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Lsianon Yalley College, 

ANNVILLE, PENN'A. 



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CHARTERED BY THE STATE LEGISLATURE. 



SIXTH 



JLlsTIsrTJ^.Xj CATALOGUE 



OF THE 



OFFICERS AND STUDENTS 



OF 



anon i aney uoneq 



1 1 



d^t 



FOR THE 



COLLEGIATE YEAR, 1871-72 



LEBANON : 
C. M. BOWMAN & CO., Printers, 



Lebanon Valley College. 



mxi 0$ Mxmim, 



Rev. J. WEAVER, - 
Rev. C. T STEARN, - 
Rev. Z. A. COLESTOCK, 
Rev. JACOB ERB, 
Rev. J. C. SMITH, 
Rev. WILLIAM B. RABER, 
SAMUEL SHOPP, Jr.. Esq., 
J. KNIPP, Jr., Esq., - 
H. R. MUSSER, Esq., - 
JOSEPH B. HURSH, Esq,, 
GIDEON LIGHT, Esq., 
Rev. JOHN MEYER, 
Rev. L. W. CRAUMER. - 
A. S. RILAND, Esq., 
J. L. BREINIG, Esq., - 
JOHN GRUBER, Esq., - 
Rev. JOHN W. KUNKEL.- 
Rev. JACOB RUNK, 
Rev. JACOB H. MARK, - 
Rev. EZEKIEL LIGHT, - 
JOHN B. STEHMAN.Esq.,- 
Rev. G. A. MARK, - 
RUDOLPH HERR, Esq., - 
Rev. GEO. W. M. RIGOR, 
Rev. W. S. H. KEYS, - 
H. H. KREIDER,Esq., - 
Rev. LEWIS PETERS, 
GEO. W. HOVERTER. Esq., 



Baltimore, Md. 

- Baltimore, Md. 
Meehan icsb u rg. 

- Shiremanstown. 

- Newville. 

York. 

- Shij^emanstown. 
Baltimore, Md. 

- West Fair-view. 
Newville. 

- Lebanon. 
AnnviUe. 

- Lebanon. 
Friedensburg. 

- AUentown. 
Palmyra. 

- My erst own. 
Lebanon. 

- Lower Mahontongo. 
AnnviUe. 

- Mountville. 
AnnviUe. 

- AnnviUe. 
AnnviUe. 

- Lebanon. 
AnnviUe 

- Intercourse- 
AnnviUe. 



EX-OFFICIO. 

Prof. LUCIAN H. HAMMOND, A. M. 
Prof. E. BENJ. BIERMAN, A. M. 
Prof. W. P. SHROM. A. M. 



Lebanon Valley College. 



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PRESIDENT : 

Rev. J. WEAVER. 



RECORDING AND CORRESPONDING SECRETARY : 

Rev. EZEKIEL LIGHT. 

TREASURER : 

HENRY H. KREIDER, Esq. 

STEWARD : 

Rev. GEORGE A. MARK. 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: 

H. H. Kreider, Esq., Chairman, Rev. L. W. Craumer, 

Rev. E. Light, Secretary, David Kreider, Esq., 

Hon. J. H. Kinports, Rev. John Meyer, 

Rev. George A. Mark, Rev. A. Steigerwalt, 

Rev. J. B. Daugherty. 

agent : 
Rev. Ezekiel Light. 



Lebanon Y alley College. 



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JE.ram hi ing Com m ittee. 



Rev. C. T. Stearn, 
Rev. J. X. Qutgley, - 
Rev. David Hoffman, - 
Rev. H. H. Gelbach. - 
John H. Weiss, A. M., - 
Samuel B. Light, M. D., 



Baltimore, Bid. 
Sh ijipen sb urg, Pa. 
Allentown, Pa. 
Lebanon, Pa. 
Harrisburg, Pa. 
Lebanon. Pa. 



Visiting Committee, 



Rev. M. P. Doyle, 
Rev. J. M. Smith, 
Rev. Wm. A. Jackson, - 
Rev. J. W. Hott, 
Rev. A. M. Evers„ 



Johnstown, Pa. 
ML Union, Pa. 
Altoona, Pa. 
Boonsboro 1 , Md. 
Myeraville, Md. 



Lebanon Yalley College. 



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L. H. HAMMOND, A. M., President, 

Professor of the Greek and Latin Languages and Literature. 

E. BENJ. BIERMAN, A. M., 

Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy. 

Rev. W. P. SHROM, A. M., 

Professor of Mental and Moral Science. 

Miss E. E. GUITNER, A. M., 

Natural Science and the Modern Languages. 

Miss ADA WINTERS, 

Instrumental Music »nd the Fine Arts. 

J. WESLEY ETTER, 

Teacher of Penmanship and Book-Keeping. 

Miss SALLIE BURNS, 

Teacher of the English Branches. 



Lebanon Valley College. 



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Note. — C, Classical Course. I,, Ladies' Course. 



Names. 
J. Wesley Etter, c, 
John K. Fisher, c, 
Ezra H. Gingrich, c, 
John H. Graybetll, c, 
John H. Kinports, c, 
Jane E. Kauffman, l., 

Seniors, 



SENIOR CLASS, 
Post Office, 
Powell's Valley. 
Hamburg, 
Annville, 
Annville, 
Annville, 
Annville, 



Room. 
5 S. C. 

n n. c. 

Mr. Gingrich's. 
Mr. Graybeill's. 
Judge Kinports's. 
Mr. Kauffman 's. 

6. 



JUNIOR CLASS. . 
Names. Post Office. Room. 

Henry B. Stehman, C, Mountville, 87 N. C. 

Sallie Burns, l.„ Sporting Hill, 9 S. C. 

Juniors, 2. 



Lebanon Valley College. 



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Names. 
Austin Best, c, 
John E. Lehman, c„ 
| Z. S. G. Light, c, 
Thomas S. Stein, c., 
Robert Steinmetz. c, 
Hiram E. Steinmetz, C, 
Rebecca Kinports, l., 
Ellen Jane Mark, l., 

Sophomores, 



SOPHOMORE CLASS. 

