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C HA R TE B E D BY THE STATE LEGISLATURE. 



SEVE^'TH 



Annual Catalogue 



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COLIjEa-IuA.TE "X'EA.H, lS7S3-'73. 



LEBANON : 

e. M. BOWMAN & CO.. Pttblishkbs. 

1873. 



LEBAXON VALLEY COLLEGE. 



IH^aril tff mrn^tee^ 



]?Ev. J. WEAVER. 

Rev. Z. a. COLESTOCK. . 

JOSEPH B. HURSH. Esq.. 

GIDEON LIGHT. E.sq.. 

A. S. RILANI). E,-^., . 

liKv. J. RrXK. 

Rev. J. W. HOTT. 

Rev. a. M. EVERS. 

Rev. WILLIAM B. RABER. . 

Rev. .JACOB HOKE. 

Rev. L. W. C^RAUMER. 

J. L. BREINKJ. Es(i.. 

Rev. G. W. >[ILES RIGOR. . 

HEXRY H. KREIDER. Esq.. 

Rev. J. HARP. . 

Rev. J. L. GRIMM. . 

Rev. SAMUEL A. MOWERS. . 

ANDREW P. OYLER. Esq.. 

Rev. J. C. SMITH. 

Rev. JOHN ]SIEYER. 

Rev. J. W. KUNKLE. . 

Rev. lewis PETERS. 

RUDOLPH HERR. Esq.. 

MONROE FUNKHOUSER. Esq.. 

DANIEL KOHLER. Esq.. 

Rev. GEORGE A. MARK, 

JOHN B. STEHMAN, Esq., . 

Rev. EZEKIEL LIGHT. 



Baltimore, Md. 
IVIechanicsburo;. Pa. 
Newville, Pa. 
Lebanou, Pa. 
Frieclensburii-. Pa. 
Lebaiii)!!. Pa. 
Haa^er^itown . Md. 
Fred(.-rick. Md. 
Y.n-k Pa. 
C'hambersbiirij:, Pa. 
Lebanon. Pa. 
Allentown, Pa. 
Annville. Pa. 
Annville. Pa. 
Boonsboi-o'- Md. 
Hag-erstown. ]Md. 
A[eflianif'sburii\ Pa. 
Green ^'illage. Pa. 
Newville. Pa. 
Annville. Pa. 
ilyevstoAvn. Pa. 
Interfoni'se. Pa. 
Annville. Pa. 
Mt. Jackson, Va. 
Hagerstowni. Md. 
Annville. Pa. 
Mountville. Pa. 
Annville. Pa. 



Pees't L. H. HAMMOND, A. M. 
Prof. E. BENJ. BIERMAN, A. M. 
Rev. Prof. W. S. H. KEYS, A. M. 



LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE. 



Ifltreris of the ^f^'^i'f ^^^K' 



PRESIDENT : 

Rev. J. WEAVER. 



RECORDING AND CORRESPONDING SECRETARY : 

Rev. EZEKIEL LIGHT. 



TREASURER: 

HENRY H. KREIDER, Esq. 



STEWARD : 

Rev. GEORGE A. MARK. 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE : 

Prof. L. H. Hammond, Chairman , Rev. G. A. Mark, 

Rev. E. Light, Secretary^ H. U. Kreider, Esq., 

Rudolph Herr, Esq. 



Agent : 
Rev. Ezekiel Light. 



LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE. 



0iiimiftef5i. 



Rev. Prof. Daniel Eberly, A. M., 

Rev. J. H. Young, 

Rev. J. F. Reinmund, A. M., 

Rev. J. A. Rondthaler, 

Rev. C. B. Hammack, 

Rev. J. E. Hiester. A. M., 

Rev. D. D. Keedy, 

Rev. Ezekiel Light, 



Abbottstown, Pa. 
York,, Pa. 
Lebanon, Pa. 
Lebanon, Pa. 
Mortinaburg, Va. 
Annville, Pa. 
Keedysville, Md. 
Annville, Pa. 



Rev. William A. Jackson, 
Rev. M. p. Doyle, . 
Rev. J. Walker, . 



Altoona, Pa. 
Johnstown, Pa. 
Altoona, Pa. 



LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE. 



Jracttl.fif. 



L. H. HA3IM0NI), A. M., President, 

Professur of the Greek and Latin Languages and Literature. 

E. BENJ. BIERMAN, A. 3L, 

Professor of Mathematics and Na.tural Philosophy. 

Rev. WILLIAM H. H. KEYS, A. M., 

Professor of Mental and Moral Science. 

J. H. SHOPP, A. B., 

Professor of Natural Science. 

Eev. J. WESLEY ETTER, A. B., 

P)-ofessor of Rhetoric and English Literature. 

Miss S. E. DRUMMOND, 
Instrumental Music and the Fine Arts. 



ADAM R. FORNEY, 

Teaclier of the English Branches. 



LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE. 



NOTE.-C, Classical Course. L, Ladies' Course. S, Scientific Course. 



Names. 
Henry B. Stehman, 
Sallie Burns, 
Charles S. Daniels, 
George A. Loose, 

Seniors, 



Post Office. 
C, 3Iountville, 
L., Sporting Bill, 
S., Bernville, 
S., Spring Gardev, 



Room. 
Mr. Imboden's. 
Mrs. Heisy's. 

Main Street. 
4. 



