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College ind School 
^ Directory , 

United Stfttet and C&riftda 


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Toicelher with much other iiifurniHtion 


Compiled and Edited 



American Educational Company 

Price $5.00 



Entered according to the act of Congress, In 
the year i()o6, by Homer L. Patterson, in 
the office of the Librarian of Con- 
gress at Waabington. 





The aim of this work is to give a complete index to the educational system 
of the United States and Canada. The information has been thoroughly revised 
and brought down to date, and before final printing of the book proofs sub- 
mitted to the head of each institution for O. K., or correction. 

In the main classification a complete list of the schools and colleges is given, 
together with information as to the kind of school, class of students admitted, 
religious denomination, year established, and the name of the head of the insti 
tution with title and degrees. The counter-classification will be found a ready 
reference for any particular class of schools. The Public School system is fully 
covered by complete lists of the State Educational Officials, and county super- 
intendents of schools. The lists of College Greek-Letter Fraternities, under- 
graduate publications, Foreign Universities, etc., have been added for the pur- 
pose of making the book a complete educational directory, containing informa- 
tion upon every subject pertaining to colleges and schools. It is believed the 
work will be found of value to every one in any way associated with educational 
institutions, or engaged in educational work. 

Acknowledgement is made to the various State Superintendents of Public 
Instruction in this country, and to the Commissioner and Deputy Commissioners 
of Education of the Provinces of Canada, for their kind co-operation and as- 
sistance in compiling the information regarding the school systems; also to the 
editors of various fraternity and college papers for the assistance rendered by 
them in the departments of Greek-Letter Fraternities and college publications. 





Including the schools and colleges, arranged alphabetlcallj 






OHIO 174 








TEXAS 215 

UTAH 223 
















Index to Display Avertlsements 

Educational systems of the states, 
as to towns and cities. 















IOWA 63 















Counter-classification of schools and colleges, arranged according to kind of school 261 

Table of universities and colleges, arranged according to age 2B0 

Table of universities and colleges, arranged according to size 260 

Colleges papers 810 

FVaternlty papers 887 

Greek-letter fraternities 830 

Foreign unlTersitlcs 878 

College libraries 880 

Law libraries 407 

Medical libraries 412 

Theological libraries 414 

State libraries .\ 419 

Public libraries 421 

Citj Superintendents, high and graded school principals 458 

Prirate studios — Music, Drama. Art, and Languages 536 

Display adrertisements 530 

Index 567 


A. B Bachelor of Arts 

ftfri Agriculture 

A. M Master of Arts 

aroh Architecture 

B. A Bachelor of Arts 

B. C. L Bachelor of Ciyil Law 

B. D Bachelor of Dlylnlty 

B. Mas Bachelor of Music 

Bretb Brethren 

B. 8 Bachelor of Science 

B. Pd Bachelor of Pedagogy 

Iras t Business 

B. y. M Blessed Virgin Mary 

C. E , Civil Engineer 

Cham Chemistry 

oo-sd Co-educational 

ool Collegiate 

Cumb. Presb Cumberland Presbyterian 

dent , Dental 

dom. soi Domestic science 

also , Electrical 

alo Elocution 

•ngin ( Engineering 

•an' Engraving 

•tt , Established 

Epls Episcopal 

Evang Evangelical 

F. R. H. 8 

Fellow of the Royal Historical Society 

F. a. 8 Fellow of the Royal Society 

Oar. Evang German Evangelical 

homeop Homeopathic 

hort JHorticulturp 

Indust Industrial 

L. D. 8 Latter Day Saints (Mormon) 

Litt. B Bachelor of Literature 

Lltt. D Doctor of Literature 

LL. B « Bachelor of Laws 

LL. D Doctor of Laws 

LL. M Aiaster of Laws 

M. A Master of Arts 

M. D Doctor of Medicine 

M. E Methodist Episcopal 

maoh Mechanical 

mad t Medirino 

M. E. So Methodist Episcopal South 

metal Metallurgy 

mataph , Metaphysics 

Math Methodist 

mil Military 

min Mines, Mineralogy 

Morav , Moravian 

M. K. A. 8 

Member of the National Academy of Sciences 

M. R. A. 8 

Member of the Royal Academy of Science 

moa Music 

non-saot , Non-sectarian 

nor Normal 

K. V. M Nativity of the Virgin Mary 

ophthAl Ophthalmology 

0. 8. B .Order of Saint Benedict 

ostaop Osteopathy 

P. E Protestant Episcopal 

Ph. B , Bachelor of Philosophy 

Ph. D Doctor of Philosophy 

phar Pharmacy 

photog Photography 

phren Phrenology 

phys. soi Physical Science 

physio-mad Physio-Medical 

pop Population 

post-grad J»ost-Graduate 

prep Preparatory 

prln , Principal 

Prot Protestant 

payohol .Psychology 

R. C Roman Catholic 

Raf , Reformed 

rag Regular 

R. 8. 8 Fellow of the Royal Society 

Rt. Rev Right Reverend 

8c. B Bachelor of Science 

sculp , Sculpture 

7th D. Adv Seventh Day Adventista 

7th D. Bapt /Seventh Day Baptists 

8. J Society of Jesus 

8. M. E ...Holy Mother Church 

8. M. M Moly Mother Mary 

8. R. 8 Fellow of the Royal Society 

8. T. D Doctor of Divinity 

sten Stenography 

8. T. P JProfessor of Theology 

surg Surgery 

sunr Surveying 

8. V Holy Virgin 

8wed Swedish 

taoh Technical 

talag Telegraphy 

ter Territory 

thaol Theology 

IT. J. D Doctor of Canon and Civil Law 

JJn. Breth United Brethren 

Unit , Unitarian 

univ University 

IT. 8. K United States Navy 

V. D. M Minister of the Word of God 

▼et Veterinary 

V. 8 Veterinary Surgeon 

T. M. C. A.. Young Men's Christliin Association 

Y. W. C. A 

Young Women > Christian Assoi'Iation 


Population, 1,828,697. School census, 640,500. School age, 7-21. 

Alabama is the eighteenth state of the Union in point of population, having a 
total of 1,828,697 inhabitants, of whom 1,001,152, or 54.7 per cent, arc white. Of this 
number, 14,060, or .7 per cent, are foreign born. The percentage of illiteracy of the 
entire population is 34 per cent, the state ranking forty-eighth in this respect. The 
educational system of the state is as follows: 


Isaac W. Hill, Superintendent of Public Instruction Montgomery 

Harry C. Gunnels, Chief Clerk Montgomery 


Isaac W. Hill, President Montgomery 

Prof. W. F. Feagin, Secretary Montgomer> 

Miss Nicholene Bishop Montgomery 


Gov. W. D. Jelks Montgomery Pres. F. M. Peterson Montevallo 

Pres. J. W. Abercrombie University Supt. Isaac W. Hill, Secretary,. 

Pres. C. C. Thach Auburn Montgomery 


W. E. Striplin, President Gadsden 

J. D. McNeel, Chairman of Executive Committee Talladega 


County. Suporlntendont'8 Name. Address. Schools. 

Autaugra H. A. Askins Billinprsley 69 

Baldwin J. S. I^mbert Bay MInotte 58 

Barbour C. S. McDowell. Jr Eufaula 1S3 

Bibb R. U. Pratt Six Mile 68 

Blount (>. A. Steele Oneonta 75 

Bullock D. S. Bethune Union Springs TO 

Butler C H. Lewis Greenville 110 

Calhoun TI. T. Persons Anniston 73 

Chambers W. T. Holllngsworth T^Fayette 103 

Cherokee A. O. WIlHams Centre TO 

Chilton J. W. Moore Clanton 66 

Choctaw W. J. Dansby Silas 93 

Clarke R. C. Heard C^rove Hill 103 

Clay A. S. Horn Ashland 74 

Cleburne A. H. Glasgow Heflin 50 

Coffee C. W. Simmons Enterprise 72 

Colbert S. W. Johnson Sheffield fiO 

Conecuh G. M. Harper Evergreen 86 




Ooanty. Superintendent's Name. Address. 

Coosa J. H. Johnson Speed , 

Covlngrton W. J. Merrill Rose Hill 

Crenshaw C. K. Sharpe Higrhland Home 

Cullman P. V. Smith Cullman 

Dale W. M. Head Pinckard 

Dallas D. M. Calloway Selma , 

DeKalb N. J. Callan Ft. Payne , 

Elmore W. C. Cousins Claud 

Escambia J. B. O'Bannon Brewton , 

Etowah J. E. Williams Gadsden 

Fayette J. B. Barnard Fayette 

Franklin L. S. McRigrht Russellvllle 

Gteneva J. M. Lammons Hartford 

Greene W. P. Archibald Knoxvllle 

Hale J. A. Ellerbe Greensboro 

Henry Sam Davis Abbeville 

Houston J. B. Dell Dothan 

Jackson Wm. Cooper Scottsboro 

JeiTerson T. W. McAdory Birmingham 

Lamar E. R. Harris Vernon 

Lauderdale Jas. F. Koonce Florence 

Lawrence H. G. Almon Town Creek 

Lee D. M. Banks Oprlika 

Limestone W. H. McClellan Athens 

Lowndes Geo. E. Gordon Hayneville 

Macon W. G. Stevenson Tuskegee 

Madison S. R. Butler Huntsville 

Marengo S. W. Compton Myrtlewood ..... 

Marlon H. W. McKenzIe Hamilton 

Marshall Jay Mabrey Horton 

Mobile S. S. Murphy Mobile 

Monroe T. D. Forte Beatrice 

Montgomery G. W. Covington Montgomery .... 

Morgan P. A. Oden Stringer 

Perry r^harles C. Johnson Marlon 

Pickens W. H. Storey Carrollton 

Pike T. M. Sanders Troy 

Randolph T. N. Word Lamar 

Russell J. L. Pollard Scale 

St. Clair B. S. Hodges Steele 

Shelby T. O. Dorough Columbiana . . 

Sumter R. B. Calloway T^ivingston 

Talladega T. C. Williams Talladega 

Tallapoosa J. P. Oliver Dadeville 

Tuscaloosa P- B. Hughes Tuskaloosa 

Walker T. J. Lamar Jasper 

Washington R. E. Blunt Sunflower 

Wilcox Will M. Cook Camden 

Winston L. T. Steele Double Springs . 

No. of 







































ABBEVILLE, Henry Ck>., pop. 889. 
Third District ▲rricultnral Sohool; a^rl.; co- 
ed.; state; J. V. Brown, Free. 

ALBEBTYILLE. lUrthall Co.. pop. 1.500. 
Berenth District Affricultmml School; agri.; 
co-ed.; atate; J. B. Hobdj, Prea. 

ANNISTOK, Calhoiin Co.. pop. 0.095. 
Anniaton College for Tonng Ladioa; giria* 

boarding: non-sect.; eat. 1894; Clarence J. 

Owens. A. M.. LL. D.. Prea. 
Barker Memorial Seminary (colored); women: 

prep, and Indnst.; Preab.; oat. 1896; Rev. 

S. M. Darla. D. D.. Prea. 
Boys' Training School; prep.; boya; non-sect.; 


Koble Institute for Girls; girls' boarding: non- 

peot.; Misses Gay and Moore. Prins. 
ATHEKS, Limestone Co., pop. 1.010. 

Athens' Female College; girls* boarding; M. 
E. So.; out. 184.3; Miss May N. Moore. 

Eighth District Agricultural School; agrl.; co- 
ed.; state; H. J. Fusoh. Pros. 
AUBUBK, Lee Co., pop. 1.447. 

Alabama Polytechnic Institute; tech.; state; 
est. 1S72; Charles C. Tbach. M. A.. Pres. 
School's announcement. — Seven di'gree 
courses: rhemlstrv: CItII Kngineerlnp; 
Electrlcnl Engineering; Mining; Agrlrul- 
tnre: Arts; Phnrmncy, 484 students; 
twelve statea represented. Excellent shops 




and laboratories. Degrees B. S. and M. S. 
Twenty professors; seventeen assistants. 
850 feet above sea-level. No malaria. 

Alabama Polytaohnio Institute, Department 
of Pharmaoy; phar.; co-ed.; est. 1895; 
Emerson B. Miller, Dean. 
BELL, Lamat Co., pop. 22. 

Shiloh Hiffh Sohool; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
est. 1895; Archer R. Gilmore, Prin. 
BIRMIN6HAX, Jeiferson Co.. pop. 38,415. 

Birmingham Business College; bus. and sten.; 
co-ed.; Willard J. Wheeler, Pres. 

Birmingham Conservatory of Musio; music; 
o8t. 1895; William Oussen and Edna 
Gockel-Gussen, Directors. 

Birmingham Dental College; dent.; men; est. 
1893; Charles A. Merrill. D. D. S., Dean. 

Birmingham Medioal College; med.; reg.; 
men; est. 1894; B. L. Wyman, Dean. 

Birmingham Seminary; girls' boarding; non- 
sect.; est. 1897; Miss Loulie Compton, 
A. M., Prin. 

Kassey Business College; bus. and sten.; Wm. 
N. Smith. Pres. 

Korth Alabama Conference College; col.; 
men; M. E. So.; est. 1898; Anson West, 

PoUook-Stephens Institute; girls' boarding; 
non-sect; Mrs. E. T. Taliaferro, Prin. 

Spenoer Business College; bus. and sten., est. 
1895; L. C. Spencer. B. S., Pres. 

Wheoler Business College; bus. and sten.; Wil- 
lard J. Wheeler, Pres. 
BL0TTKT8VILLE, Blount Co., pop. 500. 

Kinth District Agricultural School; agrl.; co- 
ed.; state; J. A. B. Lovett. Pres. 
CLAHTOK, ChUton Co.. pop. 611. 

University Sohool; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
E. Y. McMorries, Ph. D., Prin. 
COLUVSVILLE, De Kalb Co., pop. 624. 

Coilinsville High School; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; est. 1887; E. B. Paul, Prin. 
CBEWS DEPOT, Lamar Co., pop. 40. 

Trideska College; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; J. 
IC. Walton, M. A.. B. L., LL.D., Prin. 
CITLLMAN. Cullman Co., pop. 1,255. 

Pplyteohnio College and Ladies' Institute; 
prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; S. A. Felter, A. 
M., M. L.. Pres. 
DEMOPOLIS, Warren Co., pop. 2,606. 

Xarengo Military Institute; military; non- 
sect.; W. A. McLeod, Prin. 
EAST LAKE, Jefferson Co., pop. 2,400. 

Howard College; col.; men; Bapt.; est. 1841; 
A. P. Montague, Ph. D., LL. D., Pres. 
ELISXA, Monroe Co., pop. 10. 

Sevier's Sohool Miss.; prep.; co-ed.; Epis.; 
Miss Elizabeth Sevier, Prin. 
ELKMOKT, Limestone Co., pop. 174. 

Elkmont High School; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
est. 1895; W. R. Illghtowor, Pres. 
ETJFAULA, Barbour Co., pop. 4,532. 

Alabama Brenau, The; girls' bixirdinK; non- 
sect.; est. 18.57; H. J. Pearce, Ph. D., 
and A. W. Van Hooso, A. B., Prindpuls. 
School's announcement. — The Alabama 
Brenau Is oondurted by Presidents Van 

Hoose and Pearce, who have had such 
remarkable success in developing Brenau 
College-Conservatory, Gainesville, Oa., 
now one of the most famous institutions 
in the South. These gentlemen have 
had charge of the new institution only 
one year, and it is found necessary to 
erect another building, doubling the for- 
mer capacity. 
Union Femiale College; girls' boarding; non- 
sect.; est. 1854; Mary Lyon, B. S., B. L., 
and Mrs. Charlotte L. Ball, Associate 
JkV*JlGIlEEN, Conecuh Co., pop. 1.277. 
Second District Agricultural School; agri.; co> 
ed. ; state; J. A. Liner, Pres. 
FAI.KVILLE, Morgan Co.; pop. 343. 
Falkville Normal College; normal; co-ed.; est. 
1896; James L. Gibson, A. B.. Pres. 
FAYETTE, Fayette Co., pop. 452. 
Fayette Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
John B. Ziegler. Prin. 
FLOMATON, Escambia Co., pop. 210. 
Flomaton High School; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; J. W. Agnew, Prin. 
FLOBEKCE, Lauderdale Co., pop. 6.478. 
State Kormal College; normal; state; co-ed.; 
Marshall C. Wilson, Pres. 
FOBKEY, Cherokee Co., pop. 100. 
Cherokee Institute; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
est. 1894; J. H. Seroggin. Prin. 
FORT PAYNE, De Kalb Co., pop. 1.087. 
North Alabama College; col.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
E. R. Eldridge, Pres. 
OAYLESVILLE, Cherokee Co., pop. 266. 
Oaylesville High Ekdiool; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; E. J. Chestnut, 0. E., Prin. 
GBEENSBOBO, Hale Co., pop. 2,416. 
Southern University; col.; men.; M. E. So.; 
est. 1856; Rev. S. M. Hosmer, Pres. 
GXTRLEY, Madison Co., pep. 831. 
Bobert Donnell High School; prep.; co-ed.; 
non-sect.; J. E. Conder. Prin. 
HAMILTON, Marion Co., pop. 235. 

Sixth District Agricultural School; agri.; co- 
rd.; state; H. O. Sargent, M. S. Pres. 
HEALING SPRINGS, Washington Co., pop. 85. 
Healing Springs Baptist Institute; prep.; co- 
ed.; Bapt.; o»t. 1889; William A. Wind 
ham. A. B.. Prin. 
HUNTSVILLE, Madison Co., pop. 8,068. 

Chafln's Business College; bus. and sten. est. 

1899; W. F. Chafln, Pres. 
Huntsville Academy; closed. 
Macon and Andrews College; bus. and sten.; 
G. A. Macon and A. A. Andrews, Props. 
JACKSON, Clark Co.. pop. 1,039. 
First District Agricultural School; agrl; state; 
co-ed.; est. 1886; Douglas Allen, Pres. 
JACKSONVILLE, Calhoun Co., pop. 1,076. 
State Normal College; normal; state; co-ed.; 
C. W. Duugotto, Pres. 
JOPPA, Pullman Co., pop. 130. 

Normal, Industrial and Collegiate Institute; 
prep.; co-ed.; Cong.; eat. 1892; Rev. Mar- 
shall M. Gaines. A. M.. Pros. 





LAFAYETTE, Cluunb«rt Co.. pop. 1.829. 
Lafayette College; col.; co-ed.; non-sect.; est. 
1885; John P. Neff. M. S.. Pres. 

LIVINGSTOV, Bomter Co., pop. 851. 

Alabama, Normal College; Iiormal; 8tnto; co- 
Miss Julia S. Tutwlllcr, Pres. 
MABION, Ferry Co., pop. 1.608. 

Jndsen College: col.; women; Bapt.; est. 1830; 
Robert G. Patnell. B. A., D. D., Pres. 

Marion Baptist Academy; prep.; co-ed.; Bapt.; 
D. V. Jemison, Prln. 

Marion Female Seminary; girls' boarding; 
non-sect.; est. 1836; James D. Wade, 

Marion Military Institute; military; non-sect.; 
James T. Bfurfee, LL. D., Prln. 

MOBILE, Mobile Co., pop. 38.469. 
Aoademy of the Visitation; girls' boarding; 

od; R. C: est. 183.3; Sr. M. de C'hantel 

Ryan. Supt. 
Emerson Normal Institute; nor.; co-ed.; Cong.; 

est. 1866; Rev. A. T. Burnell, A. M.. Ph. 

D.. Prill. 
Banter's School; Select for Girls; girls' board- 
ing; non-sect.; Miss Sallie E. Hunter, 

8t. Mary's Select School; girls' boarding; R. 

C; Sister Aloysia. Prln. 
Southern Business University; bus. and sten.; 

C. M. Williams. Pros. 
Spencer Business College; bus. and sttMi.; est. 

1895; L. C. Spencer. B. S.. Pros. 
Spring Hill College: col.; men; R. C; est. 

1830; Rer. J. William Tyrrell. S. J.. 

University of Alabama, Medical Department; 

med. ; rog. ; co-ed.; est. 1850; George 

A. Ketchum. M. D., Dean. 
University of Alabama, School of Pharmacy; 

phar. ; co-ed.; est. 1859; George A. 

Ketchum, M. D.. Dean. 

MONTEVALLO. Shelby Co., pop. 1.350. 
Alabama Girls' Industrial School; prep, and 

indust.; women; state; est. 1896; Rev. 

Francis M. Peterson. A. M.. D. D.. Pres. 
MONTGOMERY, Montgomery Co., pop. 30.. 346. 
Draughon's Practical Business College; bus. 

and »tt*n.; J. V. Drauchon, Pn'.s. 
Loretta Academy; girls* boarding; R. C; 

Sister M. Borromeo, Prln. 
Massey Business College; buH. and sten.; est. 

1.S.S4: Kalph I). Qnlsenberry. B. A.. Prin. 
State Normal School for Colored Students 

(rolorrd); iii>rmnl: state; co-ed.; W. B. 

Patterson, Pros. 
University School; boys* boarding; non-sect.; 

J. M. and S. C. Starke. Prins. 
NAT, Jackson Co., pop. 10. 

Green Academy; i»n»p. ; ro-od. : Cong.; est. 

l*<ni: J. M. Trosper. Prln. 
NEWTON. Dale Cd., pop. 4.'>7. 

Baptist Collegiate Institute; prep.; co-ed.; 

Bnpt.; A. W. Tate. Prin. 
NORMAL, Madison Co.. pop. 88. 
Agricultural and Mechanical College; r«>lon>d: 

liidiist.; 8t:ite; co-ed.; W. H. Conncill. 


PISGAH, Jackson Co., pop. 43. 
Male and Female Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; noo- 
sect.; J. W. Simpson, Prin. 
ROANOKE, Randolph Co., pop. 1.165. 

Roanoke Normal School; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; Robt. M. Crawford, Prin. 
ROCKFORD. Coosa Co., pop. 240. 
Rockford High School; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
.lofTorson Fox, Prin. 
ST. BERNARD, Cullman Co., pop. 25. 
St. Bernard College; col.; men; R. C; est. 
1892; Rev. Benedict Menges. O. 8. B. 

8PRINGVILLE. St. CUir Co., pop. 406. 
Spring Lake College; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
est. 1897; W. A. McCreless. Prln. 

STRACAUGA, Talladego Co., pop. 880. 
Fourth District Agricultural School; agri.; co- 
ed.; state; T. A, Anderson Pres. 

TALLADEGA, Talladega Co., pop. 4.066. 

Alabama Synodical College for Women; girls' 

boarding; Presb. ; est. 1903; Rev. T. P. 

Walton, Pres. 
Isbell College; merged with Alabama Synodical 

College for Women. 
Talladega College (colored); col.; co-ed.; Cong.; 

est. 1867; Rev. BenJ. M. Nyce, Prea. 
TH0R8BY, Chilton Co., pop. 54. 
Thereby School and Business College; bns. and 

sten. ; Dr. Crenshaw, Pres. 
TRINITY, Morgan Co., pop. 191. 
North Alabama Collegiate Institute; prep.; 

co-ed.: Rev. Josepbus Shackelford. Prin. 
TROY, Pike Co., pop. 4.097. 
State Normal College; normal; state; co-ed.; 

E. M. Shackelford. Pres. 
TUSCALOOSA, Tuscaloosa Co., pop. 5,094. 
Central Female College; girls* boarding; 

Bapt.; est. 1858: Prof. Teeves, Pres. 
Tuscaloosa Female College; girls' boarding; 

non-sect.; est. 1860; W. F. Melton, Ph. 

D.. Pres. 
Vemer Military Institute, The; military; non- 
sect.; R. Bliss Edgar. Prin. 
TUSCUMBIA, Colbert Co., pop. 2,348. 
Deshler Female Institute; girls' boarding; 

non-sect.; Mrs. R. P. Foote, Prln. 
TUSKEGEE, Macon Co., pop. 2,170. 

Alabama Conference Female College; girls' 

boarding: M. E. ; est. 1855; John Massey. 

LL.D.. Pres. 
Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute (col- 
ored): indust.; co-ed.; non-sect.; est. 1881; 

Booker T. W.ishlnpton. A. M., LL. D.. 

UNIVERSITY, Tuscaloosa Co., pop. 23. 
University of Alabama; unlv. ; state; co-ed.; 

est. \^?A\ Dr. J. W. Abercromble. Chnn- 

University of Alabama. Law Department; 

law: «o-0(l.: i'8t. IST.l; W. S. Thorlngton. 

WETUMPKA, Elmore Co.. pop. 502. 

Fifth District Agricultural School; agrl.; co- 
ed.: state: H. J. WllUnpbam. Pres. 


Population, 122,212. School census, 36,070. School age, 6-18. 

Arizona is the forty-eighth of the states and territories of the Union in point 
of population, having a total of 122,212 inhabitant*?, of whom 92,903, or 76 per 
cent, are white. Of this number, 22,395, or 18.3 per cent, are foreign born. The 
percentage of illiteracy of the entire population is 29 per cent, the territory ranking 
forty-fourth in this respect. The educational system of the territory is as follows: 


J. H. KiBBEY, Governor of Arizona, President Phoenix 

R. L. Long, Superintendent Public Instruction, Secretary Phoenix 

Hon. E. B. Kirkland, Territorial Treasurer Phoenix 

Prcf. a. N. Taylor, Principal Northern Arizona Normal School Flagstaff 

Prof. A. J. Matthews, Principal Arizona Normal School, Tempe Tempe 

Prcf. K. C. B.\bcock, President University of Arizona Tucson 

George Blount, Principal High School Phoenix 

J. D. LoPER, Principal High School Mesa 


R. L. Long, Superintendent Public Instruction, Chairma^i Phoenix 

W. H. Lee, Member Phoenix 

W. W. McNeff, Member ScottsdaJe 


Arizona has no regularly constituted board of this sort, but especial attention 
is paid to the building up of school libraries, fifty dollars being given each year by 
the territorial government for books for school libraries to every district having 
one hundred or more children. 


County. Snp«»rlntoiuU»nt' 9 No mo. Addrosn. CJoiinty. 

Apache John T. Hogue St. Johns 8.452 

Cochise J- A. Rockfellow Trmbstone 9,251 

Coconino J. S. Amunsden Flagstaff 5.344 

Gila P. C. Robertson Globe 4,2C4 

Graham Wm. A. Moody Solomonvllle 14,162 

Maricopa A. TI. Full en Phoenix 21.352 

Mohave Chas. Metcalfe Kingman 3,443 

Navajo Robert C. Smith.'. Holbrook S.817 

Pima C. O. Rouse Tucson 14.689 

Final J. C. Harris Florence 0.884 

Santa rruz \V. A. O'Cinnor Nogales 4.546 

Yavapai J. B. .Tolly Pre.scott 13,799 

Yum. I Bert Dunlap Yuma 4.145 





FLAGSTAFF, Coeonino, pop. 1.271. 

Northern Arisona Normal Bohool; normal; 
state; co-ed.; est. 1899; Almon N. Tay- 
lor, Ph. D., Pres. 
FORT DEFIANCE, Apaohe Co.; pop. 23. 
Na^aho Traininff School; Govt, industrial 
Navajo Traininv School; OoTt. industrial 
school for Indians; co-ed.; est. 1872; Ren- 
ben Perry, Supt. 
KEAN'S CANON, Navajo Co.; pop. 29. 
Moqui Indian Training School; Gort. indus- 
trial school for Indians; co-ed.; Theo. G. 
Lemmon. Supt. 
MOHAYE CITY, Mohave Co.; pop. 30. 
Fort Mohave Indian School; Govt, industrial 
school for Indians; co-ed.; est. 1890; Dun- 
can D. McArthur. B. 8.. B. Pd.. Supt. 
PHOENIX, Maricopa Co., pop. 6,644. 
Lamson Business Collece; bua. and iten.; E. 

M. Lamson. Pres. 
United States Indian Industrial School; Govt, 
industrial school for Indians; co-ed.; est. 
1890: Charles W. Goodman, Supt. 

PBESCOTT, Yavapai Co., pop. 3.569. 
St. Joseph Academy; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; 
Sisters of St. Joseph. Prin. 

TEMPE, Maricopa Co., pop. 885. 
Normal School of Arisona; normal; state; 
co-ed.; A. J. Matthews, Pres. 

TUCSON, Pima Co., pop. 7.531. 
St. Joseph Academy; girhi* boarding; R. C; 

Sister Priscilla. Prin. 
University of Arisona; unlv.; ter.; co-ed.; 

non-sect.; est. 1891; Kendric Cburles Bab- 
cock. Pres. 
University of Arisona, College of Agriculture 

and Meohanio Arts; agrlc; state; co-ed.; 

Kendrick Charles Babcock, Pres. 
University of Arisona, School of Mines; tech.; 

state; co-ed.; William Phipps Blake. A. 

M., Director. 

YUMA, Yuma Co.; pop. 1.519. 
Fort Yuma Training School; Oovt. indnatrial 
fU'houI for Indians: co-ed.: e«t. ISfUt; Jnhs 
S. Spear, Supt. 


Population, 1,311,564. School census, 517433. School age, 6-21. 
Arkansas is the twenty-fifth state of the Union in point of population, having 
a total of f, 31 1,564 inhabitants, of whom 944,580, or 72 per cent, are white. Of this 
number, 14,186, or i per cent, are foreign born. The percentage of illiteracy of the 
entire population is 20.4 per cent, the state ranking thirty-ninth in this respect 
The educational system of the state is as follows : 


John H. Hinemon, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Little Rock 

J. J. DoYNE, Deputy Superintendent Little Rock 


Jeff Davis, Governor Little Rock 

John H. Hinemon, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Little Rock 

O. C. LuDWiG Little Rock 


John H. Hinemon, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Little Rock 

A. E. Moore Little Rock 

O. C. LuDWiG Little Rock 


F. W. Miller, President Texarkana 

E. A. Wilson, Corresponding Secretary Little Rock 


Arkansas E. B. Gibson De Witt 12,973 

Ashley Thos. Compere Hamburg 1 9,734 

Baxter L. A. Morton Mountain Home 9,298 

Benton S. J. Blocher Hentonville 31,601 

Boone R. T. Dodson Harrison 16,896 

Bradley W. F. Mack Warren 9,fi5i 

Calhoun P. A. Rowland Hampton 8,539 

Carroll M. L. McCall Eureka Springs 18.848 

Carroll E. C. Cooper Green Forest 18.488 

Chicot H. E. Cook Lake Villagre 14,528 

Clark W. A. Crawford Arkadelphia 21.28? 

Clay C. E. Mowls Rector 15,88fi 

Cleburne David Bowen Heber 9.26S 

Cleveland David Bradford Kinprsland 11.626 

Columbia W. B Smith McNeill 22.077 

Conway J. S. Cheek Hattievillc 19.972 

Craigrhead D. T. Rogevs Jonesboro 1 9 505 



Pop. of 
County. Exumiuer's Name. Address. Ck>aDt7. 

Crawford Wallace Oliver Van Burcn 2,720 

Crittenden U. J. V. Satterfield Earle 14.529 

Cross O. N. Klllough Wynne 11,061 

Dallas G. A. Sullards Fordyce 11,518 

Desha F. Wallace Kelso 11,511 

Drew Jry McKenzIe Monticello 19,451 

Faulkner r. F. Forrest Vilonia 20,780 

Franklin VV. I. Agee Altus 17,395 

Fulton J. M. Grisso Salem 12,917 

Garland Geo. B. Cook Hot Springs 18,773 

Grant R. M. Rogers Sheridan 7,671 

Greene M. F. Dickinson Marmaduke 16,479 

Hempstead R. K. Byers Shover Springs 24,101 

Hot Spring W. D. Lciper Malvern 12,748 

Howard D. P. Holmes Nashville 14,076 

independence S. Pickens Sulphur Rock 22,557 

Izard r. H. Linn Melbourne 13,506 

Jackson E. A. Shaver Jacksonport 18,388 

Jefferson 'Jr. Junius Joruan Pine Bluff 40,972 

Johnson J. W. Sallis Clarksvllle 17,448 

Lafayette . F. Bright Lewlsvllle 10,594 

Lawrence \V. E. McLeod Powhatan 16,491 

Lee T. A. Futrall Marianna 19,409 

Lincoln J. A. Eastham Tyro 13,389 

Little River r. T. C. Anderson Foreman 13,731 

Logan G. S. Minmier Paris 20.563 

Lonoke .\. J. Meadors Ix)noke 22,544 

MadlFon L. F. Bell Thorney 19,864 

Marion . L. Bond Yellville 11,377 

Miller Mien Winham Texarkana 17,558 

Mississippi '^i. W. Johnston Luxora 16,384 

Monroe i. McCullough Clarendon 16,811 

Montgomery li. C. Burgess Buckville 9,444 

Nevada P. F. Chappell Prescott 16,609 

Newton W. B. Harrison Quincy 12.538 

Ouachita E. H. Carson Camden 20,892 

Perry P. L. Burrow Perry 7,294 

Phillips C. P. Sanders Helena 10,301 

Pike r. IL Webb Murfreesboro 26,561 

Poinsett V. J. Hazel Marked Tree 7,025 

Polk VV. M. Pipkin Mena 18.352 

Pope W. F. Turner Atkins 21,715 

Prairie H. S. Traylor Hazen 11,875 

Pulaski R. H. Parham Little Rock 63.179 

Randolph W. H.Johnston Pocahontas 17,156 

St. Francis \V. H. Paslay Forrest City 17,157 

Saline 'V. J. Canady Bryant 13,122 

Sc^^t W. W. Lundy Hon 13,183 

feearcv Chas, E. Stephenson Marshall 11.8^ 

Sebr^itian T. AV. Kuykendall Fort Smith 36.935 

Sebastian C. Henderson Greenwood 36.935 

Sevier L. E. Qulnn Lockesburg 16,339 

Sharp W. H. Watklns Evening Shade 12,199 

Sharp Marvin Stevens Ash Flat 12,199 

Stone George W. Lackey Mountain View 8,100 

Union A. F. Riley El Dorado 22.495 

Van Buren H. J. Hall Scotland 11.220 

Washington M. F. Croxdale Springdale 34.256 

White R. P. Baker Searcy 24.864 

Woodruff M. J. Barlow Riverside 16.804 

Yell J. I. Cowger Gravelly 22.750 

Yell M. J. Rus.sell .^ ^ D ardanclle 22.750 


AMITT, CUtrk Co., pop. 211. i Ouachita Baptist College; col.; co-ed.; Bapt.; 

Amity High Bohool; prop.; co-ed.; non-sect.; cBt. 1886; J. W. Conifer. A. M.. Pres. 

Samuel M. Samson. Prln. | bATEBVILLE, Independence Co.. pop. 2.327. 

ARKAT)ELPHIA, Clark Co., pop. 2.7.^0. , Arkansas College; col.; coed.; Prcsby.; est. 

Henderson College; col.; co-ed; M. E.; J. M. 1S72; Eugene R. Long. A. M., Ph. P.. 

WilUams, Deao. • Fret. 




BINTOKVILLE, Benton Co.; pop. 1.843. 

Otuiohita Bentonville Academy; prep.; co-ed.; 
Bapt.; est. 1890; Edward E. Bagwell. 
BEBBYVILLE, Carroll Co., pop. 551. 
Clarke's Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
Isaac A. Clarke, Prln. 
BODCAW, Nevada Co.; pop. 71. 
Union Baptist Hiirh School; prep.; co-ed.; 
Bapt.; A. N. Ilollis, Prln. 
CLARKSVILLE, Johnson Co., pop. 1,086. 
Arkansas Cumberland Collet; col.; co-ed.; 
Cum. Presb. ; est. 1891; Rev. J. T. 
Baker, B. L., Ph. M.. Pres. 
CONWAY, Faulkner Co., pop. 2,003. 
Central Baptist College; girls' boarding; Bapt.; 

est. 1892; W. W. Rivers, A. M., Prln. 
Hendriz College; col.; co-ed.; M. B. So.; est. 
1894; Rev. Stonewall Anderson, A. B., 
FAYETTEVIIXE. Washington Co.. pop. 4.061. 
XTniversity of Arkansas; nniv.; state; co-ed.; 
non-sect; est. 1872; John N. Tillman, 
FOBT SMITH, Sebastian Co., pop. 11,587. 
Fort Smith Commercial College; bus. and sten.; 
Geo. M. Neale, Pres. 
FRIENDSHIP, Hot Springs Co., pop. 163. 
Friendship High School; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; est. 1890; G. L. Morelork. Siipt. 
GENTRY, Benton Co., pop. 419. 
Hendriz Academy; prep,; co-ed.; M. E. So.; 
Rev. J. M. Bull, Prln. 
HELENA, FhUlips Co., pop. 6,550. 
Sacred Heart Academy; girls' boarding; R. 
C; Sister Evangelists, Prln. 

IMBODEN, Lawrence Co., pop. 411. 
Sloan-Hendriz Academy; prep.; co-ed.; M. E. 
So.; George Evans, Prln. 

LITTLE ROCK, Pulaski Co., pop. 38.307. 

Arkansas Baptist College (colored); prep.; co- 
ed.; Bapt.; Joseph A. Booker. Pros. 

Arkansas Military Academy; boys' boarding; 
military: Col. R. C. Hall. Siipt. 

Draughon's Practical Business College; bus. 
and sten.; J. F. Draughon, Pres. 

Institute Levi Keys, The; bus. and sten.; 
Levi Keys, Pres. 

Maddoz Seminary for Young Ladies; girls' 
boarding: non-sect.; est. 1898: Alvln 
Stewart Mnddox. Pres. 

Philander Smith College; (colored); col.; co- 
ed.; M. B.; est. 1877; J. M. Cox, Pres. 

St. Mary's Academy; girls' boarding; R. C; 
est. 1851; Sisters of Morcy. 

University of Arkansas, Law Department; 
law; co-ed.; est. iaS9: J. H. Carmlchael. 

University of Arkansas, Medical Department; 
med.: reg.; civcd. ; est. 1879; Dr. E. R. 
Dlbrell. H. D., Dean. 

Williams Inuustrial Institute (colored); In- 
dustrial; R. S. Stout. Pres. 

MAGAZINE, Logan Co.; pop. 897. 
Magazine Ouachita Academy; prep.; co-ed.; 
Bapt.; est. 1900; Jas. L. Smith, A. B.. 

MONTICELLO, Drew Co., pop. 1,679. 
Hinemon's University School; prep.; co-ed.; 
non-sect.; Ury McKenzie, Prln. 

MOUNTAIN HOME, Baxter Co. ; pop. 363. 
Ouachita Academy; prep.; co-ed.; Bapt.; L. 

A. Morton, Prln. 

NORTH LITTLE BOCK, Suburb of Uttle Rock. 

Shorter College; (colored); prep.; co-ed.; A. 

M. E.; est. 1887; Rev. Andrew H. Hill, 

B. D.. Pres. 

OKOLONA, Clark Co., pop. 412. 
Okolona High School; prep.; co-ed.; non- sect.; 
T. E. Greene, Prin. 
PARAGOULD, Greene Co., pop. 3,324. 

Parrish College; prep, and bus.; est. 1899; B. 
II. P.irrish, Pres. 

Thompson's Classical Institute; prep.; co-ed.; 
nou-sect. ; R. S. Thompson, Prin. 
PEA RIDOE, Benton Co., pop. 302. 

Pea Ridge Masonic College; col.; co-ed.; Ma- 
sonic; est. 1853; S. C. Parish, A. M., 

PINE BLUFF, Jefferson Co., pop. 11,496. 
Annunciation Academy; girls' boarding; R. C; 

est. 1880; Sisters of Charity. 
Branch Normal College (colored) ; normal; state; 

co-ed.; est. 1875; Isaac Fisher, Prln. 
James' Practical Business College; bus. .and 

sten. ; J. W. James, Pres. 

ROGERS, Benton, Co., pop. 2,158. 
Rogers Academy; prep.; co-ed.; Cong.; est. 
1883; Morris E. Ailing, Ph. B., Prin. 

SEARCY, White Co., pop. 1,995. 

Galloway Female College; girls' boarding; M. 

K.: C. C. Godden. Pres. 
Searcy Female Institute; girls' boarding; non- 
sect.; est. 1891; Mary Jasper Willis, Prin. 

SELMA, Dallas Co., pop. 8.713. 
Alabama Baptist Colored University (colored); 
col.; co-ed.; Bapt.; est. 1878; R. T. Pol- 
lard. Pres. 
SILOAM SPRINGS. Benton Co., pop. 1,748. 
Arkansas Conference College; col.; co-ed.; M. 
E.; est. 1890; Rev. Thomas Mason, A. M., 
D. D.,*PreB. 

SOUTHLAND, Phillips Co., pop. 28. 

Southland College and Normal Institute; col.; 
co-ed.; Society of Friends; est. 1863; H. C. 
Wolford, Pros. 

SPIELERVILLE. Logan Co., pop 52. 

New Subiaco College; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; 
Rev. Ignatius Conrad, O. S. B.. Prin. 





STirrTOART, ArkansM Co., pop. 1,268. 
Stuttgart CoUere; prep.; co-ed.; United Presb.; 

B. McKee, Prea. 
Stuttgart Training School; girls' boarding; M. 
E. So.; est. 1903; C. O'Bear, A. B., Prin. 
TEXARKANA, Miller Co.; pop. 4,014. 
Texarkana Industrial College; industrial; co- 
ed.; non-scot.; est. 1004; John H. Hatton, 
A. M., Pres. 

VILONIA, Faulkner Co., pop. 66. 
Holiness Literary School; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; Miss Winifred Darby, Prin. 

WILMAB, Drew Co., pop. 844. 
Beauvoir College; col.; co-ed.; non-sect.; J. L. 
Spence, Pres. 
WITCHES VILLE, Sebastian Co., pop. 128. 
Baokner College; Prep.; co-ed.; Bapt.; J. B. 
Williamson, Prin. 


Population, 1,485,053. School census, 351,600. School age, 6-17. 

C?lifornia is the twenty-first state of the Union in point of population, having 
a total of 1,485,053 inhabitants, of whom 1,402,727, or 95 per cent, are white. Of 
this number, 316,505, or 22 per cent, are foreign born. The percentage of illiteracy 
of the entire population is 4.8 per cent, the state ranking sixteenth in this respect. 
The educational system of the state is as follows : 


Thomas J. Kirk, Superintendent of Public Instruction Sacramento 


George C. Pardee, Governor, President of Board Sacramento 

Thomas J. Kirk, State Superintendent, Secretary Sacramento 

Morris E. Dailey, President of State Normal School San Jose 

J. F. MiLLSPAUGH, President State Normal Los Angeles 

C. C. Van Liew, President of State Normal School Chico 

Samuel T. Black. President of State Normal School San Diego 

Frederic L. Burk, President of State Normal School San Francisco 

Benjamin Ide Wheeler, President of State University Berkeley 

Elmer E. Brown, Professor of Pedagogy at State University Berkeley 


George C. Pardee, Governor Sacramento 

Thomas J. Kirk, State Superintendent Sacramento 

Elmer E. Brown 

J. H. Strine, Secretary 

According to the California text-book laws, the state hires the plates of such 
book.s as it desires to use. Adoptions were made in the spring of 1904. 

The state has no recognized state board, but provisions are made for pupils' 
reading through a district law, which makes annual contributions to the district 


C. C. Van Liew, President Chico 

Mrs. M. M. Fitzgerrald, Secretary San Francisco 


Connty. Superintendent's Name. Address. County. 

Alameda T. O. Crawford Oakland 130,197 

Alpine Wilda A. Jordan Markleeville 509 

Amador Oeorgre A. Gordon Jackson ll.UP 

Butte R. H. Dunn Orovllle 17,U7 



Pop. or 
County. Superintendent's Name. Address. County 

Calaveras John Waters San Andreas 11,200 

Colusa -Llllle L. Laugenour Colusa 7,364 

Contra Costa A. A. Bailey Martinez 18,046 

Del Norte Mrs. A. M. Leishman Crescent City 2.408 

El Dorado S. B. Wilson Placerville 8,986 

Fresno Giles N. Freman Fresno 37,862 

Glenn Frank S. Reager Willows 5,150 

Humboldt George Underwood Eureka 27,104 

Inyo Mrs. M. A. Clarke Big Pine 4,377 

Kern Robert L. Stockton Bakerafield 16,480 

Kings Mrs. N. E. Davidson Hanford 9,871 

Lake Chas. W. Haycock Lakeport 6,017 

Lassen J. F. Dixon Susanville 4,511 

Los Angeles Mark Keppel Los Angeles 120,278 

Madera Estclle Bagnelle Madera 7,364 

Marin lames Davidson San Rafael 15,702 

Mariposa Tulia L. Jones Mariposa 4,720 

Mendocino J. F. Barbee Ukiah 20,465 

Merced Anna Silman Merced 9,215 

Modoc Nollie Forrest Alturas 5,076 

Mono Cordelia E. Hays Bridgeport 2,167 

Monterey Duncn n Stirling S ilinas 19,380 

Napa Kate Ames Napa 16,451 

Nevada J. G. O'Neill Nevada City 17,789 

Orange J. B. Nichols Santa Ana 19,696 

Placer C N. Shane Auburn 15,786 

Plumas Tillie N. Kruger Quincy 4,657 

Riverside Edward Hyatt Riverside 17,897 

Sacramento B. F. Howard Sacramento 45.915 

San Benito ^ohn H. Garner Hollister 6,632 

San Bernardino A. S. McPherron San Bernardino 27,929 

San Diego Hugh J. Baldwin San Diego 17,700 

San Francisco Alfred Roncovieri San Francisco 342.782 

San Joaquin E. B. Wright Stockton 35.452 

San Luis Obispo Frederick P. Johnson San Luis Obispo 16,637 

San Mateo Etta M. Tilton Redwood City 12.094 

Santa Barbara W. S. Edwards Santa Barbara 18,934 

Santa Clara D. T. Bateman San Jose 60,216 

Santa Cruz '. W. Linscott Snnta Cruz 21,512 

Shasta Kate A. Brlncard Redding 17.318 

Sierra Belle Alexander Downieville 4.017 

Siskiyou Grace Johnson Balfrey. . . .Yreka 16,962 

Solano D. H. White Fairfield 24.143 

Sonoma Minnie Coulter Santa Rosa 38,480 

Stanislaus Florence Boggs Modesto 9,550 

Sutter C. W. Ward Yuba City 5,886 

Tehama Ellen A. Lynch Rod Bluff 10.996 

Trinitv Lizzie H. Fox Weaverville 4,383 

Tulare C. J. Walker Visalia 18,375 

Tuolumne G. P. Morgan Columbia 11.116 

Ventura Geo. L. Sackett Ventura 14.367 

Yolo May L Deleter Woodland 13,618 

Yuba Jamep A. Scott Marysville 8.620 


nil sports that tond toward benlth and 
self-rolinnce. S<'h()ol olinrpe. $700 per 
.vf'jir. Roan ti fill stmiuior camp open from 
JiMM' 1') to September 1; summer oharRe. 