Post Office. 
Eberly's Mills. 
Annville, 
Lebanon, 
A nvville, 
Annville,, 
Durlach, 
Annville, 
A » n ville, 



FRES 
Names. 
Samuel H. Clair, c., 
Peter Graybeill, c., 
George A. Loose, c., 
John N. Riland, c, 
Sallie E. Collier, l., 
Sallie E. Gettel, ii., 
Emma V. Gettel, l., 
Mary E. Groff, l., 
Mary A. Light, l., 

Freshmen, 



HMAN CLASS. 
Post Office. 
Mount Joy, 
Annville, 
Upper Bern^ 
Friedensburg, 
Powell's Valley, 
Lebanon, 
Lebanon, 
Gordunville, 
Lebanon. 



Room. 
28 N. C. 

9 N. C. 

5 S. C. 
Mrs. Stein's. 
Mr. Steinmetz's. 
Mrs. Steinmetz's. 
Judge Kinports's. 
14 N. C. 

8. 



Room. 
30 N. 0. 
Mr. GraybeilRs. 
Main Street. 
26 N. C. 
18 S. C. 
Mr. Gettel's: 
Mr. Gettel's. 
18 S. C. 
Mr. Light's. 

9. 



8 Lebanon Valley College. 




SENIOR PREPARATORY CLASS. 


Names. 


Post Office. 


Room. 


E. W. Deibler, 


Killinger, 


39 N. C. 


Newton Fries. 


White Hall, Va., 


89 N. C. 


George W. Hursh, 


NeicviUe, 


33 N. C. 


William I). Mower, 


Lingledown, • 


30 N. C. 


Monroe P. Sanders, 


Shaejferst ow v , 


23 N. C. 


B. J. Sciimoyer, 


Annuille, 


Main Street. 


Senior Preparatorians, 


6. 


PR 


EPARATORY CLASS. 




Names. 


Post Office. 


Room. 


Isaac H. Albright,, 


Progress, 


35 N. C. 


Isaac A. Loose, 


Upper Bern, 


Mr. Loose's. 


John F. Wenger, 


Shaefferstowrtj 


Mr. Siesrist's. 


Preparatorians T 




3. 




tetartiffe §mm» 


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SENIOR CLASS. 


i 


Names. 


Post Office. 


Room. 


Adam R. Forney, 


Armville, 
SECOND YEAR. 


College Avenue. 


Names. 


Post Office. 


Room. 


J. W. Elicker, 


Franklintoivn, 


27 N. C. 

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Lebanon Valley College. 9 




r 


FIRST YEAR. 






Names. 


Post Office. 


Room. 




C. E. Tassel, 


Harrixburg, 


31 N. C. 




Eugene A. Crall, 


Annville, 


Mr. C rail's. 




j Jacob C. Crall, 


Annville, 


Mr. Crall 's. 




1 John G. Dissinger, 


■Brunnerville, 


24 N. C. 




B. Frank Knoche, 


Harri*burg, 


30 N. C. 




We H. Lehman, 


Killinger, 


38 N. C. 




G. Shellenberger, 


MifflinPnon. 


24 N. C. 




Kate G. Smith, 


LAnglestown, 


15 S. C. 




Solomon B. Stiles, 


HummelxtntcH. 


Mr. Stiles's. 




Sallie E. Weaver, 


Lebanon, 


Mr. Weaver's. 


1 


: S. Zimmerman, 


Highspirej 


35 N. C. 




Tctal, 


- 


11. 


' 


SENIOR 


PREPARATORY 


CLASS. 




Names. 


Post Office. 


Room. 




Frank P. Beckley, 


Prescottj 


Mr. Beckley's. 




John W. Beckley, 


Mon n ( Nebo, 


29 N. C. 




1 Newton Best, 


Eberly's Mills, 


28 N. C. 




William B. Bohr, 


Annville, 


Miss B. Bohr. 




JOEIN A. BlRKEY, 


Hamburg, 


38 N. C. 




Samuel C. Conrad, 


Annville, 


Mr. Conrad's. 




1 Sadie B. Crall, 


AnnriJle, 


Mr. C rail's. 




1 A. S. Craumer, 


Lebanon, 


Rev. Mr. Craumer's. 




| J. L. DOERCKSON, 


Ann vill e, 


Rev. Mr. Boerckson's. 




Ezra Ellenberger. 


Annville, 


Mr. Ellenberger's. 




! William J. Faust, 


Llewellyn, 


25 N. C. 




John D. Fegan, 


Annville, 


Mr. Fegan's. 




Richard Flickinger, 


In ter course, 


26 N. C. 















tEm^ii. ,.,.... ■ .....i™.. "-wi.w. 


10 Lebanon Valley College. 


Names. 


Post Office. 


Boom. 


David B. Fritz, 


Exost Hanover r 


Mr. Baehman's. 


H. W. Gaul, 


Wernersville, 


9 X. C. 


| Ellen S. Gelbach. 


Lebanon, 


Be v. Mr. Gelb-ach r a. 


Henry E. Geyer, 


Mount Joy., 


28 X. C. 


John Gockley, 


Avon, 


Mr. Gockley's. 


*Wm. T. Gratz. 


Orbisoriid, 


26 N. C. 


Samuel B. Graybeill,, 


Annville, 


Mr. Grayfoeill's. 


Israel Groff, 


Jntercovrxe, 


29 X. C. 


Rosie A. Gruber, 


Annville, 


Mr. G ruber's. 


William 0. Herr. 


AnnviJle, 


Mr. lion's. 


Aaron G. Hekr. 
Albert L. Herb. 


Annrille. 


Mr: Hen's. 


Annvilte, 


Mr. Hen's. 


Daniel G. Hursh. 


Newville, 


25 X. C. 


Susan Imboden, 


CampbelUfowif. 


Mrs. Weidman T s. 