Names, 
John E. Lehman, 
Z. S. G. Light, 
Robert Steinmetz, 
Hiram E. Steinmetz. 
Rebecca Kinports. 
Ellen Jane Mark, 

Juniors, 



jr 


^'70'h' CLASS 




Post Office. 


c. 


Annville, 


c, 


Lebanon, 


c, 


Annville, 


c. 


Durlach, 


L., 


Annville, 


li.. 


A nnville, 



Room. 

9 N. C. 
37 N. C. 
Mr. Steinmetz's. 
.38 N. C. 

Judge Kinports's. 
U N. C. 

6. 



Names. 
Samuel H. Clair, 
Adam R. Forney, 

Sophomores, 



so^^ojfo^Ji' CZ.ASS: 

Post Office. 
C, Mount Joy, 
C, Annville, 



Room. 

39 N. C. 

College Avenue. 

2. 



LEBAXOX VALI.ET COLLEGE. 





F"U£:sii.ir.Ji . ^ ■' cza ss. 




Names. 




Post OrficE. 


Room. 


Isaac H. Albright, 


c, 


P)'ogress, 


28 N. C. 


J. Newton Fries, 


c. 


White Hall, Va., 


Mr. Steiiimetz's. 


Peter Gr.iybetll, 


c, 


Annville, 


Mr. Graybeill's. 


George W. IIursh, 


c, 


Newmlle, 


33 N. C. 


Sallie E. Gettee, 


L., 


Lebanon, 


8 L. H. 


Emma V. Gettel, 


liM 


Lebanon, 


8 L. H. 


Louisa S. Leisenrixg 


, L., 


Altoona, 


Dr. Leisenring's 


Freshmen, 


- 


_ _ _ 


7. 



SJ^.TIOli T'KBTACfi.A TOIRr CLA.'i.S. 



Names. 



Hiram I^alsbalgh, 
Samuel 15. Graybeill, 
Willie G. O. Keys, 
H. Frank Landis, 
Isaac A. Loose, 
John R. Reitzel, 
Monroe P. Sanders, 
B. J. Smoyer, 
Edward A. Snook, 
Beckie Sweitzer, 



Post Office. 

Sicatai'a, 

Annoille, 

Lebanon, 

Joliet, III., 

Upper Bern, 

Harrisburg, 

Shaefferatown, 

Shamokin, 

York Road, Md., 

Gratz, 



Room. 
32 N. C. 
Mr. Graybeill's. 
Rev. Prof. Kej^s's. 
24 N. C. 
21 N. G. 
89 N. C. 
23 N. C. 
Main Street. 
21 N. C. 
15 L. H. 



Senior Preparatorians, 



10. 



LEBAXOX VALLEY COLLEGE. 



t^:eta^^ toir 1 ' c Zeiss. 



Xames 



I George F. Biermax, 
j Jacob L. Doerksox, 

A. P. FUXKHOUSER. 

' Aarox G. Herr, 
William O. Herr. 
William H. Lehman, 
John L. Mixgle, 
J. Frank Smith, 

Prsparatorians, 



Post Ofeice. 
Upper Bern. 
Baltimore. Md. 
Dayton. Va., 
Annville- 
An n ville, 
KiUinger. 
Birmingham. 
Annville, 



Room. 
Prof. Biermau's. 
Rev. Mr. Doerkson's 
28 X. C. 
Mr. Herr's. 
Mr. Herr"s. 
Rev. Mr. Young's. 
23 y. C. 
Mr. Smith's. 

8. 



•dcntttic 4^vmm. 



Names. 
Emanuel W. Deibler, 

J OH.,- G. DlSSlNGER. 

Lizzie A. Gensemer, 
M. George Potter, 
Emma K. Rigler, 
John N. Rilant>, 
Laura E. Satlor, 
Clara J. Siegrist, 
John F. AVenger, 
S. Zimmerman, 

Total, 



Post Office. • 

KiUinger.1 

Bruiinenrille. 

Finegrore. 

Atkim-Oii '.s Milh, 

Annville, 

Friedensburg, 

Annville, 

Annville, 

Shaeffer.ifovjn, 

High spire. 



PvOOM. 

39 N. C. 

23 y.c. 
13 L. n. 

Rev. Mr. Potter's. 
Mr. Rigler's. 
26 N. C. 
Mr. Saylor's. 
]\[rs. Siegrist's. 
- Mr. Siegrist's. 
31 X. C. 

10. 



LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE. 



.s 7-: A' ran 

Names. 
Frank V. Beckley. 
Cyrus Behm. 
*XEvrTON Best, 
A. H. Blolch, 
John H. Brandt. 
Frederick E. Coble, 
Joseph H. Collier. 
Annie V. Collins. 
Samuel C. Conrad, 
Sadie B. Crall. 
Albfrt S. Craumeh. 
John B. Crouse. 
William T. Dill, 
Lizzie 1>oekkson. 
-Annie M. 1>oerkson. 
Ezra Ellenberger. 
S. D. Faust. 
Beckie K. Fisher. 
Samuel K. Fisher. 
Lucy F. Fries. 
David B. Fritz. 
Henry (i. (4ensemer, 
Melinda Gingrich. 
John Guckley. 
MiLTtiN Helm, 
Albert L. Herr, 
Maggie C. Hershey. 
Michael U. Hoefman. 
Aarun L. Horst. 
Harvey C. Hoverter. 
Ellen S. Kaufeman. 
Fannie C. Killin(jer. 
Phil. S. Kinports. 
Joseph Leibenguth, 



Post Office. 

