenville, Pa. 

Mattie Leilia Rood Oberlin 

Lovedy Sarah Roper Oberlin 

Beatrice Roudebush Blooming Valley, Pa. 

Susannah Rumbaugh Bucyrus 

Mae Louise Savage Churchville, N. Y. 

Edith Mary Saxton Oberlin 

Carrie Louise Scales St. Louis, Mo. 

Emma Wood Schermerhorn Hudson, Mich. 

Kate Shurt^.eff Marengo, 111. 

Helen Winnifred Shlie San Francisco, Cal. 

Mae Nathalie Shute San Francisco, Cal. 

Ella May Smalley Nankin 

Myrtle Edith Smalley Nankin 

Carrie Ellen Smith Romeo, Mich. 

Henrietta Graves Smith Worthington, Minn. 

Jenny Mary Folsom Smith Maiden, 111. 

LucELiA Smith Pana, 111. 

Susanna Chapman Smith Mound City, Kan. 

Ulellah Nancy Smith Oberlin 

Fannie Ione Sneath Tiffin 



O BERLIN COLLEGE. 5, 



NAMES. RESIDENCBS. 

Lillian Solis St. Clair, Mich. 

Anna Delia Sorter Oberlin 

Julia Spaulding Oberlin 

Clara Amelia Sperry Sherman N. Y. 

Florence Elizabeth Sperry Sherman, N. Y 

Louie Marie Sperry Sherman, N. Y. 

IvA Maria Sproule Mt. Vernon 

Jessie Benton Steese Lake 

Bertha Sardinia Stewart Hudson, Mich. 

Harriet Putnam Streeter Oberlin 

t^ARRiE Elizabeth Stilson Clyde 

Martha Eliza Stockwell Port Huron, Mich. 

Elsie Ladora Stoker Oberlin 

Bertha Eugenia Summers Vermillion 

Emma Jane Sutton Greenwich 

Mary Osband Swift Lansing, Mich. 

Lizzie Mabelle Sykes Chicago Junction 

Carrie Eva Tambling Oberlin 

Jennie Etta Tambling Oberlin 

Mara Sigourney Taylor Helena, Mont. 

Lenora Thayer Garrettsville 

Etta Leona Thomas Ravenna 

Alma Todd Urhana 

Elva Lorena Todd Wakeman 

Alice Virginia Townsend Shreveport, La. 

Lillian Gertrude Towslee • Lodi 

Mary Eliza Tracy I'hrichsville 

Bertha Cemantha Treat Cleveland 

Mary Elizabeth Trinter Vermillion 

Etta Julia Tryon Bedford 

Sarah Augusta Tryon Bedford 

Helen Florence Tupper Ottawa 

Grace Loomis Upson Oberlin 

Kate Vance Orange 

Mary Ida Van Cleef Wellington 

Anna Townsend Waite Springfield, Mo. 

Della Josephine Waite Penn Yan, N. Y. 

Elizabeth Wallin Saugatuck, Mich. 

Minnie Louisa Warlow Cleveland 



52 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Clara Mary Webster Lindenville, N. Y. 

Belle Virginia Wells Imlay City, Mich. 

LoiE Maria West Pittsfield 

Martha Budron Wheeler Moscow, N. Y. 

Emma Elsie White Chatham 

Alice Mary Whitehead Pataskala 

Nellie Belle Wilcutt Cleveland 

Panola Adell Wilcutt Oberlin 

Jennie Wilson Milan 

Sarah Virginia Wilson Milan 

Kate Hall Winship Pierpon^ 

Emma Austin Wolcott West Farmington 

Carrie Arvilla Wood Bellevue 

Clara Emily Woodruff St. Clair, Mich. 

Jennie Mary Woodworth Collins 

Carrie Electa Wright Oberlin 

Harriet Newell Wright Calumet, Mich. 

Mary Augusta Wright Oberlin 

Jennie Youmans Mentor 

Ladies 3Ja. 



i>mnntH 



'f 



I. DEPARTMENT OF THEOLOGY. 

Seniors >o 

Middles i* 

Juniors '9 



4' 



II. DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY AND THE ARTS. 

I. CLASSIC.\I- COURSE. 

Seniors 36 

Juniors 37 

Sophomores 54 Gentlemen i45 

Freshmen 65 Ladies 47 

2. I.ITER.\KY COURSE. 

Fourth Year iS 

Third Year 27 

Second Year 44 Gentlemen... 3 



192 



First Year 47 



L:i dies 134 



■36 



3. IN SELECT STUDIES. 

Gentlemen ■ *** 

Ladies ^ 



IIL DEPARTMENT OF PREPARATORY INSTRUCTION. 

I. CLASSICAL SCHOOL. 

Seniors 7 ■ 

Middles '02 Gentlemen .85' 

Juniors 96 Ladies •>> 



Gentlemen . 



Ladies 



Gentlemen . 



Ladies 



2. ENGLISH SCHOOL. 



IV. CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC. 



i<«j 



'3V 
'3' 



37' 



■ /a 
3'* 



3S7 



Total. 



MSS 



Deducling those reckoned tvjice (members of other Departments who 

are also enrolled in Conservatory of Music) •••• '33 

641 

6S4 



Whole Number of Gentlemen. 
Whole Number of Ladies 



Corrected total. 



133.-» 



i>UtttJtt 




States and Countries. 



Ohio 

Illinois 

Michigan 

New York . 

Pennsylvania 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Massachusetts 

Connecticut 

Missouri 

Kansas 

Minnesota 

Wisconsin 

Canada 

Georg^ia 

California 

North Carolina 

Maine 

Verm ont 

Louisiana 

Arkansas 

jN ew Jersey 

Mississippi 

Nebraska 

Tennessee 

Colorado 

District of Columbia . 

Montana 

New Hampshire . . . . 

Japan 

Kentucky 

Oregfon 

Rhode Island 

Hawaiian Islands... 

South Carolina , 

Maryland 

Ireland 

Dakota 

Texas 

Virg^inia 

Alabama 

England 

Nova Scotia 

Scotland 

Siam 

Turkey 

Spain 

West Virginia 



Total . 



tment 

f 
logy. 


ent of 

ophy 

Arts. 


&■ 

f .^ 


ment 

ratory 

tion. 


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Departm 

Philos 

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Depar 
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Theo 


S03 

71 5 


Depar 

of Prep 

Inslru 


H^ 


11 


222 


181 


395 


809 


3 


29 


7 


43 


82 


4 


20 


26 


30 


80 


3 


22 


8 


35 


68 


: 


10 


7 


22 


40 




II 


7 


16 


34 




7 


7 


5 


19 


2 


10 




5 


17 


2 


S 


1 




17 


I 


6 


1 


S 


16 




S 


2 


7 


14 


I 


3 


3 


3 


10 


I 


6 


I 


2 


10 


1 


2 




6 


9 




4 




4 


8 




3 




5 


8 








5 


6 


2 






I 


6 


I 


I 


I 


2 
4 
4 


5 
5 
5 


3 






2 


4 


I 






2 
3 


4 
4 


I 
'I 






2 

I 
3 


4 
3 
3 






I 


2 


3 




2 






2 




I 






2 




I 






2 


I 


1 
I 
I 
3 

I 


I 


2 


3 
2 
2 
2 
2 

2 

3 


I 








3 


I 
I 


I 
I 

I 
I 




1 


3 


41 


390 


2S4* 


640 


■325 



Total Students from Ohio, 809. Total Students out of Ohio, 516. 



* This Column includes only those members of the Conservatory of Music who are 
not enrolled in any other department. 



Smir$i$ ix\ ^lub^. 



Department of Theology. 



The Department of Theology is designed, primarily, to prepare voung men 
for the Christian ministry. Any others wlio desire the advantages of theologi- 
cal study are received to its classes on such terms as the Faculty may prescribe. 
The school is under the special patronage of the Congregational Churches, 
but is open to students of all denominations. 

Applicants for admission are expected to furnish satisfactory evidence of 
Christian character, and of such scholarship as will enable them successfully to 
pursue the studies of the course. Students from other Theological Seminaries 
are admitted ud eunde/n, on presenting a regular dismission ; and any applicant 
may be admitted to advanced standing on satisfactory examination in the studies 
already pursued by the class which he desires to join. 

The terms and vacations will be found in the Calendar. 

Council Hall, the building devoted to the use of this Department, provides 
completely turnished rooms for fifty students, with no charge for room rent, and 
but a small incidental fee. In assigning these rooms the preference will always 
be given to those who have the work of the ministry in view. Students in 
Theology incur no expense for tuition or for the use of the Library. An inci- 
dental fee of $5.00 a term is charged to each student occupying a room in Coun- 
cil Hall, and one of $1.50 to members of the Department rooming else- 
where. Other expenses will vary according to the personal habits and tastes 
of each student. 

Aid is afforded by the American Education Society to students (unmarried) 
preparing for the ministry. The Seminary has also a special fund for the aid 
of students, from which several may receive a partial support. The Classical 
and English Schools l\irnish employment for a few experienced teachers, at a 
reasonable compensation. After the completion of the first term of the mid- 
dle year, students are permitted to supply vacant pulpits in the vicinity as 
opportunity may offer. During the summer vacation all the students may en- 
gage in preaching or other religious work, as Churches or Home Missionary 
Societies call for their services. With reasonable prudence and economy 
students have been able to pursue their course without interruption or 
embarrassment. 



56 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



Candidates for admission to the Junior Class must present evidence of 
graduation from some College, or of such scholarship as will enable them to 
enter upon the course with profit. Those who do not bring a diploma will be 
examined in Greek, Logic and Rhetoric, Modern History, Mental and Moral 
Philosophy. 

COURSE OF STUDY, 

This occupies three years, and is thus arranged : 

JUNIOR YEAR. 

Professor Ballantine g^ives instruction in Hebrew and Old Testament Exeg-esis 
throughout the year. 

Professor Wright lectures on the Harmony of the Gospels and on the Theology of the 
New Testament. 

President Fairchild lectures dnring- the latter half of the year on Natural Theolog-y, 
Evidences of Christianity, and the Authority and Inspiration of the Scriptures. 

Professor Smith g-ives an introductory course of lectures on the History of the 
Church. 

MIDDLE YEAR. 

President Fairchild lectures upon Systematic Theoloary during the Fall and Win- 
ter terms. 

Professor Ballantine continues his instruction in Hebrew Exegesis and lectures on 
the Literature of the Old Testament. 

Professor Currier gives an introductory course of Lectures in Homiletics, including 
Criticism of Sermon Plans, during the latter part of the year. 

Professor Smith lectures on the History of the Ancient Church, during the Spring 
term, Origin and Planting of the Christian Church and its .Spread in the midst of the Ancient 
Civilizations. 

Professor Wright lectures on the Epistles and New Testament Introduction. 

SENIOR YEAR. 

Professor Smith lectures on the History of the Medicvval and Modern Church, and the 
History of Doctrines during the Fall and Winter terms, and on Positive Institutions in the 
Spring term. 

Professor Currier lectures on Invention of Material and Preparation of Sermons, and 
conducts exercises consisting of the Delivery and Criticism of Written and Extempore Sermons 
during the Fall and Winter terms; also lectures on Pastoral Theology during the Spring 
term. 

President Fairchild lectures during the Spring term on the various Forms of Skep- 
ticism. 

Rhetorical exercises, consisting of the reading of essays, the delivery of 
original addresses, written and unwritten, and the extemporaneotis discussion 
of questions, occur weekly, in which the members of all the classes participate. 
Special proininence is given to extemporaneous speaking, or the delivery of 
thoughts prepared but not written, and committed to memory. Once each 
month thei-e is a public exercise, at which papers upon important theological 
questions are read by members of the Middle and Senior classes, followed by 
remarks from different members of the Faculty. Special attention can be 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. . 57 



given to Church Music. The Conservatory classes in Choral Singing are free 
to all members of the Department. 

Catalogues containing fuller particulars in reference to this Department may 
be obtained free by addressing the Secretary of the College, Mr. J. B. T. 
Marsh, Oberlin, Ohio. 



Department of Philosophy and the Arts. 



CLASSICAL COURSE. 

Candidates for admission to the Freshman class are examined in the fol- 
lowing subjects : 

English: The 'Common branches, including English Analysis; United 
States History (Ridpath's preferred); History of Greece and Rome; Science of 
Government (Alden). 

Mathematics : Arithmetic, Olney's School Algebra, and Plane Geometry 
(Wentworth's preferred). 

Latin • Grammar (Allen and Greenough's preferred) ; Ciesar, two books ; 
Cicero, five orations; Virgil, six books; Sallust's Catiline, or Cicero's De 
Senectute; Jones' Latin Prose Composition; exercises in writing Latin. 

Greek: Grammar (Hadley's preferred); Anabasis, three books; Iliad, 
three books; Jones' Greek Prose Composition, entire. 

Candidates for a higher standing are examined in the same, and also in the 
studies previously pursued by the class to which they desire admission. 

Students who have been unable to prepare for college in Greek will be 
admitted to the Freshman class if they are in advance in some other studies, 
and will have opportunity to make up the Greek afterwards. 

No admission to the Senior class is allowed later than the beginning ol the 

second term. 

The Annual Examinations for admission to College tor ibSi w, 1 occur 
June 19. 20 and 2., also September 12, at nine o'clock, in No. 2,. Chapel. 

ELECTIVE STUDIES. 

During the Sophomo.e and Junto,-, and .he Fir.e tern, of the Sentor vear. 
four?tudlef are a^ned to each tern. Each ,tnden, is requ.red to dec, three 

of these. 

FRESHMAN CLASS. 

FIRST TERM. 

as given by Hadley ;md Goodwin. 
Mathematics.. . . Oln.y's Solid and - pherical (Jeometry. 



58 . 


O BERLIN COLLEGE. 


Rhetoric 


. . During the year, Exercises in English Composition, Written Transla • 




tions and Declamations, and one original public Oration. 


The Bible.. .. 


. . Lectures each week through the year, upon the Book of Genesis, the 




Primeval Age, and the Patriarchal History. 




SECOND TERM. 


Latin 


. .Cicero's De OfRciis. C'rowell. 


Greek 


. .Greek Historians — Fernald. Formation ot Words. Prose Composi- 




tion. Idioms. Outlines of Greek History and Literature. 


.Mathematics.. 


. . Olney's University Algebra, Part Third. 




THIRD TERM. 


Latin 


. .Horace, Odes and Epodes. t'rosody. 


Greek 


. . Orations of Lysias — Stephens. Review of Inflections. Reading for 




Quantity. 


Mathematics.. 


..Trigonometry, Plane and Spherical. Surveying and Navigation — 




Loomis. 




SOPHOMORE CLASS. 




FIRST TERM. 


Latin 


.Tacitus — Champlin. Pliny's Letters. History of Rome. 


Greek 


. .Homer's Odyssey — Merry. The Lyric I'oets. Lectures on Philology. 


German 


.German Grammar— Whitney. Prose Composition. Translation and 




Reading. 


Mathematics.. 


. . Olney's General Geometry and Calculus. 


Rhetoric 


..During the year, Written Translations, si.x Essays, three Declama- 




tions, and one original public Oration. 


The Bible 


. . Lectures each week through the year, on the Later Books of the Pen 


N 


tateuch, and the early History of Israel. 




SECOND TERM. 


Latin 


.Satires and Epistles of Horace. 


German 


.Translation and Reading conitnued. Syntax of the Verb — Whitney. 


Physics 


.Mechanics — SnelTs Olmsted. Motions and Forces. Machines. The 




Pendulum. Projectiles. Si rength of Materials. 


Rhetoric 


. .Hepburn's Manual. Invention. Style. Forms of Discourse. (Seven 




weeks.) 


Evidences 


.Lectures on Evidences of Christianity. Answer lo Modern Forms of 




Skejiticism. (Five weeks.) 




THIRD TERM. 


Greek 


..Greek Tragedy. Two Plays, or three with omissions. Written 




Translations. Religion, Literature and Art of the Greeks. 


German 


.Word Formation. Schiller's " Wilhelm Tell "— Biichheim. 


Physics 


..Olmsted's Natural Philosophy. Hydrostatics. Pneumatics. Acous- 




tics. Electricity. Heat and Light. Experimental Lectures 




« and Demonstrations. 


Botany 


.Gray's Lessons and Manual. Practice in identifying and preserving 




Plants. Labor.atory work in Vegetable Histology and Crypto- 




gamic Botany. 



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59 



JUNIOR CLASS. 

FIRST TERM. 

Latin Plautus and Juvenal. Early Roman Literature. 

French Keetel's Coilegfiate Course in French. Composition. Translation 

and Reading. New Testament. 
Astronomy Snail's Olmsted . Geography of the Heavens. Use of Astronomical 

Instruments. 

Logic Deductive Logic, with Exercises. Inductive Logic. 

Rhetoric During the year, five Essays, one original Oration before the class, 

and one public Oration. 
The Bible Lectures each week through the year, on the Poetical and Prophetical 

Books of the Bible. 

SECOND TERM. 

Greek... Greek Oratory. Select Orations of Demosthenes and others, lie- 
view of Syntax. Rhetorical Analysis. History and Political 
Institutions of the Greeks. 

Mathematics.... Descriptive Geometry — Church. Principles of Perspective. Exer- 
cises in Mechanical Drawing. 

Chemistry Lectures — Chemical Philosophy. Stoichiometry. History. Prepa- 
ration, Properties and Uses in the arts of Elements and Com- 
pounds. Daily class practice in the Laboratory. Roscoc's Ele- 
mentary Chemistry. 

Zoology Comparative and Systematic Zoology. Study of Living and Cabinet 

Specimens. Laboratorv work on Animal Histology and minute 
forms of Life. Nicholson and Lectures. 

THIRD TERM. 

Latin Cicero's Philosophical Works, or Lucretius. Historj- of Roman 

Literature. 
Engineering .. .Civil Engineering. Adjustment and Use of Field Instruments. 

Trigonometrical and Topographical Surveying and Leveling. 

Free-hand Drawing. 
Chemistry Qualitative Analysis. Examination of Solutions, Salt>, Miner.ils, 

Ores, Compounds, etc. Jones' Practical Chemistry. 
Psychology ....Nature of the Soul. Consciousness, Sense Perception, Memory and 

Imagination— Porter, with Lectures. Essays by the class. 



SENIOR CLASS. 

FIRST TERM. 

Greek Plato. Greek Philosophy. 

Psychology . . . .The Powers and Processes of Thought— Porter. lectures on the Ori- 
gin and Authority of the Intuitions, on th.- Feelings, and on 
the Will. (Ten weeks.) 

English Lit. . . .History of the Language. Early English Literature. Lectures, and 
Day's Introduction to English Literature. (Four weeks.) 

Mineralogy.... Lectures-Crystallography, Classification. Descriptive Mineralogy-, 
Blowpipe Analysis and Determinative .Mineralogy, with daily 
work in the Laboratory— Brush's Manual. 

Geology ... Dynamical, Structural and Historical Geology. H.-indling and Special 

Study of 25 Minerals, ^o Lithological Specimens, and tp char.io- 
teristic Fossils. Laboratory work in Microscopicil Lithology. 
Le Conte and Lectures. 



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Rhetoric During^ the year, two Themes assigned, two Essays, and one public 

Oration. ' 

The Bible Lectures each week throug-h the year, upon the System of Doctrines 

contained in the Biljle. 



SECOND TERM. 

English Lit Study of the Later Authors. Philosophy of Eng-lish Literature — 

Day, Basconi, and Lectures. 

Ethics Moral Philosophy. Nature of Virtue. Theories of Obligation. Con- 
science. Government. Personal Rights and Duties — Fairchild. 
Lectures on International Law. 

Evidences Butler's Analogy. Study of the Text with the Analysis of the Argu- 
ment. Lectures on English Deism. Scope ot Butler's Work. 
Present Value of the Argument. (Seven weeks.) 

History The Beginnings of Modern History. States and Races of Europe. 

The Mediaeval Church and its Institutions. Political and Con 
stitutional History of England and France. Lectures. (Five 
weeks.) 

THIRD TERM. 

Economics Political Economy. Distribution. Exchange. Governmental Regu- 
lations. 

Art Lectures on Architecture, Painting, Sculpture and Music. 

Physiology Lectures — Anatomy, Human and Comparative Physiology, Special 

Senses, Food and Nutrition, Hygiene. 



LITERARY COURSE. 

Candidates for admission to the First year are examined in Englisli Gram- 
mar and Analysis; Arithmetic; Olney's School Algebra, or an equivalent; 
Latin Grammar, Jones' Reader; Caesar, fourth book; Jones' Latin Composi- 
tion, twenty lessons; Ridpath's History of the United States; Geography. 

