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OF THE West Chester State Normal School." 



THIRTY-FIRST 



ANNUAL CATALOGUE 



OF THE 



WEST CHESTER 



State l^otroal School 



FOR THE 



FIRST DISTRICT^ 

WEST CHESTER, CHESTER COUNTY, PA. 
...1902... 



PRESS OF THE VILLAGE RECORD, 
WEST CHESTER, PA. 



Board of Trustees. 



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TRUSTEES REPRESENTING THE STOCKHOLDERS. 



R. T. CORNWELL, 

Samuel Marshall, 
?^VANS Rogers, 
Joseph H. Baldwin. 



Term of office expires 
in 1903. 



Albert P. Hall, 
Alfred P. Reid, 
Marshall S. Way, 
John S. Mullin. 



Term of office expires 
in 1904. 



Thomas \V. Baldwin, 
Plummer E. Jefferis, 
Marshall H. Matlack, 
Herbert P. Worth. 



Term of office expires 
in 1905. 



TRUSTEES REPRESENTING THE STATE. 



Levi G. McCauley, 
J. Preston Thomas. 



Term of office expires 
in 1903. 



John J. Pinkerton, 
Wm. S. Windle. 



Term of office expires 
in 1904. 



T. L. Eyre, 
William Chalfant. 



Term of office expires 
in 1905. 



Officers of the Board. 

President, 
Levi G. McCaulicy. 

Secretary, 
Herbert P, Worth. 

Committee on Household, 

Ai^BERT P. Hai^i,, T. L. Evre, Joseph PI. Bai,dwin, 

John S. Mui,i<in, J, Preston Thomas. 

Committee ojt Finance, 
Thomas W. Bai^dwin, Evans Rogers, Marshai^i, S. Way, 

MaRSHAIvI, H. MATI.ACK, PtUMMER E. JEFFERIS. 

Comm,ittee on Instruction, 

John J. Pinkerton, Evans Rogers, R. T. Cornwei.!*, A. P. Reid, 

Thomas W. Bai^dwin. 

Committee on Cabinet, 

W. S. WiNDivE, Herbert P. Worth, Samdei* MARSHAr,i<, 

J. Preston Thomas, Wii;i,iam Chai,fant. 

Committee on Athletic Grounds, 

Joseph H. BAt,DwiN, M. H. Matlack, A. P. Hai^i,, T. L. Eyre, 

A. P. Reid, Wili^iam Chai^fant. 

The President is a member {ex-officio) of all standing 
committees. 



Treasurer, 
J. Howard Mercer. 

Steward, 
Harry S. Johnson. 

Matron, 
Mary C. Davis. 



The regular Meetings of the Board are held on the last Monday 
in each month. 



The Faculty. 

GEO. MORRIS PHILIPS, A. M., Pii. D., 

Principal. 

DAVID M. SIilNSENIG, M. S., 

Higher Mathematics. 

C. B. COCHRAN, A. M., 

Physics and Chemistry. 

ELVIRA Y. SPEAKMAN, 

Geography and Spelling. 

FRANCIS H. GREEN, A. M., 

English. 

C. E. EHINGER, M. D., 

Director of Gymnasium. 

CHARLOTTE M. HARDEE, Mus. B., 

Music. 

ESTHER M. GROOME, 

Drawing and Writing. 

S. C. SCHMUCKER, A. M., Ph. D., 

Biological Sciences. 

CORA E. EVERETT, 

Reading. 

FOSTER H. STARKEY, A. M., 

Latin. 

WALLACE P. DICK, A. M., 

Greek and Latin. 
SMITH BURNHAM, A. M., 

History. 

ADDISON L. JONES, A. M., 

Principal of Model School. 

HENRY H. GODDARD, A. M., Ph. D., 

I Pedagogy. 

LYDIA a. MARTIN, M. E., 

Mathematics. 

MRS. A. M. SENSENIG, M. E., 

Mathematics. 



MRS. C. E. EHINGKR, 

Physical Culture. 

ROBERT F. ANDERSON, A. M., 

Mathematics. 

WII.LIAM S. DELP, M. S., 

Book-keeping and Mathematics. 

ANNA P. ESI.ER, M. E., 

Reading and Grammar. 

ELIZABETH F. CRILEY, M. E., 

English Branches. 

HARRIET H. BALDWIN, M. E., 

English. 

ADA W. CORNWELL, M. E., 
ELIZABETH G. HOLMES, 

Assistants in Gymnasium. 

ELEANOR VANCE, 

Assistant in Music. 

HELEN FARQUHAR, 

English Grammar. 

JOHN F. LOYD, A. B., 

Manual Training. 

CHARLES B. LEWIS, 

Assistant in Gymnasium. 

MRS. C. B. COCHRAN, 

Assistant in Laboratory. 

HUMPHREY M. CARPENTER, 
Violin, Flute, Violincello. 

ALICE COCHRAN, 

Librarian. 

JOHN A. BRITTON, M. E., 

Secretary. 

FRANCIS H. HALLMAN, B. E., 

Book-keeper. 

HARVEY M. COOPER, 

Study-Hall. 



The Calendar. 



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SPRING TERM, 1902. 



Tuesday, 

Wednesday, 

Suuday, - • 

Wednesday, 

Thursday, 
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Friday, - ■ 



June 


3rd, - 


June 


4th, - 


June 


15th, - 


June 


iStb, - 


June 


19th, - 


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June 


20th, - 



State Examinations. 

Baccalaureate Sermon. 
Class-Day Exercises. 
Commencem ent. 
Meeting of Alumni. 
Spring Term Closes. 



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1^ Monday, 

■^ Thursday, 



FALL TERM, 1902-1903. 



^ Wednesday, 
Monday, 



Friday, 



Sept. 1st, 
Nov. 27th 
Dec. 24th, 
Jan. 5th, 
Mar. 13th, 



Fall Term Begins. 

Thanksgiving. 

Christmas Holidays Begin. 

Students Return. 

Winter Term Ends. 



SPRING TERM, 1903. 



Monday, 



•6 Sunday, - 



4j Wednesday, 

•a 

;| Thursday, 



Mar. 23rd, - Spring Term Begins. 

June 14th, - Baccalaureate Sermon. 

June 17th, - Class-Day Exercises. 

June 1 8th, - Commencement. 

" - Meeting of Alumni. 

June i9tli, - Term Ends. 



.H Friday, - - 



Catalogue of Students 



POST GRADUATES. 



Ash, Ethel V., 
Babb, Edith L,, 
Bechdolt, Mary H., 
Carl, Elmer B., 
De Neen, Sophia M., 
Green, Anna M., 
Griffith, Florence I., 
Hoagland, Zillah M., 
Immell, Ruth, 
Kerr, Mary, 
Knapp, Samuel K., 
Marple, Viola Z., 
Marshall, R. Mary, 
McCord, Clinton P., 
Pepper, R. Clemmie, 
Shee, Catharine, 
Stetler, Isaac E., 
Trexler, Kate I,., 
Ulrich, Elmer B., 
Wolford, Samuels., 
Woodward, H. Willard, 
Ziegler, Elmer B., 



Post O&ce. 

West Chester, 
Bryn Mawr, 
Media, 
Ironbridge, 
53 Decatur st., 
Horsham, 
West Chester, 
Unionville, 
West Chester, 
Jersey Shore, 
Matawan, 
Horsham , 
Northbrook, 
Elverson, 
Georgetown, 
West Chester, 
New Hanover, 
Trexler, 
Jonesville, 
Spring Mount, 
West Chester, 
Hatboro, 

UNDER-GRADUATES. 

LADIES. 



Name. 

Achey, Ida J., 
Adams, Delia M., 
AUchin, Mary H., 
Alden, Gertrude W., 
Alderfer, Anna A., 
Allebach, Lydia M., 
Allen, Laura F., 



Post OfSee. 

Milford Square, 

Tweedale, 

Bryn Mawr, 

Lansdowne, 

Mainland, 

Schwenkville, 

Ambler, 



Connty and State. 
Chester, Pa. 
Montgomery, Pa. 
Delaware, Pa. 
Montgomery, Pa. 
Cumberland, Md. 
Montgomery, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 



Lycoming, Pa. 

N.J. 

Montgomery, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 

Delaware. 
Chester, Pa. 
Montgomery, Pa. 
Berks, Pa. 
Lebanon, Pa. 
Montgomery, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 
Montgomery, Pa. 



County and State. 
Bucks, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 
Montgomery, Pa. 
Delaware, Pa. 
Montgomery, Pa. 



WEST CHESTER STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. 



iVanie. 
Allison, Anna C, 
Andrews, Mildred M., 
Arbogast, Elsie B., 
Arnold, Ida M., 
Ashenfelter, Mabel, 
Aspril, Frances, 
Atkinson, Mary B., 
Badger, Ethel W., 
Baily, Helen J., 
Baker, Florence V., 
Baker, Hanna J., 
Baldwin, Anna R., 
Baldwin, Elsie, 
Baldwin, Ida, 
Bamdt, Sallie H.. 
Barnes, Edith M., 
Barnes, Katherine, 
Baum, Mary A., 
Bell, Agnes, 
Bell, Lillian, 
Bell, Susan, 
Bennett, Emma A., 
Bentley, Florence J., 
Bernheisel, Edith E., 
Bertolet, Emma Y., 
Beyerle, Ida E., 
Bicking, LilHe L., 
Bicking, Tillie L,., 
Bingaman, Elizabeth B. 
Bishop, Dorothy R., 
Black, Caroline, 
Black, M. Roberta, 
Blackburn, Carrie J., 
Blair, Jeanuette E., 
Bock, Elizabeth R., 
Boileau, Ada Q., 
Bordner, Dora, 
Bowers, Myra, 
Bowman, Mary E., 
Brcndell, Jane T., 
Brook, Martha A., 
Brosius, F^steila S., 
Brubaker, Mary S., 
Brunuabcnd, I'Usic, 
Bruuucr, Lillian, 



Post Oe&ce. County and State. 

Ridgway, Elk, Pa. 

I Ophelia st., Pittsburg, Allegheny, Pa. 

132 S. Fifth St., AUeutown, Lehigh, Pa. 



Burlington, 

Oaks, 

Odessa, 

Doylestown, 

West Chester, 

Derbydown, 

Malvern, 

Lima, 

West Chester, 



West Virginia. 
Montgomery, Pa. 
Delaware. 
Bucks, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 



Delaware, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 



Delaware Water Gap, Monroe, Pa. 
Souderton, Montgomery, Pa. 

1112 G'd View ave., Scrauton, Lack'a, Pa. 



West Chester, 

Willow Grove, 

Marysville, 

Keermoor, 

Marysville, 

West Chester, 

Chester, 

Green Park, 

Pughtowu, 

Bernville, 

Russellville, 
it 

Coventryville, 

Snow Hill, 

Hatboro, 

Glasgow, 

Ailston, 

S. River St., Wilkcsbarre, Luzerne, Pa. 



Chester, Pa. 
Montgomery, Pa. 
Perry, Pa. 
Clearfield, Pa. 
Perry, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 
Delaware, Pa. 
Perry, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 
Berks, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 



Maryland. 
Montgomery', Pa. 
Delaware. 
York, Pa. 



New Ringgold, 

Southampton, 

Lickdalc, 

Hopewell, 

Downingtown, 

Ridgway, 

Pottstown, 

Rauchtown, 

Lexington, 

Phfcnixvillc, 

Reinholds, 



Schuylkill, Pa. 
Bucks, Pa. 
Lebanon, Pa. 
Bedford, Pa. 
Chester, "' 
Elk, 

Montgomery, Pa. 
Clinton, Pa. 
Lancaster, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 
Lancaster, Pa. 







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WEST CHESTER STATE NORMAI, SCHOOI,. 



Name. 

Buchanan, Margaret W., 
Bullock, Lillian M., 
Bullock, Rachel G., 
Burg, Daisy E., 
Burke, Mary V., 
Burnley, Elsie, 
Buzby, Ella H., 
Byers, Bessie, 
Calwell, Bessie G., 
Cappeau, Sara D., 
Carey, M. Lela, 
Carr, Q. Ethel, 
Carskadon, Rebecca, 
Cassell, Effie, 
Caulfield, Grace, 
Chambers, Elsie M., 
Chandler, Carrie C, 
Chandler, Ethel, 
Chandler, Florence S. , 
Chandler, Gertrude H., 
Chase, Florence J., 
Christ, Laura C, 
Chrisman, Ethel M., 
Church, Retta, 
Clarke, Rachel, 
Clayton, Mary H., 
Cleary, Rose M., 
Cloud, Mary R., 
Cloud, Hanna M., 
Cochran, F. Grace, 
Conley, Emma G., 
Cooper, Florence E. , 
Cope, Elizabeth D., 
Cornish, Amelia H., 
Cramer, Ruth A., 
Crawford, Hilda C, 
Cressman, Alma, 
Cressman, Anna S., 
Cronin, Anna P., 
Crouse, Anna M., 
Custer, Rebecca T., 
Cur tin, Margaret A., 
Cuthbert, Anna H., 
Davis, Clara E., 
Davis, Elizabeth S., 



Post O&ce. 

Millerstown, 
Kemblesville, 

Wrightsville, 

Carbondale, 

Garrettford, 

Moorestown, 

Edgmont, 

New Hope, 

Brandywine Summit, 

Lumberville, 

N. Y. City, 159 W. 8oth, 

Headsville, 

Lafayette Hill, 

Enon Valley, 

West Chester, 

Union ville, 

159 Meehan avenue, 

Unionville, 

New Castle, 

Cressona, 

Coventryville, 

Moosic, 

Newtown, 

Southampton, 

Mahanoy City, 

Kennett Square, 

Leonard, 

West Chester, 

Rosemont, 

Green Park, 

West Chester, 

Tobyhanna, 

Warren, 

Clifton Heights, 

Richland Centre, 

Sumneytown, 

Locksley, 

Cupola, 

Colwyn, 

Dunmore, 

Ridgway, 

Sadsburjrville, 

Chadd's Ford, 



County and State. 

Perry, Pa. 

Chester, Pa. 
(( (I 

York, 

Lackawanna, Pa. 
Delaware, Pa. 
New Jersey. 
Delaware, Pa. 
Clearfield, Pa. 
Delaware, Pa. 
Bucks, Pa. 
New York. 
West Virginia. 
Montgomery, Pa. 
Lawrence, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Chester, Pa. 
(I <i 

Delaware. 

Schuylkill, Pa. 

Chester, Pa. 

Lackawanna, Pa. 

Bucks, Pa. 
II II 

Schuylkill, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 



Montgomery, Pa. 
Perry, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 
Monroe, Pa. 
Warren, Pa. 
Delaware, Fa. 
Bucks, Pa. 
Montgomery, Pa. 
Delaware, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 
Delaware, Pa. 
Lycoming, Pa. 
Elk, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 
Delaware, Pa. 



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WEST CHESTER STATE NORMAI. SCHOOI,. 



Name. 

Davis, Elsie T., 
Davis, Florence S., 
Davis, Iva K., 
Davis, Jessie K., 
Davis, Louisa, 
DeCoursey, Etta L,., 
DeLaney, Margaret E., 
Diven, May J., 
Doak, Caroline P., 
Doane, Frances M., 
DuBois, A. Edith, 
DuBois, May, 
Dugan, Blanche, 
Dunne, Helen A., 
Dunn, Lillian M., 
Dunn, Mabel G., 
Durboraw, Margaret, 
Dutton, M. Augusta, 
Dutton, Grace E., 
Eachus, Marian F., 
Edris, Carrie E, 
Edwards, Gertrude E., 
Fvlliott, Florence, 
Ely, Alice v., 
Emhardt, May, 
Endicott, Anna W., 
Endicott, Minnie B., 
Endicott, Lily C, 
Enfield, Helen, 
England, Mary C, 
Entrekin, Greta M., 
Evans, Elizabeth M., 
Eves, Anna H., 
Eves, Margaret A., 
Faddis, Grace, 
Fairlamb, Florence H., 
Feaster, Agnes M., 
Feaster, Beatrice, 
Fegley, Sadie J., 
Fell, Ruth L, 
F'erman, Esther R., 
Ferron, Gertrude, 
Few, Anna L., 
Fleck, Margaret B. , 
Fleming, Katherinc D. 



Post Of&ce. 

Phcenixville, 
West Chester, 

Narcissa, 

Drifton, 

Hartsville, 

Williamsport, 836 High 

Norristown, 

Wallingford, 

Coatesville, 

Paulsboro, 

Southampton, 

Collingdale, 

Wilkesljarre, 

Valley Forge, 

Bryn Mawr, 

Fllwyn, 

Willow Grove, 

Newtown Square, 

West Chester, 

Fredericksburg, 

Faggs Manor, 

Modena, 

3435 N. 2ISt St., 

32 Harvey St., Germ'tn 

Paoli, 



Delta, 

Paulsboro, 

West Chester, 

Carlisle, 

New London, 

Paoli, 

West Chester, 

Blair, 

3427 N. 19th St., 
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Providence Square, 

Carversville, 

Media, 

West Chester, 
i< << 

Springhouse, 
New London, 



County and State. 
Chester, Pa. 



Montgomery, Pa. 

Luzerne, Pa. 

Bucks, Pa. 

St., Lycoming, Pa. 

Montgomery, Pa. 

Delaware, Pa. 

Chester, Pa. 

New Jersey. 

Bucks, Pa. 

Delaware, Pa. 

Luzerne, Pa. 

Chester, Pa. 

Montgomery, Pa. 

Delaware, Pa. 

Montgomery, Pa. 

Delaware, Pa. 

Chester, Pa. 

Lebanon, Pa. 

Chester, Pa. 
II II 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
II <t 

Chester, Pa. 



York, Pa. 
New Jersey. 
Chester, Pa. 
Cumberland, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 



New Jersey. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
II 11 

Montgomery, Pa. 

Bucks, Pa. 

Delaware, Pa. 

Chester, Pa. 
II 11 

Montgomery, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 



WEST CHESTER STATE NORMA!. SCHOOI,. 



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Name. 
Fletcher, Charlotte, 
Fletcher, M. Victoria, 
Fogg, Elizabeth W. , 
Fosnacht, Sadie A., 
Freas, Lillian E., 
Frederick, Edith G., 
Fretz, IdaE., 
Fries, Cora M., 
Furness, Mabel, 
Gallagher, Elizabeth H. 
Gardner, Mary A., 
Garess, Nellie Z., 
Garrett, Maude F., 
Garrett, Priscilla W., 
Gates, Mabel G., 
Gause, A. Leah, 
George, Dahney E., 
Gifford, Alice M., 
Gilfether, Cora, 
Goebel, Laura M., 
Good, Maude E., 
Gordon, Nellie I., 
Gotwals, Mary G., 
Gray, Bertha P., 
Greenlee, Cecelia M., 
Griffith, Alice F., 
Griffith, Eliza H., 
Grosch, Helen A., 
Gross, Esther F., 
Grove, Mary B., 
Guthrie, Florence M. , 
Gyger, Helen, 
Gyger, Elsie H., 
Haegele, Jennie T., 
Haines, Emily I., 
Hall, Anna L., 
Haley, Elizabeth B., 
Halsey, Caroline O., 
Hammond, Jennie L., 
Haring, Beula E., 
Hanna, Alice, 
Harding, Grace B., 
Harr, Emma W., 
Harrison, Olive A., 
Harvey, Ethel, 



Post omce. 

1507 Poplar St. 



County and State. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Salem, New Jersey, 

Lickdale, Lebanon, Pa. 

Plymouth Meeting, Montgomery, Pa. 

815 Monroe St., Wilmington, Delaware. 



Plumsteadville, 

St. Peters, 

West Chester, 

Johusville, 

York Springs, 

West Conshohocken, 

West Chester, 

White Horse, 

Coalport, 

New Providence, 

Cherokee, 

Farmington, 

Wyoming, 

Glen Mills, 

Bartville, 



Bucks, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 

Bucks, Pa. 
Adams, Pa. 
Montgomery, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 

Clearfield, Pa. 
Lancaster, Pa, 
North Carolina. 
Maryland. 
Luzerne, Pa. 
Delaware, Pa. 
Lancaster, Pa. 



2021 Sylvan ave., McKeesport, Alleg'y, Pa. 
Phoenixville, Chester, Pa. 

Linwood, Delaware, Pa. 

Penn's Manor, Bucks, Pa. 

Wyalusing. Bradford, Pa. 



Wernersville, 

Doylestown, 

Muddy Creek Forks, 

Downingtown, 

Kimberton, 
(I 

2222 Mt. Vernon st., 

Yardley, 

Pomeroy, 

West Chester, 

Boothwyn, 

Upland, 

French town. 

West Chester, 

Duffryn Mawr, 

Sellersville, 

Hulmeville, 

West Chester, 



Berks, Pa. 
Bucks, Pa. 
York, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 



Philadelphia, Pa. 
Bucks, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 

Delaware, Pa. 
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New Jersey. 
Chester, Pa. 
(( ■< 

Bucks, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 



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WEST CHESTER STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. 



A'ame. 
Harvey, Helen, 
Har\ey, Man.- J., 
Hatton, G. Mabel, 
Hause, Elizabeth, 
Heacock, Sidney H., 
Heberling, Jean, 
Heck, Elizabeth, 
Heckman, Elsie M., 
Heller, Mar>- E., 
Henn,-, Margaretta A., 
Henry May A., 
Hey bum, Jennie T., 
Hindenach, Gertrude, 
Hoffman, Iva B., 
Hohl, Bertha R., 
Hohlstein, Alice T., 
Hollingsworth, Mary K., 
Holman, Sara A., 
Hoopes, Adele, 
Hopkins, Man,- E., 
Horn, Anna E., 
Horn, Helen M., 
Howe, Mildred K., 
Hudson, Alice, 
Hughes, Bessie R., 
Hughes, Cora E., 
Hunsinger, Maude L., 
Hutton, Margaret \V., 
Ifill, Mary M., 
Ingram, Emily W., 
Ingram, Harriet G., 
Irey, Helen C, 
Isett, Emma B., 
Jackson, Edith M., 
Jackson, Florence L., 
Jackson, Iva L., 
Jacob, Elizabeth, 
James, Anna P., 
Jamison, Abbie K., 
Jarrett, Ada F., 
Johnson. Elvira S., 
Jones, Charlotte P., 
Kaisinger, Elsie M., 
Kcenan, Mabel L., 
Keller, KathrynJ., 



Post oesce. 

West Chester, 

Ambler, 

Cochran\nlle, 

West Chester, 

Lima, 

Lehighton, 

Coatesville, 

All en town, 

Elimsport, 

Oaks, 

Paulina, 

Ward, 

Three Tuns, 

West Whiteland, 

Brockport, 

Cain, 

Fallston, 

Park erf ord, 

Sycamore Mills, 

Upland, 

Doylestown, 

Allentown, 

Scranton,iio2 Mulberry 

Leonard, 

ElkN-iew, 

Willistown Inn, 

Colley, 

Wilson, 

72 Washington Lane, 

729 X. i6th St., 

Ward, 

West Chester, 

Pottstown, 

West Chester, 

Unionville, 

Cain, 

West Grove, 

Glen Mills, 

Jamison, 

Oaks, 

West Chester, 

927 N. I2th St., 
Wyebrooke, 
Muddy Creek Fork, 



County and State. 
Chester, Pa. 
Montgomery, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 

Delaware, Pa. 
Carbon, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 
Lehigh, Pa. 
Lycoming, Pa. 
Montgomery, Pa. 
Oregon, 
Delaware, Pa. 
Montgomery-, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 
Elk, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 
Maryland. 
Chester, Pa. 
Delaware, Pa. 

Bucks, Pa. 
Lehigh, Pa. 
St. , Lackawanna, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 



Sullivan, Pa. 
Allegheny, Pa. 
Philad'a, Pa. 
Philad'a, Pa. 
Delaware, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 
Montgomerj-, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 



Delaware, Pa. 
Bucks, Pa. 
Montgomery, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 

Philad'a, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 
York, Pa. 



WEST CHESTER STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. 



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Name. 
Kelly, Anna C, 
Kelly, Mary C, 
Kepler, Agnes, 
Kerrigan, Barbara C, 
Ketterer, Irene M , 
Keylor, Rena F., 
King, Elizabeth M., 
Kunkle, Lotta, 
Laird, Roberta, 
Lambert, Bessie, 
La Rue, Jennie R., 
Laubach, Lillie M., 
Leichliter, Clara, 
Lentz, Naomi, 
Lesser, Mary, 
Lewis, Mary B , 
Lenhardt, Viola, 
Liggett, Katherine M., 
Light, Elizabeth M., 
Lilley, Edna J., 
Lord, Jennie L., 
Loughridge, Mary J., 
Loughry, Cora D., 
Love, Blanche, 
Love, Lydia, 
Lovett, Violet, 
Loy, Bella M., 
Loy, Sara, 
Lucas, Anabel C, 
Lukens, Nellie R., 
Lynch, Nora, 
MacElree, Mary E., 
MarFarlan, Mary E., 
Manley, May, 
Mansel, Anna, 
March, Alma L., 
Markley, Marj- A., 
Marshall, Elizabeth A., 
Marshall, Gertrude E., 
Martin, A. Leila, 
Martin, Mary A., 
Mason, Ethel V., 
Matchette, Sophia S., 
Mathues, Sara S., 
Matson, Nellie C, 



Po8t OfG.ce. 

New Hope, 

Concordville, 

Carversville, 

7110 Germantown Ave. 

Revere, 

Uwchlan, 

2 1 14 Ontario St., 

Lewisberr}-, 

West Chester, 

Bethlehem, 

Hulmeville, 

Durham, 

Kintnersville, 

Mauch Chunk, 

Upper Lehigh, 

Gwynedd, 

All port, 

West Chester, 

Chester, 

Newark, 

Garrettford, 

Catasauqua, 

Uniontown, 

New Castle, 

Downingtown, 

Tullytown, 

Loysville, 

1611 N. I2th St., 
Cynwyd, 
West Chester, 

Valley Forge, 

West Chester, 

Shenandoah, 

West Chester, R. D. i, 

Norristown, 

Newtown, 

Lin wood Station, 

West Grove, 

Lyndell, 

Chrome, 

Catasauqua, 

West Chester, 

Brook ville. 



County and State. 
Bucks, Pa. 
Delaware, Pa. 
Bucks, Pa. 
Philad'a, Pa. 
Bucks, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 
Philad'a, Pa. 
York, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 
Northampton, Pa. 
Bucks, Pa. 



Carbon, Pa. 
Luzerne, Pa. 
Montgomery, Pa. 
Clearfield, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 
Delaware, Pa. 
Delaware. 
Delaware, Pa. 
Lehigh, Pa. 
Fayette, Pa. 
Lawrence, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 
Bucks, Pa. 
Perry, Pa. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Montgomery, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 



Schuylkill, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 
Montgomery, Pa. 
Bucks, Pa. 
Delaware, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 



Lehigh, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 
Jefferson, Pa. 



14 



WEST CHKSTER STATK NORMAL SCHOOL. 



Name. 

Mauger, S. lola, 
Maule, Ada E., 
Maule, Sara, 
McCahan, Anna R. , 
McCandless, Margaret P., 
McCarthy, Bertha K., 
McCaughan, Hetty S., 
McCausland, Bertha L., 
McClees, Mary M., 
McClellau, Isabel C., 
McCoUum, Olive M., 
McCurdy, Rachel A., 
McDonald, Anna H., 
McFarland, Florence S., 
McFarland, Gertrude F., 
McFarland, S. Agnes, 
McGinn, Bertha M., 
McGonigle, Mary B., 
McGovern, Margaret E., 
Mcllheuny, Sara, 
McKeon, Essie A., 
McMuUin, Mabel, 
Mecredy, Mary F., 
Mensch, Ethel T., 
Meredith, Emma L., 
Meredith, May E., 
Meredith, R. Emma, 
Mershou, Leola A., 
Metcalf, Ethel M., 
Metlar, Mary J., 
Meyers, Florence L., 
Meyers, Edith K., 
Middleton, May A., 
Miller, Bertha E., 
Miller, I^ctitia G., 
Miller, Lillian B., 
Miller, Lillian S., 
Miller, M. Iva, 
Miller, R. Grace, 
Miller, Sara C, 
Mock, Carrie E., 
Mohr, Carrie E., 
Monahau, Margaret F., 
Moore, Alice T., 
Moore, Elizabeth D., 



Post OfSce. 