ALAMEDA, Alameda Co., pop. 16.464. 
Notre Dame Academy; girls' boarding, R. C; 
Sister of Notre Dame. Prin. 

ALTA, Placer Co.; pop. 50. 
Agassiz Hall; boys' boarding; non-sect.; est. 
1900; William W. Price. M. A., Head- 
master. ; BELMONT, San Mateo Co., pop. 363. 
School's announcement. — Prepares for tbe ' Belmont School: bnvs' Icmrdlnp; non sect. ; W. 
best colleges and universities. Students x. Rcid. A. M.. Prin. 
uin.v entor at any time In the year. -\ ' 

scb'ool where tbe teachers take a personal BERKELEY. Alameda Co.. pop. 1.3.214. 
Interest In the bovs and give them prai- | Berkeley Bible Seminary; theol. ; co-ed.; Dia- 
tlcally private tutoring. The boys bunt. clples of Christ; est. 1SI)6: Hiram Van 

fish, ride, row, go camping, and practice > Kirk. R. D.. Ph. D.. Dean. 






Berkeley Paoiflo Theological Seminary; Cons.; 
co-ed.; eat. 1809; J<»hn Knox McLean, 

D. D.; Pres. 

Berkeley Preparatory Sohool; bojs' prep.; 
sect.; J. H. White, prlu. 

Boone's Univeriity Ekhool; boys' boarding, 
non-sect; P. R. Boone, Prin. 

Bowen Academy; closed. 

Heads Preparatory School; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; Anna Head, A. B., Prin. 

Pacific Unitarian School for the Ministry; 
Tultarian; co-ed.; »'8t. IIMHJ: Kcv. Earl 
Morse Wilber, A. M., S. T. B.. Pres. 

Snell Seminary: girls' boarding; non-sect.; 
est. 1870; Mrs. Edna Siicll Poulson, Miss 
Mary E. Siu-ll. Prins. 

University of California; unlv.; state; co-ed.; 
non-sect.; est. ISOS; Benjamin Ide Wheel- 
er, Ph. D.. LL. D.. Pros. 

University of California, College of Agricul- 
ture; agrlc. ; state; co-cd. ; Benjamin Ide 
Wheeler, Pres. 

University of California, College of Applied 
Science; tech.; state; co-ed.; Benjamin 
Ide W^heeler, I'rcs. 

University of California, College of Chemistry; 
chem. ; state; cu-ed.; Benjamin Ide Wheel- 
er, Pres. 

University of California, College of Commerce; 
commerce: state; co-ed.; Benjamin Ide 
Wheeler, Pres. 
CHICO, Butte Co., pop. 2.640. 

State Normal School; normal; state; co-ed.; 
Charles C. Van Liew. Prt s. 
CLAREMONT, Los Angeles Co., pop. 180. 

Pomona College; col.; co-ed.; Cong.; est. 
1S88; Rev. Ccorge A. (JatcH. D. 1).. LL. D., 
CRESCENT CITY, Del Norte Co., pop. 600. 

Cresceit City Academy; prep.; co-ed.: non- 
sect.; Walter F. Jones. Prin. 
EAST OAKLAND, Alameda Co., Suburb. 

Academy of Our Lady of Lourdes; girls' board- 
ing; R. C; Sister Mary FIdelis, Prin. 

EUREKA, Humboldt, Co., pop. 7.. 327. 
Eureka Business College; bus. and sten.; G. 
J. Craddo<k. Pres. 
FRESNO, Fresno Co., pop. 12.470. 

Chestnut wood' 8 Business College; bus. and 

sten.; J. II. .Taiisoii. Pres. 
Fresno Business College; bus. and sten.; J. 
N. Sprouse, Pres. 
GRASS VALLEY. Nevada Co.. pop. 4.710. 
Grass Valley Business College; bus. and sten.; 

E. H. Armstrong, Pros. 

Mount St. Mary's Academy; prop.; co-od.; R. 
C; Sister Mary Baptist O'Connor, Prin. 
GREENVILLE, Plumas Co.; pop. ^)li^. 
Greenville Indian Industrial School; Govt. In- 
dustrial r«'hool for IndiaiiH: co-ed.; est. 
1887; Burton B. Custer. Supt. 
HEALDSBURG, Sonoma Co., pop. 1.8G0. 
Healdsburg College; prop.; commI.; 7th Day 
Adv.; M. E. Cady. PrIn. 
HOLLISTER, San Benito Co., pop. 1..315. 
Sacred Heart Academy; prep.; co-od.; R. C. ; 
Sister Helena. Prin. 

lONE. Amador Co., pop. 80A. 
Preston School of Industry; Indust.; state; 
boys; est. 1880; William T. Randall, A. 
M., Supt. 
IRVINGTON, Alameda Co., pop. 467. 
Anderson Academy; prep.; boys; non-sect.; 
est. 1804; W. W. Anderson, M. A.. Prin. 
Curtner Young Ladies' Seminary; closed. 

LORDSBURG, Los Angeles Co., pop. 600. 
Lordsburg College; col.; co-ed.; Brethren: est 
1800; W. C. Hanawalt, Pros. 

LONG BEACH, Los Angeles Co.; pop. 2.252. 
Long Beach Business College; bns. and sten.; 
R. S. Knudson. Prin. 

LOS ANGELES, Los Angeles Co., pop. 102,479. 

Allen School for Nervous and Backward 
Children; boarding and day; non-sect.; 
Miss Allen. Prin. 

Boynton Normal School; normal; private; co- 
ed.; est. 1880; C. C. Boynton, Pres. 

Brownsberger Home School of Bookkeeping 
and Graham Shorthand; bus. and sten.; 
F. Brownsberger. Prin. 

Conservatory of Music, The; mus. ; co-ed.; est. 
19i).'>: Louis Evans. Manager. 

Convent of the Immaculate Heart of Mary; 
girls' boarding; R. C. ; Sister Superior. 

Cumnock School of Expression; elo. and or.; 
co-ed.; Addle Murphy Griggs. Pres. 

Eton Academy for Boys; boys* boarding, non- 
sect.; Horace A. Brown. Prin. 

Freeze Conservatory of Music; music; co-ed.; 
Mrs. C. Estabrooke Freeze. Pres. 

Girls' Collegiate School; girls' boarding; 
Presb.; est. 1802: Alice K. Parsons. B. 
A., and Jeanne W. Dennen. PrIns. 

Harvard School; Imys' boarding; mil.; non- 
sect.; Grenvllle C. Emery. A. B.. Head- 

Los Angeles Conservatory of Music and Arts; 
music and elocution; co-ed.; est. 1883; 
Mrs. Emily J. Valentine. Pres. (Branches 
at Long Beach and Garvanza, Cal.) 

Los Angeles Business College; bus. and sten.; 
est. 1882; E. R. Shrader. A. M., Ph. D.. 

Los Angeles College of Fine Arts; art; co-ed.; 
non-sect.; est. 1806; William S. Judson. 

Los Angeles College of Law; law; co-ed.; est. 
1809; Daniel M. Hammock, Dean. 722 
Trust Bldg. 

Los Angeles Military Academy; military; non- 
non-sect.; Waller J. Bailey, A. M.. Prin. 

Marlborough Preparatory School; girls' board- 
ing; non-sect.; Ida B. Lindley, Prin. 

Marlborough School for Girls; girls' board- 
ing; non-sect.; Mrs. Mary S. Caswell. 

Occidental College; col; co-ed.; Presb.; est. 
1887; Jolin Willis Baer, L. D.. Pros. 

Pacific College of Osteopathy; osteop. ; co-ed.; 
est. 1S90: Clement A. Whiting, Sc. D., 
D. O., Dean. 

St. Mary's Academy; girls' boarding; R. C; 
Sister CatharinA, Prin. 




St. Vincent's College; col.; men; R. C; est. 
1805: Very Rev. Joseph S. Glass. C. M.. 

D. D., Pres. 

Southern California Business College; bus. 

and sten. ; J. W. Lackey. J. W. Hood, D. 

L. Hollmann, Prius. 
State Normal Sohool; normal; state; co-ed.; 

est. 1881; Jesse F. Millspaugb. M. A., 

University of Southern California; univ.; co- 
ed.; M. E.; est. 1880; George Finley Bo- 

vard. A. M., D. D., Pres. 
University of Southern California, College of 

Dentistry; dent.; co-ed.; est. 1897; Gar- 
rett Newklrk, M. D., Dean. 
University of Southern California, College of 

Law; law; co-ed.; Frans M. Porter, LL. 

U., I)eau. 
University of Southern California, College of 

Medioine; med. ; reg. ; co-ed.; est. 1885; 

Walter Llndloy. M. I).. Dean. 
Westlake Sohool for Girls; girls' boarding; 

non-Hcot.; Misses FriMierl<-a de Laguna 

and Jc8.sica S. Van<"e, Prlns. 
Woodbury Business College; bus. and sten.; 

E. K. Isaacs. Pres. 

Yale School; boys' boarding; non-sect.; T. G. 
Adams, A. B., Headmaster. 
MABYSVILLE, Yuba Co., pop. 3.497. 
College of Notre Dame; girls* boarding; R. C; 
Sister Superior, Prin. 
KENLO PARK. San Mateo Co., pop. 385. 

Hoitt's School for Boys; boys' boarding; non- 
sect.; est. 1891; Wm. J. Meredith, A. B., 
St. Patrick's Seminary; novitiate; men; R. C. ; 
est. 1898; Very Rev. H. Ayrlnhae, D. D.. 
MILLS COLLEGE, Alameda Co., pop. 280. 
Mills College and Seminary; women; non- 
sect.; est. 1871; Mrs. C. T. Mills, Pres. 
School's announcement. — Seminary Course 
accredited to the Universities of Califor- 
nia and leading Eastern Colleges; Col- 
lege Course parallel with University 
Work; rare opportunities offered In 
Music, Art and Elo<Mitlon. Ideal eli- 
mato and grounds; home comforts. Con- 
fers degrees and grants diplomas. Tlilrty- 
nlnth year. Fall term opens Aug. 10. 
NAPA, Napa Co., pop. 4.036. 
Napa Business College; bus. and sten.; H. L. 
Gunn, Pres. 
NORDHOFF. Ventura Co., pop. 244. 
Thacher School, The; boys' boarding; non- 
Hect. :' est. 1HSJ»: Sherman I). Thacher. 
A. B.. L. B.. Prln. 
OAKLAND, Alameda Co., pop. 60.960. 
California College; col.; co-ed.; Bapt. ; est. 

1870; Rev. T. G. Bn.wnson. D. D.. Pres. 
College of Music: music; co-ed.; R. W. Vin- 
cent. Director. 
Conservatory of Music; nms.; non-sect.: <-o- 
ed.; <'st. IS'.IS; Adolf (irepory. Direc- 
Convent of Our Lady of Sacred Heart; girls' 
u<HirdIng: R. C. : Sister Mary Symphorosa. 
Horton's School, Miss; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect. ; Miss Sarah W. Horton. Prln. 


Oakland Shorthand Lutitute; bus. and sten.; 

Frederick G. Ilsen, Prin. 
Pacific Technical College; tech.; co-ed.; est. 

1904; Chas. C. Swafford. Pres. 

Mrs. C. T. Mill*. Pres.. Mills College 

P. 0., Cal. 
Pacific Theological Seminary; tbeol. ; men: 

Cong.; est. 1869; John Knox McLean. D. 

D.. Pres. 
Polytechnic Business College; bus. and sten.; 

W. B. Gibson. Pres. 
St. Mary's College; col.; men.; R. C; est. 

1863; Brother Velleslon. F. S. C. Pres. 
Unitarian Theological Reminary; tbeol.; co- 
ed.: Unitarian; est. 1904; Rev. Earl M. 

Wilbur. A. M.. S. J. B.. Dean. 

PALO ALTO, SanU Clara Co., pop. 1.658. 

Harker-Hughes School for Girls; girls' board- 
ing; non-sect.; est. 1902; Miss C. Barker. 
A. B.. and Miss E. G. Hughes. A. M.. 

Marzanita Hall Preparatory School for Boys; 
lioy«' boiirdliig: non-sect.; est. 1893; J. 
Le Roy DI,\<>n. A. B.. Prln. 

PASADENA, Los Angeles Co., iiop. 9,117. 
Classical School for Boys; boys' boarding; non- 
sect.; Stephen Cutter Clark. Prin. 
Classical School for Girls; girls' boarding; 

non-sect. ; Anna B. Urton, Prln. 
Pasadena Business College; bus. and sten.; 

Wm. H. Warner, M. A.. Pres. 
Throop Polytechnic Institute; tech.; co-ed.; 
non-sect.; est. 1801; Walter A. Edwards. 
A. M., LL. D.. Pres. 
PETALUMA, Sonoma Co., pop. 3.871. 
St. Vincent's Academy; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; 
Sister of Charity, Prin. 
POMONA, Los Angeles Co., iM)p. 5.526. 
Pomona Business College; bus. and sten.; est. 
IS'L-V; D. Brchnnt. Prln. 
RED BLUFF, Tehama Co., pop. 2.750. 
Academy of Our Lady of Mercy; girls' board- 
ing; R. C. : SiHter Mary Joseph. Prln. 

REDWOOD CITY. San Mateo Co., pop. 1,653. 
Academy of Notre Dame: girls' boarding; R. 
C; Sister Mary Cecilia. Prin. 

RIO VISTA, Solano Co., pop. 682. 
St. Gertrude's Academy; prep.; co-ed.; R. C: 

Sister Mary Camlllus. Prln. 
RIVERSIDE, Riverside Co., pop. 7.973. 
Riverside Business College; bus. and sten.; 

L. W. Zlnn. Pres. 
Sherman Institute: Ciovt. industrial school for 

iDdlans; j'o-ed.; est. 1001; Harwood Hall. 

SACRAMENTO, Sacramento, Co., pop. 29,282. 
Atkinson's Sacramento Business College; bus. 

iuhI stj'H.; E. ('. Atkinson. Prln. 
Christian Brothers' College; col.; men; R. C; 

est. 1><7.'»: Brother Wnlter. Pres. 
Howe's Academy and Business College; prep.; 

co-ed.; Prot.; Ed. Howe. Jr., Prin. 
Sacramento Institute: lM»y8' boarding; R. C; 

Brother Wnlter. Pres. 
St. Joseph's Academy: cirls' Ixtardlug; R. C.,' 

Mother Superior, Prin. 





SAN ANSELMO. Suburb of San Franoiioo. 
San FranoiBOo Theological Seminary; tIuH)l. ; 
men; Prrsb. : est. 1S71: Warron II. Lan- 
don. 1). D.. Pn»s. 
SAN BERNARDINO, San Bernardino Co.; pop. 
P. 150 
San Bernardino Business College; bus. and 
Btfii.; cat. lUui; L. W. Ziun, Pres. 
SAN DIEGO, San Diego Co., pop. 17.700. 
Academy of Our Lady of Peace; prep.; co-ed.; 

R. C: Sister of St. Joseph. Prln. 
San Diego Commercial College; bus. and sten.; 

F. W. Kolsey, Pres. 
State Normal School; normal; state; co-ed.; 
Samuel T. lUuck, Pres. 

SAN FRANCISCO, San Francisco Co., pop. 

Academy of the Sacred Heart; prep.; coed.; 
R. C: Madame M. Gorman, Prin. 

Ayres Modem Business College; bu.s. and 
sten.; est. 180S; K. C. Ilarrell. LL. D., 

Barnes School of Anatomy, Sanitary Science 
and Embalming; co-ed; est. . 1890: Carl 
L. Barnes, M. D., LL. D., Pres. 

Caldwell College of Oratory and Acting; olo. 
and orator}-; est. ISOT; h'. Coolie Caldwell, 
M. O., Pres., 1205 Market St. 

California Business College; bus. and sten.; 
est. 1S98: R. L. Durham. Prin.. 001 Golden 
Gate Ave. 

School's announcement. — A modern, pro- 
gressive, growing school. Occupies larg- 
est and most ideal quarters In the West. 
18,000 square feet of floor surface, fitted 
up with one-fourth mile of glass parti- 
tions. Most thorough and complete in- 
struction in all brunches of business ed- 
ucation. 430 students, 18 teachers. 5S8 
positions last year. Send for 75-page il- 
lustrated catalogue. 

California College of Pharmacy, XTni^ersity of 
California; phar.; co-ed.; est. 1873; W. 
M. Scarby, Dean. 

California Medical College; med. ; eclectic; 
co-ed.; est. 1878; D. Maclean. M. I)., 

California School of Design; art; non-seci. : 
co-ed.; est. 1874; Arthur F. Mathews. 

California School of Elocution and Oratory; 
elo. and oratory; est. 1881; Miss Emily 
Curtis. M. E.. Prln.. Association Bldg. 

California School of Mechanical Arts: tech.; 
co-ed.; non-sect.; est. 1805; Geo. A. Mer- 
rill, Prln.. 16th and Utah Sts. 

Cogswell Polytechnical College; tech.; co-ed.; 
non-sect.; est. 1SS7; G«'orge* B. Miller, 
A. B.. M. A.. Pres. 

College of Medicine and Surgery, Dental De- 
partment; d««nt.; co-ed.; est. 1809; Alfred 
E. Blake, D. D. S.. Dean. 

College of Notre Dame; girls' boarding; R. 
C; Sister Julia Tlieresa, Prln. 

College of Physicians and Surgeons; med.; 
reg.; co-ed.; est. ISOC: I>. A. Hodghead, 
A. M.. .M. I).. Dean, l(i25 Sutter St. 

College of Physicians and Surgeons, Dental 
Department; dent.; co-ed.; est. 1887; 
Charles Boxton. D. D. S., Dean. 

College of Physicians and Surgeons, Depart- 
ment of Pharmacy; phar.; co-ed.; est. 
1898; Wm. J. Jackson. Dean. 

Cooper Medical College; med.; reg.; co-ed.; 
est. 1852; C. N. ElUnwood. M. D., LL. D., 

Gallagher- Marsh Business College; bus. and 
sten.; est. 1899; Robt. F. Gallagher. 
Pres.. 1382 Market St. 

Golden Gate Kindergarten Free Normal School; 
kindergarten training; women; est. 1891; 
Annie M. Stovall, Prin., 500 Union St. 

Hahnemann Hospital College; med.; homeop. , 
co-ed.; est. 1882; James B. Ward. M. D., 

Hamlin School; girls' boarding; non-sect.'. 
Sarah D. Hamlin, Prln. 

Hastings College of the Law; Law Depart- 
ment Uniyersity of California; co-ed.; 
est. 1878; Edward R. Taylor, Dean. 

Heald's Business College and School of Prac- 
tical Sciences; bus., sten.. and prac- 
tical sciences; co-ed.; est. 18G2; Edward 
Heald, Pres. 

School's announcement. — The leading com- 
mercial school west of Chicago. One of 
the six schools of the U. S. selected 
to represent commercial education at the 
Paris Exposition, and awarded the sil- 
ver medal. Thoroughly teaches Short- 
hand, Typewriting, Bookkeeping, Teleg- 
raphy. Penmanship. Electric, Civil and 
Mining Engineering. Assaying, the Eng- 
lish Branches, and everything pertaining 
to a Business Education. Twenty-five 
teachers. Sixty writing machines. 18,- 
000 graduates. This college annually 
places about 300 of Its graduates In posi- 

Heald's School of Mining and Engineering; 
te(h.; men; est. 1804; Edward P. Ileald. 
Pres.. VM) Union Square. 

Irving Institute; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
Ed. B. Church, B. M.. Prin. 

Lyceum. The; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; est. 
iso.l; L. II. (?rau. Ph. D.. Pres., 8oC Mar- 
ket St. 

Mark Hopkins Institute of Art, of the Uni- 
versity of California; art; state; co-ed.; 
Prof. Robert U. Fletcher. Director. Cali- 
fornia and Mason Sts. 

Merrill-Miller College; bus. and sten.; est. 
ISOf): Katherlne L. Miller. Pres.. 8.V» 
Mark<'t St. 

Metropolitan Business College and Academy; 
bus. and prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; est. 
1003; L. A. Jordan. B. L.. Manager. 

Munson School of Shorthand; bus. and sten.; 
E. M. Carpenter, Pres. 

Murison's School, Miss; girls' boarding; non- 
si-et. ; .Miss E. L. Murlson, Prln. 

Our Lady of Mercy Academy; prep.; co-ed.; 
K. C; Sister M. Immanuel, Prln. 

Pacific Coast Regular College of Medicine; 
med.; rejr. : eo-ed. ; est. 1900; C. W. Von 
Tledmann. M. D.. Dean. 





Pitman Buiinesi College, Isaac; bus. and 

sten.; est. 1901; A. L. Calhoun, Prln. 

Uaight St. 
Presentation Convent; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; 

Mother M. Josephine, Prln. 
Raymond Coaching School; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; est. 1000; W. II. V. Raymond. 

Prln., 807 Sutter St. 
Sacred Heart College; boys' day; R. C. ; 

est. 1874; Bro. Lewis, F. S. C, Pres. 

cor. Eddj and Larkln Sts. 
St. Bridget's School; prep.; co-ed.; R. 0.; 

Sister Superior, Prin. 
St. Ignatius' College; col.; men; R. C; est. 

1865; Very Rev. J. P. Frieden. S. J. 
St. Peter's Academy; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; 

Sister Mary R. O'Brien, Prin. 
St. Vincent's School; prep.; co-ed.; R. 0.; 

Sister Eugenia. Prln. 
San Francisco Business College; bus. and 

sten.; est, 1888; Howard and Weaver, 

State Normal School; normal; state; co-ed.; 

est. 1800; Frederick Burk, Ph. D.. I^res. 
Trinity School; boys' day; non-sect.; II. C. 

Lyon and L. H. Rogers, Prlns., 2018 Pa- 
cific Av. 
University of California, College of Dentistry; 

dent; co-ed.; est. 1881; James G. Sharp. 

M. D.. D. D. S.. Dean. 
University of California, Medical Department; 

med.; leg.; co-ed.; est. 1862; A. A. 

D'Ancona, M. D., Dean. 
University School; prep.; boys; non-sect.; 

Arthur Cutts. Willard, S. B.. Prin. 
Van der Naillen School of Engineering; tech.; 

men; est. 1865; A. Van der NalUen, Jr., 

C. E.. E. M.. Prln.. 113 Fulton St. 
West's School for Girls, Miss; girls' board- 
ing; non-sect.; Miss Mary B. West, Prin. 
Wilmerding School of Industrial Arts; tech.; 

boys; non-sect.; est. 1000; Geo. A. Merrill, 

Director. 16th and Utah Sts. 

SAN JOSE, Santa CUra Co., pop. 21,600. 

College of Notre Dame; girls' boarding; R. 
C. ; Sisters of Notre Dume. 

Garden City Business College; bus. and sten.; 
11. B. Worcester. Pres. 

Modem School of Business and Correspond- 
ence; iMis. and st«Mi. ; est. 1901; Geo. T. 
Pratt, Prln. 

Pacific Coast Business College; bus. and sten.; 
H. E. Cox. Pres. 

San Jose Academy; prep.; co-ed.: non-sect.; 
Miss K. F. Leffler, Prln. 

San Jose Conservatory of Music; music; co- 
ed. ; Maurice Leon Driver. Director. 

San Jose Business College; bun. and sten.; 
est. 1S91: Jus. H. Hill. Prln. 

St. Joseph College; boys' boarding; R. C. ; 
Rev. M. r.leeson. S. J., Prln. 

State Normal School; normal; state; co-ed.; 
Morris Elmer Dnlley. Pres. 

University of the Pacific; col.; ("o-ed.; M. E.; 
est. 1S51; Eli McCllsh. Pres. 

Washburn School, The; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect. : Arthur Washburn. Prln. 

SAN JUAN, San Benito Co., pop. 440. 
St. John's Institute; girls' boarding; R. C; 
est. 1876; Mother Carmen Argelaga, Prln. 

SAN LEANDRO. Alameda Co., pop. 2.253. 
St. Mary's Convent; prep.; co-ed.; R. C. ; 
Sisters of St. Dominic, Prln. 

SAN LUIS OBISPO, San Luis Obispo Co., pop. 

Academy of Immaculate Heart of Mary; prep.; 
co-ed.; R. C; Sister Mary Conception, 

California Polytechnic School; tech.; co-ed.; 
non-sect.; est. 1903; Leroy Anderson, B. 
S.. Ph. D.. Director. 

School's announcement. — A Secondary 
School devoted to Instxuctlon in Agricul- 
ture, Mechanics and Domestic Science. 
A practical school for practical people. 
Regular course, four years. Short and 
r.peclal courses In Agriculture. Tuition 
free. Cllninte unexcelled. Motmtain and 
sea air. 

SAN MATEO, San Mateo Co., pop. 1.832. 
Church Divinity School of the Pacific; theol.; 

men; P. E.; est. 1893; Rt. Rev. Wm. 

Ford Nichols. D. D., Dean. 
St. Margaret's School; prep.; girls; P. E. ; 

Miss I. L. Tebbetts, Prln. 
St. Matthew's School; boys' boarding; P. E.; 

Wm. A. Brewer, Prin. 

SAN RAFAEL, Marion Co., pop. 3.879. 

Bates Academy; closed. 

Dominican College; girls' boarding; R. C; 
est. 1850; Mother Louis, Prin. 

Hitchcock Military Academy; boys' boarding; 
non-sect.; Rev. Chas. Hitchcock, Prln. 
ing: R. C; Sister Mary Barbara. Prin. 

Mount Tamalpais Military Academy; mili- 
tary; Presb. ; Arthur Crosby, Prln. 
SANTA ANA, Orange Co., pop. 4.683. 

Orange County Business College; bus. and 
sten.; H. O. Slsson. Pres. 

SANTA BARBARA, Santa Barbara Co., pop. 

Santa Barbara Business College; bus. and 
sten.; E. K. Hoover, Pres. 

Santa Barbara Collegiate School; prep.; co- 
ed.; non-sect.; T. H. McCune. M. A.. 

SANTA CLARA, SanU Clara Co., pop. 3.650. 
Academy of Notre Dame; girls' boarding; R. 

C. ; Sister Louise De Gonzague. Prln. 
Santa Clara College; col.; men; R. C; est. 
1851; Rev. Robert E. Kenna. S. J.. Pres. 

SANTA CRUZ, SanU Cruz Co., pop. 5.650. 
Chestnutwood's Business rioUege; bus. and 

sten.; J. H. jHnson, Pres. 
School of the Holy Cross; girls' boarding; R. 

C: Sister Mary Joseph, Prln. 
SANTA ROSA, Pomona Co., pop. 6.673. 

Pacific Methodist College: permanently closed. 
Santa Rosa Business College; bus. and sten.; 

J. S. Swe<'t. Pres. 
Ursuline Academy; girls* boarding; R. C. : 

Sister Agatlia Reynolds. Prln. 





8H0RB, Los Anffeles Co., pop. 128. 
Academy of the Holy Name; girls' boord- 
ing; Sister Superior, Prin. 
pop. 720. 
Leland Stanford Junior ITniveriity; univ. ; co- 
ed.; non-sect.; est. 1801; David Starr Jor- 
dan, LL. D., Pres. 
Leland Stanford Junior University, Depart- 
ment of Engineering; tech.; co-ed.; David 
Starr Jordan, Prca. 
Leland Stanford Junior University, Law De* 
partment; law; co-ed.; est. 1802; Nathan 
Ablwtt. Dean. 
STOCKTON, San Joaouin Co., pop. 17.506 

St. Mary's College; l>oy8' day; U. C. ; Bro. 
('has. Aul. Prin. 

Stockton Business College; bus. and sten.; 
eHt. 1874; F. O. Gardner, M. Accts., Prin. 

.Western School of Business; bus. and nor- 
mal; est. 1002; J. R. numphreys, Prcs. 

VALLEJO, Solano Co., pop. 7.0<U>. 
St. Vincent's Convent School; prep.; co-ed.; 
R. C; Sister M. Joseph. Prin. 

WHITTIEB. Los Angeles Co.. pop. 1.580. 

Whittier College; col.; co-ed.; Friends; est. 
1891; Charles E. Tebbetts, A. M., Pres. 
WOODLAND, Yolo Co., pop. 2.886. 

Academy of the Holy Bosary; girls' board 


Population, 539,100. School census, 150,920. School age, 6-21. 

Colorado is the thirty-first state of the Union in point of population, having 
a total of 539,100 inhabitants, of whom 529,046, or 98 per cent, are white. Of this 
number 90,475, or 16.8 per cent, are foreign-born. The percentage of illiteracy 
of the entire population is 4.2 per cent, the state ranking twelfth in this respect. 
The educational system of the state is as follows: 


Miss Katherine L. Craig, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Denver 

Miss Emily Griffith, Deputy State Superintendent Denver 

Miss Hattie Stevenson, Assistant State Librarian Denver 

Miss Elna M. Gleason, Clerk and Stenographer Denver 

Miss Clara Wilmot, Clerk in Superintendent's Department Denver 


Miss Katherine L. Craig, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Denver 

James Cowie, Secretary of State Boulder 

Nathan C. Miller, Attorney General Durango 


Miss Katherine L. Craig Denver 

Joseph F. Daniels, Librarian, State Agricultural College Fort Collins 

Dr. Z. X. Snyder, President State Normal School Greeley 

D. R. Hatch, Editor Colorado School Journal Denver 

H. N, Barrett, Principal High School Pueblo 

W. P. Herrick Denver 


Dr. Z. X. Snyder, President Greeley 

H. S. Phillips, Treasurer Denver 

W. W. Remington, Secretary Denver 


County. Su|M'iiiit«'ndcnl'8 Name. Address. County. 

Adams Mrs. Katherine M. Cook Brighton 

Arapahoe D. W. Working Littleton 153.017 

Archuleta Mrs. Birdie E. McConnell...pagosa Springs 2.117 

Baca N. Gomer Jones Springfield 759 

Bent Myrtle Sydner Las Animas 3.049 

Boulder J. L. Griffin Boulder 23..>44 

Chaffee Harry L. McGInnis Bucna Vista 7.085 

Cheyenne W. A. Sellers Cheyenne Wells 501 





Pop. of 
Q^utj SisiH'Hntptidt'nrfi Njimp, Addreaa. (bounty. 

Clear Cr&ek I?*"^; ^'i\^^^*- ^ Mason Idaho Spring!? 7.0g 

Conejos . E- -^- Nlflsimi Smr rd 8,7M 

"'oatilla ,ChnH. Grocnondyke San Luis 4.fiM 

Custer "".".'." Asa P. Dickson Westcllflfe 2.937 

rw»|*ft " ...Emma G. Myers Delta 5,487 

npiivAr .'"...Lillian A. Field Denver 

nljllea ; Mrs. Josie A. Moore nico 1,134 

iir„J,®, W. L. Heath Ctiatle Rock 3,120 

S^S Mrs. Martha L. Rhodes R^d CUflf .,. 3,008 

^ftSS. Jacob J Kruse Kiowa 3.107 

5n "pLio K. M. Collins...... , Colorado Sprlhga, 31,602 

SL-irrr Ida T. White......... .....Canon City.... 16,636 

riirflAiS Mrs. AlJco B. Clark Glenwood Springs 5.835 

anSn Mra. Ida Krtiae McFarlane.Central CUy 6.690 

aJ-ftArt J. W. Palmer ...Sulphur Springs 741 

JJ„„J;t« •• Fannie Burnett Gunriison , 5,331 

aVnidal^ ."::;Mrs. Alma Elder ..... ,.,.,...I^ke City.. 1.609 

Hiierfano Frank Mead Walsenburg 8.395 

jSfferaon Myrtle Songer Golden 9.306 

jriX^^ : Adela Blain Eads 701 

Kit C^raoii . ..Mrs. Etta Rogers Burlington 1,680 

like :.Mrs. Ollle I. Vivian Leadville 18.054 

li Plata ...y. Mrs. Rosepha Pulford Durango 7.016 

I^rtmer Mary E. Gill Ft. Collins 12,1© 

iS? Animas ::::.:::J. M. Madrid Trinidad 21.842 

Lincoln Kdwin E. Franklin... Hugo ^6 

IX)^h . M. Madeline Ve Verka Sterling ... 3.»2 

jJe^ ; 55. B. McClure Grand Junction 9.267 

Mineral .!."..!".. !!ii!ii-"i. Mrs. Kffie M. Anderson Amethyst 1,913 

Montezuma H E. Black Cortez 3.058 

Montrose Mrs. Lliln M. Brown Montrose 4.535 

Morgan .Grace M Anderson Fort Morgan 3.268 

Otero Mrs, Carrie E. Money. La Junta 11,522 

Ouray Mary M. Lewis..,.,.,., Ouray 4.731 

Park Mayme V. Remington Falrplay 2,998 

Phillips Madge A. Crowner Holyoke 1.583 

Pitkin Mrs. Edith M. Bailey Aspen 7.520 

Prowers J. A. Rosebrough Lamar 3.766 

Pueblo Mrs. Lulu White Granger. Pueblo 34.448 

Rio Blanco F. H. Hopkins Meeker 1.690 

Rio Grande Frank C. Spencer Del Norte 4.080 

Routt Verna M. Bartr. Steamboat Springs 3.661 

Saguache W. E. Gardner Saguache 3.868 

San Juan Mrs. Ellen Carbis Sllverton 2.842 

San Miguel Chas. S. Watson Tellurlde 5.379 

Sedgwick Alice C. Bower Julesburg 971 

Summit Mrs. Jennie M. Jones Breckenridge 2.744 

Teller Mrs. Katherine C. Polly Cripple Creek 29.002 

Washington Mrs. H, B, Buchanan Akron 1.241 

Weld T^. H. Harrl,*TOn Greelev 16.808 

Yuma F. B. Williams. Wray 1.729 


BEBKELET, Arapahoe Co., pop. 707. 

J«iuit CoLlef^e ui>vltiutc; men; R. C. 
BOULDEB, Boulder Co., pop. 6.150. 

Colerado Sohool of Applied Soienoe; tech.; 
etato; co-ed.; Milo S. Kotohum. C. E.. 
Colorado Sohool of Law, University of Colo- 
rado; law; co-ed.; est. 1802; James 
TlJik*^r TI. D.. Pres. 
Colorado State Preparatory Sohool; prep.; co- 
ed.; state; IT. W. Callahnn, Hend-Mas- 
• ter. 
Kount Gertrude's Academy ; prep.; co-ed.; R. 
C; Sister M. Salome, Prln. 

University of Colorado; unlv.; state; co-ed.; 
non-sect.: est. 1876: James H. Baker. 
M. A., LL. D.. Pres. 

University of Colorado, Medieal Department; 
med.; rej?.; co-ed.; est. 1883; L. M. Gif- 
fln. M. D.. Dean. 


Fort LbwIi Indian Tratnlait Sohool; Govt. In- 
dnntrlnl school for Indians; co-ed.; est. 
1S92; W. M. Peterson. Supt. 

CANON CITY, Fremont Co., pop. 3.776. 
Mount St. Scholastioa's Aoademy; grlrls' 
boarding; R. C; Sister M. Calllsta. Prin. 





OOLOSADO SPSINOS, El FaM Co., pop. 21,069. 
OhatoUin's Sohool of Lanruayos; languages; 

eo-cd.; cat. 1885; George M. V.' Cbatelaln. 

Colorado College; col.; co-ed.; Cong.; est. 

1874; Wm. F. Slocum, LL. D., Pres. 
Colorado Art Sohool; art; co-ed.; Charles 

Craig and Carl G. Lotave, Prins. 
Colorado Springs Academy for Boys; prep.; 

boys; non-sect.; J. B. Walton, Prln. 
Cutler Academy; prep.; boys; non-sect.; M. 

Clement GUe, Prln. 
Henager's Business College; bus. and sten.; 

J. C. Henager, Pres. 
State School for Deaf and Blind; indust.; 

state; co-ed.; est. W. K. Argo, Supt. 
San Luis Sohool; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; est. 

1890; Bessie Henry and Chas. B. Moore, 

DEL NOBTE» Bio Grande Co., pop. 706. 

Presbyterian College of the Southwest; closed. 
DENYEB, Denver Co., pop. 133.859. 
Brightside Sohool for Bojrs; closed. 
Central Business College; bus. and sten.; L. 

A. Arnold, Pres. 
College of the Saored Heart; col.; men; R. 

C; est. 1876: Rev. J. J. Brown, S. J. 
College of St. John the Evangelist; closed. 
Colorado College of Dental Surgery, ITni' 

▼ersity of Denver; dent.; co-ed.; est. 

1897; W. T. Chambers, Dean. 
Colorado Commercial College; bus. and sten.; 

J. E. Barnes, Pres. 
College of Musio, University of Denver; 

music; co-ed.; Frederick Schweikber, 

Colorado College of Osteopathy; consolidated 

into American School of Osteopathy, 

Klrksville. Mo. 
Denver Business ITnivertity; bus. and sten.; 

est. 1904: Ellis J. WllUte, Prop. 
Denver and Gross College of Medioine, Uni- 
versity of Denver; med.; reg.; co-ed.; est. 

1881; S. G. Bonney. A. M., M. D.. Dean. 
Denver Homeopathic College; med.; homeop.; 

co-ed.; est. 1894; James P. Willard. 

Denver Law Ekhool, University of Denver; 

law; co-ed.; est. 1892; Lucius W. Hoyt, 

Denver Normal and Preparatory School; nor.; 

private; est. Fred Dick. Supt. 
Free Night Sohool for Boys; prep.; Mrs. Ida 

Gregory, Manager. 
Modem S<^ool of Business; bus. and sten.; 

A. M. Keams, Pres. 
Students' School of Art; art; co-ed.; Henry 

Read, Director. 
University of Denver; see University Park. 
Wallace Business College; bus. and sten.; 

R. J. Wallace, Pres. 
Wolcott Sohool Association, The Miss; girls' 

boarding: non-sect.; est. 1898; Anna L. 

Wolcott, Prln. 

Wolfe Hall; girls' boarding; P. E.; est. 1887; 

Rt. Rev. Chas. S. Olmstead, S. T. D., 


Miss Margaret Kerr, Prln. 
Woodworth's Shorthand College; sten.; W. A. 

McPberson, Manager. 

FT. COLLINS, Larimer Co., pop. 8,053. 
Colorado State Agrioultnral College; agri.; 
state; co-ed.; B. 0. Aylesworth, LL. D., 

GOLDEN, JefTerson Co., pop. 2,152. 

Colorado Sohool of Mines; tech.; state; co- 
ed.; est. 1873; Victor 0. Alderson, Sc. D., 

GRAND JUNCTION, Mesa Co.; pop. 3,503. 
Teller Institute: Govt. Industrial school for 
Indians; co-ed.: est. 1888; Charles E. 
Burton, M. S. D.. Supt. 

GREELEY, Weld Co., pop. 3.023. 
Colorado State Normal Sohool; normal; state; 

co-ed.; Z. X. Snyder, Ph. D., Pres. 
Greeley Business College: bus. and sten.; est. 
1004; D. C. Uoyer, Prln. 

LEADVILLE, Lake Co., pop. 12.455. 
St. Mary's Sohool; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; Sis- 
ter Ansclcta, Prln. 

LORETTO HEIGHTS, Arapahoe Co., pop. 72. 
Loretto Academy; girls* boarding; R. C; Sis- 
ter Superior. 

MONTCLAIR, Arapohoe Co., pop. 415. 

Colorado Woman's College; girls' boarding; 

Bapt.: est. 1905. 
Jarvis Hall Military Academy; burned Nov. 4. 

MORRISON, JefTerson Co., pop. 254. 
State Industrial School for Girls; Indust.; 
state; girls; Miss Gertrude Smith. Supt. 

PUEBLO, Pueblo Co., pop. 28,157. 

American Business College; bus. and sten.; 

J. A. Chirk. Prin. 
Cooper's Commercial College; bus. and sten.; 

J. F. Cooper. Prln. 
Loretto Academy; prlrls' boarding; R. C; 

Sister M. Reparata. Prln. 
Pueblo Business College; bus. and sten.; C. 

II. I>onald8on. Pres. 

SALIDA, Chaifee Co., pop. 3.722. 

Salida Academy; prop.; co-ed.; Prosb.; est. 
1886; E. B. Wblteomb, Ph. B.. Prln. 
TRINIDAD, Las Animas Co., pop. 5.345. 
Trinidad Business College; bus. and sten.; 
W. E. Anderson, Pres. 
UNIVERSITT PARK, Suburb of Denver. 

University of Denver; unlv. ; oo-ed.; M. E.; 
est. 18G4; H«»nry A. Buchtrl. D. D.. LL. 
D.. Chancellor. 


Population, 908,355. School census, 219,070. School age, 4-16. 

Connecticut is the twenty-ninth state of the Union in point of population, 
having a total of 908,355 inhabitants, of whom 892,424, or 98.2 per cent, are white. 
Of this number 237,396, or 26.1 per cent, are foreign born. The percentage of 
illiteracy of the entire population is 5.9 per cent, the state ranking twenty-fifth in 
this respect. The educational system of the state is as follows, the chief executive 
power resting not in a State Superintendent, as in most states, but in the State 
Board of Education, of which the Governor of the state is the chief officer. 


Henry Roberts, Governor Hartford 

RoLUN S. Woodruff, Lieutenant Governor New Haven 

Edward D. Robbins Wethersfield 

William G. Sumner New Haven 

William H. Palmer, Jr Norwich 

Gecrce M. Carrington Winsted 

Charles D. Hine, Secretary Hartford 

A. J. Wright, Clerk Hartford 

Giles Potter, Agent New Haven 


Hon. Carn(;t O. Spencer, State Capitol Hartford 

The state has an optional text-book law, authority being vested in local boards 
or the voters to determine whether text-books shall be furnished free. 


Connecticut has no county superintendents of schools, but has instead what 
is called the "town system" of school supervision, each city, or in some cases, 
where the towns are small, a group of cities, having its individual superintendent 
of schools. 


BALTIC, New London Co., pop. 500. 
Aoademy of the Holy Family; girls' board- 
ing; R. C; Sister M. Carlne, Prln, 

BLACK HALL, New London Co., pop. 332. 
BUck Hall School; boys' boarding; P. E.; 
Cnas. G. Bartlelt, Prln. 

JBZDOEPORT, Fairfield Co., pop. 70.996. 

Bridgeport Training School for Teaoheri: 
normal; state; co-ed.; Miss Bessie B. 
Howes. Pros. 

Bridgeport ITniveriity School; boys' board- 
ing; non-sect.; Vincent C. Peclc. Prln. 

Brown's Business College; Inis. and sten.; 
est. 1001: I. S. Brown. M. E.. Prcs. 

Courtland School, The; girls* boarding; non- 





sect.; est. 1891; Frances A. Marble and 
Mary J. Miner, Prlns. 

Park Avenue Institute; boys' boarding; non- 
sect.; Seth B. Jones, Prin. 

St. Joseph's School; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; est. 
1900; Rev. H. Dahme, Prln. 

Trade School and Institute; tech.; men; Y. M. 
C. A.; est. 1803; H. B. Converse. Di- 

Union Business College; bus. and sten.; Fred 
Enos. Prcs. 
BBOOKFIELD CENTER, Fairfield Co., pop. 176. 

Brookfleld Sununer School of Music; music; 
co-ed.; est. 1900; Herbert Wilbur Greene, 

School's announcement. — The plan on 
which this school Is conducted recom- 
mends itself especially to teachers hold- 
ing positions of responsibility, not only 
as a thorough Normal School, but also 
as an opportunity for recreation. The 
work is so adjusted that material of 
great value, both technical and theoreti- 
cal, is made available for teachers 
through the medium of privute lessons, 
lectures, talks, and Illustrations. Tlic 
frequency of the pupil's contact with the 
teacher, and the fund of excellent mate- 
rial that is oflfered. enables students to 
carry away with them valuable sugges- 
tions which they can work out In their 
practice and teaching during the entire 

Curtis School for Boys; boys' boarding; non- 
sect.; Frederick S. Curtis, Prln. 

CHESHIBE, New Haven Co., pop. 1,989. 
Cheshire School; boys' boarding; P. E.; R. J 
Mulford. Head Master. 

CLINTON, Middlesex Co., pop. 1.429. 
. Morgan School; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; Ceo. 
E. Ellot, Jr., Prin. 

CORNWALL, Litchfield Co., pop. 1,175. 
Cornwall School, The; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; F. M. McGraw, Prln. 
D ANBURY, Fairfield Co., pop. 16.537. 

Danbury Music School; muAie; co-ed.; EUn 

A. Curtis. Director. 
Stillman Business College; bus. and sten.; 
William J. Stillman, Pres. 
DERBY, New Haven, Co., pop. 7.030. 
Pope Business College; bus. and sten.; F. J. 
Pope. Pres. 
EASTON, Fairfield Co., pop. 960. 

Easton Academy; prep.: co-ed.; iioiisect.; 
Wm. P. Calupp, Prln. 
ESSEX, Middlesex Co., pop. 2.530. 

Pratt High School; prep.; co-od. : Coup., 
est. 1800; Ernest M. Libby. B. .\.. Prln 
FAIRFIELD, Fairfield Co., pop. 4.489. 
Fairfield Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect., 
FnuM-Is J. Brewer, Prin. 
FALLS VILLAGE, Litchfield Co., pop. 671. 
David M. Hunt School; prep.; co-ed: non-sect.; 
est. ISOl; Miss Marion C. Chandler, A. B.. 
FARMINGTON, Hartford Co., pop. 3..331. 

Porter's School, Mrs.; girls' boarding; non- 

sect.; est. 1843; Mrs. Robert Porter Keep, 
GREENWICH, Fairfield Co., pop. 2,420. 
Greenwich Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 

Newton B. Hobart, Prin. 
Rosemary Hall; girls' boarding; non-seet.; 
Caroline Rnutz-Uees, Prln. 
HAMDEN, New Haven Co., pop. 4.626. 
Hamden Hall; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; Wm. 
C. Raymond, Prln. 
HARTFORD, Hartford Co., pop. 79.850. 
Connecticut Business College; bus. and sten.; 

est. 1003: E. J. Wilcox, M. A.. Pres. 
Hartford Theological Seminary; theol. ; men; 
Cong.; est. 1834; W. D. MacKenzie, D. 
D.. Pres. 
Hillyer Institute; bus. and sten.; Indust.; 
men; est. 1882; H. M. Gerry, A. B.. 
Huntsinger's Business College; bus. and sten.; 

F. M. Huntslnger, Pres. 
Morse's Business College; bus. and sten.; 

Edward H. Morse. Pres. 
Mount St. Joseph Seminary; girls' boarding; 

R. C; Sister Mary Cecelia, Prin. 
Olmstead's Commercial College; bus. and 

sten.; B. M. Olmstead, Pres. 
School of Horticulture; hort.; non-sect.: co- 
ed.: Stanley II. U«H)d. S. B.. A. M., Di- 
Trinity College; col.; men; P. E.; est. 1824: 
Flavel Sweeten Luther. Ph. D., LL. D.. 
KENT, Litchfield Co., pop. 1,220. 
Hopson's School; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.: 
Katherlne M. Hopson, Prln. 
LAKEVILLE, Litchfield Co., pop. 1,000. 