Willie G. 0. Keys. 


Lebanon. 


Rev. Mr. Keys's. 


Fannie C. Killinger. 


Annville. 


Mr. Killinger's. 


Phil. S. Kinports. 


Annville, 


Judge Kinports's. 


J. H. KoCHENDERFER, 


Lebanon, 


Mr. Kochenderfer's. 


John W. Krecker^ 


Frie.de nzburg. 


25 N. C. 


Adam L. Kreider. 


HeUmdiVs Dale, 


Mr. Kreider's. 


C. F. Kreider, 


Annville, 


Mr. Kreider's. 


Samuel D. Light* 


Harrisburcf, 


.38 X. C. 


Jacob H. Light, 


Lebanon, 


Mr. Light's. ' 


Noah G. Light, 


Avon, 


Mr. Light's. 


. Boaz W. Light, 


Lebanon, 


Mr. Light's. 


Edwin H. Light, 


Lebanon, 


Mr. Light's.' 


Lizzie E. Ma's-'e, 


Annville. 


Mrs^. Mase's. 


John A. Meyer, 


Lebanon, 


Mr. Meyer's. 

• 


. Joseph B. Meyer, 


Lleilman's Dale, 


Mr Meyer's. 



Simon J. Meyer. 



Annville, 



Mr. Meyer's. 



^Dismissed- 



Lebanon Valley College. 



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Names. 
Cyrus B. Moyer, 
H. W. Musser, 
Bennett C. Oyler, 
""Andrew B. Oyler, 
Emily I. Potter, 
Chas. Reizenstein. 
A. B. Ressler. 
Emma K. Rigler. 
Willie C. K. Rigor, 
Daniel S. Riland. 
Lai ra E. Saylor. 
Annie M. Stegrist. 
Clara J. Siegrist, 
*Wm. Schultz, 
Rebecca Schweitzer, 
A. W. Shanholtz, 
W infield S. Shaw. 
Thaddeus H. Shaw. 
J. Frank Smith. 
James M. Snyder. 



Post Office. 
An ' r.'ilf, 
Bareville, 
Green Village, 
Green Village, 
Annville, 
Clearfield, 
Soudereburg, 
Annville. 
Annville, 
Friedensburg. 
Annville. 
Ann mile. 
Ann rill e. 
Trernont. 
Gra/i. 

Acorn Hill. Vn. 
Clear field, 
Clearfield. 
Annville. 
Lebanon. 



Room. 
Mr. Mover's. 
26 N. C. 
31 N. C. 
31 N. C. 

Rev. Mr. Potter's. 
36 N. C. 
29 N. C. 
Mr. Rigler's. 
Rev. Mr. Rigor's. 
25 N. C. 
Mr. Savior's. 
Mrs. Siegrist's. 
Mrs. Siegrist's. 
25 N. C. 
15 S. C. 
28 N. C. 
33 N. C. 
33 N. C. 
Mr. Smith's. 
Mr. Snyder's. 



Henry B. Spayd, 


Prescott, 


Mr. Spaj'd's. 


Olive Hi Stehman, 


Mountville. 


20 S. C. 


Alice Stehman, 


Mountville, 


20 S. C. , 


Mary E. Steinmetz, 


Annville, 


Mr. Steinnietz's. 


J. C. D.. Stouffer, 


Campbettstown, 


36 X. C. 


Moses B. Sunpay. 


Hamburg. 


31 N. C. 


David Ulrich, 


Middle/own , 


35 N. C. 


Adam Y. Vhrich. 


Heilman's Dale, 


Mr. Urich's. 


1 Annie M. Wolf, 


Annville, 


Mr. W r olf s. 


Senior Pre, aratorians, 


" " 


72. 


♦Dismissed. 



12 Lebanon Y alley College* 


* 
PREPARATORY CLASS. 


Names. 


Post Office. 


Room. 


Frank F. Barlow, 


3Iahanoy City, 


28 N.C. 


Rolandus K. Brechbill, 


Annville, 


Mr. Brechbill's. 


M. E. H. Brightbill, 


Annville, 


Mr. BrightbiU's. 


Benjamin Flowers. 


Lebanon? 


Mr. Flowers's. 


Sallie A. Herb, 


Ann-mile, 


Mr. Hen's. 


Emma C. Hetrich, 


Annville, 


Mr. Hetrich's. 


Harvey C. Hoverter, 


Annville, 


Mr. Hoverter s. 


Abner B. Hoverter, 


Annville, 


Mr. Hoverter's. 


Emma L. Killinger, 


Annville, 


Mr. Killinger's. 


John Killinger, 


Annville, 


Mr. Killinger's. 


Morris 0. Kreider, 


Annville, 


Air. Kreider's. 


Gideon R. Kreider, 


Annville* 


Mr. Kreider 's. 


Jennie L. Light, 


Annville. 


Kev. Mr. Light's. 


Annie F. Light, 


Annville, 


Rev. Mr. Light's. 


Sallie G. Loose, 


Upper Bern, 


Mr. Loose's. 


Lillie Mark, 


Annville, 


15 N. C. 


Morris A. Meyer, 


Annville, 


Mr. Meyer's. 


1 Eri L. Meyer, 


Annville T 


Mr. Meyer's. . 


Clara C. Meyer, 


Annville 7 


Mr. Meyer'*. 


j Lawrence G. Noll, 


Annville, 


Rev. Mr. Noll's. 


! Adam Phreaner, 


Annville, 


Mr. Phreaner's. 


J. Willie Pike, 


Millernburg, 


Ifi N. C. 


! Miles Isaiah Potter, 


Annville, 


Rev. Mr. Potter's. 


Charles E. Rauch, 


Lebanon, 


Mr. Rauch 's. 


M. Ellie Richard, 

. , 


Annville. 


Mr. Richard's. 



Lebanon Yalley College. 



Names. 
A. Arbelin Rigor, 
Markwood Rigor, 
Henry Stein, 
Emma R. Steinmetz, 



Post Office. 