Marsh, 

Lenover, 

Bristol, 

1534 S. Broad street, 

Moylan, 

PhcEnixville, 

Philadelphia, 

Lyndell, 

612 N. 37th street, 

Coatesville, 

West Conshohocken, 

Gladwyue, 

Avondale, 

West Chester, 

Aston Mills, 

New Castle, 

Brockport, 

Oak Lane, 

Newark, 

Glasgow, 

Camden, 

Magnolia, 

Glenloch, 

Doylestown, 

Ex ton, 

Peuu's Manor, 

West Chester, 

Doylestown, 

Marshallton, 

Danboro, 

Penn's Manor, 

Coal Valley, 

Upland, 

Glen Moore, 

Rockwood, 

Lionvillc, 

Coal Valley, 

Line Lexington, 

Jeddo, 

Quakertown, 

Tower City, 

Pittsburg, 

Radnor, 



County and State. 

Chester, Pa. 

Bucks, Pa. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Delaware, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 
Pennsylvania. 
Chester, Pa. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 
Montgomery, Pa. 

Chester, Pa. 



Delaware, Pa. 
Delaware. 
Elk, Pa. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Delaware. 

New Jersey. 
Delaware. 
Chester, Pa. 
Bucks, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 
Bucks, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 



Bucks, Pa. 
11 II 

Allegheny, Pa. 
Delaware, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 
Somerset, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 
Allegheny, Pa. 
Bucks, Pa. 
Luzerne, Pa. 
Bucks, Pa. 
vSchuylkill, Pa. 
Allegheny, Pa. 
Delaware, Pa. 



WEST CHESTER STATE NORMAI, SCHOOI,. 



15 



Name. 

Moore, Sylvia I,., 
Moran, Mary A., 
Morgans, Agnes M., 
Morris, Lillian P., 
Morrison, Jane C, 
Mowery, Pearl E., 
Murray, Armine N., 
Needham, Lillian M., 
Neeman, Clara C, 
Nichols, Carrie A., 
Nields, Josephine O., 
Nyce, Mary A., 
Osborne, Elizabeth, 
Osmond, A. May, 
Painter, Emma H.. 
Patterson, May, 
Parke, Elizabeth M., 
Peirce, EUaM., 
Peirce, Mary B., 
Phalen, Cecilia A., 
Phalen, Mary E., 
Philips, Elma M., 
Philips, Sara E., 
Pinkerton, Mary A., 
Plank, Rachael A., 
Plank, Ethel B., 
Poley, Helen C, 
Pross, Bertha M., 
Pyle, Stella, 
Raezer, Helen I., 
Rambo, Delia W., 
Ranck, Martha L., 
Rapp, Idella, 
Raysor, Elizabeth F., 
Read, Lowerry M., 
Reazer, Mabel E., 
Reese, Bessie M., 
Reeves, Gertrude H., 
Reynolds, Mary L,., 
Richards, Keturah, 
Ridgway, Bessie T., 
Riggs, Emma L., 
Robbing, Anna T., 
Roberts, Katie A., 
Rogers, Mary 1,., 



Post OfSce. 

Middletown, 

Plains, 

Wilkesbarre, 

Scranton, 

Carbondale, 

1521 Emily St., 

King of Prussia, 

Coatesville, 

Ambler, 

West Chester, 

Schwenkville, 

Media, 

Cochranville, 

Northbrooke, 

Wilkesbarre, 

Parkesburg, 

Cain, 

Edgmont, 

Brandy Camp, 

Font, 

West Chaster, 

Atglen, 

Morgantown, 

Christiana, 

Norristown, 

Warrington, 

West Chester, 

Cheyney, 

Phoenixville, 

Supplee, 

Durham, 

Malvern, 

Clearfield, 

Sayre, 

Burnt Cabins, 

Clarksboro, 

Fremont, 

Plymouth, 

Swedesboro, 

600 S. 48th St., 

Morrisville, 

Blue Bell, 

Trooper, 



County and State. 

Delaware. 

Luzerne, Pa. 
If ( ( 

Lackawanna, Pa. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Montgomery, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 
Montgomery, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 

Montgomery, Pa. 

Delaware, Pa. 

Chester, Pa. 
It II 

Luzerne, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 
f I II 

Delaware, Pa. 

Elk, Pa. 
II II 

Chester, Pa. 
II i< 
II II 

Berks, Pa. 

Lancaster, Pa. 

Montgomery, Pa. 

Bucks, Pa. 

Chester, Pa. 

Delaware, Pa. 

Chester, Pa. 
II II 

Bucks, Pa, 
Chester, Pa. 
Clearfield, Pa. 
Bradford, Pa. 
Fulton, Pa. 
New Jersey. 
Chester, Pa. 
Luzerne, Pa. 
New Jersey. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Bucks, Pa. 
Montgomery, Pa. 



z6 



WKST CHESTER STATE NORMAI, SCHOOL. 



Name. 

Rosenberger, Annette, 
Rosser, Ceridwen, 
Roth, Addie Z., 
Rushong, Frances D., 
Saukey, Bessie, 
Saunders, Grace, 
Saunders, Florence E., 
Savaga, Anna E., 
Schaffer, Sallie J., 
Schmucker, Winifred, 
Scull, Mary N., 
Seltzer, Anna M., 
Sensenig, Elizabeth F.. 
Seyler, L. Felicia, 
Shaeffer, Sue B., 
Sharp, Mary L., 
Sharp, Jessie W., 
Sheehy, Anna G., 
Shelling. Ruth E., 
Sheneman, M. Erma, 
Short, Lena S., 
Simmers, Ella P., 
Simons, Abigail D., 
Sipes, Stella, 
Skinner, Nan, 
Smedley, Anna, 
Smedley, Bessie, 
Smedley, Nellie, 
Smith, Alphia F., 
Smith, Cecil E., 
Smith, Flora J., 
Smith, A. Letitia, 
Smith, Mattie M., 
Suavely, Sara C, 
Speakman, Elsie H., 
Speaknian, Ethel B., 
Speakman, Florence, 
Speaknian, Mary L,., 
Speakman, Maude, 
Spiese, Laura M., 
Stauffer, Florence E., 
Stecker, Mabel E., 
Stephens, Carrie B., 
Stratton, Rose M., 
Strauss, Eva C, 



Post 0£Sce. 

Deprun, 

Kingston, 

Quakertown, 

Trappe, 

Belleville, 

West Chester, 

Cumberland, 104 

Manoa, 

Washington. 664 

Altoona, 

Olyphant, 

Orwigsburg, 

Goodville, 

lyuthersburg, 

Norristown, 

West Chester, 



County and State. 

Bucks, Pa. 

Luzerne, Pa. 

Bucks, Pa. 

Montgomery, Pa. 

Mifflin, Pa. 

Chester, Pa. 
Bedford St., Maryland. 

Delaware, Pa. 
ESt.,N.E.,Dist. Columbia. 

Blair, Pa. 

Lackawanna, Pa. 

Schuylkill, Pa. 

Lancaster, Pa. 

Clearfield, Pa. 

Montgomery, Pa. 

Chester, Pa. 



Whitford, 

Alleutown,374 Union St. 

Anselma, 

Milford, 

Phoenixville, 

Aldan, 

McConnellsburg, 

Glasgow, 

Fulton House, 

West Chester, 

New Castle, 
West Chester, 
Collamer, 
Kemblesville, 
Hoyt, 
Lebanon, 
Westtown, 
West Chester, 

14 It 

Embreeville, 
West Chester, 
Pottstown, 
Boyertown, 
Mt. Carmel, 
Seelyville, 
Paulsboro, 
Sayre, 



, Lehigh, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 
Delaware. 
Chester, Pa. 
Delaware, Pa. 
Fulton, Pa. 
Delaware. 
Lancaster, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 

Delaware. 
Chester. Pa. 



Montgomery, Pa. 
Lebanon, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 



Montgomery, Pa. 
Berks, Pa. 
Northumberrd,Pa. 
Wayne, Pa. 
New Jersey. 
Bradford, Pa. 



WEST CHESTER STATE NORMAL SCHOOI,. 



17 



Name. 

Strieby, Clara, 
Strong, Elnora, 
Struthers, Rachel P., 
Surver, Bertha, 
Swartley, Minerva, 
Swift, B. Muriel, 
Tanner, N. Roberta, 
Taylor, Lidie I., 
Taylor, Martha, 
Taylor, Nettie, 
Taylor, May B., 
Thompson, Helen R., 
Thompson, Elizabeth S., 
Thompson, lyulu A., 
Thomas, Rebecca B., 
Toman, Bessie M., 
Tomlinson, Bertha M., 
Tonkin, Vivian S., 
Tricker, Adele, 
Truax, Katherine M., 
Truax, Katherine R., 
Truax, Mary E., 
Tumlia, Elizabeth F., 
Tustin, Dora M., 
Vandegrift, Kathryn A., 
Vandegrift, Lidie L., 
Vandegrift, Zenaide, 
Vandling, Nellie M., 
Walker, Bertha, 
Walker, Emma C, 
Walker, Mary K., 
Walton, Mary Y., 
Warner, Iva B., 
Watkins, Elizabeth T., 
Weaver, Lillian M., 
Weand, Agnes H., 
Weand, Mabel N., 
Webb, Mary B., 
Webb, V. Clare, 
Weber, Alice R., 
Weber, Emma W., 
Webster, C. Evalyn, 
Wells, Amy S., 
Weylman, Elizabeth C, 
Wier, Mary E., 



Post OMce. 

Dushore, 

Jenningsville, 

Easton, 

Montandon, 

Colmar, 

411 N. 32d St., 

Edgwood, 

Kennett Square, 

2214 S. Broad St., 

Lansdowne, 

Schuylkill Haven, 

Rising Sun, 

Towanda, 

Malvern, 

New Castle, 

Hallowell, 

Grant, 

Media, 

Renova, 

Middletown, 
(I 

Farmington, 

Chester Springs, 

Dolington, 

Ambler, 

Bridgewater, 

Wilkesbarre, 

West Chester, 

Phoenixville, 

Ivy land, 

Woodsmont, 

Malvern , 

Johnstown, 

Hartsville, 

New Hanover, 

Sumneytown, 

Delta, 

Reedsville, 

Lower Providence, 

Norristown, 

Glen Riddle, 

Exton, 

Kittanning, 

Wilmington, 



Connty and State. 

Sullivan, Pa. 
Wyoming, Pa. 
Northampton, Pa. 

Montgomery, Pa. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Montgomery, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Delaware, Pa. 
Schuylkill, Pa. 
Maryland. 
Bradford, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 
Delaware. 
Montgomery, Pa. 
Indiana, Pa. 
Delaware, Pa. 
Clinton, Pa. 
Delaware. 



Chester, Pa. 
Bucks, Pa. 
Montgomery, Pa. 
Bucks, Pa. 
Luzerne, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 

Bucks, Pa. 
Montgomery, Pa. 

Cambria, Pa. 
Bucks, Pa. 
Montgomery, Pa. 

York, Pa. 
Mifflin, Pa. 
Montgomery, Pa. 

Delaware, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 
Armstrong, Pa. 
Delaware. 



t8 



WE3T CHESTER STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. 



Name. 

White, Josie P., 
White, Lucy A., 
Whitely, Anna H., 
Whitson, Olive L., 
Wildman, Jennie D. , 
Wile, May S., 
Willard, Josephine W., 
Williams, Anna, 
Williams, Vallee L., 
Williamson, Mary E., 
Wilson, Alice M., 
Wilson, Anna, 
Wilson, Bertha 1,., 
Wilson, Ella L., 
Wilson, Gertrude C, 
Wilson, Nellie V., 
Wilson, Nettie, 
Wood, Elizabeth H., 
Wood, Leila M., 
Woodbury, Jennie T., 
Wright, Anna, 
Yarnall, Alice M., 
Yarnall, Sadie B., 
Yeatts, Stella T., 
Yerger, Bertha, 
Yerkes, Amy B., 
Yerkes, Ella R., 
Yerkes, Gertrude, 
Yerkes, Martha E., 
Young, Cidncy A., 
Ziegler, Helen D., 



Post Office. 

Bellefonte, 

Tom's River, 

New Hope, 

Ithaca, 

Oxford Valley, 

Telford, 

Lewes, 

Malvern, 

Abingtou, 

Marple, 

Wilson, 

West Chester, 
Oxford, 
West Chester, 
Flora Dale, 
Toby, 
Doe Run, 

Philad'a, 2605 N. 

Paintersville, 

Lima, 

Lenni, 

Glen Mills, 

Phcpnixville, 

Hatboro, 

Southampton, 

Berwyn, 
Glen Hall, 
Glenolden, 



County and State. 
Centre, Pa. 
New Jersey. 
Bucks, Pa. 
New York. 
Bucks, Pa. 
Montgomery, Pa. 
Delaware. 
Chester, Pa. 
Montgomery, Pa. 
Delaware, Pa. 
Allegheny, Pa. 

Chester, Pa. 

CI ( ( 

CI cc 

Adams, Pa. 
Clarion, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 

cc CI 

33d St., Philad'a, Pa. 
Mifflin, Pa. 
Delaware, Pa. 



Chester, Pa. 
Montgomery, Pa. 
Bucks, Pa. 

CI II 

Chester, Pa. 

C. II 

Delaware, Pa. 



UNDER -GRADUATES. 

GENTLEMEN. 



yame. 
Alderfer, Harry C, 
Alger, Hugh W., 
Allcni, David O., 
Allison, David B., 
Allison, Irvin S., 
Alvarez, Benito A., 
Araoz, Benjamin, 



I'ost Office. 

Harleysville, 

North Orwell, 

Ottsville, 

Belleville, 

Menuo, 

Havana, 



County and State. 
Montgomery, Pa. 
Bradford, Pa. 
Bucks, Pa. 
Mifflin, Pa. 

11 cc 

Cuba. 



WEST CHESTER STATE NORMAI. SCHOOI,, 



19 



Name. 

Atwell, D. Edward, 
Aungst, Milton H., 
Bachman, Clayton W., 
Bair, Lewis H., 
Baldwin, Herbert, 
Balthaser, Charles F., 
Bean, Harry G., 
Bechtel, Albert R., 
Bechtel, John C, 
Bechtel, John C, 
Beckley, Allen G., 
Benson, J. Fred, 
Black, Matthew B., 
Bone, Robert C, 
Booz, George V., 
Bressler, Calder B., 
Broomall, Aubrey L., 
Brown, Norris L., 
Brown, Robert W., 
Buchanan, Edgar W., 
Caminero, Enrique H., 
Caminero, Jose M., 
Campbell, James, 
Cardenas, Antonio, 
Cardenas, Carlos, 
Cardenas, Gonzalo, 
Carey, Alfred L., 
Castaneda, Enrique S., 
Castaneda, Mario, 
Cawley, John, 
Chandler, Allen G., 
Chalfont, George S., 
Cherry, T. C, 
Cope, Jesse K., Jr., 
Craven, Frank R., 
Cressman, John A., 
Cronin, James R., 
Cogan, Harry H., 
Darlington, H. Fontaine, 
Davis, Horace N., 
Davis, Joseph S., 
Davis, Milton Y. , 
Dengler, R. LeRoy, 
Dennis, Fred J., 
Diehm, Carl B., 



ost Of&ce. 


County and State, 


Townsend, 


Delaware. 


Reinholds, 


Lancaster, Pa. 


Palmyra, 


Lebanon, Pa. 


Sadsburyville, 


Chester, Pa. 


Berkley, 


California. 


Hamburg, 


Berks, Pa. 


Telford, 


Montgomery, Pa. 


Yerkes, 


II II 


Clayton, 


Berks, Pa. 


Bechtelville, 


Montgomery, Pa. 


Prescott, 


Lebanon, Pa, 


Austin, 


Potter, Pa. 


Avon, 


Lebanon, Pa. 


Thorndale, 


Chester, Pa. 


Roelofs, 


Bucks, Pa. 


21 Penna. Av., Atlantic City, N. J. 


Cheyney, 


Delaware, Pa. 


West Chester, 


Chester, Pa. 


2561 N. iSth St., 


Philadelphia. 


Thorndale, 


Chester, Pa. 


Santiago, 


Cuba. 

II 


Freeland, 


Luzerne, Pa. 


Jimulco (Coah), 
<< (< 


Mexico. 
II 


Havana, 


Cuba. 


Glenloch, 


Chester, Pa. 


Bejucal, 

(C 


Cuba. 
II 


Springtown, 


Bucks, Pa. 


Bethlehem, 


Northampton, Pa. 


Sadsburyville, 


Chester, Pa. 


Bowling Green, 


Kentucky. 


West Chester, 


Chester, Pa. 


Reading, 


Berks, Pa. 


Ivocksley, 


Delaware, Pa. 


New Britain, 


Bucks, Pa. 


West Chester, 


Chester, Pa. 


Clark's Green, 


Lackawanna, Pa. 


West Chester, 
It II 


Chester, Pa. 
<i II 


Mt. Pocono, 


Monroe, Pa. 


Boyd's Mills, 


Wayne, Pa. 


Honeybrook, 


Chester, Pa. 



WEST CHKSTKR STATE NORMA!. SCHOOL. 



iVaine. 
Dimock, Paul E., 
Doaue, Joseph A,, 
Dounelly, Frank A., 
Eachus, Norman T., 
Edwards, Edward E., 
Farr, Eri M. , 
Fenstermacher, Horace 
Fernandez., Juan, 
Flores, Gregorio, 
Forcey, Thomas H., 
Garvine, Andrew E., 
Gaston, Enrique, 
Gaston, Louis, 
Gayman, Paul S., 
Geist, J. Lawrence, 
Gerhardt, Howard L., 
Gifford, G. Belvin, 
Glenn, Harvey R.. 
Gonzales, Jose, 
Gotwals, J. Elmer, 
Graybill, Guy M., 
Green, 'Rulon J., 
Green, John H., 
Greiner, Albert H., 
Guie, Robert.M., 
Gunkle, Robinson K., 
Gutierrez, Robert, 
Gyger, John T., 
Hagenbuch, Frank E., 
Hagenbuch, William S. 
Harris, Garfield, 
Heiges, Walter C, 
Hellyer, George W., 
Henshaw, IrvinJ., 
Herzog, Kurt G., 
Hodgson, Krwin H., 
Hoff, William H., 
Hoffman, J. Harry, 
Hoffman, Vernon, 
Hoopes, Norman H., 
Howell, Edg»r C, 
James J. Evans, 
Johnson, Ashmore, 
Johnson, Ralph A., 
Johnson, Monroe M., 



Post oeSce. 

Le Raysville, 
West Chester, 
1734 N. 15th St., 
West Chester, 
Edwardsdale, 
Muncy, 
B. Gratersford, 
Santiago, 
Saltillo, 

Williams* Grove, 
Nantmeal Village, 
Havana, 

Doylestown, 

Fagleysville, 

Fountainville, 

Tuckerton, 

Cochranville, 

Guayama, 

Yerkes, 

E. Petersburg, 

West Chester, 

Mt. Alton, 

Zieglersville, 

Downiugtown, 

Port Kennedy, 

Lerdo Durango, 

Kimberton, 

Elimsport, 

Carverton, 

Dillsburg, 

Penn's Park, 

Honesdale, 

Mickleton, 

Coatesville, 

Perkasie, 

Frederick, 

West Whitcland, 

West Chester, 

Westtown, 

Berwyn, 

Exton, 

West Chester, 

Doylestown, 



County and State. 
Bradford, Pa. 
Che.cster, Pa. 
rhiladelphia. 
Chester, Pa. 
Luzerne, Pa. 
Lycoming, Pa. 
Montgomery, Pa. 
Cuba. 
Mexico. 
Clcarfield,'Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 
Cuba. 

Bucks, Pa. 

Montgomery, Pa. 
II II 

New Jersey. 
Chester, Pa. 
Porto Rico. 
Montgomery, Pa. 
Lancaster, nPa. 
Chester, Pa. 
McKean, Pa. 
Montgomery, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 
Montgomery, Pa. 
Mexico. 
Chester, Pa. 
Lycoming, Pa. 

II CI 

Luzerne, Pa. 
York, Pa. 
Bucks, Pa. 
Wayne, Pa. 
New Jersey. 
Chester, Pa. 
Bucks, Pa. 
Montgomery, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 



Bucks, Pa. 



WEST CHESTER STATE NORMA!, SCHOOI,. 



Name. 
Jones, J. Ralston, 
Kantz, Paul S,, 
Kaufman, Jay S., 
Kelso, H. Le Virt, 
Kirk, Russell H., 
Kline, Harvey W., 
Kranich, Jacob, 
Kratz, Irvin D., 
Kimble, John W., 
Lahr, J. Banks, 
I,e Crone, Charles A., 
Lewis, Paul Iv., 
Lichtenberger, Geo. W., 
Llewellyn, John C. 
Long, B. James, 
Long, Clarence D., 
Le Van, Herbert M., 
MacElree, J. Paul, 
March, Chester S. , 
Markley, Raymond M., 
Martin, Alvin M., 
Mauger, W. Stanley, 
McCrone, Rossiter M., 
McCullough, Milton L., 
McDonald, James M., 
McGray, John H., 
McGuiness, John, 
Mendenhall, Henderson M. 
Metz, Roy, 
Michener, Theodore, 
Molyneaux, John T., 
Molyneaux, D. Silas, 
Monahan, T. V., 
Moore, Franklin C, 
Moser, Archie A., 
Moser, J. Franklin. 
Moyer, A. Albert, 
Moyer, Samuel W. , 
Myers, Clifford, 
Myles, Walter C, 
Naylor, J. Hyatt, 
Penabez, Jose, 
Pennypacker, John Y., 
Pike, Isaac S., 
Pina, Raul, 



Post Office. 
West Chester, 
Patchinsville, 
N. Y. City, 244 W. 
Bell's Landing, 
Phoenixville, 
Gratersford, 
Norristown, 
Elroy, 

Mahanoy City, 
Millerstown, 
Weigelstown, 
New Millport, 
Red Lion, 
Chester Springs. 
King-of- Prussia, 
Tray more, 
Penbrooke, 
West Chester, 
Uwchlan, 
Mainland, 
Northbrook, 
Marsh, 
Middletown, 
Broomall, 
Avondale, 
West Leesport, 
West Chester, 
, Mendenhall. 
AUensville, 
Gardenville, 
Mill view, 
Millview, 
Zerbe, 
Malvern, 
Artz, 



County and State. 
Chester, Pa. 
Clearfield, Pa. 
ii2th St., New York. 
Clearfield, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 
Montgomery, Pa. 



Schuylkill, Pa. 
Perry, Pa. 
York, Pa. 
Clearfield, Pa. 
York, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 
Montgomery, Pa. 
Bucks, Pa. 
Dauphin, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 

Montgomery, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 

Delaware. 
Delaware, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 
Berks, Pa. 

Chester, Pa. 

II II 

Mifflin, Pa. 

Bucks, Pa, 

Sullivan, Pa. 
i( << 

Schuylkill, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 
Schuylkill, Pa. 



15th & Erie Av. , Philadelphia, Pa. 

Blooming Glen, Bucks, Pa. 
Williamsport, 331 LouisaSt., Lycoming, Pa. 

Edwardsdale, Luzerne, Pa. 

Summit, New Jersey. 

Santiago, Cuba. 

Chester Springs, Chester, Pa. 

Media, Delaware, Pa. 

Matanzas, Cuba. 



WEST CHESTER STATE NORMAI< SCHOOI,. 



Name. 
Pina, Florentine, 
Pownall, Joseph D., 
Reading, Claude P., 
Reyes, Cecilio T., 
Ruth, Wm. F., 
Rufe, Edgar J., 
Ryan, Watson A., 
Ryan, Howard M., 
Schlotterer, George K., 
Scholl, J. Morris, 
Sharpless, Willard, 
Shortlidge, Ernest L., 
Shortlidge, Raphael J., 
Shortlidge, E. Wharton, 
Shoener, Bird C, 
Smith, DeLeon F., 
Smith, H. Ross, 
Smith, Ralph A., 
SmuUing, A. Morgan, 
Sones, John E., 
Spangler, John J., 
Sproat, Elric S., 
Staiiffer, Willis W., 
Stellwagon, George H., 
Stever, Francis, 
Stine, John F., 
Stiteler, Chester A., 
Strohl, James M., 
Suarez, Sergio, 
Supplee, Samuel W., 
Supplee, Walter K., 
Taylor, Thomas L,-, 
Tressler, Ray K., 
Troxel, Elwin;R., 
Tyson, Howard P., 
Valiente, Jose M., 
Velar, Ventura, 
Waclc,' Francis W., 
Walter, Eugene, 
Walters, William H., 
Wanner, Abram I., 
Webster, Warren, 
Weber, J. Stroude, 
Williams, Edgar J., 
Williams, R, Lloyd, 



Post oeSce. 

Matanzas, 

Christiana, 

Pineville, 

San Sabastian, 

Kulpsville, 

Revere, 

West Chester, 

Allentown, 

Telford, 

Darling 

Kennett Square, 

Kennelt Square, 

Landenburg, 

Orwigsburg, 

Towanda, 

Media, 

Windsor, 

Quakertown, 

Hegins, 

Tusseyville, 

Westtown, 

Weigelstown, 

Markham, 

Springtown, 

Lionville, 

Uwchlau, 

Aquashicola, 

Havana, 

West Chester, 

(I i( 

Westtown, 

Malta, 

Jonestown, 

Collegeville, 

Santiago, 

Havana, 

Mainland, 

West Chester, 

Richland Centre, 

Areola, 

Ercildoun, 

Lower Providence, 

Edwardsdale, 

Ausouville, 



County and State. 

Cuba. 

Lancaster, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 
Porto Rico. 
Montgomery, Pa. 
Bucks, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 

Lehigh, Pa. 
Montgomery, Pa. 
Delaware, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 



Schuylkill, Pa. 
Bradford, Pa. 
Delaware, Pa. 
York, Pa. 
Bucks, Pa. 
Schuylkill, Pa. 
Centre, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 
York, Pa. 
Delaware, Pa. 
Bucks, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 

Carbon, Pa. 
Cuba. 
Chester, Pa. 



Northumbcrl'd, Pa. 
Lebanon, Pa. 
Montgomery, Pa. 
Cuba. 
Cuba. 

Montgomery, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 
Bucks, Pa. 
Montgomery, Pa. 
Chester, Pa. 
Montgomery, Pa. 
Luzerne, Pa. 
Clearfield, Pa. 



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Name. 

Willis, Mark, 
Wilson, Charles W., 
Wilson, Glenn, 
Windle, W. Butler, 
Whitehead, Mortimer C, 
Yoder, William. F,, 
Young, William A., 
Young, S. Rolls, 
Zarfos, John H., 
Zarfos, L. Norman, 
Ziegler, Samuel H., 
Zulich, J. Don, 



Post Omce. 

Wilmington, 
West Chester, 



County and State, 
Delaware. 
Chester, Pa. 



Lincoln City, Delaware. 

Hegins, Schuylkill, Pa. 

N. Y. City, 177 St. JamesPlace, New York. 
Coatesville, Chester, Pa. 

Red L,iou, York, Pa. 



Reading, 
Orwigsburg, 



Berks, Pa. 
Schuylkill, Pa. 






RECAPITULATION OF STUDENTS. 



Number during first term, 604 

*' " second term, 636 

Total number of students, ...---_. 1240 

Number in attendance both terms, ------ 545 

Number of different students during the year, ... - y^i 

'* " ladies during the year, - - . . giy 

" " gentlemen during the year, - - - - 214 

Special students, not catalogued, ------ 15 

Pennsylvania (representing 45 counties), ----- 670 

California, i China, 3 

Delaware, - - - - 23 Cuba, ----- 16 

Kentucky, . . - - i Mexico, 4 

Maryland, - - - - 6 Porto Rico, - - - - 2 

New Jersey, - - - - 15 

North Carolina, - - - i 

New York, - - - - 4 

Oregon, - - - - i 

Washington, - - - - i 

West Virginia, - - - 2 



24 WEST CHESTER STATE NORMAI. SCHOOI.. 



Courses of Study for Pennsylvania 
State Normal Schools. 