Frescott, 

Annrille, 

Eberly-.-' Mills. 

Aitncille, 

Annville, 

Jliddletoicii. 

FoiceU's Valley, 

Headiny. 

Annville, 

Annville. 

Lebn non . 

Spring Bun. 

Vandeniere, X. C 

Baltimore. Md.. 

Baltimore. Md.. 

Annville, 

Boxbury, 

Hamburg. 

Hamburg, 

Winchester. Va.. 

Ea.ft Hanover. 

Pineyrove. 

Annville, 

Avon, 

Annville. 

Annville. 

Derry. 

Bainbridge, 

Annville. 

Annville. 

A n nirille. 

Annville. 

A n n ville, 

Bertinsville. 



Room. 
39 y. C. 
Mr. Behm's. 
28 N. C. 
Mr. Blouch's. 
Mrs. Brandt's. 

31 N. C. 
30 N. C. 
U L. H. 
Mr. Conrad's. 
Mr. Crall's. 

Rev. Mr. Craumer's. 
30 X. C. 
.. 36 X. C. 

Rev.Mr. Doerkson's. 
Rev. Mr. Doerkson's. 
Mr. Ellenberger s. 

32 X. C. 
U L. H. 
38 X^ C. 
13 L. H. 
Mr. Reist's. 
25 X. C. 

Mr. Gingrich's. 
Mr. Gockley's. 
Mr. Helm's. 
Mr. Herr's. 
20 L. H. 
27 X. C. 
Mr. Horst's. 
Mr. Hoverter's. 
Mr. Kauffman's. 
Mr. Killinger's. 
Judge Kinports's. 
v2S X. C. 



* Expelled, .laiuiarv •^.'^. 1J«T8. 



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I.KBANOS VAIXEY COIXEGE. 



Names. 
Edwin H. Light, 
Jacob U. Light, 
Frank F. Long, 
Ellen A. Loose, 
Lizzie E. Mase, 
Joseph R. Meyer, 
Simon J. Meyer, 
Mary E. Moyer, 
Samuel H. Nissley, 
Lawrence G. Noll, 
Andrew B. Oyler, 
Adam Phreaner, 
Alice M. Ratjch, 
Ella J. Rigler, 
Willie C. K. Rigob, 
Daniel S. Riland, 
John H. Ruhl, 
Thomas Savage, 
A. H. S hank, 
John W Shelley, 
James M. Snyder, 
Alice Stehman, 
Olive H. Stehman, 
Mary C. Steinmetz, 
John N. Weigand, 
Annie E. Wetzel, 
Annie M. Wolfe, 
Christian K, Wolfe, 
Sallie J. Young, 
John H. Young, 



Post Office. 

Lebanon, 

Lebanon^ 

Annmlle, 

Upper Bern^ 

Annville^ 

Heilmansdale, 

Avnville. 

Annville, 

Middletowa, 

Macungie, 

Green Village^ 

Annville, 

Avon, 

Annmlle, 

Annville, 

FriedHnsburg, 

Mavheim,! 

Tremovt, 

Middletuwn, 

Boiling Hpringa. 

Lebanon, 

Miller amlle, 

Millerxoille, 

Annville, 

Baltimore^ Md. 

Churchville, 

Annville, 

Columbia, 

Annville, 
' Annville, 



Senior Preparatorians, 



Room. 
Mr. Light's. 
Mr. Light's. 
Mr. Long's. 

14 L. H. 
Mrs. .Mase's. 
29 N. C. 
Mr. Meyer's. 
Mr. Meyer's. 
29 N. C. 

Rev. Mr. Noll's. 

36 N. C. 

Rev. Mr. Phreaner's. 

15 L. H. 
Mr. Kigler's. 
Rev. Mr. Rigor's. 
25 N. C. 

.50 N. C. 

32 N. C. 

32 N. C. 

2t N. C. 

Mr. Snyder's. 

14 L. H. 

14 L. H. 

Mr. Steinmetz's. 

9 N. C. 

9 L. H. 
Mr. Wolfe's. 
35 N. C. 

Rev Mr. Young's. 
Rev. Mr. Young's. 

64. 









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11 


■PKJiJT.A 'n.-i TOli 1 ' CL.ASS 




]Vames. 


Post Office. 


Room. 


Samuel H. Achenbach 


AnnvUle- 


Mr. Achenbach's. 


John W. Achenbach, 


Aniiville, 


Mr. Achenbach's. 


M. E. H. Brightbill, 


Annul lit', 


Mr. Brightbill's. 


Nettie Dill, 


Vandemere, N. C, 


8 L. li. 


Carrie Dill, 


Vavdemere^N. 6'., 


8 L. IL 


Samuel Dutwileb, 


Annville, 


Mr. Dutwiler's. 


Lizzie Dutwiler, 


Annvnle, 


Mr. Dutwiler's 


Benjamin Flowers, 


Lebavon, 


Mr. Flowers's. 


Sallie a. Herr, 


AnnviUe^ 


Mr. Herr's. 


Abner B. Hoverter, 


AnnviUe, 


Mr. Hoverter's. 


Emmie Killinoer, 


Annrilh\ 


Mr. Killinger's. 


John Killinger, 


AnnviUe^ 


Mr. Killinger's. 