Annville, 
Annville, 
Annville, 
Annville, 



Room. 
Rev. Mr. Rigor's. 
Rev. Mr. Rigor's. 
Mrs. Stein's. 
Mr. Steinnietz's. 



bALLIE J. IOTJNG, 

Preparatorians, 

i 


Kiuinger, 


ID S. \J. 

30. 


• 


• 


i Alfred C. Ault, 


Annville, 


Mrs. Ault's. 


! George TV. Bair, 


Annville, 


Mr. Bali's. 


| Henry Y. Bressler, 


Sinking Springs, 


32 N. C. 


Moser Brumbach, 


Sinking Springs,, 


10 X. C. 


Aaron W. Carmany, 


Annville, 


Mr. Caimarry's. , 


!' Henry G. Dillman, 


Llewellyn, 


23 N. C. 


Frank S. Fisher, 


Annville, 


Mr. Fisher's. 


Israel S. Gruber, 


Annville, 


Mr. Gruber's. 


William X. Matter, 


Elizabeth ville, 


31 N. C. 


H. C. Mellinger, 


Lebanon, 


Mr. MelliDger's. 


John B. Reist, 


Annville, 


Mr. Reist's. 


William H. Seibert, 


Union Deposit, 


9 X. C. 


( Phil. J. Shaeffer, 


Lebanon, 


Mr. Shaeffer's. 


Samuel S. Stacks, 


Mount Joy, 


39 X. C. 


Total, 

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14. 









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1 



Clara J. Siegrist-. 
'Mary E. Groff, 
Rebecca Schweitzer, 
Sallie B. Collier,. 
George W. Hursh, 
Emma K. Rigler, . 
C. E. Cassel, 
Mary E. Steinmetz, 
J. C. D. Stouffer, 
Willie G. (L Keys,. 
J. Frank Smith, 
Monroe P. Sanders,. 
William N. Matter. 
Olive H. Stehman, 
Alice Stehman, 
Phil. S. Kinports, 
J. Willie Pike, 
E. W. Pejrler, 
Willie C. K. Rtgor ? 
John E. Lehman, 
Lizzie E. Mase, 



Adam R. Forney, 
John B. Kinports ? 
John G. Dissinger, 
Ezra EL Gingrich, 
Samuel H. Clair, 
William D. Mower, 
Newton Rest, 
Robert Steinmetz, 
Henry C. Dillman, 
Jane E. Kauffman, 
Sallie E. Gettel, 
Emma Y. Gettel, 
Mary A. Light, 
Ellen Jane Mark, 
Sadie B. Crall, 
Sallie J. Young, 
Laura E. Saylor, 
Rebecca Kinports, 
John H. Graybeill, 
A. Arbelin Rigor, 
Lizzie E. Weibman, 



Lebanon 


V 


alley College. 


15 


George A. Loose, 






Susan Imboden, 


! 
1 


H. W. Musser, 






Ellen Meyer, 




William H. Lehman, 






Isaac A. Loose, 




Sallie Herr, 






Harvey C. Hoverter, 




H. E. Steinmetz, . 






John N. Riland, 




H. E. Geyer, 






Thaddeus H. Shaw, 




Rosie A. Gruber, 






Kate G. Smith, 




B. Frank Knociie, 






Emma C. Hetrich, 




A. B. Ressler, 






Isaac H. Albright, 




John W. Beckley, 






Adam L. Kreider, 




Clara 


C. 


Meyer. 




$Um in 

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Ifftftcif §x*wiu%* 




Sallie E. Collier, 






J. Willie Pike, 


t 


E. W. Detbler, 






Clara J. Siegrist, 




Mary E. Groff, 






Kate G. Smith, 




William 0. Herr, 






Mary E. Steinmetz, 




Aaron G. Herr, 






Hiram E. Steinmetz, 




Harvey C. Hoverter, 






Rebecca Schweitzer, 




Phil. S. Kinports, 






Sallie J. Young, 




B. F 

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RANK 


Knoche. 





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Lebanon Valley College. 



mu m ftaitf ar Orgnti: 



Samuel H. Clair. 
C. E. Cassel,. 
E. W. Deibler, 
Mary E. Grope, 
Sallie E. Gettel, 
Emma V. Gettel, 
Harvey C.Hoverter, 
Willie G. 0. Keys, 
Fannie 0. Killinger ? 
B. Frank Knoche, 
John E. Lehman, 
Samuel D. Light,, 
Jacob H. Light, 
Noah G. Light. 



Ellen Jane Mark. 
Clara C. Meyer, 
John A, Meyer, 
A. B. Ressler, 
Willie C. K. Rigor,. 
A. Arbelin Rigor, 
Charles E. Rauch, 
Rebecca Sc.hweitz.er, 
Kate G. Smith. 
Alice Stehman, 
Olive tL St-ehman, 
H. B. Stehman, 
Sallie E. Weaver., 

SALIIE J. YOUNGL 



&Uw in fajWitf* 



Sallie E. Collier, 
William 0. Herr, 
Aaron G. Herr, 
Harvey C. Hoverter, 
Jane E. Kauefman. 



Willie G. O. Keys, 
Hi C. Mellinger t 
Ellen Jane jMark, 
Annie M. Siegrist, 
J. Frank Smith, 



Sallie J. Young. 



Lebanon Valley College. 

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11 


i CLASSICAL DEPARTMENT. 




Seniors, . - • 


5 


Juniors, ..... 


- 1 


Sophomores, .... 


6 


Freshmen, ..... 


- 4 


Senior Preparatory, - 


6 


Preparatory, - 


- 3 




— 25 


LADIES' DEPARTMENT. 




Seniors, - - 


1 


Juniors, - - 


- 1 


Sophomores, * - - - 


2 


Freshmen, - - . % - 


- 6 


■ 


— 9 


SCIENTIFIC DEPARTMENT. 




Seniors, - 


1 


Second Year, - 


- 1 > 


First Year, ----- 


If 


Senior Preparatory, .... 