Hotchkiss School, The; boys' boarding; non- 
sect.: est. 1892; Rev. H. G. Buehler. 
Taconic School for Girls; girls' boarding; non- 
sect.; Lilian Dixon. Prin. 
LYME, New London Co., pop. 750. 
Boxwood School, The; girls' boarding; non- 
sect.; Mrs. R. S. Grlswold. Prin. 
Home School for Little Boys; boys' prep.: 
Miss A. N. Griffin. Prin. 
MERIDEN, New Haven Co.. pop. 24.296. 
Pequod Business College; bus. and ston.; Al- 
bert A. May, Pres. 
MIDDLETOWN, Middlesex Co., pop. 9.589. 
Berkeley Divinity School; theol.; men; P. E. : 
est. 1S.'S4: Rev. .Tohn Blnney, D. D., Dean. 
Connecticut Business College; bus. and sten.: 

est. 1895: E. J. Wilcox. Prin. 
Emmette School, The; prep.: co-ed.; non-sect.: 

est. 1890: Sophia L. Emm-tte, Prln. 
Patten's School; prep.; co-ed.; Protestant: 

Misses Patten. Prins. 
Wesleyan University; col.; co-ed.; M. E. ; est. 
IS.'Jl; Rev. It. P. Raymond. D. D., LL. D.. 

MILFORD, New Haven Co., pop. 2.783. 
Simpson's School; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.: 
Miss L. Simpson. Prin. 

MYSTIC, New London Co., pop. 3.000. 
Mystic Valley English and Classical Insti- 
tution; prep.; co-ed.: non-sect.; John 
Ivnicht Bucklrn. Prin. 





NEW BRITAIir, Hartford Co., pop. 25.996. 
New Britain Commeroial College; bus. and 
8ten.; est. 1902; T. Clay Cavanaugb. 
State Normal Training Sohool; normal; state; 
co-ed.; est. 1849; Marens White, Ph. B., 
NEW HAVEN, New Haren Co., pop. 108,027. 
Booth Preparatory School; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; Geo. A. Booth. Prin. 
Childs-Butler Business College; bus. and sten.; 

est. 1884; Sidney P. Butler. Pres. 
Oaffey's Shorthand Sohool; bus. and sten.; 

John F. Uaffey, Pres. 
Hopkin's Grammar School; boys' boarding; 

non-sect.; Charles II. Welles. Rector. 
Johnstone's Sohool; girl's boarding; non-sect.; 

est. 1884; Mary Dibyl Johnstone. Prln. 
New Haven Normal Sohool of OsrmnastioS) 
phys. cult.; co-ed.; est. 1886; E. H. Ol- 
mold, M. D., Director. 
Sheffield Scientific School, Yale University; 
tech.; men; est. 1871; Henry Russell 
Chittenden, Ph. D., LL. D.. Director. 
St. Mary's Academy; prep.; co-ed.; B. C; 
est. 1001; Sister Mary Basil, O. S. D., 
State Normal Training School; normal; state; 

co-ed.; Arthur B. Morrill, Pres. 
Weantinaug School; discoutinued. 
Whedon's School for Boys; boys' boarding; 

non-sect.; Susan H. Whedon, Prln. 
Willard's Sohool for Girls; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; Miss Charlotte H. WllUird, Prln. 
Yale Business College; bus. and sten.; Nathan 

B. Stone, Pres. 
Yale Divinity Sohool. Yale University; theol.; 
men; est. 1822; Rev. Prank Knight San- 
ders, Ph. D., D. D., Dean. 
Yale Forest School, Yale University; forestry; 
men; est. 1900; Henry Solon Graves, M. 
A., Dtrector. 
Yale School of Fine Arts, Yale University; 
art; men; John Ferguson Weir, M. A., 
Yale University; unlv. ; men.; non-soct. ; est. 

1701; Arthur T. Hadloy. Pres. 
Yale University, Department of Medicine; 
med.; reg. ; men.; est. 1813; Herbert B. 
Smith. M. D.. Dean. 
Yale University, Law Sohool; law; men; est. 
1824; Henry Wade Rogers, LL. I)., Dean. 

NEW LONDON. New London Co., pop. 17.548. 
Bulkeley School; boy?' boarding; non-sect.; 

Walter A. Towne. Prln. 
Williams Memorial Institute; girls' boarding; 

non-sect.; Colin E. Buell,. Prln. 

NEW MILFOKD. Litchfield Co., pop. 4.804. 
Ingleside School; girls' boarding; P. B.; Mrs. 

Wm. D. Blaclt, Prln. 
Weantinaug School, The; prep.; boys; P. B.; 

est. 1902; Rev. Frank B. Draper, A. B., 


NEW PRESTON, Litchfield Co., pop. 300. 
Upson Seminary; prop; boys; Cong.: est. 1800; 
Rev. Henry Upson, A. B.. Prln. 
NEWTON, Fairfield Co.; pop. 254. 
Newton Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
Wm. Wilson Gardner, Prln. 

NO&FOLK, Litchfield Co., pop. 1.614. 
Robbins Sohool, The; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 

Howard W. Carter. Prln. 
NORTH STONINGTON, New London Oo., pop. 

Wheeler Sohool; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; Clare 

Reynolds Bass. Prln. 
NOR WALK, Fairfield Co., pop. 6,125. 

Baird's Institute-Home School, Miss; girls' 

boarding; P. E.; est. 1882; Miss Cornelia 

F. Baird. Prln. 
Meade's School for Girls; girls' boarding; non- 
sect.; Mrs. Melville B. Meade, Prin. 
NORWICH, New London Co., pop. 17,251. 
Butts' School for Girls, Miss; girls' boarding; 

non-sect.; est. 1901; Miss Matilda Butts, 

Norwich Art School; art; co-ed.; est. 1890; 

Oaias Dodge. B. F. A.. Director. 
Norwich Business College; bus. and sten.; W. 

E. Cantleld, Pres. 

Norwich Free Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; Robt. P. Keep, Ph. D., Prin. 
POMFRET, Windham Co., pop. 1,831. 
Pomfret Sohool; boys' boarding; P. B.; Wm. 
Beach Olmstead, Prin. 
PUTNAM, Windham Co., pop. 6.667. 
Academy of Notre Dame; boys' boarding; R. 

C; Rev. J. Van Den Noort, Prin. 
Putnam Business College; bus. and sten.; B. 

F. Keller, Pres. 
REDDING, Fairfield Co., pop. 1.426. 

Hill Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; Adah 
J. Todd, Prln. 

SALISBURY, Litchfield Co., pop. 3.489. 
Salisbury School; prep.; boys; P. E.; est. 1903; 
Rev. Geo. B. Quaile. M. A.. Pres. 
SAYBROOK, Middlesex Co., pop. 1.634. 
Miss Shepard's Private School; prep.; co-ed.; 
non-sect.; Miss F. C. Shepard, Prln. 
SIMSBURY, Hartford Co., pop. 2.094. 
McLean Seminary; girls' boarding; non-sect.; 

J. B. McLean. Prin. 
Westminster School; boys' boarding; non-sect.; 
W. L. Cashing, Prln. 
SOUTH NORWALK. Fairfield Co., pop. 6.591. 
Brown Business College; bus. and sten.; G. B. 
Sartaln. Pres. 
SOU^HPORT, Fairfield Co., pop. 1.479. 
Seaside Seminary; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
Mlas Augusta Smith. Prln. 
STAMFORD, Fairfield Co., pop. 15.997. 
Rett's Academy; boys' boarding; non-s^ct.; 

Wm. J. Botts, Prin. 
Catherine Aiken School i girls' boarding; non- 
rtoct. ; est. 1854: Harriet Beecher Scovllle 
Dovan. A. B., Prin. 
King School, The; prep.; boys; non-sect.; est. 

1876; H. W. King, Prln. 
Low's School, Miss; girls' boarding; prep.; 

Miss Low and Mlas Hey wood. Prins. 
Merrill College; bus. and sten.; Mrs. M. A. 
Merrill, Pres. 

STORRS, Tolland Co., pop. 174. 
Connecticut Agricultural College, The; agrl.; 
co-ed.; non-sect.; est. 1881; Rufus W. 
Stimson. A. M., B. D., Pres. 





SUFFIELD, Hartford Oo.» pop. 8,021. 

Conneotiout Literary Inititute; prep.; boys; 

Bapt.; est. 1838; Ralph K. Bearce, A. 

M., Prln. 
WALLIKOFOSD, New Ha^en Co., pop. 6.787. 
Ohoate School; prep.; boys; non-sect.; est. 

1896; Mark Pitman, A. M., Head Master. 
WASHINGTON, Litchfield Co., pop. 1.890. 
Ovnnery School. The; prep.; boys* boarding; 

non-sect.; John C. Brlnsmade, Prin. 
Sides School; boys' boarding; non-sect.; Wm. 

6. Brlnsmade, Prln. 
Wykeham Rise School for Oirls; girls' board- 
ing; est. 1902; Miss Dayles, Prln. 
WATEBBTTST. New Ha^en Co.. pop. ^869. 
Oerard School; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; Isabel 

G. Lawton. Prln. 
Monroe's Business College; bus. and sten.; 

W. J. Monroe. Pres. 
Notre Dame Cen^ent; girls* boarding; R. C; 

Sister St. Stanislaus. Prin. 
St. Margaret's Diocesan School for Girls; 

girls' boarding; P. E.; Mary R. Hillard, 

Waterbury Business College; bus. and steo.; 

H. C. Post. Pres. 

WATEBTOWN, Litchfield Co.. pop. 3.100. 
Tait's School for Bojrs; boys' boarding; noo- 
sect.; Horace D. Tait. Prin. 
WESTPORT. Fairfield Co.. pop. 4.017. 
Staples High School; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
Bessie li. Taylor. Prin. 
WTLLTMANTIC, Windham Co.. pop. 8,937. 
State Normal Training School; normal; state; 
co-ed.; est. 1888; Henry T. Burr, S. B., 
S. M.. Pres. 
Willimantic Business College; bus. and sten.: 
R. L. Vickerson. Pres. 
WILTON. Fairfield Co., pop. 1.S98. 
Wilton Educational Institute: boys' boarding: 
non-sect.; Chas. W. Whitlock, Prin. 
WINDSOR, Hartford Co., pop. 3.614. 

Hayden Hall; discontinued. 
WnrSTED, Litchfield Co., pop. 0.804. 

Gilbert Home School; prep.; co-ed.; non-sort.; 

est. 1889; Dwlght S. Case, Supt. 
Winsted Business School; bus. and sten.; est. 
1898; Ned Henry Roberts, Prin. 
WOODSTOCK, Windham Co., pop. 2,095. 
Woodstock Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
E. R. Hall. Prln. 


Population, 184,735. School census, 48,982. School age, 6-21. 

Delaware is the forty-sixth state of the Union in point of population, having a 
total of 184,735 inhabitants, of whom I53>977, or 83.4 per cent, are white. Of this 
number 13,729, or 7.5 per cent, are foreign born. The percentage of illiteracy of 
the entire population is 12 per cent, the state ranking thirty-fourth in this respect 
The educational system of the state is as follows, unlike most of the states and 
territories, Delaware having no State Superintendent of Public Instruction, tht 
functions of this office being performed by the State Board of Education: 


Gov. Preston Lee, Chairman Dover 

Geo. H. Dick, Secretary Dover 


A. R. Spard Wilmington 

J. E. Carroll Dovei 

John D. Brooks Dover 

Geo. a. Harter Newark 


Thomas W. Wilson, Secretary Dover 

Delaware has no State Teachers' Association. 


County. Superlntendent*8 Name. Address. County. 

Kent James E. Carroll I>over 32,762 

New Castle A. R. Shaid Wilmington 109.697 

Sussex Jno. D. Brocks Milford 42,276 


DOVEB, Kent Co., pop. 8.329. 
State Golleffe for Colored Students; (colored); 
col.; state; co-ed.; est. 1892; W. 0. Jason, 
A. M., Pres. 
NEWARK, New Castle Co., pop. 1,213. 
Delaware Colleffe; col.; state; men; est. 1834; 
George A. Harter, M. A., Ph. D., Pres. 
WILXINOTON, New Castle Co., pop. 76.608. 
Friends' Sohoel; prep.; co-ed.; Friends; Her- 
schel A. Norrls, A. M.. Prin. 

Ooldey College; bus. and sten.; H. S. Ooldey. 

Hebb's School for Girls; 

sect.; Misses Hebb, 
Wilmington Business School; bus. 

W. H. Bcacom, Pres. 
Wilmington Conference Academy; 

1874; co-ed; Dr. B. L. Cross, 

girls' boarding; non- 

and sten.; 

Metb.; est. 

Wilmington Military Academy; miUUry; 
sect.; Wm. H. Morrison, Prln. 


Population, 289,500. School Census, 62,914. School Age, 6-18. 

The District of Columbia has a total population of 289,500 inhabitants, of whom 
I9i»532, or 68*7 per cent, are white. Of this number 19,520, or 7 per cent, are 
foreign born. The percentage of illiteracy of the District is 8.6 per cent, ranking 
thirty-first among the states and territories in this respect. The educational affairs 
of the District are under the general supervision of the United States Commis- 
sioner of Education. 


WASHINGTON, Diatriot of OolnmbU, pop. 

Aoademy of tho 8«orod Heart of Mary; 

girls' boarding; B. C; SUter Mary Clem- 

entlne, Prln. 
Aoadamy of yititation; glrli* boarding; R. 0. 

Sister M. Agnes Mathaney, Prin. 
American VniTersity; post-grad.; co-ed.; 

Protestant: est. 1893 (not yet open for 

work); Bishop C. C. McCabe. D. D.. 

LL. D., Obancellor. 
Berkeley ■ohool» The; boys* boarding; non- 
sect.; Ohas. W. Fisher, Prln. 
Bliss Eleetrioal Bohool; tech.; men; non- 
sect.; est. 1808; Lonls Denton Bliss, 

Bristol Bohool; girls' boarding; P. E.; est. 

1004; Alice A. Bristol. Prln. 
Oatholio VniTorsity of Amerioa; only.; men; 

E. 0.; est. 1880; Rt. Rev. D. J. O'Con- 

nell, D. D.. Pres. 
Gathollo VniTersity of Amerioa, Law Bohool; 

law; men: est. 1805; Wm. C. Robinson, 

LL. D.. Dean. 
Gathollo VniTorsity of Amerioa, Bohool of 

Technological Soienoei; tecb.; men; R. 

C: est. 180S; Daniel W. Shea, Pb. D.. 

Ohenoweth Institute; girls' boarding: non- 
sect.; Mrs. Mary D. Ctaenowetb Tamer, 

Oheyy Chase College; see Cheyy Chase. Md., 

snborb of Washington. 
Columhla Polytechnic Lutitnte for the Blind; 

manoal training; co-ed.; est. 1000; Frank 

B. Clereland, Prin. 
Colombia Bohool for Boys; boys' boarding; 

non-sect.; B. S. Morrlman, A. M.. Prin. 
Colnmbiaa VniTorsity; name changed May 1. 

1004, to George Washington UnlTersI^. 
Ooroonui Bohool of Art; art; co-ed.; 17tb and 

New York Aye.. N. W. 
Corcoran Bcientiflc School of George Wash- 
ington UnlTersity; Charles W. Needham. 

Drillery, The; bus. and sten.; est. 1805; 

Frank Fuller, A. B., Prin. 
Dupont Seminary; girls' boarding; non-sect.; 

est. 1002; Mrs. C. Ida Ford. Prin.; 1758- 

1760 O. St. 
Emerson Institute; boys' day; non-sect.; Chas. 

B. Young and George H. Sensner, Prlns. 
Fairmont Seminary; girls' boarding; non-sect.; 

A. T. Ramsay, Prin. 
Friends' Select Scdiool; prep.; co-ed. Friends; 

lliomaa W. Sldwell, Prin. 
Oallandet College (for the deaf); col.; co- 
ed.; non-sect.; est. 1804; Edward M. Gal- 

laudet. Ph. D., LL. D., Pres. 
Oeorgetowa UniTersity; uniy.; men; R. 0.; 

eat. 1780; Rev. David H. Buel, S. J.. 

Oeorgetowa VniTcrsity, Medical Department; 

med.; reg.; men; est. 1850; George M. 

Kober. M. D., Dean. 
Oeorgetown UnlTersity, School of Law; law; 

men; est. 1870; Harry M. Clabangh, LL. 

D., Dean. 
George Washington UnlTersity; univ.; co-ed.; 

non-sect.; est. 1821 (until 1004 known as 

Colombian University) ; Charles W. Need* 

ham. LL. D.. Pres. 
George Washington UniTersity, Dental De- 
partment; dent.; men; est. 1886; Charles 

W. Needham. LL. D., Pres. 
George Washington University, Department of 

Law; law; co-ed.; est. 1866; Charles W. 

Needham. LL. D.. Pres. 
George Washington UniTersity, Department of 

Medicine; med.; reg.; men; est. 1^21: 

William F. R. Phillips. Dean. 
Oonxaga College; col * mmn: R. C; est. 1821; 





Bey. Edward X. Fink. S. J. 
OiiBiton School for Young Ladies; girls' 
boarding; non-sect.; est. 1892; Beyerlj R. 
Mason. Prin. 

School's announcement. — A select board- 
ing and day school for girls and joang 
ladles. Located in a new balldlng, 
planned and built for the school, wltti 
eyery modern appliance for comfort and 
convenience. Special adrantages In Mu- 
sic, Art, Elocution and Languages. Il- 
lustrated catalogue on refinest. 
Hamilton Institute; girls' boarding; non-sect.; 

Mrs. Phoebe Hamilton Scabrook, Prin. 
Holton Anna School; girls* boarding; non- 
sect.; est. 1001; Jessie Moon Holton, 
Holy Cross Academy; girls* boarding; R. C; 

Sister M. Angelica, Prin. 
Howard Vniversity (colored); unlT. ; National; 
co-ed.; est. 1867: Rev. F. W. Falrchlld. 
D. D., Acting President. 
Howard UniTersity, Dental Department, (col- 
ored); dent.; co-ed.; est. 1881; Robert 
Reybom, D. D. S.. Dean. 
Howard VniTcrsity, Department of Phar- 
macy (colored); phar.; co-ed.; est. 1887. 
Robert Reybnrn, Dean. 
Howard University, Law School, (colored); 
co-ed.; est. 1867; Benjamin F. Leighton, 
LL. D., Dean. 
Howard UniTersity, Medical Department, (col- 
ored); med.; reg.; co-ed.; est. 1867; Rob- 
ert Reybum. M. D.. Dean. 
International Correspondence University; cor- 
resp.; est. 1004; Cbannlng Rndd, D. C. 
L., Pres. 
King Theological Hall; thool.; men; P. E.; 
est. 1901; Rev. William N. Tunnell. 
Laiae-Phillips School; girls' boarding; non- 
sect.; Mrs. Anna M. Lalse-Phllllps. Prin. 
McDonald-Ellis School; girls' boarding; non- 

sect.; Edwin R. Lewis. M. D., Prin. 
Mount Vernon Seminary; girls' boarding; non- 

■ect.; Mrs. Elisabeth J. Somers. Prin. 
National Capital University School; closed. 
National Cathedral School; girls' boarding; 
P. E.; Miss Bangs. Miss Whlton, Prins. 
National College of Pharmacy; phar.; co-ed.; 

est. 1872; Henry B. Kalusowskl. Pres. 
National Correspondence Institute; Corresp.; 
est. 1893; J. William McKInley, D. €. L.. 
National Xindergarten Training School; nor- 
mal; private: co-ed. 
National Park Seminary; see Forest Oleii, 

Md. (suburb of Washington). 
National Training School for Missionaries and 
Deaconesses; women; M. E.; cHt. 1894; 
Rev. Charles W. Gallagher. I). D., Pres. 
National University, Dental Department: 
dent.; men.; est. 1884; H. H. Barker, 
D. D. S., Dean. 
National University, Law Department; law; 
men; est. 1869; Eugene Carusl, LL. D., 
Notre Dame Academy; prop.; co-ed.; R. C; 
Sister Mary Euphrasia, Prin. 

Olney Institute; dosed. 

Pollock Waahington City Normal Kindergarten 

Institute; normal; private; co-ed. 
Putman's EngUah and Classical School; closed. 
Ralston University of Expression; elo. and 

or.; co-ed.; est. 1884. 
St. Cecilia's Academy; girls' boarding; R. C; 

Mother Mary Augusta, Prin. 
St. John's College; col.; men; R. 0.; est. 

1870; Rev. Brother Germanus. 
Strayer's Business College; bus. and sten.; 

est. 1004; P. J. Harmon, Prin. 
Tanner's Business College; bus. and sten.; 

H. C. Tanuer, Pres. 
Temple School of Shorthand .and Typewriting; 

bus. and sten.; est. 1901; Lafayette B. 

Temple, Principal. 
Trinity College; col.; women; R. C; est. 

1900; Sister Georglana, S. N. D., Pres. 
United States College of Veterinary Surgery; 

vet.; men; C. Barnwell Robinson, V. S.. 

University School, The; boys* boarding; non- 
sect.; Robert L. Preston. Prin. 
Waahington Buainess High School; bus. and 

sten.; Allen Davis, Pres. 
Waahington Christian College; coL; co-ed.; 

non-sect.; est. 1902; Daniel E. Motley. 

A. M., Ph. D., Pres. 

School's announcement. — This college en- 
deavors to All a much felt educational 

need by furnishing a positive Christian 

influence, undenominational, and at the 

same time thorough, able educational 

work. Courses: Literary, Sclentiflc. 

Philosophic, and Music. To young ladles. 

board, room, tuition and music, $800; 

without music, $275. Young men, $200. 

Sessions open October the first. 
Waahington City Normal Kindergarten In- 
stitute; kindergarten training; women; 

non-sect.; est. 1876; Susan P. Pollock, 

Washington College for Yonng Ladies; girls' 

boarding; non-sect.; F. Menefee, Prin. 
Waahington College of Law; law; co-ed.; est. 

1896: B. S. Mussey. LL. M.. Dean. 
Washington Dental College; Dental Depart- 
ment Georgetown University; dent.; men; 

est. 1807; W^IlUam N. Cogan, D. D. 8.. 

Washington Dramatic Conservatory; drama.; 

co-ed.; M. Aurella Barrlngton Brown. 

Washington Heights School; girls' boarding; 

non-sect.; Miss Prances Martin, Prin. 
Washington Normal School, No. 1; normal; 

national; co-ed.; est. 1875; Anne M. 

Coding, Prin. 
Washington Normal School, No. 8, (colored); 

normal; national; co-ed.; Lucy B. Moten, 

Washington School for Boya; boys' boarding; 

non-sect.; Louis Leverett Hooper, A. M., 
Head Master, 2900 Wisconsin Ave. 
Woman's League Kindergarten Training 

School; discontinued. 
WEST WASHINGTON, Suburb of Washington. 
Linthioum Institute; boys' boarding; non-sect.; 

B. C. Ba linger. Curator. 
Wood's Commercial CoUege; bus. and stan.; 

Court P. Wood. Pres. 


Population, 528,542. School census, 173,670. School age, 6-21. 

Florida is the thirty-second state of the Union in point of population, having a 
total of 528,542 inhabitants, of whom 297,333, or 56.3 per cent, are white. Of this 
number 19,257, or ^.y per cent, are foreign born. The percentage of illiteracy 
of the entire population is 21.9 per cent, the state ranking forty-first in this respect. 
The educational system of the state is as follows : 

W. M. HoLLOWAY, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tallahassee 


N. B. Broward, Governor, President Tallahassee 

H. Clay Crawford, Secretary of State Tallahassee 

William V. Knott, State Treasurer Tallahassee 

W. H. Ellis, Attorney General Tallahassee 

W. M. Hollow AY, State Superintendent Public Instruction, ^'rcr^/ary. . .Tallahassee 

Same as State Board of Education. 

There is none, Florida having no State Uniformity Text-Book Law. 


A. M. C. Russell, President Brooksville 

J. G. Kellum, Secretary Tallahassee 

SuPT. R. L. Turner, Treasurer Inverness 


County. Suporlntondeiit* 8 Nnnu'. Address. County. 

Alachua Wm. H. Holloway Gainesville 32,245 

Baker Irvln Morgan Maclennj' 4.516 

Bradford T. D. Gunter Siarke 10.295 

Brevard R. K. Mims Tltusville 5.158 

Calhoun r. F. FLsher Elountatown 5.132 

Citrus R- T-*. Turner Inverness 5.391 

Clay Ellis Geiger Green Cove Springs 5,C35 

Columbia T. H. Ownens Lake City 17,094 

Dade Z. T. Merritt Juno 4.955 

DeSoto M. F. Giddens ^Arcadia 8.047 

Duval Goo. P. Glcr.n Jacksonville 39.733 





County. Superintendent's Name. 

Blscambia N. B. Cook 

Franklin W. T. Marler 


Hamilton J. H. Reid 

Hernando A. M. C. Russell .... 

Hillsboro B. C. Graham 

Holmes W. H. Martin 

Jackson W. A. McRae 

Jefferson J. H. Girardeau 

La Fayette J. P. Abbott 

Lake J. C Compton 

Lee Jos. F. Shands 

Leon C. W. Bannerman ... 

Levy S. Philips 

Liberty T. E. Shuler 

Madison John H. Hughes 

Menatee Jas. Layne 

Marion W. D. Cam 

Monroe J. V. Harris. M. D. .. 

Nassau C. A. Snowball 

Orange W. B. Lynch 

Osceola W. 3. Hintcn 

Pasco D. O. Thrasher 

Polk S. S. Niblack 

Putnam J. D. Cottir.gham .... 

St. Johns W. S. M. Pinkham ... 

Santa Rosa E. L. McDanlel 

Sumter J. A. Jones 

Suwanee J. E. Wood 

Taylor W. A. Hendry 

Vclusia Bert Fish 

Wakulla A. K. Causseaux .... 

Walton Wm. H. Watson 

Washington L. L. Pratt 



. Appallachicola 





. .Cerro Gordo 


. .Monticello 








..Bralden Town 


..Key West 


. . Orlando , 

..Kissimmee ^. 

..Dade City , 



..St. Augustine 



..Live Oak 




..De Funiak Springs 

Pop. of 

... 4,890 
... 3.638 
... 7.762 
... 4.987 
.... 7,467 


.... 8,603 
... 2:956 
.... 4,663 
.... 9,654 
... 3,444 
.... 6.054 
.... 9.165 
.... 6,187 
.... 3,999 
.... 5.149 
.... 9,346 


BA&TOW, Polk Co., pop. 1983. 
South Florida Military and Educational In- 
■titute; mil.; state; H. P. Bay a. Superin- 
DE FUKIAK 8PBIN08. Walton Co., pop.. 
Florida Stata Normal Bohool; normal; state; 
co-ed.; H. E. Bennett. Pres. 
DE LAKD, Volusia Co., pop.. 1,449. 

John B. Stetson TTniversity; uulv. ; co-ed.; 
Bapt.; est. 1887; Rev. Lincoln HuIIoy. 
Ph. D., Pres. 

Stetson TTnfversity. Department of Law; law; 

co-ed.; est. 1900; Albert J. Farrah, LL. 

B., Dean. 
Stetson University, Sohool of Technology; 

tech.; co-ed.; est. 19<)2; Ellery B. Palno, 

M. S.. Dean. 
FE&NAKDINA, Nassau Co., pop. 3,245. 
King's Business College; moved to Raleigh, 

N. C. 
St. Joseph's Academy; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; 

Sister M. Agnes. Prln. 
Fessenden Academy; nor. and indust. ; co-ed.; 

non-sect.; est. 1890; Joseph L. Wlloy. A. 

B., Pres. 
QAINESyiLLE, Alachua Co., pop., 8,638. 
Boarding and Day Sohool; girls' boarding; 

non-sect.; Miss Tebeau, Prin. 

East Florida Seminary; col.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; est. 1850; Jerre M. Pound. A M 
Pres. ' • 

JACKSONVILLE, Duval Co., pop., 28,429. 

Cookman Institute (colored); prep.; co-ed.; M. 
E.; est. 1872; Rev. James T. Docking 
Ph. D., Pres. *' 

Edward Waters College (colored) ; prep • 
co-ed.; A. M. E.; A. St. George Rich- 
ardson. Prln. 

Florida Baptist College; prep.; co-ed.; Bapt.: 
N. W. Collier, Prin. 

Massey Business College; bus. aad sten.; 
E. S. Hewen, Pres. 

St. Joseph's Academy; girls' boa* ling; R. C; 
Sister M. DeSales, Prin. 
JASFEB, Hamilton Co., pop., 99C. 

Jasper Normal Institute; normal; private; 
co-ed.; Wm. B. Gate, Pres. 
KEY WEST, Monroe Co., pop.. 17.114. 

Convent of Mary Immaculate; prep.; co-ed.; 
R. C; Sister M. Delphine, J»rln. 
LAKE CITY, Columbia Co., pop., 4.013. 

Florida State Agrioultiiral College; name 
changed to University of Florida, 1903. 

University of Florida; univ.; state; co-ed.; 
est. 1884; Andrew Sledd, A. M., Pfc. D., 





ITaiTtnity of Florida, Collate of Affrionl- 

ture and Chemistry; acHc; state: co-ed.; 

Andrew Sledd, Pres. 
Vnhrersity of 71orida, College of Encineer- 

iagi tech.; state; co-ed.; Andrew Sledd. 


XJYE OAK, Buwanee Co., pop. 1,668. 
Florida Institato; prep.; co-ed.; Bapt.; est. 
1876; L. 0. Jones, A. M., Pres. 
KARTnr, Marion Co., pop., 60. 
Fessonden Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
Joseph L. Wiley, Prln. 

ORAVQE FABK, Clay Co., pop., 245. 
Normal and Mannal Training Bohool; normal; 
indost.; co-ed.; Cong.; Horace J. Clark, 

PALATKA, Putnam Co., pop., 3,301. 
8t. Joseph's Academy and Day Sohool; prep.; 
co-ed.; Sister M. Jane France, Prin. 

ST. AITGirSTINE, St. John Co., pop., 4.272. 
Institato for the Deaf and Blind; state; W. 

B. Hare. Saperintendent. 
St. Joseph's Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; R. 0.; 

Sister Mary Agatha. Prin« 

ST. LEO, Pasoo Co., pop.. 146. 

St. Leo College; bus.; coL; theol.; R. G. 
est. 1890; Rt. Rot. Charles H. Mohr. O. 
S. B., Prts. 

ST. PETEBSBir&O, Hillsboro Co., pop. 1.576. 
St. Fetershurg Normal and Industrial Sohool; 
nor.; indust.; state; J. B. Ouisinger, 

SAN ANTONIO, Pasoo Co., pop.. 252. 
Holy Name Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; 
Sister Mary Winifred, Prin. 

SUTHEBLAND, Hillshoro Co.; pop. 108. 
Florida Seminary; col.; co-ed.; M. B.; est. 
1902; 8. W. Walker, A. M., Pres. 

TALLAHASSEE, Leon Co., pop.. 2.981. 

Florida State College; col.; state.; co-ed.; 
est. 1857: A. A. Murphree. A. M., Pres. 

State Normal and Industrial Sohool for Col- 
ored Students (colored); normal; indust.; 
state; co-ed.; Nathan B. Young, Pres. 

TAMPA, Hillshoro Co., pop.. 16.839. 
Convent of the Holy Name; girls* boarding; 

R. C; Sister Mary Winifred, Prin. 
Tampa Business College; bus. and sten.; L. 

M. Hatton. Pres. 
Tampa Preparatory Sohool; prep.; co-ed.; 

non-sect.; est. 1899; J. T. Malllcoat. 


WINTEB PABX, Orange Co., pop.. 866. 

Bollins College.; col.; co-ed.; Cong.; est 

1885; William r. Blackman, Ph. D.. 


Population, 2,216,331. School census, 703,133. School age, 6-18. 

Georgia is the eleventh state of the Union in point of population, having a 
total of 2,216,331 inhabitants, of whom only 1,181,294, or 53.3 per cent, are white. 
Of this number, 12,021, or .6 per cent, are foreign born. The percentage of illiteracy 
of the entire population is 30.5 per cent, the state ranking forty-fifth in this respect. 
The educational system of the state is as follows: 


W. B. Merritt, State School Commissioner Atlanta 

J. N. Rogers, Clerk Atlanta 

Miss Julia Ector, Stenographer Atlanta 


Joseph M. Terrell, Governor, President Atlanta 

J. N. Rogers, Secretary Atlanta 

W. B. Merritt, State School Commissioner, Executive Officer Atlanta 

John C. Hart, Attorney General Atlanta 

Philip Cook, Secretary of State .Atlanta 

William A. Wright, Comptroller General Atlanta 

Same as State Board of Education. 

W. B. Merritt, Secretary Atlanta 


M. L. Brittain, Vice-President and Acting t-,':sident Milledgeville 

E. B. Mell Athens 


County. Superintendent's Name. Address. Schools. 

AppHnsj H. J. Parker Baxley 74 

Bake* Henderson Hall, Jr Newton 

Baldwin R. N. Lamar Mllledgrevllle 45 

Banks G. G. Strange Homer, R. F. D. No. 1.... 47 

Bartow R. A. Clayton Cartersville 54 

Berrien J. H. Gary Nashville 76 

Bibb C. B. Chapman Macon 

Brooks S. S. Bennet Quitman 74 

Bryan E. Benton Pembroke 45 

Bulloch J. E. Brnnnan Statesboro 105 

Burke E. B. Gresham Waynesboro 110 

Butts C. S. Maddox Jackson 42 

Calhoun T. J. Beck Morgan 41 

Camden L. U MoGoogran Midrivor 49 

Campbell F. J. Dodd Falrburn 44 



No. of 
Cnvnty. Superintendent's Name. Address. Schools. 

Carroll J. S. Travis Carrollton 108 

Catoosa I. L. Magill Ringgold. R. F. D. No. 2.. 28 

Charlton L. E. Mallard Folkston 29 

Chatham Otis Ashmore Savannah 

Chattahoochee Dr. C. N. Howard Cusseta 27 

Chattooga W. L. Gamble Summerv-ille 47 

Cherokee John D. Attaway Canton ® 

Clarke T. H. Dozier Athens 82 

Clajr E. R. King Fort Gaines 29 

Clayton J. H. Huie Jonesboro 38 

Clinch W. T. Dickerson Homer\-ille 46 

Cobt W. R. Power Marietta !6 

Coffee Melvin Tanner Douglas 75 

Colquitt John E. Howell Moultrie 49 

Columbia B P. Jordan Grovetown 44 

Coweta V. A. Ham Newnan 86 

Crawford J. F. Hartley Fort Valley R. F. D. No. 2 42 

Crisp J. W. Bivins Cordele 

Dade W. T. Hughes Trenton 21 

Dawson A. W. Vandlvlere Dawsonville 30 

Decatur J. S. Bradwell Bainbridge ISO 

DeKalb L. J. Steele Decatur 44 

Dodge M. L. Burch Eastman 78 

Dr*oly E. G. Greene Vienna 95 

Dougherty \,, E. Welch Albany 80 

Douglas G. T. McLarty Douglasville 42 

Early Thomas F. Jones Blakely 88 

Echols J. G. Print' Statenville U 

Efllngham A. E. Bird Guyton 53 

Elbert t. n. wall Elberton 76 

Emanuel dward Warren Swainsboro 83 

Fannin • M. Clement Mineral BlulT 66 

K'<vet(e ^'. N. D. Dixon Fayetteville 47 

Floyd ' L.King Rome 

Forsyth F. T. Wills Gumming 54 

Franklin j. w. Landrum Carnesville 73 

Fulton M. L. Brlttain Atlanta 40 

Gilmer X. I.. Tankersley Ellijay 66 

Glascock E. B. Rogers Gibson 21 

Glynn N. H. Ballard Brunswick 

Gordon J. G. B. Erwin. Jr Calhoun 61 

Grady J B Wright Cairo 

Grftene W. A. Purka Greensboro 66 

Gwinnett J. A. Bagrwell Lawrenceville 84 

Habersham C W. Grant Clarkesville 58 

Hall T. H. Robinson Gainesville 83 

Hancock AT. L. Duggan Sparta 62 

Haralson John W. White Buchanan 48 

Harris T. L. Thomason Chipley 91 

Hart B. H. Pearman Hartwell 63 

Heard Hope H. Cook Cooksville 68 

Henry Lawrence Duflfy McDonough 66 

Houston G. W. Smith Perry 61 

Irwin J. W. Weaver Irwinvllle 80 

Jackson r. d. Moore Jcfferpon 82 

Jasper W. A. Reid Monticcllo 49 

J*-fr Davis T. J. Ellis Hazlehurst 

Jefferson H E Smith Bartow 58 

Jr-nklns W. V. Lanier MilU'n 

Johnson L. M. Blount Wriprhtsville 61 

Jones E. W. Snmmons Round Oak 65 

Laurens T. T. Smith Dublin 115 

I^ee T. R. Long Loosburg 32 

lylberty J. B. Martin Flcmington 65 

IJncoln V. A. Crawford Lincolntnn 37 

TiOwndf's c\ T.. Smith Valdosta 74 

I^umpkin T. J. Senbolt Dahloncga 31 

Macon H. M. Kalgler Ocjlf^tborpc 43 

Madison B. X. White Danlflsvillo 59 

Marion T. B. Rainey Buena Vista 50 




No. of 
County. Superintendent's Name. Address. Schools. 

McDuffle M. W. Dunn Thomson 4S 

Mcintosh J. B. Bond Darien 21 

Meriwether R. M. McCaslan Greenville 84 

Miller W. I. Geer Colquitt 38 

Milton G. D. Rucker Alpharetta 26 

Mitchell J. H. Powell Camilla 73 

Monroe T. H. Phinagee Forsyth 82 

Montgomery A. B. Hutcheson Mt. Vernon 84 

Morgan F. L. Florence Madison 54 

Murray W. *D. Gregory Cohutta Springs 41 

Muscogee J. M. Moon Columbus 38 

Newton G. C. Adams Oxford 59 

Oconee James M. Mayne Bishop 37 

Oglethorpe R. M. Bacon Stephens 67 

Paulding R. E. L. Whitworth Dallas 55 

Pickens J. H. Little Jasper 39 

Pierce J. A. Harper Blackshear 47 

Pike W. G. Brown Zebulon : 60 

Polk J- E. Lovvorn Cedartown 47 

Pulaski R. C. Sanders Hawklnsvllle 60 

Putnam M. B. Dennis Eatonton 41 

Quitman H. M. Kaigler Georgetown 22 

Rabun A. J. Ritchie Clayton 42 

Randolph E. W. Childs Cuthbert 46 

Richmond I^wton B. Evans Augusta 

Rockdale A. D. Hammock Conyers 30 

Schley J. M. Collum Putnam 22 

Screven H. J. Arnett Sylvania 92 

Spalding J. O. A. Miller .Pomona 43 

Stephens Wilbcr Colvin Tocca 

Stewart T. T. James^ Lumpkin 60 

Sumter W. S. Moore Americus 5R 

Talbot O. D. Gorman Talbotton 52 

Taliaferro S. J. Flynt Sharon 30 

Tattnall ....: J. W, Smith Reldsvllle 92 

Taylor A. S. Wallace Daviston 40 

Telfair T. P. Windsor McRae 47 

Terrell H. A. Wilkinson Dawson 54 

Thomas K. T. Maclean Thomasvllle 102 

Tift William R. Smith Tiffton 

Towns R. A. KImsey Hiawassee 23 

Troup Hatton I^ovejoy LaGrange 69 

Toombs P. A. McQueen Vidalia 

Turner F. H. Taylor Luke 

Twiggs B. S. Fitzpa trick Fitzpatrick 35 

Union C S. Mauney Blairsville 49 

Upson R. D. Shuptrlne Thomaston 44 

Walker C. M. Conley Lafayetto 66 

Walton R. L. Paine Social Circle 65 

Ware W. A. Berry Waresboro 50 

Warren A. S. Morgan Warrenton 49 

Washington Wade H. Wood Sandersville 88 

Wayne S. AV. Crummey Jesup 67 

Webster S. R. Stevens Preston 82 

White G. S. Kettle Cleveland 28 

Whitfield J. C. Sapp Dalton 49 

Wilcox K. S. Hamilton Seville 47 

Wilkes J. M. Pitner Washington 54 

Wilkinson P. F. Duprgan Trwinton 50 

Worth L. R. Pas.«?more Sylvester 94 


ARABI. Dooly Co., pop.. 5on. 
Honston High School: prop.; rood.; non- 
soot.: pst. ISJM; Rov. L. S. Barrott. .\. 
B.. Prln. 
ATHENS, Clarke Co., pop.. 10.245. 

OeorRiA State GoUere of Apiculture and 

Mechanic Arts, ITniversity of Oeorgla; 

njfrlo. nnd tooh. : state; men; Henry 

Clny White. Ph. D.. F. C. S.. Pres. 
Jeruel Academy; prep.; co-ed.; Bapt. ; J. TT. 

Brown. Prln. 
Knox Institute and Industrial School ; prop. ; 





co-ed.; Cong.; L. S. Clark. Prln. 

Lao7 Cobb Instituto; girls* boarding; non- 
sect.; Mrs. M. A. Lipscomb, Prin. 

Stete Normal School; normal; state; co-ed.; 
E. C. Branson. Pres. 

TTniversity of Georgia; unlv.; state; men 
est. 1801; David G. Barrow. A. M., 
Acting Chancellor. 

TTidTtrsity of Georgia, Law School; law; co- 
ed.; est. 1859; Sylvanus Morris, LL. D., 
ATLAITTA, Fnlton Co., pop.. 89.872. 

Atlanta Baptist College (colored); col.; men; 
Bapt.; est. 1867; Rev. George Sale, A. 
M.. Pres. 

Atlanta Business College; bus. and sten.; 
W. P. McDade, Pres. 

Atlanta College of Pharmacy; phar.; co-ed.; 
est. 1891: George F. Payne, Ph. G., M. 
D.. Dean. 

Atluita College of Physicians and Surgeons; 
med. ; rpp. ; men; est. ISM; W. S. El- 
kln, M. D.. Dean. 

Atlanta Commercial College; bus. and sten.; 
Noab Adair. Pres. 

Atlanta Dental College; dent.; oo-ed. ; Wil- 
liam Crenshaw, Dean. 

Atlanta Select School for Boys; boys' board- 
ing; non-sect.: est. 1902; J. A. Richard- 
son, A. M.. Prln. 

Atlanta Theological Seminary; theol. ; men; 
Cong. : co-ed. ; est. 1901 : R<»v. E. Lyman 
Hood, M. A., B. D.. Ph. D.. Pres. 

Atlanta TTniversity (colored); col.; co-ed.; 
non-sect.; est. 1869; Rev. Horace Bum- 
stead, D. D., Pres. 

Crichton Business College; bus. and sten.; 
E. C. Crichton. Prop. 

Draughon's Business College; bus. and sten.; 
est. 1889; J. O. Bagwell. Prin. 

Exposition Cotton Mill School; private com- 
rany school for mill operators. 

Gammon Theological Seminary; theol.; men; 
M. E.: est. 188.3. 

Georgia College of Eclectic Medicine and 
Surgery: med.; eclectic; co-ed.; est. 1886; 
Elrie B. Thomas. M. D.. Dean. 

Georgia Military Academy; rail.; non-sect.; 
J. C. Woodward. Pres. 

Georgia School of Technology; tech.; men; 
state: est. 1888; K. G. Matheson. A. M.. 
Acting Pres. 

Hunter's School for Boys; boys; prep.; non- 
•ect.; B. T. Hnntpr, Prln. 

Klindworth Conservatory of Music; music; 
co-ed.; Kurt Mueller. Director. 
Schoors announcement — A hlph-prade 
school of muslr loon tod In the metropolis 
of the south. In n m«»st doliphtfnl climate. 
Faculty nnsuriNissod nny where. Music 
in all branph«'s. .Vrt. Elorutlon, Oratory 
and Lanpuncos. Diplomas awarded. 

Boarding D«'partment. For rlrrulara ad- 
dresR the Serrotnry. 

Xarist College; ml.; men: R. C: est. 1902; 
Rev. John E. fSunn. S. M.. D. D.. Pri's. 

Morris Brown College (colored); col.; co-ed.; 
A. M. E.; est. 1^8.'); Rev. J. S. Fllppor. 
D. D.. Pres. 

Morse School of Telegraphy; tel. and sten.: 

est. 1903; J. H. Shulkey, Pres. 

Peacock's School for Boys; boy's boarding; 
. non-sect.; D. C. Peacock. A. B., Prln. 

Southern College of Pharmacy; phar.; co-ed.; 
Hansen Crenshaw, M. D., Pres. 

Southern Dental College; dent.; men; est. 
1887; S. W. Foster. D. D. S., Dean. 

Southern Shorthand and Business TTniversity; 
bus. and sten.; A. C. Briscoe, Prea. 

Spelman Seminary (colored); girls* boarding; 
Bapt.; Miss Harriet B. Giles, Pres. 

Storrs School (colored); prep.; co-ed.; Oong.; 
est. 1865; Jessie F. Cutler. Prin. 

Washington Seminary; girls* boarding: non- 
sect.; est. 1878; Llewellyn D. Scott, 
AUBUBN, Gwinnett Co., pop., 161. 

Perry-Rainey College; prep.; co-ed.; non-eect.; 
W. H. Maxwell. Prln. 
AUGUSTA, Bichmond Co., pop., 39.441. 

Academy of Bichmond County; boys' board- 
ing; non-sect.; Charles H. Wlthrow. Prln. 

Augusta Co-Educational Institute; prep.; co- 
ed.: non-sect.; J. C. Shecut, Prln. 

Haines Normal and Industrial Institute; nor- 
mal; private; co-ed. 

Martin's Business College; bus. and sten.: 
Miss A. R. Martin. Prln. 

Medical College of Georgia, ITniTersity of 
Georgia; med.; reg. ; men.; est. 1829; De 
Saussure Ford, A. M., M. D.. Dean. 