Candidates for advanced classes will be examined in the previous studies 
of the course. 

ELECTIVE STUDIES. 

From the Second term of the Second year to the First term of the Fourth 
year inclusive, four studies are assigned to each term. Each student is re- 
quired to elect three of these. 

FIRST YEAR. 
FIRST TERM. 

Mathematics. . . Phine Geometry— Wentworth. 

Latin Caesar's Gallic War, one Book. Syntax of Nouns. Parsing and In- 
flection of Nouns and Verbs. Jones' Latin Composition. 

Nat. History. ..Physical Geography— Guyot. 

Drawing Les-ons in Linear Drawing. (Optional.) 

Rhetoric Four Essays in Narration. 

The Bible Lectures each week through the vear, on the Book of Genesis, the 

Primeval Age an 1 the Patriarchal History. 



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SECOND TERM. 

Mathematics... Solid and Spherical Geometry— Wenlworlh. 

Latin Cicero, Two Orations. Syntax of Verbs. Force of Subjunctives. 

Latin Composition. 
Government. ..Alden's Text-book on the Science of Government. Ilhistrations on 

the subject from current events. 
Rhetoric Four Essays in Description. 

THIRD TERM, 

Mathematics . . . Olney's University Alg-ebra, Part Third. 

Latin Cicero, Three Orations . 

History Itistory of Rome— Leighlon. 

Rhetoric Four Essays in Analysis and Comparison. 

SECOND YEAR. 
FIRST TERM. 

Mathematics. . .Plane and Spherical Trij^onometry — Loomis. -Surveying. Use of 

Instruments. 
Latin Virg-il's .^neid, two Books. Ancient Mythology and GeogTa|)hv. 

Prosody. 

History Freeman's Outlines of Universal History. 

Rhetoric One Essay and three Written Discussions. 

The Bible Lectures each week throus^-h the year, on the Later Books of the 

Pentateuch and the Early History of Israel. 

SECOND TERM. 

Physics Mechanics — Snell's O.msted. Motions and Forces. Machines. Pro- 
jectiles. Streny:th of Materials. 

Latin Virg-il's ^neid, four Books. 

French Keetel's Colleijiate Course in French. Composition, Translation and 

Reading:. 

Rhetoric Hepburn's Manual. Invention. Style. Forms of Discourse. (Seven 

weeks.) 

Evidences Lectures on Evidences of Christianity. Answer to Modern Forms of 

Skepticism. (Five weeks'.) 

Rhetoric One Essay and three Written Discussions. 

THIRD TERM. 

Botany Gray's Lessons and Manual. Practice in identifying and preservini: 

Plants. Laboratory Work in Vegetable Histology and Crypto- 
gamic Botany. 

French Grammar completed. Translation and Readinif. Petite Historic du 

Peuple Francais — I^acombc. 

Latin Sallust's Catiline (or Cicero's De Senectute). Review of Grnmmar. 

Analysis and Parsing. Exercises in Writing Latin. 

Physics Olmsted's Natural Philosophy. Hydrostatics. Pneumatics. Acous- 
tics. Electricity, Heat and Light. Experimental Demonstra- 
tions. 

Rhetoric Four Essays. 



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• 
THIRD YEAR. 




FIRST TERM. 


Astronomy... 


..Snell's Olmsted. Geography of the Heavens. Use oi Astronomical 




Instruments. 


German 


. . German Grammar — Whitney. Prose Composition. Translation and 




Reading-. 


Logic 


. .Deductive Logic, with Exercises. Inductive Logic— Jevons. 


L/VTIN 


..Livy. Exercises in Writing Latin. 


Rhetoric 


..Two Essays each terra during the year. 


The Bible . . . 


. . Lectures each week through the year, on the Poetical and Prophetical 




Books ot the Bible. 




SECOND TERM. 


Chemistry . . . 


.. .Lectures -Chemical Philosophy. Stoichiometry. Properties of Ele- 




ments and Compounds. Daily Practice in the Laboratory. 




Roscoe's Elementary C hemistry. 


Zoology 


..Comparative and Systematic Zoology. Study of Living and Cabinet 




Specimens. Laboratory Work on Animal Histology and 




Minute Forms of Life. Nicholson, and Lectures. 


German 


..Translation and Reading continued. Syntax of Verb — Whitney. 


Latin 


. . Cicero's De OfEciis — Crowell. 




THIRD TERM. 


Psychology . 


. . Nature of the Soul. Consciousness. Sense Perception. Memory 




and Imagination — Porter, with Lectures. Essays by the class. 


German 


. .Word -formation. Schiller's " Wilhelm Tell "— Buchheim. 


English Lit. . 


..Analysis of English classics— Shakespeare, Milton, Wordsworth, 




Coleridge. 


Latin 


. . Horace, Odes and Epodes— Chase. Prosody. 




FOURTH YEAR. 




FIRST TERM. 


Psychology.. 


..The Powers and Processes of Thought — Porter. Lectures on the 




Intuitions, Feelings and Will. (Ten weeks.) 


English Lit. . 


..History of the Language. Early English Literature. Lectures, and 




Day's Instruction. (Four weeks.) 


Ghology 


. . Dynamical, S ructural, and Historical Geology. Handling and special 




study of 25 Minerals, go Litholosical Specimens and 50 charac- 




teristic Fossils. Laboratory Work in Microscopical Lithology. 




Le Conte, and Lectures. 


History 


. ..Guizot's History of Civilization. Reports upon assigned topics in 




Contemporary History and Biography, 


Latin 


..Tacitus. Pliny's Letters. History of Rome. 


Rhetoric 


. . During the year, two Themes assigned, and two Essays. 


The Bible 


. . Lectures each week through the year, on the system of Doctrines 




contained in the Bible. 

1 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 63 



SECOND TERM. 

English Lit. ...Study of Later Authors. Philosophy of English Literature — Day, 
Bascom, and Lectures. 

Ethics Moral Philosophy. Nature of Virtue. Theories of Obligation. 

Conscience. Government. Personal Rights and Duties— Fair- 
child. Lectures on International Law. 

E\aDENCES Butler's Analogy. Text and Analysis. Lectures on English Deism. 

Scope of Butler's Work. Present Value of the Argument. 
(Seven Weeks.) 

History The Beginnings of Modern History. States and Races of Europe. 

The Mediaeval Church and its Institutions. Political and Con- 
stitutional History of England and of .France. Lectures. (Five 
weeks.) 

THIRD TERM. 

Economics Political Economy. Production. Distribution. Exchange. Gov- 
ernmental Regulations. 

Art Lectures on Architecture, Painting, Sculpture, and Music 

Physiology Lectures — Anatomy. Human and Comparative Physiology. Special 

Senses. Food and Nutrition. Hygiene. 

Each class in the Department of Philosophy and the Arts meets once 
a week for lessons in the English Bible, and once for Rhetorical Exercises. 
Public Rhetorical Exercises, consisting of orations and essays, are held in 
the College Chapel monthly, in which students of the Classical Course take 
part in turn. 

Students are expected to be provided with Smith's Classical Dictionary 
and Dictionary of Antiquities, and a Classical Atlas. The following Lex- 
icons are used: Latin — Harper's, or White's. Greek— Liddell & Scott's, 
sixth edition, or the abridged edition with Whiton's Appendices. German — 
Whitney, Flugel, or Adler. French— Spiers and Surrenne. The English 
method of pronunciation is followed in Latin, and the Continental method 
in Greek. 



Department of Preparatory Instruction, 



CLASSICAL SCHOOL. 

The Classical Preparatory School is under the same general supervision 
with the other departments, and under the immediate direction and manage- 
ment of the Principal. The members of this school are subject to the same 
regulations as other students in the College. It is designed to prepare 
students for the Classical Course. 

The regular classes are taught by the Principal and Tutors; the other 
classes by teachers selected from those students in Theology who have re- 
ceived the degree of Bachelor of Arts. 

To enter the Junior Class, students will be examined in English Gram- 
mar through Sj'ntax, Arithmetic through Percentage, and the Elements of 
Geography. Candidates for a higher standing will be examined in the studies 
previously pursued by the class to which they desire admission. 

JUNIOR CLASS. 

First Term Latin Grammar Allen & Grecnoufifh. 

Latin Reader Jones. 

Knglish Grammar Harvey. 

Geography Colton. 

Second Term. ..Latin Reailer, continued Jones. 

English Analysis Greene. 

History of the United States Ridpath. 

Third Term Ca;sar, fourth Book Stuart. 

Litin Composition Jones. 

History of the United States Ridpnth. 

Arithmetic White. 

Latin Grammar and Composition, as indicated in the Reader, throug^h- 
out'the year. 

MIDDLE CLASS. 

First Term Caesar, one Book — Stuart. Syntax of the Noun. Parsinfj and In- 
flection of Nouns and Verbs. 

Latin Prose Composition Jones. 

Greek Grammar, to Contract- Verbs Hadley. 

Greek Lessons Boise. 

Science of Government Alden. 

Second Term ... Cicero, two Orations — Allen & Greenoug-h. Syntax of the Verb. 
Force of Subjunctives. • 

Latin Prose Composition Jones. 

Greek Lessons and Anabasis— Boise. Contract and Irregular Verbs. 

History of Greece Smith. 



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Third Term Cicoro, Uiree Orations -Allen & Grecnou^h. Analysis and I'arsin^. 

Substantive Clauses. 
Anabasis— Boise. Analysis of Verb Forms. 
History of Rome Lei^hton. 

SENIOR CLASS. 

First Tbrm Virgil's ^neid, two Books — Chase. Mytholog-y and Geography. 

Prosody. 

Greek Prose Composition Jones. 

Anabasis, continued — Boise. Syntax of Nouns. Analysis and 
Parsinuf. 

Algebra Olney. 

Second Term. ..Virgil's ^neid, three Books— Chase. Analysis and Parsing. For 
mation of Words. 

Anabasis, completed Boise. 

Algebra Olney. 

Third Term Sallust's Conspiracy of Catiline Stuart. 

Homer's Iliad, three books Boise. 

General Review of Grammar. 

Plane Geometry Olney. 

The object of the linguistic instruction in this department is to secure a per- 
fect command of the forms of words in EngHsh, Greek and Latin; with such 
attention as is possible to Syntax, Prosody, History and Geography. 

Other text books than those specified are not allowed in the recitation room. 
Lessons in English Bible, and Rhetorical Exercises, weekly through the course. 



ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

The English Preparatory School is under the same general supervision with 
the other departments, and under the immediate direction and management of 
the" Principal. The members of this School are subject to the same regulations 
as other students in the College. It is particularly designed to prepare .students 
for the Literary Course in the Department of Philosophy and the Arts, but 
offers the usual privileges of an academy to students who can spend but one or 
two terms at school. Especial attention is devoted to the needs of those who are 
preparing to teach. No students are admitted who have not advanced as far as 
Fractions in Arithmetic. 

The classes are taught by Tutors and by teachers selected from the Theo- 
logical and higher College classes. 

To enter the Senior class, students will be examined in English Grammar 
through Syntax, Arithmetic and Geography. 

SENIOR CLASS. 

First Term Algebra ■ .t)lney. 

Latin Grammar Allen & Grccnough. 

Latin Reader Allen & Greenough. 

English Analysis Greene. 

Second Term.. .Algebra Olney. 

Latin Reader }cncs. 

Historv of the United States Ridpath. 



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Third Term Alg^ebra Olney. 

Cssar ■ Jones. 

History of the United States Ridpath. 

Cliisses are organized each term in the following studies: 

Arithmetic— Olney's, two classes. White's Complete. 

Grammar — Harvey's, three classes. Greene's Analysis. 

Ge-OGkaphy — Colton's, two classes. 

Elocution and Reading — National Fifth Reader. 

Algebra — Olney's School, three classes. 

Geometry — Wentworth's, two classes. 

Natural Philosophy — Avery. 

Fhysiology' — Dalton. 

Lessons in the English Bible, and Rhetorical Exercises, weekly, for all the 
students in the School. 



Drawing and Painting. 



A commodious room in French Hall is devoted to the use of this department. 

PENCIL DRAWING 
Comprises free-hand and object drawing, linear, perspective, and studies 
from nature. 

CRAYON. 

t 

Studies of head and figure ; studies of animals, etc. ; also crayon portraits ; 
drawing from casts in both. 

OIL PAINTING. 
Landscape and marine studies, figures, animals, fruit and flowers. 

IN WATER COLORS 

A specialty is made of flower painting from nature. 

Decorative work is done in both oil and water colors. 

At tlie Annual Commencement, in June, an Exhibition is held of work done 
by the pupils during the year; and it is expected that the drawings and paintings 
will not be sent home until after that time. 

All members of the Literary Course receive one term of instruction in 
drawing free. 



Conservatory of Music, 



This Department is under the same general management as the other 
Departments, and under the special supervision of the Director. 

It is the purpose of those havhig it in charge, so to arrange the course of 
study Ihat, in pursuing it, one may become a thorough, well-balanced Musician 
and not a superficial or one-siJed one. As the course of study laid down in, 
our Colleges and Seminaries of learning is intended to give a knowledge, not of 
Language alone, or of Mathematics, or of Natural Science, or of Metaphysics, 
but such a comprehension of them all as will form a sub. tantial basis for future 
attainments; so in the Conservatory, it is the aim to give each student an 
acquaintance, not w'ith Theory, Piano-Forte, Singing, Organ, or Violin alone 
but such a knowledge of them all as will be the groundwork on which special 
studies and even virtuoso attainments can be superimposed. 

The course of study in Theory requires three years. 

For Piano, Organ, Singing and Violin, the length of time is not fixed, de. 
pending as it does tipon the acquirements of the student before entering, and 
upon his talent and diligence. Enough time, however, is required in each of 
these branches to fit the student forgiving sound instruction, which is generally' 
from three to five years. 

All students completing the course in four of the above branches are awarded 
Diplomas by the College, provided they have presented to the Director satisfac- 
tory evidence of proficiency in the fundamental branches of an English educa- 
tion. No one will be graduated who has pursued less than three of the above 
branches. 

COURSE OF STUDY. 

The following is an outline of the course pursued here: 

HARMONY. 

Scales, both Major and Minor, Intervals and their Inversions, Chords in their vari- 
ous Uelations, P;irt-\vntin s Moaulation, Choral, Sinjfle and Double Counterpoint, Com- 
position, and Analysis of Musical Works. 

PIANO FORTE. 

Duvernoy, op. 120. 

Cztrny, op. 635. 

Heller, op. 4''\ 

Spindler, op. 141. 

Selections fro'ii Heller, op. 45 and 16. 

Le Couppuy, op. 20. 



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Selections from Krause, op. S, and Loeschhorn, op. 66, in connection with Czerny, 
op. 299, approximating' metronome time. 

Kullak's Octave School. 

Jensen, op. 32. 

Cramer's Fifty Studies (Von Bulow's edition). 

Besides these, selections from I.oeschh .rn, op. 38, 52 and 67, Schmidt, op. 16, and 
Czerny, op. 740, will be used at the discretion of the teachers. 

The aesthetic development will be made to keep pace with the above by the study 
of Sonatas, Salon-pieces, Trios (with string^ed instruments), Concertos and other works, 
with orchestral accompaniment by the best composers. 

CULTIVATION OF THE VOICE. 

Careful instruction is given in the use of the voice, and the correct manner of pro- 
ducing a good tone; thorough drill in Technical Exercises, Solfeggios. Vocalises, etc., 
to give control over, and flexibility to the voice; and practice in singing the best Eng- 
lish, German, Italian and French Songs, Operatic Arias and Solos from the Oratorios, 
for expression and the development of a pure style. 

ORGAN. 

Selections from Rink's and Kilter's Organ Schools. 

Pedal Technics — Thayer. 

Pedal Studies — Volkmar. 

Studies in Pedal Phrasing — Buck. 

Trios, op. 20, Richter, and op. 39, Merkel. 

F)igues'from the Well-Tempered Clavier, arr. by Van Eyken — Bach. 

Selections from Mendelssohn's Scnatas, Preludes and Fugues, Ritter's Sonatas, 
Bach's Organ Works. 

Miscellaneous selections from the works of Guilmant, Buck, Smart, G. Ad. Thomas, 
Best, Freyer, Richter, Hesse, Ritter and others. 

Exercises in playing Church Music, Voluntaries, accompanying Choirs, Registra- 
tion, etc., including all that is necessary to give one a thorough masterj' over the organ 
for Church or Concert use. 

VIOLIN. 

Pupils receive careful instruction as to the correct manner "of holding the Violin, 
using the bow, and producing a good tone. 

The course comprises, besides the Schools of David and Sphor, Etudes by Wichtel, 
Kayser, Kreutzer, Prume, etc., with selections from the compositions of Alard, Rode, 
De Beriot, Sphor, I^afont, Schumann, Schubert, Weber, Mozart, Beethoven. 

Viola and Violoncello are also taught, and pupils who are sufficiently advanced in 
the study of any of these instruments will have an opportunity for practice in string 
quartettes, trios, concertos, and the Conservatory Orchestra. 

Students in the Conservatory are subject to the regular College discipline. 

A large and carefully-selected Library of Standard Music, numbering about 
seven thousand pieces, is open to the student lor use in practice, for which a 
charge of $1.00 to $3.00 per term is made, according to the amount of music 
required. 

Weekly rehearsals are given, at which pupils who are competent are expected 
to perforin. Pupils must furnish or rent their instruments for practice. Pianos 
can always be rented in town at reasonable rates. Students in other departments, 
taking lessons in music, are required to make their arrangements with the 
Director. 

Catalogues, containing full particulars concerning this department, can be 
obtained by addressing the Director, Prof. F. B. Rice, Oberlin, Ohio. 



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ADMISSION. 

The educational facilities at Oberlin have always been open to all applicants, 
without regard to sex or color. The student, in every department, purs^ues his 
studies in his private room, and meets with his class in the public room for reci- 
tation. No arrangement is made for those who have not sufficient maturity and 
self-control to study profitably under these conditions. Both sexes recite in the 
same classes when pursuing the same studies. 

Candidates for admission to any of the departments must furnish satisfactory 
evidence of good character; and those coming from other Institutions must 
bring a certificate of honorable dismission. None are admitted to full member- 
ship until they have honorably passed a probation of six months. None will be 
received under sixteen years of age, unless committed to the care of some 
approved resident of the place, after special arrangement with the Faculty. 

TERMS AND VACATIONS. 

The school year consists of three terms. The Fall term begins on Tuesday, 
September ii to 17, and continues fourteen weeks, closing on the Tuesday pre- 
ceding Christmas. The Winter and Spring terms embrace each twelve weeks. 
The Holiday vacation consists of two weeks, the Spring vacation of one, and the 

Summer vacation of eleven (see calendar). 

REGULATIONS. 

The regulations of the Institution are few and simple, appealing to the stu- 
dent's self-respect and personal responsibility. He is required to abstain from the 
use of tobacco and intoxicating drinks. Secret societies are not allowed in con- 
nection with the College. No student is allowed to visit one of the other sex at 
a private room, except by special permission in case of severe sickness. 

RELIGIOUS EXERCISES. 

All students are required to attend Church twice on Sunday, and to 
attend daily prayers in the evening at the Chapel, and in the morning with the 
families in which they board. Every class has a weekly exercise in the English 
Bible, which all are required to attend. 



70 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



There is a weekly prayer meeting on Monday evening for all young people, 
conducted by the students; and a weekly prayer meeting for each class, con- 
ducted by one of the teachers. 

EXAMINATIONS. 

At the close of each term, the classes are examined in the studies of that 
term, and at the end of the year there are general examinations, oral or written, 
in all departments. 

Every recitation and examination is marked, and a record is kept by the 
Faculty of the attainments of each student, and also of his delinquencies. 
Information concerning his progress and deportment is, when requested, com- 
municated to the parent or guardian. 

DEGREES AND DIPLOMAS. 

The Degree of Bachelor of Divinity is conferred upon the graduates of the 
Department of Theology; that of Bachelor of Arts upon the graduates of 
the Classical Course in the Department of Philosophy and the Arts. The 
Degree of Master of Arts is conferred upon any Bachelor of Arts of three 
or more years' standing, who has been engaged in literary or scientitic pur- 
suits, and has sustained a good Uioral character. Diplomas, certifying the 
successful completion of the prescribed course of study, are given to the gradu- 
ates of the Literary Course in the Department of Philosophy and the Arts, and 
to the graduates of the Conservatory of Music. Graduates from the full course 
in either Departinent, and those receiving the degree of Master of Arts, pay a 
diploma fee of $5.00 each. 