- T2 


Preparatory, - 

! 


30 

— 115 


COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT. 




Course, (completed,) ... - 


- 8 


Course, {not yet completed,) 


6 
<— 14 


Total number of Students, 

ABBREVIATIONS. 

N. C— New College. S. C- 


163 


-South College. 



Lebanon Y alley College. 



Requirements of Admission. 

All candidates for admission mast be of suitable age, and must 
present satisfactory evidence of gvod moral character. 

A fair knowledge of the common b r anches is requisite for admis- 
sion to the Preparatory class. 

Candidates for advanced standing must pass a satisfactory exami- 
nation upon the studies pursued by the class which they propose en- 
tering, or in their equivalents. 

Candidates properly prepared in some studies for admission to a 
higher class, but deficient in others, will be required to make up their 
requisitions by regular recitations in the lower classes. This re- 
quirement is essential to pioper progress in the higher branches. 
[jggr No vicious, idle, or disobedient student toill be retained in the 
Institution, nor will such be knowingly received. 



SENIOR PREPARATORY. 
FALL TERM. 

Higher Arithmetic, .... Robinson. 

Pli3'sical Geography, - ' Warren. 

English Grammar and Analysis, - - Fewsmith. 

General History, - - - Anderson. 

Latin Grammar and Reader, - - - Harkness. 

WINTER TERM. 

Elementary Algebra, .... Robinson. 

Composition and Rhetoric, - Boyd. 

Latin Grammar and Reader, - - - Harkness. 
Greek Grammar and Lessons, ... Goodwin. 

Natural History, ----- Tenney. 

SPRING TERM. 

Elementary Algebra, (completed,) - - Robinson. 

Composition and Rhetoric, (completed,) - - Boyd. 

Caesar's Gallic War, ... Chase and Stuart. 

Greek Grammar and Lessons, - Goodwin. 



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FRESHMAN YEAR. 




FILL TERM. 






Higher Algebra, ... 


- 


- Robinson. 


Anatomy, Physiology, and Hygiene, 


- 


Cutter. 


Cicero's Orations, ... 


Chase 


and Stuart. 


Classical Geography, ... 


- 


ESCHENBURG. 


Greek Grammar and Lessons, 


- 


Goodwin. 


WINTER TERM. 






Higher Algebra, 


- 


Robinson. 


English Literature, ... 


- 


Shaw. 


Virgil. - - 


Chase 


and Stuart. 


Prose Composition, ... 


- 


Harkness. 


Anabasis. ----- 


- 


Boice. 


Greek Testament, ... 


- 


Greenfield. 


SPRING TERM. 






Geometiy, - 


- 


- Robinson. 


Botany, ..... 


- 


Gray. 


Virgil, (continued,) 


Chase 


and Stuart. 


Prose Composition, (weekly,) 


- 


Harkness. 


Anabasis, (continued.) 


- 


Boice. 


Greek Testament, 


- 


Greenfield. 


SOPHOMORE YEAR. 




FALL TERM. 






Geometry and Plane Trigonometry, 


- 


Robinson. 


Political Economy, 


- 


Wayland. 


Science of Government. 


- 


Alden. 


Livy, 


- 


Lincoln. 


Prose Composition, (weekly,) 


- 


- Harkness. 


Herodotus, .... 


- 


Johnson. 


Greek Testament, ... 


- 


Greenfield. 


WINTER TERM. 






Spherical Trigonometry, 


- 


- Robinson. 


Natural Theology, ... 


- 


Paley. 


Horace, (Odes,) ... 


Chase 


and Stuart. 


Roman and Grecian Mythology, (weekly,) 


- 


Eschenburg. 


Xenophnn's Memorabilia, 


- 


Robinson. 


Greek Testament, ... 


- 


Greenfield. 


SPRING TERM. 






Conic Sections, 




Robinson. 


Horace, (Epistles,) 


Chase 


and Stuart. 


Grecian Antiquities, (weekly,) 




Eschenburg. 


Xenophon's Memorabilia, 


- 


Robinson. 


Greek Testament, ... 


- 


Greenfield. 


The Evidences of Christianity, 


- 


Paley. 



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JUNIOR YEAR. 

FALL TERM. 

Analytical Geometry. - 
Cicero de Amicitia de Senectute, 
Roman Antiquities, ... 
Homer's Iliad, ... 

Greek Testament, ... 
The Art of Discourse, 



WINTER TERM. 



Natural Philosophy, 
Tacitus's Germania, 
Plato's Apology, 
Greek Testament, 
Logic, 



SPRING TERM. 



Natural Philosophy, 

Tacitus's Agricola, 

The Alcestis of Euripides, 

The Prometheus of ^Eschylus, 

Greek Testament, 

Logic, (completed,) 



Robinson. 

Dillaway. 

EsCHENBURG. 

Owen. 

Greenfield. 

Pay. 

Olmsted. 

Tyler. 

- Tyler. 

Greenfield. 

McCosh. 



Olmsted. 
Tyler. 

WOOLSEY. 

Greenfield. 
McCosh. 



Astronomy. 
Cicero's De Officiis. 
Plato's Gorgias, 
Mental Philosophy. 



SENIOR YEAR. 
FALL TERM. 



WINTER TERM. 



Chemistry. - 

The Elements of Criticism. 

Moral Philosophy. 

SPRING TERM. 

Geology, .... 
The History of Philosophy, 
Analogy of Religion, 



Looms. 
Anthon. 

WOOLSET. 

Haves. 

- YOLMAN. 

- Boyd's Kames. 
Fairchild. 



Dana. 
Seeleye's Schwegler. 

BUELER. 







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§iu\\& Am**. 






FRESHMAN YEAR. 






FALL TERM. 






Higher Arithmetic, .... 


Robinson. 




Physical Geography-, .... 


Warren. 




Latin Grammar, .... 


Harkness. 




General History, .... 


Anderson. 




WINTER TERM. 