Nellieville Academy (colored); prep.; co^.; 
P. H. Craig. Prin. 

Osborne's Business College; bus. and aten.; 
S. L. Osborne. Pres. 

Paine College (colored); prep.; co-ed.; A. M. 
E.: est. 1882; Rev. George W. Walker. 
D. D., Pres. 

Sacred Heart Academy; girls' boarding; R. 
C; Sister M. Gertrude. Prln. 

Sacred Heart College; prep.; boys; R. C; 
oat. 1900; Rev. W. A. Wilkinson. S. P., 

St. Mary's Academy; girls' boarding; R. C; 
Sister Mary Peter. Superior. 

St. Patrick's (Commercial Institute; bua. and 
sten. ; Brother Theodorus. Pres. 

Southern School of Music; music; co-ed.; S. 
T. Battle, Dlieotor. 

Sturman's Preparatory School; prep.; boys; 
non-9oct. : W. H. Sturman. Prin. 

Summerville Academy; girls' boarding; non- 
sect.; Arthur Grabowskie, Ph. D., Prln. 

Walker Baptist Institute; prep.; co-ed.; 
Bapt.; N. W. Curtwrtght, Prin. 
AUSTELL, Cobb Co., pop. 648. 

Austell High School; prep.; co-ed.; non-aect.: 
est. 1889; J. J. Vemer. Pres. 
BABNESYILLE. Pike Co., pop. 3.036. 

Gordon Institute: prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
est. 1852; G. P. Ollphant, A. M., Prea. 
BOWDON, (Carroll Co., pop.. .307. 

Bowdon College; col.; co-ed.; non-sect.; eat. 
is.'i7; Rov. John A. Pool. A. B., Pres. 
BOWMAN. Elbert Co., pop.. 367. 

Gibson-Mercer Academy; prop.; co-ed.: Bapt.; 
••at. 10<>4; W. C. T^ndorwood. A. B.. Prin. 
CARNESVILLE, Franklin Co., pop.. 30S. 

Camesville High School: Bapt.; prep.; co- 
ed.; J. W. McFarland. Prln. 





Tagalo Military Institute; mil.; co-ed; non- 
sect.; est. 1000; Jacob A. Hnnt»>r. M. 
A., Pres. 
GAVE 8P&DIG, Floyd Co., pop.. 824. 
H«ani Aoadomy for Boys and Qirls; prep.; 
co-ed.; Bapt.; B. W. Bdenfleld. Prin. 
OEDA&TOWH, Polk Co., pop.. 2.823. 
Samiiel Benediot Memorial School, The; prep.; 
co-ed.; non-sect.; George B. Benedict, 
CLEYELAKD, White Co., pop.. 281. 
Cleveland Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.: 
W. P. Palmer. Prin. 
COLLEGE, Chatham Co., pop.. 100. 
Oeorfia State Industrial College (colored); 
normal; indust. ; state; co-ed. 
COLLEGE FABS, Suburb of AtlanU, pop. 517. 
Cox College (formerly Southern Female Col- 
lege) ; girls' boarding; non-sect.; est. 
1843; Charles C. Cox. A. M.. Ph. D.. 
C0LVMBTT8, Muscogee Co., pop.. 17.614. 

Columbus Free Kindergarten Association; 
kindei:garten training; women; est. 1894: 
Edwlna Wood. Director. 
Massey Business College; bus. and sten.; 

Bichard W. Massey, Pres. 
Moore's School, Miss; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; Miss Ruth Moore, Prin. 
St. Elmo's Institute; girls' boarding; non- 
sect.; James J. Slade, Prin. 
St. Joseph's Aoademy; prep; co-ed.; R. C; 

Sister M. Stanislaus. Prin. 
WynntOB College; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
F. G. Webb, A. M., Prin. 
CONCOBD, Pike Co., pop. 281. 
Middle Georgia Institute; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; H. B. Carreker, A. B.; Prin. 
COOKSVILLE, Heard Co., pop.. 75. 
Cooksville High School; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; G. W. St. John, Prin. 
COBDELE, Dooly Co.; pop. 3.473. 

Cordele Business College; bus. nnd stcn.; 
est. 1902; Earnest Seamans. Pres. 
COBHELIA, Haversham Co., pop.,. 467. 
Cornelia Normal Institute; normal; prlyate; 
co-ed.; J. W. Marlon, A. M.. Pres. 
CTJTHBERT, Bandolph Co., pop.. 2,641. 
Andrew Female College; girls* boarding; M. 

E. So.; Ber. Homer Bush. A, M., Prin. 
Bethel Male College; boys' boarding; Bapt.; 
A. Iff. Kuse. Prin. 
DAHLOKEGA, Lumpkin Co., pop., 1.255. 
Vorth Georgia Agricultural College; agrlcult.; 
state; co-ed.; est. 1871; G. R. Glenn. 
A. M.. LL. D., Pres. 
DALTON, Whitfield Co.. pop.. 4.31.*^. 

DaltOB Female College; girls' boarding; M. 

E. So. ; T. I. Bryan. Pros. 
Hargis School; boys' boarding; non-sect.; 8. 
J. Hargis. Prin. 
DECATXnt, DeKalb Co., pop.. 1.418. 

Agnea Scott Institute; girls' hoarding; 

Presbyt.; F. H. Gaines. D. D., Prin. 
Donald Eraser High School, The; boys' board- 
ing; Presb. ; G. Holrann Gardner. Prin. 
DEMOBEST, Haversham Co., pop., 560. 

Piedmont College and Jesse S. Green Insti- 

tute; prop.; co-ed.; Cong.; est. 1897; 
reorg. 1903- John C. Campbell, A. B,, 
DOTTGLAS, Coffee Co., pop.. 617. 

DouglasYille College; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
est. 1889; Arthur W. Jackson, B. S., 
Southern Normal Institute; normal; state; 

Southern Normal Sohool; normal; private; 
EPWOBTH, Fannin Co., pop.. 50. 
Epworth Seminary; prep.; co-ed.; M. B.; 
est. 1806: Rev. Milton R. Bastlack. 
EYEBETT SPBINGS, Floyd Co.. pop.. 72. 
Everett Springs Seminary; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; est. ISSfi; Rov. G. M. Davis. A. B.. 
FAIBMOUNT, Gordon Co.. pop., 191. 

Fairmount College; prep.; co-ed.; M. E. So.; 
W. H. Clark. Prin. 

FOBSYTH, Monroe Co., pop.. 1,172. 
B. Banks Stephens Institute; prep.; co-ed.; 

non-sect.; J. L. McGhee. Prin. 
Monroe Female College; girls' bearding; 
Bapt.; est. 1898: C. H. S. Jackson, A. 
M., LL. D.. Pres. 
FOBT McFHEBSON, Fulton Co., pop.. 25. 
Anna Dill Institute; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
Geo. W. Camp. Prin. 
GAINESVILLE, Hall Co., pop.. 4382. 
Brenau College; girls' hoarding; non-sect.; 
A. W. Van Hoose, Prin. 

HABTWELL. Hart Co., pop.. 1.672. 
Hartwell Institute; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
M. L. Parker, Prin. 
HIAWASSEE. Towns Co., pop., 230. 
Hiawassee High School; prep.; co-ed.; Bapt.; 
A. B. Greene, B. A., Prin. 
IBWINTON, Wilkinson Co., pop., 227. 
Talmage Institute; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
J. S. Davis. Prin. 
JOHNSTONVILLE, Monroe Co., pop. 48. 
Fleming High School; prep.; co-ed.; William 
D. Thurmond, Prin. 
LA GRANGE, Troup Co., pop., 4.274. 

La Grange Female College; girls' boarding; 
M. E. So.; Rufus W. Smith, A. M., 
Southern Female College; girls' boarding; 
Bnpt.; M. W. Hatton, A. M., Lltt. M., 
LAVONIA, Franklin Co., pop., 699. 
Lavonia Institute; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
W. P. Lunpford. A. B.. Prin. 
LEO, White Co., pop., 21. 
Mossy Creek Academy; prep.; co-ed.; M. B.: 
J. W. Smith. Prin. 
LOCUST GROVE. Henry Co.; pop. 254. 

Locust Grove Institute; prop.: co-ed.; Bapt.: 
est. 1805: riando Gray. A. B., Pres. 
MACON, Bibb Co., pop., 23.272. 

Ballard School; prop.; rrved.: Cong.; est. 

ISOS; Goorpc C. Burrapo. Ph. B.. Prin. 
Central City College; prep.; co-od.; Bapt.; 
Wm. E. Holmes, A. M., D. D., Prin. 





Geoxvia-AlAbanut ButineM OoUege; bus. and 

8ten.; E. L. Martla, Pres. 
Maoon Comm«roial Oolle^; bus. and sten.; 

est; 1881; W. McKay. Prlu. 
Mercer Univeraity; col.; men; Bapt.; est 

1837; Charles Lee Smith, Ph. I).. Pres. 
Mercer ITniveraity, Law Department; law; 

men; est. 1875; Emory Spcer. Dean. 
Stanley's Business College; bus. and sten.; 

est. 1802; G. W. H. Stanley. Pres. 
Wesleyan Female College; girls' boarding; 

M. E. So.; Prof. Guerry, Prln. 
McINTOSH, Liberty Co., pop., 200. 
Dorohester Academy (colored); nor.; indust.; 

co-ed.; non-sect.; est. 1872; Frederic W. 

Foster, Prln. 
MILLEDOEVILLE, Baldwin Co.. pop. 4.219. 
Oeorgia Normal and Industrial College; nor- 
mal.; indust.; state; women; est. 1889; 

Marvin M. Pnrks. Pres. 
MONTICELLO. Jasper Co., pop., 1.106. 
Montioello High School. ; prep. ; co-ed. ; non 

sect.; Rembert G. Smith, Prin. 
MOROAKTOK, Fannin Co.; pop. 115. 

North Alabama Baptist College; col.; eo-ed.: 

Bapt.; est. 1899; Madison A. Cooper, IJ. 

S., Pres. 
MOUNT ZION, Carroll Co., pop., 85. 

Mount Zion Seminary; prep.; co-ed.; M. B.; 

W. P. Weston, Prln, 
NEWNAN, Coweta Co., pop. 3.654. 
Walker High Sohool; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; Daniel Walker and J. B. Pender 

g«st, Prlns. 
Norman Institute; prep.; co-ed.; Bapt.; est. 

1901; E. (jHtew.iod Hall. B. S.. Prln. 
OLIVEB, Boreven Co., pop. 350. 
Oliver High Sohool; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 

David S. Laffltte. Prln. 
OXFOBD, Newton Co., pop.. 800. 

Emory College; col.; men; M. B. So.; est. 

18.38; Uev. James E. Dickey. D. D., Pres. 
Emory College, Sohool of Law; men: est. 

1838; Charles E. I)i>\vman, A. M.. Dean. 

FENDERORASS, Jackson Co., pop. 232. 
Fendergrass High School; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; eat. 1880; W. M. Ilolsenbeck. B. S.. 
RINGGOLD, Catoosa Co., pop.. 437. 
Literary Normal Institute; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; W. E. Bryjin. Prln. 
ROCKMART, Folk Co., p..p.. 575. 
Piedmont Institute; pnp. ; ro-ed. ; M. E. So.; 
(i. F. VeiiMble. Prin. 
ROME, Floyd Co., pop.. 7.201. 

Shorter College; plrls' boarding; Bapt.; T. J. 
Simmons. A. M.. Pres. 
SAVANNAH, Chatham Co., pop.. .'>4.244. 
Beach Institute; prep.; co-ed.; Cong.; Bertha 
S. Rick. Prin. 

Clavier Fiano Sohool; music; co-ed.; est. 
1903; J. R. Ribare and N. R. Hartk. 
Riohmond Business College; bua. and aten.; 

C. S. Richmond. Pres. 
Ryan's Business College; bus. and sten.; Miss 

M. E. Ryan, Prin. 
Savannah Academy; boys' boarding; non-sect.; 
John Taliaferro, Prln. 
SENOIA, Coweta Co., pop., 782. 
Georgia Telegraph and Railroad Businen Col- 
lege; bus. and sten.; Eugene Rowe, Pres. 
SOUTH ATLANTA, Fulton Co., pop.. 500. 
Clark ITniversity; col.; co-ed.; M. B.; est. 

1870; W. H. Crogman, A. M.. Pres. 
Gammon Theologioal Seminary; theol.; men; 
M. E.; est. 1883; L. G. Adklnson. D. D.. 
STATESBOBO, BuUooh Co., pop.. 1.197. 
Statesboro Institute and Business College; 
bus. and sten.; J. H. O'Qulnn. Pres. 
STELLA VILLE, Jefferson Co., pop. 171. 
Stella ville High Sohool; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; D. B. Hodge, Ph. B., Pres. 
STONE MOUNTAIN, De Kalb Co., pop. 836. 
University Sohool for Boys; prep.; boys; est. 
1900; non-sect.; W. B. Griffin, A. M.. 
SWAINSBORO. Emanuel Co., pop., 895. 
Swainsboro High School; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; Berta Barnes Pariish, Prln. 
TALBOTTON, Talbot Co., pop.. 1.131. 
Le Vert College; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.*, 
P. B. WMn. Prln. 
THOMASTON, Upson Co., pop. 1.714. 
Robert E. Lee Institute; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; est. 1875; F. F. Rowe. A. B., A. M.. 
THOMASVILLE. Thomas Co., pop.. 5.322. 
Allen Normal and Industrial Sohool; normal; 
private; co-ed.; Abbie B. Howland. Prln. 
Young's Female College; girls' boarding; 
Preab.: est. 1S73; I. Cochran Hunt, A. 
B., Pres. 
WALESKA, Cherokee Co., pop. 170. 
Reinhardt Normal College; nor.; co-ed.; M. B.; 
est. 1884; R. C. Sharp, Pres. 
WASHINGTON, Wilkes Co., pop.. 8.300. 
St. Joseph's Academy; girls' boarding; R. C: 
Mother Gabriel. Prln. 
WAYNESBORO, Burke Co., pop.. 2.030. 
Haven Normal Academy (colored); normal; 
private; co-ed.; W. H. Bryan, A. B., 
WHITESBURG. Carroll Co., pop.. 296. 
Hutcheson Collegiate Institute; prep.; co-ed.; 
M. E.; W. W. Gaines. Prln. 
WRIGHTSVILLE, Johnson Co., pop. 1.127. 
Nannie Lou Warthen Institute; col.; co-ed.; 
M. E. So ; O.St. ISSS; William F. Qullllan. 
Jr., Pres. 
YOUNG HARRIS. Towns Co., pop.. .'^42. 
Young Harris College; col.; co-ed.; M. B. So.: 
est. 1SS."»: Uev. JoRoph A. Sharp. Pres. 


Population, 161,722. School census, 51,700. School age, 6-21. 
Idaho is the forty-seventh state of the Union in point of population, having a 
total of 161,722 inhabitants, of whom 154,495, or 93.5 per cent, are white. Of this 
number 21,890, or 13.5 per cent, are foreign born. The percentage of illiteracy 
of the entire population is 4.6 per cent, the state ranking fourteenth in this respect. 
The educational system of the state is as follows : 


May L. Scott, State Superintendent of public Instruction Boise 

Jessie Marks, Assistant State Superintendent Boise 


May L. Scott, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Boise 

W. H. Gibson, Secretary of State Boise 

J. H. GuHEEN, Attorney General Boise 


State Land Board Commissioners of the State of Idaho. 
Gov. F. R. Gooding, Chairman Boise 

The State Board of Education will appoint members for next adoption of 
books in 1905. Text-books are required, by state law, to be furnished free. 

Same as State Board of Education. 

J. W. Williamson, President Boise 


County. Suporlntoiuli'ut's Name. Address. Districts. 

Adn Mi55s Ivy M. Wilson Boise 32 

Bannock Mrs. Anna Harmer Pocatello 46 

Bear Lake Mr. Eugene S. Hart Montpelier 22 

Bingham Miss Julia M. Anderson.... Blackf 00 1 49 

Blaine Miss May Ringgold Hailoy 36 

Boise .^ Mabfl L. Whitely Idaho City 36 

Cassia Mrs. Charles Lowe Albion 26 

Canyori Miss Cora B. Bean Caldwell 41 

Custer Miss Louise Bascom Challis 16 

Klmorf Mrs. Lillie B. Wertz Mt. Home 13 

Fremont Mrs. Grace M. Taylor St. Anthony 68 

Tdaho Mr. E. A. Carpenter Grangeville 64 





No. of 
Ooantj. Superintendent's Name. Address. Districts. 

Kootenai Mr. R. C. Egrbers Rathdnim 76 

..a...ii Mrs. Clara Ransom Davis. .Moscow 85 

1-fmhl Mrs. Margr't H. Langrsdorf ..Salmon 18 

i^inculn Mrs. Leah M. Burnslde Shoshone 20 

Ncz Perce Miss Bernlce McCoy Lewiston R3 

Oneida Mr. R. N. Hill Malad 44 

Owyhee Miss Myrtle M. Hastings.... Silver City 22 

Shoshone Mrs. Mary O. Wlckersham. Wallace 31 

Washlngrton Mrs. Frances Bardmas Welser 40 


ALBION, OassU Co., pop.. 806. 
State Normal School; normal; state; co-ed.; 
est. 1895; G. A. AxUne. M. A.. Pres. 
BOISE, Ada Co., pop., 5.057. 
Boise BnsiAMs and Shorthand Collere; bus. 

ond stcn.; W. N. Rhoade, Pres. 
Idaho Business University; bus. and sten. ; 

H. C. Hoffman. Pres. 
St. Teresa's Academy; icirls' boarding; R. C; 
Sister M. Frances Clare, Prln. 
CALDWILL, Canyon Co., pop., 007. 
Collere of Idaho; prep.; co-ed.; Presb.; Wm. 
y. Boone, Prln. 
LEWISTON, Nes Peroes Co., pop.. 2.425. 
State Normal School; normal; state; m-ed.; 
est. 1803; Oeorge H. Black. A. B.. Pres. 
MOSCOW, Latah Co., pop.. 2.484. 
Moscow Business Collefe; bus. and sten.; 
co-od.; est. 1901; T. N. Cn'ekmur. M. A.. 
ITniversity of Idaho; unlr.; co-od.; state; est. 

ITniversity of Idaho, College of Agriculture: 

agrlc; state; co-ed.; James A. MacLean. 

ITnlversity of Idaho, School of Applied 

Science; tech.; stute; James A. MacLean. 


PAKIS, Bear Lake Co., pop., 006. 
Fielding Academy; prep.; co-ed.; L. D. 8.; 
est. 1887; Kkhard T. Haag, Prln. 

POCATELLO, Bannock Co.; pop. 4.040. 
Academy of Idaho; prep.; co-ed.; state; est. 
1001; John W. Farls, Prln. 

PBESTON, Oneida Co., pop., 1,000. 
Oneida Stake Academy; prep.; co-ed.; L. D. 
S.; Edwin Cutler, Prln. 

REXBUBO, Fremont Co., pop., 1.081. 
Fremont Stake Academy; prep.; co-cd.; L. 
D. S.; Douglas M. Todd. Prln. 

Ricks Academy; pri'p. : co-ed.; L. D. S. ; est 
18RS; Ezra Christiansen. Ph. B.. Prln. 


Population, 4,821,550. School census, 1^9,336. School age, 6-21. 

Illinois is the third state of the Union in point of population, having a total 
of 4,821,550 inhabitants, of whom 4,734,873, or 98.2 per cent, are white. Of this 
number 964,635, or 20 per cent, are foreign born. The percentage of illiteracy of 
the entire population is 4.2 per cent, the state ranking tenth in this respect. The 
educational system of the state is as follows: 


Alfred Bayliss, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Springfield 

Edward Bangs, First Assistant Superintendent Springfield 

J. C. Thompson, Second Assistant Superintendent Springfield 


E. a. Gastman, President Decatur 

Alfred Bayliss (ex-oflScio), Secretary Springfield 

Frank D. Marquis, Treasurer Normal 

E. R. KiMBROUGH Danville 

Charles L. Capen Bloomington 

George B. Harrington Princeton 

Ella F. Young Chicago 

Wm. H. Hainune Macomb 

P. R. Walker Rockford 

Wm. R. Sandham Wyoming 

Forrest F. Cook Galesburg 

Jacob L. Bailey Macomb 

B. O. WiLLARD Rushville 

Joseph L. Robertson Peoria 

Frank A. Kerns Wyoming 

W. Y. Smith Vienna 


Alfred Bayliss, ex-officio President Springfield 

S. J. Ferguson, Manager Rock Island 

Anna Lois Barbre, Secretary Taylorvill? 

A. F. Nightengale, Treasurer Chicago 

Charles Hertel Hellcville 

Walter R. Kimzey Du Quoin 

J. M. Whttch I'Rtii Salem 

W. F. Boyes Galesburg 

Gehrge W. Conn Woodstock 





Edward Bangs, Asst. Supt. Public Instruction, ex-officio Pres Springfield 

F. A. Kendall, Secretary and Manager Naperville 

Elizabeth L. Howes, Treasurer Decatur 

J. A. Mercer Peoria 

C. M. Bardwell Aurora 

U. J. Hoffman Ottawa 

George W. Brown Paris 


J. A. Mercer Peoria 

Caroline Grote. Secretary Pittsfield 

R. N. Stotler, Treasurer Olney 


Ck)unty. Suporintcndt'iifs Name. Address. Districts. 

Adams \lbert R. Smith Quincy 185 

Alexander John Snyder Cairo 51 

Bond \Vm. T. Harlan Greenville 77 

Boone J. G. Lucas Belviderc 74 

Brown Horschel V. Davis Mt. Sterling 65 

Bureau Claude Brown Princeton 201 

Oalhoun Klmoro Allen Batchtown 37 

Carroll John Hay Mt. Carroll 110 

Cass Albert E. Hinners Virginia 79 

Champaign "has. H. Watts Urbana 243 

Christian Anna L. Barbre Taylorvllle 149 

Clark T. D. Shoemaker Marshall 104 

Clay T. Dilman Louisville 96 

Clinton William Johnston Carlvle 72 

Coles W. E. Millar Charleston 134 

Cook A. F. Nightingale 1.^9 La Salle St, Chicago.. 569 

Crawford TJnrry E. Green Robinson 100 

Cumberland TT. M. Tipsword Toledo 89 

DeKalb Lpwis M. Gross Svcamore 162 

DeWltt Thos. C. Wampler Clinton 97 

Douglas Anna E. Rogers Tuscola 96 

DuPage Royal T. Morgan Wheaton 87 

Edgar George W. Brown Paris 145 

Edwards Frnnk Coles. Jr Albion 50 

Effingham «"lindius E. Mitchell Effingham 84 

Fayette C. F. Easterday Vandalla 140 

Ford Eiiward A. Gardner Paxton 110 

Franklin Hiram M. Aiken Benton 90 

Fulton M. M. Cook Lewistown 212 

Gallatin F. L. Greenlee New Haven 65 

Greene Lurlm K. Jones Carrollton 100 

Grundy C. H. Root Morris ,..102 

Hamilton Thos. W. Blggerstaff McLeansboro 88 

Hancock T. E. Williams Carthage 188 

Hardin ^lattio Rlttenhouse Ellzabethtown 88 

Henderson Albert C. Keener Biggsville 89 

Henry Martin TiUther Geneseo 201 

Iroquois S. C. Rutherford Watseka 236 

Jefferson Tames M. Hill Mt. Vernon 187 

Jersey t-i mc5J W. Roberta Jerseyville 71 

Jackson Mr*?. Emma M. Bryan Murphysboro 12 

Jasper T. F. Arnold Newton 11 

Jo Daviess John TVr. W'ilcox Galena 12 

Johnson ^Vm. F. Grlssom. Jr Vienna 72 

Kane tt. A. Dean Geneva 15 

Kankakee T. D. Cokley Kankakee IBS 

Kendall Nmos D Ctirran Bristol 78 

Knox ^V. F. Boyos Galepbursr 1R8 

Lake Frank N. Oappln ^Vaukegan 119 

T>a Salle !■. J. TTofTman Ottawa 812 

Lawrence Amos P. Snencer Lawrencevllle 78 

Lee I. Frank Edwards Dixon IflS 





County. Superintendent's Name. Address. 

Livingston W. E. Herbert Pontiac 

Logan Evan P. Gram Lincoln , 

Macon Alba A. Jones Decatur 

Macoupin Manning M. Kessinger Carlinville .. 

Madison Robert L. Lowry Upper Alton 

Marion John E. Whitchurch Salem 

Marshall E. Frank Perry .....Lacon 

Mason M. Bollan Havana 

Massac ^V. A. Spence Metropolis ... 

McDonough J. M. Pace Macomb 

McHenry George W. Conn. Jr Hebron 

McLean John S. Wren Bloomington 

Menard T. E. Cantrall Petersburg .. 

Mercer Charlton L. Gregory Aledo 

Monroe Honry Eisenbart Waterloo 

Montgomery W. J. McDavid Hillsboro 

Morgan Jack.sonville 

Moultrie J. C. Hoke Sullivan 

Ogle Emery I. Ncff Oregon 

Peoria Claude U. Stone Peoria 

Perry Walter R. Kimzey Tamaroa 

Piatt Chas. Mcintosh Monticello ... 

Pike Caroline Grote Pittsfleld .... 

Pope M. Lillian Baker Golconda 

Pulaski Mr.s. Hester M. Smith Mound City 

Putnam Goo. W. Hunt Granville .... 

Randolph MiiiHce A. Mudd Chester 

Richland R. N. Stotler Olney 

Rock Island Samuol J. Ferguson Rock Island 

Saline Lewis E. York Harrisburg . 

Sangamon Ch^<?. Van Dorn Springfield .. 

Schuyler T. Rolio Black Rushville .... 

Scott E. F. Walker Winchester . 

Shelby Chas. M. Fleming Shelbyville .. 

Stark ATrs. Marv P. Edmunds Toulon 

St. Clair Charles Hertel Belleville .... 

Stephenson ^vnis Grove Frecport 

Tazewell W. p. Mavity Pekin 

Union AVm. O Brown Jonesboro ... 

Vermilion R. B Holmes Danville 

Wabash Ammon E. Smith Mt. Carmel 

Warren J. D. Rceran Monmouth .. 

Washington ("has. L. Edwards Nashville ... 

Wayne T. W. Temnleman Fairfield 

White Kverot McCnlllster Carmi 

Whiteside R. F. Hendricks Morrison .... 

Will AViiiinm H. Novens Joliet 

Williamson Robert O. Clarlda Marion 

Winnebago o. j. Kern Rockford .... 

Woodford w. J. ^Vhetzel Eureka 

No. or 

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. »7 
. 49 
. 62 
. 57 
. 86 
. 70 
. 65 
. 52 
. 33 
. 87 
. 90 

. 94 
. 46 
. 70 
. 79 
. 55 
. 83 


ABINODOK. Knoz Co., pop.. 2.022. 

Hedding College; rol. ; co-ed.; M. E.; est. 
.'883; Harry B. Gonph, Pros. 
ALBION, Edwards Co., pop. 1.162. 
Sonthem Collegiate Institute: pren. ; oo-ed.; 
Conp. ; Frank B. Ilinos. Proa. 
ALTON, Madison Co.. pop. l4.2Kr. 
Academy of the Holy Family; girls' board- 
ing; R. C: Mother Lucy. 
Wellesley Preparatory Sohool : prop. : oo-od. ; 
non-sect.; Miss Jullu D. Randnll. Pros. 
ANNA, 17nion Co., pop. 2,018. 
Union Academy of Southern Illinois ; pr(>p. ; 
co-ed.; Presb. ; Tbaddeus H. Rhodes, 

AURORA, Kane Co., pop. 24.147. 

Aurora College ; nor, ; co-ed. ; non-sect. ; est. 

1892; Thomas J. Allen. M. A.. LL. D.. 

Aurora Shorthand Sohool; ston,: co-od.; est. 

1SS4; Jennie G. Palmer. Prln. 
Jennings Seminary; girls' boarding; M. B.; 

B.rthn Barber, B. S., PHn. 
BELLEVILLE, St. Clair Co., pop. 17.484. 
Belleville Commercial and Shorthand College: 

bus. and steu.; James P. Foellcr, Prln. 
Immaculate Conception Academy; girls' 

boarding; R. C; Sister M. Magdalen. 
BLOOMINGTON. McLean Co., pop. 23.286. 
Brown's Bloomington Business College; bus. 





and ston. ; co-ed.; est. ISOo; Fruiik C. 
Ki'arh. Prtn. 
lUinoU Wetleyan TTnivenity ; col.; co-ed.; M. 
E.; est. \2S^)\ Edgar M. Smith. A. M.. 
D. D., Prea. 
niinoU Wesleyan University, Law Depart- 
ment; law; rood.; est. 1874; Owen T. 
Reeves, LL. I)., Deun. 

BOUBBOHVAIS, Kankakee Co., pop. 505. 

St. Viateur's College: boys* boarding; R. C; 
est. 186S; Rev. M. J. Marsile. C. S. V.. 

BUVXEB HILL, Macoupin Co., pop. 1.270. 
Bunker Hill Military Academy; miUtury; 
non-sect.; est. 1882; Rev. S. L. SlWor. 
A. M.. Sapt. 

School's announcement. — The design <»f 
the Academy is to rai'et the wunts of 
parents who wish for thi'ir sous the brn- 
eflt of careful and systematic instruction 
and training in ♦everything m'l'cssary 'to 
their success and welfan? as mt"n. It 
provides for the physical, social, and 
moral development of all its students. 
and leaves nothing undone to promote 
the true welfare of the humblest as well 
as the mfvst advanced among its cadets. 
Personal attention la constantly given, 
and each cadet receives all the care and 
assistance demandi'd by temperament or 
special requirements. 

BUSHKELL, McDonough Co., pop. 2.40<). 

Western Normal College; suspended lOOl. 
CAIRO, Alexander Co.. pop.. 12..'>0G. 

Chase Academy; dosed. 
CARBONDALE, St. CUir Co., pop. a.'JlS. 

Southern Ilinois SUte Normal University; 
normal; co-ed.; state; I). B. Parkinson. 

CARLINVILLE, Macoupin Co., pop. :J.5ol». 
Blackburn College; col.; (•«»-«'d.; ; t-st. 
lsor»:;is W. Lliijrl*'. IMi. I).. Pros. 
CARTHAGE, Hancock Co.. pop. 1!.1<>4. 

Carthage CoUeee: col.: cod.: Luth.; est. 
1872; FrediTick L. Sipnnind. D. D.. Pros. 
CENTRALIA, Marion Co., pop. 0.721. 

Brown's Business College; bus. sind stiii.; D. 
C. Brown. PrIn. 
CHAMPAIGN, Champaign Co., pop. 0.<»«.)s. 
Brown's Business College; bus. iiml 8tcu.; 
J. B. Owen. Prcs. 
CHARLESTON, Coles Co., p. .p. r,.4SS. 

Eastern Illinois State Normal School; nor- 
mal; co-cd. ; state; L. C I^rd. Prcs. 

CHICAGO, Cook Co., pop. 1.60S.r>7.'). 
Academy of Fine Arts: :irt: cn-.-d.: «'.st. lOolJ; i 

Carl N. W(»rntz. Director. .'{.IS Wabash ! 

Academy of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart; 

girls': R. i\\ Mother M. V. SiT:iphlca. 

0.')th and Thrr.op Sts. 
Academy of the Sacred Heart: girls'; R. ('. : 

Charlottj' Li'Wls. \^^ W. T:iyl..r St. 
American College of Medicine and Surgery: 

mod.; ocb-ctl.-: .■o«'d.: est. 10"»2: .T. I). 

Robertson. M. T>.. Sc.-.. lo.T Sfiitr* St. 
American College of Osteopathic Medicine and 

Surgery; osteop.; co-ed.; eat. 1002; Dr. 
James B. Llttlejohn, Treaa., 384 W. Mon- 
roe St. 

American Conaervatory of Mnaie; mns.; eat. 
1886; John J. Hattstoedt. Prea.. 24S Wa- 
bash Ave. 

American Violin School; mua.; Joseph VUlm, 
Dir.. 309 Kimball Hall. 

Arey Conservatory of Muaie: moa.; Helene 
Danken. Director. Stein way HalL 

Armour Inatitute of Technology; men; non* 
sect.; est. 1802; Rev. Frank W. Gun- 
aaulus, Pres.. 33rd St. and Armour Ave. 

Art Academy; art; co-ed.; est. 1895; J. Fran- 
cis Smith. Director. -16 Jackson Blvd. 

Art Institute of Chicago; art; co-ed.; est. 
1S70; N. H. Carpenter, Sec., Mlcbl^n 
Ave. and Adams St. 

School's announcement. — The Art Insti- 
tute is the most comprehenalve and prob- 
ably the largest art school In the United 
States. It embraces Schools of Drawing. 
Painting, Illustration. Sculpture. Archi- 
tecture, and Decorative Design. Tlie tn- 
Itlvin fee. covrrli'g lH the privileges of 
the school, is $TR a year. Students may 
enter at any time. Special classes even 
In^.a and Saturdays. 

Ascham Hall; girls* boarding; non-sect.; est. 
1SS3; Kate B. Martin, Prin., 4746 Madi- 
son Ave. 

School's announcement. — A boarding and 
day school for girls, comprising Aca- 
demic, Intermediate, and Primary De- 
partments, To its resident pupils 
A.scham Hall offers the advantages of a 
n'flned. cultured home, in which every 
effort i.s made to render the home Ufe 
comfortal>Ie and happy. Excursions ai« 
fre<iuently made to the Field Golum- 
bl.'in Museum, the Art Inatitute. the pub- 
lic Ilbrarie.s. and the other educational 
institutions: also to the concerts of the 
Thomas Orchestra. 

Association College: prop.: men; Y. M. C. 
A.: .'St. l**!).!; J. (I. Perkins, B. 8.. Di- 
rector. l.'»:{ La Salle St. 

^ihenaeum; bu«<. ;ind sten.; prep.; co-ed.; 
Wlllljnn .T. r.ogan. Pres.. 18 Van Buren 

Auditorium Concervatory ; see Chicago Con- 

Balatka Musical College: mus.; eat. 1879; 
Clu-. F. Ilalatka. Director. 40 Randolph St, 

Barnes School of Anatomy, Sanitary Bcienoe 
and Embalming: co-ed.; est. 1802; Cor! 
T.. Barnes. M. P.. Pres., 293 S. Lincoln 

Barrett Institute of Shorthand: bua. and 
sten.: est. l!Hi4: Charles R. Barrett. 
Pn-s.. Northern Bldg. 

Bennett College of Eclectic Medicine and Bur- 
gery; nied. : eclectic: co-ed.; eat. 1868; 
K. J. F'jiruum. M. D.. Pres. 

Berlitz School of Languages; languages; co- 
ed.; est. 1S7K: Auditorium Bldg. 

Hoffman's Metropolitan Business College; 
bi;s. and still.: est. issij; <>. A. Hoffman. 
I'r* s . OL'fl.'ii Aveinie .ind Madison St. 

Brooks Classical School; plrls: est. 1800; Ef- 
.to A. (Ijir.ln.r. pli. B., PrIn., 251 Ash- 
la imI Blvd 





Bryant & Btratton BuiineM College; boe. and 
•ten.; eat. 1866; H. W. Bryant, Prea., 
3^6 Wabaah ATe. 

Boah Temple Conaenratory; moa.; co-ed.; eat. 
1902; Kenneth M. Bradley, Director. N. 
Clary Street and Chicago Avenue. 
Sohoora annoonooment. — ^The Buah Tem- 
ple, coating 1380,000, la the flneat con- 
aenratory building in America, contain- 
ing a beautiful theater, ^bere the con- 
certa, ofieraa and playa of the Gon- 
aervatory are given. Special faciUtiea 
for puplla who aapire to dramatic ca- 
reera through the arrangementa with the 
Piayera' Stock Company. New Pipe Or- 
gan for atudenta' practice. 

Caruthara' Normal Sohool; mua.. normal; 
Julia Caruthera, Dir., 203 Michigan Ave. 

Central Conaenratory; mua.; eat. 1902; Wal- 
ton Perklna. Prea.. Auditorium Bldg. 

Central Inatitute; prep, and bua.; Dr. A. 0. 
Staley, Dlr.. 40 B. Randolph St. 

Century School of Xuaic; mua. and or.; eat. 
1896; Cheater N. Hanaon. Director, Athe- 
naeum Bldg. 

Chicago Bnaineaa College; bus. and aten.; 
co-ed.; eat. 1889; F. B. VIrden, Prln., 67 
Wabaah Ave. 

Chicago Bnaineaa Law School; bua. law; 
co-ed.; eat. 1896; Granville W. Brown- 
ing, Prea., 1317 Chamber of Commerce. 

Chicago College for Nuraea; nuraea' training; 
A. E. Oammage. LL. D., Prea.. 382 W. 
Jackaon Blvd. 

Chicago College of Advartiaing; correap. adv.; 
eat. 1902; W. A. Merriam, Mgr., Wll- 
liama Bldg. 

Chioago College of Dental Surgery; dent.; 
men.; eat. 1881; Truman W. Brophy. 
Dean. Wood and Harrlaon Sta. 

Chicago Collage of Pharmacy; pharm.; co-ed.; 
est. 1869; Frederick M. Goodman, Ph. 
G., Dean, 12th and Michigan Ave. 
'Chicago Conaervatory; mua.; co-ed.; eat. 1884; 
William Wade Hlnahaw. Prea., Audito- 
rium Bldg. 

Chioago Corraapondenoa Sohool of Law; law; 
eat. 1892; Charlea F. Weatwood. Sec, 
Reaper Blk. 

Schoora announcement.— Regular 2-year 
course for preparation for admlaalon to 
the bar. Bnaineaa law course of 22 
weeka. Special course in any subject. 
The largest exclusive correspondence 
school of law in the United Statea. By 
the correapondence method, the student 
may pursue the course rapidly or slowly 
according to hia dealre. circumstances or 
ability. He can follow his regular voca- 
tion and choose hla own time and place 
for Btudy. 

Chicago Eye, Ear, Noae and Throat College; 
poat-gradua to : men; est. 1807; William 

A. Fisher. M. D.. 2()6 E. Washington St. 
Chioago Free Kindergarten Training Sohool; 

norroni kind.; non-soot.; est. 188i; Eva 

B. Whltmoro. Supt.. 40 E. Rnndolph St. 
Chioago Homeopathic Medical College: 

conKoIldnted Jaininry. 1!)()5, with Ilahne- 
mann MedlcMl College. 
Chioago Hoapital Sohool for Kenroua Chil- 
di«Q; 6201 Drexel Are. 

Chioago Indoatrial Sohool for Oirla; induat; 
49th St. and Prairie Ave. 

Chioago-Kant Collage of Law; law; co-ed.; 
eat. 1888; Thomaa E. D. Bradley, Sec. 
26 Van Buren St. 

Sohool'a annouBoameat. — Offera both day 
and eTening couraea with complete cur* 
riculum in each. Day aeaaiona are held 
during the morning and afternoon hoora. 
Evening aeaaiona are held each week day 
Evening with ten houra aeaaiona each 
week. Thia courae afforda young men 
who are engaged in law olBces and else- 
where during the day, an opportunity to 
puraue a regular courae of law atudiea 
under proper Inatruction. College gradu- 
atea who have a auflSdent amount of 
credit in legal atudiea may be admitted 
to advanced atandlng In either courae. 
Summer courae during the montha of 
June and July. 

Chioago Kindergarten Collage; kindergarten 
training; women; eat. 1886; Bira. J. N. 
Crouse and Miss Elizabeth Harrlaon. 
Prlns.. 10 Van Buren Street. 
Sohool'a announoamant. — The achool la in- 
tended to meet the needs of kindergart- 
nera. Public or Private School Teachera 
and Prindpala. and to give an Intelligent 
Idea, in a ahort time, of the kindergar- 
ten and ita relation to all after educa- 
tion. Inatructora in every department 
are apecialiata. College ia centrally lo- 
cated in cloae proximity to the art muae- 
uma and public Ubrarlea. Boarding de- 
partment delightfully aituated in a quiet 
rcaldenoe part of the city. 

Chioago Kindergarten Inatitute; kindergarten 
training; est. 1894; Ethel Roe Lindgren. 
Prln.. 40 Soott St. 

Chicago Latin School; boya' prep.; Robert B. 
Batoa. Prln.. 601 Division St. 

Chioago Law School; law; co-ed.; est. 1896; 
J. J. Tobias. Chancellor. 115 Dearborn 

Chioago Lutheran Theological Seminary; 
thool.; men; Evang. Luth.; eat. 1891; 
Prof. Revere F. Woldner. D. D.. LL. D.. 
Prea., 1301 Sheffield Ave. 

Chicago Manual Training School; induat.; 
men; Henry H. Belfleld. Prln., Michigan 
Ave. and 12th St. 

Chioago Muaical Collage; mua.; eat. 1867; Dr. 
F. Zlogfold. Prea., 202 Michigan Blvd. 

Chicago Muaical Seminary; mua.; eat. 1878; 
M. G. Macdonald, Prea., Steinway Hall. 

Chioago National College of Mualo; mua.; 
eat 1891; Dr. H. S. Perklna, Dir., 26 
Van Buren St. 

Chioago Opera Sohool; mua.; Henry Cohen. 
Manager, Steinway Hall. 

Chioago Piano College; mua.; Charlea E. 
Watt. Dlr.. 243 Wabaah Ave. 
Sohool'a announcement. — Thia achool Is 
the only one In the weat devoted to 
tho spoclnlty— Piano — Muslolanahlp. and 
oflTors IndiRputable ovldonoe of the faot 
that In concentration there Is strength. 
No hotter course has ever been devised, 
and no bettor system of study could be 
found, than that In use In this college. 
Preparatory. Collegiate, Non-Prof eaa^ona^^ 





Pluno Tuning and Music — Kindergarten 

Chioago Railway and Commeroial Institute, 

tel. and Ry. bus.; co-ed.: est. 19:)2; W. 

T. Healy. Sec. 95 Washington St. 
Chicago School of Asiaying; assaying; J. 

Dunraven Young. Dlr., 1733 Monadnock 

Chicago School of Psychology; applied psych.; 

co-ed.; est. 1896; Herbert A. Parkyn, 

M. D., C. M.. Supt., 4020 Drexel Blvd. 
Chicago School of Special Education for In- 
valids and Sub-normal Children; private; 

non-sect. ; co-ed. ; Mary R. f ampbell, Di- 
Chicago Shorthand Institute; ston.; co-ed.; 

est. 19.)4; Martin ITemmy, Prop., 3v)l 

Erie St. 
Chicago Sloyd School: teachers' training; 

women; Miss Anna Murray. Director. 

2978 Prairie Ave. 
Chicago Teachers' College; normal; state: 

co-ed.; est. 1871; Arnold Tompkins. Ph. 

D.. Prln., 68th and Stewart Ave. 
Chicago Theological Seminary; theol. ; Dr. 

Joseph H. George, Pres., 81 Ashland 

Chicago Veterinary College; vet.; men; est. 

1883; Joseph Hughes. M. R. C. V. S.. 

Sec. 2537 State St. 
College of Medicine and Surgery; med.; reg.; 

A. E. Gammage, Pres., 167 Dearborn St. 
Columbia College of Expression; rio. and or.: 

co-ed.; est. 1890; Miss Mary A. Blood. 

A. M.. Pres.. 17 Van Buron St. 
Columbia College of Law; law; nipht: co-ed. 

John E. Rlcketts, LL. D.. Pres.. 216 

Roanoke Bldg. 
Columbia School of Music; music and dram. 

art: co-ed.; est. 1901; Clara Osborne 

Reed, Pres.. Kimball Hall. 
Columbian Trade 8c Business School; bus. and 

tech.; Joseph Solvers, Dlr., 243 Wabash 

Dearborn Medical College; med.: rog.; even- 
ing: co-ed.; L. Blake Baldwin. M. D.. 

Pres., 12th and MIchipan Ave, 
Dearborn Seminary; girls* boardlnp; non- 
sect.; Evelyn Matz, Prin.. 2252 Calumet 

De La Salle Institute; commercial; R. C; 

Brother Baldwin, Dlr., 35th St. and Wa- 
bash Ave. 
De Marion's Musical College; nonsiM't.: co- 
ed.; est. 1890; Mme. Biro de Marlon. 

Dunham Medical College; consolidated 1902 

with Ilerlng Medical College. 
Dvorak Dramatic School; (Iramatlr; co-ed.; 

Edward Dvorak. Dlr.. Kimball Hall. 
Electa School for Girls; girls' boavdlnp and 

day; non-sect.; Misa Kate L. Spalds. 

Prln.. 3142 Michigan Ave. 
Ephpheta School for Deaf and Dumb; plrls: 

Margaret Cosgrove. Prln.. 409 S. May St. 
Gottschalk Lyric School; opora: drama: 

co-ed.; est. 1889; L. Gaston Gottschalk. 

Direct.; Kimball Hall. 
Gregg School; bus. and stcn. : est. IS'.MJ; 

Linn II. Young. Sec. 1.->1 Wal.nsh Ave 
Hahnemann Medical College; med.; homcop. ; 

eat. 1860; W. Henry Wilson, M. D.. 

Registrar, 2811 Cottage Grove Ave. 
Harmon Shorthand and Business College; 

bua. and sten.; co-ed.; est. 1901; Williaoi 

H. Harmon. Prln., lo9 Randolph St. 
Harvard Institute; psychology; Elwyn Claire 

Hulbert, Ps.-Th. D., Dean. 67th & Har- 
vard Ave. 
Harvard School for Boys; boy's prep.; non- 
sect.; est. 1876; John J. Schoblnger, 

Dean. 4670 Lake Ave. 
Harvey Medical College; night; reg.; co-ed.; 

est. 1891; Frances Dickinson. M. D., 

Pres.. 169 S. Clark -St. 
Hering Medical College; med.; bomeo.; co-ed.; 

est. 1891: Robert N. Morris, M. D., 

Registrar. 3834 Rhodes Ave. 
Hinshaw School of Opera; consolidated 1002 

with Chicago Conservatory. 
Hoffman's Metropolitan Business College; 

bi's. i;nd sten.; co-ed.; est. 1896; O. A. 

Hoffman. Pres. 
Holy Angel's Academy; girls; R. C; 268 Oak- 
wood Blvd. 
Illinois Business College; see BIxler-IIlinolB 

Business College. 
Illinois College of Law; law; co-ed.; est. 