Morris D. Kreider, 


AnnviUe^ 


Mr. Kreifler's. 


Gideon R. Kreider, 


AnnviUe,, 


Mr. Kreider's. 


Jennie L. Light, 


AnnviUe. 


Rev. Mr. Light's. 


Annie F. Light, 


AnnviUe, 


Rev. Mr. Light's. 


Tacie M. Light, 


AnnviUe,, 


Rev. Mr. Light's. 


Sallie G. Loose, 


Spring Garden, 


Rev. Mr. Loose's. 


Sallie A. Mark, 


AnnviUe^ 


15 N. C. 


LiLLiK C. Mark, 


AnnviUe, 


15 N. C. 


Clara A. Meyer, 


AnnviUe, 


Mr. Meyer's. 


Markwoob Rigor, 


AnnviUe, 


Rev. Mr. Rigor's. ^ 


Annie A. Rigor, 


AnnviUe, 


Rev. Mr. Rigor's. 


William Savage, 


Tremont, 


32 N. C. 


Robert Savage, 


Tremont, 


32 N. C. 


Emma R. Steinmetz, 


AnnviUe, 


Mr. Steinmetz's. 


Mary E. Wolfe, 


Cohimbia, 


13 L. H. 


Ellte C. Young. 


AnnviUe, 


Rev. Mr. Young's. 


Preparatorians, 


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28. 




ABBREVIATIONS. 




N. C— New College. 




L. H. — Ladies' Hall. 



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CLASS, 




Isaac H. Albright, 




Ellen Jane Mark, 




John H. Brandt, 




John L. Mingle, 




Samuel H. Clair, 




M. George Potter, 




Sadie B. Crall, 




Emma K, Rigler, 




Emanuel W. Deibler, 




Ella J. Rigler, 




Lizzie A. Gensemer, 




Monroe P. Sanders, 


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Sallie E. Gettel, 




Laura E. Saylor, 




Emma V. Gettel, 




John W. Shelly, 




George \V. Hursh, 




Cl.ARA J. SlEGRIST, 




Ellen S. Kauefman. 




Edward A. Snook, 




Beckie Kinports, 




Olive H. Stehman, 




B. Frank Landis, 




Alice Stehman, 




John E. Lehman, 




Robert Steinmetz, 




William H. Lehman, 




Mary E. Steinmetz, 




Louisa S. Leisenring. 


, 


Beckie Sweitzer, 




Z. S. G. Light, 




Annie E. Wetzkl, « 




Isaac A. Loose, 




Sallie J. Young. 




A^LfiJJfE' 


\"/A'/^ 


1- CLASS. 




Frank \\ Beckley, 




William 0. Herr, 




Fred. E. Coble, 




Phil. S. Kinports, 




Annie V. Collins, 




Ellen A. Loose, 




William T. Dill, 




Clara Meyer, 




Jacob L. Doerkson. 




Simon J. Meyer, 




Beckie K. Fisher, 




Alice M. Rauch, 




Samuel K. F'isher, 




Annie A. Hi(U)r. 




A. P. FUNKHOUSER, 




Willie C. K. Rigor, 




Melinda Gingrich, 




Daniel S. Riland. 




Maggie C. Hershey, 




J. Frank Smith. 




Sallie A. Herr, 




John H. Y'oung, 




Aaron G. Herr, 




Soi,. Zimmerman. 





LEKANOX VALLEY COLLEOE. 



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Annie Y. Collins, 
•Sadie B. Crall, 
William T. Dill, 
Lizzie A. Gensemer, 
Sallie E. Gettel, 
Emma V. Gettel, 
Maggie C. Hersiiey, 
Harvey C. Hoverter, 
Willie G. 0. Keys, 
Fannie C. Killinger, 
Ellen A. Loose. 
Ellen Jane Mark, 
Carrie Meyer, 



Alice M, Rauch, 
Willie C. K. Rigor, 
Annie A. Rigor, 
Daniel S. Riland, 
John H. Ruhl, 
Laura E. Saylor, 
Olive H. Stehman, 
Alice Steiiman, 
J. Frank Smith, 
•Beckie Sweitzer, 
"Annie E. Wetzel, 
Mary E Wolfe. 



I llraiiriiiuii or -1,1 HI li:iiiiiiliii 



Jacob L. Doerkson, 
Lizzie A. Gensemer, 
Harvey C. H>;verter, 



Willie G. O. Keys, 

Louisa S. Leisenring, 
Willie C. K. Rigor. 



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LEBAKON VALLEY COLLEGE. 



CLASSICAL COnX'S^'. 



Senior's, 

Juniors, 

Sophomores, 

Freshmen, 

Senior Preparatory, 

Preparatory, 



1 
4 
2 
4 
10 
8 

29 



Seniors, 
Juniors, 
Sophomores, 
Freshmen, 



LA^i^s' cor^s^. 



SCIL^^YTIJ^IC CO IT'S SB. 



Seniors. 
Second Year, 
First Year, . 
Senior Preparatory, 
Preparatory, 





10 
64 

28 

104 



Total number of Students, 



139 



LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE. 



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All candidates for admission must be of suitable age, and must 
present satisfactory evidence of good moral cbai-acter. 

A fair knovvledge of tbe common branches is requisite for ad- 
mission to tlie Preparatory Class. 