Elementary Algebra, .... 


Robinson. 




Natural History, - 


T'enney, 




Latin Grammar and Reader, 


Harkness. 




Composition and Rhetoric, 


Boyd. 




SPRING TERM. 






Elementary Algebra, ... 


Robinson. 




Caesar's Gallic War, ... Chase 


and Stewart. 




Composition and Rhetoric, ... 


Boyd. 




SOPHOMORE YEAR. 






FALL TERM. 






Higher Algebra, .... 


- Robinson. 




Anatomy. Physiology, and H3*giene, 


Cutter. 




Cicero's Orations, ... Chase 


and Stewart. 




Classical Geography, - 


Eschenbcrg. 




WINTER TERM. 






Higher Algebra, .... 


Robinson. 




Virgil, - - - - Chase 


and Stewart. 




Prose Composition, (weekly,) 


Harkness. 




English Literature, .... 


Shaw. 




SPRING TERM. 






Geometry, - 


Robinson. 




Virgil, .... Chase 


and Stewart. 




Prose Composition, (weekly,) 


Harkness. 




Botany, ..... 


Gray. 









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JUNIOR YEAR. 
FALL TERM. 



Geometry and Trigonometry, 

Livy, 

Prose Composition, (weekly.) 

Political Economy, 

Science of Government, 



WINTER TERM. 



Natural Philosophy, 

Horace, 

Grecian and Roman Mythology, 

Logic, 

Natural Theology, 



Robinson. 

Lincoln. 

Harkness. 

Wayland. 

Alden. 



Olmsted. 

Chase and Stewart. 

esciienburg. 

McCosii. 

Pa LEY. 



SPRING TERM. 



Natural Philosophy, 

Logic, 

Evidences of Christianity, 



Olmsted. 

McCosh. 

Paley. 



SENIOR YEAR. 

FALL TERM. 
x. 
Astronom3 r , - - 

Mental Philosophy, 

The Art of Discourse, 

WINTER TERM. 

Chemistry, .._■_- 

Moral Philosophy, 

The Elements of Criticism, 

SPRING TERM. 

Geology, - 

The History of Philosophy, 

Analogy of Religion, 



Loomis. 

Haven. 

Day. 



- You man. 

Fairchild. 

Boyd's Kames. 



Dana. 

Seeleye's Schwegler. 
Butler. 



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PREPARATORY YEAR. 



Studies. 

Oithography, 

Geography, 
Etymology, 
Mental Arithmetic, 
Written Arithmetic, 
Reading, 
English Grammar, 



Union Speller. 

Warren's Common School. 

Haldeman. 

- Brooks's Normal. 

Robinson. 

Union Sixth. 

Fewsmith. 



History of the United States, 



Anderson. 



Exercises. 

Penmanship, 
* Drawing, 
*Vocal Music, 
Declamation. 
Composition. 



Spencerian. 
Bartholomew. 



♦Elective. 



The old classes are reorganized and new ones are formed at the 
beginning of each Term. 



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FIRST YEAR. 


1 


FALL TERM. 




English Grammar, - 


Fewsmitk. 


General History, - 


Anderson. 


Higher Arithmetic, - 


Robinson. 


Physical Geography, .... 


Warren. 


WINTEB TERM. 




Composition and. Rhetoric, 


Boyd. 


English Literature, ... 


Shaw. 


Elementary Algebra, ... 


Robinson. 


Natural History, ... 


- Tenney. 


SPRING TERM. 




Composition and Rhetoric. 


Boyd. 


Elementary Algebra, (completed,) 


- Robinson. 


Botany, - ... 


Gray. 


SECOND YEAR. 




FALL TERM. 




Political Economy. 


Wayland. 


The Science of Government. 


Alden. 


Higher Algebra, 


Robinson. 


Anatomy. Physiology, and Hygiene. 


Cutter. 


WINTER TERM. 




Natural Theologj , 


Paley. 


Higher Algebra, 


Robinson. 


Moral Philosophy, 


Fairchild. 


Chemistry, .... 


Youman. 


SPRING TERM. 




The Evidences of Christianity, 


Paley. 


Geometry, ------ 


Robinson. 


Geology, ..... 


Dana. 



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SENIOR TEAR. 



FALL TERM. 

Mental Philosophy, 

Rhetoric. .... 

Geometiy and Plane Trigonometiy, 



Haven. 
Day. 

Robinson. 



Astronomy, - 


EOOMIS. 


WINTER TERM. 




The Elements of Logic, 


McCosh. 


The Elements of Criticism, 


- Boyd's Kames. 


Spherical Trigonometry, - 


- Robinson. 


Natural Philosophy, ... 


Olmsted. 


SPRING TERM. 




Logic, ..... 


McCosh. 


Natural Philosophy, - . - 


- Olmsted. 


Analogy of Religion, ... 

I 


Butler. 



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I 
■ - -J 


(6imt9$ in ttoe p^ten §dhm 


i 


FIRST YEAR, 




FALL' TERM. 




(French.) Oral Method, (Pari I.) 


Keetles. 


(German.) German Grammar, - 


WORMAN. 


WINTER TERM. 




(French.) Oral Method, (Part IP) 


Keetles. 


(German.) German Grammar, (completed,) 


Worm an. 


German Reader, (begun,) 


- Worm an. 


SPRING TERM. 




(French.) Oral Method, {Part TIL) 


- Keetles. 


(German.) German Reader, (completed) 


WORMAN. 


SECOND YEAR, 




FALL TERM. 




(French.) Les A ventures de Telemaque, (Fenelon 


.)• Fasqtjelle. 


(German.) Maid of Orleans, - 


- Schiller, j 


WINTER TERM. 




(French.) Vie de Napoleon, (Dumas,) 


Fasquelle. 


(German.) Hand Rook of German Literature,. - 


Adler. 


SPRING TERM. 




(French.) Literature de Franeaise, 


Chapsal. 


(German.) Hand Book, (continued.) - 


A DEER. 