LIBRARIES. 

The Libraries connected with the College number over fifteen thousand vol- 
umes, and are constantly receiving additions. They are made doubly valuable 
to students by the counsel and assistance of a very competent librarian. 

CABINETS. 

The Cabinets in Geology and Natural History amply illustrate the branches 
of Mineralogy, Lilhological Geology, Palaeontology, Archaeology, Radiate Life, 
American and Foreign Shells and Insects, and many branches of Vertebrate 
Life. Valuable additions are being constantly made to these collections. 

MICROSCOPICAL LABORATORY. 

This Laboratory is supplied with modern instruments of the best quality. 
Instruction is given in the use of the Microscope, in Vegetable and Animal 
Histology, in various branches of Biology, and in the Microscopic Structure of 
Rocks. Students in Botany, Zoology an.d Geology may elect microscopical 
work in connection with these subjects. 



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CHEMICAL LABORATORY. 

Ample facilities are afforded students for special study in Chemistry. The 
Laboratories are well equipped with conveniences — furnished work-tables, water 
and gas supplies, fine balances and apparatus for both general and special 
analytical work. Students pursuing the General Course in ChemiNtrv may in 
addition elect the Experimental Course in Laboratory Practice. The second 
term in Chemistry, elective to members of the Junior Class, is devoted to gen- 
eral Qualitative Analysis. Special and post-graduate students desiring to 
pursue a further course in advanced chemical work, can do so by arrangement 
with the Professor of Chemistry. 

The facilities afforded in the study of Mineralogy are, an extensive mincr- 
alogical cabinet, a large collection of crystal models, and convenient blowpipe 
tables furnished with the best apparatus. 

GYMNASIUMS. 

The College has two well-equipped gymnasiums — one for young men and 
one for young women. 

LECTURES. 

In addition to the lectures announced in the Courses of Study, Practical Lec- 
tures on General Habits, Methods of Study, and other important subjects, are 
delivered once in two weeks to the young women, by the Principal of tlie 
Ladies' Department, and to the young men of the Preparatory Schools by the 
Principal of those schools. 

A lecture is given in the College Chapel to the students of all departments 
each Thursday afternoon. These lectures discuss a wide range of topics, and 
are delivered in turn by the President and Professors, and by invited speakers 
from abroad. 

LITERARY SOCIETIES. 

The young men have three Literary Societies— the Phi Kapjia Pi, the Phi 
Delta, and the Alpha Zeta; and the young women two— the Ladies' Literary 
Society, and the ^lioian. These Societies have long maintained a very iiigh 
standard of literary excellence. They meet each week in attractive, well fur- 
nished rooms. The members present essays, orations and discussions, and 
become familiar with parliamentary rules. At each meeting the e.vercises of 
the preceding week are reviewed in an extended critique. The five Societies 
constitute the Union Library Association, which possesses a choice library of 
over 4,000 volumes, conducts a lecture course, and publishes the "Obcrlin 
Review." 

PENMANSHIP. 

Arrangements are made to furnish instruction in Penmanship, under a per- 
manent and approved teacher. A pleasant and commodious room in Tappan 
Hall is devoted to classes in writing. For terms, see table of extra charges, or 
address the Instructor in Penmanship. 



72 OBBRLIN COLLEGE. 



FACILITIES FOR SELF SUPPORT. 

The College does not furnish manual labor to students. Diligent and 
faithful young men can usually find employment in the village, with satisfac- 
tory compensation, for all the time that they can profitably spare from their 
studies. A large number earn enough from term to term to meet a great jrart 
of their expenses— by working at trades, doing chores at private houses, taking 
care of gardens, sawing wood, teaching school in vacation, etc., etc. A few 
young men find employment in the care of the college buildings. Occa'^ion- 
ally a student by rigid economy and hard work is able to meet all of his 
expenses, while studying, from his earnings. But in such cases his health or 
his studies are almost sure to suffer. No one should come, even for one term, 
expecting to support himself, without at least thirty or forty dollars at his com- 
mand to be used as needed. Special arrangements are made so that those 
students who are obliged to teach in the Winter, can make up the studies of the 
Winter term in the Summer vacation, under the instruction of members of the 
Faculty. Free tuition is furnished to a limited number of self supporting 
students, as provided for in the list of scholarships enumerated elsewhere, and 
the College has funds for otherwise aiding certain classes of needy students, to 
some extent. But the chief advantage it can offer indigent students is the very 
low rate at which all its facilities are aflbrded. 

LADIES' DEPARTMENT. 

Young women in all the departments of study are under the supervision of 
the Principal of the Ladies' Department, and the management of the Ladies' 
Board. They are required to be in their rooms alter eight o'clock in the even- 
ing during the Spring and Summer months, and after half-past seven during 
the Fall and Winter months. 

Every young woman is required to present, once in two weeks, a written 
report of her observance and her failures in the observance of the regulations 
of the Department, signed by the matron of the family in wliich she boards. 
These reports, together with the marks of her recitations, are recorded by the 
Principal, and are open at all times for the inspection of the Faculty, the Ladies' 
Board, and all friends interested. 

ROOMS AND BOARD. 

Rooms and table board can be had in the college buildings or in private 
families, as preferred. 

The Ladies Hall has rooms for one hundred young women, and a boarding 
hall for the accommodation of its occupants, and of gentlemen rooming else- 
where. It is a fine brick building, with pleasant grounds, and easy of access 
to the recitation rooms. The Principal of the Ladies' Department, and the 
Assistant Principal, make their home here. Each room is intended for two 
occupants. It has a closet attached, and is furnished with inside blinds, air- 
tight wood stove, bedstead, spring bed, husk mattress, carpet, wash-stand, chairs, 
lamp, and other necessary furniture except bedding. The occupant furnishes 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 73 



her own bedding, towels and table napkins. Room rent in the Hall is $10.50 a 
term for each person. This pays, also, for lights, the privileges of the house, 
and the care of an excellent nurse in any ordinary sickness. Fuel is furnished 
— delivered in the room — as required, the charge being according to the amount 
consumed. No room will be considered engaged for any term, unless two dol- 
lars has been paid in advance on rent. This sum will be forfeited if the room 
is not taken, unless written notice is given to Mr. R. H.\tch, Superintendent 
of the Hall, two weeks before the opening of the term. Any one leaving before 
the end of the term will not be entitled to a return of any part of the money 
paid for room rent. Room rent is payable each term in adv -nee, and table 
board each half term in advance, to the Superintendent of the Hall. Applica- 
tions for admission to the Hall should be made to the Principal of the Ladies' 
Department. 

Young women purposing to live in private families are expected to consult 
the Principal before engaging their boarding places. Young women are 
allowed to board themselves, by making arrangements with the Principal 
beforehand. 

Rooms for young men, in Tappan Hall, are furnished with stove, table, 
chairs, wash-stand and bedstead. The charge — for two rooms — when occupied 
by only one person, is $4.00 a term; when occupied by two persons, $2.50 
each. 

None but students in the Theological Department are allowed to occupy 
rooms in Council Hall. 

Living expenses vary somewhat with the cost of provisions. Students who 
are willing to live plainly, can live at as low cost and as well, for the money, as 
in an V other college. At present, table board at the Ladies' Hall is $2.75 per 
week, making cost of room and board at Ladies' Hall about $3.50 per week. In 
private families, table board and furnished rooms range in price, according to 
quality, from $2.50 to $4.50 per week; fuel and lights extra. There is no diffi- 
culty in securing board and rooms at any time of the year. 

To meet the case of students who, from preference or necessity, wish to 
bring their expenses down to the lowest point consistent with healthful living, 
arrangements have been made lor furnishing board and room for young women 
at Stewart Hall, corner of Main and Lorain streets, for $2.00 a week, or for 
$1.50 a week and two hours' work a day. Each room is furnished with bed- 
stead, mattress, table, chairs, stove and wash-stand. Bedding, and all other 
articles required for furnishing the room, aside from those just mentioned, are 
supplied by the occupant. The table tare is of the best quality, but plain-dis- 
pensincx with tea and coffee, and expensive luxuries, for the sake of keeping the 
price at the lowest rate. Young men are furnished table board at Stewart Hall 
for $2.co a week, and can obtain accessible rooms elsewhere at 25 cents a week 
and upward. Under this arrangement it is believed students are able to live 
as cheaply as they can board themselves, while they escape the obv.ous disad- 
vantages and deprivations of self-boarding. By means of it, and a similar 
economy in other expenditures, one hundred dollars can be made-with the 
earnings of one or two hours' work a day-to meet all absolutely necessary ex- 
penses for tuition, incidentals, board, room, books, fuel, lights and washing for 
a college year. 



74 O BERLIN COLLEGE. 



EXPENSES. 

The following table exhibits a careful estimate of the necessaiy expenses for 
a term of twelve weeks, in any department except the Theological, in which 
there is no charge for tuition, room rent, or use oflibrarj. Thorough instruction in 
vocal music is free to all. Tuition, incidentals, and all extra charges are payable 
each term in advance. Second-hand text-books can usually be purchased at the 
bookstores at largely reduced prices. 

Tuition $3 00 .■r3 00 

Incidentals, (including use of Library and Gymnasium), 700 700 

Board, $'.75 to $.3.00 per week 21 00 to 36 00 

Room Rent 3 00 to 13 00 

Fuel, Lights and Washing- 4 00 to 15 00 

Books and Stationery a 00 to 5 00 

$40 00 S78 00 
EXTRA CHARGES. 

Laboratory Practice $5 00 

Qualitative Analvsis 10 00 

Mineralogy and Blowpipe Analysis 5 00 

Piano 15 00 

Organ 15 00 

Cultivation of the Voice 15 00 

Violin, Viola or Violoncello ig 00 

Harmony , 6 00 

Use of Instrument, one hour per day %2 00 — 3 00 

Use ol Musical Library 1 00 — ^3 00 

Oil Painting, with use of Models, thirty -five les.sons 1000 

Water Colors 6 00 

Crayon Drawing, fifty lessons 7 00 

Linear Perspective 6 00 

French or German, except in the Regular Courses S 00 

Penmanship, one term, one hour a day S 00 

Penmanship, one month, constant practice 6 00 

Full Course in Practical, or Ornamental, Penmanship, each 20 00 

Full Course in both styles 30 00 

Students can deposit their money with the College Treasurer at the open- 
ing of the terin, and draw it out from time to time in such sums as may be 
needed, afterward. The officers of the College cannot, however, undertake to 
exercise an}' special supervision of the individual expenditures of students. 

RAILWAY FARES— REDUCED RATES. 

Arrangements have been made with the Lake Shore & Michigan Southern 
Railway, by which students wishing to make visits hoine in vacation can procure 
round trip tickets from Oberlin to any point on that road between Buffalo and 
Chicago, or to any point on its branch lines to Oil City, Pa., Youngstown, Ohio, 
Detroit, Lansing, and Grand Rapids, Mich., and return, at the special rate of 
two cents a mile. 



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LOCATION AND SURROUNDINGS. 

The College is located at Oberlin, Lorain County, Ohio, a pleasant and 
healthful vi.lage of some four thousand inhabitants, thirty miles west of Cleve- 
land. Situated on the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway, it is easily 
accessible from all parts of the country. The place was founded as a home for 
the College, and the population consists chiefly of those who have been drawn 
there by educational attractions. This gives it a special atmosphere of culture 
and good order, while as a home for students it is remarkably free from the 
temptations and dangers often surrounding school life. There are no drinking 
saloons in town. But those who seek bad company will find it — or make it — 
anywhere, and the College does not offer itself as a reformatory for young 
people who are too wayward for home restraints. The churches of the place 
consist of two Congregational — numbering some seven hundred members each — 
two Methodist, one Protestant Episcopal, and one Baptist. Each student 
attends the church of his choice. 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

A student can enter at any time, but it is specially desirable to be present, if 
possible, at the opening of the term. No money is refunded to a student who 
leaves before the close of the term, except in cases where one is excused from 
his classes, within two weeks of the opening of the term, on account of his own 
sickness, in which event a part of his term bills — about one-half — will be 
refunded. A student taking a regular course, and absent for a full term, is 
required to pay the tuition fee for that term, if he maintains his standing with 
his class. 

Students who do not wish to take a full course, can select such studio in 
any department as they are prepared to pursue to advantage. 

Opportunities are afforded by the lecture courses, that are kept up through 
the most of the college year, to hear the best lecturers in the land; and choice 
musical entertainments are furnished, from time to time, in connection with the 
Conservatory. 

Letters of inquiry may be addressed to the Secretary of the College, 
Mr. J. B. T. Marsh, Oberlin, Ohio. 



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The College has the tbllowing Scholarships, which are available in the 
assistance of students, as specified: 

Trustees' Scholarships. — Voted by the Board of Trustees, and furnishing 
free tuition ($3.00) each term to twenty-five self-supporting students. 

Hinchman Scholarships. — Founded bj Miss Jane Hinchman, of Philadel- 
phia, and furnishing free tuition ($3.00) to ten self-supporting young women. 

Avery Scholarships. — Founded by the executors of the estate of Rev. 
Charles Avery, of Pittsburgh, Penn., and furnishing free tuition ($3.00) to fifty 
" indigent^and worthy " colored students. 

Tracy Sturges Scholarship. — Founded by Mr. Stephen B. Sturges, ot 
Brooklyn, N. Y., and furnishing free tuition to a student of " good reputation 
for truthfulness." 

Finney Scholarship. — Founded by Mrs. Caroline Phelps Stokes, of New 
York City, and yielding the interest on $1,250 for a colored student preparing 
for missionary work in Africa. 

Jennie M. Rosseter Scholarship. — Founded by Mrs. Caroline H. Ros- 
seter, of Great Barrington, Mass., and yielditig 4.he interest on $1,500 for aiding 
" indigent young men " in the Theological Department, in their education for 
the ministry. 

Howard L. Valentine Scholarship. — Founded by Mrs. Lucy H. Valen- 
tine, of Mountain ville, N. Y., and yielding the interest on $1,000 to a self-sup- 
por'ing young woman. 

Caroline Scholarship. — Founded by Mrs. Caroline Phelps Stokes, of New 
York City, and yielding the interest on $1,000 to a self-supporting young 
woman. 

Talcott Scholarship. — Founded by Mr. James Talcott, of New York 
City, and yielding the interest on $1,000 to a self-supporting young woman. 

Metcalf Scholarship. — Founded by Mr. E. W. Metcalf, of Elyria, Ohio, 
and yielding the interest on $1,000 to a self-supporting young woman. 



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Dodge Scholarship. — Founded by Mrs. M. P. Dodge, of New York Citv 

and yielding the interest on $1,000 to a self-supporting young woman. 

Butler Scholarship. — Founded by Mrs. Mahala Butler, of Winchendon, 
Mass., and yielding the interest on $1,000 for the assistance of young men 
studying for the ministry. 

Painesville Scholarship. — Founded by the Congregational Church of 
Painesville, Ohio, and yielding the interest on $i,oco for the assistance of 
young men studying for the ministry'. 

Avery Fund. — Established by the executors of the estate of Rev. Charles 
Avery, of Pittsburgh, Penn., and yielding the interest on $6,000 for the aid of 
" indigent and worthy " colored students. 

Jones Fund. — Originating in a bequest by Miss Jones, of Syracuse, N. Y. 
and since increased by the donations of others, which yields the interest on 
$1,000, to be loaned to self-supporting young women. 



Sitlim^. 



TERMS AND VACATIONS. 

i8Si. 

Fall Term begins Tuesday, Sept. 13. 

Winter Vacation begins Tuesday, Dec. 20. 

1882. 

Winter Term begins Tuesday, Jan. 3. 

Spring Vacation begins Tuesday, March 28 

Spring Term begins Tuesday, April 4. 

Summer Vacation begins Thursday', June 29. 

Fall Term begins Tuesday, Sept. 12. 

Winter Vacation begins Tuesday, Dec. 19. 

18S3. 
Winter Term begins Tuesday, Jan. 2. 



PUBLIC OCCASIONS. 

1882. 

Junior Exhibition Friday, April 14 

Union Exhibition of the Ladies' Literary Societies. . Wednesday, June 14 

Exhibition of the Senior Preparatory Class Wednesday, June 21 

Exhibition of the Conservatory of Music Tliursdav, June 22 

Address to the Theological Alumni Friday, June 23 

Commencement, Department of Theology Saturday, June 24 

Baccalaureate Sermon Sunday, June 25 

Address before the Missionary Society Sunday, June 25 

Union Exhibition of the College Societies Monday, June 26 

Address before the Literary Socieiies Monday, June 26 

Commencement, Literary Course Tuesday, June 27 

Address before the Society of Alumni Tuesday, June 27 

Commencement, Classical and Scientific Course. . .Wednesday, June 28 



jf^^The Fiftieth Anniyersary of the founding of the College will be 
observed in June, 1883, by a Reunion of the Alumni and friends of the In- 
stitution, and by appropriate public exercises. 



TABULAR VIEW OF THE EXERCISES 

IN THE 

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY AND THE ARTS. 

FOR THE YEAR 1S81-2. 



FALL TERM. 







8-9. 


9— 10. 


10— II. 


11-12. 


r 


Freshman . . . 
Sophomore .. 

Junior 

Senior 

First Year .. 


Greek. 


Latin 


Geometry 

(Jreek .... 




H^. 


German 


Calculus 


Latin 


Astronomy 

Mineralog-3' 


French 

G"Olnsry 

Phys'i "Gco^jraphy. 

1 risjonomctrv 

Latin 


Lilin 




■CM 


.Mental Philos. 

Geometry 

Latin 


Greek 

Latin 


>■- 


Second Year. 
'Ihird Year.. 
Fourth Year 


Outlines of History 

Astronomy 

Hist. Civilization . 




i>^ 


Gerninu 

Mental Philos. 


Loffic . 


^ 


Gcolog-y 


Latin 





Saturday.— Fre-shman, Bibl9 Exercise instead of Geometry; First Year, Bible Exercise in- 
stead of Ph'sical Geoo:r;iphv: Sophomore, Bible E.vercise instead of Ijreck; Second 
Year, Bible Exercise instead of Triifonometrv ; Juvmr and Third Year, Bible Exercise 
instead of Loofic; Senior and Fourth Year, Bible Exercise instead of Mental Philosophy. 



WINTER TERM. 







S-9. 


9—10. 


10— II. 


II— la. 


- 


Freshman 




Aljfebra 


Greek 

Latin 


Latin 




Sophomore .. 

Junior 

S.^;nior 




Evidences & Khet. 
Dtscriptive Gi-om 
Biiiler.-MoJ. Hist. 


Mechanics 


Zoology 


L Uin 

En^. Lit'rature 
Lalin 


Chemistrv 

Moral Philos.. 


^z 


First Year.. 


Science of Govt. .. 




Kvidences & Rhet. 

(ierman 

Butler.- .Mod. Hist. 


Vx nch 

Latin 

Enjf. Lit'rature 


Mechanics 


«^ 


Third Year.. 
Fourth Year 


Z jolosrv 


Cliemi.strv 


^ 




Moral Philos.. 







Saturday. — Freshman, Bible Exercise instead of Latin; First Year, Bible Exercise Instead 
of Geometrv; Sopmomoke and Second Year, Bible Exercise instead of Mechanics; 
Junior ;;nd Third Year, Bible Exercise instead of Zooloijy; Se.vi )ii and Fourth Year, 
Bible Exercise instead of Moral Philosophy. 

SPRING TERM. 







r 


Freshman . .. 


^ 


Sophomore .. 


-t; 


Junior 


l.'^ 


Senior 


> ■ 


First Year .. 


6^ 


Second Year. 


Third Year.. 


H 


Fourth Year 



8-9. 



German 

Civil Ens!;^ineerinj»-. 
I^ectures on Art. .. 
Al j^ebra 



German 

Lectures on Art. 



9 — 10. 



Trigonometry 

C^reek 

Greek 

Physiology 

Histo y of Rome. 

Krench 

English Classics. 
Physiolog^y 



Latin 

Botany 

ChLMuistry 

Pill. Economy. 

Latin 

Botany 

Latin 

Pol. Economv. 



II— IJ. 



Greek 

.Natural Philos. 
Mentiil Philos. 



.Natural PI:ilos. 
.MenUt Philos. 