Adopted Nov. 8, 1900. 



REGULAR COURSE. 
{Studies marked with an (*) are to be reviewed in Senior Year.) 

Preparatory and Sub-Junior Studies. 
Physiology, Political Geography, Spelling and Writing completed ; 
Algebra through radicals ; Drawing (one term). Arithmetic, English 
Grammar and Reading as in ordinary text books. 



Junior Year. 

Pedagogics: — School Management. 

Language: — English Grammar,* Reading and Orthography, Latin 
to Ciesar. 

^/aM^;«a/zV5.-— Arithmetic,* Algebra. 

Natural Science:— Vh.ys\o\o%y , Botany. 

Historical Science: — Geography,* United States History,* Civil 
Government of the United States and Pennsylvania. 

Arts: — Penmanship (an approved system, with a fair handwriting), 
Drawing (daily lessons for at least twenty weeks). Vocal Music (element- 
ary principles and daily exercises for at least ten weeks). Bookkeeping, 
(single entry, with a knowledge of common business papers). 

Physical Culture. 

Middle Year. 

Pedagogics: — Psychology, Methods of Teaching. 

Aa«^«a^<?.— Rhetoric and Composition, with elocutionary exercises, 
three books of Ciesar. 

Mathematics: — Plane Geometry. 

Natural Science: — Elements of Chemistry, Elements of Zoology, 
Elements of Geology. 

Historical Science: — General History. 

Arts: — Manual Training. 

Physical Culture. 



west chester state normai, schooi,. 25 

Senior Year. 

Pedagogics : — History of Education, Methods of Teaching, Prac- 
tice of Teaching in Model School (at least twenty weeks, forty-five 
minutes daily), Thesis. 

Language : — Literature and Classics, three Orations of Cicero, 
three Books of Virgil, Review of English Grammar. 

Mathematics : — Solid Geometry, Plane Trigonometry and Sur\-ey- 
ing. Review of Arithmetic. 

Natural Science: — Physics, Review of Geography. 

Historical Science: — Review of United States History. 

Physical Culture. 

SOBSTITDTIONS. 

The following substitutions may be made : 

Middle Year. — Chemistry and Astronomy for Latin ; Greek, Ger- 
man or French for Chemistry and Solid Geometry. 

Senior Year. — English History, Ethics and Logic for Latin ; 
Greek, German or French for Trigonometry and Surveying. 

SUPPLEMENTARY COURSE. 

(In addition to the Regular Course.) 

Leading to the Degree of Bachelor of Pedagogics. 

Philosophy of Education, Advanced Psychology. 
Discussion of Educational Questions; School Supervision, includ- 
ing School Law ; Devices for Teaching ; Educational Theories, etc. 
School Apparatus and Appliances ; Description, Use, Preparation. 

Leading to the Degree of Master of Pedagogics. 

Two years' teaching after graduation in the Regular Course. 

Professional Reading, with abstracts : History of Education in the 
United States (Boone), European Schools (Klemm), Systems of Edu- 
cation (Parsons). 

Sanitary Science, School Architecture, etc. 

Thesis. 

A full equivalent will be accepted for any of the text books named 
above. The courses in reading and classics for all the courses shall be 
determined by the Board of Principals at their annual meeting, and 
shall be the same for all Normal Schools. 

N. B. — Students are admitted to the Junior or lower classes upon examination 
by the Faculty. These examinations are held at the beginning of each term and 
juBt preceding the time of the annual examination. Arrangements may be mada 
to hold special examinations on the first Saturday of each month of the school year. 



26 WKST CHESTER STATE NORMAL SCHOOI,. 



Rules for Final Examination 

AND ADMISSION TO THE MIDDLE AND 
SENIOR CLASSES, ETC. 

{For all the Normal Schools of Pennsylvania.) 

1. Admission to the Senior and Middle classes shall be 
determined by the State Board of Examiners at the annual 
examination* by the Board. 

2. In order to be admitted to the Middle class at any 
State Normal School, students must be examined by the State 
Board in all the Junior studies (except English Grammar, 
Arithmetic, Geography and United States History), and this 
examination shall be final. Persons who desire to be admitted 
to the Middle class without having previously attended a State 
Normal School, must pass an examination by the Faculty and 
State Board of Examiners in the academic studies of the Junior 
year (except the Senior review studies), and Plane Geometry 
or the first book of Caesar, and must complete School Manage- 
ment in the Middle year. No conditions or substitutions other 
than those named shall be allowed for any of the studies 
required for admission to the Middle class. 

3. In order to be admitted to the Senior class, students 
must be examined by the State Board in all the Middle year 
studies (except Methods), and this examination shall be final. 
Persons who desire to be admitted to the Senior class without 
having previously attended a State Normal School, must pass 
an examination by the Faculty and State Board in the academic 

•These examinationn come early in June, the date beine fixed each year by the 
State Superintendent. The examinations are in writing and last two or three days. 
The Sub-Junior examination has been abandoned, and students hereafter will be 
examined in Preparatory and Junior branches at the end of the Junior year. 



WEST CHESTER STATE NORMAI, SCHOOI,. 27 

Studies of the entire course, except the review studies of the 
Senior year, and must devote their time during the Senior year 
to the professional studies of the course and the review studies. 
No conditions or substitutions other than those named shall be 
allowed for any of the studies required for admission to the 
Senior class. 

4. If the Faculty of any State Normal School or the 
State Board of Examiners decide that a person is not prepared 
to pass an examination by the State Board, he shall not be 
admitted to the same examinations at any other State Normal 
School during the same school year. 

5. If a person who has completed the examinations 
required for admission to the Middle or Senior class at any 
State Normal School desires to enter another Normal School, 
the principal of the school at which the examination was held 
shall send the proper certificate to the principal of the school 
which the person desires to attend. Except for the reason 
here stated, no certificate setting forth the passing of the 
junior or middle year studies shall be issued. 

6. Candidates for graduation shall be examined by the 
State Board in all the branches of the Senior year, including 
English Grammar, Arithmetic, Geography and United States 
History. They shall have the opportunity of being examined 
in any higher branches, including vocal and instrumental 
music and double-entry bookkeeping; and all studies com- 
pleted by them shall be named in their certificates. 

7. Persons who have been graduated may be examined 
at any State examination in any higher branches, and the 
Secretary of the Board of Examiners shall certify on the back 
of their diplomas to the passing of the branches completed 
at said examination. 

8. A certificate setting forth the proficiency of all appli- 
cants in all the studies in which they desire to be examined by 
the Board of Examiners shall be prepared and signed by the 
Faculty and presented to the Board. The certificate for the 
studies of the Junior year shall also include the standing of 
applicants in the review studies of the Senior year. 



28 WEST CHESTER STATE NORMAI. SCHOOI,. 

9. Graduates of State Normal Schools iu the regular 
course and graduates of accredited colleges may become can- 
didates for the degrees of Bachelor of Pedagogics and Master 
of Pedagogics. To obtain these degrees, candidates must be 
examined by the Faculty and State Board upon the studies of 
the supplementary course. Three years successful teaching in 
the public schools of the State since graduation (or two years 
in the case of candidates who taught in the Model School) 
will be required of all candidates for the degree of Master of 
Pedagogics, in addition to the branches of study indicated 
above. 

10. Attendance at a State Normal School during the 
entire Senior year will be required of all candidates for gradua- 
tion ; but candidates for the pedagogical degrees may prepare 
tlie required work in absentia. 

CERTIFICATES AND DIPLOMAS. 

A graduate receives a certificate in which are named the 
branches he has studied, which entitles him to teach in the 
public schools of Pennsylvania for any two subsequent years 
without further examinations. 

Graduates who have continued their studies for two years 
and have practiced their profession iox two aimual terms, in the 
Common Schools of the State, and who have presented to the 
Faculty and Board of Examiners a certificate of good moral 
character and skill in the art of Teaching from the Board or 
Boards of Directors in whose employ they have taught, coun- 
tersigned by the proper Superintendent, may receive diplomas, 
which are permanent certificates of the highest grade. They 
confer tipon their holder the right to teach the branches 7iamed 
therein in the public schools of Pemisylvania ^ without further 
examinatio7is. 

Applications for diplomas must be presented to the Board 
of Examiners at tUeir regular session. 

The Normal School law makes it the duty of the authori- 
ties of the Normal Schools to grant diplomas or State Certifi- 
cates \.o actual teachers in CommoJi Schools, without their having 
attended the Normal School as students. The following are 
the conditions upon which these diplomas will be granted : 



WEST CHESTER STATE NORMAI< SCHOOL. 29 

1. Each applicant must be twenty-one years of age, and 
of good moral character, and must have taught successfully 
during three successive annual terms in Common Schools in 
this State, the proof of age to be the declaration on honor of 
the applicant ; and of moral character and a satisfactory dis- 
charge of the requisite terms of teaching, a certificate from the 
proper Board or Boards of Directors, signed by the President 
and Secretary, and countersigned by the proper County Super- 
intendent or Superintendents. 

2. Each applicant to prepare and present to the Board of 
Examiners an original thesis of not less than six folio pages of 
manuscript, on some professional subject, to be retained at the 
school where the examinations take place. 

3. The examinations and certificates to be without ex- 
pense to the applicant, and the certificate to be full evidence of 
qualifications to teach the branches therein named, in any part 
of the State, without further examination. 




GENERAL ANTHONY WAYNE'S TELESCOPE- 

Presented by Isaac Wayne to Chester County Cabinet of Natural Science in 1831. 

Now the property of the West Chester State Normal School. 



30 WEST CHESTER STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. 



Departments of Study. 

PEDAQOGY AND PSYCHOLOGY. 

Modern pedagogy recognizes three essential elements in the 
teacher who is to succeed, not for the time being but for all time ; 
that is to say, who will not only complete a term or a year with 
apparent success, but who will instil into children such facts, thoughts 
and purposes as shall always be a help and never a hindrance. These 
elements have been defined by Prof. Earl Barnes as a knowledge of 
(i) the Stuff, (2) the Tools, (3) an Ideal. The Stuff is the person to be 
educated. The Tools include everything that is or can be used to bring 
the child to perfection ; such as courses of study, school houses, 
apparatus, teachers, textbooks, etc. The Idea is what we wish to make 
out of the child — the purpose for which we use the Tools on the Stuff. 
A Normal School must have for its purpose nothing less than the 
equipment of the teachers it sends out in these three lines. The work 
of the Pedagogical Department of the West Chester State Normal 
School is planned in accordance with this principle. 

Junior Year : — This begins with the study of Methods of Teaching 
the common branches and School Management — some of the "Tools." 

Middle Year :—1)\\s, begins the study of the " Stuff "—the child— 
on the two sides of the mental and the physical. The former consists 
of a course of a half year in Genetic Psychology, beginning with adult 
Psychology and constantly developed on genetic lines. Titchener's 
Primer of Psychology is the basis. The second half year is devoted to 
(i) the physical nature and needs of the child, and the relation of school 
applicances (the Tools) to these needs. Shaw's or Kotelmann's School 
Hygiene will indicate the ground covered. (2) A further study of 
Methods in their relation to the "Ideal" — what is, or ought to be, the 
end or object in teaching each particular branch, and by what method 
of teaching this end can be best attained. 

Senior Year: — The Senior year takes up the direct study of the 
"Ideal;" first historically, the development of the educational ideal as 
seen in the History of Education. This occupies the first half year. 
The second half year is devoted to a further study of the " Ideal " in 
relation to Methods; to a study of special cases, such as arise from 
observation of children and from the work in the Model School and 
to some consideration of the philosophy of education. 

Ethics and Lof^ic : — These subjects (in connection with English 
History) may be substituted for Latin in the Senior year. 



WEST CHESTER STATE NORMAI, SCHOOL. 3I 

THE MODEL SCHOOL. 

The Model School is housed in a new stone building, 114 by 62 feet, 
which has been recently erected at a cost of forty-two thousand dollars, 
and which is a most complete and suitable building for its purpose. 
This building is used by the Public Schools of West Chester and the 
Superintendent of the West Chester Schools is Principal of the Model 
School. The members of the Senior Class observe and teach daily in 
the different schools of this building. They meet the Principal of the 
Model School collectively once each week for general instruction in 
methods and school management, and individually meet him daily for 
special instruction adapted to their needs. This experience in public 
schools of high reputation and efficiency is an excellent preparation for 
the practical side of teaching, and gives the graduates of the school an 
advantage which cannot well be over-estimated. 

LANGUAGE. 

English Grammar, — Our teachers aim to make the work in gram- 
mar distinctly practical. While they present the technical side of the 
subject and emphasize the importance of a thorough understanding of the 
inflections and relations of the various parts of speech, their main pur- 
pose is to train the student in the use of his mother tongue by having 
him use it. Carefully criticized oral and written work is conducted and 
personal interviews with the students are held in order to point out 
their mistakes and lead to a remedy. The new course continues the 
study of grammar in the Senior year where, aside from a general re- 
view there taken, an opportunity is given for the presentation of pedo- 
gogical suggestions to the persons about to teach. To our students 
grammar is made not merely a science — knowledge systematized — but 
an art — knowledge applied. 

Rhetoric. — The work in rhetoric embraces a careful study of style 
in its various phases and a continuation of the written exercises carried 
on in grammar. Effectiveness of speech is thus made to supplement 
fluency and accuracy. The preparation of more comprehensive theses 
is added to the writing of one-page themes, and more formal and ex- 
tended orations take the place of brief speeches. 

Literature. — The study of literature includes a general survey 
of English and American literature, a thorough discussion of plans 
for the consideration of an author's life and writings, and a care- 
ful, critical examination and appreciation of certain great classics. The 
aim is not merely to familiarize the student with dates and facts, figures 
and philology, but to guide him to the real essence of literature and lead 
him to get at the heart of the thought of the author and get that thought 
into his heart. 

The requirements in English for admission to American colleges re- 
ceive special attention. 



32 WEST CHESTER STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. 



Latin.— In the Junior year the aim is to master the declen- 
sions of nouns, pronouns and adjectives, the comparison of adjectives, 
the formation and comparison of adverbs, and the conjugation of 
regular and irregular verbs. Daily exercises in the translation from 
L,atin into English and from English into Latin are required in such a 
way as to give the student an ordinary working vocabulary and under- 
standing of the common rules of syntax. In the middle year three 
books of Cicsar's Commentaries are read. A critical study is made in 
view of thoroughly grounding the rules of syntax, special attention be- 
ing given to subjunctives. Translations into the best English idiom is 
rigidly required. Translations at sight and hearing are practiced. A 
knowledge of the subject matter, such as the tracing of Ciesar's marches, 
the geography of Gaul, the Roman art of war, and the life of Csesar are 
topics for supplementary reading. In the Senior year three of Cicero's 
orations are read. Attention is given to the logical outlines, to the style 
of Roman oratory and to Cicero's life and the times in which he lived. 
Three books of Virgil's Aeneid are read. Attention is given to the gen- 
eral style. Epic poetry, poetic constructions, figures of speech, prosody, 
peculiarities in the forms, mythological references, and to Virgil's life 
and times. Additional Latin as needed for admission to college or for 
other purposes may be taken. 

Greek. — Greek may be substituted for Chemistry and Solid Geom- 
etry in the middle year, and for Trigonometry and Surveying in the 
Senior year, and additional time may be given to this language if 
desired. The work in Greek begins with White's First Greek Book, 
which is completed, and a good beginning made in Xenophon's Anabasis 
during the first year. During the second year four books of the 
Anabasis may be read and Greek composition and sight reading will re- 
ceive attention. After the Anabasis three books of Homer's Iliad may 
also be read. Attention is given to the scanning of Homeric verse and 
the main peculiarities of Homeric dialect. 

German and French. — German or French may be subtituted for 
Chemistry and Solid Geometry in the Middle Year and for Trigonometry 
and Surveying in the Senior year. Additional work may also be taken 
in these languages. The instructor in this department is a native Ger- 
man, who has a careful and accurate knowledge of Fronch and English, 
and has had large experience in teaching these languages both in 
Europe and America. The students, during the first year, are carefully 
drilled in correct pronunciation and are made familiar with the elements 
of the Grammar. Idiomatic expressions, proverbs, short poems and 
prose selections are memorized and frequently repeated, and a consid- 
erable amount of German and French is read. Conversation and free 
reproduction based on selections read are found to be useful in fixing 
the principles of the language, and the sight reading and dictation exer- 
cises are valuable aids in the same direction. German or French is 



WSST CHESTER STATE NORMAI, SCHOOI.. 33 

freely used in the class room to enable pupils to acquire as much as pos- 
sible during the year. This is followed by a more exhaustive study of 
the grammar, by much reading of standard literature and further prac- 
tice in conversation, composition and drill in letter writing. Sight 
reading and dictation exercises are continued throughout the course. 

Reading. — The work of the preparatory classes is practice reading 
for facility in dealing with ideas presented in words; recitations in the 
auditorium from American poets; and foundation work in phonics. In 
the sub-Junior classes the aim is to cultivate the power of thought and 
imagination in relation to expression, both by theory and in practice, 
and to train the voice and body to be useful means of expression. Es- 
pecial attention is paid to correct speech with a review of phonics. A 
lyric poem and a prose selection are required from each student as reci- 
tation practice in the auditorium. Advanced reading may be taken by 
anyone who has passed the sub-Junior reading. This gives further op- 
portunity for practice in speaking and interpretative reading of standard 
literature. Public recitals are given from time to time, which afford 
some opportunity for public work. Special arrangements may be made 
for private lessons in elocution. 

Orthography. — Students, upon entrance to the school, are given an 
opportunity to pass Orthography in a spacial examination. Those who 
are found to be deficient will be expected to take up the subject in class 
at once. Constant drill in spelling and definition is given from a good 
spelling book. The work is usually written, and much attention is paid 
to a correct understanding of the words spelled, as shown by their use 
in sentences. The school believes in the importance of correct spelling, 
and that persistent drill will make good spellers. 

MATHEMATICS. 

The methods employed in teaching mathematics are based on the 
pedagogical law, that the nature of the subject to be taught conditions 
the method of teaching it. The nature of every subject in mathematics 
is found in its fundamental concepts, its principles, and in their appli- 
cations. 

Accordingly, students preparing to teach are required to study 
thoroughly the science of each subject. In arithmetic and elementary 
algebra they are led inductively to a comprehension of the fundamental 
concepts and to an interpretation of the definitions of them. 

The fundamental principles are also developed inductively through 
solutions of characteristic problems, and are formulated and expressed 
in clear and concise language, and learned. 

In the light of these definitions and principles problems are worked 
out, the solutions being put in statements expressing each logical step 
involved. In order to accomplish the work in this thorough manner, 
students must have a preliminary knowledge of arithmetic through 
percentage and proportion and some of their applications ; and in 



34 WEST CHESTER STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. 

algebra through radicals and quadratic equations before they are allowed 
to enter the Junior class, their knowledge being tested by an entrance 
examination. In the Junior class the subjects of these branches are 
thoroughly reviewed and studied in the light of the theory evolved, re- 
quiring about twenty-six weeks in arithmetic, and from thirty to thirty- 
six weeks in algebra. Algebra is completed in the Junior year, while 
arithmetic is again reviewed in the Senior year. After completing our 
course in these branches, we feel that we can recommend our students 
with confidence as teachers of them. 

Students failing to pass the entrance examinations to the Junior 
Class are promoted into that class as soon as they are found qualified 
to enter it. Students are admitted to the Middle Year Classes in plane 
geometry after completing the Junior mathematics, without any pre- 
vious knowledge of the subject. They are required in this branch of 
mathematics to learn and illustrate all definitions and axioms ; 
to commit to memory and thoroughly demonstrate all proportions 
and corallaries, giving full authority for every statement made ; to 
solve all geometrical problems by accurate constructions, and to dem- 
onstrate and solve original theorems and problems. 

In the Senior Classes, solid geometry and plane trigonometry and 
surveying are studied with equal thoroughness, and practical field work 
in surveying with a first-class surveyor's transit, with stadia attachment, 
is done during the spring term. 

Classes in higher algebra, spherical trigonometry, analytical geom- 
etry and calculus are formed whenever a sufficient number of students 
apply to warrant it. 

PHYSICAL SCIENCES. 

Physics: — In Physics the topics regarded as of practical value to 
the greatest number are mechanics, including the mechanics of liquids 
and gases ; heat as a motive power, and in its applications to atmos- 
pheric phenomena ; and such portions of electricity as are necessary 
to an elementary knowledge of its more common practical applications. 
Individual laboratory work is required of all students with special 
attention to the making of simple apparatus. 

Chonistry : — In Chemistry the work is almost entirely experi- 
mental in character. Each day's lesson is learned bj' the student in the 
laboratory, and embodies the result of his own observations and experi- 
mental work. As soon as the student is sufficiently advanced, his 
attention is turned to such portions of the subject as find practical appli- 
cation in the home, in the dairy, and on the farm. 

Gcolof:y : — In geology the student is expected to become familiar 
with the common minerals and rocks, and the changes undergone by 
rocks in weathering and in the processes of soil formation. Stress is 
placed upon the ability to recognize different rock formations, and the 
influence of such formations upon the general character of the country. 



WEST CHESTER STATE NORMA!, SCHOOI,. 35 

He is also called upon to observe the action and effects of rain and 
streams in producing the present relief forms shown in our own neigh- 
borhood. In short, while an attempt is made to cover the ground of the 
text-book, such portions of the subject are given prominence as furnish 
the best fields for investigation in our locality and serve best to stimu- 
late observation and thought. 

BIOLOQICAL SCIENCES. 

Physiology. — The work of this department begins in the sub-Junior 
year with Physiology. A reasonable acquaintance with the bare facts is 
pre-supposed. The effort is here made to teach thoroughly the prin- 
ciples which underlie all life. The microscope, with abundant prepara- 
tions, an Azoux manikin, and fresh material, are freely used. With 
the Junior year we take up 

Botany. — Enough systematic Botany is taught to enable pupils to 
use the analytical tables. But the stress of the work is laid on the life 
activities of the plant and on its relation to its surroundings. A well 
equipped laboratory, with a rich supply of materials and charts, is used 
for this purpose. In the Middle year we take up 

Zoology. — Here an abundance of material, both living and prepared, 
is furnished. There are microscopes enough to familiarize all pupils 
with their use. The great types are studied. But the emphasis of the 
work is again laid on the life history of the animal and his relation to 
his surroundings. During the Senior year we offer an elective in 

Nature Study. — Here selection is made from the animal and plant 
world, of the materials which can be best presented to children, and at- 
tention is paid to the method of adapting their subjects to the lower 
grades. A consistent plan runs through the entire course of Biological 
Sciences. A pupil who goes carefully through this course gets a good 
general view of modern biology. 

HISTORICAL SCIENCES. 

History of the United States. — During the first twenty-seven weeks 
of the preparatory year an elementary course is given. The work is 
based upon a text-book supplemented by required reading in the stand- 
ard histories, exercises in historical geography and the preparation of 
written topics, with frequent reviews and examinations. During the 
remaining thirteen weeks of the year this course is repeated more 
rapidly for those who failed to complete it and for others who may de- 
sire to review it. In the Junior year there is a twenty-seven weeks' 
course in this subject. Special attention is paid to the political and in- 
dustrial development of the United States. Much topical work, de- 
signed to train students in the use of the more important secondary his- 
tories and illustrative source material, is given. In the Senior year there 
is a twelve weeks' review of the History of the United States with spec- 
ial reference to teaching it in the common schools. 



36 WEST CHESTER STATE NORMAI, SCIIOOI,. 

General History. — A twenty-seven weeks' course in the Middle year 
embraces a rapid survey of the entire subject, in which the origin and 
growth of institutions are briefly traced and the meaning of the more 
important movements and epochs pointed out and emphasized. 

English History. — This (with Logic and Ethics) may be substituted 
for the Latin of the Senior year. After a rapid survey of the origin and 
development of English institutions the class will make a more de. 
tailed study of the Protestant Reformation, the political revolutions of 
the Seventeeth Century, the growth of the British Empire and the in- 
dustrial and political tendencies and movements of the Nineteenth 
Century. 

Geography. — Political Geography is taught in the Preparatory or 
sub-Junior Class, and students who expect to enter the Junior Class are 
urged to prepare thoroughly and pass a final examination upon this sub- 
ject upon entrance. The subject is carefully taught as found in the 
modern text-books, with abundant illustration of maps and globes. 
Physical Geography is taught in the Senior year as a part of the depart- 
ment of science, in the light of the student's knowledge of geology, 
physics, chemistry and the other sciences. 

Civil Governntent. — A careful study of the Civil Government of the 
United States and of the State of Pennsylvania is made in the winter 
term of the Junior year. The facts of the constitution and the comments 
as found in the text-book are carefully learned and supplemented with 
much additional practical information and application. The course is 
designed not only to prepare its students to teach this important sub- 
ject, now required in all the public schools of the State, but also to bet- 
ter prepare them for their duties as citizens. Mowry's Studies in Civil 
Government and Philips' Civil Government of Pennsylvania are the 
text-books used. 

THE ARTS. 

Drazving. — The aim of the course of instruction in this department 
is not only to teach the students Drawing, Form Study and Color, but 
also to furnish a means of mental development which shall lead to a 
knowledge and appreciation of the beautiful. The three general 
divisions of the work are: Representation, or the drawing of the ap- 
pearance of objects; Decoration, or the producing of beauty in ornament; 
and Construction, which deals with the facts of form. 

Writing. — The essential requisites for good business writing are 
legibility and speed. To get the best results in this department we use 
one of the approved systems of Vertical Writing and in addition give 
students time exercises for practice in speed. 

j9oo/t-/ttff^?«^.— Book-keeping is taught from the practical stand- 
point. The course requires a knowledge of single entry book-keeping 



WEST CHESTER STATE NORMA!, SCHOOI.. 37 

only, and especial attention is paid to the important business forms, the 
object being not only to enable students to understand and teach the 
subject, but also to illustrate many of the practical phases of arithmetic. 
A course in double entry book-keeping is also provided for those desir- 
ing it. 

PHYSICAL TRAINING. 

This department provides instruction and means for the betterment 
and preservation of health and the harmonious development of the body. 
It prepares graduates to introduce free gymnastics into their schools 
and to exercise intelligent oversight of the physical needs of school 
children. These objects are accomplished by 

1. Regular class exercises in the gymnasium during the fall and 
winter and upon the field in the spring, and by periods for optional 
work after school hours, alternating with class days. 

2. By physical measurements and strength tests of all students 
upon entrance, at the close of the school year, and at such intervals as 
seems necessary. This forms the basis of comparison of the student's 
condition and needs, and determines the character and amount of exer- 
cise necessary to overcome marked deficiencies, irregular development, 
or such deformities as are amenable to physical exercises. 

3. By personal advice in reference to habits of life, exercise, study, 
and recreation; by lectures and class-room instruction pertaining to 
hygiene, the physiology of exercise, etc. 

4. By instruction concerning the history, systems, methods and 
educational value of gymnastics, and its co-relation with other branches. 

5. By practice teaching of school-room gymnastics, instruction 
and practice of plays and games involving physical activity, and a con- 
sideration of the principles which lie at the bases of the universal play 
instincts. 

All students are required to take the prescribed light gymnastics , 
which are of such a character as to meet the average needs and not 
over-tax the strength of any student who is in a physical condition to 
undertake normal school work. 



38 WEST CHESTER STATE NORMAI, SCHOOI.. 



Location, Buildings, &c. 

The West Chester State Normal School was founded in 
the year 1871, by the joint efforts of the Trustees and contrib- 
utors of the West Chester Academy, and the citizens of West 
Chester and vicinity. 

West Chester is a beautiful town of 10,000 inhabitants, 
the county seat of Chester county, and is pre-eminent for its 
healthfulness, morality and intelligence. It is about twenty- 
five miles west of Philadelphia, with which it is connected by 
two lines of the Pennsylvania R. R. It is also connected with 
Philadelphia by a trolley line, over which cars run every half 
hour each way. A short branch road connects West Chester 
with the main line of the Pennsylvania Railroad at Frazer, 
where close connections are made with the trains on the main 
line ; and by an electric road it is also connected with the 
Philadelphia and Reading R. R. at Lenape. 