Abundant exercises, written and conversational, 


throughout the 


Course. 





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until gkpartnmii 



I. Course in Vocal Music. 

Two clashes are organized in Vocal Music at the beginning of each 
Term. The advanced class has drill exercises and practice in Quartette 
and Chorus Singing. The second class is designed for beginners and 
such as are not sufficiently proficient to read music readily and correctly. 



II. Course in Instrumental Music. 

1 . Q*Y TEE <Pl£J\'0» 

Richardson's Instruction Book ; Czerney's Ecole de Velocite, Books 
1, 2, and 3. Selections from popular composers. 

S, Q,Y TEE QjRG3JV t 

Root and Cady's School for the Organ ; Vocal and Instrumental 
Sheet Music. 

8 Ow THE Gl'lTajR* ' 

Curtiss's Method for the Spanish Guitar; Vocal and Instrumental 
Sheet Music. 



The Fine Arts. 

In this Department we aim to make the student acquainted with 
nature, — to train mind and soul, as well as hand and e} T e. Instruction 
is given in perspective and the principles of drawing ; also, in oil, 
pastel, crayon, and water colors ; in faces, figures, fruit, and landscape, 
both from models and from nature. 



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ISwiotI fttnuwto 



LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE is located at Annville T a pleas- 
ant rural village, situated in one of the most delightful portions of the 
beautiful Lebanon Yalley. The village is noted for its healthfullness 
and freedom from those temptations to vice so common to cities and 
large towns. It is easily accessible from all points, being located on 
the direct route of railroad travel from Harrisburg, via Reading, to 
Philadelphia or New York. Trains stopping at Annville leave Harris- 
burg and Reading three times a day, Sundays excepted. 

Buildings and Grounds. 

There. are two large buildings and a campus of about six acres. The 
buildings are of brick and are capable of accommodating a large num- 
ber of students. All non-resident students board in the institution, and 
hence are under the continual care of the President and Professors. 

Furnishing and Outfit. 

Students are required to furnish their own bedding, excepting the 
mattress, bolster, and pillows. The} 7 should have their blankets, sheets, 
pillow cases, and clothing indelibly marked with their full names. 

Parents and guardians are advised that the student needs very little 
pocket-money. In many cases it is safer that his funds be entrusted to 
an officer of the institution whose discretion may regulate his expendi- 
tures. 

Discipline. 

The GOVERNMENT of the College is strict, but parental. 

The object of the Institution is to afford a home, where parents or 
guardians may place their children and wards with safety and profit, 
and where young men and young ladies maj T be fitted for usefulness 
under influences calculated to refine their tastes r ennoble their aspira- 
tions, discipline their intellectual powers, and develop a high Christian 
character. Every unexcused absence, failure, or misdemeanor is re- 
ported to the facult} r , and a record made of the same. 

The first three demerit marks will subject a student to private re- 
proof; the first six, to reproof before the faculty ; the first nine, to re- 
proof in public, with notice to parent or guardian, and the first twelve, 
to dismission from the College. 

The faculty may, on evidence of reformation, restore a dismissed 
student. 



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Leave of Absence. 

No student is allowed to be absent during the term, without special 
leave. The absence of a student, even a day in term time, exerts on 
his progress an evil influence, which is seldom fully appreciated by pa- 
rents and guardians ; hence no apology but that of sickness, or other 
unavoidable accident, is sufficient to excuse a student from a regular 
attendance at recitation. 

Books of Reference. 

The following manuals are recommended : — Anthon's Classical Dic- 
tionary^, Eschenburg's Manual of Classical Literature, Webster's or 
Worcester's Unabridged Dictionary, Long's Classical Atlas, and Cros- 
by's Greek Grammar. 

Religious Services. 

Religions service is held in the College Chapel in the morning of 
each day, which all the students are required to attend. 

Students from abroad, who arc residents of the College, are also re- 
quired to attend public worship on Sabbath morning and evening, 
with the Faculty, except those who on account of Church membership 
or wish of parent or guardian may prefer to attend church elsewhere. 

Students' prayer meetings, which all are invited to attend, are held 
on each Tuesday evening. 

Studies and Recitations. 

Students will pursue the studies of the classes to which they are as- 
signed unless exempted for special reasons. Xo student will take a 
study to which he has not been assigned, nor discontinue a study with- 
out permission obtained from the Faculty. 

Examinations. 

Public examinations will be held at the close of the first term before 
a committee of the Faculty, and at the close of the year before a com- 
mittee appointed by the Patronizing Conferences. The examinations 
are intended to be thorough and have an influence in determining the 
standing of the student. 

In all cases when from any cause a student has failed to be present 
at the regular examination he shall undergo an examination before being 
permitted again to recite in the classes of the College. 



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Lebanon Valley College. 



Rhetorical Exercise. 

An exercise in composition is required of each student once in two 
weeks ; also a public oratorical exercise of the regular College classes, 
monthly. 

Graduation and ©egress. 

Every one of the studies prescribed in each course is deemed essen- 
tial to graduating in that course. 

Bacnelor of Arts, 
This degree will be conferred in course upon any student of the 
College who shall complete the studies of the Classical Coarse, and 
shall pass a satisfactory examination upon the same. 

Mistress of Arts. 
This degree will be conferred in course upon any female student who 
shall complete the studies of the Ladies' Course and shall pass a satis- 
factory examination upon the same. 

Master of Arts. 

This degree will be conferred upon any Bachelor of Arts who has, 
for at least three years since his graduation, devoted himself to literary 
or professional pursuits, and has during the same time sustained a good 
moral character. 

Certificate. 

To any student who completes the Scientific Course, a certificate to 
that effect will be given. 

Literary Societies. 

There are connected with the College three Literary Societies — the 
Philokosmian, the Athenian, and the CiiaESTOOATHEAN. 



Text Books. 

All the text books used may be obtained at the College at reasona- 
ble rates. 



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law mu\ fiartiw. 