Saturday -Freshm.w, Bible Exercise instead of Greek; First Year, Bible Exercise instcnd 
of Latin; SOPHOMORE and Sfcond Year, Bible hxerci-e instead of Bobiny; Junior and 
Tiiikd Year, Bible Exercis,- instead of .Mental Philosophy; t.KNlOK and Houkth Y.ar. 

Bible Exercise instead of Politic.il Economy. 



Rhetorical Exercises through the year on Monday. First Ybar and Second Ykar from » 
to 4 P.M. ; Freshman. Sophomore, Junior and Third Year, from 10 to la a. m. ; Senior 
and Fourth Year, from i to 3 p. m. 



I 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 

1882-83. 



CATALOGUE 



OF THE 



Officers and Students 



OF 



BERLIN COLLEG 



FOR THE 



COLLEGE YEAR, 



1882-83. 



CHICAGO: 
BLAKELY, MARSH & CO., I'RINTKRS, 

18S2. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



Rev. JAMES H. FAIRCHILD, President. 



TERM EXPIRES 1SS3. 

E.J.GOODRICH Oberlix. 

F. C. SESSIONS Columbus. 

L. C. WARNER, M. D New York. 

ISAAC STONE Northampton, Mass. 

TERM EXPIRES 1SS4. 

E. W. METCALF Elyria. 

J. E. MARSHALL Sandusky. 

G. HENRY WHITCOMB Worcester, Mass. 

Rev. RUSSELL T. HALL Mt. Vernon. 

TERM EXPIRES 1885. 

Rev. MICHAEL E. STRIEBY Newark, N. J. 

URIAH THOMPSON Oberlin. 

Rev. WILLIAM B. BROWN Orange, N. J. 

Rev. R. G. HUTCHINS Minneapolis, Minn. 

TERM EXPIRES 1886. 

Rev. JOSIAH STRONG Hudson. 

A. B. NETTLETON Minneapolis, Minn. 

Rev. WOLCOTT B. WILLIAMS Charlotte, Mich. 

SETH H. SHELDON... Cleveland. 

TERM EXPIRES 1SS7. 

J. G. W. COWLES Cleveland. 

WILLIAM SUMNER Cincinnatl 

T. L. NELSON Ely'ria. 

W. H. UPSON Akron. 

TERM EXPIRES 1SS8. 

JAMES MONROE Oberlin. 

J. E. INGERSOLL Cleveland. 

J. D. COX Cincinnati. 

DAN P. EELLS Cleveland. 



PRUDENTIAL COiMMITTEE. 



Pres. J. H. FAIRCHILD. E. J. GOODRICH. 

URIAH THOMPSON. J. B. T. MARSH. 

Prof. JOHN M. ELLIS. Prof. G. W. SHL'RTLEFF. 

R. HATCH: 



J. B. T. MARSH, Secretary .\nd Treasurer. 



Rev. GEORGE P. KIMBALL, 



/ 



Prof. CHARLES G. FAIRCHILD, ) 



Financial Secretaries. 



LADIES' BOARD OF MANAGERS. 



Mrs. a. a. F. JOHNSTON. 
Mrs. MINERVA E. ELLIS. 
Mrs. ELIZABETH S. MEAD. 
Mrs. J. AUGUSTA SMITH. 



Mrs. MARY B. SIIURTLEFF. 
Mrs. HELEN M. RICE. 
Mrs. M. J. P. HATCH. 
Mrs. ABBY W. MARSH. 



Rev. henry MATSON, Librarian. 



FACULTY. 



Rev. JAMES H. FAIRCHILD, President, 

PROFESSOR OF THEOLOGY AND MORAL PHILOSOPHY. 
FINNEY PROFESSORSHIP. 

Rev. JOHN MORGAN, 

EMERITUS PROFESSOR OF NEW TESTAMENT LITERATURE AND BIBLICAL THEOLOGY. 

Rev. JOHN M. ELLIS, 

PROFESSOR OF MENTAL PHILOSOPHY AND RHETORIC. 
STONE PROFESSORSHIP. 

Rev. CHARLES H. CHURCHILL, 

PROFESSOR OF MATHEMATICS AND .NATURAL PHILOSOPHY. 

""'- Rev. JUDSON SMITH, 

PROFESSOR OF CHURCH HISTORY AND POSITIVE INSTITUTIONS, AND LECTURER 

ON MODERN HISTORY. 

GILES W. SHURTLEFF, A. M., 

PROFESSOR OF THE LATIN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE. 
GRAVES PROKFSSORSHIP. 

FENELON B. RICE, D. M., 

PROFESSOR OF MUSIC. 

ALBERT A. WRIGHT, A. M., Ph. B., 

PROFESSOR OF GEOLOGY .\ND N.VTURAL HISTORY". 

JAMES K. NEWTON, A M., 

PROFESSOR OF THE GERMAN -VND FRENCH LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES. 
FREDRIKA BREMER HULL PROFESSORSHIP. 

GEORGE H. WHITE, A. M., 

PRINCIP.\L OF THE PKEPAR,\TORY DEP.\RTMENT, AND PROFESSOR OF 
ANCIENT LANGU.VGES. 



Rev. WILLIAM G. BALLANTINE, 

PROFESSOR OF OLD TESTAMENT LANGUAGE .\ND LITERATURE. 



O BERLIN COLLEGE. 



Rev. WILLIAM G. FROST, 

PROFESSOR OF THE GREEK LANGLAGE AND LlTERATfRE. 

Rev. G. FREDERICK WRIGHT, 

PROFESSOR OF NEW TESTAMENT LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE. 

Rev. albert H. CURRIER, 

PROFESSOR OF SACRED RHETORIC .\ND PASTORAL THEOLOGY. 
HOLBROOK PROFESSORSHIP. 

FRANK F. JEVVETT, A. M., 

PROFESSOR OF CHEMISTRY .\ND MINERALOGY. 

Rev. a. HASTINGS ROSS, 

SPECIAL LECTURER ON CHURCH POLITY. 

ELISHA GRAY, A. M., Ph. D., 

PROFESSOR OF DYNAMIC ELECTRICITY. 

Rev. LYMAN B. HALL, 

TUTOR IN L.\TIN. 

HENRY C. KING, A. B., 

TUTOR IN MATHEMATICS. 



JOHN F. PECK, A. M.. 

TUTOR IN GREEK. 



CHARLES B. MARTIN, A. M., 

TUTOR IN LATIN AND GREEK. 



JOHN R. NICHOLS, A. B., 

TEACHER OF SCIENCE OF GOVERNMENT. 



ARCHIBALD E. THOMSON, A. B., 

TEACHER OF LATIN. 



LEANDER J. ALDRICH, A. B., 

TEACHER OF GRAM.MAR. 



Rev. WILLIAM B. CHAMBERLAIN. 

INSTRUCTOR IN VOCAL MUSIC AND ELOCUTION. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



FRANK M. DAVIS, 

INSTRUCTOR IN PIANO-FORTE AND VIOLIN. 

HOWARD H. CARTER, 

INSTRUCTOR IN PIANO-FORTE. 

EDWARD B. PERRY, 

INSTRUCTOR IN PIANO-FORTE. 

SAMUEL H. BLAKESLEE, 

INSTRUCTOR IN SINGING. 

PERRY P. WEED, 

INSTRUCTOR IN VIOLIN. 

URIAH McKEE, 

INSTRUCTOR IN PENMANSHIP. 



Mrs. a. a. F. JOHNSTON, A. M., 

PRINCIPAL OF THE LADIES' DEPARTMENT, AND INSTRUCTOR IN HISTORY. 

Miss M. J. NETTLETON, 

ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL OF THE LADIES' DEPARTMENT. 

Mrs. E. S. MEAD, 

INSTRUCTOR IN ENGLISH COMPOSITION. 

Miss xM. M. WRIGHT, A. M., 

TUTOR IN MATHEMATICS. 

Miss F. F. RICE, A. M., 

TUTOR IN LATIN. 

Miss L. CELESTIA WATTLES, 

INSTRUCTOR IN PIANO AND HARMONY. 

Mrs. HELEN M. RICE, 

INSTRUCTOR IN VOCAL MUSIC. 



Miss ANNA M. WYETT, 

INSTRUCTOR IN PAINTING. 

Mrs. IDA B. BLAKESLEE, 

INSTRUCTOR IN PIANO -FORTE. 

Miss LILLIAN J. JAQUES, 

INSTRUCTOR IN SINGING. 

Miss CAMILLA M. NETTLETON, 

INSTRUCTOR IN SINGING. 



m 



ptrlmiiil n\ Wl/aclag^. 



FACULTY, 



JAMES H. FAIRCHILU, President. 
JUDSON SMITH. G. FREDERICK WRIGHT. 

JOHN MORGAN. ALBERT H. CURRIER. 

WILLIAM. G. BALLANTINE. WILLIAM B. CHAMBERLAIN. 



STUDENTS. 



SENIOR CLASS. 



RESIDENCES. ROOMS. 



John Sumner Edmunds Avon 4 N. Professor st. 

Oberlin College, 1S80. 
Morgan Pelagius Jones Wilkesbarre, Pa 22 Council Hall 

William Jones Racine, Wis 25 Council Hall 

Cook County Normal School, 1S76. 
Oramel William Lucas Canon City, Col 28 Council Hall 

Oberlin College, iSSo. 

William W. Mix Elrick, Mo ...:;;: Council Hall 

George Washington Moore. .Nashville, Tenn 4 Council Hall 

Fisk University, iS-Si. 

John Richard Nichols Reading, N. Y 32 Forest st. 

Oberlin College, 1S79. 
Gregory John Poweli Guelph, Ont iS Council Hall 

Oberlin College, 18S2. 

Francis Marion Price Cottonwood Falls, Kan. 23 N. Professor st. 

Oberlin College, 1SS2. 
Franklin Pierce Sanders. ..Trov i- '^Vot st. 

Union Biblical Seminary, iSSo. 

Henry Ernest Thayer Freedom n Council Hall 

Oberlin College, 1S7S. 



O BERLIN COLLEGE. 



RESIDENCES. 



James Mertox Triffit Edinburgh. . . 

Baldwin University. 

David Thomas Williams Youngstown. 

Western Reserve College, 1880. 



ROOMS. 

.22 Groveland st. 
.31 W. Lorain st. 



Seniors 13. 



MIDDLE CLASS. 
Laurin Cecil Anderson Austin, Texas 6 Council Hall 

Fisk University, 1S80. 

Fayette Oilman Appleton. .Victory, Vt 2 Council Hall 

Oberlin College, 

Elmer Delazon Bostvvick. . .Edinburgh 27 W. College st. 

Oberlin College, i88i. 

DwiGHT Howard Clapp Kirtland 27 Council Hall 

Oberlin College, 1S79. 

John Doane Charlestown, Mass. ..21 Council Hall 

Harvard College, 1880. 

Fred'k Clarendon Emerson. Union, Me 12 Council Hall 

Bates College, iSSi. 

Jesse Downey Foster Grand Ridge, 111 17 N. Main st. 

Waynesburg College, 1874. 

David Edgar French Oberlin iSN. Professor st. 

Oberlin College, iSSi. 

Robert Scott Lindsay Montrose, Scotland. .32 Council Hall 

Oberlin College, 1881. 

Daniel Magnus Red Wing, Minn 19 Council Hall 

Oberlin College, 1S81. 

Benjamin Forsyth Ousley. .Bolivar, Miss 8 Council Hall 

Fisk University, 1881. 

John Fisher Peck Oberlin 8 W. Lorain St. 

Oberlin College, 1875. 

Charles Henry Scott Waterbury, Conn 13 Council Hall 

Hobart College, 

Sidney Dix Strong Seville 7 Council Hall 

Oberlin College, 18S1. 

Archibald Eugene Thomson.. Medina 14 Council Hall 

Oberlin College, iSSi. 



Middles ... 15. 



OBERLIX COLLEGE. 



JUNIOR CLASS. 



NAMES. 



RESIDENCES. 



ROOMS. 



Leaxder Jeffersox ALDRiCH.Conklingvillc, N. Y..20 Council Hall 

Oberlin College, iSSo. 

Thomas Clark Bexsox Merom, Ind 5 Council Hall 

Union Chribtian Colleg-e, i&Si. 
W. Irvixg Berkstresser ....Beulah, 111 23 Council Hall 

Illinois Xormal School, 1S77. 

D.\.x Freem.\x Bradley Bangkok, Siam iS \V. College st. 

Oberlin Colleg-e, 1SS2. 

Arthur William Burt Oberlin 14 Council Hall 

Oberlin College, 1SS2. 

Adelbert Lyox Eastmax Arcade, N. Y 61 N. Main st. 

Cornell Uni^-ersity, 

Darius Lymax Edwards Oberlin 52 S. Professor st. 

Oberlin College, iSSo. 
MiLTOX C. Fay Naperville, 111 33 Council Hall 

Northwestern College, 1SS2. 

Orin La Rue Fqwler Livonia, N. Y 21 W. Lorain st. 

Oberlin College, 1879. 
Charles W. Hiatt Tonica, 111 10 Council Hall 

Wheaton College, 1SS2. 

David Camerox McIxtosh. ...Floss, Ont 26 Council Hall 

McGill College, 

Orange Stephex Palmer Rising City, Neb 16 Council Hall 

Oberlin College, 

George Bartley Reid Monaghan, Ireland. . . 6 Council Hall 

Oberlin College, 1SS2. 

Andrew Sullivax 

Oberlin College, 



.Oberlin. 



.2^ \V. Lorain st. 



Juniors . 



14. 



J)]ipHrk]ml 0? J^]^ila$0|tl^^ mh. i^t ^vk. 



Classical Course, 



FACULTY. 



JAMES H. FAIRCHILD, President. 



JOHN M. ELLIS. 
CHARLES H. CHURCHILL. 
JUDSON SMITH. 
GILES W. SHURTLEFF. 
ALBERT A. WRIGHT. 



JAMES K. NEWTON. 
WILLIAM G. FROST. 
FRANK F. JEWETT. 
ELISHA GRAY. 
Mrs. E. S. MEAD. 



STUDENTS- 



SENIOR CLASS. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. ROOMS. 

Frank George Alger Manchester, N. H 23 W. College st. 

Frederick PoMEROY Bemis. . .Davenport, Iowa. .. .47 W. College st. 

Angelo Randolph BoNNEY...Bronson, Mich 48 S. Main st. 

Herbert Wendell Boyd Amesbviry, Mass 36 N. Main st 

WiLLARD Parsons Boyd Amesburj, Mass 36 N. Main st. 

Charles DeWolf Brower Bloomfield, N.J 36 N. Main st. 

Dalzell Adelbert Bunker. .Colebrook 47 E. College st. 

Henry Northrup Castle. . . .Honolulu, H. 1 38 W. College st 

Lafayette Asael Edwards. .Oberlin Mr. Edwards' 

Stephen Sewall Estey Calais, Me 19 Elm st 

James Thome Fairchild Oberlin 8 S. Professor st. 

Claudius Buchanan French. Oberlin 18 N. Professor st 

James Henry Garnett Milledgeville, Ga... .34 Tappan Hall. 

Charles Dudley Green Maiden, 111 36 N. Main st. 

Philip Cady Hayden. . Hempstead, N. Y.. ..35 N. Professor st 



O BERLIN COLLEGE. ii 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. ROOMS. 

Charles WiLLARD Hayes. .. .Hanover 47 E. College st. 

P'rank Howe Hill Eljria 13 E. Lorain st. 

John Leadingham Hammond, N. Y....35 Tappan Hall 

Benjamin Oliver McMichael. Ashley 34 W. College st. 

George Herbert Mead Oberlin 6 College Place 

WiLMOT Vernon Metcalf. . .Elyria iS N. Professor st. 

Charles Walter Purple. . . .Oberlin 3^ N. Main st. 

George Ramsay Orillia, Ont 36 N. Main st. 

David Small SHELLABARGER.Urbana 7 E. Lorain st. 

Edwin Samuel Slater Aurelia, Iowa ly Elm st. 

AlexanderOrmiston Spence. East Cleveland 45 E. College st. 

Clarence Fr.\nklin Swift. .Oberlin Mr. Swift's 

James Allen Thome Tremont, 111 24 Tappan Hall 

Merton Edmund Thompson. .Oberlin -'y Elm st. 

Alonzo Dock Woodworth. . . .Irwin 3*^ ^- ^I^'" ^'• 

Josephine Laura Fish Berlin Heights 15 S. Professor st. 

Addie Belle Hawes Litchfield, Me 17 N. Main st. 

MyraJane Howes Mendota, 111 Ladies' Hall 

Florence Nightingale JoNES.Crete, Neb 23 S. Professor st. 

Janet Huntington McKelve Y.Sandusky 6^ E. College st. 

Mary Lucinda Reg.vl Oberlin iS Forest st. 



Seniors. 



.36. 



JUNIOR CLASS 

Harry Ainsworth Moline, 111 .4 W- Lorain st. 

Frank Sheldon Buckley. . . .Manistee, Mich 3''^ N- >^=»" ^l- 

Edward Benjamin Bur well . Mercer, Pa i West st. 

Cl .RENCE Henry Car.son .... Woodburn. Ill 23 W . College st. 

Cyrus ALONZO Clark Union, 111 31 E- College st. 

OrvilleLee Cook Le.vington 7 «• Pleasant st. 

Leonidas Howard Davis Kokomo, Ind 4 W. Lora.n st . 

Leem.^n Canfield Denton. . . Wakeman 5> E. College st. 

T^ r"r.rHTTid . ...JoN. Main st. 
James William Dow Lortiana 

Frxnk Calvin Freeman Amherst 7- S- ^I'"" ^l- 

Charles MARTIN Hall Oberlin 34 E. College st. 





12 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 


NAMES. 


RESIDENCES. 


ROOMS. 


Luther Donnell Hamilton 


.Clarksburgh, Ind. . . 


. 7 S. Pleasant st. 


Sidney Marsh Haskell 


.North Bloomfield. 


..IN. Main st. 


Edward L. Hotchkiss 


. South Kirtland 


. 7 S. Professor st. 


Gerald Stanley Lee. ..... 


.OberHn 


.51 E. College st. 


James Eli McConnell 


.Rock Island, 111... 


. College Chapel 


John Jay McKelvey 


.Sandusky 


.14 W. College St. 


Clark Henry Nye 


.Concord 


14 W. Lorain st. 


James Putnam O'Brien 

Solon Pierce Powell 


..Noel, N. S 


.6 E. Lorain st. 
.College Chapel 


.Findlay 


William Adams Pugh 


.Springfield 


. 14 W. College St. 


Leland Dee Rathbone 


.New Lyme 


.23 N. Professor st. 


Azariah Smith Root. ....... 


.East Douglass, Mass 


. 23 N. Professor st. 


Charles Hemry Solier. .... 


. Stryker 


.20 N. Main st. 


TuLLY Mc Crea Talbot 

John James Trible 


We.-itville 


. 8 Forest st. 

50 N. Professor st. 


.Rochester, Vt 


Frank Louis Van Cleef. .. . 


.Wellington. ........ 


. 10 Elm St. 


Clarence Augustus Vincent 


". Chagrin Falls 


. I West St. 


George Burnside Waldron . 


.Owosso, Mich 


.35 W. College St. 


Oliver Sheldon Wells 


.St. Joseph, Mo 


. 7 S. Pleasant st. 


William Ira Wells 


.Peru, Mass 


.23 N. Professor st. 


Alfred Eugene Woodruff. 


. Franklin ville, N. Y. 


.36 N. Main st. 


Mary Lovina Atwood 


.Waupun, Wis 


. 8 Elm St. 


Effie Chapman 


. Huntington 


.Ladies' Hall 


Mary Eliza Church 


. New York City 


. 9 E. Lorain st. 


Annie Julia Cooper ;. 


.Raleigh, N. C 


.25 N. Main st. 


Orra Maria Fish 


. Akron 


.42 N. Main st 


Ida Alexander Gibes 


.Oberlin 

.Wellington 


.70 E. College st. 
. 15 W. Lorain st. 


Cora Emma Gannett 


Janie Fitch Hayford 


.Oberlin 


. 13 Forest st. 


Lucy Althea Langdon 


.Oberlin . . 


.25 S. Professor st. 


Anna Mayo Metcalf 

Sarah Luella Miner 


.Elvria 


.Ladies' Hall 
.34 E. College st. 


.Gurnoe, Wis 


Bella M a.y Thomas 

Etta Leona Thomas 

Alice Younglove 


.Ravenna 


..52 W. College St. 
.52 W. College St. 
.Ladies' Hall 


.Ravenna 


.Rochester, Minn 


Juniors 




..46. 







OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



SOPHOMORE CLASS. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. ROOMS. 

John Batchelder Abell Andover, Mass 36 X. Main st. 

Frederick Axderegg Ragersville 60 Tappan Hall 

John Ashley Appleton Victory, Vt First Church 

Edward Ladd Benedict Wellington 16 S. Professor st. 

Harry Clyde Brooks. ...... .Oberlin 60 X. Main st. 

Stephen Burton Sycamore, 111 4 \V. Lorain st. 

William Marvin C.vke Fostoria 7 Forest st. 

Henry B.\rd\vell Chapman.. .Euclid 7 Forest st. 

James Gl.vsswell Cl.\yton. . .Springfield 51 N' Main st. 

Ephraim Betchel Clemmer. .Clyde, Pa 36 X. .Main .st. 

John Whitney Connor Henniker, X. H i\ W . College st. 

John Crawford Greenville, Mich y W. College st. 

Winthrop Curtiss Waverly, 111 45 W. College st, 

Charles Newton Dubs Cleveland 25 W. Lorain st. 

Edmund Minor Fairfield Omaha, Neb 49 W. College st. 

William Sher.\l\n Fitch Mansfield ji N. Main st. 

Marston Stanley Freeman. . Amherst 7J S Main st. 

Winfield Pierce Hatch Oberlin Ladies' 1 lall 

Charles Allen Hodges Austinburgh 47 ^'- Professor st. 

John Leonard Hoff.man Xewton Falls 60 W. College st. 

Worthen Hood Denver, Col 40 Tappan Hall 

Thomas Jones Rich ville, N. V J i E. College st. 

Amos Morrell Kent Genoa 27 N. Professor st. 

Fr.\ncis Mills Koons Sulphur Springs 23 W. College st. 

Allen Martin Lambright Uhriihsville 45 W. College st. 

Bernard Lysle Lee Poland 7 Forest st 

DwiGHT Spencer Mason Vernon Centre, X. V. 3 Andrews st. 

George Lym.\n Maxfield Xelson -i W. College st. 

John Milton Putnam METCAi.F.Elyria 4 W. Lorain st. 

W.vLTER Thom.\s Mills Addison, X. Y i:: West st. 

Gerdon Wallace Noble LaGrange 15 E. Lorain st. 

Harry Nyce Kingston, Ind 6 W. Lorain st. 

Solomon John.son Payne Nelson -m W. College st. 

William Hath.\way Pound. ..Canandaigua, X. Y . .. E. College st. 

Philo Perry Safford Fond du Lac, Wis. . ..14 W. College st. 

John Long Severance Cleveland -^o S. Professor st. 

Jonathan Green Smith Oberlin 38 E. Lorain st. 





14 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 


NAMES. RESIDENCES. 


ROOMS. 


Alpheus Melanct'n SpANGLEREdgerton 


. .15 E. Lorain st. 


James Sullivan Victory Mills, N. Y 


. .36 N. Main st. 


William Lawrence TENNEY..Edgewater Park, N. 


J. 10 .S. Professor st. 


Olive A>fNA Atwood Mt. Vernon 


. .12 West St. 


Callie May Breyfogle Columbus 


. 6 Elm St. 


Clara Louise Butler Griggsville, 111 


. .34 E. College st. 


Cora Edwixa Gibbs Austinburgh 


. .42 N. Main st. 


Martha Farrington Shelby 


..Ladies' Hall 




. .Mr Henry's 


Laura Charlotte Herrick.. .Rockford, 111 


..Ladies' Hall 


Mary Clark Mattocks Toledo 


. .20 W. College St. 


Martha Elwood McLennan.. Salinevdlle 


. . 15 W. Lorain st. 


Mary Wooster Mills Addison, N. Y 


. . 12 West St. 


DoRRiE Stahl. . . Berlin Heights 


. .66 N. Professor St. 


Nettie Whitcomb Morrison, 111 


. .74 E. College st. 


Mary Upp Sandusky 


..Ladies' Hall 


Sophomores 


. . .53. 


FRESHMAN CLASS. 




John Hanks Alexander Helena, Ark 


. .27 E. Mill St. 


Arthur John Arn Wyandotte, Kan. . . 


. , 5 Andrews st. 


John Vernon Bowersox Edgerton 


. . 12 W. Lorain st. 


Frederick Widmer Burrows. Wyoming 


..31 W. College St. 


Benjamin H.vRDiN Burtt Utica, Ind 


. .16 W Lorain st. 


James Bee Carruthers Painesville 


. . 5 Andrews st. 


William Embert Chamberlain Oberlin 


. . 6 West St. 


Alfred Vance Churchill.. .Oberlin 


. .26 W. College St. 


Robert Omar Codding Bucyrus 


. .36 N. Main st. 


Charles John Cole Copopa 


. .44 N. Pleasant St. 


Carleton Hills Covell Rock Creeek 


.23 N. Professor st. 


Edmond Irving Crockett Wyandotte, Kan. . . 


.36 N. Main st. 


Laurence Locke Doggett... .Manchester, la 


. .51 E. College st. 


Edwin Fairley Newburgh, N. Y. . . 


. .36 N. Main st. 


Efner Abraham Farrington. Cherr}' Creek, N. Y 


. .25 W. Lorain st. 


William BlanchardGerrish. Oberlin 


.•17 E- Collpprp St. 







OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



»5 



XAMES. RESIDENXES. ROOMS. 

George Wakelee Hall West Bloomfield, N. Y. 6 W. Lorain sL 

Robert Almer Harper Port Byron, 111 14 \V. Lorain st. 

Benjamin Franklin Hastings. Marengo, 111 Cabinet Hall 

Walter George Hull Homer, N. Y 34 W. College st. 

Charles Albert Jaggar Southampton, N. Y. . iS W. Lorain st. 

Robert Swax Mackintosh Salineville 20 S. Professor s' . 

James Langdon McKee Grand Rapids, Mich.. 60 W. College st. 

Adolphus Alexander Moll . . Bridgeport, Ct 4 Elm st. 

Charles Henry Parker Elvria 4 W. Lorain st. 

Forest Franklin Parker. . . .Litchfield 5 Morgan st. 

Martin Loyal Phinney Morrison, 111 9 College Place 

Thomas Eugene Pounds Oberlin 26 E. College st. 

Francis Ernest Regal Oberlin .18 Forest st. 

George Washington Rexford. Norwood, N. Y. ...J3W. Lorain st. 

Gaylord Timothy Robinson. .Chardon 7 Pleasant st. 

SoLLis Runnels Indianapolis, Ind 60 W. College st. 

Harry DoDD Sheldon Bryan 6 W. Lorain st. 

Edwin David Shurtleff Marengo, 111 5 Elm st. 

George LeGrand Smith Somerset, Mich 21 S. Professor st. 

Edmund Bruce Stiles Oberlin 35 N. Professor st. 

Ernest Dean Sweezey Corry, Pa 15 W. Lorain st. 

Park Terrell Flint, Mich S Groveland st. 

Sherman Thompson Urbai.a S Forest st. 

William Lamarcus Thompson . Oberlin 19 E. Lorain st. 

Frederic Floyd Thvving Chardon 14 N. Professor st- 

Clyde Weber Votaw Manhattan, Kan 40 W. College st. 

Amos Richard Waite Paul's Valley, Ind.Ter.7 Morgan st. 

Bent-^min Franklin Wheeler. Charlotte, N. C 48 Tappan Hall 

William Wiedenhoeft Belden, Ind 36 N. Main st. 

Edward Hastings WiswALL..Wellesley, Mass 12 W. Lorain st. 

Benson Newell Wyman Conneaut 19 W. Lorain st. 



Alfred King Young. 



Ironton 33 ^Im st. 



1/ 

I 



Louie Eudora Brice Oberlin 39 W. Lorain st. 

Lucy Bena Brown Lansing, Mich 50 N- Profes-sor st. 

Augusta Burnett Warren. Ill 42 N. Main st 

Rosa Lucinda Campbell, Oberlin ^^^. Main st. 

Mary Angie Cl.xrke Poland 60 E. College st. 



Lulu Jane Fish. 



.Akron 42 ^'- Main st. 



i6 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES RESIDENCES. ROOMS. 

Helen Frances Hoppin Oberlin iS W. Lorain st. 

Mary Artemisia Ingraham.. .Sullivan 34 W. College st. 

Christabel Lee Oberlin ... 51 E. College st. 

Grace Gertrude Leavitte.. .Long Branch, Ga. . . .22 W. Lorain st. 

Ame: ia Thorp Martin Chicago, 111 69 E. College st. 

Maud Miller Oberlin 79 N. Main st. 

Alice Caroline Parker Warren, 111 42 N. Main st. 

Stella Rosena Shepard Oberlin 89 N. Main st. 

Nettie Esther Smith Oberlin 49 W. College st. 

LoRA Almira Sorter Oberlin 20 W. College st. 

Rosa Marietta Thompson Oberlin 19 E. Lorain st. 

Anna Zipporah Woodruff. . . Oberlin 52 E. Lorain st. 

Margaret Zaenger Perrysburg S Forest st. 



Freshmen. 



.67. 



Literary Course. 



FACULTY- 



JAMES H. FAIRCHILD, President. 



JOHN M. ELLIS. 
CHARLES H. CHURCHILL. 
JUDSOX SMITH. 
GlI-ES W. SHURTLEFF. 
ALBERT A. WRIGHT. 
JAMES K. NEWTON. 
GEORGE H. WHITE. 



FRANK F. JEWE'IT. 
LYMA.N B. HALL. 
HENRY C. KING. 
Mrs. a. a. F. JOHNSTON. 
Mrs. E. S. MEAD. 
Miss M. M. WRIGHT. 
Miss F. F. RICE. 



STUDENTS- 



FOURTH YEAR. 

NAMES. KUIDE.VCCS. 

Julia Maria Bacon Oberlin 

Olivia Lee Barnes Chicago, III. 

Orielle Elizabeth Burgner Fremont 

Celia Owens Clemans North Dover 

Alice Welch Cowles Cleveland 

Jennie Elizabeth Davidson Elgin, 111. 

Alice May Gardner Fulton, N. Y. 

Sarah Emily Hali Homestead, Mich. 

LiLLiE Belle Haynes Poland 

Addie Wells Hill Quincv. Mich. 

Lillian Hudson Ligonier. Ind. 

Sarah Margaret McCoNNELL Rock Island, 111. 

Nannie Keith Miller Yellow Springs 

Anna Eliza Nettleton Obcriin 

Kate Lucretia Safford Madison 

Mary Clay Seybold Greenca.stle, Ind. 

Emma Hannah Stoll Homestead. Mich. 

Edna Thompson Urbana 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Ruth Belle Willey Spencer 

Hattie Celestia Williams Oberlin 

Gabriella Wilson Louisville, Ky. 

Fourth Year 21, 



THIRD YEAR. 

Helen Evangeline Angell Pittsfield, Mass. 

Ella Charlotte Benham Cleveland 

L.ETTIE Bennett Wellington 

Anna Belle Bonar Mt. Vernon 

Charlotte Elizabeth Burton Sycamore, 111. 

Flora Annie Calkins Daysville, N.J. 

Sarah Fenn Clark Medina 

Carrie Elizabeth Day Sheffield 

Frances Hazelton Ensign Madison 

Julia Elizabeth Gage Cleveland 

Mary Louise Gardner Chagrin Falls 

Helen Louise Grimes Mansfield 

Helen Alice Hall Oberlin 

Anna Louise Harwood Oberlin 

Edith Phillips Johnson Homer, La. 

Jessie Fremont Lee Garrettsville 

Mary Shaw Lyon Wauseon 

Mary Rebecca Matter Brodhead, Wis. 

Ida Au(;usta McLennan Salineville 

Anna Belle McNaughton Lake Linden, Mich. 

Estella Metcalf Sidney 

Emily Rebecca Morrison Kingston 

Cornelia Augusta Patchen Oberlin 

Florence Adelaide Post Belleville 

Susannah Rumbaugh Bucyrus 

Harriet Elizabeth Simons Conneaut 

Helen Smies Cleveland 

Rena Olive Sorter Oberlin 

Alma Sprague Wellington 

LiLLiE Estelle Starr Litchfield 

Mary Elizabeth Templkton Cleveland 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 19 



.-.Ajir.3. RESIDENCES. 

Fanxy Eliza Thomson Medina 

Ruth Maria Tracy Mansfield 

Antoinette Walworth South Bend, Ind. 

Harriet Elizabeth Warner Medina 

Clara Mary Webster Linden ville, N. Y. 

Flora Isabelle Wolcott Tallmadge 

Geanne Belle Wood Oberlin 

Anna D. Wylie Martin, Mich. 

Willis Barkley Durfee Davenport, la. 

Third Year 40. 



SECOND YEAR. 

Emma Caroline Adams 1 lartford, Conn. 

Ida Catherine Allen Elyria 

Addie Sarah Battles Mavficld 

Carrie Burnett CJbcrlin 

Ida May BuRWELL Mercer, Pa. 

Lois Beth Campbell Oberlin 

Nettie Fay Cannon Muscatine, la. 

Hattie Augusta Clark Wakeman 

Josephine Lucretia Cody Cleveland 

Louisa Cotes Whitehall, Mich. 

Catherine Darling Sandusky 

Stella Amelia Davidson Elgin, 111. 

Mary Eliza Denton. Wakeman 

Kate Isabel Fowler Kenosha, Wis. 

Eugenia Chisholm Gaillard Charleston, S. C 

Margaret Helen GiDDiN-Gs Bristol. Ind. 

Sarah Lavina Greer Willojighby 

Ruth Booth Hall A.shtabula 

Mary Bierce Hill Nevada. Mo. 

Clara Jane Holt Chicago, III. 

Cora Elizabeth Joslin Oberlin 

Asia Kramer Pittsburgh. Pa. 

Cora E. Lewis Blue Island. 111. 

Emma Jane Lewis ^'-'■"' ^'i" ^'^'''^- ^^ 



20 O BERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMP.S. RESIDENCES. 

Minnie Minton Tontogany 

KiTTiE E. Paige Oberlin 

Caroline May Parmenter Vermontville, Mich. 

Elizabeth Cornelia Parsons Nicomedia, Turkey 

Caroline Phcebe Post Belleville 

Alberta Sarah Probert Oberlin 

Ann Hagaretta Reeve Philadelphia, Pa. 

Rose Sherman East Norwalk 

Nellie Frances Strickland Gilead, Conn. 

Jennie Waldo Tracy. . Mansfield 

Julia Amorette Treat Tallmadge 

Angelink Truesdale North Monroeville 

Lulu Wheeler Shelby 

Winon'a Wilcox Cleveland 

Mary Charlotte Woodruff Avon Lake 

Second Year 39. 



FIRST YEAR. 

Sarah Etta Anderson Huron 

Hannah Emeline Andrus Ashtabula 

Lilla Estelle Appleton Victory, Vt. 

Mary Ella Bacon Oberlin 

Jennie Elizabeth Baldwin Sheffield 

Sarah Bell Monaghan, Ireland 

Clara Bigelow Sandusky 

Jeanne Esther Birge Oberlin 

Margaret Cahill Oberlin 

Mary CaIiill Oberlin 

Sarah Edith Cammack Rochester, Minn. 

Angie Lena Chapman. ... Lodi 

Myra Belle Chapman Lake Breeze 

Blanche May Child Neponset, 111. 

Grace Coffey Griggsville, 111. 

Mary Emma Conner Oberlin 

Ella D udley Henrietta 

Julia E. Dunham Wayne, 111. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



21 



XAMES. RESIDENCES. 

May Ellis Reading Center, N. V. 

Hattie Maria Ensign Madi<on 

Jennie May Evans 0,,^.riin 

Retta Flowers ,«5t. Paris 

Alice May Foote Obcrlin 

Mary Sophia Foot k (Jberlin 

Mary Grace Goodrich Brownlielni 

Jessie Helm Griffith Cliardon 

Nettie Adelia Hamilton Bellevue 

Myrtie Gay Hamilton Ciarksburgii, Ind. 

Mary Ella Harris Fa\ etteville, N. C. 

Olive N. Harrison Granville, III. 

Ada Ann H arvout Savannah 

Alice Eliza Harwood. . ... St. Louis, Mo. 

Hattie Belle Hays Ligonier, Ind. 

Addie Eva Heter Bellevue 

Hattie Sophia Hildrup . . Oak Park, 111. 

Kate Houseman Kansas 

Mary I. Huston Brinitield, Ind. 

Minnie S. Hutchins Chicago, 111. 

Ida Virginia Jenkins Philadelphia, Pa. 

Harriet Elizabeth Kennedy Brunswick 

Jennie Lusk Latham Kenton 

MiNA Lewis Olx-rlin 

Alice Cowles Little Janesville, Wis. 

Harriet W. Mead West Cornwall, Vt. 

Aley Jane Miner Svlvania 

Mary Reid Montgomery OlK-rlin 

Eva Lucinda Oatley Cortland 

Mary Charlotte Otis Ilicksville 

Leona Maria Parsons OlxTlin 

Mary Elizabeth Pierce Chicago, III. 

Grace Thome Pompilly ^''-"^^' "^'"""k City 

IsABELLE Pope Elkhart, Ind. 

Ethelind Race Ol>erlin 

JANETTE Reid Markdale. Ont. 

Mary Lydia Rugge Glen Falls. N. Y. 

May Arms Ryder Portville, N. Y. 

Grace Safford ^\^A\^^ 



22 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Flora Louise Silliman Oberlin 

Fravces Corinne Spear Chagrin Falls 

Lillian Sophia Stoughton Greenville, Mich. 

Ellen Ida Sykes Plymouth 

Emma Wellslager Des Moines, la. 

Helen Josephine White Kalamazoo, Mich. 

Mary Augusta Whitney Oberlin 

Ida May Woodruff Avon Lake 

First Year. 65. 



IN SELECT STUDIES. 

James Edward Aikins Wroxeter, Ont. 

Alvah Smith Baker Lowell, Mass. 

Joseph M . Baggs Bridgeport 

Caius Adrian Chapman Huntington 

Loren Prentiss Chap.man Lake Breeze 

Wilkie Waverly Chapman Huntington 

Henry Valentine Clark Ransom, Mich. 

Ross Allen Harris Oberlin 

Orange Scott Hopkins Washington C. H. 

Lewis Linus Jones Parisville 

George Brigham Kalb Bellefontaine 

DwiGHT Hotchkiss Logan Gustavus 

John Gillette Matthews Millville, N . Y . 

Joseph Addison Mead Oberlin 

Arthur Gibson Morse Oberlin 

Ralph Davis Sneath Tiffin 

Edward Wirt Stone Belpre 

Harry Terrell Oberlin 

Lyman Thomas Walker .Muskegon, Mich. 

Julia Estep Adams Chagrin Falls 

Ella M. Babcock Philadelphia, Pa 

Julia Elmira Boise Bellevue 

LiLA Aminta Bostwick Oberlin 

Grace Emily BoTHWELL Rochelle, 111. 

Helen Flavilla Boyden Northiield 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 23 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Anna May Byers Sycamore, 111. 

Della Byers Sycamore,, 111. 

Agnes Caldwell Erie, Pa . 

Laura Eoline Clemens Canal Dover 

Mary Abbie Cobb Oberlin 

Rhoda Cowden Rock Island, 111. 

Sadie M. Dean Howells, N. Y. 

Emma Louisa Dickinson New Haven, Conn . 

Jennie Duegin Gallon 

Dora Ewing Ottawa 

Cora Sarah Ewing Ellington, N . Y . 

Geneva Elmira Fellows Oberlin 

Mary Augusta Ford Cleveland 

Nellie Lucretia Ford Cleveland 

Jessie Maria Garfield Shetlield 

Carrie Louise Gifford Elgin. HI- 

Ella Luzette Gunn Granville, III. 

Florence Elizabeth Hall Hudf^on, Wis. 

Cornelia Maria Harmon Warren 

Mary Howard .Adrian, Mich. 

Eva Jones Wykoff, Minn . 

Visa Jane Kendall Minneajwlis. Minn. 

Mary Elizabeth Kxowlton ^ ^'^^^ 

Sarah Elizabeth Lee Fulton, N.Y. 

Mary Annette Leonard Auburn, N . ^ . 

Emma Edith Moorehead F indlay 

Ada Maria Morris Princeton, 111. 

GraceOrcutt Santa Barbara. Cal. 

T Ti „ 01>erlin 

Jennie Price 

Carrie Louise Scales St. Louis, Mo. 