THE BUILDINGS 

Are situated in the southern part of the borough, half a 
mile from the Court House. The main building is built of 
greenstone and marble, 256 by 234 feet, four stories high, with 
basement. It is one of the finest and handsomest school build- 
ings in the country. The buildings are surrounded by forty- 
eight acres of beautiful grounds. 

The chapel and a dining-room adjoin the main building 
and are completely and handsomely fitted up. Two new addi- 
tions for sanitary purposes have also been erected, and each 
story, on both the girls and boys' wing, is fitted up with bath- 
rooms (hot and cold water), water-closets, slop-hoppers, &c., 
of the best pattern. The drainage is first-class. These sani- 
tary improvements alone cost $10,000, and are believed to be 
among the best and most healthful to be found anywhere. The 



WEST CHESTER STATE NORMAI, SCHOOI<. 39 

whole building has lately been improved ; the students' rooms 
have all been papered, refitted and refurnished ; a fine library 
and reading room provided for the free use of students, and 
many other improvements made to add to the efficiency of the 
school and the comfort of the students. 

A first-class large passenger elevator has recently been put 
in and makes all the floors equally desirable. A new electric 
light plant supplies every part of the building with the best 
and safest of lights. 

The; Gymnasium. — A first-class gymnasium, 104 by 64 
feet, with an administration building attached, 29 by 36 feet, 
has recently been completed. It is of stone, two stories high, 
fitted up with every modern improvement, including a full 
supply of the best apparatus, running track, bath rooms, large 
swimming pool, bowling alleys, ball cage, &c. A thoroughly 
trained physician and his wife are in charge of the gymnasium, 
and all exercise is taken under their supervision. All students 
are given a complete physical examination, and proper exer- 
cises prescribed for them. This gymnasium marks a great 
and important advance in Normal School work, and its advan- 
tages are enjoyed by all students without extra cost. 

Recitation Hai^l,. — Recently the Board of Trustees 
erected a new building, 185 by 80 feet, with two stories above 
a high basement, which is used wholly for school purposes. It 
has been planned with great care, and is unusually well adapted 
for its purpose. It is heated and ventilated by the Smead- 
Wills system. The total cost of the building and heating 
plant has been over $60,000. 

New Grounds. — The erection of so many buildings has 
so taken up the main campus that the Trustees have purchased 
adjacent grounds at various times, including the fine grounds 
of the Chester County Agricultural Society, until they now 
embrace forty-eight acres, embracing enclosed grounds suitably 
fitted up for all outdoor games. 

Infirmary. — A complete and well appointed school in- 
firmary, at considerable distance from the other school build- 
ings, has just been erected. This has been planned by skillful 
physicians and architects, and will not only promote the com- 



40 WEST CHESTER STATE NORMAL SCHOOI,. 

fort and recovery of any who may be ill, but will also tend to 
prevent the spread of contagion in the school. It is believed 
that this was the first school of its class to take this important 
step. A trained nurse is employed by the school, who gives 
her whole time to the care of the health of the school. 

The school property has now cost half a million dollars, 
and is the best and most complete possessed by any Normal 
School in this country. 

STUDENTS' ROOMS. 

The rooms are generally arranged for two students each. 
All are good sized, have high ceilings, are well ventilated, and 
are all thoroughly heated by direct steam radiation. The 
rooms are newly and comfortably furnished, have closets, 
single-beds, wash stands, bowls and pitchers, and are furnished 
with woven wire mattresses. The ladies' rooms are all partly 
carpeted. The buildings and grounds are lighted by the 
school's own electric lighting plant. 

Admission, Government, &c. 

CONDITIONS OF ADMISSION. 

Pupils will be allowed to enter the regular course at any 
point for which they are actually filled, subject to the regula- 
tions before mentioned. They may enter at any time during 
the Session, and will be charged only from date of entrance. 

A prompt attendance at the commencement of the Session 
is of the utmost importance, both to the progress of the pupil 
and proper organization of the School. 

Students desiring to enter the institution should make 
application to the Principal at as early a date as possible. All 
new students must submit satisfactory testimonials of good 
character from their last teacher. 

OUTFIT. 
Pupils boarding in the institution will be furnished with 
single beds and bedding, and are expected to furnish a pair of 



WEST CHKSTKR STATE NORMAI, SCHOOI.. 4I 

blankets, or an equivalent, towels, and table napkins ; also an 
umbrella and a pair of rubber over-shoes. All students will 
need gymnasium shoes, which can be got in West Chester at 
small expense. The young ladies of the Senior, Middle and 
Junior classes provide themselves with gymnasium suits of 
navy blue serge, the blouse waist of which may be made from 
Butterick pattern No. 4509, and it is highly desirable that all 
the young ladies should have this satisfactory and inexpensive 
dress. Many of the boys provide carpet for their rooms, thus 
giving them a very neat and homelike appearance. 

Keys, wash-bowls, pitchers and looking-glasses are fur- 
nished by the school, but their cost must be deposited when 
they are obtained, which deposit will be refunded when they 
are returned uninjured. 

MORAL AND RELIGIOUS CULTURE. 

All students are required to attend the opening exercises 
of the school in the chapel each day, and all must attend relig- 
ious services each Sabbath morning in the town, at the churches 
preferred by their parents or guardians. 

LABORATORIES. 

The new Chemical Laboratory renders the facilities for 
Chemistry even more complete than ever ; the department is 
under the charge of a practical chemist, who has devoted years 
to this important branch, and who is a State Chemist of Penn- 
sylvania. Students receive instructions without extra charge, 
but are required to pay for chemicals used, breakage, etc. The 
removal of the laboratory out of the main school building has 
removed all the danger often apprehended from such depart- 
ments. Laboratories have also been equipped with apparatus, 
microscopes, &c., for individual work in Physics, Botany, 
Physiology and Zoology. 

APPARATUS. 

The institution is supplied with Philosophical and Chem- 
ical Apparatus of the most approved kind, large additions 
having been made recently. 



42 WEST CHHSTKR STATE NORMAL SCHOOI,. 

LIBRARY AND READING ROOM. 
A large library room has lately been fitted up in the best 
manner. It now contains libraries aggregating 10,000 vol- 
umes. A modern card catalogue adds greatly to their value. 
The library is open at all hours out of school time, with a 
competent librarian constantly in charge. 

Connected with the library is a reading-room supplied with 
a hundred magazines and papers, also for the constant and free 
use of the school. 

LITERARY SOCIETIES. 

There are connected with the school two flourishing Liter- 
ary Societies — the Moore Literary Society and the Aryan So- 
ciety — composed of students and members of the Faculty. 

The value of these societies as adjuncts of education is so 
great that the students cannot afford to neglect the opportuni- 
ties they furnish for literary and oratorical culture. 

MUSEUM. 

The Museum contains a large and valuable collection of 
specimens, illustrating every department of Natural Science. 
It was begun in the year 1826, and has been annually enriched 
with contributions from every portion of the world. The justly 
celebrated " Herbariums " of the late Dr. William Darlington 
and David Townsend, now in this Museum, are conceded to be 
two of the most accurate and extensive private collections 
ever formed in this country. 

TEXT BOOKS. 

Text Books are sold to students at wholesale prices ; but 
all books used in the Elementary Course are furnished on rent 
to those preferring it. 

MUSIC. 

This department is unexcelled outside of the large cities. 
The teachers in charge are fine musicians, and have had long 
and successful experience in their profession. The following 
is the course arranged for the piano : 



west chester state normai, school. 43 

Course in Instrumentai. Music. 
First Grade. 
Emery's Foundation Studies, and the N. E. Conservatory Method, 
or Urbach's Instruction Book. 

Pieces. 
Very easy selections from modern composers. 

Second Grade. 
Etude-S. 
lyOeschorn, op. 52 ; Heller, op. 47 ; Czerny, op. 849 ; Kohler, op. 50 ; 
Gurlitt, op. 50. 

Pieces. 
Sonatinas and other easy works by Lichner, Spindler, Gurlitt, Kul- 
lak, Reinecke, Schumann and others. 

Third Grade. 
Etudes. 
Bertini, op. 29 ; Heller, ops. 46 and 45 ; Loeschorn, op. 66 ; Berens, 
op. 61 ; Bach, Little Preludes ; Turner, Damper, Pedal Studies, op. 15 ; 
Technics, Emery and Mason. 

Pieces. 
Selections from Heller, Reinberger, Schwarvenka, Mendelssohn, 
Haydn, Schumann, Schubert, Bach and others. 

Fourth Grade. 

Etudes. 

Turner, Elements of Modern Octave Playing ; selections from fifty 

Selected Studies, Cramer ; Bach, Two Part Inventions ; Clementi, 

Gradus and Parnassum ; Moscheles, op. 70 ; Selections from Chopin, 

ops. 10 and 24, and Bach's Preludes and Fugues. 

Pieces. 
Selections from classical and modern composers. 

Pupils completing this course in a satisfactory manner will 
be awarded a diploma. The time required to complete the 
course cannot be specified, depending, as it does, upon the 
talent, previous acquirements and industry of the pupil. 

VOCAL MUSIC. 

This department is also in charge of a first-class teacher. 
The best modern methods of instruction are used both in class 
work and individual instruction, and the success and popularity 
of the department have been very marked. Private pupils in 
vocal music pay the same rates as in instrumental music and 
have the use of a piano to aid their practice. Class instruction 
in vocal music is given without extra cost. 



44 wkst chester state normal schooi,. 

Synopsis of Vocal Studies. 
Methods and Vocalizes Used. 
Lablache's exercises for forming the voice. Vocalizes by Panofka, 
Concone and Marchesi. 

First Grade. 
Lessons in physiology of voice and organs of respiration. Exercises 
in combining different registers or tone. Exercises for developing 
chest ; medium and head tones. Vocalizes by Panofka. Easy ballads. 

Second Grade. 
Exercises for flexibility, continued. Study of scales. Major and 
Chromatic. Vocalizes by Panofka and Concone. 

Third Grade. 
Practice of Major, Minor and Chromatic scales continued. Study 
of embellishments, trills, &c. Vocalizes by Panofka, Concone and 
Marchesi. Selections from Operas and Oratorios. 

MUSIC RECITALS 

Are held every few weeks in the chapel for the purpose of 
giving the pupils ease and self-control in playing and singing 
before an audience. For these recitals a Stein way Concert 
Grand Piano is used. 

A course of reading in musical literature is commended to 
cultivate the style and enrich the pupil's knowledge of the 
great masters. 

Term: — Winter Session, two lessons per week, including 
two practice periods daily, $34.00. For Spring Session, 
$16.00. For a part of a terra, $1.30 per week. 

For lessons on other instruments than the piano, special 
arrangements must be made. 

APPLICATIONS FOR TEACHERS. 
Frequent applications are made to the Principal for well- 
trained teachers, and it will be our aim to supply the demand 
as far as possible. 

CALENDAR. 

The school year is divided into two sessions. The Winter 
Session will begin Monday, September ist, and continue 
twenty-seven weeks. The Spring Session will begin Monday, 
March 2jd, and continue thirteen 7veeks. There will be a vaca- 
tion of one week at Christmas, and one of the same length 
between the sessions in March. 



WEST CHESTER STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. 45 

TERMS. 

Tuition and board, including heat, light and washing, for 
the Winter Session, $135; one-half payable in advance^ the 
remainder on December 2nd ; for a period less than the session , 
per week, $5.25. For the Spring Session, $65, payable in ad- 
vance; for a period less than a session, per week, $5.25. 

For tuition alone, for Winter Session, $40.50, one-half 
payable in advance, the remainder on December 4th ; for a period 
less than a session, per week, $1.50. For Spring Session, in 
advance, $19.50; for a period less than a session, per week, 
$1.50. 

Teachers whose schools do not end until after the beginning 
of the session, are charged by the week, at term rates, if they 
enter as soon as their schools close, and finish the term. 

There are no extra charges except for private lesso7isin music 
and the cost oj the materials to those usiyig the laboratories. 

DEDUCTIONS. 

Students absent two consecutive weeks, or longer, on 
account of personal sickness, are entitled to full reduction for 
the time lost. 

Those leaving for any other cause will be required to pay, 
for the time spent at the school at the rate for a period less 
than a session as specified above. 

All bills must be settled with the Principal, who acts in behalf 
of the Trustees. Bills for one term must be settled before a 
student will be permitted to enter upon the next term, unless 
by special arrangement. 

STATE APPROPRIATIONS TO STUDENTS. 

The Legislature of Pennsylvania in 1901 made an appro- 
priation to aid the students at the State Normal Schools who 
are preparing to teach in the public schools of the State. This 
appropriation is available under the following conditions : 

I . Each student over seventeen years of age who signs 
an agreement to teach in the common schools of the State for 
two full annual terms is entitled to receive $1 .50 per week in 
order to pay his tuition. 



46 WEST CHESTER STATE NORMAL SCHOOI,. 

2. In order to secure this he must during the whole time 
for which he receives the State aid, receive regular instruction 
in the science or art of teaching in a special class devoted to 
that purpose. 

This appropriation makes tuition free in the Normal 
Schools to those who comply with the above conditions. 
Should there be any deficit in the State appropriation, the stu- 
dents at the different Normal Schools will receive the same pro 
rata share of the appropriation. 

VISITORS AND VISITING. 

Calls on pupils at other times than during the hours of 
recreation seriously interfere with the object they have in view, 
and therefore will not be allowed except in case of necessity. 
Persons desiring to visit the school are cordially invited to do 
so at any time. 

Every absence from school duty is a loss which cannot be 
wholly made up. Parents are earnestly requested not to take 
their ehildrcn aivay /ram a single school duty, unless it is abso- 
lutely necessary. It will interfere with important school duties if 
a studeyit leaves school earlier than Satiirday morning or returns 
later than Sunday evening. Students are not permitted to visit 
home or away from the town without special permission from 
their parents or guardians. 

THE TEXT BOOKS USED. 
Readers — Curry, Arnold and Gilbert; Arithmetic — Sen- 
senig & Anderson; Geography — Natural, Eclectic; Grammar — 
J. P. Welsh; Geometry — Wells; Algebra — Sensenig: Physiology 
— Martin; Natural Philosophy — Sharpless & Philips; Botatiy — 
Bergen; Chemistry — Remsen, Williams; Zoology — Jordan and 
Kellogg; Geology — Leconte; Rhetoric — Damon and Herrick; 
History, U. S. — McMaster, Thomas; Constitution, U. S. — 
Mowry, Philips; Drawing — Prang; Vocal Music — American; 
School Management — White; Methods of Instruction — Brooks; 
Psychology — Titcheuer; Trigonometry and Surveying — Wells; 
Astronomy — Sharpless & Philips; Latin — Allen & Greenough, 
Bennett, Harper's Caesar, Allen & Greenough's Texts; Greek 
— Goodwin's Grammar, Goodwin's and White's Anabasis; 



WEST CHESTER STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. 47 

German — ^Joynes-Meissner, German Texts; English Literature 
— Pancoast, English Texts; Orthography — Rice; Physical 
Training — Enebuski's Day's Orders. 

REGULATIONS. 

1. Every student is requested on entering to give the 
Principal information in regard to the following particulars: 
Whether he designs fitting himself for a teacher; what length 
of time he designs remaining in the institution, and whether 
he desires to pursue the regular course for graduation. 

2. Students are considered members of the school until 
the Principal is duly notified of their withdrawal. 

3. The hours regularly assigned to duty are to be faith- 
fully devoted to the preparation of the exercises required. 

4. Students are allowed to walk for exercise in the vicin- 
ity of the school, but no one is permitted to visit the town or 
otherwise absent himself without permission from the Princi- 
pal. Absence from the building after dusk is not permitted. 
New acquaintances outside the school must not be cultivated. 

5. Permission to be absent from a recitation must always 
be obtained from the teacher in charge of the class, before the 
absence occurs; and students desiring to be absent from town 
must obtain written permission from the Principal. 

6. Boarding students who are not present at the begin- 
ning of the term must send to the Principal written explana- 
tions of their absence, or their rooms will be forfeited. 

7. Every student must be present at the daily opening 
exercises of the school, and at all general exercises in the 
Chapel, unless excused. 

8. All objectionable books, papers and cards found in the 
possession of students will be taken and destroyed. 

9. Disorderly conduct in the building is prohibited. Each 
student will be held accountable for any disturbance or damage 
in his room. 

10. No nails must be driven in the walls or ceilings, or 
alterations be made in the windows, doors, or any appendage 
of the rooms, without permission from the Steward. 



48 WEST CHESTER STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. 

1 1 . Students are not allowed to visit one another's rooms 
during the regular hours of study without permission of those 
in charge of the halls. No change of rooms must take place 
without permission of the Principal. 

12. Each student of instrumental music will have regu- 
lar hours assigned for practice, during which time no specta- 
tor must be present to interrupt the exercises or divert the at- 
tention. 

13. All students who are tardy, unnecessarily, at meals, 
must forfeit them, and no one must leave before the rest at the 
table without good reason, and permission from the person sit- 
ting at the head of the table. Any student sick or indisposed, 
and requiring attention, must have himself reported at once 
to the Nurse. 

14. It is expected that the ladies and gentlemen of the 
Institution will treat one another with politeness, but they will 
not be allowed to be together or to carry on conversation or 
other communication except in the performance of school 
exercises, unless by special permission. Neither sex will be 
permitted to trespass upon that portion of the building assigned 
to the other. 

15. No lady or gentleman attending this Institution will 
meet, walk or ride with a person of the opposite sex, except 
in case of necessity, and then only with the permission of the 
Principal. 

16. Students will not visit the dining room at any other 
time than meal time, nor the domestic departments, boiler 
room or music rooms, without permission. 

1 7 . The use of tobacco in any form is strictly prohibited 
in the building or on the grounds. 

18. Students must not enter any saloon, bar-room, bil- 
liard or pool-room. They are absolutely forbidden to use as a 
beverage alcoholic liquors of any kind whatever during their 
connection with the school. 

19. Students will be required to attend public worship 
each Sabbath morning at such places as their parents or 
guardians designate. 




ffR?w^' 



The Infirmary. 




PRINCIPAL'S Residence. 



WEST CHESTER STATE NORMAI, SCHOOI,. 49 

20. Students are required to take up enough studies to 
keep them, in the judgment of the Principal, sufl5ciently em- 
ployed, but not take up more than they can study with profit. 

21. Students must furnish towels, napkins and two pairs 
of blankets (or an equivalent), and have all articles of clothing 
distinctly marked. Each student is permitted to have twelve 
pieces washed each week without extra charge. 

The right is reserved to remove from the school any pupil 
whose influence is found to be vitiatinof. 




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WEST CHUSTIiR STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. 



Directory of the Alumni. 

PLEASE NOTIFY US OF ANY ERRORS OR CHANGES. 

OFFICERS FOR 1901-1902. 
President—}. KIRK LEATHERMAN, Class of '90. 
Vice-President— GT&OViGV:, DEWEES, Class of '94. 
Secretary— S\JSK^ C. LODGE, Class of '77. 



Name. 



CLASS OF 1874. Elementary Course. 

Profession. 



Crosby, Margaret, 
Esler, Anna P., 
Griffith, Ruth K-, 
Hibbs, Anna (Washburn) 
Hunsicker, EUa M.. 
Lnrge, K- Anna (Thome), 
LoiiKshore, MarKarctta B. 
I^ngstrcth, Knima J., 
Lynch, Mary H. (John), 
Groff, George G., 



A ddtess. 

Chester, Pa., 
Westchester, Pa., 
Spelmau Sem., Atlanta, Ga. 
.Cliappaqua, N. Y., 
Aiken, S. C, 
1714 Christian St., Phila., 
.Swarthmore, Pa., 
2158 N. Camac St., Pliila., 
Sunbury, Pa., 
l,ewisburg. Pa., 



Teaching, 

Teacher Nor. School, 

Teaching, 

Schofield School. 

A8.st. Matron, 
Teaching, 

Professor of Sciences, 



Taughl since 
gtaduation. 
a8 yrs. 



CLASS OF 1875. Elementary Course. 



Bates, Mary J. (Miller), Glen Moore, Pa., 
nrosius, Dora K.( Walton), George School, Pa., 



Conway, M. Lizzie, 


Mount Hcrmon, Mass., 




Librarian, 


Corson, Kmily, 


Plymouth Meeting, 


Pa 


, 




Corson, Martha, (Foley), 


6519 Germantown Ave., 


Phila 


., 


Diinimig, Carrie J., 


Retllands, Cal., 






Teaching, 


Hare, Mary J., 


Decea.sed, iSS8, 








JackBon, Anna, 


George School, Pa., 






Librarian, 


Ircy, Kmnta (Philips), 


Kennctt Square, Pa 


, 






John. Ida M. (Taylor), 


Phoenixville, Pa., 









»7 

n ' 
7 ■ 

•4 ' 



Martin, Lydla A., 



West Cheater, Pa., 



Teacher Nor. School, a6 



WEST CHESTER STATE NORMAI, SCHOOI,. 5I 



Taught since 
Name. Address. Profession. graduation. 

Price, Annie J. (Paxson), 331 Saunders Ave., Pbita., 2 yrs. 

WoUerton, Zerua (Liggett), West Chester, Pa. 

Woolley,Sara Z.(Maddock), Elwyn, Pa., 4 " 

Chandlee, Richard T., Deceased, 1898, 

Gordon, Wm. T., Coat«sville, Pa. Supt. of schools, 26 " 

Potter, Arthur W., 74 Fifth Av., N. Y., Publisher, 16 " 

Spencer, Amos Iv., Oxford Valley, Pa., 22 " 

CI/ASS OF 1876. El,EMENTARY COURSE. 

Baker, Phoebe A., Media, Pa., Florist, 2 " 

Brown, Elizabeth (Thomas), Media, Pa., Teaching, Froebel Inst. 19 " 

Boyd, Sallie (Snow), Wakefield, R. I., 

Clark, Thomazine (Fairlamb), Exton, Pa., 

Coffman, Ada A., 1532 Columbia Ave., Phila., 

Davis, Clara A., Frazer, Pa., 

Eyre, Abbie A., Williamson School, Pa., 

Knight, Jennie; (Atkinson), Penn's Park, Pa., 

Linton, Wilhelmina(Ivins), 121 Penn St., Camden, N. J., 

Martin, Rachel S., Jenkintowu, Pa., 

Parsons, Lucy C. (Tyson), 20th & Hyatt Sts., Chester, Pa., 

Pyle, Ida C, New Garden, Pa., 

Stevens, Kate (Williams) ,2910 14th Ave., Minneapolis, Minn., Teaching, 

Sickel, Florence E., Davis Grove, Pa., 

Stackhouse, Sue P., Deceased, 1888, 

Thompson, Anna M., Newtown, Pa., 

Acker, J. Roberts, Deceased, 1880, 

Butler, William, Burlington, N. J., Civil Engineer 

Gabeka, George P., 347 Manhattan Ave., N. Y., ist Asst. Principal, 26 

Thomas, William D., Deceased, 1891. 

CLASS OF 1877. Scientific Course. 

Groff, George G., Lewisburg, Pa., Teaching, 26 

Elementary Course. 

Baldwin, Ella L., 134 Washing^ton Ave., Bridgi 

Black, B. Anna (Johnson), Pencoyd, Pa., 

Criley, Elizabeth F., West Chester, Pa., 

Daniel ,Zelda (Habbersett) ,Lenni, Pa., 

Davis, M. Eloene (Wells), Deceased, 1895, 

Flinn, Anna P. (Matlack),Bryn Mawr, Pa., 

Graves, Addie C, Glen Mills, Pa., 

Groce, H. Emilie, Lausdowue, Pa., 

Green, Virginia (Huey), Lenape, Pa., 

Johnson, Hanna M., (Knickerbocker), Fairfax, Iowa, 

Lodge, Susan C, 1720 Arch street, Phila., 

Moffat, Margaret J., Riegelsville, Pa., 

Murray, Annie V., 1619 Wallace street, Phila., Foreign correspondent, 11 

Pyle, Frances A.(Fronefield), Media, Pa., 10 

Pyle, L. Emma, 140 N. 15th St., Phila., Matron, 14 

Sorber, Laura C. (Diemer), 108 Franklin Av.,Norristown, Pa., 11 

Turner, Lydla E.I Upper Darby, Pa., Teaching, 25 

Turner, Elizabeth D., Lansdowne, Pa., " 24 

Tomlinson, Arthur H., Swarthmore, Pa., Prin. Preparatory Sch., 24 

Vanderslice, John P., Deceased, 1879, 





S 


Teaching, 


x6 




24 


" 


23 




4 




3 


Teaching, 


21 




3 


" 


24 


[inn.. Teaching, 


18 


Teaching, 


25 


Trained Nurse, 


I 



lort. Conn., Teaching, 


19 




7 


Teacher Nor. School, 


25 




13 




16 


Teaching, 


23 


Principal, 


2.5 




7 


Prin. Collegiate Inst.. 


23 


Teaching, 


24 



52 



WEST CHKSTER STATE NORMAL SCHOOI,. 



Name. 



Snyder, William H., 



Address. fho/ession. Taught since 

graduation. 

State Certificate. 

Oxford, Pa., Principal High Sch., 25 yrs. 



CLASS OF 1S7S. Elementary Course. 

Brooke, Ella T. (Bateman), West Chester, Pa., 

Caley, Hanuah R. (Garwood), Media, Pa., 

Castle, Ilaiiuah, Upland, Pa., Teaching, 

Castle, Harriet A., Upland, Pa., " 

Darlington, Evalena A., Idaho Springs, Col., " 

Edmunds, Mary, Deceased, 1SS9. 

Moulder, Kate R., Phcenixville, Pa., Teaching, 

Philips, Eleanor M. (Penuock), Deceased, 1888. 

Preston, Marion (Lewis), West Chester, Pa., 

Stiteler, Frances M., Anselma, Pa., Teaching, 

Wetherell, Jane J. (Bartlett), 247 N. 20th St., Phila., 

CLASS OF 1879. Elementary Course. 

Bossert, Emma K., Phcenixville, Pa., Teaching, 

Caley, Margaret R., Media, Pa., " 

Nields, Emma P. (Dugan), Bridgeport, N. J., 

Passmore. Annie J. (Swayne), Fairville, I'a., 

Peters, Sue V. (Thatcher), Village Green, I*a., 

Pyle,Emma T. (Tomlinson), Swarthmore, Pa , 

Pyle, Rachel A. (Cloud), Keunett Square, Pa., 

Whitehead, Mary F. (Durnall), West Chester, Pa., 

Woodward, Caroline C. (Cummings), West Chester, Pa., Teaching, 



Dugan, J. Howard, 
Hoffman, D. Tucker, 
Meyers, Joseph E., 
Naylor, Hartman, 
Reese, David J., 



Hazelton, Pa., Eng. and contractor, 

Phcenixville, Pa., Draughtsman, 

West Branch, Pa., Farming, 

St. George's Hall, Summit, N. J., Head Master, 
Deceased, 1882. 



CLASS OF 1880. Elementary Course. 



Baldwin. Mary H. (Prickett), Palmyra, N. J., 
Bemus, Carrie E., Atlanta, Ga., 

Briuton, Mary H., Deceased, 1894. 

Crumley, Margaretta S., Wayne, I'a., 
Kugler, Lizzie F. (Losey), Sinnamahouing, Pa 
Nelson, Mary E. (Shoch), Kelton, Pa., 
Simpson, Fannie J. (Uachmau), Durham, Pa., 
Vansant, Belle, George School, Pa., 

Verkes, I^aura (Lewis), Frederick, Md., 
Bushong, Charles H., 
Cheyney, Willis, 
Kidd, Hairy G., 
Parson, Alfred, 



124 W. 94th St., New York, 
28 W. 14th St., New York, 
Lombard, Md., 
Deceased, iSi>4. 



6J4' 



21 

5 

^% 

4 
»5 

2 

6 
19 

3 





II " 


Teacher Bapt. Col.. 


21 " 


Stenographer, 


8 " 




5 " 




18 " 


Teaching, 


19 •' 




'3 " 


Physician, 


4 " 


Optical business. 