The Collegiate year is divided into three terras. The Fall Term 
will begin on Monday, August 19th, and will end on Friday, December 
20th. The Winter Term will begin on Monday, January 13th, 1873, and 
will close on Friday, March 21st, 1873. The Spring Term will begin on 
Monday, March 24th, 1873, and will close on Friday, June 13th, 1873. 

Student* should enter, if possible, on the first day of the term. 



Boarding, Washing, Light, Fuel, and Tuition. 

For Fall Term, - - $88 00 

For Winter Term, - - 52 00 

For Spring Term, - - B0 00 

Day students will be charged — 

For Fall Terra, from $18 to $21. 
For Winter Term, from $10 to $12. 
For Spring Terra, from $12 to $14. 



Extra Charges. 

Fall Term. 
Two Lesson? per week on tlie Piano or Organ, 

witli use of instrument for practice $18 00 

Two Lessons per week on the Guitar 15 00 

Vocal Music, two lessons per week 3 00 

Oil Painting, a lesson each day 14 03 

Pastel, a lesson each day 9 00 

Ornamental Penmanship, two lessons per week, 6 00 

Pencil Drawing, a lesson each day 4 00 



Terms of Payment. 

One-half invariably in advance ; the balance at the middle of the 

term. 

j 
i 



inter Term. 


Spring Term 


$10 00 


$12 00 


10 00 


10 00 


2 00 


2 00 


9 00 


11 00 


6 00 


6 00 


4 00 


5 00 


2 50 


2 50 



Lebanon Valley College. 



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THEORETICAL AM) PRACTICAL. 



This embraces the principles ami rudiments of business as taught in 
most of the Commercial Colleges. After completing the studies of this 
department, and passing a satisfactory examination thereon, the student 
is admitted into the 



ACTUAL BUSIXESS DEPARTMENT. 



where the business transpiring among the students is just as actual as 
that which takes place in the business world ; he buys and sells, han- 
dles bank bills and specie, deposits and checks out the same ; gives and 
takes notes : draws and accepts drafts, executes accounts, xale and cur- 
rent;. makes out invoices, bills, &c He first commences as a sole 
trader, then takes in a partner, being now prepared through increase of 
capital and enlarged experience to extend his business operations. He 
then engages in some Wholesale Jobbing or Manufacturing business. 
Collections are made th-ouofh banks and private agencies, and remit- 



Lebanon Valley College. 33 



tances sent in the usual manner. In buying and selling he learns to 
watch carefully all the phases of the market and to study the theory of 
gains from the practice he is aiTorderl. He is also thoroughly drilled 
in original entries of all kinds and learns to rely on himself. Having 
had sufficient practice in this direction, he passes into the other de- 
partments anl becomes, in turn, proprietor or employee in a Commis- 
mission House, Forwarding Hon*'. Grain Emporium, Railroad Office. 
&c. From these positions he passes into the Merchandise Emporium. 
where he becomes, in turn. Shipping Ulerk, Salesman, Book-Keeper, 
and Business Manager. 

After passing through all the offices, and giving evidence of his pro- 
ficiency, he is at last passed into the INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE 
BANK, where he becomes a financier and learns to apply the lessons 
of his course in this direction. The Bank is fitted up in the most ele- 
gant style, and is furnished with a complete set of books. It discounts 
notes, receives and pays money on deposit, makes collections, issues 
Certificates of Stock. Certificates of Deposit. Bills of Exchange. «fcc. 
precisely the same as any regular bank. The -tudents in turn perform 
all the duties connected with the different offices, and thus become fa- 
miliar with all the entries and processes practised in banks. 

A description in detail of the operations of the Commercial Depart- 
ment would be neither more nor less than a portraiture of the regular 
business operations of any well ordered and extensive mercantile com- 
munity. Nothing is feigned — all is real. Even" note given, deposit 
made, or check drawn, is for a consideration and represents value. 
Every experienced business man will readily perceive the superior ad- 
vantages of such a system of training, as it alone can secure that de- 
gree of skill and accuracy which the exigencies of business so impera- 
tively demand. 

No student will be admitted into this department who has not a fair 
knowledge of the common branches, and a good moral character. 
Daily lessons will be given in Commercial Law. Commercial Arithme- 
tic, and Penmanship, besides special class drills, once a week, in Con- 
signments. Merchandise. Companies. &c When a student has com- 
pleted the course and passed a satisfactory examination upon the same, 
he will receive a Diploma. The time required to complete a course is 
fi'om four to eight months, varying according to the ability and appli- 
cation of the student. 



34 Lebanon Yalley College. 




• 

EXPENSED 

Boarding*, Washing', Fuel, and' Room-rent, per week, 
Tuition, for Fall Term, ------ 

" " Winter Term, 

" "■ Spring Term, 


I 

- % 4 00 

20 00 

- 12 00 
15 00 



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,. 1872. 

Sabbath, June 9th, 10 o'clock, A. M. 

Baccalaureate Sermon by the Rev. D. EBERLY, A. M., 

President of Cottage Hill College, York, Pa. 

Wednesday, June 12th, 3 o'clock, P. M. 
Re-union Meeting of the Philokosmian Literary Society. 

Wednesday, June 12th, 8 o'clock, P. M. 

Annual Address before the Literary Societies, 

by the Rev. C. T. STEARN, of Baltimore, Md. 

Thursday, June IWi, 9 o'clock, A. M. 
COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES. 



Thursday, Friday, Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, 
June 6th, 7th, 10th, 11th, and 12th. 



itftM 



Monday, August 19th, 1812. — Fall Term begins. 
Friday, December 20th, 1812. — Fall Term closes. 
- Monday, January 13th, 1873. — Winter Term begins. 
Friday, March. 21st, 1873. — Winter Term closes. 
Monday, March 2ilh, 1873— Spring Term begins. 
Friday, June ISth, 1873. — Spring Term closes. 

Tuesday, June 11th, 3 o'clock, P. M. — Annual Meeting of the Board 

of Trustees.