Adda Douglas Sharp Mankato, Minn . 

EsTELLE Avery Sharps Fremont 

Kate Shurtleff Marengo, 111. 

KiTTiE Spittle ^'«"««"' ^"• 

Jennie Amelia Thompson Greenville. S. C. 

^ wj.^^^^^c, Olvrlin 

Lucetta Celestia Wattles 

Select Studies ®^" 



bpitrkani rrf J^n^prnitir^ ^n$lnialian* 



Classical School 



INSTRUCTORS. 



GEORGE H. WHITE, Principal. 

MRS. A. A. F. JOHNSTON. 
MISS M. J. NETTLETOX. 
LYMAN B. HALL. MISS F. F. RICE. 

MISS M. M. WRIGHT. CHARLES B. MARTIN. 

JOHN F. PECK. JOHN R. NICHOLS. 

ARCHIBALD E. THOMSON. 

LEANDERJ. ALDRICH. 



STUDENTS- 



SENIOR CLASS. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Allison Ellsworth Augenstein Napoleon 

Homer Grant Bostwick Oberlin 

Joseph Ellsworth Bowers Mendota, 111. 

Charles Alanson Brinsmade Oberlin 

Fred John Buss Hammond, N. Y. 

George Henry Chamberlain . . La Grange 

Robert George Clapp Bloomfield 

Clyde Ellsworth Cotton Freehold, Pa. 

William Elliott Davidson Patterson ville, la. 

Selden Curtiss Dickinson Randolph 

Doron Stephenson Downing St. Clairs ville 

Benjamin Randall Esten South Attleboro, Mass. 

Daniel Richard Fair Nova 

Charles Telford Fairfield Lincoln, Neb. 

George Day Fairfield Lincoln, Neb. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 25 



NAMES. RRSIUENCES. 

George Ness Falkenstein Logansville, Pa. 

El.mer Ellsworth Fife West Point 

Job Fish, Jr Berlin Heights 

Charles Flixn North Manchester, Ind. 

Merton Oscar Garritt Montville 

Julian Dana Harmon Warren 

Arthur Thompson H.vtch OberUn 

Walter Scott Hayden Chaj^rin Falls 

Joe Benton Hendee Spencer 

Elmer Seymour Houghton Wellington 

Daniel Stone Husted Clarksfield 

Winthrop Ingersoll Cleveland 

Milton E Kerr Mercer, Pa. 

WiLLARD Robert Kimball Elgin, 111. 

Fred Grant King Corrv, Pa. 

Charlie Ellsworth Lacey I'iercetoii, Ind. 

David Austin Lambright • • .1 hrichsville 

Roger Miller Lee Garrettsville 

Henry Keep Lum Fairtield, Conn. 

Robert Charles Martin Cincinnati 

Wells Bushnell McClelland Mt- Jackson, Pa. 

Victor Ebenezer McConoughey ()l)erlin 

Lawrence Wesley Mead Sparta 

Maynard Mayo Metcalf hlvna 

Benjamin Woobdury Minton Tontogany 

Miner Winn Monroe Xenia 

John Longinus Montgomery Shelby ville. I ml. 

Harvey Price Moyer Mainland. Pa. 

Ralph Waldo Munson ^Vagon Works 

Louis Lee Nichols Reading. N. Y. 

Robert Paton Almont. Mich. 

Henry Augustus PLATT Manhattan. K-.n. 

James Max Proudfit EdinlK>rough. Pa. 

William John Robinson Monongahela, Pa. 

„ ^ „ Metlina 

George Sackett Rowe 

T NT \' 

Nathan Burrell Sage 

William Seward Sheldon ""'"• 

„ o ,T .... Aurora. III. 

Albert Pike Stockwell 

Mansfield 

PURDY StURGES 



26 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 

NAMES. RESIDENCKS. 

John Thompson Kensington, Mich. 

Joseph Ellsworth Toot Hammondsville 

Eugene Stanberry Upson Oberlin 

Charles Augustus Walker Goshen, Ind. 

Weldy Wilberforce Walker ... Steubenville 

Harold Clair Wall Wadsworth 

Jesse Lester Waller Wyanet, 111. 

Robert Cutler Waterton Newbury 

Harvey Watson Harrisville 

Charles Linsley Webster Lyndonville, N. Y. 

Frank Edgar Whitaker Hampton, Conn. 

Homer Ellsworth White Delaware 

John Oscar Whitney Barry villa, N. Y. 

Worrallo Whitney Montville 

William Phillips Winter South Toledo 

Minnie Cowden Rock Island, 111. 

Agnes May Fairchild Manhattan, Kan. 

Florence Gill North Monroeville 

Harriet Amelia Hickox Vienna 

Adell Halliday , Vienna 

Clara Pollard Howard Adrian, Mich. 

Mary Brinkerhoff Moulton Oberlin 

Katherina Laura Myers Oberlin 

F.\nny Barnett Sheldon , Janesville, Wis. 

Lenora Thayer Garrettsville 

Mary Esther Woodruff Oberlin 

Senior Preparatory 80. 



MIDDLE CLASS. 

Walter Agnew Alsdorf Utica 

George Stebbins Appleton Victory, Vt. 

Charles Henry Atwater . Castalia 

Tames Pinkney Berry Sidnev, Neb. 

William Nathaniel Bessey Brooklyn, N. Y . 

Henry Ellsworth Blair Edwardsville, 111. 

Charles Gilbert Boise Bellevue 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 27 



NAMES. RESIDENXES. 

Fred Winfield Borusky Gowanda, N. Y. 

David Pendleton Bowman Koiner's Store, Va. 

Alvin E. Brainerd Boscobel, Wis. 

Frank Gunn Brainerd Wvanet, 111. 

Charles Franklin Brasee PVanklin, N. Y. 

Theodore Brooks Breck Cleveland 

Charles Seward Brown Marvsville 

Henry Hurlburt Brown Geneseo, 111. 

Charles Newell Burton Svcaniore, 111. 

Harvey Safford Bush Port Huron, Mich. 

Alexander Bennett Campbell .Mendon, 111. 

Frank Bird Carpenter Oberlin 

Francis Coleman Oberlin 

John Rogers Commons ... Winchester, Ind. 

Frank Aaron Cozad . . Mercer, Pa. 

William Kirk Cozad Mercer, Pa. 

Willis Bartlett Currier Oberlin 

George Washington Davis Baxter Springs, Kan. 

William Amzi Dick Ashtabula 

Charles Dunn Granville, 111. 

Erwin Dexter Dustin Chatham 

William Bedford Elliot San Francisco. Cal. 

William Henry Ensign Madison 

Frederick Stewart Fish Ni-'w London 

Arthur Leroy Gallup Strongsville 

Thomas Emery George Moore's Salt Works 

Oliver Fairbanks Goodell St. Louis, Mo. 

John Henry Green ■■ MuiHson 

Alvin Meggs Gurtthard ^"t■^v Bedford 

Percy Thomas Hackett Amherstburgh, Ont. 

Earl Harroun .Svhania 

Gregory Willis Hayes Richmond. Va. 

Harvey Rexford Hitchcock "''"• "• '■ 

Andrew Freeman Jack.son Obcrhn 

Henry Campbell Jameson Venice. Quebec 

James Mix Johnston Chester Cross Roads 

Clesson Selwyn Kinney Norwalk 

Charles Erwin Lamson jasper. .>. . 

Allison Noble Loomis ^ '" *°'" 



28 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

John Alexander Lowrie Rochester 

Clarence Montague Lyman. Southampton, Mass. 

Frank Chauncey Mallory New Haven 

Henry Nour.se Manington Geneseo, 111. 

Henry Turner Marsh Obeilin 

Stewart Montague McKee Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Edward L.\wrence Mead Oberlin 

WiLBER Clayton Mickey Shelby 

Thomas Cassius Miller West Mill Creek, Pa. 

Henry Martin Minton Bowling Green 

Fred Levi Munson Salem, Wis. 

James Noble Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Jeptha Montrose Olmsted Bad Axe, Mich. 

Claire Avery Orr Kankakee, 111. 

Charles Starr Owen McHenry, 111. 

Abrah.vm Lincoln Ozmun Peninsula 

HoYT Perry Parmelee Reading, Mich. 

Fred William Parsons Whitney's Point, N. Y. 

David Barton Penniman Oberlin 

Howard Elmer Perrin Jackson, Mich. 

Giles Hunter Phelps. ... Wyanet, 111. 

Warren Gates Pratt Chagrin Falls 

Ellsworth Pryor Washington, D. C. 

Simon Hall Randolph Maiden, W. Va. 

Reverdy Cassius R an.som Cambridge 

Arthur Joseph Rice North Amherst 

Fenelon Lincoln Ringgold San Francisco, Cal. 

Frank Jefferson Roberson St. Louis, Mo. 

Arthur Joseph Rogers Minneapolis, Minn. 

Fred. Elijah Rollins Almont, Mich. 

Ernest Rob. Root Medina 

Charles Gilbert Rose . .Hanover, Conn. 

Edward Fred Rowley North Fairfield 

Charles Hoxie Shelton Wakeman 

William Jenks Skelton Waltham, Mass. 

Harry Dean Smith Churchville, N. Y. 

Henry Washington Smith Raleigh, N . C . 

James Hervey Smith Massillon 

George Edward Stephens Beaufort, N. C. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 29 



NAMES. KE.S1DENCE.S. 

Walter Hitchcock Stone Sandusky 

George Butler Storer Oberlin 

George Henry Swift Oberlin 

Norman Grant Townsend Oberlin 

Forest Ephraim Walker South Addison, N. Y. 

David Dermott Ward Olx-rlin 

Ellsworth Grant Welch Polk 

Charles Winchester Whedon Medina. X . Y . 

Alfred Nailer Wilcox Monclova 

Harry George Wiley Chicago, III. 

Joseph Edwin Wiley Oberlin 

Robert Clarkson Wilkin Harrisviile 

John Jay Williams Moline, 111. 

Milton Price Wise New Berlin 

Thomas Denison Wood Sycamore, 111 . 

Reuben G. Woodworth Irwin 

Charles Elmer Yearnshaw Carleton, Neb. 

Lottie Mary Austin Oberlin 

Susan Kate Cowan Olx-rlin 

Minnie Davidson Oberlin 

Margaret Patterson Martin Mercer, Pa 

Grace Lee Williams Minneapolis, Minn. 

Middle Preparatory \Q1. 



JUNIOR CLASS. 

Robert Lincoln Adams Castalia 

Edwin Allaben Plainfield. Ill . 

Alfred Arnold Canal Dover 

John Detweiler Atkinson PennsviUe. Pa. 

Perry Wheeler Atwood Waupun, Wis. 

Daniel C.Baer Summerfield. III. 

Fred Charles Bail Chester 

William Elmer Bailey Logansviilc. Pa. 

Adam John BAUMH..RT Brownhelm 

Burton Horace Beagle Blissfield. Mich. 

George Ellsworth Bedell Deckertown, N. J. 



30 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Charles Artemas Boies Sycamore, 111 . 

Ambrose Burnside Bown North Fairfield 

Charles Ransom Bradley Chatham 

Carl Ernest Brown Oberlin 

Samuel Burger Buena Vista 

Joseph B. Burtt Utica, Ind . 

Marco H . Bush West Leroy, Mich . 

John Thorne Calvert Medina 

Edward Holcomb Chapman ... Farrington, 111 . 

Thomas Ayres Church Memphis, Term . 

Shirley George Clifton Avon 

Samuel Hazlett Cottov Friendship, N. Y. 

Francis Mills Covell Rock Creek 

Henry Benjamin Cowles Oberlin 

Arthur Abram Crafts Chicago, 111. 

Clifford Harvey Darnell St. Paris 

John Bryant Dudley . Oberlin 

Burt Orlando Durand Oberlin 

Hamilton Hill Durand. Staten Island, N Y. 

Louis White Eoff Elmore 

Charles Hull EwiNG South Dayton, N. Y. 

Finle Y Fehl Marseilles 

James Jay Finn Finley's Lake, N. Y. 

Nelson Tolbert Gant Zanesville 

William Milton Garfield Sheffield 

Isaac Webber Gillett.. Batavia, N. Y. 

Ellsworth Porter Gillette Helena, M. T. 

Pitkin Clark Gilman La Porte 

Charles Ellsworth Godfrey Clarksfield 

William Gernell Graves Carthage, 111. 

Isaac Harkleroad .Collinsville, III. 

Charles Wright Harrington Rock Creek 

El Roy Hayes Clarksfield 

George Tarble Hayes Clarksfield 

Albert John Hershey . . Union 

Henry Hershey Union 

Benjamin Hickman Cincinnati 

David Howard Hitchcock Hilo, H. I. 

Hamilton Eugene Hoge Kenton 



O BERLIN COLLEGE. 31 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Oscar David Mollis Paris 111. 

Elmer Ellsworth Hopkins Orleans, Mass. 

Oliver Cromwell Houston Ne wbern, Va. 

Leroy E. Hoyt North Fairfield 

Samuel Theodore Huebner Burlington, la 

Charles Erwin Hurlburt Oberlin 

Henry Clough Hurst Cleveland 

George Everton Jefferson Wakeman 

Wiley Lorenzo Jennings Berea, Kv. 

Cedric Edgar Johnson Kenton 

Fred Blackman Kellogg Wakeman 

William Henry Lanier. Seima, Ala. 

Miles Benton Layton Crawford'- Corners 

Horace Edwin Lewman L'tica, Ind. 

Fremont Libby Cumberland Mills, Me. 

William Harding Lininger Gallon 

Charles Colburn Lord Orange, Vt. 

Arthur Meyer Loveland Newton, la. 

Reuben Eddy Loveland Newton, la. 

Louis John Luethi Gnadenhuttcn 

John Richard Martin. Columbia 

O.sc.vR Joseph Marshall St. Louis, Mo. 

James Bracken M.\tson Sharon, III. 

Thomas Perseverance McDonough Euclid 

Louis Watson McLennan Salineville 

Guy McMillan Akron 

Thomas Rowley McRoberts Guelph, Ont. 

Edward Alanson Miller Buda, 111. 

HoR.\CE Greeley Montgomery Shelbwille, Ind. 

Asa Jay Nash York 

Joseph Ho.mesworth Nelson Atlanta, Ga. 

Byron Rufus Newton. Friendship, N. Y . 

Howell James Orr Kankakee, 111. 

George Bovard Palmer Oberlin 

Fred W. P.xy O'^'""" 

Daniel Alvin Pelton Bainbridge 

Percy Lufkin Peter.son S^- I-ouis- Mo- 

Elmer J. Pierce Wakeman 

Melzar Emory Platt Manhattan. Kan. 



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32 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Robert Meeks Poe Findlay 

William Gilbert Pomeroy Burlingame, Kan. 

Orange Hines Powell Yazoo City, Miss. 

James Edward Raymer Toledo 

William Anthony Roberson St. Louis, Mo. 

William Ewing Robinson Helena, Ark. 

Frank Adelbert Rose Grand Crossing, 111. 

Arthur Leason Severance North Fairfield 

William Henry Small. Sterling, 111. 

David Oliver Smith Ashkum, 111. 

Ernest Joel Smith Milan 

William Avery Smith Oberlin 

Thomas Sanford Sparrow Verona, N. Y. 

Robert Ellsworth Stewart Holmesville 

Stanton B. Stiles Greenwich 

John B. Stradford St. Louis, Mo. 

Archibald William Taft South Egremont, Mass. 

Marion Ross Talbot St. Paris 

La ZellTauney West View 

Greene Thompson Monroe City, Mo. 

Lincoln Elton Thompson North Fairfield 

Samuel Willis Thompson North Fairfield 

Nathan Allen Tibbitts Elkhart, Ind. 

Clark James Tisdel Rock Springs, Wy. Ter. 

Ralph Peter Waddell Newcastle, Eng. 

James Allen West Geneseo, 111. 

John Frederick Wieters Hempstead, N. Y. 

Frederick Charles Wilke Buffalo, N. Y. 

RoLLiN A. Willet Elmore 

James Wiltse Constahleville, N. Y. 

Junior Preparatory 119. 



English School 



INSTRUCTORS. 



GEORGE H. WHITE, Principal. 
MISS M. M. WRIGHT. JOHN R. NICHOLS. 

I.EANDER J. ALDRICH. 



STUDENTS. 



GENTLEiMEN. 

NAMES. KKSlUbNttii. 

Frank Edmond Allinc; fohnston 

Leon Andress Birmingham 

John Wesley Atkinson Gaiion 

WiNTHROP Randall Austin . Shertield 

Eli Benton Bailey Logansvilie, Pa. 

Harry B. Baker Melinore 

John Jackson Barney Philadelphia, Pa. 

Frank Elliot Barrows Kent 

DwiGHT RiTTER Baughman ... . Biirlington, Kan. 

Charles Fremont Beall Mentor 

Hayden Binford Smithfield, \a. 

John L. Bishop Nova 

Charles Albert Bissell East Clarkstieid 

Frank Albert Bowell Rolling Prairie, Ind. 

Elza David Branch Chardon 

George Thomas Brinkerhoff.. Fargo. D. T. 

Richard Tunnicliffe Brown Sycamore, HI. 

William O. Brown Chebanse, 111. 

Theophilus Karleton Bruce Washington, D. C. 

Daniel Ellis Bushnell Indianajwlis, Ind. 

Willis Augustus Cadwell Kalama. W. T. 

Albert Edward Calvert Roalmro. Ont. 



34 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

RoLLA John Campbell Rollersville 

Ellsworth Colonel Carpenter Fields P.O. 

James Sherman Clark Trenton, N.J. 

Charley Martin Conklin Rochester Depot 

Clayton Edward Cook Henrietta Hill 

ZiLLA HiNZMiLA CosBY Oberlin 

Lewis Quincy Cummings Sullivan 

Canarius Henry Currier Henrietta 

William Fisher Dana Belpre 

Delton Ditus Day Farmington, Minn. 

Willard Farrington Day Hudson, Mich. 

William Frank Dennis Jasper, N. Y. 

Charles Joel Dole Oberlin 

William Leonard Dolman Kokomo, Ind, 

Stowell Barnard Dudley ". . . . Henrietta 

George Washington Eastom Leipsic 

Frank Western Elliot Chebanse, 111. 

James True Elliott Port Huron, Mich. 

A lbert Harris Ellis Oberlin 

Fred. Ellsworth. Florence 

George Warren Emery Hancock, Mich. 

Bert Thomas F ar agh er Lake Breeze 

James Fezzey Phoenix, Mich. 

John Fezzey , Phoenix, Mich. 

Belden Anderson Finley Oberlin 

George Grant Fowler Delaware 

Carleton Shattuck Frost Belmont, Mass. 

Arthur Clarence Gilbert Manchester, N. H. 

Herbert Steele Goss Brighton 

George Marshall Gray Medina 

William Albert Griffith Thorndale, Ont. 

George Erastus Gunn Mentor 

James Dunlavy Harrison Granville, 111. 

Wendell Phillips Hartshorn Penn Yan, N. Y. 

George Elmer Hawkins Brunswick 

Fred Haynes Port Huron, Mich. 

Harry Burt Herrick Chester Cross Roads 

George Heusner Henrietta 

Henry Reinhardt Hirsching North Amherst 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 35 



^^^^- KESIDENCRS. 

Simon Ellsworth Hoisington Oberlin 

John William Horn Lorain 

John Edwin Hunter Cincinnati 

Joseph Nelson Hurst Harrisburgh 

George Edward Jackson Providence, R. I. 

James Ellsworth Jackson LaPorte 

Frank Jansen Charlton, N. Y. 

Stephen Anthony Kessler Twelve Mile, Ind. 

Clifford Julius King Cleveland 

Bert Sherman Knapp Clintonville, Wis. 

Frank Curtis Knapp Clarkslleld 

Willis Wallace LaMoure Oberlin 

Charles May Libby Boston, Mass. 

Elizur Hinman Loomis Oberlin 

Clive Major Martin's Ferrv 

Frederick Wallace Mattocks Toledo 

William Henry McDonald North Fairfield 

Charles Frederick McDowell Chicago, 111 . 

Oliver Perry McGarvie Cleveland 

Joseph McMillan McKav Station 

Thomas Dick McMillan. . Oakland 

Charles Everett Me.\d Greenwich 

Burt Scott Mills Chicago, III. 

Jacob David Minton Bowling Green 

Edmund Moore Lake Breeze 

Grant Starr More San Ramon, Cal. 