Candidates for advanced standing must pass a satisfactory ex- 
amination upon the studies pursued by the class which they propose 
entering, or their equivalents. 

Candidates properly prepared in some studies for admission to 
a higher class, but deficient in other>!, will be required to make up 
their requisitions b^^ regular recitations in the lower classes. This 
requirement is essential to proper progress in the higher branches. 

1^^^ No mcioiis^ idle, or disobedient student will he retained in 
the Institution , nor will such be knowingly received. 



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16 LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE. 








: SJ^.A^IO^ TliS^'PA'^^'rO'ii'j: 




J'Vff? 'Term. 




Higher Arithmetic, . . . . 


Robinson. 


Phj^sitial Geograph}^, - - - . 


Warren. 


English Grammar and Analj^sis, - 


Fewsmith. 


1 General Histor3', .... 


Anderson. 


Latin Grammar and Reader, 


Harkness. 


Ifht/cr Verm. 




Elementary Algebra, - - . . 


Robinson. 


Latin Grammar and Reader, - 


Harkness. 


! Greek Grammar and Lessons, 


Goodwin. 


Natnral History, - - . . 


Tenney. 


Spriuf/ 'y'erm. 




Elementory Algebra, {coihpleted,) 


Robinson. 


Composition and Rhetoric, 


Boyd. 


Ca?sar's Gallic War, - - - Chase 


AND Stuart. 


! Greek (xrammar and Lessons, 


Goodwin. 


F'J^J^SIl. ?/:>/. 1 • } EAIf^, 




I'Wl? 7'erni. 




\ Higher Algebra^ . . . . 


Robinson. 


Anatomy, Physiology, and Hygient-. 


Cutter. 


Cicero's Orations, - - - Chase 


AND Stuart. 


: Classical Geography, {weekly^) - 


ESCHENBURG. 


Greek Grammar and Lessons, 


- Goodwin. 


lf'i?f/('r 'J'eriH. 




Higher Algebra, .... 


Robinson. 


English Literntnre, - - - 


Shaw. 


Virgil, . - . . - Chase 


AND Stuart. 


Prose Com|)osition, {vee.hly^) 


Harkness. 


Anabasis, ..... 


Boics. 


1 Greek Testament, {xveeHy^) 

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(Greenfield. 















LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE 




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Sjn-ivf/ 


'7'erm. 






GeometiT, 


- 


- 


- 


Robinson. 


Botany, 


- 


- 


- 


Gray. 


Virgil, {continued 


- 


- 


Chase 


and Stuart. 


Prose Composition, (iveckly,) 


- 




- Harkness. 


Anabasis, (continued,) ■ 


- 


- 


BOICE. 1 


Greeli Testament, 


{xveekly,) 


- 


- 


Greenfield. 




SO piioMO'JiJ^: 1 'BA a. 






Fall Term. 






Geometry and PI: 


ne Trigonometry-, 


- 


Robinson. | 


Political Economy 


'i 


- 


- 


Wayland. ! 


Science of Government, 


- 


- 


Alden. 


Livy, 


- 


- 


- 


Lincoln. 


Prose Composition, (weekb/.) 


- 




■ Harkness. 


Herodotus, 


- 




- 


Johnson. : 


Greek Testament, 


(iceekly,) 


Verm. 




Greenfield. 


Spherical Trigonometry, 


- 


- 


- Robinson. 


Natural Theology 


. 


- 


- 


Paley. 


Horace, (Odes,) 


- 


- 


Chase 


AND Stuart. 


Roman and Grecian Mythology, 


(weekly,) 


- 


Eschenburg. 


Xenophon's Memorabilia, 


- 


- 


Robinson. 


Greek Testament, 


(weekly,) 

Sprhif/ 


Verm. 


- 


Greenfield. 


Conic Sections, 


- 


- 




- Robinson. > 


Horace, (Epistles 


) 


- 


Chasi 


AND Stuart.. 


Grecian Antiquities, (weekly,) 


- 


- 


Eschenburg. 


Xenophon's Memorabilia, 


- 


- 


Robinson. 


Greek Testament, 


(weekly,) 


- 




Greenfield. 


The Evidences of Christianity, 


- 


- 


Paley. 




JTA'JO'R 


J^J^A^. 








Mfll Term. 






Analytical Geometry, 


- 


- 


Robinson 


Cicero de Amiciti 


a de Senectute 


1 


- 


DiLLAWAY. 


Roman Antiquiti( 


's, (iveekly,) 


- 


- 


Eschenburg. 


Homer's Hiad, 


- 


- 


- 


Owen. 


Greek Testament, 


(weekly,) 


- 


- 


Greenfield. 


TiOgic, 








McCosh. 



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Whiter Term'^ 



Natural Philosophy, 

Tacitus's Germania, - 

Plato's Apology, 

Greek Testament, (weekly,) 

Rhetoric, 



Olmsted. 

Tyler. 

Tyler. 

Greenfield. 

Whately. 



Sprbiff Term. 
Natural Philosophy, 
Tacitus's Agricola, 
The Alcestis of Euripides, |^ 

The Promotheus of ^sclijdus, j 
Greek Testament, (weekhj,) 
Rhetoric (completed,) 



Olmsted. 
Tyler. 

WOOLSEY. 

Greenfield. 
Whately. 



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



S^JJVIO'R TB^^'li. 
Fall Term. 



LooMis. 
Anthon. 

WOOLSEY. 

Haven. 