1897; Howard N. Ogden. L.L. D., Pres., 

112 Clark St. 
Illinois College of Osteopathy; osteopath.; 

co-ed.: est. 1897; Fred E. Weaver, Treas., 

107 Dearborn St. 
Illinois Industrial School for Girla; Indust. ; 

Miss M. Mcintosh. Sec. 79 Dearborn St. 
Illinois Medical College; med.; reg.; co-ed.; 

est. 1894: Heman H. Brown, M. D., Pres., 

182 Washington Blvd. 
Illinois School of Dentistry: see School of 

Dentistry. University of Illinois. 
Illinois School of Electro-Therapeutics; med.; 

t'l«'( tro-thprapeuti( s: co-ed.; est. 1901; 

C. S. Nclswanger. Ph. G., M. D., Pres., 

I'haniplain Bldg. 
Jenner Medical College; med.; reg.; night; 

cf.-ed. : est. 1891; William Rittenhouse, 

M. 1)., Sec, 196 E. Washington St. 
Jowish Training School of Chicago; Indus.; 

cu-cd. ; non-sect.; est. 1888; Orris J. 

Mllliken. Supt.. 199 W. 12th Place. 
Jeweler's School of Engraving; engraving; 

co-i'd.: est. ISSD: Richard 0. Handler. 

Mpr.. 1110 Masonic Temple. 
Jones Business College; bus. and sten.; 

Chiirles E. Jones, Prln., 160 Washington 

Kelso School of Musical and Drama tio Art; 

nius. : drama: est. 1SS9: Hugh A. Kelso, 

Jr.. Dlr.. Audltorlnm Bldg. 
Kenwood Institute for Girls; girls; non-sect.; 

c<t. l^s.'; Mrs. Stcliji Dyer Loring and 

Mrs. Is.ilnl (\ Uuikinjjham. Principals. 
Kiniballs Training School; bus. and sten.; 

.<»-.(!.: est. iv*^!: I). Kimball. Prop.. 113 

]■:. A'l-ms St. 
Kirkland School: pirr^ boarding; non-sect.; 

• St. 1^74; Mrs. Kmma S. Adams, 40 

Sett St. 
Kugler Guitar School; mns. ; F. J. Kugler, 

l»ir.. .",.9 Kimball Hall. 
Laird's Shorthand Institute; sten.; co-ed.; 

.Ml.crt J. Laird, Prop., 441 31st St. 





Lake View Institute; girl's boarding; non- 
pect; Sarah A. Auuble, PiUii.. 1844 
Briar PI. 

Lewis Institute; teob.; co-ed.; non-sect.; est. 
1S96: George Noble Carman. A. B., Di- 
rector, Madison and Robey Sts. 
Sohool's announcement. — Offers a four* 
years' course leading to the degree of 
Mechanical Engineer. In the last two 
years, elections enable the student to 
specialise In Electrical. Steam or Shop 
Engineering. Careful attention given to 
mature students, not candidates for a de- 
gree, who wish to perfect themselves In 
special linos of work. Catalog or spe- 
cial Information sent on application. 

LefELngwell Violin School; mus.; W. W. Lef- 
flngwell. Dir.. 616 Kimball Bldg. 

Loring Bohool for Girls; girls; non-sect.; 
est. 1878; Mrs. Stella Dyer Loring, Prln.. 
2978 Prairie Ave. 

Lynuin Sohool; elo. and dram.: est. 1874; 
Mrs. Walter C. Lyman, Dir., Kimball 

MacCormac Correspondence School; bus. and 
4ten. : co-ed.; est. 1002; Morton Mac- 
Cormac. Ph. D., Prcs., 440 E. C3d St. 

Marshall Law Sohool, John; law; co-ed.; 
est. ISSO: Edward T. Lee, Sec, 107 
Dearborn St. 

MoGormiok Neurologioal College; nou-sect. ; 
r(H<Ml. : est. 1S93; CharlcH McCormirk, M. 
D., Pres. 

McCormick Theological Seminary; tbeo. ; Rev. 
Rev. James G. K. McClurc, Pres., 1060 
N. Hulsted St. 

KrcCowan Oral Sohool for the Deaf; Mrs. 
co-ed.; private; eRt. 1S83; Cornelia D. 
Bingham, Prln.. 6550 Yale Ave. 

McKillip Veterinary College; vet.; men: est. 
1802; M. H. McKillip. M. I).. V. S.. 
Pres., 1630 Wabash Ave. 
School's announcement. — Three-year Grud- 
uate Course, leading to the degree of 
Doctor of Veterinary Medirine. opens 
October 1st and ends April Isl 

Five-Week Practitioners' Course, con- 
sisting of advanced work in surgery, 
medicine, diagnosis and dentistry, opens 
the first week of Jjiiiuary each year. 

Six-Months' Post-Graduate Course, con- 
sisting of advanced work In any of the 
veterinary medical branches, opens Octo- 
ber 1st each year. 

Meat- Inspection Course, to prepare stu- 
dents and veterinarians for the Govern- 
ment Civil Service examinations for Meat 
Inspectors, from October to April. 

Metropolitan Business College; t)us. and sten.; 
est. 1873; O. M. Powers. Prln.. Wabash 
Ave. & Monroe St. 

Miles College; bus. and sten.: est. 1003; 
C. C. Miles. Pres.. Lakeside Bldg. 

Mintum Sohool of Opora and Drama; mus. 
and drama; Harry L. Mintnrn, Dir.. 
Steinway Theater. 

Moler College of Barbering; harl)erlng: co- 
ed.: est. 1803; A. B. Moler. Pres.. 4.3.'> 
Wiibash Ave. 

Morgan School of Expression. Anna; dram, 
art; Miss Anna Morgan, Dir., Fine Arts 

National Medical UniTersity; med.; eat. 1890; 
co-ed.; L. I). Rogers, M. D., Registrar, 
533 Wells St. 

North Chicago Business CoUege; bus. and 
•ten.; G. C. Cochran, Prln., 444 Garfield 

Northern lUinoia College of Opthalmology; 
opth.; co-ed.; est. 1872; J. B. Mcratrich. 
M. D.. Pres., Masonic Temple. 

Morthwestem Business College; bus. and sten.; 
J. F. Fish, Prln., 747 N. Robey St. 

Northwestern University DenUl School; dent.; 
co-ed.; est. 1887; C. R. S. Koch, D. D. 
S., Sec. Lake and Dearborn Sts. 

Northwestern University Law Bohool; law; 
co-ed.; est. 1859; John H. Wigmorc, 
Dean, corner Dearborn & Lake Sts. 

Northwestern University Medical School; 
med.: H'g. : men: est. 1S59: N. S. Davis, 
A. M.. M. I).. Dean. 2431 Dearlwrn St. 

Narthwestem University School of Pharmacy; 
pharm.; co-ed.; est. 18S6: Prof. Oscar 
Oldberg, Dean. 87 Lake St. 

O'Donnell's Business College; bus. and sten.; 
D. J. O'Donnell. Prln., corner Leavltt 
& Van Buren Sta. 

Orr's Business College; bus. and sten.; Grant 
Orr. Prln.. 63rd A Yale. 

Ott's Sohool of Expression; eloc; eat. 1002: 
Ed Amherst Ott. Pres., Monroe St. & 
Francisco St. 

Oxford Bohool for Boys; boy's prep.; Richard 
H. Arras. Head Master. 2141 Calumet 

Page-Davis College of Advertising; corresp.; 
est. 1897; Edw. T. Page, Sec, 90 Wabash 
Ave. 1 ^ 

Parker School. Francis W.; prep.; co-ed.;" 
Flora J. Cooke. Prln., 558 Webster Ave. 

Paterson's Stenographic Institute; sten.; 
Charles Paterson. Prln.. 153 LaSalle St. 

Phillips Sohool of Oratory and Century 
Sohool of Expression: elo. and or.; co- 
ed.: Arthur Edward Phillips, Prln.. Kim- 
ball Hall. 

Presbyterian Training Sohool for Nurses; 
nurses' training: 277 Ashland Ave. 

Prinoeton-Yale Sohool: consolidated with Har- 
vard School for Boys. 

Progressive Practical Business College: bus. 
and sten.: Robert F. Fltz. Prln., 155 E. 
Washington St. 

Rush Medical College: med.; reg.; co-ed.; 
est. 18.37; Frank Billings. M. D., Dean, 
Iliirrison and Wood Sts. 
School's announcement. — The curriculum 
of this sch(K>l of medicine requires a 
proper prellminsiry education and four 
years of study In college, devoted to 
laboratory, dldnctlc and clinical Instruc- 
tion, to recltiitloiis. and to manual train- 
ing In the use of instruments and appli- 
ances. With a fjiculty of over 180 pro- 
fessors, instructors, and assistants, and 
with ample room and appliances, this 
school is able to furnish its classes with 
the moat approved ay.stematic education 
in medicine. Student attendance during 
the past ye;ir wiis 1.020. 

School of Dentistry, University of Illinois; 
dent.; co-ed.; est. 1880; B. J. Clgrand. 
D. D. S., Sec, 813 W. Harrison St. 





School of Domettie Arts and Boiencea; women; 
est. 1803; Isabel D. Bullard. Dlr.. 39 
State St. 

Sohool of Pharmaoy, Vniversity of Illinois; 
see Chicago CSollege of Pharmacy. 

School of Xedioine, Vniversity of Illinois; 
see College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Sheldon Sohool of Soientiflo Salesmanship; 
corresp.; est. 1902; A. F. Sbef.don. Pres.. 
215 Wabash Aye. 

Sherwood Xnsic School; mus.; co-od.; est. 
1897; William H. Sherwood. Dir., 203 
Michigan Ave. 

Soper School of Oratory; est. 1877; Henry 
M. Soper, Pres.. 503 Bush Temple. 
School's annonnoement. — ^The School of 
Oratory of the Bash Temple Conservatory. 
Instruction In Elocution. Forensic Ora- 
tory, Public Speaking, Dclsarte; Litera- 
ture, Physical Culture, Journalism. Par- 
liamentary Law. 

Normal Course for Teachers. — Forensic 
worlc for lawyers, drill In sacred oratory 
for clergymen, professlonnl course for 
public appearance, acting. Students may 
enter at any time. Special summer 
school in July. 

St. Ignatius College; boy's prep.; R. C. ; 
est. 1870; Rev. Henry J. Dumbaok. S. J.. 
Pres., 41.3 W. 12th St. 

St. James School; prep.; co-ed.; R. C. ; 2912 
Wabash Ave. 

St. Patrick's Commercial Academy; R. C. ; 
Brother Joseph. 135 S. Desplaines St. 

St. Xavier Academy; girl's boarding; R. C; 
est, 1846; Mother Genevieve, 4928 Evans 

Starrett School for Oirls; girl's boarding; 
non-sect.: est. 1884; Mrs. Helen Ekin 
Stnrrett, Prin.. 4707 Vlnoennes Ave. 
School's announcement. — A home and day 
school for girls. College preparatory and 
finishing school. Spacious and beautiful 
colonial home; 2 acres of lawn; 2 blocks 
from Washington Park; 10 resident. 100 
day pupils. Special advantages Ir music 
and art. Send for riroular.s. 

Stevan School for Girls: girls; non-sect.; est. 
1880; Mrs. Luella M. Wilson, Prin.. 4313 
Drexcl Blvd. 

Tomaso Mandolin School; mus.; Theodore To- 
est. 1S.<?0: Siilvjitore Toiunso. Director. 
511 Kimball Hall. 

Vnion Electric Telegraph School; tel.: eat. 
1.S75; Henry C. Roeth. Pres.. 88 La Salle 

ITniversity High School. The; nf>n-s»'ct. : ro- 
od: oHt. lt)i>.T: H. II. R.'lfl.'lil. Ph. !>.. 
aiMl W. B. Owen. Pli. P.. Donn.i. 

University of Chicago; unlv.; co-ed.: est. 
181»2; Harry Pratt .Tn(ls..;». A. .M.. LI.. 
P.. .\ctlng Pres.. 5«th St. and Kill** 

University of Chicago, College of Commerce 
and Administration: rominerce. adniini;^- 
tnition. and lin:ni<e: <'o-ed.; W. R. II;ir- 
per. Pean, 

University of Chicago Law School: Inw; co- 
ed.; est. 10n2-, Jiweph ITenry Heiile. A. 
M.. T.L. B.. Pt-an. Lexington Ave. and 
59th St. 

VnlTersity School for Oirl«; girl's boarding; 

non-sect.; Miss Anna R. Haire, Dean, 
21 Lake Shore Drive. 
School's announcement. — AfBUated with 
the University of Chicago. Home and 
Day School for Girls. College preparatory 
courses adapted to entrance requirementa 
of Smith. Bryn Mawr, Vassar and Uni- 
versity of Chicago. Special Art and 
Music courses. 

Walton-James-Ford School; sten.; co-od.; E. 
J. Walton. Pres.. 79 Clark St. 

Watson's Business College; bus. and sten.; 
George Watson, Prin., 740 W. 55th 

Western Theological Seminary; theoL; P. E.: 
men; est. 1886; Rev. Wui, C. Det Witt. 
S. T. P.. Pres.. 1113 Washington Blvd. 

White College of Shorthand; sten.; Lena A. 
White. Pres.. Fine Arts Bldg. 

Y. M. C. A. College; see Association College. 

Zymotechnic Institute; school of brewing; 
men; est. 1872: J. E. Siobel. Dlr«»<»tor. 
1422 Montana St. 

COFFEEK, Montgomery Co., pop. 063. 
Coffeen Normal School and Academy; prep.; 
co-ed.; non-sect.; Jacobel Traylor, Pres. 
CRAB ORCHARD, Willianuon Co., pop. 237. 
Crab Orchard Academy; prep.; co-ed.; M. E.; 
James C. Blizzard, Pres. 

CREAL SPRINGS, Williamson Co.; pop. 040. 
Creel Springs College; col.; co-ed.; Bapt.; 
Mrs. G. B. Murrah, Pres. 
School's announcement. — Degrees con- 
firnd for the completion of Classical, 
Scientific. and Philosophical courses. 
Plplomas awardi'd In the Academic, Nor- 
mal. F]iiglish. Elocution, and Commercial 
(li>I)artm» nts. Certificates awarded In 
SteiKt^rrnphy. Thorough courses in Piano. 
VoliT. Ilurnior.y. and Musical History. 
t'r«'!il Sjirinps Is an ideal place for study 
retired and healthful. Fall term 1006 
op»'i!s September 11th. 

DAKOTA, Stephenson Co., pop. 269. 

Interior Academy ; prep. ; co-ed. ; Ref . ; Rev. 
P. C. By era, A. B.. Pres. 

DANVILLE, Vermilion Co., pop. 16.354. 

Brown's Business College: bus. and sten.; 
co-cd.; est. 1S7.3; K. B. Lyons, Prin. 
DECATUR, Macon Co., p«ip. 2.075. 

Brown's Business College; bus. and ston. ; 
commI.: est. l»^si: II. M. Owen. Prin. 

James Milliken University; agr. and indust. ; 
ro-.Ml.; Cnnib. Pr.'sb.: es^t. 1903; Albert 
R. Taylor. Ph. P.. Pres. 

St. Theresa's Academy: prep.; co-ed.; R. C; 
Rev. J. Murphy. Pres. 
DE KALB. De Kalh Co., pop. 5.904. 

Northern Illinois State Normal School; nor- 
mal; ro-ed. ; state; John W. Cook. Pres. 
DIXON. Lee Co., pop. 7.917. 

Coppin's Business College; bus. and sten.; 
«•..-. -d.: est. iMtM. 

Northern Ill..twi8 Normal School; co-ed.; non- 
sect.: John B. Pille. Pres. 

Rock River Military Academy: military; non- 
pect.: est. l!>»4: Rev. Frederick Thomp- 
son. Ph. D.. Warden. 





ETFIVOHAM, Efflnflutm Co., pop. 3,774. 
Auitln College; col.; co-ed.; non-sect.; est. 

1891; Rev. D. R. Bobont. Pros. 
Biasell CoUefe of Photo-Engravinf ; tech.; 

co-ed.; est. 1S94; L. H. Blssell, Pres. 
ZUinois College of Photography; photo.; 

co-ed.; non-sect.; est. 1804; L. H. BIs- 

sell, Pi-es. 

EXtOnr, Kane Co., pop. 22.433. 

Elgin Academy of Korthwestern UniTersity; 
prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; George N. 
Sleight, Prin. 
Elgin Business College; bus. and sten.; W. 

H. Callow, Pres. 
Mary Academy; prep.; co-ed.; B. C; est. 
1880; Sister Mary Constance. Superior. 
ELXHirBBT, Dupage Co., pop. 1.728. 
Erangelioal Prosemlnary; tbeol. ; men; Ger. 
Bvang.; est. 1871; Rev. D. Irion, Pres. 
EUREKA, Woodford Co., pop. 1.061. 
Eureka College; col.; co-ed.; Christian; est. 
1855; Robert E. Hioronyraus. A. M., Pros. 

LYAKBTON, Cook Co., pop. 10.259. 

Academy of Northwestern ITniverslty; prep.: 
co-ed.; M. K.; est. 1857; Arthur Ilorbei" 
Wilde. Ph. D.. Acting Prln. 

Garrett Biblical Institute, Northwestern Uni- 
versity; theol.; men; M. E.; est. 186«; 
Charles J. Little. D. D.. LL. D.. Dean. 

Evanston Classical School; prep.; girls; da.r 
and boarding: non-sect.; est. 1004; Mrs. 
Alice Clawson Gove. Prln. 

Northwestern UniTersity; unir.; co-ed.; M. 
E. ; est. 1855: Abrnm Wlnegardner Har- 
ris, Ph. D. 

Schocra announcement. — The UnlTcrslty 

llie College of Liberal Arts, at Evanston. 
The Medical School, at Chicago. 
The Law School, at Chicago. 
The School of Pharmacy, at Chicago. 
The Dental School, at Chicago. 
The School of Music, at Evanston. 
The School of Theology, at Evanston. 
In addition to these degree-conferring 
departments, the authorities maintain at 
Evanston an Academy and a School of 
Oratory. The number of Instructors In 
all departments is more than .300, and 
the number of students over 3.000. 

Norwegian Theological Seminary; theol.; men; 
M. B.: est. 1885; Noise E. SImonson. 
D. D.. Dean. 

School of Music, Northwestern University; 
music; co-ed.; est. 1891; Fetor C. Lut- 
kln. Mus. Doc, A. O. O.. Dean. 

School of Oratory, Northwestern University; 
B. L. Cumnook. L. II. D.. Director. 
School's announcement.— .\mnng the spo- 
dal advantapob of this s<hool may be 
mentlcmod: Orcuplos Its own biiihllngs. 
Offers to Htudoiits two privnto lessons a 
woek ami fonrtom class lessons a wook. 
Scholarships .vli'l«llnp $1.''»().(»0 yearly, fur- 
nished t(» needy aiul nierltorloiis students. 
Ten of the ablest lnstrn< tors In .Vniorlca 
give their entire time to the sehool. 
For eatalopue address the DIrec-tor. 

YisiUtion Academy; girls'; R. C; Sisters of 
the Visitation. 

EWINO, Franklin Co., pop. 410. 
Ewing College; col.; co-ed.; Bapt.; est. 1867; 
J. A. Leavitt. D. D., F. R. G. S., Pres. 
FLORA, Clay Co., pop.. 2.311. 
Orchard City Business College; bus. and 
sten.; est. 1800; Thoa. B. Greenlaw. 

FBEEPORT, Stephenson Co., pop. 13.258. 

Freeport College of Commerce; bus. and sten.: 
J. J. Nagle, Prln. 
FULTON, Whiteside Co., pop. 2.085. 

Hansen Military Academy; 'mill.; non-sect.; 
est. 1903. 

Northern Illinois College; col.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; est. 1865; J. B. Blttinger. Pres. 
OALESBiratO, Xnoz Co., pop. 18,007. 

Brown's Business College; bus. and sten.; W. 
F. Cadwell. Prln. 

Kindergarten Normal School; women; non- 
sect.; M. Evelyn Strong, Pres. 

Knoz College ; col. ; co-ed. ; non-sect. ; est. 
1837; Thomas McClelland. A. M., D. D., 

Lombard College; col.; co-ed.; Univ.; est. 
1H,')2; Rev. L.WI8 B. Flshor. I). I).. 

Rider Divinity School of Lombard Univers- 
ity; theol.; men; est. 1881. 
OENESEO, Henry Co., pop. 3.356. 

Geneseo Collegiate Institute; col.; co-ed.; 
Presb.; S. Uope Thompson. Pres. 

GODFREY, Madison Co., pop. 29. 
"Beverly Farm" School for Nervous and 

Backward Children; non-sect.; co-ed.; 

est. 1«>7; Wm. II. C. Smith. M. D., 

Monticello Female Seminary; girls' boarding; 

non-sect.; Harriet N. Haskell, Pres. 
GREENVILLE, Bond Co., pop. 2.504. 
Greenville College; col.; co-ed.; Free Meth.; 

<8t. 1892; Rev. A. L. Whitcomb. M. S., 


HIGHLAND PARK, Lake Co., pop. 2,806. 
Northwestern Military Academy; mil.; est. 
1888; Col. H. P. Davidson, Supt. 
School's announcement. — A preparatory 
school for collefe. the Government, Acad- 
emies, or business, combining thorough 
instruction, careful supervision, and the 
best home influence. Limited numbers. 
Large staff of experienced instructors. 
Small classes. Individual instruction. 
Infantry, artillery, sabre, bicycle, and 
signal drills. Cadet band. Well 
equipped gymnasium. Large heated 
swimming tank. 

HOOPESTON, Vermilion Co., pop. 3,823. 
Greer College ; nor. ; co-ed. ; non-sect. ; est. 
1890; E. L. Bailey, M. S., Pres. 
JACKSONVILLE, Morgan Co., pop. 15,078. 
Brown's Business College; bus. and sten.; 

F. C. Keach. Principal. 
Illinois College; col.; co-ed.; Presb.; est. 
182t): I'harlos Henry Rammelkamp, Pres. 
Illinois Woman's College; girls* boarding; M. 
K.; est. 1847; Joseph R. Harker, Ph. D.. 





Routt Collegre; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; est. 1904; 
Very Rev. J. W. Crowe, Pres. 

Whipple Academy; prep.; co-ed.; Presb.: 
Richard Owen Stoops, A. B., Prln. 
JOLIET, Will Co., pop. 29.353. 

St. Francis Academy; girls' boarding; R. C; 
Sister M. Stanislaus Droesler. 

8t. Mary's Academy; girls' boarding; R. C; 
Mother M. Angels. 
KANKAKEE, Kankakee Co., pop. 13.595. 

Kankakee Business College and Shorthand 
School; bus. nnd sten.; N. L. Richmond, 

St. Joseph's Seminary; girls' boarding; R. C; 
Sister St. Arcadlns. Suporior. 
KENILWORTH, Cook Co., pop. .3.30. 

Kenilworth Hall; girls' bonrdlni;; non-sect.; 
MtR. Mary Keyes Bjibrock. Prln. 

Rugby School; boys' boarding; non-sect.; W. 
A. Trowbridge. Prln. 
KNOXVILLE, Knox Co., pop. 1.857. 

St. Alban's School; mil.; boys; P. E.; est. 
1890; Vtiv. C. W. Leffinpwoll. Pros. 

St. Mary's School; girls* boarding; P. E. ; est. 
1868; Rev. C. W. lyefflngwell. D. D.. 
LA HARPE, Hancock Co., pop. 1,591. 

Oittings Seminary; prep.; co-ed.; M. E.; H. 
K. Fox. Pres. 
LAKE FORLST, Lake Co., pop. 2.215. 

Ferry Hall; girls bojirdlng; eat. 1869; 
Frances L. Hughes. Principal. 

Lake Forest Academy; boyn' boarding; 
Presby.; William Mather U>wla. A. M.. 

Lake Forest College; col.; co-ed.; Presb.; 
est. 1876: Richard D. Harlan. A. M.. 
LL. D.. Pres. 

School's announcement. — The mission of 
the small Western college is to re- 
ceive young men and women who want 
an education on the spot, and to main- 
tain through them and for them an at- 
mosphere of purity and of earnest liv- 
ing, as well as high standards of in- 
tellectual attainraeni. Lake Forest Col- 
l«'gp is situated at LaKe Forest. Chicago's 
favorite suburb, only 28 miles north, on 
Lake Michigan. Has nine well-equipped 
buildings, finely equipped gymnasium, a 
faculty of 19 members, special Instruct- 
ors In elorution and gymnastics. Sixty 
Kcholarshlps given annually amnnrr stiV 
(UMita. Two prepnratory schools. Lake 
Forest Academy (for boys), and Ferry 
Hall (f<T young women).- are associated 
with the college. 
LLBANON, St. Clair Co., pop. 1.812. 

McKendree College; col.; co-ed.; M. E.; est. 
1S2S: M. II. Chnmberlln. A. M.. LL. D., 
LINCOLN, Logan Co.. pop. 8.002. 

Lincoln College; col.; co-ed.: Cum. Presb.; 
CFt. lS({r.: George W. Neal. A. M.. Pres. 

The Lincoln Business College; bus. and sten.; 
W. R. Whetsler. Prln. 
MACOMB, McDonough Co., pop. .'S..375. 

Western Illinois State Normal School; nor- 
mal; co-ed.: state; J. W. Hennlnger. 

MATTOON, Coles Co.; pop. 9.622. 
Mattoon School of Commerce; bus. and sten.; 
co-ed.; est. 1896; David W. De Lay. 
A. M.. Pres. 
MEDIA, Henderson Co., pop. 290. 
Wever-Media Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; George A. Harper. A. B., Prln. 
MENDOTA, La Sallo Co., pop. 3.736. 
Mendota College; prep.; co-ed.; Christ. Adv.; 
est. 1903; N. C. Twining, A. B., A. M., 
Ph. D.. Pres. 
MOLINE, Rock Island Co., pop.. 17.248. 
Brown's Business College; bus. and sten.; 
est. 1897: .T. E. Clustus. Supt. 

MONMOTTTH, Warren Co., pop. 7.463. 

Monmouth College; col.; co-ed.; Un. Presb.; 
est. 1856; T. II. McMi hael, A. M., D. D., 
MORGAN PARK, Cook Co., pop., 2.329. 
Morgan Park Academy of the University of 
Chicago; i»t-> p. : boys; non-sect.; est. 
1892; Franklin W. Johnson. Prln. 
MORRIS, Grundy Co., pop. 4.273. 
Ft. Angela's Academy; girls' boarding; R. C: 
Sister M. Jerome. 
MT. CARROLL, Carroll Co., pop. 1.966. 
Frances Shimer Academy of the University of 
Chicago; girls' boarding; Bapt.; William 
Parker McKee, Dean. 
MT. MORRIS, Ogle Co., pop. 1.048. 
Mt. Morris College; prep.; co-ed.; Dunker 
Breth.; est. 1839; Rev. J. E. MUler. 
A. M., Pres. 
MT. VERNON, Jefferson Co., pop., 5.210. 
Mt. Vernon Collegiate Institute; closed. 
NAPERVILLE, Dupage Co., pop. 2.629. 

Northwestern College; col.: co-ed.; Bvang. 
Assn.; est. 1861; Rev. H. J. Klekhoefer, 
A. M., Pres. 
Union Biblical Institute: theol.; men; Evang. 
Asso. : est. 1786: Thomas Bowman, D. 
I).. Prln. 
NAUVOO, Hancock Co., pop. 1..321. 

8*. Mary's Academy; girls* boarding; R. C. ; 

Mother M. Ottilia. O. S. B. 
Spalding Intt'tute; boys' boarding; est. 
1903; R. C; Sister M. Christine. 
NORMAL, McLean Co., pop. :i.705. 

Illinois State Normal University; normal; 
co-ed.; state; David Felmley. Pres. 
ONARGA, Iroquois Co., pop, 1.27'). 
Grand Prairie Seminary; prep: co-ed.; M. E. ; 
est. ISG.'J; Kov. Frank O. Br.rnes. Pres. 
OREGON, Ogle Co., pop. 1.577. 
Wells' School for Teachers; normal; co-ed.: 
non-sect.; est. 1879; H. W. Sullivan. 
OTTAWA, La Salle Co., pop. 10.588. 

Brown's Ottawa Business College; bus. nnd 

sten. ; W. G. Rosebery, Prin. 
Pleasant View Luther College; prep.; co-ed.; 
Luth.; est IHOG; Uev. L. A. Vlgness. 
St. Xavier's Academy; girls' boarding: R. C. ; 
Sister Mary Urania. 
PAXTON. Ford Co., pop.. 3.036. 
Rice Collegiate Institute; closed. 





PEORIA, Peoria Co., pop. 50.100. 

Academy of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart; 
girls* boarding; R. C. ; Sister Mary 

Bradley Polytechnic Institute; tech.; co-ed.; 
non-spct.; est. 1897; Theodore C. Bur- 
gess, Ph. D., Acting Director. 

Bradley Polytechnic Institute, Horological 
Department; watchmaking; co-ed.; Theo- 
dore C. Burgess, Ph. D.. Acting Director. 

Brown's Business College; bus. and sten. ; 
W. H. H. Carver, Prin. 
PEaV. La SaUe Co., pop. 0.863. 

St. Bede College; col.; men; R. C; est. 1891; 
Rev. Daniel J. Kaib, Rect(»r. 
PORT BYaON, Rock Island Co., pop. 732. 

Port Byron Academy; prep.; co-cd. ; Cong.; 
Henry Raymond Mussey, Prcs. 
PRINCEVILLE, Peoria Co., pop., 7.'15. 

Princeville Academy; closed. 
QUIKCY, Adams Co., pop. 36.252. 

Oem City Business College; bus. and sten.; 
D. L. Musselman, A. M., Prcs. 

National Business College, nus. and sten.; 
J. R. Hutchinson, Pros. 

St. Francis Solanus College; col.; men; R. C; 
est. I860; Very Rev. P. Anselon Mueller. 
O. F. M., Pres. 

St. Mary's Institute; girls' boarding; R. C; 
Mother M. Boniface. 
ROCKFOBD, Winnebago Co., pop. 31.051. 

Brown's Rockford Business College; bus. and 
sten.; W. F. Cadwell. Prin. 

Rockford College; women's boardlnp; non- 
sect.; est. 1849; Miss JuUa H. Gulliver, 
Ph. D., Pres. 

School's announcement. — Founded in 1849, 
Rockford College stands as the oldest 
woman's college of the first rank in this 
country, with the single exception of Mt. 
Holyoke. Has Classical and Scientific 
Courses and Courses in Music and Art. 
Well equipped Library, Laboratories, and 
Gymnasium. Beautiful and healthful 
surroundings. The health of the students 
Is under the care of a resident physician. 
It is considered of the first importance. 
A number of scholarships are awarded 
annually; also four fellowships, each 
yielding $120. at the University of Chi- 

ROCK ISLAND, Rock Island Co., pop. 19,493. 
Augustana College; col.; co-ed.; Luth.; est. 

1S0;»; GuRtav Aiidroon. Ph. D.. Pres. 
Villais de Chautal Academy; pirl.s* boardlnp; 

R. C. 
RU8HVILLE, Schuyler Co., pop. 2.292. 
Rushville Normal and Business College; nor. i 

and bus.; Maxwell Kennedy, Pres. 
SPRINGFIELD, Sangamon Co.. pop. :M.\r,{). 
Academy of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart; 

girls' boarding; R. (\ ; Sister Thomasina. 
Bettie Stuart Institute; girls' boarding; non- 
sect.: Mrs. A. M. lirooks. Piiu. 
Concordia College; tlifol.: nicii: Kvaiij;. Luth.; 

est. IS.'-.O: Rev. Rrlnhold IVip.T. A. B.. 

German Evangelical Lutheran Seminary; 

theol. ; est. 1S4G: Relnhold Pleper. Pres. 
Illinois Business College and Telegraph 

School; bus., sten., and tel.; est. 1900; 

C. N. Stockton, Pres. 
Springfield Business College; bus. and sten.; 

I'st. 1804; Henry B. Henkel, Pres. 
St. Agatha's School; girls' boarding; P. E.; 

Miss D. Murdoch, Prin. 
STIRLING, Whiteside Co.; pop. 0,309. 

Sterling Business College; bus. and sten.; 

William Lueders, Prin. 
SYCAMORE. De Kalb Co., pop. 3,653. 
Waterman Hall; girls* boarding; P. B.; Ben 

Jamin F. Fleetwood, S. T. D., Pres. 
TETTTOPOLIS, Effingham Co., pop. 498. 
St. Joseph's College; col.; men; R. C; est. 

1802; Rev. T. H. Storff. O. F. F.. Pres, 
TOULON, Stark Co., pop. 1,057. 
Toulon Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect. 

Ix'wls A. Morrow. Pres. 
UPPER ALTON, Madison Co., pop. 2,373. 
Shurtleflf College; col.; co-od. ; Bapt. ; est. 

1SL>7; .John S. I). Rlggs. A. M.. Ph. D., 

L. II. I)., Pres. 
Shurtleff Divinity School; theol.; men; 

Bapt.; est. 1827; Ransom Harvey, D. D., 

Western Military Academy; mil.; non-sect.; 

Col. Albert M. Jackson, A. M., Supt. 
URBANA, Champaign Co., pop. 5,728. 

University of Illinois; state univ.; co-ed.; 

est. 1807; Edmund Janes James. LL. D,. 

University of Illinois, College of Agricul- 
ture; agrlc. ; state; co-ed.; Eugene 

Davenport, M. Agr., Dean. 
University of Illinois, College of Engineer- 
ing; tech.; state; co-ed.; Nathan C. 

Ri<ker, D. Arch.. Dean. 
University of Illinois, State Library School: 

library science; state; co-ed.; Katharine 

L. Sharpe, Ph. M., B. L. S.. Director. 
College of Law, University of Illinois; law; 

co-ed.; est. 1897; Oliver Albert Ilarker. 

A. M., Dean. 

VERMILION GROVE, Vermilion Co., pop. 172. 

Vermilion Grove Academy; prep.; co-od.; 

Fri(>iJ(ls: est. 1874; ICdmond Albertson, 

B. S., Prin. 

WARREN, Jo Daviess Co., pop. 1..327. 

Warren Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
Joseph M. Weaver, Pres. 
WAYNESVILLE, De Witt Co., pop. 528. 

Waynesville Academy, prep. : co-ed. ; non- 
sect.; Rev. W. H. Smith. Pres. 
WESTFIELD, Clark Co., pop. 820. 
Westflold College; col.; co-ed.; U. B. ; est. 
l.S(;r>: Rev. W. R. Sherry, A. M.. Pres. 
Wh£aTON, Dupage Co., pop. 2.345. 
Wheaton College; col.; co-ed.; Cong.; est. 
ISOO; Charles A. Blanehard. D. D., Pres. 
WINNETKA, Cook Co.; pop. 1.83.3. 

Girton School for Girls; girls' day and 

lo:ii(llim: non-sett.; c^t. ISOS; Fran<ls 
Klnjr ('o.,k.'. A. B.. rrlnclpal. 
WOODSTOCK, McHenry Co., pop. 2.502. 
Todd Seminary for Boys: boarding; non-sect.; 
est. 1S4S: Noble Hill. Prlh. 
ZION CITY, Lake Co.; pop. 708. 
Zion Educational Institution; prep.; co-ed.; 


Population, 2,516,462. School census, 699,600. School age, 6-21. 

Indiana is the eighth state of the Union in point of population, having a total 
of 2,516,462 inhabitants, of whom 2,458,502, or 97.7 per cent, are white. Of this 
number 141,816, or 5.6 per cent, are foreign born. The percentage of illiteracy 
of the entire population is 4.6 per cent, the state ranking thirteenth in this respect. 
The educational system of the state is as follows: 


Fassett a. Cotton, Superintendent of Public Instruction Indianapolis 

Lawrence McTurnan, Deputy Indianapolis 

Frank D. Hester, Deputy Indianapolis 

Sarah E. Cotton, Deputy Indianapolis 

Herbert R. Condrey, Deputy Indianapolis 

Fassett A. Cotton, President, Superintendent of Public Instruction. ..Indianapolis 
William W. Parsons, Secretary, President of State Normal School .. Terrc Haute 

J. Frank Hanly, Governor Indianapolis 

William L. Bryan, President of Indiana University Bloomington 

W. E. Stone, President of Purdue University Lafayette 

Edwin H. IU'(;iies, President De Pauw University Greencastle 

Robert L. Kellkv, PresidcMit Rarlham College Richmond 

C. N. Kendall, Superintendent of Indianapolis Schools Indianapolis 

F. W. Cooley, Superintendent of Evansville Schools Evansville 

J. N. Study, Superintendent of Fort Wayne Schools Fort Wayne 

E. E. Robey, County Superintendent, Howard County Kokomo 

This Board has the same membership as the State Board of Education. 

This board has the same membership as the State Board of Education. The 
state has a Uniformity Law. 


Victor W. Hei>gei'.\tii. President, Superintendent of Schools Goshen 

Lawrence McTurnan, Secretary, Deputy State Superintendent of Public In- 
struction Indianapolis 

Emma Mont. McRae, Professor of English Literature, Purdue University. Lafayette 
James H. Tomlin, Superintendent of Schools Shelbyville 


Fassett a. Cotton, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Indianapolis 

Robert J. Aley, Professor of Mathematics, Indiana University Bloomington 

Edgah Mendenhall, Superintendent of Decatur County Schools Greensburg 

George H. Tapy, Superintendent of Whitley County Schools Columbia City 


County. Saperlntendent's Name. Address. County. 

Adams Irvln Brandyberry Decatur 22,282 

Allen Henry G. Felger Fort Wayne 77,270 

Bartholomew Charles N. Bruce Columbus 24,6W 

Benton Levi A. McKnlght Fowler 13,123 

Blackford Flnley Gelger Hartford City 17,283 

Boone Edward C. GulUon Lebanon 26,321 

Brown William L. Coffey Nashville 9,727 

Carroll Philip B. Hemmlg Delphi 19,953 

Cass William H. Haas Logansport 34,545 

Clark Samuel L. Scott Jeffersonvllle 31,835 

Clay Willis E. Akre Carbon 34.285 

Clinton Oscar S. Balrd Frankfort 24,202 

Crawford Stuart A. Beals English 13.476 

I>aviess Philander McHenry Washington 29,914 

Dearborn Solomon K. Gold Lawrenceburg 22.144 

Decatur E^dgrar Mendenhall Greensburg 19.518 

Dekalb Henry E. Coe Auburn 25.711 

Delaware Charles A. Van Matre Muncie 49.624 

Dubois William Melchior Jasper 20.857 

Elkhart George W. EHlls Goshen 45,052 

Fayette Calvin Ochiltree Connersville 13.495 

B'loyd Levi H. Scott New Albany 30.118 

Fountain Josiah M. Wilkey Covington 21,446 

Franklin August J. Reifel Brookville 16,388 

Fulton Arthur Deamer Rochester 17,463 

Gibson John L. Fulling Princeton 30,099 

Grant A. G. BrumfleT Marion 54,693 

Greene Newton V. Meredith Lyons 28,530 

Hamilton John F. Haines Noblesville 24,914 

Hancock George J. Rlchman Greenfield 19,189 

Harrison Pleasant Jenkins Corydon 21,702 

Hendricks Guy M. Wilson North Salem 21.292 

Henry Wm. F. Byrkett New Castle 25,088 

Howard E. E. Robey Kokomo 28,575 

Huntington Henry D. Shideler Huntington 28,901 

Jackson Jeremiah B. Payne Brownstown 26,633 

Jasper Tx)uis H. Hamilton Rensselaer 14,292 

Jay William R. Armstrong Portland 26.818 

Jefferson Garfield Hoard Madison 22,993 

Jenningrs John Clerkin Vernon 15,757 

Johnson Jesse C. Webb Franklin 20,223 

Knox William M. Alsop VIncennes 32.746 

Kosciusko Edson B. Sarber Warsaw 29.100 

Lagrange Herbert S. Gllhams Lagrange 15.234 

Lake Frank E. Cooper Crown Point 37.892 

Laporte Elmer G. Bunwell Laporte 38.386 

Lawrence William E. Stipp Mitchell 25,729 

Madison James W. Frazler Anderson 70.470 

Marion Homer L. Cook Indianapolis 197.227 

Marshall George D. Marks Plymouth 25,119 

Martin Elijah McFarland Shoals 14.911 

Miami Philip S. Sullivan Peru 28.344 

Monroe Harry O. Buzzaird Bloomington 20.873 

Montgomery Earl W. Barnes CrawfordsvUle 29.388 

Morgan William O. Baker Martinsville 20,457 

Newton W. L. Kellenberger Kentland 10.448 

Noble Willis A. Fox Albion 23,513 

Ohio Reuben M. Richmond Blue 4.724 

Orange Claude L. Rankin Orleans 16.854 

Owen William H. Stone Spencer 1.^.149 

Parke Jesse M. Neet Rockvllle 23.000 

Perry Harmon S. Moseby Cannelton 18.778 





Pop. of 
Ooanty. Superiutcudent's Name. Addi-oss. County. 

Pike Lawrence Ashby Wlnslow 2Q,«6 

Porter S. C. Ferrell Valparaiso 1S,176 

Posey William O.. Wilson Mt. Vernon 22,330 

Pulaski John R. Reddick Winamac 14,033 

Putnam Oscar Thomas Greencastle 21,478 

Randolph Charles W. Paris Farmland 28,653 

Ripley Rudolph Acher Versailles 19,881 

Rush William O. Headlee Rushville 20,148 

Scott James A. Boatman Scottsburg 58,881 

Shelby William Everson St. Paul 8,307 

Spencer J. W. Strassell Rockport 26,491 

Starke John W. Dunn Knox 22,407 

St. Joseph Wiinam Clem South Bend 10,431 

Steuben Homer Dilworth Angola 15,219 

Sullivan Richard Park Sullivan 26,005 

Switzerland E. E. Scudder Vevay 11.840 

Tippecanoe Edward C. Crider Lafayette 38,657 

Tipton Larkin D. Summers Tipton 19,116 

Union Clarence W. Osborne College Corner, 6,748 

Vanderburgh James F. Ensle Evansville 71.769 

Vermillion E. E. Helt Clinton 15,252 

Vigo Charles F. Grosjean Terre Haute 62.035 

Wabash John W. Levvis Wabash 28.235 

Warren Wm. J. Bader Willlamsport 11.371 

Warrick Andrew J. Hopkins Boonville 22.329 

Washington Joseph C. Bush Salem .• 19.409 

Wayne Charles W. Jordan Richmond 38.970 

Wells Arthur R. Huyette Bluffton 23,449 

White Henry J. Reid Monticello 19.138 

Whitley George H. Tapy Columbia City 17,328 


ANDERSON, Madison Co., pop.. 20.178. 
Anderson Business College; bus. and stcu.; 
W. H. Carrier, Pros. 

ANGOLA, Steuben Co., pop. 2.141. 
Tri-State Normal College; nor.; co-ed.; pri- 
vate; est. 1884; L. M. Sniff. A. M., Pres. 

BLOOMINODALE, Parker Co., pop.. 505. 

Friends' Bioomingdaie Academy; prep, co- 
ed.; Friends; Andrew F. Mitchell, Prln. 

BLOOMINOTON, Monroe Co., pop.. 6,460. 

Indiana University; unlv, ; state; co-ed.: non- 
sect.; est. 1820: William Lowe Brjan. 
Ph. D., Pres. 

Indiana University, School of Law; law; co- 
ed.; state; est. 18-12; George L. Roln- 
hard. Dean. 

Stenographic Practical Training School; sten.; 
ro-ed.; est. ISOS; Miss Jossio M. Little. 

BRAZIL, Clay Co., pop. 7.786. 
Brazil Business University; bus. and sten.; 
est. 1900; B. A. Miinson. B. S.. B. A.. 

COLLEGEVILLE. Jasper Co., pop.. 20. 

St. Joseph's College; toys' boarding; R. C; 
Atipust Scifirt. Prln. 
CORYDON, Harrison Co., pop.. 1.610. 

Ohio Valley Normal College; normal; private; 
co-ed.; E. S. Uallett. Prea. 
CRAWFORDSVILLE, Montgomery Co., pop.. 6.- 

Crawfordsville Business College; bus. and 

sten.; A. J. Hall. Pres. 
Wabash College: col.; men; Presb.; est. 1832; 
Rev. Wm. P. Kane, D. D.. Pres. 
CULVER, Marshall Co., pop.. 505. 
Culvor Military Academy; military; non-sect.; 
Col. A. F. Fleet, Prln. 
DANVILLE, Hendricks Co., pop. 1.802. 
Central Normal College; normal; private; co- 
ed.; A. J. Klnnaman. Pres. 
EGE LA OTTO. Noble Co.; pop. 60. 

Immaculate Conception School; prep.; men; 
R. C; Rev. F. P. Faust. Pres. 
ELKHART, Elkhart Co., pop.. 15.184. 

International Business College; Ims. and sten. ; 

Ira K. inilott. Mniiagfr. 
Middleton's Shorthand Institute; closed. 

EVANSVILLE, Vanderburg Co., pop., S8.007. 
Coh.mbian Commercial College; bus. and sten.; 

.'St. IS-Vi; M. P. Akers. Pres. 
Lockyear's Business College; bus. and sten.; 

M. H. Lockyear. Pres. 
St. Joseph's Academy; prep.; co-ed.; B. 0.; 

(St. 18.'>8; Sister Mary Albertine, Prln. 
FAIRLAND. Shelby Co.; pop. 613. 

Manual Training Academy; prep, and man- 
ual: nuiisr.t.; (M.-fd.; B. F'. Macklan. 

FAIRMOUNT, Grant Co., pop.. .3.205. 
Fairmount Academy and Normal 

j.n'i' : «<».<i.: Frl.Muls: est. ISSi; Daniel 

In'i'iii.-m. A<tliig Prln. 





FEBDIKAND, Du Boil, Co., pop.. 627. 

Academy of the Immaoulate Gonoeption; girls* 
boarding; R. C; Sister M. Salesia, O. S. 
B.. Prln. 

St. Augustine's Academy; girls' boording R. 
C; Sister St. Louise, Prln. 
FORT WAYNE, Allen Co., pop.. 45.115. 

Concordia College; col.; men; Lutb.; est. 
1839; Rev. Prof. M. Luecke, Director. 

Fort Wayne Art School; art; co-ed.; Albert 
E. Bulson. Jr.. Pros. 

Fort Wayne College of Medicine; med.; reg.; 
co-ed.; est. 1870; C. B. Stemen, M. D., 
LL. D.. Dean. 

Fort Wayne Ccnservatory of Music; music; 
co-ed.; est. 1871; C. F. W. Meyer, Direc- 

International Business College, bus. and 
sten.; T. L. Staples. Pres. 