2 " 


Prin, of Schools, 


«9 " 



State Certificate. 



McLinn, Milton, E.. 



Bloomsburg, Pa., 



Clergyman, 




Reception Room. 

Peale'S Washington on the Left and Franklin's Clock in Corner. 




A STUDENT'S Room. 





4 " 




5 " 


Teaching, 


21 " 




4'/^" 


.ve., 


4 " 




6 " 




2}^" 


Prin. Schools, 


21 " 


Supt. Schools, 


21 " 


Professor U. of M., 


13 " 


Couuty Supt., 


20 " 



WEST CHESTER STATE NORMAI. SCHOOL. 53 



Taught since 
Name. Address. Profession. graduation. 

CIvASS OF 1881. El-EMENTARY COURSE. 

Acker, Martha J., Deceased, 1S88. 

Buchanan, Elizabeth (Parker), 601 Baca St., Trinidad, Colo., 7 " 

Claflin, Alice E., Oak Lane, Phila., Stenographer, 2 " 

Daris, Leonore E-, M. D., 1747 N. Park Ave., Phila., Physician, 4 *' 

Greene, Ellen M., West Chester, Pa., Teaching, 21 " 

Greene, Mary E., " " " 21 " 

Kerns, Madge J., Devon, Pa., Asst.Bursar Bryn Mawr,i2 " 

Lewis, Elizabeth J., Deceased, 1902, 21 " 

Lynch, Ella W. (Thomas), Oxford, Pa., 

March, Alice H. (Martin), 2322 St. Albans Place, Pa., 

McFarlan, Mary P., Marshallton, Pa., 

Potts, Fannie (Crouse), Cupola. Pa., 

Schofield, Emma (Godon), Chester, Pa., 1021 Edgemont Ave., 

Turner, Ella M. (Fenn), 800 West St., Wil., Del., 

Walton,Mary D. (Swayne), West Chester, Pa., R. D. 7. 

Webb, Williamanna(Jefferis), Deceased, 1893. 

Hartney, Daniel G., Langhorne, Pa., 

Jones, Addison L., West Chester, Pa., 

Markley, Joseph S., Ann Arbor, Mich., 

Moore, G. Winfield, Ercildoun, Pa., 

CIvASS OF 1882. Scientific Course. 

Potter, Arthur W., 63 Fifth Ave., New York, Publisher, 9 

Elementary Course. 

Brinton, Floreuce E., Media, Pa., Teaching, 20 

Ferron, Maggie, Londonderry, Pa., " 16 

Groff, Lily C, Deceased, 1891, 2 

Kauflfman, R. Addie, Berwyn, Pa., Teaching, 17 
Sorber,E.Bertha ( McLeod) , 26 Taylor St., Holyoke, Mass. , 

White, Flora L., Honeybrook, Pa., Teacher Friends' C. Sch. 16 

Kirk, Sara S., 384 Jackson St., Milwaukee,Wis., Educ. Sec. Y.W.C.A. 18 

Ambler, Lewis B., 140 N. 15th St., Philada., Superintendent, 17 

Baldwin, Walter J., 201 DeKalb Av., Brooklyn,N.Y., Man. Training H. S., 11 

Green, Francis H., West Chester, Pa., Teaching Nor. Sch., 19 

Philips, Jesse E-, Jr., Worcester, Mass., Teaching, 16 

Rahn, Warren R., Ambler, Pa., Sup. Prin. of Schools, 19 

Roberts, Warner P., Yardley, Pa,, Business, 9 

Slotter, William H., Doylestown, Pa., County Supt., 20 

Wolf, Samuel F.. South Bethlehem, Pa.. Book-keeper, 2 

CLASS OF 1883. SCIENTIFIC Course. 

Markley, Joseph L., University of Michigan, Prof, of Mathematics, 11 

Tomlinson, Arthur H., Swarthmore, Pa., Prin. of Prep. Sch., 18 

Elementary Course. 

Baily, Frances J. (Brown), 1213 DeKalb St., Norristowu, Pa., i 

Bean, Kate W. (Cresmau),Sellersville, Pa.. 10 



54 



WKST CHESTER STATE NORMAI, SCHOOL. 



Name. 


Address. 


Profession. 


Ta 


ugh 


t since 








gra 


du 


ilion. 


Dauman, Martha (Miller), 313 Pearl St., Camden, N. 


J. 






syrs. 


Gallagher, Klla D., 


43 Jacoby St , Norristown, 


Pa., Teaching, 






19 " 


Griest, K- Belle, 


Guernsey, Pa., 








11 " 


Griest, Mary E., 


" •• 








9 " 


Hecht, IvClia C. (Byers), 


378 First Atc., Milwaukee 


Wis., 






9 " 


Hawxhurst, Mary W. (Tyson), Flora Dale, Pa., 








4 " 


Lafferty, Anuie (Wallace), Chadd's Ford, Pa., 








4 " 


Lybraud, Addie L-, 


Deceased, 1889. 










Moore, Rettie (Brausou), 


Coatesville, Pa., 








a " 


Nevegold, Nellie (Graham), Bogota, Colombia, S. A. 


Missionary, 






7 " 


Russell, Mary C. (Eachus), Deceased, 1893. 










Walter, Mary H., 


Tradesville, Pa., 








16 " 


Baldwin, Joseph H., 


West Chester, Pa., 


Attorney at I 


aw, 




3 " 


Beyer, William H , 


Halifax, Pa., 


Clergyman, 






3 '• 


Fronefield, W. Roger, 


Media, Pa., 


Attorney at I 


aw. 




3 " 


Joues, Samuel L-, 


Easton, Pa., 


Teacher Bus. 


Col., 




19 " 


Musselman, Edwin R., 


Lansdale, Pa., 


Banking, 






13 " 


Priest, W. Edwin, 


Qoi French St., Washington, D. C, Teacher High Sch. 


17 " 


Smith, A. Thomas, 


Mansfield, Pa., 


Principal Nor. Sch., 




18 " 



State Certificate. 



Ommereu, John V., 



Quakertowu, Pa., 



Attorney at Law, 



CLASS OF iJ 



Elementary Course. 



Bedford, Sara P., 
F^iscnhower, Lydia E., 
Evans, Amelia (Hague), 
Hoopes, Sara S. (Taube), Deceased, 1899. 
Keene, Annie W. (Bushong), Deceased, 1894. 
Knerr, Clara E., Birchrunville, Pa., 

McAfee, Florence A. (Moore), West Vincent, Pa 
Mayham, Eloise(Hulley), Lewisburg, Pa.. 
Poole, M. Lizzie, Deceased, 1893. 

Sullivan, Annie C, Jenkintowu, Pa., 

Walsh, Agnes G. (Bartram), Caauau, Conn., 
Yonker, Hannah (Allen), 4932 Pasadena Ave 
Beerbower, A. Lincoln, Cripple Creek, Col. 



West Chester, Pa., Asst. Librarian, 

876 Broad St., Newark, N. J., Teaching, 
Deceased, 1892. 



Teaching, 



Los Angeles, Cal., 
Broker, 



Cloud, Charles B., 
Custer, Ambrose L., 
Frederick. Oliver D., 
John.son, William H., 
Nuncmaker, Francis H. 
Roelofs, Richard W., 
Snyder, Jessie H., Jr., 



202 Kelker St., Harrisburg, 

I^highton, Pa., 

7 K. Monroe St., Chicago, 

711 N. 36th St., Phila., 

Decea.sed, 1.S88. 

Cripple Creek, Col,, 

Lansdale, Pa., 



Teaching, 

Superv. Principal, 

Teaching, 

P. R. R. Office, 

Mining, 
Teaching, 



8 ' 

16 ' 

5 ' 
3X' 

11 ' 

6 • 

9 • 
I ' 

18 • 
18 • 
'5 ' 



18 



CLASS OF 1885. Scientific Course. 



Acker, Martha J., 
Benner, Henry, 
Beyer, Williiim H. 
Jones, E. G., 



Deceased, 1888. 
Deceased, 1901. 
Halifax, Pa., 
Deceased, 1885. 



Clergyman, 



WEST CHESTER STATE NORMAL SCHOOI,. 



55 



Name, 



A ddress. 



Profession. 



El,EMENTARY COURSE. 

Crumley, Elizabeth C. (Neal), Riverside, N. J., 

Gibson, Alice M. (Shepherd), S. River St., Wilkesbarre. 

Griest, Florence (Michener), Guernsey, Pa., 

Hall, Mary A. (Ambler), Cheyney, Pa., 

Hough, Clara E-, Larangeiras, Brazil, S. A., Teaching, 

Mathias, Anne, Chalfont, Pa., 

Passraore, Phoebe, (Taylor), Malvern, Pa., 



Taught since 
graduation. 



10 yrs. 
5 " 



Roberts, Irene, 
Smedley, Emma M., 
Storey, Myra W., 
Trapp, Edith M., 
Worrall, Mary E., 



Ardmore, Pa., 
Deceased, 1887, 
New London, Pa., 
Bethlehem, Pa., 
Deceased, 1886. 



Teaching, 



Way, Mabel E. (Darlington), 3134 Clifford St., Phila., 

White, Alice, 15th and Race Sts., Phila., Teaching, 

Carr, John M., Freeland, Pa., Attorney at Law, 

Hillegas, Jacob B., 413 SwedeSt., Norristown, Pa., " " 

Johns, J. R., 1938 S. i2th St. Phila., Physician, 

Lichty, David M., Ann Arbor, Mich., Instr. U. of M., 

Weisel, Elmer P., 700 Walnut St., Phila., Bank Clerk, 

Wonsetler, Frank B., Norristown. Pa,, Insurance Manager, 

State Certificate. 



3 

14 " 



Sten. and Bookkeeper, 4 



4/2" 
17 " 

9 " 
17 •• 



Bevan, James J., Mauch Chunk, Co'y Superintendent, 17 '' 

CLASS OF 1886, Scientific Course. 

Lodge, Susan C, 1720 Arch St., Phila., Prin. Collegiate Inst., 17 " 

Elementary Course. 



Boorse, Elizabeth A., 
Conard, Sara A., 
Eshleman, Laura, 
Evans, Sara C, 
Fox. Mary E-, 
King. Eleanor S. (Wheel 
Long, Helen, 
Ogden, Lizzie F. (Smith) 
Reed, Mary E., 
Roberts, Laura E., 
Scarborough, Annie C, 
Worth, Hannah M., 
Kulp, William V., 
Stover, Isaiah M., 
Wheeler, George, 



Norristown, Pa., 

Ogontz, Pa., Teaching, 

Fagg's Manor, Pa., " 

Westchester, Pa., 

Deceased, 1890. 
er), 3206 Columbia Ave., Phila., 

Girard College, Phila., Teaching, 

, Mansfield, Pa., 

Jeffersonville, Pa., 

Deceased, 1887. 

Wrightstown, Pa„ Teaching, 

Monte Vista. Col., 

Milliken Bros., 11 Broadway, N. Y. Civil Engineer. 

Cedars, Pa., Farming, 

2306 Columbia Are., Phila., Prin. Blaine School, 



CLASS OF 1887. Scientific Course. 



Johnson, William H. 
Lichty, David M., 



711 N. 36th St., Phila., 
U. of M., Ann Arbor, 



P. R. R. Office, 
laatructor. 



9 
16 ' 

13 ' 
5 ' 
4 ' 
3 ' 

16 ' 
6M' 

14 ' 



13 " 



56 WEST CHESTER STATE NORMAI. SCHOOI,. 



Name. Address. Pto/ession. Taught since 

graduation. 

Elementary Course. 

Cornwell, Mnry E., 548 Neville St., Pittsburg, Pa., Sec. Alinda Col. P. Sch., 8 yrs. 

Eachus, Jeunie T. (Jacksou), Lansdowne, Pa., 3 " 

Good, Kleauor T., West Grove, Pa., Teachinc> 15 " 

Harley, Lizzie (Williams), Royersford, Pa., 6 •' 

Mahoney, Regiua M. S., 404 S. Broad St., Phila., Pa., Teaching. 14 " 

Molony, Adele M., Deceased, 1891, 14 " 

New Wn, Esther A., 408 S. Hill St., Los Angeles, Cal., Bookkeeper, 9 " 

Perry, Cora R., Kagleville, Pa., i " 

Potts.JennieV. (Gatchell), Coatesville, Pa., 2 " 

Pyle, Laura (Nichols), Ackley, la., 8 " 

Riehl, Annie M. (Arnold), 24 2nd St., N. E.. Wash., D.C., 2 " 

Smith, Elsie v., Lambert ville, N. J., Teaching, 9H" 

Sweeny, Mary (Elliott), Wilmington, Del., 5 " 

Thomson, Hattie, 213 N. Olive St., Media, Pa., Teaching, 15 " 

Way, Willa M , West Chester, Pa., " 15 " 

Weikel, Mary K., (Hawthorn) , Norristown, Pa., " 6J5" 

Welsh. Mary H. (Adler), 149 Manhattan Ave., N. Y., 3 " 
Detwiler, Warren H., Hatboro, ITof. of Hist, & Eco.in N.E.M.Tr.Sch.Phila.12 " 
Ehl, J. Morris, Philadelphia, Pa., In Post Office. 
Mearns, Robert W., Kort Sheridan, 111., Captain U. S. Army. 

CLASS OF 1888. Elementary Course. 

Bernard, Angle C. (Morrison), Andalusia, Pa., 8J4" 

Castle, Elizabeth (Coe), 6082 Reinhart St., Phila., Pa., n " 
Ely, Hattie, Yardley, Pa.. Stu.M.S.Col.,Tr'nt'ii,N.J. 8 ' 

Goshen, AHne M., Peru, Neb., Priu. Model Sch., 9^4" 

Ganster, Rosa M,, 107 S.Grosvenor Av., Dayton, O., Teaching, 13 " 

Haley. Meta T., Birmingham, Ala., Dentist, 2 " 

Hurst, Annie (Hartzler), 48 Garrison St., Bethlehem,Pa., 3 " 

Jacobs, Alice (Canizares), Wayne, Pa., 5 " 

Jadwin, Anne (McMillan), iioSalem Av.,Carbondale, Pa., 4 " 

Knoche, Lillie (Martlatt), 35S Richmond Av.,Buffalo,N.Y., 5 " 

Morgan. Mary L.(Heister), Lancaster, Pa., 9 " 

Person, Kttie (Pennock), Chestnut Level, Pa., I '' 

Pyle, Mary A. (DavoU), Caro, Mich., 8 " 

Reynolds, Minnie R. (Paucoast), Marple, Pa., 4 " 

Smith, Annie L. (Vernon), Media, Pa., 4 " 

Smith, Adelia A., 71st St. & Woodland Av, Phila., Teaching, 14 " 

Valentine, Itasca, Decea.sed, 1893, 4 " 

Weinberger, Ella S., Doylestown. Pa., Teaching, 8 " 
Kistlcr, Milton, 6 W. 22ud St., New York, DcWitt Clinton H. Sch., 7 " 

Rex, HrankC., N. Y., care of Austin, Nichols & Co.. Business, 9 " 

CLASS OF 1889. Elementary Course. 

Chri.stmas, Ida M., 1999 Kdna Av., Scranton, Pa., Teaching, 13 " 

Darlington, Alice T., 3017 Osceola St., Denver, Colo., " %%" 

Ehl, Laura L (I'luck), Myerstowu, Pa., 2 " 

Ei.senhart, Clara, Fort Washington, Pa., Teaching. u " 

Ely, Helen H., Park Av. I'riends' Sch., Bait., Md., Teaching, 13 " 

Pulton,Matilda(Min8haU), Strafford, Pa., 3 " 




A Corner of the Library. 




The Chapel. 



WEST CHESTER STATE NORMAI^ SCHOOr,. 



57 



Name. 



Address. 



Profession. 



Hagerty, Clara, Plumsteadville, Pa., 

Hambleton, Annie E.. Goshen, Pa., 

Hoopes, I,inda K. (Haines), West Chester, Pa., 

Jones, Esther G. (Widdicombe), Phoenixville, Pa., 

Lewis, Marion (Anson), Norristown, Pa.. R. D. 2, 

Mendenhall, M.Lydia (Loller), New Albany, Pa., 

Mood, Henrietta, 

Morris, Mary, 

Neitz, Sara (Chubb), 

Ozias, Carrie J., 

Prendergast, E. Daisy, 

Rich, I.illian (Flowers), 

Tencate, Frances J., 

Weinberger, Laura S., 

Whitehead, Anna 1,., 



Taught since 
graduation. 

4 yrs. 
7 " 



Bierley, Samuel J., 
Borneman, Harry S 
Brecht, G. K., 
Emrey, A. J., 
Pyle, WillardR.. 
Senseuig, Barton, 



Deceased, 1897, 




2 


Line Lexington, Pa., 


Student, 


8 


6214 Paynton St., Germaut'n 


, Phila., 


5 


Richland Centre, Pa., 


Teaching, 


7 


Scranton, Pa., 


" 


13 


Edge wood. Pa.. 


" 


7 


Nellore, India, 


" 


9 


Doylestown, Pa., 


" 


9 


Stoughtou, Ma.ss., 


" 


ID 


•gg), Baltimore, Md., 


Park Ave. Friends Sch. 


8 


Newton Hamilton, Pa., 




5 



1220 Ste. Girard Bklg., Phila. 
Norristown, Pa., 
163 N. 15th St., Phila., 
Bedford Park, New York, 
Mt. Airy, Phila., 



Attorney at Law, 

Prin. Campbell Sch., 

Teaching, 

Deaf and Dumb Inst., 



CLASS OF 1890. Elementary Course. 



Brown, Jennie E-, Pleasant Grove, Pa., 

Comly, Anna M., Maple Glen, Pa., 

Davis, Annie J., W. Conshohockeu, Pa., 

Foulke, Bertha M. (Martindale), West Chester, Pa., 

Hayden, Anuie F., Deceased, 1892. 

Kemery, Kate, Mahanoy City, Pa., 

Kemp, Eflie (Hudson), Templeton, Cal., 

Mendenhall, Clara (Wilson), Toughkenamon, Pa., 

Miller, Ada B. (Myers), 1299 Franklin Ave., New York City, 

Rath, Elizabeth S., Deceased, 1895. 

Ritchie, Helen V. (Fetter), 2429 Broad Ave., Altooua, Pa. 

Rippman, Clara (Thompson), 2523 W. 3d St., Chester, Pa., 

Steele, Elizabeth D., Swarthmore, Pa., 

Stone, Loraine (McKinstry), West Chester, Pa., 

Smith, Anna B., (Eshleman), Parkesburg, Pa., 



Taylor, Virginia, 
Tyson, Sara, 
Anderson, Robert, 
Clough, Fred M., 
Delp, William S., 
Farrell, William L., 
Hartline, Daniel S., 
Koons, Ulysses S., 
Leatherman, J. Kirk, 
McKinstry, E. L-, 
Mensch, A. B., 
Philips, Walter L., 
Scarborough, Henry W., 
Snyder, Daniel G., 



ROHnd Hill, Va., 
Lansdale, Pa., 
West Chester, Pa , 
New Albany, Pa., 
Moorestown, N. J., 



Teaching, 


II 


" 


9'A' 




4 ' 




2 ' 


Teaching, 


12 ' 




7 ' 




3 ' 


City, 


8 ' 




5 ' 


i-> 


4 ' 


Teaching, 


10 ' 


Reporter, 


3 ' 




2 ' 


Teaching, 


12 ' 



Teacher Nor. School, 12 

Clergyman. 

Prin. Friends' School, 11 



49-51 Wells Bldg., Wilkesbarre, Pa., Real Estate, 



Bloomsburg, Pa., 
416 Harrison Bldg., Phila. 
Doylestown, Pa., 
West Chester, Pa., 
Skippack, Pa., 
West Chester, Pa., 
522 Walnut St., Phila., 
West Chester, Pa., 



Teacher, S. N. S., 
Attorney at Law, 



Reporter. 
Teaching, 



Attorney at Law, 
Dentist, 



4 
7 • 



58 



WICST CIIESTKR STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. 



Name. 

Teuuy, iloward R., 
Ycrkes, Frank E., 



A ddress. 

Deceased, 1899. 
Ambler, Pa., 



Pto/cssion. 



I'hysiciau, 



Taught since 
S'adiiatioH. 



CLASS OF 1891. Elementary Course. 



nioxham, Mary E-, 
Uooth, Laura E-, 
llrooiuall, Laura B., 
Uutler Elizabeth R., 
Campbell, Nellie R.. 
Casselberry, H. Minuie, 



Verona, N. J., 
Booth's Corner, Pa., 
Cheyney, Pa., 
2127 Green St., Phila. 
West Chester, Pa., 
Doylestown, Pa., 



Teaching. 



Teaching, 



Conley, Martha D. (Bright), Lansdale, Pa., 



Coulston, Frances C, 
Ely. Sarah C, 
Embree, Tacie C, 
Grove, Clara C, 
Hecht, Mary Z., 
Hulme, Emily (Cooke), 
Kliue, Bessie (Swan), 



Coushohockeu, Pa., 
Newtown, Pa., 
Marshallton, Pa., 
Coatesville, Pa., 
212 Douglas St., Reading, Pa. 
Herington, Kau., 
Coushohocken, Pa., 
Kratz.Berth.i V.(William.s), Kiverton, N. J., 
Larkin, Caroline (Osborne), 231 E- 5th St., Chester, Pa , 
LaRue, Laura Z. (Brooks), Glenoldeii, Pa., 
Mercer, Estelena H., West Chester, Pa., 

Moore, Su.san L. (Dixon), Lehighton, I'a., 
Moore, Ruth E-, Cochrauville, Pa., 

Ogilen, AlenaM.(Pliilips), West Chester, Pa., 
Rakcstraw,Gertrude(Brintou), Christiana, Pa., 



Rorer, Mary W., 
Sharpless. Elizabeth R., 
Snyder, S. Irene, 
Strode, Amy, 
Watson, Mary li.. 
Way, Florence B., 
Aiken, J. Charles, 
Babb, Maurice J., 
Beyerle, George F., 
Brecht, S. K., 
Davis, Harry A., 
Knaucr, Philip S., 
Rol)erts, Charles C, 
Slough, W. C, 
Weinberger, J. Howard, 



II yrs. 



7X"' 
8 •• 



43 W. Logan St.,Gcrmantown. Pa 
West Chester, Pa., 
Lykens, Pa., 
Coatesville, Pa., 
Bristol, Pa , 
25 Rue Cambou, Paris, 
Berwyu, Pa., 
State College, Pa., 
So Erie Co. Bank Bldg., Buffalo, N. Y., Real Estate. 
647 Haws .\ve.,Norristown,Pa., Teaching, 
1321 nth Ave., Altoona. Pa., Att'y at Law, 
49 Westmin.ster St. .Providence, R. I., Civil Engineer, 
West Chester, Pa., Chemist, 

Worcester, Pa.. Student, 

36 W. ii6th St., N. Y., Civil Engineer, 







5 ' 






4 " 






4Ji" 






9 " 






5 " 


Teaching, 




11 " 
4 " 


Teaching, 




9 " 

7 " 
3 " 


.Pa., Teacli 


iug. 


11 " 


Student, 




9 " 


Teaching, 




11 " 
lO " 
10 " 


Student, 




4 " 


Instr. DcLa 


ncey Sch., 


9 " 


Teaching, 




8 " 



CLASS OF 1892. Scientific Course. 

Beyerle George A.. So Erie Co. Bank Bldg, Buffalo, N. Y., Real Instate. 

Rex, Frank A., New York, Business, 



Battin, Cora B., Colorado Springs, Colo 

Carver, Anna B. (Windlc) Southampton, Pa., 
Channel, Ilcssic, West Chester, Pa.. 

Daniels, Estella, Modena, Pa., 

Ermold, Sarah E., Norristown, Pa., 



Elementary Course. 

Teaching, 
Teaching, 



Teaching. 



WEST CHESTER STATE XORMAI, SCHOOL. 



59 



Name. 



Address. 



Profession. 



Taught since 
graduation. 



Faulkner, Mary, 
Fetters, Mary I<.. 
Haydeu, Minerva, 
Johnson, Alberta, 
Johnson. Mattie (Ely) 
Kerns, Mary B., 



324 Cherry St., Norristown, Pa., Teaching. 

Malvern, Pa., R. D. 2, Teaching, 

Bryn Mawr, Pa., " 

Eerwyn. Pa., " 

Guyencourt, Del., 

Cain, Pa., 

Kendall, Rosalie (Sheesley), 1507 Market St., Harrisburg, Pa., 
l,ewis, Mary R. (Paschall), Newtown .Square, Pa., 
Moore, Alice B. (Wood), Linwood, Pa., Teaching, 

Broomall, Pa., " 

West Chester, Pa., 

3315 ^ - 31st Ave., Denver, Colo., 

Tidioute, Pa., 

770 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, C, Teacher, Gymnasium, 



McCullough, Anna, 
Pierce, Lillian, 
Slack, Sue V. (Malone), 
Smutz, Emma A., 
Wollaston. Caroline M. 
Barr, Sherman S., 
Briudle, George W., 
Brinton, Howard F., 
Hartley, A. Dempsey, 
Huntsman, Oweu B., 
Jones, Benjamin W., 
Ludy, Robert W., 
Meschter, Charles K , 
Sullivan, Mark F., 
Way, M. Warren, 



Pine Grove, Pa., Law Student, 

Chambersburg, Pa , Teaching, 

West Chester, Pa., Law Student, 

Pottstown, Pa., R. D. 3, Teaching, 

Lakewood, N. J., Tutor, 
Doe Run, Pa., 

Hotel Elberon, Atlantic City, N. J., Physician, 

Pennsburg, Pa., Teacher PerkiomenSch. 

Boston, Mass., Journalist. 

Haverford, Pa., Student. 



7 



3K" 
5 " 
4 " 



CLASS OF 1S93. Scientific Course. 



Roberts, Charles C, 



West Chester, Pa. 



Chemist, 



Elementary Course. 



Adams, Mrs. C. Anna, 
Beitler, Lelia O., 
Bertolette, Anna V., 
Bradley, Mary E., 
Cam, Alice B., 
Clark, Maud R., 



West Chester, Pa., 

707 Marshall St., Phila., 

Deceased, 1898. 

423 Boas St., Harrisburg, Pa., 

Fort Washington, Pa., 

2416 Girard Ave, Phila., 



Clark. Roberta S. (Davis), Altoona, Pa., 
Detwiler, Florence (Edwards), Norristown, Pa., 
Dillman, Augusta Thomas, Mahanoy City, Pa., 



Collamer, Pa., 
Catasauqua, Pa., 
Friends' School, Phila., 
Hoyt. Pa., 

McAllisterville, Pa., 
Honey brook. Pa., 



Foulke. Elizabeth M., 

Frederick. M. Elizabeth 

Futhey, Martha M., 

Grater, Bessie, 

Harshberger, Anna, 

Hughes. Bessie L., 

Irwin, Alice I. (Shaffer), Essex, Conn., 

Jackson, Anna R., Kelton, Pa., 

Jackson, Electra, Deceased, 1&98. 

Keech. Jessie R. (Rogers), 3142 Euclid Ave., Phila 

Kemp, Eva L., Croton, N. J., 

Knight, Emma T., Br>-n Mawr, Pa., 

Leigh, Elizabeth M., Atlantic City, N. J., 

Lewis, Emma I., Yeagertown, Pa., 



Teaching, 

Teaching, 

Teaching, 
Teaching, 



Teaching, 

Student, 

Teaching, 



9 
9 ' 

3 ' 
7 * 
9 ' 
9 ' 

4 ' 
3K' 
9 ' 
4 ■ 

4 ' 

7 ' 
9 " 
9 ' 

5 ' 

2 " 

5 " 

3 " 

4 " 
9 " 

8 •■ 

9 " 
9 • 



6o 



WEST CHESTER STATE NORMAI, SCHOOL. 



Name. 

Leymel, Amelia, 

Lilly, Auua B., 

Mac.Mullnn, Cornelia, 

Martiu, Sara V.., 

Mather, I-Ula J., 

MacDenald, Kdith I,., 

Miller, Sophie R., 

Morse, Minuie E., 

Miirken, Mathilde M. (MncUouald), 67S Decatur St. 