Winter Term. 



Chemistry, 

The Elements of Criticism, 

Moral Philosophy, 



YOUMAN. 

Boyd's Kames. 
Fairchild. 



Spring Term. 



Geology, 

The History of Philosophy, 

Analogy of Religion 



Dana. 

Seelye's Schwegler. 

BtFTLER 



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%t. 




J^^^SHMAA^' rSJA^'K. 




I^nll Term. 






Higher Arithmetic, 


- 


Robinson. 


Physical Geography, 


- 


Warren. 


Latin Grammar, 


- 


Harkness. 


General History, 


- 


Anderson. 


yyhiter Term. 






Elementary Algebra, 


- 


Robinson. 


Natural History, 


- 


Tenney. 


Latin Grammar and Reader, 


- 


Harkness 


•^prhf// Term. 






Elementary Algebra, 


- 


Robinson. 


Cses.ir's Gallic War, 


Chase 


AND Stuart. 


Composition and Rhetoric, 


- 


Boyd. 


.SY> rHOMOliE 1 'J^A'J^. 




Fffll Term. 






Higher Algebra, 


- 


Robinson. 


Anatomy, Fh3'siology, and Hygiene, 


- 


Cutter. > 


Cicero's Orations, 


Chase 


AND Stuart. 


Classical Geography, (u-eekly,) 


- 


Eschenburg. 


}f7ff/er Term. 






Higher Algv-bia, 


- 


Robinson. 


Virgil, ' - 


- Chase 


AND Stuart. 


Prose Composition, {weekly^) - 


- 


Harkness. 


English Literature, 


- 


Shaw. 


Sprhtff Term. 






Geometry, . . - . 


- 


Robinson. 


Yirgil, - - - - 


Chase 


AND Stuart, 


Prose Composition, {weekly,) - 


5 


Harkness. 


Botany, - - . - 




Gray. 





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JU.A^IO'R I'J^^A^. 




J^rfU 7'erm. 




Geometry and Trigonometry, 


Robinson. 


Livy, ..... 


Lincoln. 


Prose Composition, {iveekhi,) 


Harkness. 


Logic, .... 


McCosH. 


Vhf/e?^ Term. 




Natural PiiilosophyT 


Olmsted. 


Horace, .... 


Chase and Stuart. 


Grecian and Roman Mythology, {weeJdy^) 


ESCHENBURG. 


Natural Theology, 


Paley. 


Rhetoric, ..... 


Whately. 


Sj}rh)f/ Term. 




Natural Philosophy, 


Olmsted. 


Evidences of Christianity, 


Paley. 


Rhetoric, (completed.^) 


Whately. 


SJS.VIO%' TJ^A%\ 




Fall Term. 




Astronomy, .... 


Loom IS. 


Mental Philosoph}', 


Haven. 


Political Economy, 


Wayland. 


Science of Government, . . 


Alden. 


Vlnfer Teimi. 




Chemistr}', .... 


YOUMAN. 


Moral Philosophy, 


Fairchild. 


The Elements of Criticism, 


Boyd's Kames. 


Spring 'Term. 




Geology, .... 


Dana. 


The History of Philosopliy, . S 


eelye's Schwegler. 


Analogy of Religion, 


Butler. 



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J^alL 2'erm. 

English Grammar and Analysis, - 
General History. 
Higher Arithmetic, 
Piiysi(;al (ieography, - 

Vhiter Term. 

English Literature, 

Elementally Algebra, . - . 

Natural History. 

Sjjrhff/ 7'e7'in. 
Coni[)ositi()n and Rhetoric, 
Elementary Algebra, {completed.,) 
Botany, . - . . 



Fewsmith. 

Anderson. 

Robinson. 

Warren. 



Shaw. 

Robinson. 

Tenney. 



Boyd. 

Robinson. 

Gray. 





J^Vf^^ 2?rm. 


> 


Political Economy, 


- 


Wayland. 


The Science of Government, 


Alden. 


Higlier Algebra, 


. 


Robinson. 


Anatomy, Physiology. 


and Hygiene, 
IViuter 2'e7'm. 


Cutter. ■ 


Natural Theok)gy. 


- 


Paley. 


Higher Algebra, 


. 


Robinson. 


Moral Philosophy, 


. - 


P^AIRCHILD. 


Chemistry, 


Sprhff/ 7'erni. 


Youman. 


The Evidences of Christianity, 


Paley. 


Geometry, 


. 


Robinson. 


Geology, 


- 


Dana. 



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LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE. 



S'£:JVI0'R TjE^lt. 
J^all Term. 

Mental Philosophy. 

Geometry and Plane Trigonometry, 

Astronomy, . . . . 

Logic, 



Haven. 

Robinson. 

LOOMIS. 

McCosH, 



Winter Term. 



The Elements of Criticism, 
Spherical Trigonometr}-, 
Natural Philosophy, 
Rhetoric. 



Boyd's Kames. 

Robinson. 

Olmsted. 

Whately. 



Sprhiff 7'erm. 



Rhetoric, (completed,) 
Natural Philosophy, 
Analogy of Religion, 



Whately. 

Olmsted. 

Butler. 



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23 



0iir5^e ill 4il?^-J'^^w |£a!igtiar|eH. 



FIlfiST rSJA'K. 

Mfll Term. 

{French.) Oral Method, {Part I.) 
{German.) German Grammar, 

Winter Term. 