St. Augustine's Academy; girls' boarding; R. 
C; est. 1845; Sister St. Louise. Prln. 
FRANKLIN, Johnson Co., pop.. 4.(K>5. 

Franklin College; col.; co-ed.; Bnpt.; est. 
1834; Rev. William T. Stott. D. D., 
GOSHEN, Elkhart Co., pop.. 7.810. 

Ooshen College; col.; co-ed.; MennAnite; N. 
E. Byers, B. S.. A. M.. Pres. 
OBEENCASTLE, Putnam Co., pop.. 3.661. 

De Pauw University; col.; co-ed.; M. E.; 
est. 1837; Rev. Edwin II. Hughes, S. T. 
D.. Pres. 
HANOVEB, Jefferson Co., pop.. 377. 

Hanover College; col.; co-ed.; Presb.; est. 
1833; D. W. Fisher. D. D.. LL. D.. 
HUNTINGTON, Huntington Co., pop.. 0.491. 

Huntington Business University; bus. and 
sten.; O. E. Hawkins. Pres. 
INDIANAPOLIS, Marion Co.. pop.. 169,164. 

Baptist University of Indiana; col.; co-ed.; 
Bnpt.; est. 1902; James C. Patton, D. D.. 
Pros.. 2225 Greenbrlar Ave. 

Butler College of the University of Indian- 
apolis: see Irvington (suburb of Indian- 

Central College of Dentistry; dert. ; co-ed.; 
est. 1897; M. F. Ault. D. D. S., Denn. 
School's announcement. — The Central Col- 
lege of Dentlstr.v. Indlsuui polls. Ind.. Is 
duly Incorpornted under the state lnws 
of Indiana. It has received recognition 
by the State Board of Dental Examiners 
and the boards of all other states In 
which Its diplomas have been presented. 
Member of the National Bojird of Dental 
Faculties, and conforms to the require- 
ments of that organization. It is one of 
the colleges recommended by the Na- 
tional Association of Dental Examiners. 
Has a complete corps of Instructors and 
course of Instruction, both didactical and 
clinical. Faculty Is complete and com- 
posed of experienced lecturers and clin- 
icians. The cllnlcjil course is excep- 
tionally full and fine In all lines. The 
tuition fee. $100.00 per terra. Gradua- 
tion fee. $10.00. For eatalopue and other 
Information address. Dr. C. A. BarnhlU. 

Sec*y. Central College of Dentistry. 

Central College of Music; music; co-ed.; Ed- 
ward Taylor, Director. 

Central College of Phjrsicians and Surgeons; 
med.; reg.; co-ed.; est. 1879; George 
E. Kuhlo, Dean. 

Classical School for Girls; girls* boarding; 
non-sect.; Mrs. May Wright Sewall, Prin. 

Indiana-Boston School of Elocution, Oratory 
and Dramatic Arts; elo. and or.; est. 
1879: Mrs. Harriet A. Prunk, Director. 

Indiana Central University; col.; co-ed.; Un 
Breth.: est. 1D05; J. T. Roberts. D. D., 
Pb. I).. Pres. 

Indiana Correspondence College; corresp.; 
Robert J. Aley, Ph. D., Prin. 

Indiana Dental College, University of Indian- 
apolis; dent.; co-ed.; est. 1879; George 
E. Hunt, D. D. S., Dean. 

Indiana Kindergarten and Primary Normal 
Training School; normal kind.; women; est. 
1882: Eliza A. Bl.iker. Prln. 

Indiana Law School, University of Indianap- 
olis; law; co-ed.; est. 1894; James A. 
Rohbach. A. M.. LL. B.. Dean. 

Indiana Veterinary College: vet.; est. 1892; 
Ferdinand A. Mueller. V. S., Sec, 810 
B. Market St. 

Indianapolis Business University; bus. and 
sten.; E. J. Heeb, Pres. 

Indianapolis College of Law; law; co-ed.; est. 
1897; E. J. Heeb, Sec. When Bldg. 

Indianapolis Commercial College; bus. and 
sten.: A. Bowser, Pros. 

Indianapolis Conservatory of Music; mus. ; 
ro-ed.: est. 1807: Edgar M. Cawley. Di- 

Indianapolis Normal School; normal; state; 
co-ed.; M. E. Nicholson. Pres. 

Indianapolis Piano College; music; co-ed.; 
James M. Dungan. Director. 

John Herron Art Institute; art; co-ed.; est. 
1901; conducted by Art Association of 
Indianapolis, Mrs. Addison C. Harris, 

Knickerhacker Hall; girls' boarding; P. E. ; 
Mrs. Yerkes, Prln. 

Medical College of Indiana; med.; reg.: co- 
ed.; est. 1860. Henry Jameson, M. D., 

Metropolitan School of Music: music; co-ed.; 
est. 1805; Oliver Wlllaid Pierce. Di- 

National Correspondence Schools; corresp.; 
E. J. Heeb. Pres.. When Bldg. 

National Technical Institute of Indianapo- 
lis; tcfb.: co-ed.: non-sect.; Rev. S. C. 
Dickey. Sec. 118 Monument Place. 

Physio-Medical College of Indiana; med.; 
pbyHl()-m»(l. : «o-ed. : est. 1873; Cyrus N. 
Ilan.Ul. M. 1).. Pres. 

School's announcement. — Having bought 
the building with fire acres of ground 
formerly owned by Butler University, 
the college will hold its future sessions 
In the same. Laboratories complete. Fac- 
ulty progressive and thoroughly Physlo- 
Med1<jil. Well-establlsbed and recog- 
nized. A four years' course of seven 
months each. For in form i:t Ion apply to 
tbe Secretary. 





8t. Agnes AoAdemy; prep.; co-ed.; B. C; 
Sister M. Raphael, Prin. 

Bt. John's AoAdtmy; girls' boarding; B. 0.: 
Slater St. Ligaorl. Prin. 

St. Joseph's Institnte for Yonng Men; prep.; 
boys'; R. C; Brothers of the Sacred 

St. Mary's Academy and School for Girls; 
girls' boarding; R. C; Sisters of St. 

St. Patrick's Academy for Oirls; girls' board- 
ing; R. C; Sisters of Providence. 

Bt. Patrick's School; prep.; boys; R. G.; est. 
1870; Brother Albert. Prin. 

Sanderson School of Practical Business; bus. 
and sten.; co-ed.; est. 1900; Laura A. 
Sanderson. Prin., Big Four Bldg. 

Shorthand Training School, The; bus. and 
sten.; est. 1893; S. H. Bast. Prin. 

Tudor Hall; girls' boarding; non-sect.; est. 
1902; Miss Fredonia Allen. Ph. B.. Prin.. 
1530 N. Meridian St. 

University of Indianapolis; comprises the 
Medical College of Indiana, Indiana Den- 
tal College, Indiana Law School of In- 
dianapolis, and Butler College at Irving- 
ton; George B. Hunt, Sec, 131 E. Ohio 

Yories's Business Gollege; bus. and sten.; 
Henry D. Vories, Pres. 

Winona Technical Institnte; Trade school; 
co-ed.; est. 1903; W. C. Smith, A. B., 
□tVINOTON, Marion Co., pop.. 1,799. 

Butler College; col.; co-ed.; Christ.; est. 
1855; Winfred E. Garrison, Ph. D., Pres. 
JASPEB, Dubois Co.; pop. 1.863. 

Jasper College; pre. and bus.; men; R. C; 
est. 1890; Rt. Rev. Athanasius, O. T. B., 
D. D., Pres. 
KOKOMO, Howard Co.; pop. 10,609. 

Indiana Business College; bus. and sten.; co- 
ed.; est. 1902; O. S. Benjamin, Manager. 

Maplewood School; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.: 
Mrs. Sheridan Cox, Prin. 

St. Francis Academy; prep.; co-ed.; R. C. ; 
Francis Lordeman, Prin. 
LAFAYETTEE, Tippecanoe Co., pop., 18.116. 

LaFayette Business College; bus. and sten.: 
S. A. Drake, Pros. 

LaFayette Free Kindergarten and Industrial 
School; est. 1896; Mrs. Jessie Eden Mat- 
lock. Supt. 

Purdue ITniversity; tech.; co-ed.; state; est. 
1874; Winthropc Ellsworth Stone, A. M.. 
Ph. D., Pres. 
Purdue University, School of Pharmacy: 
phar. ; men; est. 18S6; Arthur L. Groos. 

St. Icnatius Academy; prop.; oo-cd. ; R. ('. : 
SlRter of Providence. Prin. 

Union Business College; bus. nnd ston.; S. A. 
Drake. Pres. 
LAPORTE, Laporte Co., pop., 7.113. 

Art College; pon art: r«st. 1880; I.. J. Mjir- 
lay. Pros. 

St. Rose's Academy; prep.: oo-od. ; tt C. : 
Sister of the Holy Cross. Prin. 
LAWRENCEBURG. Dearborn Co.. pi>p. 4..'?2o. 

St. Lawrence Select School: prep.; co-ed.; H. 

C; est. 1867; Rev. J. F. Sondennann. 
LIMA, La Orange Co., pop., 578. 

Howe School; boys' boarding; P. B.; Jtthn 
H. McKenzie. Prin. 
LOOANSPORT, Cass Co., pop., 16.204 

Logansport Business College; bus. i>" 'mi.. 
MADISON, Jefferson Co.; pop. 7,835. 

Indiana Business College.; bus. and sten.; 
co-ed.; C. Booth, Prin. 
MARION, Grant Co., pop. 18.337. 

Marion Business College; bus. and sten.; J. 
D. Brunner. Pres. 

Marion Law School; law; co-ed.; est. 1887; 
G. L. Henry, Dean. 

Marion Normal College; normal; private; co- 
ed.; non-sect.; est. 1892; Chauncey W. 
Boucher, B. S., Pres. 
MEROM, Sullivan Co., pop., 478. 

Union Christian College; col.; co-ed.; Christ.; 
est. 1S50; C. D. Jones, Pros. 
MICHIGAN CITY, La Porte Co.. pop., 14.850 

Michigan City Business College; bus. and 
Rten.; co-ed.: Prof. Ewing. Prin. 

St. Mary's High School; prep.: co-ed.; R. C; 
Sister Mary Acqulnata, Prin. 
MOORES HILL, Dearborn Co., pop., 338. 

Moores Hill College; col.; co-ed.; M. B.; est. 
1856; Fnuik (Marc English. D. D., Pres. 
MUNCIE, Delaware Co., pop.. 20.942. 

Indiana Business College; bus. and sten.: 
co-ed.; Charles C. Crlng, Manager. 

Muncie Business College; bus. and sten.; J 
Westbrook Howard. Pres. 
NEW ALBANY, Floyd Co., pop., 20,928. 

New Albany Business College ; bus. and sten. ; 
eat. 1865; I. G. Stnink, Pres. 

St. Mary's Academy; bus. and sten.; Sister 
M. Bona Ventura. Pros. 
NORTH MANCHESTER, Wabash Co., pop.. 2.- 

Manchester College; prep.; co-ed.; Ger. Bapt.; 
H. P. Abaugh. Prin. 
NOTRE DAME, St. Joseph Co.. pop.. 750. 

St. Mary's Academy; girls' bonrdlng; R. C. : 
Mother M. Pauline. Prin. 
School announcement. — St. Mary's College 
rind Academy. Notre Dame. Ind.. one mile 
west of Notre Dame University. Con 
ducted by the Sisters of the Holy Cross. 
Chartered»5. Ideal location. National 
patronage. Tliorouph English. Classical. 
Sclentlttc. and Commercial Courses. Ad- 
van<'ed Chemistry. Pharmacy and Modem 
Languages. Students prepared for Col 
l»'Plate and Sp<M lal Courses. Conserva 
tory of Music and Art School and well 
(Hiulpp«'d Gymnasium. For Catalogue and 
spot lal Information address. The Direct 
ress. St. Mary's Ao.idomy. Notre Dame. 

University of Notre Dame; col.; men; R. C. 
ost. 1S42: John (\ivananph. Pres. 

University of Notre Dame, College of Phar 
macy: phar.; ni«Mi: oat. ISOS; I. V. S. 
Stniiislnns. I)t»an. 

University of Notre Dame, Law Department 
law: men; William Iloynes. LL. D. 





OAKLAKD CITY, Oibson Co., pop.. 1.991. 
Oakland City Collet; prep.; co-ed.; Ger. 
Bapt.; W. P. Dearing, Prin. 
OLDENBUBO, Franklin Co., pop., 957. 

Aoademy of the Immaculate Conception; 
girls' boarding; R. C; Sister M. Veron- 
ica, Prln. 
PT.ATNTIELD, Hendrioks Co., pop., 909. 
Central Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; Friends; 

Prof. Cosan, Prin. 
Sugar OroTO School; girls' boarding; Friends; 
Laara E. Steer, Prln. 
PLYMOUTH, Marshall Co., pop.. 3.666. 
St. Michael's Academy; prep.; boys' boarding; 
R. C: Sister M. Pulcberia. Prin. 
RICHMOND, Wasme Co., pop.. 18.226. 

Earlham College; col.; co-ed.; Friends; est. 
1846; Robert Lincoln Kelly. Ph. M.. 
Richmond Business OoUege; bus. and sten.; 
O. B. Fnlghum, Pres. 
ROCHESTER, Fulton Co.; pop. 3.421. 

Rochester College ; prop. ; co-ed. ; non-sect. ; 
W. H. Bonta. Pres. 
ST. MARY'S, Yigo Co., pop.. 175. 

St. Mary of the Woods Academy; girls' 
boarding; R. C; est. 1840; Sister Su- 

ST. MEIKRAD, Spencer Co., pop., 525. 

St. Meinrad College; theoL; men; R. C; est. 
1857; A. Schmitt. O. S. B. 
SOUTH BEND, St. Joseph Co., pop. 85.999. 
Intemationl Business College; bus. aud stcn.; 

est. 1904; M. D. Puterbaugb, Manager. 
St. Joseph's Academy; girls; boarding; R. C; 

Sister of the Holy Cross, Prin. 
South Bend Commercial College; bus. and 
sten.; W. T. Boone, Pres. 
BPICELAND, Henry Co., pop.. 590. 
Spieelaad Academy; prep.; co-cd.; Friends; 
Homer H. Cooper. A. M., Supt. 
TERRE HAUTE, Vigo Co., pop.. 36.673. 
Brown's Business College; bus. and sten.; 

M. M. Link. Prln. 
Indiana State Normal School; normal; state; 

co-ed.; Wm. W. Parsons. Pres. 
Rose Polytechnic Institute; tech.; men; est. 

1874; Carl Leo Mees. Ph. D.. Pres. 
Wahash Business College; bus. and sten.; 
est. 1902; M. K. Akers. PHn. 

UPLAND, Grant Co., pop., 1.208. 
Read Theological Seminary, Taylor UniTers- 

Ity; theol.; M. E.; est. 1896; A. R. 

Archibald. D. D., Dean. 
Taylor University; col.; co-ed.; M. E.; est. 
1846; ReT. C. W. Winchester, A. M., D. 
D., Pret. 
VALPARAISO, Porter Co., pop.. 6.280. 
Dodge's Institute of Telegraphy; tel.; George 

co-ed.;- est. 1874; George M. Dodge, Pres. 
Northern Indiana Commercial College; bus. 

and sten.; H. B. Brown. Pres. 
Northern Indiana Law School; law; co-ed.; 

est. 1879; Mark L. De Motte, A. M.. 

Northern Indiana Normal School; normal; 

private; co-cd.; H. B. Brown, Pres. 
Northern Indiana School of Pharmacy; phar.; 

co-ed.; est. 1893; J. Newton Roe, Dean. 
Polk's School of Piano Tuning; piano tuning; 

co-ed.; est. 1900; C. C. Polk, Prln. 
Valparaiso College; see Northern Indiana 

Normal School. 
Valparaiso School of Photography; photogra* 

pby; est. 1902; A. H. Beading, Prln. 
VINCENNES, Knox Co., pop., 10,249. 
St. Rose Academy; girls' boarding; R. C; 

Sister St. Cyrilla. Prin. 
Vincennes University; col.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 

est. 1806; Horace Ellis. Ph. D., Pres. 

WESTFIELD, Hamilton Co., pop.. 670. 
Union High Academy and Business College; 
bus. and stcn.; Irvin Stanley, Pres. 

WINONA LAKE, Kosciusko Co.; pop. 166. 

Winona Academy for Boys; boys' boarding; 
non-sect.; est. 1906; Rev. S. C. Dickey. 
D. D.. Pres. 

Winona Agricultural Institute; agri; men; 
non-sect.; est. 1902; Rev. J. C. Brecken- 
rldge, Prin. 

Winona Park School for Young Women; girls' 
boarding; non-sect.; est. 1905; Miss Lot- 
tie E. Granger. Prln. 

Winona Summer School; summer; co-ed.; est. 
1895; Rev. S. C. Dickey. Pres. 

Winona Training School; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; H. S. Lehr. Pres. 
WOLF LAKE. Noble Co.; pop. 284. 

Industrial School; prep, and indust.; co-ed.; 
Seventh D. Adv.; Ellsworth A. Kern, 


Population, 391,960. School census, 156,190. School age, 5-21. 

Indian Territory is the thirty-ninth of the states and territories of the Union 
in point of population, having a total of 391,960 inhabitants, of whom 302,680, or 
77.2 per cent, are white. Of this number 4,768, or 1.2 per cent, are foreign born. 
The percentage of illiteracy of the entire population is 19 per cent, the territory 
ranking thirty-eighth in this respect. The educational system of the territory 
is under the control of the Department of the Interior, and comprises a Superin- 
tendent of Schools, together with a school inspector in each of the various nations. 

John D. Benedict, Superintendent of Schools Muskogee 

George Beck, President Tishomingo 


Nation. Inspector's Name. Address. Schools. 

Creek Alice M. Robertson Muscogee 68 

Cherokee Benjamin S. Coppock Tahlequah 

Choctaw Calvin Ballard South McAlester ... 

Chickasaw George Beck Tishomingo 



ARDMOBE, ChiokAsaw Nation, pop.. 5,681. 
Harirrove Gollege; prep.; co-ed.; M. E. So.; 
est. 1805; Rev. J. M. Cross. D. D.. Pres. 
Selvidge Business College; bus. and stcn.; 
est. IDOO; G. P. Selvidge, A. M., Pres. 
ATOKA, ChocUw Nation, pop.. 1.150. 
Murrow Indiana' Orphan Home; mission school 
for Indians: Edwin H. Rlshel. Gen. Mgr. 
BACONE, Creek Nation; pop. 74. 

Indian ITniversity ; prep.; ro-ed.; Baptist; 
est. 1880; John H. Scott. A. B.. Pres. 
CAMEBON, Choctaw Nation, pop., 316. 
Cameron Presbyterian Institute; prep.; co- 
ed.; Presb.; W. S. Lacy. Prln. 
CHELSEA, Cherokee Nation, pop.. 566. 
Chelsea Academy; prep.; co-ed.; Cumb. Presb.; 
Thomas L. Bates, Prln. 
HILLSIDE, Cherokee Nation; pop. 72. 
Friends Bki-a-took School; mission school for 
Indians; co-ed.; Friends: est. 1887; Dan- 
iel WInslow Lawrence. B. S., Supt. 
AABBLE, Cherokee Nation; pop. 21. 
Dwight Miaaion; mission school for Indians; 

co-ed.; Presb.: est. 1820; Rev. Frederick 
L. Scbaub, Supt. 

MITSCOOEE, Creek Nation, pop.. 4.254. 

Henry Kendall College; col.; co-ed.; Presb.; 

est. 1894: Rev. A. Grant Evans. Pres. 
Bpaulding Female College; girls* boarding; 

M. E. So.; est. 1881; Rev. Theo. F. 

Brewer, A. M., Pres. 

OAK LODGE, Choctaw Nation, pop.. 40. 
New Hope Female Academy; burned 1896. 

PBYOR CREEK, Cherokee Nation, pop., 495. 
Pryor Creek Collegiate Institute; prep.; co- 
ed.: non-sect.; H. S. Bruce, Prln. 
RYAN, Chickasaw Nation, pop.. 1,000. 

Ryan Educational Institute; prep.; co-ed.; 
non-sect.; II. P. Walker, Prln. 
TAHLEQUAH, Cherokee Nation, pop.. 1,482. 
Cherokee Academy; prep.; co-ed.; Bapt.; est. 
1885; Rev. Walter J. Pack. Ph. B., Pres. 

VINITA, Cherokee Nation, pop.. 2,339. 
WiUie HalaeU CoUege; prep.; co-ed.; H. B. 
80.: Rev. 0. L. Browning. Prln. 


Population, 2,231,853. School census, 723,347. School age, 5-21. 

Iowa is the tenth state of the Union in point of population, having a total of 
2,231,853 inhabitants, of whom 2,218,667, or 99.4 per cent, are white. Of this num- 
ber 305,782, or 13.7 per cent, are foreign born. The percentage of illiteracy of 
the entire population is 2.3 per cent, the state ranking first in this respect. The 
educational system of the state is as follows : 


John F. Riggs, Superintendent of Public Instruction Des Moines 

J. C. Bennett, Deputy Superintendent Des Moines 


John F. Riggs, State Superintendent of Public Instruction, ex officio, Presi- 
dent Des Moines 

George E. MacLean, President of State University, ex officio Iowa City 

Homer H. Seerley, President of State Normal School, ex officio Cedar Falls 

O. J. McManus Council Bluffs 

Maria M. Roberts Ames 


Iowa has no State Text-Book Commission, the question of free, uniform text- 
books being optional with the school corporations except in counties having voted 
for county uniformity when the county board adopts for the several schools. 


John F. Riggs, President, ex officio Des Moines 

Under the constitution of this organization, each County Superintendent is 
made the Manager for his county; thus the County Superintendent becomes a 
supervisor of a course of reading for the teachers of his own county. The books 
are selected by a bpard of directors chosen from among the County Superintendents 
of the state, acting in conjunction with the Superintendent of Public Instruction, 
who is chairman ex officio of this board. The law requires the treasurer of each 
rural school corporation to set aside from the semi-annual apportionment not less 
than five cents for each person of school age for the purchase of library books. 
The board may increase the amount so set aside to fifteen cents for each one. 


T. T. McConnell, President Cedar Rapids 

Adam Pickett, Secretary Mount Ayr 

Northeastern Iowa Association, Supt. J. E. Vance, President Marion 




Northwestern Iowa Association, W. M. Stevens, President Sioux City 

Southwestern Iowa Association, H. H. Savage, President Denison 

Southeastern Iowa Association, H. C. Hollingsworth, Vice-President Albia 


CoQDtjr- Superintendent's Name. Address. Ooonty. 

Adair Mrs. EHla C. Chantry Greenfield 1649S 

Adams A. B.Lewis Coming 12,601 

Allamakee John E. Mills Waukon 1S»711 

Appanoose W. M. Speers Centerville 26,«7 

Audubon Arthur Farquhar Audubon 13.626 

Benton C. R. Lowe Vinton 25,177 

Black Hawk Chas. Elliott Waterloo 22,399 

Boone Ralph R. CObb Boone 28^ 

Bremer John T. Remick Waverly WOi 

Buchanan M. J. Goodrich Independence 21,427 

Buena Vista J. E. Durkee Sioux Rapids 16,975 

Butler Ida F. Leydig Allison 17,966 

Calhoun W. R. Sandy Rockwell City 13.669 

Carroll W. J. Barloon Carroll 20,319 

Cass Mrs. Bertha A. Johnson Atlantic 21^4 

Cedar Geo. H. Kellogg Tipton 19471 

Cerro Gordo P. O. Cole Mason City 20.672 

Cherokee Agnes J. Robertson Cherokee 164^0 

Chickasaw F. J. Conley New Hampton 17,017 

Clarke W. C. Davis Osceola 12,440 

Clay 'H. F. Fillmore Spencer 13,401 

Clayton C. J. Adam Eflkader 27,760 

Clinton CJeo. E. Farrell Clinton 43,832 

Crawford F. L. Hoffman Denison 21,686 

Dallas R. F. Wood Adel 23,068 

Davis Harvey O. Roland Bloomfield 15.620 

Decatur Eli Hutchinson Leon 18.116 

Delaware Frank D. Joseph Manchester 15.186 

Des Moines Howard A. Mathews Burlington 36J69 

Dickinson W. T. Davidson Spirit Lake 7,966 

Dubuque P. J. Schroeder Dubuque 56,403 

Emmett Maria Z. Plngrey Estherville 9.9S6 

Fayette R. H. Belknap West Union 29.845 

Floyd Frederick Schaub Charles City 17,754 

Franklin Samuel E. Campbell Hampton 14,996 

Fremont Mattie Lee A. Lair Sidney 18.546 

Greene A. J. Oblinger Jefferson 17.820 

Grundy J. D. Adams Grundy Center 13,767 

Guthrie M. P. Kenworthy Guthrie Center 18,729 

Hamilton L. N. Gerber Webster City 19.514 

Hancock A. M. Deyoe Gamer 18.762 

Hardin Mrs. Ella B. Chassell Eldora 22.794 

Harrison D. E. Bralnard Logan 25.697 

Henry •Annie B. Packer Mt. Pleasant 20.022 

Howard Helen L. Chapin Cresco 14.512 

Humboldt •Clarence Messer Humboldt 12.667 

Ida J. C. Hagler Ida Grove 12.327 

Iowa Howard T. Ports Marengo 14,544 

Jackson C. C. Dudley Maquoketa 28,616 

Jasper John B. Roberts Newton 26.976 

Jefferson Anna White Fairfield 17,487 

Johnson L. H. Langenberg Iowa City UJOl 

Jones Clifford B. Paul Anamosa 21.964 

Keokuk C. E. Miller Sigoumey 24,979 

Kossuth C. H. Belknap Algona 22.730 

Lee E. C. L3mn Ft. Madison 89,719 

Linn J. E. Vance Marlon 56.392 

Louisa C. R. Wallace Wapello 13,61i 

Lucas '. I^iura Fitch Charlton 16.126 

Lyon •A. W. Grisell Rock Rapids 18.166 

Madison •T. H. Stone WInterset 17.n0 

Mahaska Jas. P. Dodds Oskaloosa 

Marlon W^. H. Lucas Knoxvllle 







Mills , 




Montgomery . . , 





Palo Alto 















Van Buren 



Washington .... 




Winneshiek . . . . 




Superintendent's Name. Address. 

..Mary E. Hostetler Marshalltown . 

..♦W. M. Moore Glenwood 

..*Jay A. Lapham Osage 

..F. E. Lark Onawa 

..R. B. Spencer Albia 

.Mabel O. Hanna Red Oak 

..F. M. Witter Muscatine 

.Nellie Jones Primghar 

,.J. P. McKinley Sibley 

..Geo. H. Colbert Clarinda 

.Anna E. Odland Emmetsburg .. 

.1. C. Hise LeMars 

..U. S. Vance Pocahontas .... 

,.Z. C. Thornburg Des Moines 

.O. J. McManus Council Bluffs. 

,.P. A. McMillen Montezuma ... 

.Mrs. L. L. Richardson Mt. Ayr 

.H. C. Coe Sac City 

.J. H. Jacobs Davenport 

.Geo. A. Luxford Harlan 

.W. E. Chase Orange City.... 

.Ira C. Welty Nevada 

.D. E. Brown Toledo 

.H. S. Ash Bedford 

.Frank M. Abbott Creston 

.A. L. Heminger Keosauqua 

.Emma Nye Ottumwa 

.J. W. Radebaugh Indianola 

.Cora Porter Washington ... 

.Maud Elmore Corydon 

.Alfred L. Brown Ft. Dodge 

.•L.. C. Brown Forest City.... 

.Ellis J. Hook Decorah 

.•E. A. Brown Sioux City 

.O. E. Gunderson Northwood .... 

.Angus McDonald Clarion 

Pop. of 
. ...29»999 
... 8,725 



ACKWOBTH, Warren Co., pop.. 134. 

Aokworth Academy; prep.; co-ed.; Friends; 
Ada Ellis. Prin. 
AFTON, Union Co., pop. 1.178. 

Afton Normal and BusineM College; closed. 

AMES, Story Co., pop.. 2.422. 

Iowa State College of Agrloultnre and Me- 
chanic Aria; agr. and mecb.; state; est. 
186S; A. B. Storms. A. M.. D. D., Prcs. 

Iowa State College, Yeterinary Department; 
vet.; est. 18S4; Albert Boyton Storms, 
LL. D., Prcs. 

ABCABIA, Carroll Co., pop. 405. 
German School; prop.; co-ed.; A. Bemer, 

St. John's School; prep.; co-ed.; B. C; 
Franciscan Sisters. 
ASHTON. Osceola Co., pop. 513. 
St. John's Catholic School; prep.; co-ed.; B. 
C; Rev. J. P. Hoffman. Pres. 

ATKINS, Benton Co., pop. 200. 
ETangelical Lutheran College; prep.; co-ed.; 
Evan. Luth.; Ber. C. A. Krog, Pres. 

BALLTOWN, Dubuque Co., pop. 75. 
St. Francis Academy; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; 
Rev. A. J. Bnbly. Prin. 

BODE, Humboldt Co., pop., 409. 

Lutheran High School; closed. 
BOONE, Boone Co., pop.. 8.880. 

Sacred Heart School; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; 
Sister Superior. Prin. 

BBEDA, Carroll Co., pop. 395. 
St. Bernard's School; prep.; co-ed.; Rer. 
Lnersman, Prin. 

BUBUNOTON, Des Moines Co., pop., 23.201 
Burlington Institute; closed permanently 1901 
Elliott's Business College; bus. and sten.; est. 

1879; G. W. Elltott, Pres. 
First German Evanifelical School; prep.; co- 
ed.; Evan. Luth.; Charles Franke. Prin 
Our Lady of Lourdes Academy; prep.; co 
ed.; R. C; est. 1875; Sister Mary OllTla 
St. Cecilia's Academy; prep.; girls; R. C. 

Sister M. Navies. Superior. 
St. John's German Catholic School; prep.; co- 
ed.; R. C; Father Alpbonse, Prin. 

CALMAB, Winneshiek Co., pop. 1.003. 
St. Alojrsius Academy; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; 
Sister M. Ursula. Superior. 

CABROLL. OarroU Co., pop. 2.882. 
Mt. Cannel Academy; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; 
Sister M. Adolphine, Superior. 





Bt. Jmuph'i iebool; prep.: B. C; FraDcto- 

eaD Bisters. 
it. Pfitu'« ADd fAuri School^ prep<i B^ C. ; 
8Jist*»r SupL'rtor, 
CASOM}£t Dubuqiu C«., papl L£06, 
St. Mu'tm't iioftdsm;; prt-p. ; co-»d.; E«v. L. 

Bt. Mmrj'ft Ao*4flmf: prep.: ci»-ed. ; E. Q,*, 
Eer. J. B* Albcrti, Pree* 
OEDAE FALLf, BU«k Hnvk Oo,. pop.. 0.S19. 
law A Btt,tfl KgrmmJ Sgiiool; norpaai; sttt?; CO" 
ed; eat. lB7tt; B- H. Seerlcy, I'res. 
0£DAB KAPiDBt Liiu Co., pop.. 25.000. 
C«diur EapLdi Baiinui CkiUefe; kus. «iid 
liteij.: eit. ISTO: Auatla K. Falmer. Ptei, 
Cm DaU«^; cot; co-p<L; Freetiir,; «flt. 1S81; 

W. WiJberforeij Sinttli. Pre*. 
late^'Btate' SoJaoaU ; bus., vmt. , u ud c Lvll 
service- est, imii W, t.. Hofl, Pre*. 
BoJionri uttiaiuiiOQmaiJat. — We pfii£iare &p* 
yll4.>iiuta bj? uiPll for teacjilnjf a ad com- 
Qienliil [jUTBuUi, alio for tte entrance 
ej^aaUuiktlDU for All poiltlons comlp^; ud- 
Ut'T th^. claiislfled Civil Servh^, mokln^ a 
apeeUily of the RallwAj Mall. PosUl 
and CPBtOED Uouae brauchi?a of tbe Serv- 
ice, Our students have fcrmei] tlie habit 
of securing the biBlieBt grades aud re* 
t>elvli)e tbL' &T»t uppoLiitmebta iJH nearly 
(?verjf atate. 
Bt. Joaftph'a Acftdemr; prep; co-ed.; &. C^; 
Slater Mary A^atba. Boperlor. 
CHA&LZB CITY, Flojd C«.. pop.. 4,S27. 
Aaadtmy of tb« Ivmi&QiilAt« GonoeptLon; 
prep.; co-ed,: K* C; Rev. P. J. Me- 
Grath, Prtn. 
diArlH City Ootlsffl: €ol. ; co-ed. i M. 09.; 
emt. imii F. E. Blracli. D. D,, Pres. 
CHAS.TER DAK, OrAwford Co., pop. n2. 
Qarnuji Faroobiai Bobool; prep.; co-ed.; 
LuUi.: Uev. A. Amsteln, Prln. 
CHAmLCTTEi CUnton Co,, pop. 2G0. 

Ovridaii Xuthenu Paroohial BqJiooI; prep, ^ co- 
ed.; ErsB, LutJi.: rtev. H. NHlmatid. 
CKAEITON, Luoaa Co., pop. 3,089. 
fiUokbura'A Aoidomy^ pc^P-l eo-ed.; Rev, 

Blflckburm, Prln. 
Cltaiiton CofDmorolni OoUofo; boa. a ad cUn.: 
?*t. 1&U4; J. W. O'Bryan. Prop, 
CIJLEE, WAbiter Co,, pop. S74. 
Bt. M&ttliaw'i Boliool; peep.; co-ed.; &> C; 
PreaeutDtloc Nuna. 
CLABEKCE, Cedar Co., pop. OTG. 

Oorm&o EvaafffiUsaL St. John* a Bobool; pr^p. ; 
ro-cd.; Bvhb. Latli.; C. ScJialnj^Utrut, 

CLUTTOK, Clintoo C«.. pop.. 23.0^, 
Clinton Buai^«aj, Collnte; ^ii«- ^tid ateQ'; B. 

J, Heflln, Prea, 
OaimAiii Lutheran Parookinl School; prep.; 

co-ed.; Eran, Lutli.: F. Melcbert, Prio. 
Mount it. CUr* AoEdemr; fir Is' boAidlnf^ 

R, C; eat. 13&3; Kf other Blafdaler Sn* 

BftOrad HeftTt AtedeiiiTj prep.: co-ed.; B. C. ; 

Sister H. Monica. Superior. 
Bt. Vary' a fioboal; prep.; coed.: B. C; Sla- 

ter Mury luata. Prln. 
St. F&trlQk'i Acftdenty; prep,: co-ed.; B. 0.; 

sister M. LftLils, Supierfor. 
Wartburg CollBge; col.; men; LnUi.; tit. 

ISeS; O. Kraii<!liaar4 Prea. 
COLLEGE SPBXH08« Fftf» Co., pop. BSi3. 
Amity College; col.; co^ed.; non-aect.; emt* 

1ST2: Rev. R. T. Campbel). Prei. 
CORMINa, Adama Co,, pop., 2J4S. 
Cammg Academy; prep.; co-ed.; Preaby.; eat 

las^; T. H. Currena. A, B., Prln. 

COUHCIL BLTTEFS, FotUw&itamla C4,, popi.. 

Bt. FruDCiB Aciidemy; glrla' banrdltiK; B. O.; 

Sister Marj Cbloula. Prln. 
Bt* Joieph School; prep,; boy a; R. C; eat. 

ISSU; Very Bev% Patr^7k Bmytli, Pre*. 
Westam Ii^wa SusinQU OoUflre; bua. and 

sten.; fi. E. Wlatt, Pre*. 
CEEBGO, Howard Co., pop, 2,30e, 
Cresoo Normal Colltige: closed. 
St. Joteph's BcbDOh pre p.; R. C; Sinter 

Bftolfflcts Superior. 
Bobool of tbe Aaiumftiou; prep.; R. 0.; S1b< 

ter EBthalla. Superior. 
DAJfBUBY, Woodbury Co,, pop, 4S0. 

St. Patrick 'i Aoadenay; Irrep,; co^d.; B. C, ; 

Rev. T. Meugben, Prea. 
I^AVEKPOBT, Eodtt Co.. pop.. S5.2M. 

Academy of Immaculate Conoflption; iM^p.; 

B. C; SidtET Sl>iry Edkha, Superior, 
firown'a Buiineu Golltige; bus. »nd iter 

J. E, f^Qstaa, Bnpt. 
Davenport Iiiatltute; prep.; eo-ed.; Pod^Sect.; 

Alwll O. M, Mtieller. Prln. 
Davanp^rt KIndorffarten Sobool; primary; eo- 

cd.; Berth a Pet(?rson, Prln, 
Duncan 'a Davenport Bualneai CoUefe; btta. 

and steo.; eat. 1806; J. O. Duncan. Prtn. 
QermaU'Eugllah Bchocl; prep.; co-ed,: '* G* 

Pnllitier. Prln. 
Gerciiaa-Lutberan Zion Bchool; prep.; co-«d,; 

Lutb. ; Paul J. Bongc, Pr?B. 
BaiklA's Bckool; prep.; co-ed.; non-ae«t.; 

Lucy Jobnsoo. Prln. 
Ida KladorgartflU Institute; primary; co-ed.; 

Ida M. Burro we. Prln. 
Jonei' Natioual Bobool of Auotlonierlnf aad 

Oratory; men; cat. tftOi; Ci)l. Carey M. 

Jom*s, Fres. 
Power Bcbool of Knaio; mustc aod dram. 

«rt; eat, 1S04; Prank A. Power. Di- 
Bt, Ambrose College; tmya' boarding; B. C: 

Rev, J. T. A. Flanajran. PrtK- 
Bt. Catherine's 8«hoo] ; irlrls; {KxsrdlDf; F, 

B.; est. tm4'. Slstpr Esther. C, S. «., 

DECOBAH, Wliineablok Co., pop. t.24«, 

Deoorah Inttitutg; prep.; co-ed,; non-MCt.; 

Mra. J. Breckinridge* Pfiu. 
Immaoolate Conee^tiCD Academy; prep.; eo- 

ed.; R. O, ; Bister Mary Clare. Superior, 
Luther Collere; col.; men: Lutli.; eat. 1801; 

B«F. 0. K. Praoa, Fr««. 
DEKISDir. Crawford Co,, pop., 2,771. 

DeniaoQ Kormal and Buslnes* College; nor- 
mal; private; co-ed.; W. C, ITan Nen. 







Oerman Parochial Sohool; prep.; co-ed.; 

Evan. Lath.; J. Hilgendorf, Prin. 
St. Soae Academy; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; 

Rev. P. J. Farrelly, Prea. 

DENMARK, Lee Co., pop., 273. 
Denmark Academy; prep.; co-ed.; Cong.; 
est. 1843; Robert L. Baird, A. B.. Priu. 

DEB M0IKE8, Polk Co., pop., 62,138. 

Academy of the YUitation; prep.; co-ed.; 

R. C; Father Nugent, Pres. 
Capital City Commercial ColUfe; bus. and 

■ten.; W. H. McCauley, Pres. 
Capital City Telegraph Inatitute; teL; eat. 

1901; J. W. Belding. Mgr. 
Clarka'a School; prep.; co-ed.; non-aect.; 

Rachel 0. Clarke, Prin. 
Dea Moinea College; col.; co-ed.; Bapt.; eat. 

1806; James P. Stephenaon, Ph. D., Dean. 
Dea Moinea College of Dental Surgery, Drake 

Univeraity; dent.; co-ed.; eat. 18U8; Fred- 
erick Knott, D. D. S., Dean. 
Dea Moinea Muaioal College; mualc; co-ed.; 

W. L. Bartell, Director. 
Dea Moinea Sohool of Oratory and Engliah ; 

ela; Emma C. Pugh, Prin. 
Drake Univeraity ; unlT. ; co-ed.; Christ.; eat. 

1881; Hill McClelland Bell, A. M., Prea. 
Drake VaiTeraity, Oollaga of Madiotna; mad.; 

reg.; co-ed.; oat. 1886; Oarid S. Fair- 
child, M. D., Dean. 
Drake UniTorsity, College of the Bible; 

tbeol.; men; Christ.; Alfred Martin Hag- 
gard, A. M., Dean. 
Enna Conaenratory of Music; mus.; est. 1897; 

Em 11 Enna, Director. 
Grand View College; prep.; co-ed.; Bt. Lath.; 

Benedict Nordentoft, Prea. 
Highland Park College; nor.; private.; est. 

1889; O. H. Longwell, Prea. 
Highland Park College of Pharmaoy; phar.; 

co-ed.; eat. 1890; Sherman R. Ms'^y, 

Highland Park College of Law; law.; co-ed.; 

eat. 1898; John I. DlUe, LL. D., Dean. 
Hohenaohuh-Carpenter Sohool of Embalming; 

embalming; co-ed.; eat. 1891; Wm. 8. 

Carpenter, M. D., Pres. 
Holmes Optical College; ophthalmology; co- 
ed.; est. 1895; Harry P. Holmes, Pres. 
Iowa Bailiwaa OoUaga; boa. and aten.; eat 

1866; A. W. Aodley, Prea. 
Iowa College of Law, Drake VniTorsity; law; 

co-ed.; est. 1876; Cheater 0. Cole, LL. D., 

Iowa College of Pharmacy, Drake VniTtraity; 

phar.; co-ed.; est. 1883; Wm. StoTenaon, 

People' a Commeroial and Bowen Bnaineaa 

College; boa. and aten.; B. W. Bowen, 

Roifrok School of Mualo; muaic; co-ed.; eat. 

1904; Henri W. J. Bulfrok, Director. 
Still College of Oateopathy; osteop.; co-ed.; 

est. 1898; C. E. Thompson. A. M., D. 0., 

St. Ambroae Aeadamy; prep.; co-ed.; R. 0.; 

Slater M. Olympla, Soperlor. 
St. Joseph* a Academy; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; 

Slater Superior. 

DE WITT, Clinton Co., pop. 1,883. 
St. Joaeph'a Academy; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; 

Siatt'r M. Teresa, Superior. 
DEXTER, Dallas Co., pop., 796. 
Dexter Normal Sdiool; normal; atate; co-ed.; 

A. G. Smith, Prea. 
DOVOHEBTT, Cerro Oordo Co., pop. 126. 
St. Patrick'a School; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; 

Sister Mary Lerine, Superior. 
DTTBUanE, Dnbuftue Co., pop., 86.297. 

Academy of the Holy Ohoat; prep.; co-ed.; 

R. C; Slater M. Abondla, Superior. 
Academy of the Yiaitation; girla* boarding; 

R. C; Slater M. Aloyala Faherty, Prin. 
Bayleaa Bnaineaa College; bus. and aten.; C. 

Bayleaa, Prea. 
Ontler Bnaineaa School; bua. and aten.; Mra. 

Ida M. Cutler. Prin. 
German Theological Preabyterian Seminary; 

theol.; Men; Preab.; eat. 1862; Rot. Wil- 
liam Otis Ruston. Pres. 
Mt. St. Joseph College and Academy; girls' 

boarding; R. C; Sisters of Charity. B. 

V. M. 
Bt. ColnmbkiU's Academy; prep.; co-ed.; Rot. 

J. R. Togarty. Prin. 
St. Joseph's Academy; prep.; girls; R. C; 

Sisters of Charity. 
St. Joseph's College.; col.; men; R. C; est. 

1873; Very Rot. John P. Carroll. D. D., 

St. Mary's Academy; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; 

Rot. C. Johanice. Pres. 
St. Patrick's Academy; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; 

Rev. John Halpln, Pres. 
Bt. Paul's Erangelical Lutheran School; 

prep.; co-ed.; Bran. Luth.; Rot. Busse, 

St. Raphael's Academy; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; 

Rev. J. J. Toomey, Prin. 
Wartburg Seminary; theol.; men; Bran. 

Luth.; est. 1854; Prof. M. Tretsohel. A. 

M., Prea. 

DYEBBYILLE, Dubuque Co., pop. 1.323. 
St. Francia Academy; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; 
Rev. J. W. Heer, Prea. 
EAGLE GROVE, Wright Co., pop. 3.667. 
Saored Heart Sohool; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; 
Rev. John J. Garland, Prea. 
ELXADER, Clayton Co., pop. 1,321. 
St. Joaeph'a School; prep.; co-ed.; J. F. 
Rully, Prin. 
ELK HORN, Shelby Co., pop. 160. 
Elk Horn Lutheran College; prep.; co-ed.; 
Bvang. Luth.; est. 1878; Rev. Tb. N. 
Jerslld. Pres. 
EMMETBBUBG, Palo Alte Co., pop.. 2.361. 
St. Mary's College; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; 
Slater M. BmUy, Superior. 
EPWORTH, Dubuque Co., pop., 649. 
Epworth Seminary; prep.; co-ed.; M. B.; 
aat 180T; Ber. H. B. Da Bra, A. M., 
FAIRFIELD, Jefferaon Co., pop., 4,689. 

Fairfield Academy; prep.; co-ed.; R. A. 

Harkneaa, Prin. 
Paraana College; col.; co-ed.; Preab.; eat 
1876; WilUs Bdwarda Persona, Pres. 





FAIBBANK* Bucbmnmn Co.* pop. 044- 
A«ftii«mr of tho Immaeal&it Oonoflplton; 

ppep*j co-ed. 1 E* Q.\ Father W* F. JJora- 

ahue, Pres. 
FARLEYf Dulttiquft Cv., pop. ^1^, 

SlmteT M. l^'rfiiiclfi, an per lot, 

FAYETTE, E*yett6 Co., pop., ],31B. 
Upper l4Wii ¥Dlv«ntty; col.; co-ed.; M, E.; 
(.*t. lSt5T; WllKnra Arnold BhniikUi3, A. 

rESTIITA, Winmntlisk Co., pop. 141. 
St. Mary'i Ae&domy; prt'p. ; coed.; E. C. ; 

fOBEST CITY, Winnobi^o Co.» pop. 1.768. 
Wmlford Luthertn CffOfige: prep.; co-ed*; 
Luth.; li. W. Bop. Ptea. 
FOET DODaE* Webiter Co., pop,, 12,162, 

Corptii Christi AMdemy; prup.; d<Ked.; B. 