John Alexander Mossman Il>cria 

Paul Ralph Mueller Oberlin 

Frank Jennings MuNGER Oberlin 

Fred Eugene Munger Oberlin 

John Mavumia Nembula . • Natal, South Africa 

Berton Ellsworth Norton Ol)erlin 

Stephen Alejo Olmeda Sizuenza, Spain 

Arthur Lewis Osborne Sandnskv 

Fred Ensign Packard Covert, Mich- 

William George Packard Covert, Mich. 

Edwin Plumer ^^o««="' ^"''• 

Miner Potter Columbia 

David P. Raney Ravmond, Wis. 



36 O BERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Edwin Monroe Ransom Mt. Vernon 

Charles Augustus Reed Amherst 

Augustus Ephraim Relyea Wappinger's Falls, N. Y. 

Virgil Edward Rice North Amherst 

Nicholas Francis Richlin Defiance 

James Lester Robertson Tiffin 

John Rowland Robertson Beacon, Mich. 

Alley Royal Rogers Warren 

Hiram William Rosa Kipton 

W1LLI.A.M Spencer Sawyer Grafton 

Edgar Elnathan Scoville Ashtabula Harbor 

Burt Otis Shank Chatham 

Frank William Shepard Medina 

Charles Ellsworth Sherman Marengo 

Edgar Grant Silliman North Fairfield 

Edward Charles Slater Henrietta 

George Alexander Smallwood New York City 

Clarence Fuller Simith Waynesburgh, Va. 

Leroy Torrence Smith Somerset, Mich. 

Stewart King Smith Somerset, Mich. 

Willis Jonas Smith Troy 

Lesley David Stahl Berlin Heights 

Hugh Legree Steele Memphis, Tenn. 

Alfred Bertram Stewart Oberlin 

Charles Ezra Strong Somerset, Mich. 

Hiram Adelbert Tennant Oberlin 

Charles Fremont Thomas Clarksfield 

Reed Thomas Arrington, Va. 

Frank Wesley Thurstin Bowling Green 

Glenn Henry Tillinghast Berlin Heights 

Harry K. Vail. Ligonier, Ind. 

Robert Russell Walker Lorain 

David William Walter West Brookfield 

Charles Walter Warner Plainfield, 111. 

Edward Dudley West Oberlin 

Frank Brooks West Wellington 

Obie Cowles Wheeler Lansing, Mich. 

William Means Wheeler Coshocton 

John Annesley Whillis Galway, N. Y. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



37 



^^'«'=S- MESIDENCES. 

Charles Dexter Whipple Bri<'hton 

Willie Clarence Whipple Bri<'hton 

Charles Stanley White Oberlin 

Charles K. Whitney Oberlin 

James Gilbert Wilkins Warren 

Douglas Edgar Witter Castalia 

Harvey Yancey Oberlin 

Albert Clarence Young Woodburn, 111. 

Gentlemen 147. 

LADIES. 

Bertha Elizabeth Adams Chagrin Falls 

Anna Pardee Arnold Buffalo, N. Y. 

Carrie Louise Austin Throop, X. Y. 

Ina Elloy Avery Oberlin 

Elizabeth Bailey Brownhclm 

Lizzie E Baird York 

Mollie Luella Baird York 

Corinne Baker North Olmsted 

Jennie Baler Mt. Vernon 

Susie M. Bardshar SancUi-k_v 

Blanch Barney Wakeman 

Hattie Jane Bartlett Oberlin 

Florence M. Bassett Berlin, Mass. 

Willnettie Bates Kipton 

Libbie Bawden Phoenix, Mich. 

Marion Julia Bedell Chetopa, Kan. 

LoRA Beedy Cambridgelwro, Pa. 

Georgia Temple Bell Oln-rlin 

Metta C. Bennett Oberlin 

Virginia Antoinette Berry St. Loiiis, Mo. 

Rose Addie Biddulph North Olmsted 

Julia Caroline Bissell Grand Haven, Mich. 

Rosa May Black St. Paris 

Emma D. Blackman Clarksficld 

Maggie Blair K duardsville. 111. 

Jessie Fremont Bliss Bainbridge 

Lulu Ione Bombaugh Gihnan. Ill 



38 



O BERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

ZxLEMA Marie Bourgeois New Orleans, La. 

Josephine Augusta Briggs North Amherst 

Grace Alma Brinsmade OberHn 

Harriet Maria Bronson Camden 

Justa Brown OberHn 

Kate J. Brown . Elgin, 111. 

Carrie M. Buck Avon 

Louie Burr Wakeman 

Sadie Arebell Campbell Rochester 

Clara Agnes Carter Birmingham 

Elizabeth Ida Caruthers De Kalb 

MiNA Chandler .Marseilles 

May Jansen Chase Oberlin 

Mary Mertisor Chatman Paris, Ky. 

Carrie Leonora Clark . Rootstown 

Cora Lorena Clark Rootstown 

Lottie Jackson Clinton Atlantic City, N. J. 

Ruth Elizabeth Close Kipton 

Lucy Jane Cobb Wellston 

Catharine Cobaugh Canton 

Lizzie Rust Coffin. Marblehead 

Rose Collins Chagrin Falls 

Lucy Myrtle Commander. ... Portsmouth 

Leonora Cooley Brownhelm Station 

Martha Ellen Copes Oberlin 

Grace Crehore Sheffield 

Fanny Croghan Louisville, Ky. 

Etta Minnie Dale Oberlin 

Anna M. Davis Oberlin 

Mary Frances Day Oberlin 

Maud M. Day Sheffield 

Marion Helen Daykin Wadsworth 

Carrie Deming Mattoon, 111. 

Caroline Lonester Dennie Great Bend, Kan. 

Carrie Eretena Denison Henrietta 

Ida May Detweiler Wadsworth 

Emma Belle De Yo Brownhelm 

Mary Dole Mattoon, 111 . 

Sarah Annie Dole Ivanhoe, 111. 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 39 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Laura LovixA Dressler Akron 

Hattie Elmira Drummond South Toledo 

Georgia Belle Dudley Garo, Col. 

Mary L. Dunham Wavnii, 111. 

Mary Freata Eckert Oberlin 

Jennie Ernst Fahnestock Lewistown, 111. 

Carrie Estelle Fay Northboro, Mass. 

Mary Fish , Berlin 1 Icights 

Ada Lelia Freeborn Brownhelm 

Sarah Adelle Garrett Washington, D. C. 

Cora May Gaston Russia 

Bertha N. Gault Ruggles 

Mary Giddings Oberlin 

Ruth Gill North Monroeville 

Frankie Alvina Gilson Sheffield 

Lillian Pauline Goins Oberlin 

Hattie Gould Prairie Depot 

Hattie Graf Shawville 

LiLLiAV Inez Green Garrettsville 

Anna Eliza Grinnage Shirland, Pa. 

Hannah Laura Gurney Chagrin Falls 

Emma Guy Rushsvlvania 

Elizabeth H aldeman East Claridon 

Clara Elizabeth Hall Dover 

Clara Belle Hamilton „ Raymond, 111. 

Emma Hanford • Wakeman 

Elizabeth Catherine Hills Lorain 

Nellie Cynthia Hine Sedan. Ill . 

Mary Elizabeth Hisey Nashville, 111. 

Mary Jane Hooker New London 

Mary Belle Hough Highland, Kan. 

Lydia Lewis Hughes Milwaukee, Wis. 

EsTELLA Grace Humiston Cleveland 

Fannie Collins Hutchins MinnehpoUs ^Ii^n. 

,^ ,, T Ol)erlin 

Dora May Ish 

Alice Imogens Jacobs ' '" 

Ora Josephine Jacobs 

^ T „.r Hubbard 

Elizabeth Jeffery 

Findlav 

Anna Johnston 



40 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Anna Margarette Kennedy New Brighton, Pa. 

Georgia I^ouisa Kimball Oberlin 

Mattie Belle Kimball Orland, Ind . 

Jennie Kimmell Ligonier, Ind. 

Grace Genevieve Kincaid .' Mound City, Kan. 

Annette Kinsman North Thetford, Vt. 

Emma Kirk La Carne 

Eva Kirk La Carne 

Bertha Kniffen Oberlin 

Amelia Bena Kuhlow Elyria 

Jennie Amelia Kump Atwater Center 

Harriet May LaBarre Custer, D. T. 

Ann Eliza Lacy ... Chicago, 111 . 

Elizabeth Latimer Coalbridge 

Myra Blanche La Voo Vermillion 

Jessie Wealthy Lawrence Saline, Mich. 

Lida Elmina Lawrence Milan 

Viola Lawson Grafton 

Emma Aurelia Lay Fremont 

Bertha Lee Fulton, N. Y. 

Victoria Lewis Chicago, 111. 

Ella Augusta Litchfield Litchfield, 111. 

Olive Kate Little Noneworth 

Anna Main Cleveland 

Olive Lois Manning Pittsfield, Mass. 

Anna Annabel Mannington Geneseo, 111. 

Josephine Sarah Marcy Springfield, Pa. 

Emma Luella Marquand Adam's Mills 

Georgiana Martin Frewsbursfh, N. Y. 

Sarah Elizabeth Martin . . .Copopa 

LiLLiE Maurer Fremont 

Jennie McCay Fredericksburgh 

May McClelland Oberlin 

Mary McDonough Cleveland 

Elizabeth Josephine McLennan Salineville 

Jennie McMillan McKay Station 

Cora McRoberts Pittsfield 

Jennie Lee McWade Oberlin 

Annis Mead Oberlin 



O BERLIN COLLEGE. 41 



NAMES. HESIDENCKS. 

Annis Myrtilla Mead Oberlin 

Georgiana Mead Greenwich 

Jennie LuciNDA Mellen Romeo, Mich. 

Hattie Metcalf Sidney 

Ellen Bartlett Minton Tontosan v 

Minnie Maud Mitchell Avonia, Pa. 

Nellie Isabelle Mitchell Oberlin 

Blanche Morey Madison 

Gertrude Morse Otierlin 

Ida Mary Moulton VVaverlv, 111. 

Mary Edith Munson Indianapolis, Ind. 

Lettie Myers Oberlin 

Florence Rebecca Neal Allegheny, Pa. 

Nettie Cornelia Nims Bellevue 

Lizzie Norrington Shrevcport, La. 

May Orcutt Santa Barbara, Cal. 

Nellie May Overy Cleveland 

May Belle Parker Olmsted 

Mary Corinne Patterson Westerville 

Mary Jane Peck Michigan City, Ind. 

LoRENA Peppard Fredericksburgh 

Luella Pershing West Salem 

Nina Pershing West .Salem 

Nellie Pierce Wakenian 

Mary Sabrina Pierson Hannibal, Mo. 

Josephine Perlina Pomeroy Strongsville 

Ella Pauline Pope ...Ottawa 

Stella Emma Pope Ottawa 

Mary Lucretia Powell Findlay 

Belle Esther Prindle Nt^«' MiHord 

Laura Ransom >''• '^'^'■"°" 

Frances Campbell Reed North Fairfield 

Addie May Remington N<"-tli Amherst 

Lydia Remington North Amherst, 

Alice Malita Richardson Memphis, Tenn. 

Florence Lucinda Richardson Saybrook 

Rowena Lauretta Roberson Lebanon 

Julia Adele Robinson Denver, Col- 

Edith Caroline Rossiter I-argo, D. f- 



42 O BERLIN COLLEGE. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Julia Irene Sackett Ruggles 

Lucy Adelia Salisbury La Grand, la. 

Emma Estelle Scott .Worthington 

Mary Shelton Wakeman 

Jennie Louise Sherwood Wauseon 

Mary Willoughby Sherwood Toledo 

Mattie Short Fremont 

Harriet Elizabeth Silone Newport, R. \. 

Ursula Simpkins Augusta, Ga. 

Maria Antoinette Simpson Harrisburgh, Pa. 

Gertrude Bushnell Smith Oberlin 

LucELiA Smith Pana, 111. 

May Smith . . .Oberlin 

MAry Lavantha Smith Oberlin 

Susanna Chapman Smith Mound City, Kan. 

Mary Caroline SouLE Hampton, Conn. 

Anna Amelia Spaulding. . , Steubenville 

Lizzie Wallace Spaulding Steubenville 

Jessie Benton Steese Lake 

Ella J. Stephens West Lebanon, Ind . 

Amy Stephenson' Sulphur Springs 

Minnie Day Stuart Cleveland 

Alida May Stilson Mantua 

Bertha Belle Stone Strongsville 

Mary Eliza Stone . . .Vermillion 

Saida J. Stone ....... Strongsville 

Grace Augusta Storer Oberlin 

J ulia May Sturges Oberlin 

Mary L. Sturtevant Ruggles 

Jessie Sweet Avon 

Jennie Alida Taylor . Claridon 

LiLLiE Anna Taylor Claridon 

Mary Jane Tennant Berlin Heights 

Edith Malvina Thatcher Chatham Center 

Mary Ella Thomas Sy 1 vania 

Paralee Thomas Helena, Ark. 

Bessie C. Thompson Oberlin 

Allie May Tibbitts Elkhart, Ind. 

Lucy Tillinghast Berlin Heights 



O BERLIN COLLEGE. 43 



^^^- RESIDENCES. 

Alma Todd j^ rbana 

Jennie Delight Todd Wakeman 

Alice Virginia Townsend Shreveport, La. 

Maria Louise Trego Mound City, Kan. 

Mary Turner Portsmouth 

Rosa Mabel Twaddle East Clarksfield 

Alma Edith Vanator Clyde 

Mary Vance Portsmouth 

Emma Loie Van Meter Yellow Springs 

Joanna Van Steinberg New Hurlev, N. V. 

Anna Townsend Waite Springfield, Mo. 

Myra May Wales East Toledo 

IsABELLE Irene Wall Washington, D. C. 

Nannie Ward Greensboros Ala. 

MiNA Waring Oberlin 

Lucy Washington Ellicottville, N. Y. 

Lulu Margaret Washington Lockport, N. Y- 

Ida Mary Weeden Columbia 

Lizzie Armina Weeter Callensburgh, Pa. 

Etta Leonora Welch Polk 

Flora Louis Wells Vermillion 

Mary Eliza Wells Vermillion 

Helen Lucy Wells Paren, Mass. 

Martha Budrow Wheeler Moscow, N . Y . 

Emma Elsie White Chatham 

Ella May Whitlock Chagrin Falls 

Maria Louise Whitman Chatham 

Zelma Whitney Oberlin 

Alice Maud Whitsey North Dover 

Nettie Fannie Wilcox. Oberlin 

Mary Amorette Willard Cleveland 

LuciNDA Williams Lima 

Dora Georgetta Wilson Toledo 

Mary Campbell Wilson Silver Creek, N. Y. 

Jennie Ella Woodfolk Vazoo City, Miss. 

Della Wright Rushvillc 

Mary Augusta Wright 01>erhn 

T TT „,,^,r v^TT^T,- Toronto, Ont. 

Jane Hervey Young 

T n. 260. 

Ladies 



)0n$HMli:tr^ t\ flit^iij. 



FACULTY 



JAMES H. FAIRCHILD, President. 

FENELON B. RICE, Director. 
E. CELESTIA WATTLES. FRANK M. DAVIS. 

WILEIAM B. CHAMBERLAIN. HELEN M. RICE. 
HOWARD H. CA RTER. IDA B. BLAKESLEE. 

SAMUEL H. BLAKESLEE. EDWARD. B. PERRY. 

LILLIAN J. JAQUES. CAMILLA M. NETTLETON. 

PERRY P. WEED. 



STUDENTS 



GENTLEMEN. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Joseph M. B aggs Bridgeport 

William Frederick Bentley Geneva 

Oreett RoMANzo Blanchard ...Oberlin 

James Miles Blose Punxsutawnej, Pa. 

Charles Gilbert Boise Bellevue 

Frank Gunn Brainerd Wj'anet, 111. 

Edward Breck Boston, Mass. 

Harry Clyde Brooks ... .Oberlin 

John Henry Brown Westwood, Quebec 

Frank Seldon Buckley Manistee, Mich . 

Dalzell Adelbert Bunker Colebrook 

Albert John Casno Oberlin 

Frederick William Chamberlain. Oberlin 

William Henry Cheesman Oberlin 

Alfred Vance Churchill Oberlin 

Charles Henry Claque Dover 

Charles E . Clark Oberlin 

Whitney Clark Huntington 



O BERLIN COLLEGE. 45 



NAMES. RKSIDENCES. 

George Henry Cobb Oberlin 

Horace Milton Colville Mt. \'crnon 

Orville Lee Cook Lcxin"ton 

Willis Bartlett Currier Oberlin 

Willis Franklin Day Oberlin 

William Frank Dennis Jasper, N . V . 

Frederick Lincoln Drake Oberlin 

Burt Orlando Durand Oberlin 

Albert Harris Ellis Oberlin 

Theodore Horatio Ellis Oberlin 

George Warren Emery Hancock, Mich. 

Merrill Foote Leonidas, Mich. 

Scott Ford Ruggles 

Alva J. French Wakeman 

Carleton Shattuck Frost Belmont, Mass. 

William Milton Garfield. ShetVicId 

James Henry Garnett Savannah, Ga. 

Peter Joseph Gerlach Oberlin 

AsHTON Dwight Goodrich Le Grand, la. 

Herbert Ross Goodrich Oberlin 

Jay Rollin Hall Brighton 

Luther Donnell Hamilton Clarksburgh, Ind. 

Julian Dana Harmon Warren 

William Henry Harmon Oberlin 

Ross Allen Harris Oberlin 

James Dunlavy Harrison Granville, 111. 

Benjamin Franklin Hastings Marengo, III. 

Winfield Pierce Hatch OlK-rlin 

Philip Cady Hayden Hempstead, N. Y. 

Howard Thomas Hicks Oberlin 

Orange Scott Hopkins W.-isbington C. H. 

Will Cleveland Hovev Oberlm 

Maynard Ingalsby Custer Citv, Pa. 

Seymour Everett Jackson Norwalk 

Charles Albert Jaggar South Hampton, N. Y. 

De Forest Rood Johnson Oberlin 

Dwight Ralph Kimberley ^""''"^ ^^'*^*'- 

Harlow Vincent Knight Elmore 

^ TVT 1^ .^»To Sulphur Springs 

Francis Mills KooNS ' ' " 



46 OBBRLIN COLLEGE. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Allison Noble Loomis Windsor 

Charles Augustus Mack Gilead, Conn. 

John Jay McKelvey Sandusky 

Joseph McMillan McKay Station 

Edward Lawr ence Mead Oberlin 

Charles Frank Miller Oberlin 

Arth ur Gibson Morse Brownhelm 

Jamin Seth Morse Brownhelm 

Arthur Lewis Parker Liverpool 

John Fisher Peck Oberlin 

Melzar Emory Platt Manhattan, Kan. 

Sheldon Lewis Proudfit Edinborough, Pa. 

Charles Howard Randall Oberlin 

Francis Ernest Regal Oberlin 

, Louis Merritt Rice Oberlin 

William Anthony Roberson St. Louis, Mo. 

Edward Everett Roberts Long Bottom 

SoLLis Runnels Indianapolis, Ind. 

Philo Perry Safford Fond du Lac, Wis. 

Arthur Albert Saxton Oberlin 

John Long Severance Cleveland 

George Bennett Siddall Oberlin 

Walter Fisher Skeele East Bloomfield, N. Y . 

Edward Charles Slater Henrietta 

George Le Grand Smith Somerset, Mich. 

George Soule Hampton, Conn. 

Charles Ezra Strong Somerset, Mich. 

Jarvis Allen Strong Wakeman 

Sidney Dix Strong Seville 

John Reynolds Swan Fair Haven 

Edgar George Sweet Avon 

Ernest Dean Sweezey Corry, Pa. 

Clarence Franklin Swift Oberlin 

Archibald William Taft South Egremont, Mass. 

Charles Finney Tambling. Oberlin 

Bernard Frederick Tenney Oberlin 

Theodore Edward Tenney Oberlin 

James Allen Thome Tremont, 111. 

Merton Edmond Thompson Oberlin 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 47 



NAMES. 

KESIDENCKS. 

JoHx James Trible Rochester, Vt. 

Eugene Stanberry Upson Obcrlin 

Clarence Augustus Vincent Chaijrin Falls 

George Burnside Waldron Owasso, Mich. 

Perry Parton Weed Douglas, Mich. 

George Clarence Westervelt Oberlin 

Herbert Eugene Westervelt Oberlin 

LuciAN Arthur Wilbor Obcrlin 

Robert Clarkson Wilkin Harrisville 

George Louis Williams Southington, Conn. 