Murphy, Kathariue K-, Ashbourne, Pa., 

Ruth, M. Ella, Ambler. Pa., 

Scott, Mary A. (Rothrock), Harveyville, Pa. 

Scully, Klla (Slack), Penn's Park, Pa., 

Smedley, Lucy Irene, West Chester, Pa., 

Smith, Hauua K. (Heller), Lansdale, Pa., 

Stradliug, Louisa (Kreemer), West Chester, Pa., 



Address. Profession. Taught 

gtadua 
307 Northampton St., Wilkesbarre, Pa., Teaching, 



Lansdowne, Pa., 
South Orange, N. J., 
Berwyn. Pa., 
Bryn Mawr, Pa., 
Oxford, Pa., 
Saegersville, Pa., 
Doylestown, Pa., 



Teaching, 

Teacher High School, 

Teaching, 



Teaching, 
Brooklyn, N. Y., 

Director of Music, 
Teaching, 



Teaching, 



Tomliuson. Sara L., 

Trapp, Bessie E., 

Wager, Abigail C, 

Watttrau, Charlotte A. 

Windle, Florence, 

Woodward, Laura E,, " 

Worstall, Virginia, " 

Yerkcs, Lauretta J. (Hillj.Markham, Pa., 

Butler, Ralph, 

Bye, Frank P., 

Clymer. Harvey M.. 

Kmbree, John G., 

Hankiuson, Frank, 



Wilmington, Del., 

Toms River, N. J., 

609 Haws Av.,Norr)stown,Pa., 

89 S. Wyoming St.,HazeUon,Pa., 

West Chester, Pa., 



Teacher Girls' H. Scb., 
Teaching, 



Student, U. of P., 



Phila., Pa., Physician, 

Priu. Darlington Sem., 



Heaton, Norman L., 
Heberliug, James S., 
Kauffman, William C, 
Longaker, D. Brower, 
Moyer, J. Ambrose, 
Moyer, Meuno S., 
Taylor, John P., 
Walters, George W., Jr., 
Woodward, Charles S., 



1829 Chestnut St., 

West Chester, Pa. 

Phoeni.wille, Pa., 

San Jacinto, Masbnte, I'hilippine Islands, Teaching, 

Reading, Pa., Teacher High Sch., 

92 W. 2d Ave., Columbus, O., Business, 

Redington, Pa., Supt. Carter Jr. Rep. 

New Hope, Pa., Teaching 

Ogonlz, Pa., Cheltenham Academy, 

Perkins Hall, Cambridge, Mass., Asst. Harv. I'niv., 

114 Stanbridge St , Norristown, Pa., Student, 

Goshenville, I'n., Teaching, 

Deceased, 1902, 

507 N. Tioga St., Ithaca, N.Y. .Teaching, 

St.\te Certificate. 



since 
lion. 
gyrs. 
9 " 

8 " 

9 " 
9 " 
9 " 
7 " 

9 " 

5 



Watters, Leon H., Media, Pa., Principal of Schools, 9 

CLASS OF 1894. Elementary Course. 

Ashbridge, Lucy H., We.st Chester. Pa., Teaching. 8 

Atkiuson, Mary (Pyle), Unionville, Pn., 6 

Baily, M. Adcle (I)allctt), Cheyuey, Pa., 6 

Blaker, Matilda (WocKlman). Morriiville, Pa., a 

Brower, Lillic C, (Wagoner), Spring City, Pa.. 3 

Bullock, Enimarene, Corinne, Pa.. Teaching, 8 

Burke, Florence V., Coatesville, Pa.. " 8 

Carr, .M. Margaret, Drlfton, Pa., 6 

Carter, Marielma (VVorrell), Lansdowne, Pa., 3 



I 



WEST CHESTER STATE NORMAI, SCHOOI,. 



6i 



Name. 



A ddress. 



Profession. 



Taught since 
graduation. 



Chalfant, Florence, 665 W. Chestnut St., Lancaster, Pa., 

Cornwell, Ada W., West Chester, Pa., Teacher Nor. School, 

Cowan, Lulu M. (Weaver), Coatesville, Pa., 

Darlington, Ella C, West Chester, Pa., Teaching, 

Dewitt, Elsie F., n S. River St., Wilkesbane, Pa., " 



Eisenberg, Ella (Hartley), Pottstown, Pa., R. D. 3, 
Ellwanger, Emma L,., Phcenixville, Pa., 
Felty, Mabel (Channell), Tower City, Pa., 



Teaching, 



Frederick, Anna C, 
Frederick, Elmira, 
Gilch, Lidie, 
Hazleton, Sarah A., 
Hellyer, Grace E., 
Hughes, Anna R., 
Jackson, Martha P., 
Johnson, M. Edna, 
Kervey, Elinore B., 
Kirkbride, H. F^mnia, 
Kirkpatrick, Bessie, 
Knapp, Florence, 
Lawrence, Irene A., 
Linton, Lizzie, 
Linton, Anne, 
Ludy, Cora B., 
McCanua, Gertrude K 
McCartney, Lulu, 
McCracken, Mary, 



Pottstown, Pa., 
Kulpsville, Pa., 
Atlantic City, N. J., 
Mullica Hill, N.J., 
Penn's Park, Pa., 
Ardnaore, Pa., 
Kelton, Pa., 
Guthrieville, Pa., 
West Chester. Pa., 
Morrisville, Pa., 
Dilworthville, Pa., 
Montgomery Square, Pa., 
Manoa, Pa., 
434 S. 40th St., Phila., 



4 yrs. 

6 " 

7 " 

7 " 

8 " 
1%" 
3 " 
8 " 
7 " 

7 " 

8 " 



Teacher Phys. Training, 6 

7 
Teaching, 8 

Student, 3 

Teaching, 8 



Elwyn Training Sch., 
Teaching, 



Boyertown, Pa., 

Deceased, 1898, 

Boothwyn, Pa., 

Twin Oaks, Pa., 
Meschter, Nora (Kriebel), Worcester, Pa., 
Miller, Edith M., 135 North St., Bethlehem, Pa 

Moffit, L. Adelaide, Richland Centre, Pa., 

Moore, Carrie (Dague), Parkesburg, Pa,, 
Morgan, Anna (Shaeffer), 652 Haws Ave., Norristown, Pa., 
Rakestraw, Marion (Jones), 5301 Master St., Phila., Pa., 
Rice, Maude (Longaker), Ogontz, Pa., 
Senseuig, Anna, 
Smedley, Bessie M., 
Suplee, A. Elizabeth, 
Way, Fannie S., 
White, M. Charlotte, 
Wildman, Catharine, 
Wildman, Esther L-, 
Wynn, Esther J., 
Anders, Warren Z., 
Bauer, Irwin B., 
Beidler, H. Horace, 
Burlew, George, 
Darlington, Henry, 
Dewees, George S., 
Luft, George C, 
McCracken, George, 
Neitz, John D., 
Seipt, Allen A., 
Walter, Frank K., 
Wendel, Conrad, 



Teaching, 
Student, Cornell, 



Teaching, 



Wayne, Pa., 




Teacher High Pchool, 


8 


West Chester, Pa., 




Teaching, 


8 


Coatesville, Pa., 




" 


8 


Hamorton, Pa., 




" 


8 


Bethlehem, Pa.. 




'■ 


8 


1509 Girard Ave., Phila. 


, Pa., 


Friends' Sch., Germ't'n, 


, 8 


1607 Race St., Phila., 




Trained Nurse, 


3 


West Chester, Pa., 






5 


Trappe, Pa., 




Physician, 


I 


Bally, Pa., 




Teaching, 


5 


Lansdale, Pa., 




" 


8 


1424 13th Ave., Altoona, 


, Pa., 




4 


Moscow, Idaho, 




Univ. of Idaho, 


2 


West Chester, Pa., 




Attorney at Law. 




Bernville, Pa., 




Teaching, 


8 


114 Summit St., Ithaca, 


N.Y. 


, Student, Cornell, 


6 


Columbia, Pa., 






4 


Worcester, Pa., 




Student, 


I 


Point Plea.saut, Pa., 




Teaching, 


S 


201 E- Hemlock St., Hazelton 


1, Pa., 


5 



62 WEST CnKSTER STATE NORMAI< SCHOOL. 

Name. Address. Profession. Taught since 

graduation. 

State Certificate. 

Power, Mary F., Hopkintou, Mass., Teaching, Syrs. 

Kreemer, Samuel I., West Chester, Pa., Teacher High Schocl, 6 " 

CIvASS OF 1895. Scientific Course. 

l-'rederick, Oliver D., 7 K. Monroe St., Chicago, 111., 15 " 

Hnukinson, Frank, Reacliug, Pa., Teacher High Sch., 9 " 



EIvEmentary Course. 



Bennett, K. Ella, Rreadysville, Pa., Teaching, 7 

Bitters. Heulah P. (Doan), Buckingham Valley, Pa., 4 

Blair, Martha (Ileilmau), 876 Highland Ave.,Overl>rook, Phila., 4 

Bready, Hannah J., Willow Grove, Pa., Teaching, 7 

Brosius, Florence R., West Grove, Pa., 2 

Brough,S. F;iizabeth(Hartman), Richland Centre, Pa., 6 

Cheyuey, Mabel R., Cheyney, Pa., Teaching, 7 

Clauder, Anna C, Bethlehem, Pa., " 7 

Dannakei, Unity R., Wayne, Pa., " 7 

Darlington, Kvalina H., West Chester, Pa., " 5 

Davie, Ethel M., 131 St. James Place, Atlantic City, N. J., Teaching, 7 

Davis, Caroline M. (Lewis), Atglen, Pa., 3 

F;ise!ibrey, I,aura;B. (Meschter), Perkiomen Sem., Peun.sburg, Pa., 2 

Fetters, Anna B. (Slack), Richboro, Pa., 2 

Fronefield, l^eila M., Wayne, Pa., Teaching, 7 

Griffith, Mary V.., West Chester, Pa., Student, 2 

Gunklc, Jessie V. (McLaughlin), Lansford, Pa., 5 

Heaton, Rebecca M. (Krwiii), Willow Grove, Pa., 7 

Heller, M. Ella, Tobyhnnna, Pa., Teaching, 7 

Hemphill. F;iizat)eth A.. 720 Harvey Av., Wellington, Kan., " 4 

Johnson, Gertrude S., Hulmeville, Pa., " 4 

l<app. FUta N., Malvern, Pa., 2 

l.,eahy, Mary E., F^dge Hill, Pa., Teaching, 3 

Liggett, Sara G., West Chester, Pa., " 7 

Lloyd, Anne D. (Dayton), Dunellen, N. J., 5 

Looniis, Sarah R., Spring City, Pa., " 6 

MncDonald, F^. Jennie, Oxford. Pa., " 7 

Markley, Jennie L., Millersburg, Pa., " 5 

Mildren, Nan L., Atlantic City, N. J., " 6 

Miller, Canuie R., DuHois, Pa.. " 7 

Moore, Alice (Hottle), 442 Queen Lane, Germ't'n, Phila., 5 

Moses, Maude v., West Chester, Pa., 2 

Pearson, Mabel D., Lionville, Pa., 6 

Pechtn, Ann W., Kiug-of-Prussia, Pa., " 7 

Powell, Mary A., 231 Diamond Av.,HazIeton, Pa., " 5 

Piisey, Anna W., Unionville, Pa., 3 

Pyfer, B. Catharine, iSoo Arch St., Phila., Teaching, 6 

Kamsey,BerthaH.( Webb), West Chester, Pa., 3 

Robothani, Edith, 120 .S. 33rd St., Phila., Pn., Teaching, 7 

Rogers, Anna 1). (Huzzard), iioi Sununerfield Av.,A8bury I'ark, N. J., 3 

Schroe<lcr, Julia, Norristown, Pa., Teaching, 6 

Seal, Iva A. (Thompson), Woman's Med. Col., Phila., Stiidejit, 3 



WEST CHESTER STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. 



63 



Name. 



A ddress. 



Projession. 



Seibert, Carrie A. (Gillingham), West Chester, Pa., 

Sinedley, Martha, Oxford, Pa., Teaching, 

Sraedley, Susan, West Chester, Pa., " 

Snyder, Mary E. (Miller), Hoagland, Ind., 

Sweney, Carrie M., West Chester, Pa,, " 

Turner, Nellie (Raudle), 22d and Providence Ave., Chester, Pa., 



Turner, Flora B., 
Urner, Jean B., 
Wetherill, Maude E. 
Williams, Nellie L-, 
Wilson, M. Emma, 
Bushong, Jacob, 
Butler. J. Edgar, 
Campbell, Willard S 
Conley, Eli P., 
Gettel, Daniel R., 
Hartman, Joseph M. 
Heckler, Howard E. 



Kotz, Harry A., 
Laudis, Henry G., 
Pike, William S., 
Reuninger, Warren V>., 
Ruth, Leonard M., 
Sensenig, Heber, 
Sterner, Ira I., 
Sterner, Christopher C, 



Taught sinre 
graduation. 

5 yrs 

6 " 

5 " 

6 " 

7 " 

2 " 

7 " 

7 '• 

7 " 

7 " 

7 " 



Berlin, Pa., Teaching, 

Spring City, Pa., " 

Narberth, Pa., 

Yerkes, Pa., " 

Linwood, Pa., " 

Kelton, Pa., Student, 

720 Witherspoon Building, Phila., Attorney at L'^w. 
Jenkintown, Pa., Teaching, 

Coatesville, Pa., Business, 

Deceased, 1897. 

Newtown, Pa., Supervising Principal, 

46 N. i2th St., Phila., 
Heilman, Eugene A., 876Higlird Ave.,Overbrook, Phila., Sup. Prin. He.ston Sch., 
Huber, Simon G., Coatesville, Pa., Prin. High School, 

48 Chalfont St., Pittsburg, Pa., Civil Engineer, 
Lansdale, Pa., Prin. of Schools, 

Park Ave. Friends' School, Baltimore, Md., 
Zieglersville, Pa., Student, Colum. Univ., 

Wernersville, Pa., Teaching, 

W. 72nd St., N. Y., Columbia, 

Keller's Church, Pa., Computer and Compiler 

" " Teaching, 



CLASS OF 1896. Scientific Course. 



Anderson, Robert, 
Bevau, James J., 
Delp, William S., 
Hockenberry, J. C, 



West Chester, Pa., 
Mauch Chunk, Pa. 
Moorestown, N. J. 
Haddonfield. N. J., 



Teacher Normal School, 6 
County Supt., 5 

Prin. Friends' School, 5 
Supt. Schools, 4 



Elementary Course. 



Anderson, Anna, F., 

Arnwine, Sue B., 

Baker, Margai-et H., 

Baker, Mary H., 

Bevan, Ethel (Sharpless), Ward, Pa., 

Blair, Elizabeth G., Villa Nova, Pa., 

Biggins, Mary K., Atlantic City, N. J., 

Brown, Anna H. (Henry), Wayne, Pa., 

Butler, Lidie H. (Clear), Bala, Pa., 

Byerts, Edith M., 

Campbell, Florence M., 

Clark, Emma E. (Field) 

Carlin, Nellie, 

Comly, Emma T., 

Criswell, L. Ada, 

Deakyne, Sallie (McArthur), Fox Chase, Pa., 



Lansdowne, Pa., 
Hatboro, Pa., 
Chadd's Ford, Pa., 
Northbrook, Pa., 



Ambler, Pa. , 
West Chester, Pa. , 

818 S. 20th St., Phila., 
Floizrtown, Pa., 
Cochranville, Pa., 



Teaching, 



Teaching, 



64 



WEST CHESTER STATE NORMAL SClIOOl,. 



Name. 



Address. 



Duer, IvCttie, 1924 Morris St., Phila., 

Dowlin, Sara (Guernsey), Darien.Conn. 



Finley, May, 
Korsythe, Bertha, 
Goldstein, Gertrude, 
Godfrey. Bessie, 
Green, Cora F., 
Green, Aana M., 
Griffith, Margaret II., 
Gyger, Julia, 
Hambleton, M. Klsie, 
Harvey, Eva (Baldwin) 
Hibbs, Olive M., 
Hiddleson, Cilia E-, 
Houck Daisy, 
Hamilton, Ella J., 
Hughes, Anna P., 
Illick, Mary B., 



813 S. 4Sth St., Phila., 
Avondale, Pa., 
1333 Locust St. .Allegheny, Pa., 
Fort Washington. Pa., 
West Chester. Pa., R. 6, 
Horsham, Pa., 
West Chester, Pa , 
Kimberton, Pa., 
Goshen, Pa., 
West Chester, Pa., 
Hulmeville, Pa., 
Deceased, 1899, 
Bangor. Pa., 
Booth's Corner, Pa., 
Paulsboro, N. J., 
Dauphin, Pa. 



Ingram, Mary C.(Walter), Point Pleasant, Pa., 



Ingram, Sallie R., 
Johu.son, Hannah, 
Jones, Martha, 
Kcavy, Mary K-, 
Keighley, Clara, 
Keighley, X^aura, 
Knapp, Frances C, 
Kulp, M. Ella., 
Leatherman, Anna, 
Mack, Frances M., 
Mattern, Bessie T. 
McElhaney, Bertha, 
Mearns, Iva C, 
Moyer, Adele, 
Neidig, Ida E., 
Powell, Charlotte B. 
Preston, Lucille, 
Price, Mabel, 
Rees, Grace L., 
Reid, Nona, 
Robertson, Nellie V. 
Roper, Jennie B. 



West Chester, Pa., 
Brooraall, Pa.. 
Doe Run, Pa., 
West Chester. Pa., 
Landeuberg, Pa., 



Dover, Del., 

Gwynedd, Pa., 

Line Lexington, Pa., 

Falls of Schuylkill, Pa., 

West Point, Pa., 

Pencoyd, Pa., 

Calvert. Md., 

Cedars, Pa., 

Milford Square, Pa., 

Newtown Square, Pa., 

Tayloria, Pa., 

Moore, Pa., 

Aldham, Pa., 

Parkesburg, i'a., 

Carlisle, Pa., 

Slatington, Pa., 
Search, Susanna L (Hartniau), Newtown, Pa., 
•Sharpies, Mary, West Chester. Pa., 

Shearer, Tessie, " " 

Shcibley, Blanche N. (Stouesifer), 1332 Main St., Steelton, Pn., 



Shrawder, Laura K. 
Singniaster, F^lsie, 
Smith, Minnie H., 
Speaknian, Nellie C. 
Swartz, Laura E-, 
Taylor, Ada R., 
Wagner, Katherlne, 
Walter, Matilda C, 



i8ai N. Park Ave., Phila., 
Gettysburg, Pa., 
College Hall, U. of P., 
West Chester, Pa., 

Kennett Sqiiare, Pa , 
Mahanoy City, Pa., 
Moore's, Pa., 



Wjddicombe, Josephine, West Chester, Pa., 



Pio/ession. 


Taught since 




gradua 


iliott. 


Business, 




I yr. 
3yrs. 


Teaching, 




6 " 
6 " 

5 " 

6 " 


Teaching, 




6 " 
6 " 


Teaching Music 


, 


2 " 


Teaching, 




6 " 
4 " 

4 " 


Teaching, 




r, " 
3 " 


Teaching, 




6 " 
6 " 
6 " 
6 " 
2 " 


Teaching, 




4 " 
6 " 
4 " 


X 




6 " 
3 " 
3 " 
6 " 
6 '■ 
6 •• 
6 " 
5^" 
6 " 
4H" 


<• 




6 " 
5 " 
2 " 


Student Univ. 


if Mich. 


, 4 " 


Teaching, 




6 " 
6 '• 
6 " 


Indian School. 




6 " 


Teaching, 




5 " 

5 " 

6 " 
5 " 


n, Pn., 




.*) " 


Teaching, 




5 ■' 


Asst. Librarian 




5 •' 


Teaching, 




6 " 
6 " 
4 " 


Teacbing, 




6 " 
6 " 



WEST CHESTER STATE NORMAI. SCHOOI,. 



65 



Name. 

Williams, Etta., 
Wilson, C. Mabel, 
Wiutzer, Antoinette 1,., 
Woodward, Mabel, 
Worstall, Emilie, 
Yeakel, Georgie K., 
Bartholomew, Wallace E 
Bower, Abram I,-, 
Dengler, Walter E., 
Field, James H., 
Gallagher, Joseph V., 
Garrett, H. Clifford, 
Greenwood, Walter E., 
Groff, Henry C, 
Hallman, Francis H., 
Hart, C. Vincent, 
Hottle, Howard, 
Johnson, Thos. W., Jr., 
I,app, C. Leon, 
Lucas, Harrison S., 
McLaughlin, William G., 
Rahn, Norman H., 
Rosenberger, Seward ISL, 
Saylor, Harry D., 
Sensenich, Edgar H., 
Smith, J. Monroe, 
Stettler, John S., 
Vincent, Oscar A., 
Wendel, George J., 
Windle, Charles T., 
Woy, William J., 



Address. 


Profession. Taught since 




graduation. 


Markes, Pa., 


Teaching, 


6yrs. 


Downingtown, P2., 


" 


6 " 


West Grove, Pa., 




3 " 


West Chester, Pa., 






Norristown, Pa., 


Teaching, 


6 " 


.New Orleans, La., 




4 " 


Boyertown, Pa., 


Dentist, 


2 " 


Kennett Square, Pa., 


Priu. of Schools, 


6 " 


Deceased, igoi. 




3 " 


Drifton, Pa., 


Student, U. of P.. 


4 " 


Coatesville, Pa., 




4 " 


Coate«ville, Pa., 


Attorney at Law. 




Harleysville, Pa., 


Med. Dept.,U. of P., 


2 " 


Milford Mills, Pa., 


Bookkeeper, Nor. Sch., 


2 '' 


Philadelphia, Pa., 


Student, Jeff. Med. Col., 


. I " 


1324 Locust St., Phila., 


Teacher, Episc. Acad., 


6 " 


Elam, Pa., 


Teaching, 


6 " 


Lebanon, Pa., 


Engineer, 


I " 


Allegheny City, Pa., 




I " 


Lansford, Pa., 


Mining, 


3 " 


Perkiomenville, Pa., 


Physician, 


I " 


Quakertown, Pa., 


Prin. of Schools, 


6 " 


723 N. 20th St., Phila., 


Student, U. of P., 


5 " 


Merch. Nat. Bank, Phila,, 






25 Concord Square, Boston, 


State Inst. Technology, 


3 " 


Mertztown, Pa., 


Teaching, 


6 " 


Ashley, Pa., 


" 


2 " 


201 E. Hemlock St., Hazleton, Pa., Teaching, 


4 " 


Southampton, Pa., 


Teaching, 


6 " 


Chadwick, 111., 


Prin. of School*, 


6 " 



State Certificate. 



Emrey, Miles L., 



Houeybrook, Pa., 



Teaching, 



CLASS OF 1897. Elementary Course. 



Barber, Linda H. (McFarland), West Chester, Pa., 
Barr, Bertha B., Three Tuns, Pa., Teaching, 

Blanck, Jeannette M., Vinemouth, Pa., " 

Blackwood, Margaret, 60 Pitta St., New Castle, Pa., " 

Brinton, Zelda May (Flounders), 2439 Chadwick St., Phila., 



Brooke, Cora, Plymouth Meeting, Pa., 

Brown, Alma H., Narberth, Pa., 

Burke, Jessie A., Seattle. Washington, 

Carpenter, Harriet L. (Church), Mauch Chunk, Pa., 



Teaching, 



Chrisman, Jeesie T., 
Cooper, Alice L., 
Coyle, Lucy G., 
Cronin, Mary F., 
Dunn, Mary E , 
Garrison, M. Jennie, 



Coventryville, Pa., 
Linwood, Pa., 
Rushland, Pa , 
Glen Mills, Pa., 
Bryn Mawr, Pa., 
Hampton Institute, Va., 



5 " 

5 " 

4 " 

5 " 
5 " 
2 '' 

4 " 

5 " 
5 " 
5 " 
5 " 
5 " 
5 " 



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Name. 



A ddress. 



Grater, Bertha I., Ambler, Pa., 

Griffith, Florence I.. West Chester, Pa., 

Hamilton, W. Gertriule, Kastou, Pa., 

Hamilton, Bessie D.(Moor), Booth's Corner, Pa., 

Harry, Elizabeth, Willow Grove, Pa., 

Hays, Katherine Iv, White Rock, Pa., 

Hays, Mary C, " " 

Hayman, Maud, 

Holland, Mary S., 

Hoiiseal, Mal)el M., 

Jackson, Abigail. 

Keech, Linda G., 

Koons, Laura, 

Kuschke, Maude L., 

Latshaw, A. Bessie, 

Martin, Maude, 

Mast, Bessie, 

McClellan, Mary, 

McDowell, P^mma J. 

McKee, Margaret. 

McMichael, S. Ruth, 

Moore, Alice C, 

Osborne, Mattie (Smith), Sabula, Pa., 

Patton, Mabel C, Media, Pa., 

Pear-son, Olive B., Birchrunville, Pa., 

Philips, M. Elsie, Font, Pa., 

Potter, Margaret P. (Frost), 1295 Amsterdam Ave., N. Y 



Ocean Grove, N. J., 

HoHcoug, Pa,, 

Maytown, Pa., 

117 ]•;. Wash. St.. We.1t Chester, 

Spruce Grove, Pa., 

Freeland, Pa., 

Plymouth, Pa., 

Anselma, Pa., 

Octoraro, Pa., 

Mast. Pa., 

Londonderry, Pa., 

Huntingdon Valley, Pa., 

New Bloomfield, Pa., 

West Chester, Pa., 

W. Arlington, Balto., Md,, 





Taught since 


Profession. 


gtc 


dilation. 


Teaching, 






5 " 
5 " 
5 •• 
3 " 
5 - 








5 " 

3 " 

4 " 

5 " 
5 " 
5 " 
5 " 
5 " 


.Student (Cornell), 




4 " 


Teaching, 






5 " 
5 •• 
a " 

4 " 

5 •• 
5 " 
5 " 
3 " 



Teaching, 



Powuall, May f;.. 
Pretty, Nellie f:., 
Pross, M. F^mma, 
Ranck, Florence M., 
Raysor, F;sthcr W., 
Ridpath, Florence M., 
Rickard, May V., 
Ritter, Belle M., 
Rorer, Caroline R., 
Scarborough, Elizabeth B 
Shcnton, Dora D., 



Christiana, Pa., 
Upland, Pa., 
Gardenville, Pa., 
Joanna, Pa., 
Malvern, Pa.. 
Jeukintown, Pa., 
Plymouth, Pa., 
Jeffersonville, Pa., 
43 W. Logan St., Germauto'u 
, 1536 Williugtou St., Phila,, 
Slatington, Pa., 



Smith, Mabel f;. (Voorhecs), Kennett Square, I'a. 



Stevens, Mabel, 
Stiteler, M. Regina, 
Sto\it, Gertrude, 
Taylor, Margaret H., 
Taylor, Mary 
Thompson, Lidie M., 
Troub, Grace F^, 
Wack, Clara f:., 
Walter, F;milie B., 
Williams Delia H., 
Williams. Gwen, 
Williams, Mary f;., 
Wilson, Margaret B., 
Wismcr, Amanda M., 



F;!kdale, Pa., 
Gulf Mills, Pa., 
Johusvillc, Pa., 
Woodstowu, N. J., 
Go.shenville, Pa., 
West Chester, Pa., 
Honey brook, Pa., 
Wiiyne, Pa., 
Glen Riddle, Pa., 
Berwyn, Pa., 
Peckville, Pa.. 
Lansford, Pa., 
Marion, Ind., 
Wismcr I'n., 



Teach 


ug. 




5 " 
5 " 

5 " 








5 '• 
4 " 
4Ji" 

4 " 

5 " 
5 *• 
5 " 
2 " 


Teach 


"K. 




4 " 

4 " 

5 " 


Student Swarthmorc 


Co 


5 " 
.1 " 


Teach 


ng. 




5 " 
5 " 
5 •• 
5 •• 
5 " 



Teacher Nor. College, 
Teaching 



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67 



Name. 