G. ; sutlers of Chnrlty, 
Btcred Hevxt Bchool; prup.; to-i^d.; R. C; 

SIstfra of Charity. 
Stp Faurs Lutheran Schfiol; pre'p.; eti-ed.: 

Lnlh.; II, Itcrginim, Priii. 
ToVtn OQllaffe; prrp^ nitd bus,; co-ed.; ODD- 
Htjct; C. V. FIndlnj, PHd, 
FT, MAHISOK, Lbb Co., pt>p- 0.27S. 
JobPMii'i BuiiDfiftt Cq'11c£«; bii9, and tteti.; 
N't Jobikftou, Prill, 
OERJCANTOWK, O'BHbij Co,, pop, 55. 
St, Jobn'i ETPJifQUoal Lutheran Bobcwl; 
pn^p, : ro'pd,; BTTun, Lutb,; N. G. Nuof- 
fiT. rrt5», 
GtXBEETSYILLE. Blaok H&wk Co., pop. 202, 
Academy of the Immnotilftte CoaoepiloB; 
prep.; coed,; R. C; Rev, Jobn Nem- 
mor», Prei. 
SLIDDEK, CaiTfll! Co., pop, T33. 
German BcJiool; prep.; eo-ed,; A, Mueller, 

GEAHP JinrCTIOH. (ir«ene Go., pop. 1.113. 

St, Mu-ya Afiadomy; prep,; co-ed.; R, O.i 
Slater Mnry Bercttmans,, Prln. 
QRINNEIX, Fotfeihiek Coi, pop,i t.SOO. 
Iowa CoUefti; col.; t*o-in\.; inm-MCt.; eat. 

ISIS; J II, T. Mfllll. Pr("9, 

OITTTEHBEEG, Clayton Go,, pfip, t,Q2(). 
St. Mary'* School; prep,; c«i-ed.'t J. H, Brent- 
man, Prln. 

RATEJtHlEE, MaiikiU Gop. pop, BR. 
St, Mux' a Infltitute^ pJ'^P^; H. C; Bev, J. 
M, Sell 1 net er, Prea. 
HOPKnfTOir, Belawaro Cfl., pop., TBI, 
Lenoa OoUefc; coL ; in-ed.; Pncab.; eat. 1SS#; 
F, W, GroiamiD, F7e«, 
HULL, flioui Co., pop , esa. 

Holt EdacatioBAl InttitaU; lOapeDded. 
HUMBOLDT, Humlioldt Co.. pop., lAU. 
HoJCabO'ldt DoUeffo; normal; prlrate; co-ed.; 
J. P. Peterijoii, A. ll„ Pree. 
DflDEFENBEIfCE, Bnchmnai} Co., pop.. 3.850. 
Hotrfl B&me Sominary ', prep. ; co-ed. ; R, C, ; 

S^Bter of Merry. Prin, 
St. Joiepb'a FafooMal Betaool; prep,; boyi; 
R. C; Father W, J. Welpck, Ptin, 

INDIAKOLA, Warrtid Go,, pop.. 3,201, 

SimpBon Go11«sb; eoL; co-ed.; M, B.; «•(. 
imi; Chua. Eldred Sbelton, Prea. 
IOWA CITY, Joknaoa Go., pop., 7,aS7, 
Iowa City Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non -aeet.: 

W. A. WUUfl, Prln. 
Iowa City Commerolal CoUece' bum* and 

■ten.; J. B. WUllame, Prei. 
Iowa City Co&Berratoiy of Muiic; mualc; oo- 

iKl.: C, Jay Smith, DlFettor. 
Bt. AffHtka'g Seminary; prep,; R, G.; Sliten 

of Cliarlty. 
Bt, Mary'i Sohool; prep.; R. C.; Re?. A* 

SeliiiUp, Prln, 
State ITniveraity of Iowa; unlT.; slate; co- 
ed.; nonfat it,; t-st, IB-IT; George B* Mae* 
Lean, hL, D„ Pr«e, 
Stats UnivorBitj of Iowa, Colltfe of Uentiit* 
ry; dent: co-ed.: eat. 18S0; William S. 
Hosford, D. D, £(.. Dean, 
State Unlvertity of lova, Golle^a of Hem«»* 
pathio Hediclne; med.; homeop.; eo-«d. ; 
cat, IS77; George Eloyal, M. D., Dean. 
State UnLiTertity of Iowa, College of Law; 
law; coed.; eut. 1S69; CliarlCR N, Orep- 
ory, A. M,, LL. D.. Denn. 
State UuiTeraity of Iowa, CoUoffa of Medl> 
Dine; raed.; re«.; co-ed.; eat. ISTO; J. R. 
aathrle, A. M., M, D., Dean. 
State UalTorilty of Iowa, Dajpartment of Pkar^ 
macyf phar.; co-ed.; eat 188B; Wllhw J, 
Vetera, Acdnt Dean, 
State Univeriity of Iowa, Bchool of A^pUaA 
Science; te<-h.; Ktote; co-ed.; La en a » Q, 
WH]d. B. S., M. A., Director. 
State ITniTenity of I^wa, Suminer Bcliool foir 
Library Traljiinf^; Hbrory ■clenee; co-ed.; 
eat. llHMi; Oef^^JTe K. MacLenn, Prea. 
UmTOnJity Buainea* Collate; bus, and et^ti. ; 
EMxnbcth Ii-Jab. Prln. 
IOWA FALLS, Hardin Co,, pop., 2,840. 

Elltwortli Colletre; prep.; co-ed.; noo^a^; 
fit, 1?<l>i>; Gi-OFfe S. Pureat, Prea. 
JEWELL, Hamilton Co,, pop.. 947. 
Jflwtll Lvthermn CoUer«: prep.: co-ir^d.r Lutb.; 
eat 1893; N. J. LoliTe, B. Ll, Ptea. 
KEOKUK. Lee Co., p.^p., 14. (Ml. 

Keokuk fiuttneu Itiitftute; bua. and «teP.; 

M, J, Mftlli'ry. Prea, 
IXeeknk CoUefe of Pbarmaoy; pbar.; co-^.; 

est, itKHl; O. D. Wfllker, M. D., Dean. 
Kaoknk Bental Colloga.; dent.; eo-ed,; #at, 

ISftT; B. C. ninkley, D. D. S., Dean. 
Keoknk Medical College.; mod.; reg.l co-«d,; 
eat. ISiO; Oliver D, Walker, M. D„ 
Bt. Yinoent'i Academy^ pi rim" boarding; R, 

C. : Stater Irene, Prln. 
Y, X, C, Ai High School: tech. and btia.; 
men.; est ISOS; W, A. Sw»tt, Bec, 
LAMOKT, Beoator Co., pop,. 1,&40. 

GraoeUnd OoUa^; oiL; co-ed.; 11 P. 8.; 
eat, ISPft; Rollund M, Bti^wart, B. A.« 
LABGHWDGD, Lyoa Co., pop, 450, 

Larchivood formal Golleg^tt: eloaed, 
LAWLEK, Ghiekaaaw Co.. pop. «M. 

Kt, Carijifll Parochial Sebool; prep,; co-ed.: 
BeT. Garrahan. Prln, 





LEO&AKD, Manhall Co., pop.. 408. 
Friends* Aoftdemy; prep.; co-ed.; Friends; 

J. H. Hadlej. Frln. 
Palmer College; col.; co-ed.; Christ.; est. 
18S0; Carl Sammerbell, Pres. 
LEMA&S, Plymouth Co., pop.. 4.146. 

Bt. Joseph's Academy; prep.; co-ed.; B. C; 

Rev. Fanersteln. Prln. 
Western Union Collofe; normal; private; co- 
ed.; Herman H. Thoren, Pres. 
LOWDEH, Cedar Co., pop. G44. 
Oerman-Enfflish Lutheran Sohool; prep.; co- 
ed.; Luth.; W. Schmidt. Prin. 
Evanfolioal Zion's Sohool; prep.; co-ed.; 
Evan. Luth.; P. Weming. Prln. 
LUZERNE, Benten Co., pop. 109. 
Evangelical Lutheran College; prep.; co-ed.; 
Evan. Luth.; A. T. Loudsmann. Pres. 
LYONS. Suburb of Clinton. 
Our Lady of Angels' Seminary; girls* board- 
ing; B. C; eat. 1872; Sisters of Charity 
of the B. y. M. 
St. Bonifaoe Academy; prep.; co-ed.; B. C; 
Rev. Joseph M. Fritz, Prin. 
MALLARD, Palo Alto Co., pop. 292. 
Bt. Joseph's Academy; prep.; co-ed.; B. C; 
Sister M. Jerome, Superior. 
KANCHESTEB, Delaware Co., pop. 2.887. 
Bt. Xavier's Academy; prep.; co-ed.; B. C; 
Sister Ursula. Superior. 
MANTT.LA, Crawford Co., pop. 773. 
German Parochial School; prep.; co-ed.; 
Evan. Luth.; Rev. C. A. Krog, Prin. 
MARCUS, Cherokee Co., pop. 718. 
Parochial Sohool; prep.; co-ed.; B. C; Sis- 
ters of Charity. 
MARION, Linn Co., pop. 4.102. 
Saored Heart Academy; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; 
Sisters of Mercy. 
MARSHALLTOWN, MarsfaaU Co., pop.. 11.G44. 
Central Iowa Buidness College; bus. and sten.; 

est. 1890; W. H. Gilbert. Prln. 
St. Mary's Institute; bus. and sten.; Mother 
M. Frances, Pres. 
MASON CITY, Cerro Gordo Co., pop., 6.746. 
Iowa Normal and Business College; nor. and 

bus.; H. J. Knapp, Pres. 
National Memoriia University; col.; co-ed.; 

G. A. R.; W. A. Morris. Sec. 
St. Francis Academy; prep.; R. C; Rev. 

Dean Carolan. 
Toland's Business University; bus. and sten.; 
Toland, Pres. 
MEYER, MitcheU Co., pop. 11. 
Meyer Parochial Sohool; prep.; co-ed.; Fath- 
er Wlrd. Prln. 
MOUNT PLEASANT, Henry Co., pop.. 4.109. 
German College; col.; co-ed.; M. E.; est. 

1873; Edwin S. Havighorst. Pres. 
Howe's Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 

est. 1844; S. C. Howe. M. S.. Prin. 
Iowa Wesleyan University; col.; co-ed.; M. 

E., est. 1844; John W. Hancher, Pres. 
Mt. Pleasant Academy; prep.; co-ed.; L. An- 
trim, Prin. 
MOUNT YERNON, Linn Co., pop.. 1.629. 
Conall College; coL; co-ed.; M. E.; est 

1857; Kev. Wm. F. King. D. D., LL. D., 
MUSCATINE, Muscatine Co., pop. 14.073. 

Leverioh Normal School; nor.; private; co- 
ed.; R. W. Leverich, Prin. 

Muscatine Business College; bus. and sten.; 
est. 1882; W. D. Peck. Pres. 

Bt. Mary's Academy; prep.; R. C; Sister 
Hyacinth. Superior. 

St. Mathias Academy; prep.; R. C; Sisters 
of Charity. 
NEOLA, Pottawattamie Co., pop. 

St. Joseph's Sohool; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; Sis- 
ter Superior. 
NEWHALL, Benton Co., pop. 160. 

Evangeliod Lu^eran College; prep.; co-ed.; 
Evan. Luth.; Rev. G. A. Matthaldess, 
NEW HAMPTON. Chiokaaaw Co., pop. 2.830. 

New Hampton Normal Sohool; nor.; private; 
co-ed.; T. J. Wormley. Prin. 

St. Marjr's Parochial Sohool; prep.; co-ed.; 
B. H. Forkenbrock. Prin. 

NEW HAVEN, MitcheU Co., pop. SO. 
St. Mary's Academy; prep.; co-ed.; II. C; 
Father Berry, ^n. 
NEW PROVIDENCE, Hardin Co., pop.. 268. 
New Providenoe Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
feet.; A. T. Styles, Prln. 
NEWTON, Jaaper Co., pop.. 8.682. 
Newton Normal College; normal; private; co- 
ed.; G. W. Wormley. Pres. 
NEW VIENNA, Dubuque Co., pop. 245. 
Bt. Bonifaoe Academy; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; 
Rev. T. W. Pape, Prln. 
NORA SPRINGS, Floyd Co., pop., 1.209. 
Nora Springa Seminary; prep.; m-pd.; 
Friends; est 1892; B. F. FUher. Prln. 
NORTH WASHINGTON/ Chickasaw Co., pop. 
North Waahington Parochial School; prep.: 
co-ed.; J. B. Probst, Prln. 
NORWAY. Benton Co., pop. 533. 
St. Michael's Sohool; prep.; co-cd.; Rev. Jo- 
seph Drexter. Prin. 
ORANGE CITY, Sioux Co., pop.. 1.457. 
Northwestern Classical Academy: prep.; co- 
ed.: Reformed; Philip Soulon. A. M.. 
OSAGE, Mitchell Co., pop.. 2.734. 
Cedar Valley Seminary: prep.; co-ed.: Bapt.: 
est. 1862; Thomas W. Todd. Ph. D., Prin. 

OSXALOOSA, Mahaska Co., pop. 0.212. 
Oskaloosa Business College; bus. and sten.: 

B. A. Wright. Pres. 
Penn College; ool.; co-ed.; Friends; est. 1873: 
A. Rosenberger. Pres. 

OSSIAN, Winneshiek Co.. pop. 670. 
St. Francis de Sale's Academy; prep.; co-ed.: 
R. C; Sister M. Hlldegard, Superior. 

OTTUMWA, Wapello Co., pop. 18.197. 
Ottumwa Commercial College; bus. and sten.; 

J. W. O'Bryan, Pres. 
Bt. Joseph's Academy; prep.; co-ed.; B. C: 
Mother Superior. 





PKLLA, lUrion Go., pop. 2.828. 
Gontral TTniTenity of Iowa; col.; co-ed.; 
Bapt.; est. 1863; L. A. Garrison, Pros. 
PERBY, Dalliui Co., pop. 8,986. 
Porry Nomml Ctollogo; normal; pclTate; 
co-ed.; est. 1892; W. M. Tarr, Prea. 
PLEASAKT PLAIN, Jefferaon Co., pop. 280. 
Pleasant Plain Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; 
Friends; B. H. Williams, B. S.. Prin. 
PBO'A'lVlNJS, Howard Co., pop. 186. 

Holy Trinity Catholio Sohool; prep.; B. C; 
Bev. Francis Urba, Pres. 
REXSEK, Plymouth Co., pop. 835. 
St. Mary's Aoademy; prep.; co^ed.; R. C; 
Slater Superior. 
BIVERSIDE, Washington Co., pop. 698. 
St. Mary's School; prep.; co-ed.; B. C; Sis- 
ter Mary Delphlne, Snperior. 
ROCKWELL, Cerro Oordo Co., pop. 830. 
Sacred Heart School; prep.; co-cd.; R. C; 
Sister M. Patrick, Superior. 

SAC CITY, Sao Co., pop. 2,079. 
Sao City Institute; prep.; co-ed.; Bapt.; G. 
W. Lee, Prin. 
ST. ANSOAR, MitoheU Co., pop. 698. 
St. Anagar Seminary and Inatitute; prep.; 
co-ed.; est. 1878; M. R. Andegaard. Pres. 
SALEM, Henry Co., pop. S48. 

Whittier College; prep.; co-ed.; Frienda.; 
Mile B. Rees, A. B.. Prin. 
SALIX, Woodbury Co., pop. 387. 
St. Joseph's Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; R. C. ; 
Rer. J. A. Griffin, Prin. 

SHENANDOAH, Page Co., pop. 3,573. 
Western Normal College; normal; private; 
co-ed.; J. M. Hassey. Pres. 

SIOTTX CITY, Woodbury Co., pop. 33,111. 
Brown's Business College; bus. and sten.; 

G. W. Brown, Jr., Pres. 
Epiphany Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; 

Sister Benedicta, Superior. 
Momingaide College; col.; co-ed.; M. B.; est. 

1894; W. S. Lewis. Pres. 
National Business Training Sohool; bus. and 

sten.; est. 1902; A. T. Bennett. Pres. 
St. Boniface's Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; R. 

C; Sister Theomllla, Superior. 
St. Joseph's Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; 

Sister Bdmmlda. Superior. 
Sioux City College of Medioine; med.; reg.; 

co-ed.; est. 1889; H. A. Wheeler, A. M., 

M. D.. Dean. 
"SPENCER, Clay Co.. pop. 3.095. 
Spencer Business ITnivorsity; bus. and sten.; 

non-8oct. : eat. 1!>03: E. E. Strawn, Pres. 
Toland's Business College: bus. and sten.: 

L. A. Toland, Prin. 
IPILVILLE. Winneshiek Co.. pop. S.'ie. 
St. Wennelan's Academj , prep. ; co-ed. ; R 

C; Sister M. FeriK'tuo ••rin. 

STORM LAHE, Buena "^^ta Co., pop. 3,160. 
Buena "^^ta College; col.; co-ed.; Preib.; 

est. 1891; E. B. Reed, Pres. 
TABOR, Fremont Co., pop. 084. 
Tabor College; cot; co-ed.; Gong.; est. 1866; 

George Norton Bills, A. M., Pres. 
TEMPLETON, Carroll Co., pop. 821. 
Saored Heart Sohool; prep.; co-ed.; B. C; 

est. 1884; Very Bev. B. A. Schulte, V. F.; 

TOLEDO, Tama Co., pop. 1,041. 
Leander Clark College; nor.; bus. and sten.; 

U. B.; est. 1856; Cyrus J. Kepbart, A. 

M., Pres. 
Sao and Fox Agenoy Sohool; Government In- 
dustrial school for Indians: W. O. MoUn, 

Western College; col.; co-ed.; U. B.; est. 

1856; Rev. L. Bookwalter, A. M., D. D., 


YAIL, Crawford Co., pop. 578. 
St. Ann's Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; 
Rev. James Murphy. Pres. 
YAN HORN, Benton Co., pop. 484. 

German Lutheran College; prep.; co-ed.; 
Luth.; F. A. Runhart. Pres. 
YINTON, Benton Co., pop. 8,499. 
Iowa College for Blind; Indust.; state; co- 

est. 1852; Thomas F. McCune, Supt. 
Tilford Collegiate Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; 
non-sect.; est. 1871; Thomas F. Tobin, 
A. M., Prin. 

WATERLOO, Blaok Hawk Co., pop. 12,680. 
Aoademy of Our Lady of Yiotory; prep.; co* 

ed.; B. C; Bev. M. Cooney, Pres. 
Waterloo Business College; bus. and sten.; 

A. F. Harvey, Pres. 

WAHKON, Allamakee Co., pop. 2.168. 
St. Patrick's Sohool; prep.; co-ed.; B. G.; 

Bev. P. Walsh, Prin. 
Waukon Business College and Normal Sohool; 

normal; private; co-ed.; W. S. Peck, 


WAYEBLY, Bremer Co., pop., 3,177. 

St. Bernard School; prep.; co-ed.; B. C.; 

Sister M. Ignatla, Prin. 
Wartburg Teachers' Seminary and Aoademy; 
prep.; co-ed.; Evan. Luth.; est. 1879; 
Rev. J. Lut2, Director. 
WEST BEND, Palo Alto Co., pop. 538. 
St. Joaeph'a Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; B. C; 
Sister M. Romana, Superior. 
WESTBRANCH, Cedar Co., pop. 617. 
Scattergood Seminary; prep.; co-cd.; Friends; 
Edmund S. Smith, Supt. 
WOODBINE, Harriaon Co., pop. 1.255. 
Woodbine Normal Sohool; normal; state; 
co-ed.; M. A. Reed, Prea. 
WORTHINOTON, Dubuque Co., pop. 288. 
St. Paul'a Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; 
Slater Worlleth, Superior. 


Population, 1470495. School census. 508,864. School age, 5-21. 

Kansas is the twenty-second state of the Union in point of population, having 
a total of 1,470,495 inhabitants, of whom 1,416.319, or 96.3 per cent, are white. 
Of this number 126,577, or 8.6 per cent, are foreign born. The percentage of 
illiteracy of the entire population is 2.9 per cent, the state ranking third in this 
respect. The educational system of the state is as follows: 


I. L. Dayhoff, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Topeka 

Frank R. Dyer, Assistant State Superintendent I Topeka 

Thos. J. Hayes, Bond Clerk Topeka 

Laura A. Payne, Statistician Topdoi 


I. L. Dayhofp, State Superintendent, President of Board Topeka 

J. M. Wilkinson, President of State Normal School Emporia 

Frank Strong, Chancellor of State University Lawrence 

E. R. Nichols, President of State Agricultural College Manhattan 

E. A. Shepardson, State Manual Training School Pittsburg 

H. M. CuLTER, County Superintendent, Norton County Norton 

0. G. Markham, Professor Latin, Baker University Baldwin 

J. R. Burrows, Secretary of State, President Topdoi 

1. L. Dayhoff, Secretary Topeka 

C. C. Coleman, Attorney General Topdn 

The State School Fund Commissioners manage, and have charge of the 
investment of, the state permanent school fund, the normal school permanent fund, 
the university permanent fund, and the Stormont Medical Library fund. 


Inslsy L. Dayhoff, Chairman Topeka 

W. B. Hall. Abilene George W. Winans Hutchinson 

A. B. Carney Concordia Joseph H. Hill Emporia 

WiLLARD Lyon Lincoln Frank Nelson Lindsborg 

D. O. McCray Topeka 

The State Text-Book Commission passes upon and selects the text-books to 
be used in the public and high schools of the state, in accordance with the state- 
uniformity law. Books are adopted for a period of five years. Those for the 
public schools of the state were selected in May, 1902; those for the high schools 
in 1904- 




[nsley L. Dayhofp, President Topeka 

F. W. Lennen, Sec'y Lyons L. A. Parke Lyndon 

J. M. GiLMAN, Treas Leavenworth J. H. Corbett Salina 

F. H. Harrin Mound City E. E. Brookens Smith Center 

Maud Ellison Cornelius Oswego T. O. Coons McPherson 

This board arranges and conducts systematic courses of reading and study 
for teachers along the lines of pedagogy and general culture. It also helps to 
organize the work of pupils' reading circles and suggests selections for school 
libraries throughout the state. 


D. M. Bowen, President Fort Scott 

Mary McCreary, Secretary Emporia 

W. C. Lansdon, Treasurer Fort Scott 


Coanty. Superintendent's Name. Address. Districts. 

Allen Olive Knowlton Tola 75 

Anderson L. R. McLellan Garnett 89 

Atchison O. O. Hastings Atchison 8? 

Barber P. L. Lake Medicine Lodge 89 

Barton C. R. Aldrich Great Bend 103 

Bourbon Miss Rose Allen F\)rt Scott Ill 

Brown C. W. Good Hiawatha 84 

Butler Chas. W. Thomas El I>orado 166 

Chase T. Q. Allen Cottonwood Falls 66 

Chautauqua C. W. Sneed Sedan 99 

Cherokee A. W. Mulllken Columbus 106 

Cheyenne Mrs. Winnie Lockard Crosby^t. Francis 69 

Clark B. A. Keath Ashland 52 

Olay C. S. Todd Clay Center 102 

Cloud Miss Julia M. Stone Concordia 115 

Coffey A. C. Lane Burlington 100 

Comanche Mrs. Anna H. Gray Coldwater 32 

Cowley Miss EXta Race Winfleld 153 

Crawford F. A. Taylor Glrard 127 

Decatur A. C. Banta Oberlin 100 

Dickinson E. S. McCormick Abilene 128 

Doniphan Chas. Vinsonhaler Troy 69 

Douglas C. O. Bowman Lawrence 86 

Edwards S. E. Countryman Kinsley 44 

Elk W. F. BIddinger Howard 89 

Ellis Wm. Grabbe Hays City 66 

Ellsworth N. E. Hagy Ellsworth 74 

Finaiey H. P. Nichols Garden City 41 

Ford T. C. Woodbury Dodge City 56 

Franklin J. B. Baker Ottawa 97 

Geary E. N. Hall Junction City 44 

Gove Miss Stella Mather Gove 45 

Graham H. F. Blackburn Hill City 79 

Grant Mrs. Jennie Binney Wil8on..Ulysses 11 

Gray Mrs. E. V. Miller Cimarron 36 

Greeley Fred LIppar Tribune 13 

Greenwood Thos. C. Peffer Eureka 115 

Hamilton Geo. E. BIcknell Syracuse 21 

Harper P. N. Heck Anthony 85 

Harvey E. C. Willis Newton 75 

Haskell A. J. Hedger Santa Fe 18 

Hodgeman Mrs. Lavlnda Sterrett Jetmore 46 

Jackson Oeo. Allen. Jr Holton 91 

Jefferson W. H. Rice Oskalooea 100 

Jewell Hugh Durham Mankato 163 

Johnson MIs.s Margaret McFarland..01athe 97 

Kearny Miss Lutle Bopp Lakin 13 

Kingman J. E. Boyer Kingman 95 





Gountj. Superintendent*! Name. Address. 

Kiowa N. T. Cox .Oreensburg 

L«abette Mrs. Maud E. Cornelius. . .Oswesro 

Lane H. S. Jennison Digrhton 

Leavenworth J. M. Oilman Leavenworth ... 

Lincoln A. J. Stanley Lincoln 

Linn F. H. Uarrin Mound City 

Logan W. H. Hoskinaon Russell Springs 

Lyon Robert L. Henderson Emporia 

Marion James A. Ray Marion 

Marshall Otis N. Berry Marysville 

McPherson T. O. Coona McPherson 

Meade Miss Ruth Bennett Jfteade 

Miami Miss Maude Davis Paola 

Mitchell Frank Thompson Beloit 

Montgomery B. W. Slater Independence ... 

Morris A. B. Robison Council Grove .. 

Morton Mrs. W. A. Olenn Richfield 

Nemaha W. T. Anderson Seneca 

Neosho C. W. Payne Brie 

Ness Miss Edith Salisbury Ness City 

Norton H. M. Culter Norton 

Osage L. A. Parke Ljmdon 

OBborne F. G. Scott Osborne 

Ottawa W. A. Ward Minneapolis 

Pawmee Miss Eula Doty Lamed 

Phillips C. M. Arnold Phillipsburg .... 

Pottawatomie Geo. T. Codding .Westmoreland .. 

Pratt Miss Mattie O. HlUiard Pratt 

Rawlins Frank N. Morgan Atwood 

Reno A. W. HaYnilton /Hutchinson 

Republic L. W. Nutter Belleville 

Rice F. W. Lennen Lyons 

Riley Miss Hannah A. Wetzig Manhattan 

Rooks H. R. Graham. Jr Stockton 

Rush E. M. Lank La Crosse 

Russell P. C. Smith Russell 

SaUne J. H. Corbett Salina 

Scott H. S. Rector Scott aty 

Sedgwick A. D. Taylor Wichita 

Seward Miss Nell Dillen Liberal 

Shawnee John R. Carter .Topeka 

Sheridan H. R. Turner Hoxie 

Sherman J- P- Phillips .Goodland 

Smith Edwin E. Brookens Smith Center .. 

Stafford ....; D. S. Mull St. John 

Stanton Mrs. Sarah R, Kriegh Johnson 

Stevens Cliff F. Bell Hugoton 

Sumner Geo. E. Hoslck Wellington 

Thomas Miss Bertha Showalter Colby 

Trego Mrs. C. D. Smith Wakeeney 

Waubaunsee Fred I. Hinshaw <Alma 

Wallace Miss Rosa Gilbert Sharon Springs 

Washington S. L. Lashbrook Washington 

Wichita Wm. S. Oldham Leoti 

Wilson Geo. L. Atkeson Fredonia 

Woodson John M. Markham Yates Center ... 

Wyandotte Chas. E. Thompson. Kansas City ... 

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ABILEinB, Diokinion Co., pop. 3.507. 

Mt. St. JoBoph's Aoademy; girls* boarding; 
R. C; est. 1877; Sisters of St. Jo- 
Ag-iTAVflAa CITY. Cowley Co., pop. 6.140. 
Park Bnsineu College; bus. and sten.; est. 
1902; B. H. Barrows, Pres. 
ATCHIBOK, AtohiiOB Co.. pop. 16,722. 
Atchison Buiinots College; bas. and iten.; est. 

1885; A. F. Heck. Prop. 
College Preparatory Bohool; prep.; co-ed.; 

non-sect.; est. 1896; Miss Marie Scofleld. 

Midland College; col.; co-ed.; Loth.; est. 

1887; Rev. Millard P. Troxell, A. M.. 

D. D., Pres. 
Mt. St. Boholastica Aoademj; girls' Doaraxng; 

R. C; est. 1863; Mother AloyslA. Preo. 





est, ISSft; RPT. Innocent WoJtf* O. 9. B.. 
StiitA Soldi«»' Orpha^uji' Hcim«; flUte; ccned. ; 

Mt. ISST: E. L. Einis. Sni^t. 
W«it4ni TbedogicAl SflEELiourr; tbcroL; men: 
^v. Lutb.^ ^0t. l§9ci; Frnnk D. Altman, 
A. M., D, D., Prea, 
BALDWUr, Bociflfts Cow [»p< I^OIT. 
Sakar 17iilv«T«itr E col.; co-ed. { It. H.^ est. 
1SS8; L. n. MurJln, D. D., 3. T. B.* 

Bohoori LDUoonoemftQt. — Tlili flnt col- 
lt>ff« Iti KADSni la ]<icnti>d uhant bsK wiy 
between KAnsAfl City and TopekB. imd 
betwoea Lawrence Bud otta^vji. Of oasy 
«Ccefl» for B.11 Kaneiis, MisBouri and Okta- 
bama pnlntB, Atnplj equipped ivlCh li- 
braries, laboratoKeB uiid ^ymnaBlulil. On A 
educated oyer IBhCKMJ ycmtig people. Col- 
l^fffip AcAdemk', NofiiinL Fine Art Ek^ 
l»rtmeat«; ScbooU of Military Selence 
And E^fileil Trilnltiff, FactiUy of 43 
members, and an uttendancci of 1.000 stu- 
denti, rcnrpspnting art^r 20 itatea Jind 
territories^ Baldwin fa an Ideal follf^Rc 
town, free from tern ptat Ions and dlntrnc- 
tlonfl. ExpcuieB nro tDoderato. 
BEL0I1!p IfitubAll C&., pop. 2,359. 
Bt&tfl Iadiiiirii,L ficbool fot QiiUi stute re- 
farmatory; girls: est. ISSO; Julia B. Per- 
ry, Swpt- 
OOFFEYVIXLE. Montr omer^ C5o.» pop. 4.a&a. 
Goir«7T]H« BuBincBft Cvllags:^ bus. and aten.; 
T. F. ^liinlinr, M. Wbhil.. Prln. 
COKCOBBIA, Cloud Co,, pop. 3.401. 

GroAt Wettani BuitncM And BTormAl OoUes«; 

rf^tuoted to Webb City. Mo. 
KASAzeth AudemFi: glrlft' bcuirdlng; H. C; 
ett. 3884: M«tber Antoluetle, Prln, 
CCITWAY SPEmCfl, Sumner Co., pap. 714. 
KormAl »nd BuAlneia CoU«^; Dormal And 
buB.; prlTAte; S. D. Crane, Pre*, 
PAirVILliE, HArper C#, ; pop. 115. 

Bt, BoAi AcAdflioy; prep; co-ed-; E. C; est- 
1^1: P. J. Mnlaoey, Pre«. 
DODGE CITY, Ford C*,, pop. I,fl42. 
BeulA Ci)Ue^; roL; cc^ed.; M. E.i eat. ISM; 
Ecr. m. Q. VtnibAn, Pb, D.. D. D 

Schoori Ajjnewnoomoiit.— Where the tieurt, 
bead and band ure trained. (Touraei nf 
Mtudy L Prepn ru tory ; N ormn 1 : Comraer- 
cIaI; InduBtrUI: Elocution; MubIc; Col- 
legiate, And P€«t-QrAdiiate. QealtbfqJ 
clliOAte, food AceamiiiodAtl«OA> large op- 
portuattleA. modPfAte eipetiaws. Board, 
12.00 per week. Tultl<in, (21.00 per jcaf. ^ 
EMPOEU, I^D Co.. pop. S,223, ' 

QBHttfe of EmpfliiA; eoL; tsheA.i Preflb.t e«t- 
e«t 1SS-1- W. D. Ward. Pli. D.. Attlttg 
Emporlft BiuliieAA Collers; bo*. And iteti,; C. 

*'st. lasi; r, R I^ittpt, Prfi, 
fltste NorDul ieliooh normil; it Ate; co-ed.; 
noD-Aect.; est, I86G: 3. N. WllkliuoD. 
Weitem MoilOAl CanAArvatArr ^ idua.; ut. 
lan: Mrt. S. P. diaacH Pre*. 
ENTEEPBIHE, BlekinAira Co., j^p. TML 

Ger. y. E.; mt, 1S02; Edward 3a11«|i- 
hacb. A. M.. Prea. 
EITBOBA. Bouflu Co,, pop., 640, 
Haiper AcAdam^; prep.; c^-ed, [ FtleP<SA; ett. 
1884: KdKh E. Smltb, M. A., Pre*. 
ET7BEK&, Grwnwaod Co., pop., 2,001. 
Sontbem KAnAAt AcAdem^; prep.; co^ed.; 
Cwii:,; eat, ISSri; Gpor^y C. Snow, Pre»» 
FOET SCOTT, Bombon Co.. pop. 10.322. 

DfAugbon'A FrmctlcAl Buiineu Dallesa; bus, 

and Bten.; J. F. UrauRbnn. Pre*. 
Eaaaaa Normal Colleffe ; eloiu^d, 
HotTQ I^Aine do Lourde* AcAdemr; prep.; 
ro-fd.; R. C; est, lOOl; SUtert of St. 
WindAor CommArolAl College; bua. and Aten.t 
est, 1SJ17; Dean Dlcfc, Prea. 
aAl^ENA, Cbernkfifl Co., pop, 10,lfrfi, 
Spring Eivar Ac&dAmy; prep.: eo-ed,; FHeiidj; 
eat. 1870; Aasai] B. Harrey, Prtn. 

aBBAT BEND, Bart«n Co., pop. 2,470. 
C«ntrml HormAl Colleg*; normal; prlTrntei 
etj-ed ; H. F. liarrla, Pros, 
HABPEE, H*rper Co.. pop. 1,I5L 

HArpor JlortHAl &nd BuBineiA Callage; cloaed. 
HAVrLAUD, Eiown Co,, pop, 12e. 

HATilA-nd Academy; prep.; ened.; non-sect.; 
eat. I!ia2; Milton Kenwortby^ B. S., Prin. 

HATg, ElUa Ca,, t»y^. 1,1311. 
Biialng'a Canservfttorr of Untie; mna,; e«t 

imn; IVirdulitsrh BiHftIng, Prea. 
Fort Hmya Br«4icli Eip&riment StAtloa of tbA 
StAte AgriouItuFAl CaUeffl; eAt. 1901; J. 
G. Haney, B. S.. Supt. 
WutAra Br&aQb BtAte NormAl ftcliiwl; oor- 
mal; atate; co-cd.: eat. 1002; J. K. Wll* 
klnsan, Prea. ; Wmam S. PJcken, Prln. 
HE0FEE, DouflAA Co,; pop. 30. 
HeapflT Aondem^; prep.; co-ed.; meiid«; eat, 
19SA; Suale L. Dow, A. B., Prtn, 
HIAWATHA, Brown Co,, pop. 2,a20. 
Ht^wAthA Academy: prep,; co-ed.; Bapt.; 

est ls*iT; G. A. nrjUman, Pres. 
KAtionAl ButlnMA Coll«g«; boB. ud aten.; 
Henry Coon, Pres. 
HIGHLAITB, JtonlpbAn Co,, ptip. 780. 

HltbtAfid ITolverait? ; coL; co-ed.; Frtsb, eat. 
1sr,T; (irntrffe E. Knppper, Prea. 
HOLTCN, JAckAon Co.* pop. 3.DS3. 

CAmpbsli Callaga; eol.; ened.; Pn. Bt^tb.; 
(>Bt, 1^2; P. O. Boupbfake, Pfc*. 
HITTCHIVSOK, Eena Co., pop, &,S7». 
Suit City BuaineaA Callage; tnt. and aten.; 

eat. 1807: G. L. Moody, Prea. 
StAts Indu Atrial R«f«rmAtar3f ; state reform a- 
tory for boys; eat 1806; B, E. MAridialt 
tOIA, Allen Co., pop. S.791, 
tola BQAinesA OeUeffl; bua. and aten.; eat. 
im^; Hii^b J. Powell, Prea. 
KANSAS CITY, Wyandotte Co.. pop. 51,4 J8. 
Cellsge of Phyaiolajis and Surr^ona (merged 
April, 1006, with the Kanaaa GltT Med- 
ical CoUeiFP, Jind Medlco-CIi!rnr|rfcjil C-ol- 
le«« of FCanuLB City, Mo., to form tbe 
]IMi««l Department, Dnlveralty of Kan- 





X&nMs City BaptUt ThAoloffioftl Bemiiiary; 

theol.; Bapt.; est. 1901; P. W. Crannell, 

D. D., Pres. 
KaniM Citj Vnivenitj; col.; co-ed.; Meth. 

Prot.; est. 1896; D. S. Stephens, D. D.. 

National Business College; bus. and sten.; 

Henry Coon, Pres. 
LAWBENCE, Douglas Co., pop. 10,862. 
Haskell Institute; col. and indust. school for 

Indians; co-ed.; Federal; est. 1884; H. 

B. Peairs, Supt. 
Lawrence Business Collefe; bus. and sten.; 

est. 1869; W. H. Quackenbush, Pres. 
VniTersity of Kansas; unlr.; state; co-ed.; 

non-sect.; est. 1866; Frank Strong, Ph. 

D.. Chancellor. 
Vniversity of Kansas, School of Engineering; 

tech.: state: co-ed.; Frank A. Marvin, 

A. M., Dean. 
Vniversity of Kansas, School of Law; law; 

co-ed.; est. 1880; J. W. Green, A. M., 

University of Kansas, School of Medicine; 

prep. med. (freshman and sophomore); 

.'eg.; co-ed.: est. 1900: Frank Strong, 

Ph. D., Pres. (See also Rosedale, Kans.) 
University of Kansas, School of Pharmaoy; 

pharm.; co-ed.; est. 1885; L. B. Sayre. 

Ph. G., Dean. 
LEAVEHWOBTH, Leavenworth Co., pop. 20,- 

Leavenworth Business College; bus. and sten.; 

est. 1887; N. B. Leach, Pres. 
St. Mary's Academy; girls* boarding; R. C; 

est. 1860; Mother Mary Regis. 
LECOXFTON. Douglas Co., pop. 408. 

Lane University; merged into Campbell Col- 
lege in 1903. 
LINCOLK, Lincoln Co., pop. 1,262. 
Kansas Christian College; col.; co-ed.; 

Christ.; est. 1882; O. B. Whitaker, M. S.. 

A. M., Pres. 

LIHDSBOBO, XcPherson Co., pop. 1.279. 
Bethany College; col.; co-ed.; Swed. Luth.; 
est. 1881; Ernest Pihlblad. Pres. 
School's announcement. — Bethany College 
has nine departments: College. Academy, 
Normal. Business and Shorthand, Musical 
Conservatory. Art Department. Depart- 
ment of Elocution. Model School, and 
Training School. The Music School is 
one of the largest and best equipped in 
the West and offers Eastern advantages to 
Western people. The Ling Auditorium 
has a seating capaclt/ of 4.000 and pos- 
sesses a $5,000 MoUcr Pipe Organ, which 
is open to students' use. Summer 
Schools in Music. Art, Normal and Com- 
mercial Departments. 

LOWELL, Cherokee Co., pop. 166. 
Lowell Academy; prep.; co-ed.; Friends; est. 
1891; Wm. B. Morgan. Prln. 

K'FHERSON, XcPherson Co., pop. 2,996. 
XoFherson College; prep.; co-ed.; Ger. Bapt.; 
est. 1887; B. Frantz. Pres. 
School's announcement. — The aim of this 

School is to provide a thorough Chris- 
tian education. It advocates plainness of 
dress, simplicity in th / habiU of life, 
and discourages caste, vhus making it a 
home for rich and poor alike. Has 
Collegiate, Academic and Normal De- 
partments; also a school of elocution, 
business and shorthand department, and 
special German department. Expenses 
are very moderate. 

MAVHATTAK, Riley Co., pop. 8.438. 
Kansas State Agricultural College; agrlcul.: 
state; co-ed.; non-sect.; est. 1863: B. R. 
Nichols. A. M.. Pres. 
National Business College; but. and sten.; 
Henry Coon, Pres. 

MARTADAHL (F. 0., Cleburne), Riley Co., 
pop. 150. 
Swedish Evengelical Lutheran Orphans' Home; 
co-ed.; Swed. Luth.; est. 1880; A. G. 
Johnson. Supt. 

MARYSYILLE, MarshaU Co., pop. 2.006. 
Modem Normal College; normal; private; J. 
G. Allenbecker, Pres. 

NADEAU, Jackson Co., pop. 25. 
Pottawatomie Boarding Bohool; prep, school 
for Indians; co-ed.; Federal; est, 1872; 
Thomas Richey, Supt. 

NEWTON, Harvey Co., pop. 6.208. 
Bethel College; prep.; co-ed.; Mennonlte; 
est. 1893; Rev. C. H. Wedel, Pres. 

NICKERSON, Reno Co., pop. 1,038. 
The Niokerson Normal College; normal; pri- 
vate; co-ed.; non-sect.; est. 1898; Edward 
B. Smith. Pres. 

NORTH BRANCH, JeweU Co., pop. 100. 
North Branch Academy; prep.; co-ed.; 
Friends; est. 1889; Edna Goodwin. A. B.. 

OLATHE, Johnson Co., pop. 8.451. 
State School for. the Deaf; co-ed.; est. 1861; 
H. C. Hammond, Supt. 

CSAWATOMIE, Miami Co., pop. 4.191. 
Osawatomie State Hospital for Insane; state; 
co-ed.: est. 1863; L. L. Uhls. Supt. 

OTTAWA, Franklin Co., pop. 6.934. 

Ottawa Business College; bus. and sten.; G. 
H. Crain, Pres. 

Ottawa University; col.; co-ed.; Bapt.; est. 
1865; J. D. S. Riggs. A. M.. Ph. D.. 

School's announcement. — Ottawa Uni- 
versity, incorporated in 1865, is a Chris- 
tian institution for higher education, un- 
der the auspices of the Baptist denomi- 
nation of Kansas. Strong religious in- 
fluences thrown around the student. Col- 
legiate and Academic Departments. De- 
partment of Public Speaking, Department 
of Education, Conservatory of Music^ 
Depnrtment of Art, and Department of 
Business. Faculty of 30 members, and 
average student attendance of over 900. 
Tuition and living expenses exception- 
ally low and unlimited opportunities for 





PAOLA. Xiami Ck>., pop. 8.144. 

ITnuline Aoftdemy; prep.; co-ed.; B. O.; est. 
188G; Mother Jerome, Pret. 
PAK80V8, La1>ette Oo„ pop. 7,982. 

ParsoBi BtttiBOM Ck>lleffe; bns. and tten.; est. 
1891; J. C. Olson. Pres. 
PITTSBUBO, Crawford Co., pop. 10.112. 

Pittslrarff Business Collate; bus. and sten.; 
est. 18d5; S. W. Errebo. M. S.. Pres. 
QVINDAKO, Wyandotte Co., pop. 500. 

Western Vniversity; industrial school for ne- 
groes; co-ed.; A. M. B.; est. 1898; W. T. 
Vernon, Pres. 
R08EDALE, Wyandotte Co.; pop. 3.270. 

VniTersity of Kansas, School of Medicine 
(junior and senior years); med.; reg.; 
co-ed.; est. 1900; Frank Strong. Ph. D.. 
ST. MABY'S, Pottowatomie Co., pop. 1.39U. 

St. Mary's College; col.; men; R. C; <'st. 
1848; James McCabe. S. J.. Pres. 
ST. PAUL, Neosho Co., pop. 1.047. 

St. Paul School; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; est. 
1847; F. Raymond, Pres. 
SAUNA, Saline Co., pop. 6.074. 

Kansas Wesleyan Business College; bus. aud 
sten.; est. 1892; T. W. Roach. Gon. Supt. 

Kansas Wesleyan University; col. and nor- 
mal; co-ed.; M. E.; est. 18S6: Thomas 
W. Roach, A. M., Pres. 
Sohool'a announoement. — ^This school has 
eight departments, with a yearly enroll- 
ment of orer 1.000 students. The com- 
mercial department alone has grown from 
a handful of pupils to a business college 
enrolling 600 pupils and employing 11 
Instructors. The arerage total expense 
per student in all departments is |90 to 

St. John's MiUtary School; mil.; P. E.; est. 
1887; R. H. Mize. Rector. 

Salina Normal University; normal; private; 
co-ed.; non-sect.; est. 1880; Charles 
Swisher. Pres. 

Skelton's School of Telegraphy and Railway 
Business; tel.; est. 1887; W. H. Ski>l- 
ton, Pres. 
SLNECA. Nemaha Co., pop. 1.846. 

Nemaha Commercial College; bus. and sten. 
est. 1900; F. L. Nutter, Pres. 

BTERLINO, Rice Co., pop. 2.002. 
Cooper College; col.; co-ed.; Un. Prcsb.; est. 
1887; F. M. Spencer. D. D.. Pres. 

TOPEKA, Shawnee Co., pop. 33.608. 

Assumption School; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; est. 

1807: F. M. Hayden, Pres. 
College of the Sisters of Bethany; girls* 

boanling; P. E.; est. 1861; Barbara 

Walker. Prin. 
Dougherty's Shorthand School; sten.; ent. 

isj)4: fleo. E. Dougherty. Pres. 
Kansas Medical College, Medical Department 

Washburn University; med.; reg.; co-ed.; 

est. 1889; W. S. Lindsay. M. D.. Dean. 
Sohool's aanoonoemeiit. — ^Tbe Kansas Med- 
ical College has a four years' graded 
coone of study, having been one of the 
first colleges west of the Mlsalaaippi 
River to raise its standard to that re- 
quired by higher medical education. Pos- 
sesses unsurpassed laboratory and chem- 
ical facillUes; also Ubrary fkciUties. its 
students having free access to the Stor- 
mont Medical Library of the Kansas 
State Library, in which are several thou- 
sand volumes of medical works. 

Pond's Business College; bus. and sten.; M. 
A. Pond, Pres. 

School of Expression and the Drama; eloc. 
and or.; est. 1890; Miss Clara M. Onimb. 

School of Pianoforte Playing; mus.; Annie 
M. Parry-Bundy, Pres. 

State Industrial School for Boys; state re- 
form school; boys; est. 1870; H. W. 
Charles, Supt. 

The Standard Shorthand Sohool; sten.; est. 
1887; Anna B. Canaan. Prea. 

Topeka Business College; bus. and aten.; 
L. H. Strickler. 

Topeka State Hospital for Insane; state; 
co-ed.; est. 1870; T. C. Biddle, Supt. 