William Phillips Winter South Toledo 

Edward Leonidas Wynn Oberlin 

Gentlemen 108. 

LADIES, 

Bertha Elizabeth Adams Chagrin Falls 

Ida Laura Adams Sioux City, la. 

Emma Ainsworth Moline, 111. 

Emma Aldrich Weston 

Mary Addie Allen Espv ville. Pa. 

Hannah Emeline Andrus Ashtibula 

Frank Tryphena Arnold Oberlin 

Jennie Anna Arthur Buftalo, N. Y. 

Laura Ella Babcock Cazenovia, N. Y. 

Elizabeth Kate Baer Summerfield, III. 

Jennie Elizabeth Baldwin OlKTlin 

Libbie Bawden Phanix, Mich. 

Maud E. Bawden Rockland, Mich. 

Jennie Harvuot Beck Lincoln, Kan. 

Clara Sophia Benedict Wellington 

Metta C. Bennett Oljcrlin 

Edith Irene Bentley Dcs Moines, la. 

Virginia Antoinette Berry St . Louis, Mo. 

Rose Addie Biddulph North Olmsted 

Clara Alma Bigelow Sandu-ky 

Jeanne Esther Birge Oberlin 

Ada Jennie Bisbee Athens, Mich. 

Alice Perthena Blanchard Obcrlin 

Julia Elmira Boise Bellevue 



48 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Maud Mary Boise . . .Villisca, la. 

Emma Laura Bramley Coe Ridge 

Fannie Lucinda Brayton. ... Youngsville, Pa. 

Josephine Erie Brown Oberlin 

Ida May Budd '. . . Oberlin 

Grace Irene Burnham Orland, Mich. 

Alice Estelle Burt Oberlin 

Ida May Burwell Mercer, Pa. 

Lulu Ellen Byrnes Bellevue 

Lizzie Perkins Cady Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Frances Bennett Callaway Buffalo, N. Y. 

Kate P. Calvin Waverly, 111. 

Florence Louisa Camp Oberlin 

Annabel Campbell Oberlin 

Etta May Campbell Ashland 

Nettie Fay Canon .Muscatine, la. 

Eva Carpenter Northfield, Minn. 

Angelina Virginia Carter LaGrange, Ind. 

Carri e J an e Carter Oberlin 

Eva Pearl Carter Edgerton 

Julia Lois Caruthers Oberlin 

Nettie Alice Case Benzonia, Mich. 

Alice Casner Senecaville 

Laura Ellen Casxo Oberlin 

Ellen Maria Chamberlain Oberlin 

Mary Elizabeth Chamberlain Oberlin 

Mary Edgerton Chandler White Lake, Mich. 

MiNA Chandler Marseilles 

Angie Lena Chapman Lodi 

Martha Maria Chase Oberlin 

Elgie Mars Christy Marshallsville 

Elizabeth Kempton Clark Oberlin 

LuLA Edith Clark Oberlin 

Laura Eoline Clemens Canal Dover 

Emma Josephine Clisbee Oberlin 

Catharine Cobaugh Canton 

Lucy Jane Cobb Wellston 

Mary Conner Coffey Griggsville, 111 . 

Cora Czarena Colburn Oberlin 



O BERLIN COLLEGE. ^y 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Ella M . Coleman Chesterville 

Gertrude Cook Prairie Depot 

Mary Florence Coulter Manistee, Mich . 

Alice Welch Cowles Cleveland 

Mary Eliza Cox Oberlin 

Carrie Ella Craine Cadillac, Mich. 

Ella Crittenden Ruggles 

Lillian Imogene Crouch Erie, Pa. 

Martha Isabel Crouch Erie, Pa. 

Sarah Eleanor Crouch Erie, Pa. 

Rozena Ann Crumrine Trov 

Harriet Gertrude Dann Sidney 

Alma Sephina Davis Cleveland 

Mary Frances Day Oberlin 

Marion Helen Daykin VVadsworth 

Carrie Lonester Dennie Great Bend, Kan. 

Lynda Densmore Meadville, Pa. 

Emma Louisa Dickinson N'ew Haven, Conn. 

Minnie Maxwell Dickinson Erie, Pa. 

Mextie Donard Spencer 

Laura Lovina Dressler Akron 

Georgia Belle Dudley Garo, Col. 

Cora Eastman Midland, Mich. 

Anna Cora Edmondson Valley Center, Kan. 

Sarah Jane Edwards Leipsic 

„ Cleveland 

Lou Eldridge ^ 

May Ellis Reading Center. N. Y. 

Hattie Jackson Emery 

. , T?,,cDv Hancock, Mich. 

Mamie Abby Emery ' 

Alfaretta Eliza Ensign Oberlin 

^ Ottawa 

Dora Ewing 

Jennie Ernst Fahnestock Lcwiston, III. 

Millicent Alfra Fancher °"'" 

„ London 

Tessie Farrar 

•' Shelbv 

BiNA Farrington 

Marscillch 

Etta Fehl • • 

„ Prairie Depot 

Nellie May Fike 

Akron 

Lulu Tane Fish 

■' ....Albion, Pa. 

Macie I. Flower 



50 O BERLIN COLLEGE. 

NAMES. RESIDENCE. 

Delia May Foote Geneva 

Nellie Lucretia Ford Cleveland 

Desdemona May Fouch Wooster 

Cora Hortense Fowler Little Sandusky 

Ida Freeman Burton 

Grace Elaine Frisbie Des Moines, la. 

Jennie Fuller cNorwalk 

RiLLA Maud Fuller Obeilin 

Lola Gayer Oberlin 

Catherine Miller Galbraith Mt. Morris, N. Y. 

Belinda Ann Gamble LaCarne 

Cora Emma Gannett Wellington 

Alice May Gardner Fulton, N . Y . 

Lizzie Lincoln Gardner Chagrin Falls 

Mary Louise Gardner Chagrin Falls 

Jessie Maria Garfield Sheffield 

Sarah Adele Garrett Washington, D. C . 

Carrie Louise Gasser Toledo 

Carrie Louise Gifford Elgin, III. 

May Frances Gilchrist Vermillion 

Jessie Claire Glasier Cleveland 

Effie Belle Grabach Clyde 

Hattie Elizabeth Green Oberlin 

Belle Lavern Gregory Attica 

Nellie Louise Gunn Granville, 111. 

Anna Gurney Hart, Mich. 

Hattie Adeline Hale ' Faribault, Minn. 

Clara Elizabeth Hall Dover 

Florence Elizabeth Hall Hudson, Wis. 

Mary Sybil Hall Sudbury, Vt. 

Addie Hallook Antwerp 

Myrta Gay Hamilton Clarksburgh, Ind. 

Cornelia Maria Harmon Warren 

Frances Sophia Harrington Albion, Pa. 

Hattie Amelia Harris Oberlin 

Olive N. Harrison Granville, 111. 

Ada Ann Harvuot Savannah 

Ella Irene Harvuot Sullivan 

Caroline Willard Haynes Oberlin 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



NAMES. 

Hattie Belle Hays 
Emma L. Herrick... 



5« 

• Lalbt>i< la. 

.Li^onicr, Ind. 
Far«l 



Adda Grace Hiluish Bellevue 

Anna Belle IIilbisu Bcilcvue 

Mary Elizabeth Hisey Nuhville. III. 

Ella Hobart CievcUnd 

Elizabeth Mattison HoLTER Obcrlin 

Helen Plant Hosford Iludton 

Fannie Amelia Hosley !■ 

Anna Barbara Hostetter \tc \ , 

Charlotte Belle Hostlanoer Rid^r. ^ 

Leona Geneva Hottenstein SUnlun, Mu t>. 



M.\ry Belle Hough 

Mary Howard 

Sarah Caskey Hubbard 

Lydia Lewis Hughe.s 

Estella Grace Humiston... 

Bertha Lucelia Hunt 

Leonora Isabel Hunt 

Fannie Collins Hutchins. . . 

Alma Isles 

E.M.MA Jacobs 

Florence Lucina Jameson. . . 
Lillian Josephine Jacjues. . . 

Lelia E. Johnson 

Anna Johnston 

Jennie Philena Johnston . 

Eva Jones 

Ella Frances Kahao. . 
Maria Kahao 



.Highland, Kan. 

Obrrlln 

A»h tabula 

...Milwaukee. Wl.. 

Cleveland 

.DcWittvillc. N. Y. 

l)c Wiitvillc. N. Y. 

. Minnca|>uH», Minn. 

Klrk»»lllr. Mo 



.w 



.Dubuque, U. 
.Dubuque, la. 



Lepha Abbie Kelsey ■"■ 

Anna Margarette Kennedy New tirt|c)tiu«. I**. 

Laura Sabina Kerr ^Vinlerwt. la. 

Georgia Louisa Kimball ...Oberltn 

Mattie Belle Kimhali .Orland. Ind. 

Jennie Kimmkll Ufooier. Ind. 

Grace Genevieve Kincaid 

Alice Evangelin^ Kitts 

Hadessah Laverne Klino 



Mmind OtT. Kan 

...Kir: land 

Marion 



52 OBERLfN COLLEGE. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Mabel Albertine Knapp Oberlin 

Mary Elizabeth Knowlton Utica 

Carrie Jane Lake Pittsfield 

Mary Lena La Moure Oberlin 

Elizabeth Latimer Coe Ridge 

Lena Latimer Rock Creek 

Henrietta Law Mayiield 

Bertha Lee Fulton, N. Y. 

Christabel Lee. ... Oberlin 

Grace Lee Oberlin 

Jessie Fremont Lee Garrettsville 

Sarah Elizabeth Lee Fulton, N. Y. 

Mary Holton Leet Bowling Green 

Jessie Maretta Leonard Oberlin 

Lucy Amelia Lincoln Union City, Mich. 

Mary Alice Loomis Windsor 

Helen Eudora Maltby .Champaign, 111. 

Alma Viola Mapes Litchfield, Mich. 

Josephine Sarah Marcy , . Springfield, Pa. 

Ella Marsh , ... Larue 

Mary Clark Mattocks Toledo 

Jennie McMillan McKay Station 

Alma Carrie Mead Oberlin 

Annis Myrtilla Mead Oberlin 

Lois Mead Oberlin 

Isabel McCoy Penfield 

Sarah Ellen McCoy West Salem 

Jessie McGill Saegertown, Pa. 

Martha Elwood McLennan. . „ Salineville 

Emma Florence Mellen Romeo, Mich. 

Jennie Lucinda Mellen. Romeo, Mich. 

Ella Florence Merry Angola, Ind. 

Margaret Hamilton Merton Calumet, Mich. 

Estella Metcalf Sidney 

Lizzie Belle Metcalf Jacksonville, 111. 

Lulu Metcalf Sidney 

Grace M. Messenger La Porte, Ind. 

Kittie Isadore Meyers Janesville, Wis. 

Jennie Meylen Meadville, Pa. 



OliERUX COLLEGE. 



U 



NAMES. 

Martha Elizabkth Michkvkr 

Maui) Melrose Miller 

Emma Elizabeth Mills ... 

Minnie Maud Mitchell 

Blanche Morey 

Id.v Mary Moulton 

Lena F. Mulliner 

Eva Elizabeth Ml lter. . . 

Ca.milla Mercy Nettleton 

Elizabeth Auams Nichols 

Nettie Cornelia Ni.ms ?. 

Helen Gertrude Nye 

Grace O.^cutt 

Clara Louise Osborn 

Cora Ozier 

Alice Blake P.\rk.er 

Eliz.v Esther Parker 

Mary Bessie P.vrker 

August.v Parmly 

Sarah Patrick 

Elnora Patten 

E.MMA Betsy Patton 

Clara Bki mia Paul 

Jennie Eliza Payne 

Kate Burton Pease 

Lizzie E.mma Peck . 

NLvRY Jane Peck 

Mary Cowles Penfikld. ... 

Cor \ May Perry 

Henrietta Adelaide Perky. 

Alice EvMCLiNE Pheli'S 

Ida May Phillips 

Mary Sabrina Piers()n 

Winnie Alcusta Platt .. 

CJr.vce Thome Pompili.y 

NL\RY Ellen Porter 

Sarah Ann Porter 

F'lorence Adelaide Posr 
Caroline Phebe Posi 



mt*itt»jtK»jt 



.P-ftvUle. N. Y. 

\vonla. Pa. 

•on 

. Waverl/. 111. 

K*irport, N. Y. 

.\throrxl. N Y. 



Bclioup 


', 


N. Y. 


>anU Barbara, Gil. 


OwaMO. Mich. 


. . .SI. I^ou 


u. .Mu 


BcUcr 





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54 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



NWIES. RESIDENCES. 

Jessie Fidelia Pounds Oberlin 

Eva Elizabeth Quereau Quincj, Mich. 

Emmie E. Quigley North Amherst 

Frances Campbell Reed North Fairfield 

Ida Frances Reed Hart, Mich. 

Kate Retterer Marion 

Alice Mulita Richardson Memphis, Term. 

Alla Mata Ridgeway Marseilles 

Lulu B. Riley Marion 

Jennie AsENATH Robinson Highland, Kan. 

LovEDY Sarah Roper Oberlin 

Alice Eugenia Roser Oberlin 

Beatrice Roudebush Blooming Valley, Pa. 

Gertrude Alice Sackett Ruggles 

Irene A. Sawyer , Mentor 

Edith Mary Saxton Oberlin 

Ursula Louise Scales St. Louis, Mo. 

Ida Louisa Searle Oberlin 

Josephine Senter Columbus 

Amelia Seymour St. Louis, Mo. 

Jessie Corinne Sheldon Bryan 

Mary Willoughby Sherwood Toledo 

Kate Shurtleff Marengo, 111. 

Ursula Simpkins Augusta, Ga. 

Alice Slotter Columbiana 

Lavinia Smalley Ashland 

Carrie Ellen Smith Romeo, Mich. 

Josephine Eugene Smith Catawba Island 

Lucelia Smith Pana, 111. 

Mary Esther Smith Oberlin 

Susanna Chapman Smith Mound City, Kan. 

Ulellah Nancy Smith Oberlin 

Myra Bosworth Smythe Columbus 

Lillian Solis St; Clair, Mich . 

Anna Delia Sorter Mayfield 

Mary Caroline Soule . . Hampton, Conn. 

Anna Amelia Spaulding Steubenville 

Julia Spaulding , . . . Oberlin 

Florence Elizabeth Sperry Sherman, N. Y . 



OBERLIN COLLEGE. 



<< 



NAMES. 

I VA Maria Sproule 

Mary Elda Starr 

Jessie Benton Steese 

Carrie Elizabeth Stilson.... 

Elsie Ladora Stofer 

Grace Augusta Storer 

Hettie Strickler 

Ida Lucina Stroup 

Julia Mary Sturges 

Jessie Julia Sweet 

Mary Osband Swift 

Lizzie Mabel Svkes 

Mara Sigourney Taylor ... . 
AmcLPHiA Elgenia Terpeni.ng 

Lenora Thayer 

Etta Leon a Tho.mas 

Nellie McLeod Thomas 

Edna Thompson 

Sarah Thompson 

Allie May Tibbits 

Alma Todd 

Lillian Gertrude Towslee . . 

Mary Eliza Tracy 

Ruth Maria Tkacv 

Maria Louise Trego 

Mary Elizabeth Trinter 

Etta Julia Tryon . • 

Sarah Augusta Tryon 

Helen Florence Tupper 

NL\ry Violette Tupper 

Nellie Elizabeth Tuttle 

Katherine Caroline Vanck 
Mary Ida Van Cleef.. . 
1 1 AT I IK Van Sickle... 
Joanna Van Steenberoh. 
Annie TowNSEND Waitk . .. 

Mary Waterman 

Mary Eliza Wells 

E.MMA WELt.SLA(;ER 



.Ml. Vemon 
. Ml Vernon 



•■n 

. an 

. .ColumbUna 

. . WctUni;1oo 

. .Obcrlln 

A«oa 

I.aiuiiig, Mich. 

m 



E<l|;cfton 

.GairrlUvaW 

.Rftrcnn* 

. Norwalk 

..Urbuu 

-Id 

r. ^i.art, iikJ. 

. . UrbAM 

LodI 

..I'hrklMvllk 

MaiMikU 

Mouitd Cttv, Kan. 

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. . UcUlord 

M'-'fnrd 

<..>::a»« 

Otuws 

K*»l T«««*. MUrh 



.New I" 



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56 OBERLIN COLLEGE. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Martha Budrow Wheeler Moscow, N. Y. 

Nettie Whitcomb Morrison, 111 . 

Emma Elsie White Chatham 

Helen Josephine White Kalamazoo, Mich. 

Mary Augusta Whitney Oberlin 

Mary Cattell Whitsey Dover 

RiA Brown Wilcox Oberlin 

Mat Amorette Willard Cleveland 

Nellie Elizabeth Wilsov Milan 

Kate Hall Winship Pierpont 

Emma Austin Wolcott West Farmington 

Mary Ellen Wonser New London 

Carrie Aravilla Wood Bellevue 

Harriet Newell Wright Calumet, Mich. 

Mary Augusta Wright Oberlin 

Sad A A. Yost Saegertown, Pa . 

TiLLiE Zeller Mount Cory 

Ladies 353. 



SUMMARY 



I. DKI'AHTMKNT OK THEOIjOGV. 

Seniors 
Middl<.>... 
Juniors. . . . 

II. DEPARTMKNT OF J'HILOSOI'HY AM) THK \U|n 
I. CLASSICAL cot'ua. 

Seniors ■ ^ 

Juniors 46 

Sophomore 53 (Mmllcmrf. 

Freshmen ifj Latlic* 

i. I.ITIRAKV COL'KML 

Fourth Veiir . Ji 

Third Year 40 

Second Ye:ir 3V ' 

First Year . 65 

!•* -iri I" ' 

Gentlemen 
Ladies 

UI. DEPARTMENT OF PREPARATORY IXSTKICTION 

I. CLASSICAL aCHOOt. 

Seniors So 

Middles 107 Cimtlcnvrn 

Juniors . 1 1<> IjUixc 

i. RNIIIJSII M-iirVil . 

Gentlemen 
I-»idies. . . 

IV, t DVSKUVAIOHY OF MfSIC. 

Gentlemen 

Ladies 

ToLiI 

Deducting Ihosf rtckoHtd twic* (memhcm o< oOmt I> 

also enrolled in Conncrvatorjr of Mtuir) 
Whole number of Gcntlcnu-n 
Whole number of I^idii- 

Corrected tnt.i 



•1 






I 



!«•• 



inmttmn| hi ^kks. 



States and Territories, Ca- 
nadian Provinces AND For- 
eign Countries. 




|i 

B o 

CM 

Q 


Department of 

Philosophy 
and the Arts. 


Conservatory 

of 

Music. 


Department of 
Preparatory 
Instruction. 


J 
< 


Ohio 


H 
4 
4 

2 

I 

1 

I 

I 

I 
I 

I 


248 
13 

23 
20 

9 

15 

6 
3 

4 

I 

I 

I 
I 


209 

7 

14 

2S 
17 

4 
2 

10 
4 
4 
2 
2 

I 
3 

1 

I 
I 


42s 
59 
39 
26 
24 
21 
II 

5 
12 

9 

7 
4 
S 
3 
4 
4 
3 
6 

4 
2 

3 

2 

4 

2 

3 

3 

I 
2 
2 

3 

I 
2 

I 
2 
2 

2 
I 

I 

I 
I 


Sq6 


Illinois 


"3 


New York 


8S 
74 


Pennsylvania 


51 


Indiana 


41 

Z3 




21 




20 


Missouri 

AVisconsin 


18 

'7 




12 


Ontario 


10 


Vermont .... 

Connecticut 


I 

7 


New Jersey 


6 




6 


California 

N orth Carolina 


S 
5 


Tennessee 


S 


Colorado .... 


4 


District of Columbia 

Geor""ia 


4 
4 


Kentucky 


4 


Louisiana 

Maine 


4 
4 




3 


Arkansas 


3 




3 


New Hampshire 

Hawaiian Islands 

Ireland 

Quebec 


3 
3 
2 
2 


Rhode Island 

Washington Territory 

Alabama. 


2 
2 

2 




I 


Ens^land.. .... 


I 


Montana 


I 


Nova Scotia 


I 


South Carolina 

Siam 


I 

I 


Spain 

Texas 

Turkey . , 


I 
I 


Utah......... 


I 


New Mexico 


I 






Total 


42 


428 


310* 


713 


'493 





Total number of Students from Ohio, 896. Total number