Woodward, Atina E., 
Yardley, Auna W., 
Yarnall, Marie L. (Seu 
ZoUer, Carrie, 
Barr, Oscar O., 
Barron, Oscar, 
Bechtel, Henry M., 
Brittou, John A., 
Brough, Ambrose E., 
Campbell, Elmer S. 
Chandler, Aquila D., 
Cope, Thomas D., 
Davis, William H., 
Dcrr, Harry H., 
Dougherty, Patrick J., 
Emrey, J. Thornton, 
Fetters, George E., 
Grimm, Calvin L-, 
Heaton, Wallace D., 
Horstick, Simon W., 
Lefferts, Horace H., 
Leffler, A. E-,' 
McCord, Ira D., 
Mackenzie, William F. 
Morgan, John L., 
Moyer. Wilson R., 
Niewig, Frank C, 
Paschall, John, 
Sensenig, Wayne, 
Stiteler, C. Irwin, 
Wagner, Charles A., 
Wagner, Herbert B., 



Address. 


Ptofession. Taught since 




graduation. 


West Chester, Pa., 


Teaching, 


syrs. 


Yardley, Pa.. 


" 


5 •• 


isenich). 1729 Aberdeen St., Phila., 


3 " 


Line Lexington, Pa., 


Teaching, 


5 " 


Lafayette College, 


Student, 


5 " 


Deceased, 1899. 






3430 N. iSth St., Phila., 


Business. 




Pottstown.Pa., 


Sec'y Normal School, 


3 " 


4th & West Sts., Wilm., Del. 


, Business, 


2 " 


Bursouville, Pa., 


Teaching, 


5 " 


Minneapolis, Minn., 


Business, 




West Chester, Pa., 


Student, U. of P., 


I •• 


" 


Student, Harvard, 


4 " 


Jenkintown, Pa., 


Teaching, 


5 " 


Plain-sville, Pa., 


" 


5 " 


Bustletou, Phila., 


" 


5 " 


Malvern, R. D. 2, 


Student, Lafayette, 


I '' 


Pillow, Pa., 




4 " 


Southampton, Pa.. 


Solicitor, Banks' B. Col 


-.4 " 


Palmyra, Pa.,| 




3 " 


Southampton, Pa., 


Bookkeeper, 


3 " 


Fountain Springs, Pa., 


Teaching, 


2 " 


Marsh, Pa., 


Principal of Schools, 


5 " 


., 1043 Cherry St., Norristown, 


Pa., Business, 


3 " 


Nanticoke, Pa., 


Teaching, 


5 •' 


Dublin, Pa., 


" 


5 " 


322 N. 32d St., Phila., 


" 


5 " 



Newtown Square, Pa. 
Goodville, Pa., 
Anselma, Pa-, 
Ashbourne, Pa., 
Lafayette Hill, Pa., 



Farming, 

Med. Dept.. U. of P., 
Supt. of Schools, 
Teaching, 



State Certificate. 

Baldwin, Harriet H., West Chester. Pa., Teacher Nor. Sch. 

CLASS OF 1898. Regular Normal Course. 



Linton, Annie, 
Linton, Lizzie, 
Hallman, Francis H., 



434 S. 40th St., Phila., 
434 S. 40th St., Phila., 
Milford Mills, Pa., 



Teaching, 
Bookkeeper Nor. Sch. 



Elementary Course. 



Aaron, Delia R., 
Akers, Marie, 
Baker, Gertrude C, 
Bas.sett, Jeaunie W., 
Bateman, F^dith J., 
Bell, Katherine, 
Bone, Alice M., 
Branson, Carrie E-, 



Lansdale, Pa., Teaching, 

42 Akers St., Johnstown, Pa., " 

Hummelstown, Pa., " 
26 High St., Poltstowu, Pa., 

ReinertoH, Pa., " 

Marysville, Pa., " 

Thorndale, Pa., " 

Coatesville, Pa., " 



4 

4 ' 

4 ' 

4 ' 

4 ' 

4 ' 

4 ' 



68 



WEST CHESTKa STATE NORMAI, SCHOOI,. 



Name. 

Buchanan, Cora C, 
liunii, Harriet K., 
Burhouse, Kdua E-, 
Cartmell, Anua, 
Castle, Helen F., 
Clyraer, Flora M., 
Cox, Ada M., 
Cox, Elizabeth H., 
Crawford, Isabel, 
Darlington, Sara G., 
Davis, Ruth Y., 
Dickson, Luna H., 
Dysart, lone B., 
Etschman, August A., 
Fairlarab, Gertrude M., 



A ddtess. 



Profession. 



Teaching. 



Taught 
gtadua 



Honey brook, Pa., 
Cochranville, Pa., 

West Conshohocken, Pa., " 
476 N. Main St., Wilkcsbarre, 

Upland, Pa., " 
Tradeville, Pa., 

Booth wyn, R. D. 2. " 

Lenape, Pa., " 

Freelaud, Pa., '' 

Sharon, Pa., '* 

West Chester Pa., " 

Media, Pa., Music. 

Tipton, Pa., Teaching. 

Nazareth, Pa., " 
Media, Pa., 



Ferguson, Leta C. (Montgomery), Coleraine, Pa., 
Foulke, Helen E., West Chester, Pa., 

Funk, Emma L (Rinehart), E. Coventry, Pa., 



sK' 



3%' 



Furry. Edith M., 
Fussell, Ellen, 
Gates, Grace (Watt), 
Gates, Mary I., 
Geisdorff, Louisa, 
Griffith, Margaret H., 
Hannum, Anna L., 
Harvey, Mary A., 
Heaton, Carrie F., 
Hippie, Rachel M., 



Liouville, )'a.. Teaching, 

Media, Pa., " 
Kittanuing, Pa., 
Deceased, 1900. 

Red Lodge, Carbon Co., Mon., " 

Garrettford, Pa., " 

Colwyn,Pa., " 

Cheltenham, Pa., " 

Southampton, Pa., " 
Media, Pa 



Huddell, Elizabeth B. (Barnard), 1617 S. 15th St., Phila. 



James, Mary N., 
Jamison, Virginia R., 
Johnson, Gertrude, 
Jones, Minnie M., 
Kerr, Mary J., 
Kirk, S. Elizabeth, 
Lewis, Alice A., 
Liggett, Rebecca R., 



Ocean (Jrove, N. J., 
Jamison, Pa., 
Broomall, Pa., 
St. Peter's R. D. i. 
CoUegeville, Pa., 
Upper Darby. Pa., 
Uwchlan, Pa., 
Malvern, Pa., 



Loeffler, Erne.stiiie (Keech), Lansdowue, Pa., 
Manning, Katheriue E , West Chester, Pa., 
Mitchell. Lelia L, 



Monks, Elizabeth H., 
Owen, Lillian M., 
Pennypackcr, Alice W, 
Rile, Frances E., 
Rouse, Elizabeth L-, 
Sellers, Katharine B., 
Sh«e, Catherine, 



Clearfield, Pa., 

Keuuett Square, Pa., R. D. 3. 

Toughkeuaraon, Pa., 

West Chester, Pa., 

Blue Bell, Pa.. 

Ogoutz, Pa., 

Lansdale. Pa., 

West Chester, Pa., 



Shiffert, Elizabeth (Richards), Slatingtou, Pa., 
Sidwell,Anna R., Wilmington, Del., 

Sinclair, Edith M., Conshohocken, Pa., 

Skelton, Anuabelle, Doe Run, Pa., 

Snyder, A. Lulu, Grand Junction, Colo, 

Stiteler, Eva, Conshohocken, Pa., R, D. 



Teaching, 



yrs. 



%" 



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WEST CHESTER STATE NORMAI. SCHOOI,. 



69 



Name. 



A ddress. 



Profession . 



Taught since 
graduation. 



Stout, Ida J., 
Thompson, Elizabeth, 
Trout. Jennie R., 
Turner. Mary I,., 
Weir, Mary J., 
Weygandt, Beryl I., 
Wilbur, Claudia C, 
Wingiird, Marie E-i 
Wolf, Bessie A., 



Three Tuns, Pa., 
45 Spring St., Carbondale.Pa., 
Orwigsburg, Pa., 
Derby down, Pa., 
Tradesville, Pa., 
Slatington, Pa., 
Atlantic City, N. J.. 
Coatesville. Pa., 
Geiger's Mills, Pa., 
Woodward, Jennie G.(Noble), West Chester, Pa., R. D. 6, 
Worthingtou, Meta A. (Myers), Bristol, Pa., 
Worthington, Sophie R., Neshamiuy, Pa., 



Teaching, 



Alderfer, George C, 
Anders, Eugene A., 
Babb, Charlton H., 
Bailey, Lorin H., 
Burroughs, J. C., 
Carl, Elmer H., 
Cassel, Jesse U., 
Cathennan, Charles S., 
Darlington, Homer T., 
Davis, John R., 
Fegan, William G., 
Fowler, G. Arthur, 
Green, Sharpless D., 
Heckler, Melvin M., 
Kratz, A. Wesley, 
I<ewis, Edgar A., 
Light, Dawson W., 
Light, John H., 
Lyons, Joseph T., 
Markley, William S., 
Martin, C. Nelson, 
Miller, Orin R., 
Milns, B. Frank, 
Parsons, J. Fred, 
Philips, William P., 
Pike, Perry C, 
Seipt, Horace S., 
Seipt, Howard A., 
Sigrman, George A., 
Stetler, Isaac E., 
Stover, Warren H., 
Walleigh, Robert M., 
Wilson, S. Norman, 
Wily, J. Hunter, 
Windle, Fr«d F., 
Wolford, Samuel S., 
Woodward, Parke L-, 
Yost. Ralph E., 
Ziegler, Elmer B., 



Harleyville, Pa., 

Worcester, Pa., 

Torresdale, Phila., 

George School, Pa., 

104 Lacock St., Allegheny, Pa., 

Pennsburg, Pa., 

Eddystone, Pa., 

716 Park Ave., Baltimore, Md., 

West Chester, Pa., 

Oaks. Pa., 

Campbelltown, Pa., 

Jermyn, Pa., 

Wayne, Pa., 

Richland Centre, Pa., 

Lansdale, Pa., 

West Chester, Pa., 

Lebanon, Pa., 

Avon, Pa., 

Ashland, Pa., 

Pottstown, Pa., 

Lansdale, Pa., 

77 S. Union St., Phila., 

St. Peter's, Pa., 

Upland, Pa. , 

West Chester, Pa., 

Media, Pa., 

Worcester, Pa., 

Norristown, Pa., 

Easton, Pa., 

Wcit Grove, Pa.. 

39 W. Stalest., Trenton, N.J. 

1306 Brown St., Phila., 

Oxford, Pa., 

S. Bethlehem, Pa., 

522 Walnut St., Phila., 

Spring Mount, Pa., 

West Chester. Pa., 

Bethesda, Pa., 

Hatboro, Pa., 



Teaching, 
Student, Princeton, 
Teaching, 



Book-keeping, 
Prin. Gram. School, 

Student, Haverford, 

Law Student, 
Teaching, 



4 yrs. 

3 " 

4 " 
4 " 
4 '■ 
4 " 
4 " 
4 " 
4 " 



Business, 


2 ' 


Teaching, 


4 ' 


Clerk Broad St, Station. 




Teaching, 


4 ' 


Student. Lafayette, 


3 


Student, Haverford. 




Teaching, 




Student, Lehigh, 


3 


Student, Lafayette Col., 


, 2 ' 


Student, Lafayette Col., 


i 3 


Teaching, 


3 ' 


, Dentist, 


1 ' 


U.S.Navy Yd. .League Id 


■i% 


Student. Haverford, 


I 


Student Lehigh Univ., 


3 


Law Student, 


3 


Teaching, 


4 


Student Haverford Col. 




Teaching, 


4 ' 

4 ' 



70 



WEST CHESTER STATE NORMAI^ SCHOOI,. 



Name. Address. Profession. 

CLASS OF 1899. Scientific Course. 

Woodward, Laura K., West Chester, Pa., Teaching, 

Regular Normal Course. 



Taught since 
graduation. 



Philips, M. Elsie, 


Kont, Pa., 


Teaching, 


3 


McCrackcn, George L., 


Ithaca, N. Y., 


Student, Cornell, 


2 


l^ike. Perry C, 


Media, Pa., 


Teaching, 


2 


Stettler, John S., 


Mertztown, Pa., 


" 


2 


Wagner, Charles A., 


Ashbourne, Pa., 


Supt. Schools, 


3 


Windle, Charles T., 


Southampton, Fa., 




3 



Elementary Course. 



Anderson, Elizabeth D., 
Balthaser, Sallie, 
Bartholomew, I.iliauM., 
Bash, Kurie (Humbach) 
Bechtel, Mary D., 
Bernard, Irene M., 
Bickel Minnie M., 
Brown Geneva, 
Bull, Elsie Oleita, 
Byler, Sue C, 
Carmen, Ellen L., 



Clifton Heights, Pa., 
Hamburg, Pa., 
West Chester, Pa., 
Johnstown, Pa.. 
Jeukiutowu, Pa., 
Royersford, Pa., 
Rehrersburg, Pa., 
2561 N. 18 St., Phila. 
Delta, Pa., 

Kast Downiugtown, Pa., 
Clifton Heights, Pa., 



Teaching, 



Teaching, 



Pa. 



Carpenter, Sue M. (Yerkes), Ambler, Pa., 



Ca.se, Jennie Perrine, 
Cooper, Ethel M., 
Carter, Alice M., 
Caulfield, Rose A., 
Dawson, Janet, 
Detterline, H. Ada, 
De Wire, Anna V., 
Dudley, Helen Margaret, 



Berwyn, Pa., Teaching, 
1305 W.Sth St., Wilmington, Del., " 

NarcLssa, Pa., " 

Eiion Valley, Pa., " 

Upland, Pa., " 

Strafford, Pa., " 

Keunett Square, Pa., " 

Media, Pa., " 



Eachus, Marion (Greenwood), Coatesville, Pa., 
Egan, Kate T., Media, Pa., 

Fish, Annie B., Piueville, Pa., 

Forbe.s, Mary C, 124 Iv. io2d St., N. Y. 

Forrest, MattieC, Freeland, Pa., 

Ciallery, Mary C, Fairville, Pa., 

Cervin, Gertrude Lindsay, F^scanaba, Mich., 
Gibson, Clair W., 
Gill, Annie A., 
Godshall, Mary, 
Gore, Rel)ecca N., 
Gormerly, Katharine T 
Gray, F;iizal>eth, 



Teaching, 



4 W. Cen. Ave., Moorestown,N.J., Teaching, 
West Chester, I'a., Teaching, 

Royersford, Pa., " 

Upland, Pa., " 

New Castle, Del., " 

Avondale, Pa., " 



Hamilton, Maud G. (Guthrie), Downiugtown, Pa., 
Hamilton, Sara M., Concordville, Pn., 

liarbold, Cora M., Dillsburg, Pa., 

Hcgcr, Barbara G., Jenkiutowii, Pa., 

Hellings, FUizatieth L., FIdgely, Pa., 



3yi"s. 
3 " 



3 

3 " 

3 " 

3 " 



WEST CHESTER STATE NORMAI, SCHOOI,. 



71 



Name. 



Address. 



Hill, Atinie, Lebanon, Pa., 

Hoffman, Sara K. (Wilson), Paoli, Pa.. 

Hostetter, Viola M., 

Kauffman, Bessie S., 

Keppel, Leah Lerch, 

Kochel, Mary A., 

Kriebel, Elizabeth S., 

Latimer, Anna A., 

Lewis, Elva Riggs, 

McDonald, Regina, 

MacMiun, Caroline, 

Makiver, Lillian, 

March, Lucy B., 

Marshall, R. Mary, 

McHeury, .Sara M., 

Mearns, Mabel E., 

Morton, Margaret B., 

Murray, Annie V., 

Nyce, Mabel M., 

Palmer, Elizabeth F., 

Pepper, W. Annie, 

Philips, Lulu A., 

Philips, Maud A., 

Rogers, Harriette S., 

Rogers, Maud H., 

Ruth, Bessie E., 

SchoU, Lottie M., 

Scott, Elizabeth, 

Seipt, Emma J., 

Shaeffer, Florence E-, 

Simmers, Edna, 

Sinclair, Katharine, 

Snyder, Mary R., 

Snyder, May V., 

Sheppard, Mabel W., 

Spare, L. Edith, 

Stackhouse, Laura N., 

Stewart, Mary K., 

Stradling, Benita, 

Stradling, Elizabeth, 

Swayne, Margaret B., 

Swope, Sadie A., 

Taylor, Adella A., 

Tinker, Dorcas M., 

Trimmer, Jean U., 

Van Gunten, Jessie B., 

Webster, Rachel E-, 

Welsh, Elizabeth M., 

Wherry, Jessie E-, 

White, Alice, 

Wickersham, Annie R., 

Wickersham, Jennie H., 

Williams, Lucina A., 

Wilson, Elizabeth U., 



Profession. 



Teaching, 



Taught since 
gradualion. 



iVi' 



Williamsport, Pa., 


" 


I] 


Berwyn, Pa., 


" 


1 


Sinking Springs, Pa., 




I 


Pottstown, Pa., 


" 


3 


Lansdale, Pa., 


" 


3 


Bristol, Pa., 


" 


3 


Glenmore, Pa., 


" 


3 


Deceased, 1901. 






425 Locust St., W'msport, Pa 


., 


I 


Russellville, Pa., 


•' 


3 


Pottstown, Pa., 


" 


3 


Northbrook, Pa., 


Student, S. N. S., 


2 


Ridley Park, Pa., 


Teaching, 


3 


Oak Hill, Pa., 


" 


I 


Lewisville, Pa., 


" 


3 


Bethlehem, Pa., 


" 


3 


Schwenksville, Pa., 


" 


3 


King-of-Prussia, Pa., 


" 


2 


Georgetown, Del., 


" 


3 


Tower City, Pa., 


" 


2 


Toms River, N. J., 


" 


3 


Colorado Springs, Col., 


Student. 




Mountain Gap, Va., 


Teaching, 


3 


1 109 Franklin St., Reading, 


Pa., Teaching, 


3 


East Greenville, Pa., 


Teaching, 


3 


Newtown, Pa., 


" 


3 


Worcester, Pa., 




2 


652 Haws Ave., Norristown, 


Pa., Teaching, 


3 


Phoenixville, Pa., 


Teaching, 


I 


Norristown, Pa., 


" 


3 


Lykens, Pa., 


" 


3 


Pottsville, Pa., 






Warwick, N. Y., 


Teaching, 


3 


Mont Clare, Pa., 


" 


3 


Lansdowne, Pa., 




3 


Cedar Knoll. Pa., 


Teaching, 


3 


Oakford, Pa., 


" 


3 



Kennett Square, Pa., 
Robesonia, Pa., 
Kennett Square, Pa., 
662 N. 33d St., Phila, Pa., 
Wilkesbarre, Pa., 
Escanaba, Mich., 
Hulmeville, Pa., 
West Whiteland, Pa., 
Chatham, Pa., 
Jeffersonville, Pa., 
Unionville, Pa., 

Peckville, Pa., 
Newcastle, Del., 



3 • 

3 ' 

3 ' 

3 " 

3 ' 

3 ' 

3 ' 

3 ' 

3 ' 

3 ' 

3 ' 

3 ' 

3 ■ 

3 ' 



72 



WH3T CHUSTER STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. 



Name. 

Wright, Sara E-. 
Bartman, Dauiel H., 
Burke, All)ert J., 
Chanuel, Ralph K., 
Cram, Wm. C, 
EorrcBt, T. Keuney, 
Goodley, Samuel, 
Gordon, Clarence, 
Griffith, William C, 
Groff, W. K.. 
Haines, Horace B., 
}{albach, Kmest K., 
Heffuer, James, 
Horuberger, Frank A., 
Irwin, William Madison, 
Kelley. Edward F., 
Lane, Elmer A., 
Mease, Harry M., 
Parsons, Harvey B., 
Schrope, Wm. D., 
Shoffner, Jones T., 
Singles. Walter, 
Sollenberger, George L., 
Stettler, Irving I., 
Swinehart, I. W., 
Swope, Reuben O., 
Ulriah, Elmer B., 



Address. 

Westchester, Pa.. 

Collegeville. Pa., 

3700 Powelton Ave., Phila., 

Coatesville, Pa., 

Raleigh, N. C, 

Brandywine Manor. Pa., 

Ferndale, Ind., 

Carlisle, Pa., 

Wyalusing, Pa., 

Jarrettown, Pa., 

Freysville, Pa., 

Wayne, Pa., 

Pott.stown. Pa., 

Shillington, Pa., 

Astou Mills, Pa., 

Minersville, Pa., 

Trainer, Pa., 

Lickdale, Pa., 

Upland, Pa., 

5214 Thompson St., Phila., Pa. 

West Pikeland. Pa., 

West Point, N. Y., 

Greencastle, Pa., 

Mertztown, Pa., 

Manayunk, Phila., 

Wlsmer, Pa., 

Jonestown, Pa., 



Ptofession . 



Teaching, 



Taught since 
graduation. 



Student, 

Teaching, 2 " 
Student, Lehigh Univ. 

Teaching, 3 " 

'' 3 " 

Stud. Dickinson Col., 2 " 

Teaching, 3 '" 

Prin. Schools, 3 " 

Government Clerk, i " 
Business. 



Teaching, 



3 
3 " 



Teaching, 3 " 
Prin. of Schools, 3%" 

Teaching, 3 " 

3 " 
U. S. Cadet. 

Rensselaer Polytec, Inst. 

Teaching, 3 " 

" 3 " 

" 3 " 

3 " 



State Certificate. 



Irey,Will S., 



Angeles, Pampauga, P. I. 



Teaching, 



CLASS OF 1900. Regular Normal Course. 



Wickershara, Jennie H., Uniouville. Pa., 
Wagner, Alvin E., Ironbridge, Pa., 



Teaching, 



Elementary Course. 



Anderson, Lavinia, 
Arnold, Mary J., 
Ash, Ethel V., 
Bair, Mary C, 
Bealer, Abbie A., 
Berkey, Dorinda M., 
Blackburn, Ida V., 
Bolton, Stella L-. 
Bowers. Susanna E-, 
Bressler, Katharine M., 
Bruce, E- Olive, 
Bruton, Susie T., 



Morton, Pa., Teaching, 

Hatlioro, Pa., " 

West Chester, Pa., " 

Sadsburyville, Pa., " 

Wynnewood, Pa., " 

Bolivar, Pa., " 

Ailston, Pa., '• 

Collegeville, Pa., " 

4006 Girard Ave., Phila, " 
21 S.I'enn.Av.,AtlanticCity,N.J., " 

Chri.stiaua, Pa., " 

Penn Valley, Pa., " 



3 " 

3 •• 

a " 

3 " 



WEST CHESTER STATE NORMAI, SCHOOL. 



73 



Name. 

Carrell, Mary 1'., 
Carthew, Helen F., 
Caul, Margaret, 
Clark, Ellen S., 
Clymer, Emma, 
Colwell, Florence S., 
Cook, Ida M., 
Davis, Jane D., 
Denning, Jennie M., 
Dyson, Lena M., 
Eastburn, Mary C, 
Edwards, Mabel, 
Eyrich, Margaret M., 
Fahey, Margaret E., 
Faust, Olivia T.. 
Fearnside, Annabell L. 
Foster, S. Amy, 
Gordon, Edythe S., 
Griffith, Annis F , 
Haines, Jennie M., 
Heed, Mary L., 
Hershey, Lynn, 
Hoagland, Zilla M., 
Hoopes, Linda M., 
Hough, Eleanor D., 
Hunsicker, Maria R., 
Hunt, Cornelia W., 
Hunter, Mabel R., 
Immell, Ruth, 
Jefferis, Laura M., 
Jefferis, Lillian H., 
Kecch, Mai garet W., 
Kennedy, Maude, 
Killeen, Nellie M., 
Kruger, Bessie P., 
Lewis, Mary E., 
Longacre, Emma S., 
Marrett, Mabel T., 
Mathias, Lydia S., 



McCurdy, Mary F., 

McDowell, Elizabeth M., Media, Pa., 

McDowell, Sara H., " " 

McFeeley, Lenora, 

McKinley, Esther A., 

Mendenhall, May, 

Meredith Marietta, 

Moore, Mary A., 

Newbold, Mary A., 

Nice, Blanche, 

Peck, Martha D., 

Pedrick, Mabel L., 

Pepper. R. Clemmie, 

Philips, Sarah J,, 

Reagan, Irene, 

Rex, Florence M., 



A ddress. 

West Chester, Pa., 

Johnstown, Pa., 

Edge Hill, Pa., 

Riegelsville, Pa., 

Tradesville, Pa., 

Carbondale, Pa., 

Spring City, Pa., R. D. i. 

Williamsport, Pa., 

Rising Sun, Md., 

Trooper, Pa., 

Pineville, Pa., 

Carbondale, Pa., 

West Reading, Pa., 

Kennett Square, Pa., 

Chalfont, Pa., 

West Conshohocken, Pa., 

Norristown, Pa., 

McKeesport, Pa.. 

West Chester, Pa., R. D. 6, 

Churchville, Pa., 

West Chester, Pa., 

I no N. 3d St., Harrisb'g, Pa. 

Unionville, Pa., 

West Grove, Pa., 

Nurses' Home, Penua. Hosp, 

Ironbridge, Pa., 

1413 loth St., Altoona, Pa., 

Spring City, Pa., 

West Chester, Pa., 

West Grove, Pa., 

Oxford, Pa., 

New Castle, Pa., 

Linwood, Pa., 

13 N. Dewey St., Phila., Pa., 

Exton, Pa., 

Norristown, Pa., 

Leeds, Md., 

Pennlyn, Pa., 

Gladwyne, Pa., 



Projession. 
Teaching, 



Taught sinre 
graduation. 



Student, Cushing Acad 

Phila., 

Teaching, 



142 Sumac St., Wissahickon, 
(Good), 622 N. 4Sth St., Phila., 
West Chester, Pa., 
Towanda, Pa., 
Kennett Square, Pa., 
Morrisville, Pa., 
1720 Diamond St., Phila., Pa., 
Brandt, Pa., 
Paulsboro, N. J., 
Georgetown, Del., 
Atgleu, Pa., 

West Chester, Pa., R. D. 10, 
Passaic, N. J., 



Phila., Teaching, 
Teaching, 



74 



WiJST CHICSTKR STATK NORMAL SCnOOI,. 



Name. 

Reynolds, Bertha, 
Rhoads, Gertrude, 
Ritter, Anna B.. 
Roberts, M. Elizabeth, 
Robinson, Mary, 
Rogers. Maud M., 
Ror r, Klizabeth U., 
Ross. Margaret M., 
Rutherford, Isabella P., 
Slack. Susan D., 
Smith, Edith M., 
Speakman, Annie D., 
Steele, Marie H., 
Stellwagon, J. Evaline, 
Stewart, Anna M., 
Taggart, M. Helen. 
Thompson, Edith M., 
Trainer, Anna M., 
Tuohey, Dorothy Z., 
Twining, Emma II., 
Vanuxeni, Mary, 
Wagner. E. Irene, 
Wanzel, Carrie E-. 
Warner, Susan E , 
Webb, Bertha H., 
Weir, Margaret M., 
Wetherill, Sara R., 
Willis, M. Emma, 
Wollaston, Mary A., 
Wright. Meta M.,! 
Althouse, Walter M., 
Beaver, J. I^ynford, 
Briuton, Willard C, 
Burlingame, Elmer, 
Cawley, W. A., 
IJaubert, Irwin E-, 
Davii, Donald W., 
Detweiler, John A., 
Fleming, Andrew J., 
Hoffman, George I-., 
Jackson, Halliday R., 
Jones, Alphonso, 
Keller, Clayton G., 
Krause, Arthur K., 
Licking, Roy S., 
McCauley, Louis G., 
McCreary, Charles T., 
Poorman, Wm. S., 
Pratt, Randolph, 
Reber, Adam, 
Rciff, Henry J., 
Rosenberg. James A., 
Saxon, Gordon J., 
Schoonover, Frank B., 
Sigman, James G., 



Address. 



Profession. 
Teaching, 



Taught since 
graduation. 



Coatesville, Pa., Teaching, a yrs. 