{French.) Oral Method, {Part II.) 
{German.) German Grammar, (completed,) 
German Reader, (begun,) 

Spritfff Term. 

{French.) Oral Method, {Part III.) 
[German.) German Reader, (completed,) 



Keetles. 

WORMAN. 



Keetles. 

WORMAN. 
WORMAN. 



Keetles. 
Worm AN. 



Fall Term. 



{French.) Les Aventures de Telemaque, (i^ene/o»,) Fasquelle. 



{German.) Maid of Orleans, 

ICff/Zer Term. 

{French.) Vie de Napoleon, {Dumas.,) 
{German.) Hand Book of German Literature, 

.'^])7'l)iff Term. 

{French.) Literature de Francaise, 
(German.) Hand Book, (continued,) 



Schiller. 



Fasquelle. 
Abler. 

Chapsal. 
Abler. 



Classes in this department are organized as occasion demands. 



34 LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE. 



rimiiieiifa! 5^V^rt"^^"f^ 



I. CO u^s£j y.r i ^oc^jL misjc. 

Two classes 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 suffi- 
ciently prolicient to read music readily and correctly. 

II. CO irHSU LA" IJVSm l^M^A'TA L MUSIC. 
/. On tJie 'Piano. 

NcAV England Conservatory Method ; Czerney's Ecole de Velocite. Books 
1, 2, and 3; Heller and Concone's Exercises. Selections from popular com- 
l)osers. 

2. On ffte Oi'gan. 

Root and Cady's. or Getze's, School for the Organ : Vocal and Instru- 
mental Sheet Music. 

3. On the Guiiar. 

Curtiss's Method for the Spanish Guitar : Vocal and Instrumental Siieet 
Music. 




In this Department we aim to make the student acquainted A\ith nature — 
to train mind and soul, as well as hand and eye. Instruction is given in per- 
spective and the principles of drawing ; also, in oil, pastel, crayon, and water 
colors ; in faces, figures, fruit and landscape, both from models and from na- 
ture. 



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25 



letteral Hetiiarlf 



LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE is located at Annville, a pleasant rural 
village, situated in one of the most delightful portions of the beautiful Leba- 
non Valley. The village is noted for its healthfulness and freedom from those 
temptations to vice so common to cities and large towns. It is easily accessi- 
ble from all points, being located on the direct route of railroad travel from 
Harrisburg, via Reading, to Philadelphia or New York. Trains stopjjing at 
Annville leave Harrisburg and Reading four times a day, Sundays excepted. 

'jBuildings and Grounds. 

There are two large brick buildings provided with the modern improve- 
ments, and capable of accommodating a large number of students. The rooms 
are arranged for two students each, are well ventilated, contain clothes-presses, 
and are heated with hot air. There is also a fine campus of about six acres. The 
Ladies' Hall is enth-ely separate from the other premises. 

The Ladies' Department is under the immediate care of one of the lady 
teachers, and young ladies from abroad are f lu-nished comfortable and pleasant 
homes where they have every advantage for study and general improvement. 
All non-resident students board in the institution, and hence are under the con- 
tinual care of the President and Professors. 

J^urnisfdng and Outfit. 

Students are required to furnish their own bedding, excepting the mattress. 



26 LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE. 



bolster, and pillows. They should have their blankets, sheets, pillow cases, 
and clothing indelibly marked with their full names. 

Parents and giiardians 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 expenditures. 

Disciplhie. . 

The object of the Institution is to aiford a home, where parents or guar- 
dians may place their sons, daughters, and wards with safety and profit, and 
where young men and young ladies may be fitted for usefulness under intlu- 
ences calculated to refine their tastes, ennoble then" aspirations, discipline their 
intellectual powers, and develop a high Clu'istian character. The government 
of the College is strict, but parental. Every unexcused absence, failure, or 
misdemeanor of a student is reporteil to the faculty, and a record made (rf the 
same. 

The first tlufee demerit marks will subject a student to private reproof : 
the first six, to reproof before tlie Faculty ; the first nine, to reproof in pub- 
lic, 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. 

Matricnla/ioii. 

No one is recognized as a student or permitted to enter any class of the 
College until he has matriculated, and his matriculation is deemed a pledge on 
his part to obey all the rules and regulations of the College. 

Studies and 'Recitations. 

Students will pursue the studies of the classes to which they are assigned 
unless exempted for special reasons. No student will take a study to which 
he has not been assigned, nor discontinue a study without permission obtained 
from the Faculty. 

£Jxami7tations. 

Public examinations are held at the close of the first and second terms l)e- 
fore a committee of the Faculty, and at the close of the year before a commit- 
tee appointed by the Patronizing Conferences. The examinations are intended 
to be thorough and have an influence in determining the standing of the stu- 
dent. 

In all cases when from any cause a student has failed to be present at the 



LEBAXOX VAIXEY COLLEGE. 



reijular examination he shall undergo an examination before being jtermitted 
again to recite in the classes of the College. 

'Froiiiotion. 

At the lieginniiig of each term the old classes are reorganized and new 
ones are formed. At or near the close of each academic year the names of all 
the members of each class separately come before tlie Faculty for promotion 
and those of the senior class for graduation, and no student is promoted to a 
liigher class, or to graduation, exce]>t upon the unanimous vote of the Faculty. 

'I^hetorical l^xercise. 

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

ZiCare oJ\-lbseiice. 