West Chester, Pa., " a •• 

Jeffersonville, Pa., " a •• 

Bristol, Pa., • a " 

Emporium, Pa., " a «« 

Warrington, Pa., " a " 

43 W. Logan St..Germ't'u, Pa., " a '* 

Mauch Chunk, Pa., " a " 

Harrisburg, Pa., Box I2g, " a " 

Stockton, N. J., " a " 

Board's Sch, Pine Ridge,S.D., " 3 " 

West Chester, Pa., Teaching, 2 " 

1305 Locust St. .Allegheny, Pa. , Stud., Worn. Col., Bait. ,.Md. 



Markham, Pa., 
New Castle, Del., 
Fort Washington, Pa., 
Say re, Pa., 
Chelsea, Pa. 
Kenuett Square, Pa., 
Richboro, Pa., 
Merchantville, Pa., 
Mont Clare, Pa., 
Paoli, Pa., 
Montrose, Pa., 
Unionville, Pa., 
Ridley Park, Pa., 
Chester, Pa., 
Broomall, Pa., 
Kenuett Square, Pa., 



Teaching, 



Student. 
Teaching 



Student. New Haven. 



iji" 



590 Chestnut Av.,Treutou,N.J.,Teaching, 



Jacksonwald, Pa., 

Kimbcrton, Pa.. 

330 Spruce St., Phila., Pa., 

John.souburg, Pa.. 

Dunbar, Pa., 

Berliusville, Pa., 

Buckingham. Pa., 

Paliuyra, Pa., 

F'allsiugton, Pa., 

Jeffei.son Med, Col., Phila. 

West Chester, Pa., 

DeLand, Fla., 

East Prospect, Pa., 

Lansdale, Pa., 

Baltimore, Md., 

Susquehanna, Pa., 

1013 Green St., Phila., 

Palmyra, Pa.. 

Georgetown, Del., 

3258 Walnut St., Phila., Pa. 

Eagleville, Pa., 

Milford Square, Pa., " 

4,joi Wisconsin Av.,Wa»h.,D.C., Teaching, 

Carbondale, Pa., .Student, Drew Sein. 

West Chester, Pa., Student Lafayette Col. 



Stud. Frank. & Mar.Col. 

Student, Lehigh. 

Business. 

Teaching, 

Principal Schools, 

Teaching, 



Student, 

Student, Swarthniore. 

Teaching, 



Student, Johns Hopkins. 
Student, Lehigh. 

Inst, liastburu Acad., " 

Prin. of Sc'iools, " 

Tea':hing, " 

Student of U. of P., " 

Teaching, •' 



WEST CHESTER STATE NORMAI^ SCHOOI.. 



75 



Name. 



Smith, Norman, D., 
Stein, Dauiel W., 
Strauss, Percy, 
Wack, Isaac O., 
Webster, Horace, 
Weinberger, O. Nelson. 
Wieaud, Harry S., 
Windle, Ernest G., 
Yiengst, Harry, 
Yiengst, H. S., 
Zulick, Howell S., 



A ddress. 



Media, Pa., 
Deceased, looi 
Williamson School, Pa. 
Lausdale Pa., 
Ercildouu, Pa., 
Peuusburg, Pa., 
Mauch Chuuk, Pa., 
West Chester, Pa., 
Mt. Zion, Pa., 
Myerstown, Pa., 
Orwigsburg, Pa., 



Profession. 

Teaching, 
Teaching, 



Taught since 
graduation. 

3 yrs. 



CIvASS OF 1901. Regular Normai, Course. 

Irey, William S., Manila, Philippine Islands, Teaching, i yr. 

Pedrick, Mabel L., Paulsboro, N. J., " i •' 

Seipt, Howard A., Norristown, Pa., Student, Lafayette College, 

Steele, Marie H., Baltimore, Md., Student, Woman's College, 

Elementary Course. 



Allem, E- Miriam, 
Babb, Edith L.. 
Baird, Bessie W., 
Barnett, Anna A., 
Beaumont, Mabel F., 
Bechdolt, Mary H., 
Bell, Agnes, 
Bell, Isabella, 
Berkey, Rebecca A., 
Bitting, Carrie V., 
Bradigan, May M., 
Brenckman, Dorothea C, 
Brooks, Adda B., 
Broomall, Helen B , 
Buchanan, Ella M., 
Bullock, Alice, 
Bunting, Ethelyn, 
Campbell, Anna I., 
Carey, Anna R., 
Cashman, Nita M., 
Clarke, Edna A., 
Cloud, Eva v., 
Coleman, Mary F., 
Connell, Mary, 
Craven, Amy W., 
Criswell, Reba E., 
Dailey Georgia A., 
Darlington, Edith M., 
Darlington, Katheriue F., 
Daveriu, Elizabeth B., 
Davis, R. Beulah, 
DeNeeu, Sophia M., 



Peunsbury, Pa., 
Bryu Mawr, Pa., 
Reedsville, Pa., 
West Chester, Pa. 
Dyerstowu, Pa., 
Media, Pa., 
Marysville, Pa., 

Bolliver, Pa., 
Quakertown, Pa., 
Shenandoah, Pa., 
Hudsondale, Pa., 
Williamsport, Pa. 
Lima, Pa. 
Cambridge, Pa., 
West Chester, Pa., 
Spruce Grove, Pa., 
Silver Creek, Pa., 
Glen-Loch, Pa., 
New Oxford, Pa., 
Williamsport, Pa., 
Terwood, Pa., 
Honesdale, Pa., 
Ebensburg, Pa., 
Newtown, Pa., 
West Grove, Pa., 
Carverton, Pa., 
Phoenixville, Pa., 
West Chester, Pa., 
Barnsley, Pa., 
West Chester. Pa., 
Cumtjerland, Md., 



Teaching, 



Student, S. N. S. 
Teaching, 



yr- 



76 



WEST CHESTER STATE NORMAI, SCHOOI,. 



Name. 

Dixon, Frances L., 
Doak, Nannie I., 
Donnelly, Dorothy H., 
Dougherty, Klizal>elh N. 
Dowlin, Alice C, 
Dowuie, Alice G., 
Drenuen, Lulu D., 
DuBree, S. Malviua, 
Engle, Zula Zay. 
Ettele, Mary R., 
Fageley, Bertha V., 
Faddis, Frances M., 
Flannery, May M., 
Ford, Blanche M., 
Forshey, Grace K-, 
Frye, Bessie, 
Gallaher, M. Winona, 
Garrett, Lizzie S , 
Gayman, Bertha, 
Geller, Mary M., 
Gradwohl, Mary E-. 
Grater, Ella M., 
Groff. S. Eleanor, 
Halbcrstadt, Lillian I., 
Hamilton, Ida K., 
Hanuis, Lidie R., 
Hefft, Katherine H., 
High, Ada M., 
Hinielright, Margaret E 
Hood, Grace, 
Horn, Mary C, 
Hughes, Lillian A., 
Hunt, Grace H., 
Hurlock, Eugenia D., 
Irwin, N. Marion, 
Jones, Mary F., 
Keech, Catherine R., 
Kirk, Mary J.. 
Knabb, Mary L., 
Laing, Louise S., 
Larned, Anna M., 
Leatherman, S. Pearl, 
Leonard, Katherine G., 
Lienhardt, Linda B., 
Liggett, Maude A., 
Longacre, May S., 
Longshore, H. l-^lsie, 
Mallon, Zita E-, 
Marple, Viola '/.., 
Mayo, C. Alberta, 
McGowan, Mary A., 
McHcnry, M. Helen, 
Merrick, Florence E-, 
Nichols, Jcannlc W., 
Parker, E- Christine, 



A ddress. 



Ptofession. 



Taught since 
graduation. 



Freeport, Pa., 

Wallingford, Pa,, 

West Coushohocken, Pa., 
, Guthrieville. Pa., 

West Chester, Pa., 

Nellore, India, 

Chatham, Pa., 

Ogontz, Pa., 

Watsontowu, Pa., 

Middletown, Pa., 

Norristowu, Pa., 

Ercildoun, Pa., 

Mouocacy, Pa., 

Smyrna, Del., 

)04 Court St., Newark, N. J., 

Pottstown. Pa., 

Blairsville, Pa., 

Embreeville, Pa., 

Fountaiuville, Pa., 

Lansdale, Pa., 

Easton, Pa., 

Norristowu, Pa., 

Doylestown, Pa., 

Gladwyne, Pa., 

Booth's Corner, Pa., 

Philadelphia, Pa., 

Trucksville, Pa., 

Pottstown, Pa., 
, West Chester, Pa., 

AUentown, Pa., 

Ardmore, Pa., 

Altoona, Pa., 

Snow Hill, Md., 

Honeybrook, Pa., 

Upper Darby, Pa., 

Tweedale, Pa., 

Lock Haven, Pa., 

Lime Kiln, Pa., 

Bristol, Pa., 

Altoona, Pa., 

Doylestown, Pa., 

Washington, Pa., 

Allport, Pa., 

Marsh, Pa., 

Norristown, Pa., 

West Chester, Pa., 

Lausdowne, Pa., 

Horsham, Pa., 

Eldred, Pa., 

4311 Ridge Ave., Phila., Pa., 

Philadelphia. Pa., 

Phcenixville, Pa., 

Lansdowne. Pa., 

Clarkes Green, Pa., 



Teaching, 



WEST CHESTER STATE NORMAL SCHOOI,. 



77 



Name. 

Paschall, Edith S., 
Paul, Elizabeth, 
Peters, Anna H., 
Powuall, Helen E-, 
Prizer, Bessie K., 
Prothero, Sarah, 
Raeder, Emily E., 
Raike, Miriam B., 
Reel, Nellie B., 
Reilly, Mary A., 
Roper, Minnie M., 
Rorer, Florence M., 
Rowe, Miltanna, 
Ryan, Alice, 
Rynear, Mary M,, 
Satterthwaite, Edith, 
Schantz, Hattie A., 
Scott, Maud E-. 
Sipple, M. Gertrude, 
Skinner, Rhea C, 
Smith, Elsie M., 
Smith, Ida M., 
Smith, C. Marian, 
Smith, Mary A., 
Spencer, Martha E., 
Stahlnecker, Eva E., 
Stephens, Frances I,., 
Stetson, Elsie A., 
Stewart, Rebecca,' 
Styer, Ardella G., 
Taylor, Alice M., 
Taylor, Anna V., 
Thomas, Grace C, 
TuU, Feronia C, 
Waldron, Jessie M., 
Walter, Nellie, 
Warner, Ethel S., 
Weisel, F. Augusta, 
Wells, Lauras., 
Wentz, Alleta M., 
Williams, Helen G., 
Wilson, Mabel I., 
Wrighter, Ethelle C, 
Zane, Caroline F., 
Bickett, William J., 
Binner, Alvin, 
Booze, E. Glenn, 
Burkhardt, Charles N. 
Cope, Edge T., 
Dengler, Harry M., 
Dolby, John W., 
Emery, G. Carroll, 
Godshall, Alvin M,, 
Godshall, Vincent B., 
Hellyer, H. Arthur, 



A ddress. 


Profession. 


Tavght s 


ince 






gradua 


ion. 


West Chester, Pa., 


Teaching, 




" 


Conshohocken, Pa., 


" 




" 


Norristowu, Pa., 


" 




« 


Newtown, Pa., 


" 




" 


Lionville, Pa., 


*' 




" 


Atlantic City, N. J., 


" 




« 


Wilkesbarre, Pa., 


" 




" 


Doylestown, Pa., 


'• 




'* 


Downiugtowu, Pa,, 


" 




'* 


Shenandoah, Pa., 


" 




" 


Slatington, Pa., 


" 




« 


Lahaslta, Pa., 


" 




" 


Atglen, Pa., 


" 




" 


Harrisburg, Pa., 


>< 




(< 


Ambler, Pa., 


<• 




" 


Edgewood, Pa., 


" 




f 


Allcntown, Pa., 


" 




[ '* 


Ursina, Pa., 


« 




" 


Collegeville, Pa., 


" 




[ " 


Glasgow, Del., 


" 




[ " 


West Chester, Pa., 


" 




[ " 



Lafayette Hill, Pa., 
Chester Springs, Pa., 
Carversville, Pa., 
Hamburg, Pa., 
St. David's, Pa., 
Malvern, Pa., 
Three Tuns, Pa., 
Ambler, Pa., 
Norwood, Pa., 
West Chester, Pa 
Farmiugton, Del., 
Delaware City, Del., 
Glen-Loch, Pa., 
Point Pleasant, Pa., 
Atglen, Pa., 
Doylestown, Pa., 
Royersford, Pa., 
Kirkwood, Pa., 
Oakbourne, Pa., 
West Chester, Pa., 
Pleasant Mt., Pa., 
Lansdale, Pa., 
Parkesburg, Pa., 
Shaefferstown, Pa., 
Luthersburg, Pa., 
Blooming Glen, Pa. 
West Chester, Pa., 
Mt. Pocono, Pa., 
Guagua, P. I., 
Houeybrook, Pa., 
Morwood, Pa., 
Telford Pa., 
Penn's Park, Pa., 



Stud.Med.Chi.,Phila.,Pa 
Teaching, 



U.S.Ex.Clerk,Phila.,Pa. 
Teaching, 



78 



WEST CHESTER STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. 



Name. 

Hellyer, Harold, 
Keenan, Edward W., 
Kcylor, John M., 
Kirlcland. W. Reid, 
Kriebcl, AUou B., 
I<ougshore, Rudolph P. 
Loomis. Esau H., 
McCord. Clinton P.. 
Rockey, Waverly J., 
Roseuberger, Reuo B., 
Sanderson, Christian C. 
Shingle, F. Raymond, 
Shortlidge, Raphael J., 
Simrell, H. Eugene, 
Vanderslice, Harvey R. 
Woodward, H. Willard, 



Crossman, Laura, 
Dunbar, Irene, 
Heilman, \V. M.. 
Martin, Ida M., 







Taugltt 


since 


A ddress. 


Profession. 


gradiia 


lion. 


Penn's Park, Pa., 


Teaching, 




1 yr. 


Barnsley, Pa., 


" 




I '* 


Uwchlau, Pa., 


" 




I '* 


Girard, Pa., 


" 




I '■ 


Worcester, Pa., 


" 




I " 


West Chester, Pa., 


Student, 






Wilmington, Del., 


Teaching, 




I •' 


Elverson, Pa., 


•' 




I " 


Warren, Pa.. 


" 




I " 


Quakertown, Pa., 


•• 




I " 


Port Providence, Pa., 


« 




I ' 


East Nautmeal, Pa., 


" 




1 " 


Kcnnett Square, Pa,. 


Student. 






Clarke's Summit. 


Student, Med; 


ico Chi. 




East Coventry, Pa., 


Teaching, 




1 " 


West Chester. Pa., 


Student. 






State Certificate 


:. 






Phoenixville, Pa., 


Teaching, 




I yr. 


Phoenixville, Pa., 


" 




I " 


Annville, Pa., 


" 




I " 


Annville, Pa., 


" 




I " 



Name. Address. Profession. 

CLASS OF 1902. Regular Normal Course. 



Ash, Ethel v., 
Hoaglaud, Zillah M. 
Marshall, R. Mary, 
Stetler, Isaac, E-, 
Ulrich, Elmer B., 



West Chester, Pa., 
Unionville, Pa., 
Northbrook, Pa., 
New Hanover, Pa., 
Jonestown, Pa., 



Will Teach. 



Woodward, H. Willard, West Chester, Pa., 



Alderfer, Anna A.. 
Allen. Laura F.. 
AUcbach, Lydia M., 
Arnold, Ida M.. 
Asheufeller, Maliel, 
Atkinson, Mary li., 
Bentley, Florence B., 
Bishop, Dorothy R., 
Blackburn, Carrie J., 
Bower.-*, Myra L., 
Brendell, Jane T., 
Brosius, Stella S., 
Buchanan, Margaret W., 
Bullock, Rachel G., 
Burke, Mary V., 
Chambers, Elsie M., 
Chandler, Ethel V.., 
Chandler, Florence S., 
Chandler, Carrie C, 
Christ, Laura E., 



Element.\ry Course- 

Mainland, Pa., 
Ambler, Pa., 
Schwenksville, Pa., 
Burlington, W. Va., 
Oaks, Pa., 
Doylestown, Pa., 
Chester, Pa., 
Snow Hill, Md., 
Ailston, Pa., 
Hopewell, Pa., 
Ridgway, Pa. . 
kanchtowii. Pa., 
MlUerstown, Pa., 
Kemblesville, Pa.. 
Carbondale, Pa., 
West Chester, Pa.. 
159 Mehan Ave., Phila.. Pa., 
Unionville. I'a.. 
Unionville. Pa., 
Creasoua, Pa.. 



WEST CHESTER STATE NORMAI, SCHOOI.. 



79 



Name. 

Clayton Mary H., 
Cooper, Florence E., 
Cramer, Ruth A., 
Cressman, Anna S., 
Cloud. Mary R., 
Crouse, Anna M., 
Curtiu. Margaret A., 
Davis, Jessie K., 
DeCoursey, Etta I<., 
DeLauey, Margaret E-, 
Diven, Mary J., 
Doane, Frances M., 
DuBois, A. Edith, 
DuBois, May, 
llugan, Blanche, 
Dunne, Helen A., 
Dunn, Lillian M., 
Edris, Carrie E-, 
Ely, Alice V., 
Emhardt, May, 
Edwards, Gertrude, 
Eves, Margaret A., 
Fairlamb, Florence H., 
Feaster, Agnes M., 
Freas, Lillian E-, 
Frederick, Edith G., 
Furness, Mabel A., 
Gardner, Mary A., 
Gause, A. Leah, 
George, Dahney A., 
Gilfether, Cora F., 
Gordon, Nellie I., 
Gotwals, Mary G., 
Gray, Bertha P.. 
Gross, Esther F., 
Greenlee, Cecelia M., 
Griffith, Eliza H.. 
Gyger, Helen B., 
Haley, Elizabeth B., 
Hall, Anna L-, 
Hammond, Jennie L., 
Harvey Helen, 
Harvey, Mary J., 
Hatton, G. Mabel, 
Heberling, Jean, 
Heck, M. Elizabeth, 
Heckman, Elsie M., 
Henry, A. May, 
HofTman, Iva B., 
Hopkins, Mary E., 
Howe, Mildred K., 
Hudson, Alice, 
Hughes, Bessie R., 
Hunsiuger, Maud L-, 
Isett, Emma B., 



Address. 

Southampton, Pa., 
Green Parke, Pa., 
Warren, Pa., 
Sumneytown, Pa., 
Kenuett Square, Pa., 
Cupola, Pa., 
Dunmore, Pa., 
Narci.'isa, Pa., 
Hartsville, Pa., 
Williamsport, Pa., 
Norristown, Pa., 
Coatesville, Pa., 
Paulsboro, N. J., 
Southampton, Pa., 
Colliugdale, Pa., 
Wilkesbane, Pa., 
Valley Forge, Pa., 
Fredericksburg, Pa., 
3435 N. 2ist St., Phila., Pa., 
32 Harvey St., Germautowu, Phila., Pa. 
Fagg's Manor, Pa., 
Paoli,Pa., 
Wilkesbarre, Pa., 
3427 N. 19th St., Phila., Pa., 
Plymouth Meeting, Pa., 
Wilmington, Del., 
West Chester, Pa., 
York Springs, Pa., 
New Providence, Pa., 
Cherokee, N. C, 
Wyoming, Pa., 
McKeesport, Pa., 
Phoeni.xville, Pa., 
Linwood, Pa., 
Doylestown, Pa., 
Peun's Manor, Pa., 
Wyalusing. Pa., 
Kimberton, Pa , 
West Chester, Pa., 
Pomeroy, Pa., 
Upland, Pa., 
West Chester, Pa., 
Ambler, Pa., 
Cochranville, Pa., 
Leightou, Pa., 
Coatesville, Pa., 
AUentown, Pa., 
Paulina, Oregon, 
West Whiteland.Pa., 
Upland, Pa., 
Scranton, Pa., 
Leonard, Pa., 
Elkview, Pa., 
Colley, Pa., 
Pottstown, Pa., 



Profession. 
Will Teach. 



8o 



WEST CHESTER STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. 



Same. 

Jackson, Edith M., 
Jackson, Florence L.. » 
Jacob, Kli^-abcth, 
Jamison, Abbie K., 
Jarrett, Ada F., 
Kaisinger, Elsie M., 
Kelly, Annie C, 
Laird, Roberta, 
LaRuc, Jennie R., 
LiRlit, Elizabeth M., 
Lienhardt, Viola, 
Lord, Jennie L.. 
LougUry. Cora D., 
Love, Blanche, 
MacElrec, Mary E., 
MacFarland, S. Agnes, 
Markley, Mary A.. 
Marshall, Elizabeth A., 
Martin, A. Leila, 
Martin, Mary A., 
Mathues, Sara S., 
McCarthy. Bertha K-, 
McClellan, Isabel C, 
McCauKhan, Hetty S., 
McCurdy, Rachel, 
Mcllhenny, Sara J., 
Mensch, Ethel T., 
Metlar, Mary J., 
Middleton, May A., 
Miller, L,etitia 0-. 
Miller, Sara C, 
Mohr, Carrie E., 
Morgans, Agnes, 
MoiTison. Jane C, 
Moore, Elizabeth D., 
Niclds, Josephine O. H 
Nyce, Mary A., 
Parke, M- Elizabeth, 
Patterson, May, 
Philips. Elma M., 
Peirce, Ella M., 
Pinkerton, Mary A., 
Plank, Ethel B., 
Raezor, Helen I., 
Ranck, Martha L-. 
Richards, Keturah, 
Ridgway, FUizabeth T 
Robbins, Anna T., 
Robcrti, Katie A.. 
Roth. Addic Z.. 
Saunders, Florence V.. 
SavaRC, Anna E . 
Seltzer, Anna E ■ 
SenseniR, Elizabeth F 
Sheehy, Anna G., 



A ddress. 

West Chester, Pa., 

Unionville, Pa., 

MalTcrn, Pa., 

Jamison, Pa., 

Oaks. Pa., 

q27 N. i2th St., Phila., Pa.. 

New Hope, Pa., 

Westchester, Pa., 

Hulmeville, Pa., 

Chester. Pa., 

Allport, Pa.. 

Garrettsford, Pa., 

Uniontown, Pa., 

New Castle, Pa., 

West Chester, Pa., 

" R. D. 9, 
Norristown, Pa , R. D- i. 
Newtown, Pa., 
West Grove, Pa., 
Lyndell, Pa., 

Wc^t Chester, Pa., R. D. 5. 
Phcenixville, Pa., 
Coatesville, I'a.. 
311 N. 42d St.. I'hila., Pa., 
Gladwyniie, Pa., 

,314 Fracker St., Oak Lane, Phila., Pa. 
Magnolia, Del., 
Doylestown, I'a., 
Penn's Manor, Pa., 
Upland, Pa., 
Line LexinRton, Pa., 
Quakerlown, Pa., 
Wilkesbarre, Pa., 
Carbondale, Pa., 
Radnor, Pa., 
., West Chester. Pa., 
Schwenksville, Pa., 
Pnrkesburg. Pa., 
Wilkesbarre, Pa-, 
Font, Pa., 
Cain, Pa., 
Atglcn. Pa., 
Christiana. Pa., 
Cheyney, Pa., 
Supplee, Pa.. 
Plymouth, Pa., 
Swedesboro, N. J,. 
Morrisville. Pn , 
Blue Bell. I'a., 
Qui-.kertown, I'a., 
Cumberland, Md., 
Manoa, Pa., 
Orwigsburg, Pa., 
Goodville, Pa., 
Whitford, Pa., 



Profession. 
Will Teach. 



WEST CHESTER STATE NORMAI, SCHOOI,. 



Name. 
Smedley, Anna M., 
Smith, Cecil E., 
Speakman Ethel B., 
Stephens, Carrie B., 
Surver, Bertha, 
Strong, EInora, 
Struthers, Rachael P., 
Swartley, Minerva, 
Swift, B. Muriel, 
Thompson, Helen R., 
Truax, Katherine M., 
Tustin, Dora M., 
Vandegrift, Lidie L-, 
Walker, Emma C, 
Watkins, Elizabeth T., 
Weber, Emma W., 
Weylman, Elizabeth C, 
White, Lucy A., 
Whiteley, Anna H., 
Whitson, Olive L-. 
Williams, Vallee I,., 
Wilson, Nettie N., 
Wood, Elizabeth H., 
Wood, Leila M., 
Woodbury, Jennie T., 
Wright, Anna, 
Yarnall, Alice M., 
Yerger, Bertha, 
Yerkes, Amy B., 
Yerkes, B;ila R.. 
Alderfer, Harry C, 
Allem, David O., 
Bechtel, Albert R., 
Bechtel, John C, 
Dressier. CalderB., 
Carey, Alfred L., 
Cawley, John C, 
Cronin, James R., 
Davis, Joseph S., 
Fenstermacher, H. B., 
Gotwals, J. Elmer, 
Graybill, G«v M., 
Greiner, Albert H., 
Hagenbach, Frank E. L- 
Heiges, Walter C, 
Hoffman, J. Harry, 
Kline, Harvey W., 
Kratz, Irvin D., 
Lewis, Paul L-, 
Long, Clarence D., 
MacF;iree, J. Paul, 
Micheuer. Theodore, 
Molyneaux, D. Silas, 
Moyer, Samuel W., 
Pennypacker, John Y., 
Pike, Isaac S., 



A ddress. 
Fulton House, Pa., 
West Chester, Pa., 

Seeleysville, Pa., 

Montandon, Pa., 

Jeuningsville, Pa., 

Easton, Pa., 

Colmar, Pa., 

411 N. 32d St., Phila, Pa., 

Schuylkill Haven, Pa., 

Renova, Pa., 

Chester Springs, Pa., 

Ambler, Pa., 

Phcenixville, Pa., 

Johnstown, Pa., 

Norristowu, Pa.. R. D. i, 

Kittanning, Pa,, 

Toms River, N. J., 

New Hope, Pa., 

Ithaca, N. Y., 

Abington, Pa., 

Toby, Pa., 

Doe Run, Pa., 

Doe Run, Pa., 

2605 N. 33d St., Philada., Pa., 

Paintersville, Pa., 

Lima, Pa., 

Grater's Ford, Pa., 

Hatboro,Pa., 

Southampton, Pa., 

Harleysville, Pa., 

Pennsbury, Pa., 

Yerkes, Pa., 

Clayton, Pa., 

21 Penna. Ave., Atlantic City, N. J. 

Glen-Loch Pa., 

Springtowu, Pa., 

Glen Mills, Pa., 

West Chester, Pa., 

Graters Ford, Pa., . 

Yerkes, Pa., 

f;. Petersburg, Pa., 

Zieglersville, Pa., 

F;iimsport, Pa., 

Dillsburg, Pa., 

Frederick, Pa., 

Graters' Ford, Pa., 

Elroy, Pa., 

West Chester. Pa., 

Trayniore, Pa., 

West Chester, Pa., 

Gardenville, Pa., 

Millview, Pa., 

Blooming Glen, Pa., 

Chester Springs, Pa., 

Media, Pa. 



Profession. 
Will Teach. 



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WE3T CHKSTKR STATB NORMAI, SCHOOL. 



Name. 

Ruth, William F., 
Shortlidge, K. Wharton, 
Smith, H. Ross, 
SmuUing, A. Morgan, 
Stauffer, Willis W., 
Strohl, James M., 
Sones, John E., 
Wack, Francis W., 
Wanner, Abram I. , 
Welier, J. Strode, 
Windle, W. Butler, 
Yoder, William F., 
Zarfos, L. Norman, 
Ziegler, Samuel H., 
Zulich, J. Donald, 



A ddress. 

Kulpsville, Pa., 

Landenburg, Pa., 

Media, Pa., 

Quakertown, Pa., 

Weigelstowu, Pa., 

Aquashicola, Pa., 

Hegins, Pa., 

Mainland, Pa., 

Areola, Pa., 

Lower Providence, Pa., 

West Chester, Pa., 

Hegins, Pa., 

Red Lion, Pa., 

531 Robinson St., Reading, Pa. 

Orwigsburg, Pa., 



Pto/ession. 
Will Teach.