No student is allowed to be aljsent during the term, witiiout siiecial leave. 
The absence of a student, for even a day during term time, exerts on his pro- 
gress an evil influence, which is seldom f'dly appreciated by parents and guar- 
dians : hence no apology but tlial; (jf sickness, or othei' unavoidable accident, 
is sufhcient to excuse a student from a reguLir attendance at recitation. 

'Books oj' 'iiefei'ence. 
Tlie following manu'.ds are recommended : Anthon's Classical Dictionaiy, 
Escheuburg's Manual of Classical Literature, Webster's or Worcester's Una- 
l)ri(lged Dictionary. Long's Classical Atlas, and Ci'osby's Greek Grammar. 

lieKgious Services. 

Religious service is held in the College Chai)el in the morning of each day, 
which all the students are requu'ed to attend. 

Students from abroad, who are residents of the College, are also required 
to attend public worship on Sabbath morning and evening \\A\X\ the Faculty, 
exc-ept those who on account of church membership or wish of parent or 
guardian may jirefer to attentl church elsewhere. 

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

Depar/meiits of S/ndy. 

Tlie curriculum of the College embraces three courses, namely, the Cl.^s- 
sicAL. the Ladies', and the Scientific^ Each of these is separate from the 
rest, yet complete in itself. 



LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE. 



'Regidcn' Classes. 
During each term of the collegiate year there are always organized three 
classes in Arithmetic ; one in Robinson's Higher, one in Robinson's Practical, 
and one iu Brooks's Normal Mental ; also three classes in English Grammar: 
one in analysis and two in definitions and parsing. Also classes in Reading. 
Drawing, and Penmanship. 

Graduation and 'Degrees. 

Every one of the studies prescribed in each course is deemed essential to 
gi'aduating in that com'se. 

2iackelor o/'drts. 

This degree will be conferred in course upon aiiy student of the College 
who shall complete the studies of the Classical Course, and shall pass a satis- 
factory examination upon the same. 

3fis tress of ^rts. 

This degree will be conferred in course upon any lady student who shall 
complete the studies of the Ladies' Course and shall pass a satisfactory exami- 
nation upon the same. 

Master of ^7'ts. 

This degi'ee will, on application, be conferred upon any Bachelor of Arts 
who has, for at least three years since his graduation, devoted himself to lit- 
erary or professional pursuits, and has during the same time sustained a good 
moral character. Fee, tive dollars. 

Certificate. 

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

Literarj' Societies. 
There are connected with the College two Literary Societies — the Philo- 
KosMiAN and the Clionian. 

2ext SooA^s. 

All the text books and stationery used may be obtained at the College at 
reasonable rates. 



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,I|tft|HfS. 



Soar dine/, Washing, Zighi, J^uel, and Tuition. 

For Fall Term. ..... |88 00 

For Winter Term. . . . . . 52 00 

For Spring Term, . . . . . 60 00 

Day students will be charged — 

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

When two or more members of the same family attend the College a reasonable 
reduction is made on the above terms. 



^xtra Charges. 

Fall Term. 
Two lessons a week on the Piano or Organ, 

with use of instrument for practice $18 00 

Two lessons a week on the Guitar 15 00 

Vocal Music, two lessons a week 3 O'J 

Oil Painting, a lesson each day 14 00 

Pastel, a lesson each day 9 00 

Ornamental Penmanship, two lessons a week 6 DO 

Pencil Drawing, a lesson each day 4 00 



Winter Term. Spring Term. 



$10 00 


$12 00 


10 00 


10 00 


2 00 


2 00 


« CO 


11 00 


6 00 


6 00 


4 00 


5 00 


a 50 


2 50 



Terms o/ Taj'mcnt. 

One-half invarial)ly in advance ; the lialance at the middle of the term. 



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LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE. 






The (%lk-Ti-e Year is aividecl into three terms. The Fall Terms will begin on 
Alonday.' Ai^ast 18th. and will end on Fi'iday. Deeember 19th. The AVinter Term 
will betin on Monday, January 13th, 1874. and will close on Fnday, Mareh 20th, 
1874. The Spring Term will begin on Monday, Mareh 23d. 1874, and will close 
on Friday, June 13th. 1874. 

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



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Monday, Attgitst 18th, 1873.— Fall Term begins. 
Friday, December 19th, 1873.— Fall Term closes. 

y^acation of T?iree Weeks. 
Monday, January 13th, 1874. -Winter Term begins. 
Friday, March 30th, 1874.— Winter Term closes. 
Monday, March 33d, 1874.— Spring Term begins. 
Friday, June 13th, 1874.— Spring Term closes. 

I'acatioti of JVlne Weeks. 

Monday, June 9th, 1873, at 3 o'clock, P. M.-Annual Meeting of the 
Board of Trustees. 



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;0iii.itteiicei 



t lileek 



1^ 



Sabbath, June 8th, 10 o'' clock, A. M., 

of Baltimore, Md. 

Thursday, Friday, Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, 
June bth, Uh, 9th, lOth, and Wth, 

Tuesday, June lOth, 8 o^ clock, P. M., 



Wednesday, June llth, 8 o^clock, P. M., 
'BBEmm BBFQSM WMS EsS'S'm'mmmv 

by Ex-Gov. JAINIES POLLOCK, LL. D. 
Thursday, June 12th, 9^ o^clock, A. M.,