Washburn College; col.; co-ed.; Cong.; eat. 
1860; Norman Plass, Prea. 
WASHINGTON, Waahington Co., pop. 1,676. 

Washington Academy; prep.; co-ed.; Bapt.; 
est. 1892; S. S. Hageman, Prin. 
WICHITA, Sedgwick Co., pop., 24,671. 

Fairmount College; col.; co-ed.; Cong, est 
1892; Nathan J. Morrison, D. D., LL. D., 

Friends University; col.; co-ed.; Friends; 
est. 1898; Edmund Stanley, Pres. 

Lewis Academy; prep.; co-ed.; Presb.; eat. 
1886; J. M. Nay lor. Ph. D.. Prin. 

Mount Carmel Academy; girls' boarding; 
R. C; est. 1887; Sister Mary Isabella, 
C. B. V. M., Superior. 

Western School of Elocution and Oratory; 

' eloc. and or.; est. 1890; George W. 
I Hobs. Pres. 

I Wichita Business College; bus. and sten.; 
est. 1805; F. A. Hlbarger and Will G. 
I Price, Props. 

Wichita Commercial College; bus. and sten.; 
i est. 1893; II. S. Miller. M. C. 8.. M. A.. 

t WINFIELD, Cowley Co., pop. 0.004. 

Winfleld Business and Academic College; bos.. 
sten. and prep.; est. 1894; H. F. W. 
Kuehne, Pres. 

St. John's Lutheran College; coL; eo-ad.; 

Luth.; est. 1893; A. W. Meyer, Prea. 
Southwest Kansas College; col.; co-ed.; M. B.; 

est. 1886; George F. Cook, Pres. 
SUte School for Feeble-Minded Tenth; state; 

co-ed.; est. 1881; C. S. Ncwion. Supt. 


Population, 2,147,174. School census, 684,064. School age, 6-20. 

Kentucky is the twelfth state in the Union in point of population, having a 
total of 2,147,174 inhabitants, of whom 1,862,309, or 86.7 per cent, are white. Of 
this number 50,133, or 2.3 per cent, are foreign born. The percentage of illiteracy 
of the entire population is 16.5 per cent, the state ranking thirty-seventh in this 
respect. The educational system of the state is as follows: 

James H. Fuqua, Sr., Superintendent of Public Instruction Frankfort 


{AMES H. FuQUA, Sr., Superintendent of Public Instruction Frankfort 
J. B. Hays, Attorney General .^ Frankfort 

H. V. McChesney, Secretary of State .* Frankfort 


James H. Fuqua, Sr., Superintendent of Public Instruction Frankfort 

M. A. Cassidy, Superintendent of City Schools Lexington 

M. O. Winfrey, Superintendent of City Schools Middlesboro 


J. C. W. Beckham, Governor Frankfort 

J. H. FuQUA, Sr., State Superintendent of Public Instruction Frankfort 

H. V. McChesney, Secretary of State Frankfort 

Henry Bosworth, State Treasurer Frankfort 

J. Morgan Chinn, Clerk, Court of Appeals Frankfort 

N. B. Hays, Attorney General Frankfort 

S. W. Hager Frankfort 


Edward Taylor, President Bowling Green 

Kentucky two years ago enacted a law allowing the commissioners to use a 
part of the school fund for libraries, one to be at the commissioner's office, and 
then as much as ten dollars for each school district if the people would raise ten 
dollars. As a result, in two years, every county has a local library in the court 
house, and there is a library for every 720 children in Kentucky and one book for 
every ten children. 


M. O. Winfrey. President Owenton 

Ernest Jones, Secretary Henderson 





County. Superintendent's Name. Address. CkrantJ. 

Adair Mrs. Geo. R. Shelton Columbia 14.888 

Allen W. A. Whitlow ScottsvlUe 14.867 

Anderson M. L. Chowningr I^awrenceburgr 10.061 

Ballard M. S. Stevens Wickliffe 10,761 

Barren W. C. Turner QUassrow 28.197 

Bath Miss Pickett Meccalf Owingsville 14.784 

Bell H. H. Fuson Plnevllle 16.701 

Boone D. M. Snyder Burlingrton 11.170 

Bourbon F. L. McChesney Paris 18,069 

Boyd O. K. Campbell Catlettsburg 18,884 

Boyle J. W. Rawllngs Danville 18.817 

Bracken Wm. Huffman Brookville 12,187 

Breathitt Henry B. Noble Jackson 14,822 

Breckinridge Joel H. Pile Hardinsbure 20.684 

Bullitt Lindsay RIdgrway Shepardsville 9.802 

Butler R. B. Drake Morgrantowni 16.896 

Caldwell Miss Nannie Catlett Princeton 14,610 

OaJlo^^y L. A. L. Langrston Murray 17.633 

Campbell J. W. ReiUy Alexandria 64,223 

Carlisle Miss Eliza Bowe Bardwell 10,196 

Carroll Ernest Lewellyn Carrollton 9,826 

Carter Hardin Gilbert .Grayson 20,228 

Casey J. S. L#awhorn Liberty 16.144 

Christian W. E. Gray Hopkinsvillc 87,962 

Clark C. A. Tanner Winchester 16,694 

Clay Luther Hatton Manchester 15.864 

Clinton L. F. Plercy Albany 7,871 

Crittenden Jno. B. Paris Marion 16.191 

Cumberland R. D. Bass Burksville 8.962 

Davis R. D. Allen Owensboro 88.687 

Ekimundson Geo. B. McCombs Brownsville 10,060 

Elliott Miss Mollle Horton Sandy Hook 10,887 

Estill C. J. Miller Irvine 11.669 

Fayette Mrs. Nannie J. Faulconer. .Liexingrton 42,071 

Fleming: Miss Annie G. Six Flemingsburg 17,074 

Floyd H. F. Patton Prestonburg 16.562 

Franklin E. R. Jones Frankfort 20.868 

Fulton Miss Dora H. Smith Hickman 11.648 

Gallatin Jas. R. McDonnell Warsaw 6,168 

Gerrard Miss Minnie Dunn Lancaster 12.042 

Grant C. C. Adams Williamstown 18.289 

Graves W. D. Dodd Mayfleld 88.204 

Grayson Warren Payton Litchfield 19.878 

Green Miss Lizzie Graham Qreensburgr 12.856 

Greenup Leo. F. Thompson iQrePnup 15.488 

Hancock Geo. H. Mickell Hawesvllln PM^X 

Hardin J. L. Pllkenton Ellzabethtown 22.987 

Harlan W. J. R. Howard Mt, Pleasant 9.8S8 

Harrison Jas. R. Rogrers Cynthiana 18,nO 

Hart J. F. Geralds Munfordvllle 18,890 

Henderson Miss Bettle Cheatham Henderson 82J0V 

Henry W. T. Givlden New Castle 14.680 

Hickman Mrs. Lula B. Smith Clinton 11,7« 

Hopkins Andrew J. Fox Madlsonvllle 80.988 

Jackson H. F. Minter McKee 10.681 

Jefferson Mrs. Rosa A. Stonestreet. .Louisville 882i6l9 

Jessamine C. C. Sandusky Nlcholasville 11.885 

Johnson Milton McDowell Palntsvllle 18,780 

Kenton H. S. Kennedy Independence 68i8il 

Knott Robert Martin HIndman 8,7W 

Knox R. E. Parker Barboursville 17.878 

Larut G. T. Gaddie HodRensvllle 16^781 

Laurel J. K. Lewis London 17.818 

Lawrence T. H. Thompson Louisa li.6U 

Lee R. T. Eagrer Beattyville 7.988 

Leslie A. C. Valentine Hyden 8.1B 

Letcher Jas. S. Pendleton Whltesburg 8418 

Lewis W. R. Henderson Vanceburgr ltJ88 

Ltoecln Garland Singleton Stanford XfjiBi 





Goanty. Superintendent*! Name. Address. 

Liivlngston Chas. B\irgruson Smithland 

liOgan D. B. E'stes Russellville — 

Lyon U. S. Nlngr ESddyvllle 

AflcCracken Jno. Nolan Paducah 

McLean K. S. Hosklns Calhoun 

Madison ^ J. W. Clarkson Richmond 

Magoffin Chas. Jones Salersville 

Marion J. C. Fletcher Lebanon 

Marshall C. D. Wells Benton 

Martin S. J. Billingrton Inez 

Mason J. W. Boston Maysville 

Meade W. B. Arnold Brandenburg .. 

Menifee B. P. Peck Frenchburg — 

Mercer Miss Ora L. Adams Harrodsburg . . 

Metcalfe J. A. Pulllam Eklmonton 

Monroe W. W. Carter TompklnsvlUe . 

Montgomery M. J. Goodwin Mt. Sterling ... 

Morgan Miss Nannie E. Fields West Liberty .. 

Muhlenberg J. E. Shaver Greenville 

Nelson W. T. McClain Bardstown 

Nicholas Mrs. Mattie B. Hamm Carlisle 

Ohio Jas. M. De Weese Hartford 

Oldham J. L. Reeves XaGrange 

Owen W. A. Barnes Qwenton 

Owsley G. W. Garrett jBooneville 

Pendelton R. L. Ballenger Falmouth 

Perry G. P. Combs Hazard , 

Pike H. P. Chlldre Pikeville 

Powell R. A. Irvln gtanton 

Pulaski L. N. Taylor Somerset 

Robertson Mrs. Kate Zoller Mt. Olivet 

Rockcastle G. M. Ballard Mt. Vernon .... 

Rowan Miss Lyda Messer Morehead 

Russell O. D. Smith Jamestown 

Scott J. R. Lancaster Georgetown 

Shelby G. M. Money Bhelbyville 

Simpson V. D. Hammond Franklin 

Spencer Miss Mayme Miller Taylorvllle 

Taylor E. P. Peterson ZJampbellvIlle .. 

Todd A. S. Johnson Elkton 

Trigg Alford Cunningham Cadiz 

Trimble L D. Mitchell Bedford 

Union N. C. Hammack Morganfleld ... 

Warren Emory White Bowling Green 

Washington J. W. Bush Springfield 

WVtyne Jno. H. Dalton Monticello 

Webster Miss Mary Bailey Dixon 

Whitley Miss Rachel Tye Williamsburg .. 

Wolfe W. H. Chambers Campton 

Woodford M. B. Hlfner Versailles 

Pop. of 
... 9.319 
. . .28,738 
... 5,780 
... 6,818 
... 9,998 
... 7,078 
... 6.874 
... 8,276 
.... 6,443 
.... 4.900 
.... 8,277 
.... 9.695 
.... 7,406 
.... 7,272 
. . . .20.097 
.... 8,764 


ALBAVT, Olinton Co., pop. 284. 
Albany High Behool; prep.; co-ed.; 
A. B. Bamet. Prtn. 

Bapt. : 

AMOEOBAOE, JeifMrson Ck»., pop. 421. 
BoUwood Seminary; jrirls' boarding; non-sect.; 
W. G. Lord. Prps. 

A8HLAVD, Boyd Co., pop. 6.800. 
Aahland College; col.; co-ed.; M. E.; eat. 
1887; George H. Relbald, B. D., B. 8.. 
AVBUBV, Logan Co., pop. 697. 
AnbvB Seminary; prep.; co-ed.; Oamb. 
fretfb.; Chaa. B. Bates, Prln. 
BAEBOBXtTELLS, Mmx 0t., pop. 1,010. 

Union Collofo; col.; co-ed.; M. B.; est 18t6; 
J. W. Basley, Pres. 
BARDSTOWN, Kelaon Co., pop. 1,T11. 
Bardatown Xale and Feniido lastltvto; prop.; 
co-ed.; Bapt.; H. J. GreenweB, Prln. 

BEAYEB DAM, Ohio Co.. pop. 5B8. 
Weat Kentneky Seminary; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
aect.; W. Q. Welbom, Prln. 

BEECHXONT, Jeiferson Co., Baburb of Livla- 

LoniaTllle Training Sehool for Boya; prep.; 
boys; non-sect.; eat. 1889; H. B. Taylor. 


BEBXA, XadiaoB Co., pop. TBI. 





Bena Gollef«; coL; co-ed.; non-sect.; est. 
1866; Wm. G. Frost. Ph. D., Pres. 

BLAIKE, Lawxenee Co., pop. 186. 
Blaine Normal Sohool; normal; prirate; co- 
ed.; est. 1880; O. Milton Elam. Prln. 

BLANDYILLE, Ballard Co., pop. 277. 
Blandville Baptist Oollege; prep.; co-ed.; 
Bapt.; J. N. Robinson, Prin. 
BOONEYILLE, Owslej Co., pop. 216. 
Boonerille Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; Presb.; 
est. 1896; Rer. W. A. E. Oampbell. A. 
B.. B. D., Prtn. 

BOWLnrO GREEK, Warren Ck>., pop. 8.226. 
Bowling Green Business Collefe; bus. and 

sten.; H. H. Cherry, Pres. 
Bowling Green Preparatory Bohool; prep.; co- 
ed.; non-sect.; Misses Du Rose and Rag- 
land. Prins. 
Ogden College; col.; men; non-sect.; est. 

1877; Wm. A. Obenchaln, A. M.. Pres. 
Potter College; girls' boarding; non-sect.; 

est. 1889; Rer. B. F. Cabell. Pres. 
Southern Normal School; normal; private; 
co-ed.; H. H. Cherry. Pres. 
BUFFALO, Larue Co., pop. 347. 
East Lynne College; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
est. 1874; G. L. Crumo, A. B., Pres. 
BXTRKEBYILLE, Cumberland Co., pop. 625. 
Alexander CoUeige; prep.; co-ed.; Presb.; Rot. 
T. C. Kerr, Prin. 
CADIZ, Trigg Co., pop. 881. 
Ewell Kerrill Carroll College; burned. 

CAMFBELLSBITRG, Henry Co., pop. 191. 
Camphellsburg High School; prep.; co-ed.; 
non-sect.; J. W. Pearcy, Prln. 

CAMFBELLSVILLE, Taylor Co., pop. 1.341. 
S. W. Buchanan Collegiate Institute; prep.; 
co-ed.; Presb.; est. 1904; William M. 
Jackson, B. A., Pres. 
CAMFTOK, Wolfe Co., pop. 276. 
Kentucky Wesleyan Academy; prep.; co-ed.; 
M. B., So.; George Clarke, Prln. 
CANXER, Hart Co., pop. 246. 

Lilian Academy; girls' boarding; S. M. Dur- 
ham, Prln. 

CARROLTON. Carroll Co., pop. 2.206. 
St. John's Select School; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; 
Ignatus M. Ahmann. Prln. 

CLINTON, Hickman Co., pop. 1.462. 
Clinton College; prep.; co-ed.; Bapt.; Cook 

& White, Prins. 
Xarrin College; prep.; co-ed.; M. E. So.; H. 
W. Browder, Prin. 
COLITMBIA. Adair Co., pop. 461. 
Male and Female High School; prep.; co-ed.; 
non-sect.; A. H. Ballard. Prin. 
CORINTH, Grant Co., pop. 331. 
Northern Kentucky Normal Academy; prep.; 
co-ed.; non-sect.; D. J. Wrlpht. Prln. 
COVINGTON, Kenton Co., pop. 42.938. 
Clark's Commercial College; bus. and sten.; 

W. D. Clark, Pres. 
Notre Dame Academy; girls' boarding; R. C. ; 
Sister Mary Armella, Prin. 

Rugby School; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; K. 

J. Morris. Prin. 
St. Joseph's School for Boys; boys' boarding; 

R. C: Brother Francis Laehr, Prln. 

OYNTHIANA, Harrison Co., pop. 3,267. 
Smith's Classioal School; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; est. 1868; WlllUm Selin. A. M.. 

DANVILLE, Boyle Co., pop. 4,286. 
Caldwell Oollege; girls' boarding; Presb.; est 

1860; John C. Atcheson, Pres. 
Central Vnirersity of Kentucky; univ.; men; 

Presb.; est. 1822; Rev. F. W. Hlnitt. 

Ph. D.. Pres. 
Central University, Law Department; law; 

men; est. 1894; A. H. Throckmorton, A. 

M.. LL. B.. Dean. 
Reed's School, Miss; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 

Miss Josephine Reed, Prln. 

ELIZABETHTOWN, Hardin Co., pop. 1.861. 
Hardin Collegiate Institute; prep.; co-ed.; 

Presb.; J. E. Austin. Jr.. Prin. 
St. James' School; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; Sis- 
ter M. Gabriel. Prin. 

ELIZAVILLE, Fleming Co., pop. 199. 
Willow Dell Academy; prep.; co-ed.; n<Ai- 
sect.; James H. McGohan. Prtn. 

ELKTON, Todd Co., pop. 1.123. 
Vanderbilt Training School; prep.; co-ed.; M. 
E. So.; J. M. Fh'tcher and J. M. Roberts. 

FRANKFORT, Franklin Co.. pop. 9.487. 

Kentucky Normal and Industrial Institute 
(colored); normal; state; co-ed.; J<An H. 
Jackson, Pres. 

FRANKLIN, Simpson Co., pop. 2,166. 

Franklin Military Institute; mlliUry; non- 
sect.; J. Robt. Boss. A. M.. Prin. 

Luna School, The; boys' prep.; non-sect.; 
est. 1898; E. I. Luna. Prln. 

Southern School of Osteopathy; osteop.; co- 
ed.; est. 1898; Robert W. Bowling. M. 
D., D. O., Dean. 

FULTON, Fulton Co., pop. 2.860. 

Carr Institute; f^lrls' boarding; non-sect.; 

Prof. Check. Pres. 
Fulton Normal School and Business College; 

Koo South Fulton College. 
South Fulton College: prep.; non-sect.; co- 
ed.: est. 1(K)o: J. II. Storer. Pres. 

GEORGETOWN, Scott Co., pop. 3.823. 
Georgetown College; col.; co-ed.; Bapt.; est. 
1829: J. J. Taylor. M. A., D. D., Pres. 

GETH8EMANE, Nelson Co., pop. 110. 
Gethsemane College; boys' boarding; R. C; 
Edward M. Obrecht. O. C. R., Prln. 

GLASGOW, Barren Co., pop. 2.019. 
Liberty College; col.; co-ed.; Bapt.; est. 1876; 

Rev. Georjfe J. Burnett. A. M.. Pres. 
Urania Normal College; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; Rice E. Eubank. A. B., Prln. 

GLENDALE, Hardin Co., pop. 176. 
Lynnland Male and Female Institute; W. B. 
Gwynn, Prin. 





HABDnrSBUBO, Breokanridt* Co., pop. 689. 
BnokAiuridce Vomua OoUate; normal; pri- 
vate; co-ed.; D. 8. Roberta. A. B., Prea. 
KABLAN, Harlan Ck>., pop. 657. 
Harlaa Aoadamj; prep.; co-ed.; Preab.; W. 

0. Clemena. Prln. 
Harlem Normal and Induatrial Inatitute; nor. 
and Indus.; co-ed.; Presb.; eat. 1891; 
Andrew L. Whitfield. Ph. D.. Prln. 
HABB0D8BVB0, Meroar Ck)., pop. 2,876. 
Baanmont OoUafa; glrla' boarding; non-aect.; 

eat. 1894: T. Smith. Prea. 
HarrodabttTf Aoad am y; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
aect.; J. 0. Acbeaon, Prin. 
HABTFOBD, Ohio Ck>., pop. 785 . 
Hartford CoUeffa and Buaineaa Inatitute; 
prep.; co-ed.; non-aect.; T. J. Morton, 
HAZARD, Perry Ck>., pop. 300. 
Haaard Baptiat Inatitute; normal; private; co- 
HAZEL OBEEH. Wolfe Co.. pop. 226. 
Hasal Oreen Aoadamy; prep.; co-ed.; Chriat.; 
Wm. Henry Cord. Prea. 
HINDMAH, Xnott Co., pop. 331. 

TT^wiim^w Bohool; prep.; co-ed.; non-aect.; 
George Clarke, Prin. 
HODOENYILLE, Larua Co., pop. 825. 
Kenyon College; prep.i co-ed.; non-aect.; 
Charlea William Bamea, Prin. 
HCPXIKSyiLLE, Chriatian Co., pop. 7.280. 
Bethel Female College; girls' boarding; Bapt.; 
eat. 1856; Edmund Harrison. A. M., Pros. 
Lockyear'a Buaineaa College; bus. and aten.; 

co-ed.; eat. 1906; J. W. Walton. Prin. 
South Kentucky College; col.; co-ed.; Chria- 
tian; eat. 1849; A. C. Kuykendall. A. B.. 
HTrSTONTILLE, Linooln Co., pop. 426. 
Central Chriatian College; prep.; co-ed.; 
Chriatian; Miaa Mary F. W^ood. Prin. 
HTDEK, Lealie Co., pop. 269. 
Hyden Aoadamy; prep.; co-cd. ; Presb.; T. 
Judaon Bfilea. A. B.. Prin. 
INBEFEHDEHCE, Kenton Co., pop. 193. 
Independenoe High Bohool; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
aect.; eat. 1894; Charles Verner Lucy. 
A. B.. Prin. 
JACKSOK, BreathiU Co., pop. 941. 
8. P. Lee*a Collegiate Inatitute; prep.; co-ed.; 
Preab.; M. L. Girton. Prln. 
JETT, Franklin Co., pop. 62. 
Ezoelaior Collegiate Inatitute; prep.; co-ed.; 
Christ.; Eudora Llndaay Smith. Prea. 
LEBAMOH, Marion Co., pop. 3.043. 
St. Auguatine'a Academy; prep.; co-ed.; R. 
C; Sister Mary Kevin Coffey, Prin. 

LEXIHOTOir, Fayette Co.. pop. 20.369. 

Agricultural and Mechanical College of Ken- 
tucky; 8(M« Stnto ColleRo of Krnturky. 

Kentucky University; unir.; co-ed.; Christ; est. 
1799; Burris A. Jenkins. A. M.. D. D.. 

St. Catherine'a Academy; girla* boarding; R. 
C; Slater Mary Vincent. Prin. 

Bayre Female Inatitute; girla' boarding; 
Preab.; eat. 1864; George J. Ramaey, 

State College of Kentucky; col.; non-sect.; 
t'Ht. 1865; co-od.; Jamea K. Patterson, 
Ph. D.. LL. D.. F. R. HUt.. S. Gr. 
Britain, Pres. 

LOVDOK, LowaU Co., pop. 1.147. 
Sua Bennett Memorial Bohool; prep.; co-ed.; 
M. B. So.; J. C. Lewla. Prin. 

LOUIBYZtXE, Jefferaon Co., pop. 204.781. 

Academy of Our Lady of Maroy; girla' board- 
ing; B. C; Slater Margaret Mary Car- 
roll, Prin. 

Aoadamy of the Baored Heart; girla' board- 
ing; B. C; Siater Angela, Prin. 

BoatoB Aoadamy of Muaio; muaic; co-ed.; eat. 
1900; T. H. Bandall, Prea. 

Bryant fr Stratton Buaineaa Collage; bua. and 
aten.; eat. 1864; E. J. Wright. Prea.. 
Cor. 2nd and Walnut. 

Cedar Orove Academy; girla' boarding; B. C; 
est. 1842; Sister Mary Thomaa, Superior. 

Central Law Bohool (colored); li^w; co-ed.; 
est. 1892; Albert S. White. LL. D.. 
Dean. 2704 W. Walnut. 

Clark's Bohool of Busineaa; bua. and aten.; 
non-aect.; est. 1906; P. W. Clark. Prea. 

Flexner'a Bohool; prep.; co-ed.; non-aect.; 
Abraham Flexner. Prin. 

Hoapital College of Medicine; med.; reg.; 
men; eat. 1872; P. Biohard Taylor, M. 
D.. Dean. 324 B. Cheatnnt. 

International Bohool of Telegraphy: tel.; co- 
ed.; E. J. Wright, Prea.. 812 '7. Jeffer- 
son St. 

Kentucky Home Bohool for Girla; girla' board- 
ing: P. B.; Miaa Belle S. Peera. Prin.. 
1509 4th Ave. 

Kentucky School of Medicine; med.; co-ed.; 
est. 1850: Wm. H. Wathen. A. M.. LL. 
D.. Dean. 619 6th St. 

Kentucky Bniveraity, Medioal Department ; 
med.; reg.; men; eat. 1799; T. C. Erana. 
M. D.. Dean. 113 W. Broadway. 

Louiaville College of Dentiatry, Central Vai- 
▼eraity of Kentuoky; dent.; men; eat. 
1887; W. E. Grant. M. D., D. D. S.. 
Dean. Brook and Broadway Sta. 

Louiarille College of Pharmacy; phar.; co- 
ed.; eat. 1872; Gordon L. Curry, Dean, 
104 W. Cheanut. 

Louiaville Medical College; med.; reg.; men; 
eat. 1869; C. W. Kelly, M. D., Dean. 101 
W. Cbesnut. 

LouiaviUe National Medioal CoUege; med.; 
reg.; co-ed.; est. 1887; B. 8. Porter, 
M. D.. Acting Dean. 112 W. Green St. 

Louiaville Normal School; normal; atate; co- 
ed.; W. J. McConathy, Prea., 627 B. 

LouiaTiUe Preahyterian Theologioal Seminary; 
theol.; men; Presb.; eat. 1893; Rev. Wil- 
liam Hogue Marqueaa, LL. D., Dean. 

Louiavilla Training Sohool for Bo3ra; prep.; 
boys; non-sect.; H. K. Taylor, Prln.. 
Beech mont. 

Manual Training Bohool for Oirla; manual 
training: girla; Mra. Charlea P. Wearer, 
Prln., 827 4th St. 

Maaaey Buaineaa College; bua. and aten.; co- 
ed.; eat. 1901; Henry J. Holme, Man- 





futtfiTiim-BLTexipiirt idiool; bo;i<' prep.; hod- 

aiHTL; eit. ]90]; Job a Futteraoti. M. A.., 

and wmiam Davenport^ U. A., PrlnB.. 

2CHC Tbtid St. 
FFfltbytoTiui Theob^oal BftmtoArr of K«ii- 

tuflkj; tlieol.; coen; eit. 1853; Rst, 

RtV, rmncls R. Beatlle, D, D.. Ph, D,, 

LLk D.. Chnlrnian Fsculty, Ftrst and 

Fnoffiitation Acv-domy; prcp » c^td.; R. C,'. 

Sister EJqtopLa. Frln** rourtii Ats. 
8t. Bnn«dlai'fl Aeftdtitny; ftrli* boardlsf ; R, 

C.; SlMer M. ThonjAH. Prln. 
St* XA¥ler'a Collttc«; bojK' boordinff; Eh C, ; 

Bratbef Bjirnardlne. Prln,. 1!2 W. Brond- 

Boliwuti SobooU bufl. nnd vtu^n.; est. 18^; 

Dr. G&o. W, ScbwnrtE. Pb. D.. LL. D., 

Soutbora BaptlBt Thfloldsitiil SAmlnify; 

tlieoL; co-fid.; B»pt.; est. tSfiS; Rev. E. 

Y- Maltlos. LL. D., Ptei. 
B9iitbw«itar« HAmfropatMo Madioal CoUq^; 

med. ; bomeop. ; c^-e^, ; «it. 1802: A. 

Leli^bl Monroe, IL D.. Dean. 035 Slxtb 

SpeiLMrtui CommeToUl Bcbflol; bu*. and BteB.; 

est 11^02; Enoi Spencer, Prca.. 
Btftte U"nlF*rtitr; ptup.; eo^ed.r Bapt.; O. I* 

Piirce, D. D., Prln.. 712 W. Kentucky. 
TrkaiyWiLJiSiLii TTnlveriltyt merged with Ken- 

tiieky Dalvt^rftltjr. 
ITalTanlty ot LotdiTltlfrt L«w DepiutiDfiDt; 

Ijiw; men: emL 1847: W, O, Harris. Demn. 

812 W. ChPBnnt. 
UnlvftrtitT of XopwTUle, Msdiatl Ilspuftifiaiit : 

med.: rvg*; men; eat. 1837; J. M. Bodlnv. 

BI. D.. Dean, Gar. Chesniit and Stb. 
UnlTertlty — Fle^nor Sobooh tKjys" pre|t. : nwn- 

Bfct.; eat, 1000; WllUam H. Tborii and 

H. G. Brownelt, Prindpula. 
FrmliOA Acudsmx of tha Immaoul&ta Coturep- 

tlon; prep.; Elrla; E. C; Mt. 18#4. 

Motber TliiMTidptrp, SnperloP. 

"LTXTDOW, Jeff«nffB On., pop. m 

EentucJcT Kllituy lutltnt*; mtUtarr; ^m- 

Boct.; eflt. 18^5: C. W. Fowlcr, Snpt 

MAOKTIXX£p WiBhtnptoD Oft,, pop. 171,^lls High Bobaol; prep.; co-i4*; pon^ 
i*ect.: W. J. Eonjlej, Prln, 

HADIBOHTtiXE, H«pkini Ca^, pop^ S,8M. 
Atkinion Literary and Induatritl OolUfe {c^l- 

or&d); co-ed. ^ A. M. E. ; Samm?! E. 

Daocan, Prio. 
Sbuklett Aoftdamy; prep.; co-sA.; lum-mct.', 

E, P, Stiicklett. Prln. 
WestflTn Kantuciky Kormfti Sob^l; clowpd- 

■ATBYILLS, lfa«oii Ca., pop. 6,42S. 

n<m-«eet.; Miss Fflnnle L. Hay&i. Prln. 

MICDLEBT7B6t Oauj Go., pop. 182. 
Kiddl«burt H«noftl €«llfis«r normal: prlrate: 
rnfd.; efit. l^^l; J. Plirrmfin Lnwborti, 
B. Ped. , Prcfl . 
IflLtHEESBirBO-, Bourtion Co,^ pop. fift2. 
mUersliisrr 7tm&l« OoU«^; gttW boarding; 
M. R. So.; act lt50: Rer. 9. Q. Wt^tt, 
4. H., Tnm, 

KiUarvbungr TimliLhiv Sobool; boys* boArdLkc; 
non-wet, ; 0. M. Beat 0. B., Prln. 
MOEEHUJJ), Euwmn Co., p^p. l,lO0> 

Horabe&d Ki>nii&lL Sobool: nortnal; pHfAta; 
co-ed,; v. C. Button. Pret. 
liOEOAliTOWjr, Butlor C&.p pop. 087. 
BToT^ntQwn Bemin&ry; prep,; coned.; noD-«ect.; 
J. Elni^r Turner, Prln. 
rOUKT STEELING, Kentsomwy Co., pop. 


Gnodwln'i Mftla Hlg^b Babool; boy a' boardlnf; 
noiiBcet, ; M. J. Goodwin. Prln. 
KQITKT TEElfON. Bock OftitlA Cfi., pop. 422. 
Mount ToFMii CollafffAt« Institute; prep.; cfi- 
frd.: Pjfesby.; E<y. A. IS, Ewers. Prln. 
KAZARETR. Habon Co., pop. 30. 
Hftzsjeth Literuj and Bfln^TOlunt ^stitittlini; 
fflrla" boardlRf: E. C. ; Mother M, Cleo- 
pbaa Miller, Piin. 
NEEIN^, HArion Cv,, pO|». 17. 
Lorotto Academy ; slrla" tn warding; R. C; est. 
mn- Motber bouiitllla. PHn. 
KEWPOET, CamplHll Cki.* pop. 2S,301. 

Acadamy t^t tbe ImitLSOulsts : pf ep. ; co^^.: 

**st. la-iS; !f inters of Cbarlty. 
ClArk'a Cammaroial CoHefe; bus. and sten.; 

W. D. Clurk, Fres. 
Mount 3t. Martin's Beminary^ ^Is' bosid- 

Ing; E. C; Mother Mnrja, Prln. 
tJnlTerslty Hlfh Sobool; eloat'd. 
NICHOliA&VIIiLE, 10Bftamin« Qq., pop. 2»S8i:i. 
Jessamlzia F«nalo Institute; girls* boardlni; 
non-seet-; eal. 18!^; Mrs. J, B. Skinner. 
KOETH MISDLETOWir, Bourbon Co., pop. 49C 
K«ntttCLltT Ctaisleal and Buslnesi Collafsi 
[xrcp.: cfi-i'd ; Cbrlatlnu' est, ISBS: Mil- 
ton IClTlnHt. rn^i. 
OWEKSBOBO, DaTlsas Co., p(>p. 1S,IS». 
QwflnaboTo CoUeg^; i.'ul.; co-ed.; J. Bjroa 

Lji Rue, Proa. 
(hnnal»«ir« Coaim«f«lal CaIlAE«; bin. tod stea.; 

L, C. flniltb, Prea, 
OvsnslHiio Fom^s OoIIstei rlrls' boardlnf^; 
non-sect,; est. ISOO; A. C, QfKKlwln, Pmbl 
OWEKXCir, Owen Co., pop* I«014. 
C»ldwen AoadBcny uid Bmdod Bohool; prsp.; 
co-v^.: non-sect.; Jeste 0. Caldwell, Prtm. 
FADUCAU, MeCrackfln Co., pop. 19, Ud. 

Centinl Biisln«aa Coaeg«; bua. and aten.; att 

if*'>2; Wmiittn C. Strong. Pb. O., Prln. 
Bt. Mary's Aoademj; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; 
Sister Agathlna. Prln. 
PARIS. Bonrbon Co., pop, 4,003. 
Tipton's Beloct Bobool, Misi; girls' boarding: 

prep.; co-ed*; Miss M. S. Tipton. Pita. 
Yerkei* PrlTate School; prep.; eo-ed.; wm* 
sect.; W. L. Yerkea. Prln, I 

FEWEE VALLEY* OldJwni Oo., pop. 4M, 

Ksntuakx CoUege far YQumg Ladiss; bnmed. 
FlKEVn,L£. Flke Co., pop. 00§. 
Flkerillo CoUsfiate Instltut«; prep.; co*ed.s , 
Presb.: Janies r. Rwnrd. Prlu 
FElfETiLLl, BaU Co., pop. 3,072. 
Theodora Harris Instittite ; prep. ; co*«d. ; iiM|> I 
sect.: 3. T. C. Noe, Frtn. 





VBXKQBMIN, OaUw«U Oo., pop. 2.666. 
VrlBOston OoUagiAtt Xnttitate; prep.; co-ed.; 
Preib.; John M. Richmond, Prin. 
PROVIDENOE, WelMtar Ck>., pop. 1.2S6. 
MaU and Fenutla Aoademj; prep.; co-ed.; 
non-«ect.; J. Y. Brown. Prln. 
RIGHMOim, XadiMB Oo., pop. 4.653. 
Kadiion Female Institute; girls' boarding; 
Christian; Miss AUce Lloyd, Prin. 
RTJ88iXLyiLLE, Logan Ck>., pop. 2.691. 
Bethel OoUeges coL; men; Bapt; est 1864; 

Wm. H. Harrison, M. A.. Pres. 
Logan Femala College; girls' boarding; M. B. 
So.; est. 1866; A. O. Mnrphj, A. M.. 
8T. JOSEPH, DaTieaa Co., pop. 3(>. 
Meant St. Joaeph'a Aoademj; girls' boarding; 
R. C: Mother M. Angnstine, Prin. 
ST. MARY, Marion Co., pop. 200. 
St. Mary's College; col.; men; R. C; eat. 
1820; Very Rer. Michael Jaglowlcz. G. R., 
ST. VIKOEVT, Union Co., pop. 26. 
St. Vineent's Aoademy; girls' boarding; R. C; 
Sister Mary Darid, Prin. 
SHARPSBITRO, Bath Co., pop. 482. 
Male and Female College; prep.; co-ed.; non- 

aect.; Mrs. Fannie B. Talbor, Prin. 
Sharpslmrg Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; est. 1879; 
J. C. Nelson, Chairman. 
SHELBYVILLE, Shelby Co., pop. 8,016. 
Soienoe Hill School; girls' boarding; non- 
sect.; Mrs. W. T. Poynter, Prin. 
Soearoe's Aoademy; closed. 
SLAVOHTEBSYILLE, Webster Co., pop. 688. 
Tan Horn Institate; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; J. W. Bigney, Prln. 
STAHFORO, Unooln Co., pop. 1.661. 

Stanford Male and Female Seminary; prep.; 
co-ed.; est. 1004; Oscar B. Fallls, Ph. D., 
SVLraiTR, Henry Co., pop. 400. 
Fairmeant College; prep.; co-ed.; non-aect.; 

B. F. Tomer, Prln. 

TAYLORSVlLLE, 9p«noar Co., pop. 616. 
Spenoer Inatitate; prep.; co-ed.; non-aect; Ci. 

C. Orenitreet, Prin. 
TRAPPIST. Nelson Co. 

Oethsemani College; bns. and prep.; men; 
R. C; est. 1851; Rt. Rev. Edmond M. 
Obrecbt, Pres. 
YAHCEBITRO, Lewis Co., pop. 1,161. 
Riverside Seminary; prep.; co-ed.; non-aect.; 
Lawrence Rolfe, Prin. 
VERSATTXF.S, Woodford Co., pop. 2,887. 
Margaret Hall; glris' boarding; P. E.; est 
1892; Ellen Clara Hogeboom, M. 8.. 

WADDY, Shelby Co., pop. 168. 
Contra! Kormal College; normal; private; co- 
ed.; Robert Allen Barton, Prea. 
WAYNESBITRO, Lincoln Co., pop. 700. 
Wayneabnrg Seminary; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; est. 1890. 

WILLIAMSBURG, Whitley Co., pop. 1,496. 
Highland Kormal College; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; est. 1880; A. S. Hill. Ph. D., 

WILMORE, Jessamine Co., pop. 860. 
Ashbnry College; prep.; co-ed.; M. B. So.; 
J. W. Hughes, Prin. 
WINCHESTER, Clark Co., pop. 6.964. 
Kentucky Wesleyan College; col.; co-ed.; M. 
E. So.; est. 1866; Rev. John L. Webar, 
Lltt. D., Pres. 


Population, 1,381,625. School system, 469,100. School age, 6-18. 
Louisiana is the twen^-third state of the Union in point of population, having 
a total of 1,381,625 inhabitants, of whom 729,612, or 52.8 per cent, are white. Of 
this number 51,853, or 3.7 per cent, are foreign born. The percentage of illiteracy 
of the entire population is 38.5 per cent, the state ranking fiftieth in this respect. 
The educational system of the state is as follows: 

James B. Aswell, Superintendent of Public Education Baton Rouge 


Gov. N. C. Blanchard, President Baton Rouge 

Atty. Gen. Walter Guion New Orleans 

State Supt. J. B. Aswell, Secretary Baton Rouge 

Hon. D. C. Scarborough Natchitoches 

Hon. Thos. H. Lewis Opelousas 

Hon. Walter J. Burke New Iberia 

Hon. a. Brittin New Orleans 

Capt. E. L. Kidd Ruston 

Prof. T. H. Harris Baton Rouge 

Dr. Jas. H. Dillard New Orleans 


No. of 
Parish. Superintendent's Name. Address. Schools. 

Acadia J. H. T-.ewis Crowley 45 

ABcension D. B. Showalter Donaldsonvllle 87 

Assumption S. A. Alleman Napoleonville 38 

Avoyelles Victor L. Roy Marksville 94 

Baton Rouge. E H. J. Strickland Baton Rousre 4S 

Baton Rouge, W I^oo M. Pavrot Port Allen 20 

Bienville W. P. Head Arcadia 84 

Bossier J. E. Johnston Benton 78 

Caddo J. C. Moncure Shreveport 100 

Calcasieu John McNeese Lake Charles 160 

Caldwell A. B. Hundley Columbia 17 

Cameron A. Q. Murray T^owry 86 

Carroll. E T. J. Powell I^ke Providence 84 

Carroll, W W. McG. Dollerhlde Floyd 24 

Catahoula T. W. Perrin Harrisonburg 79 

Claiborne E. H. McClendon Homer 181 

Concordia D. S. Strlckler Vidalia 34 





Pariah. Superintendent's Name. Address. 

De Soto William Qoaa Mansfield 

Feliciana, E A. B. Miller Wilson 

Feliciana. W Q. W. Newman St. Francisville 

Franklin H. F. SmuUen Fort Necessity .... 

Qrant J- N. Warner Pollock 

Iberia J- C. Ellis New Iberia 

Iberville C. J.Brown Plaquemines 

Jackson R. L*. Jordan Avard 

Jefferson F. A. Middleton McDonofirhvllle .... 

Lafayette L. J. Alleman Lafayette 

Lafourche T. A. Badeaux Thibodaux 

Lincoln A. B. Staples Ruston 

Llvin^ton L. A. Qowers Bayou Barbary ... 

Madison H. B. Lewis Ashley 

Morehouse J. O. Taylor Bastrop 

Natchitoches U. P. Breazeale Natchitoches 

Orleans Warren Baston New Orleans 

Ouachita T. O. Brown West Monroe 

Plaquemines R. E. Hingle Pointe-a-la-Hache 

Pointe Coupee C. F. Trudean New Roads 

Rapides U L. Hooe Alexandria 

Red River J. I. Teer Coushatta 

Richland T. H. McGregor Rayville 

Sabine John H. Williams Many 

St. Bernard M. Cambre St. Bernard 

St. Charles T. B. Sellers Ama 

St. Helena D. Edgar Nettler Oreensburg , 

St. James J. N. Gourdain Convent 

No. of 




























St. John J. E. Guardia Edgard 

St. Landry C. J. Thompson Opelousas 

St. Martin Justin C. Daspit St. Martinsville. 

St. Mary Dr. D. N. Foster Franklin 

St Tammany W. C. Evans Mandevllle 

Tangipahoa Kit Williams Amite 

Tensas A. E. Green St. Joseph 

Terrebonne W. P. Tucker Houma 

Union J. O. Hodnett Marion 

Vermilion A. M. Smith Abbeville 

Vernon W. L. Ford Leesvllle 

Washington J. W. Bateman Franklinton 

Webster J. M. Davies MInden 

Winn Gas Moss Winnfleld 

. 87 
. 25 
. 37 
. 33 
. 82 
. 67 
. 59 
. 99 
. 84 
. 62 
. 54 
. 50 


BALDWIN, St. lUry Parish, pop.. 650. 
Gilbert Induitrial School (colored); prep.; co- 
ed.; M. E.; Rey. Pierre Landry. Prin. 
BATON BOVOE, E. Baton Rouge Pariih, pop.. 
Louisiana State Trniyereitj, Agricultural and 
Xechanioal College; uulv. ; atnto; men; 
est. 1860; Thomas D. Boyd. A. M.. LL. 
D., Pres. 
■t. Joseph's Academy; girls' boarding; R. C; 
est. 1865; Mother Raphael. Superior. 
CLINTON, E. Feliciana Parish, pop.. 960. 
■iUiman Collegiate Institute; girls* boarding; 
Presb.; est. 1852; Rev. F. W. Lewis. 
CONVENT, St. James Parish, pop.. 650. 
JefTenon College; col.; men; R. C; est. 1864; 
Very Rer. R. H. Smith. S. M.. Pres. 
COVINOTON, St. Tammany Parish, pop.. 650. 
Dixon Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; Wil- 
liam A. Dlzon, Prin. 
DONALDSONVILLE, Ascension Parish, pop.. 

St. Vincent's Institute; girls' boarding; R. C; 
Sister M. Clotilda. Prin. 
GRAND COTEAU. St. Landry Parish, pop. 521. 

Academy of the Sacred Heart; girls* board- 
ing; R. C; Mother H. Sarens. Prin. 

HARRISONBURG. Catahoula Parish, pop. 803. 
Harrisonburg High School; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect; A. W. Meadows, Prin. 

JACKSON. £. Feliciana Parish, pop., 2.012. 
Centenary College of Louisiana; col.; co-ed.; 
M. B. So.; est. 1825; J. N. Brown. Pres. 
Feliciana Female Collegiate Institute; prep.; 

co-ed.; Presb.; D. O. Byers, Prin. 
Millwood Institute; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
Miss A. M. C. Pearce. Prin. 
KEATCHIE, De Soto Parish, pop.. 826. 
Louisiana Female College; girls' boarding; 

Bapt.; est. 1866; O. W. Thigpen. Pres. 
LAFATETE. LafayeUe Parish, pop. 3.314. 
Southwestern Louisiana Parish Industrial In- 
stitute; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; Edwin 
Lewis Stephens, A. B.. Ph. D., Pres. 




MANSFIELD, DeSoto ParUh, pop.. 847. 
XAiufleld Female OoUete; glrli' boardlny; li. 
B. So.: est. 1866; T. S. Sligh« Pre*. 
MAKKSYILLE, Avoyellea Fariih, pop.. 837. 
Markarille Hi^h Sohool; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
■ect.: V. L. Ro7, Prln. 
MONROE, OuAohiU ParUh, pop.. 6.428. 
St. Hyacinth' ■ Boardinf Aoademy; prep.; co- 
ed.; B. 0.; Sister St. Ignatius, Prin. 
MT. LEBANON, BienviUe Parish, pop.. 205. 
Mt. Lebanon Baptist Male College; col.; men; 
Bapt.; est. 1851; C. Cothingbam, M. A., 
NATCHITOCHES, Natohitoches Parish, pop.. 
Louisiana State Normal School; normal; state; 
co-ed.; B. C. Caldwell, Pres. 
NEW IBEIIIA, Iberia Parish, pop.. 6.815. 
Fasnacht's Graded Institute; prep.; co-ed.; 
non-sect.; Miss Marie L. Fasnacht, Prin. 
NEW ORLEANS, Orleans Parish, pop. 287.104. 
Academy of the Sacred Heart; girls' board- 
ing; R. C; Madam C. Desbarats, Prin.. 
4621 St. Charles Ave. 
Algier's Sohool of Shorthand and Typewrit- 
ing; stcn.; co-ed.; M. Beatty. Prin.. 420 
Bermuda St. 
Audubon Sugar Sohool; chom. and sugar 
analysis; co-ed.; Thomas D. Boyd. A. M.. 
I.L. D.. Director, Audubon PI. 
Carillon's Shorthand School; bus. and sten.; 

A. C. Carillon. Prin. 
Ghenet Classical and Commercial Institute; 
prep, and bus.; boys; H. S. Ghenet, 
Cenas School, Miss; girls; prep.; Miss Fran- 
ces Cenas. Prin., 1421 N. Claiborne St. 
College of the Immaculate Conception; col.: 
men; R. C; est. 1847; Rey. Henry S. 
Maring. S. J.. Cor. Baronne and Common. 
Daniel Hand Sohool (colored); prep.; co-ed.; 
Miss M. Isabel Whelpley. Prin., 126 N. 
Rocbeblave St. 
Dyker's Institute; girls' boarding; Christian; 
Harriet V. Dyker. Prln.. 1727 Carondelet. 
Ferrell School for Boys; boys' bearding; non- 
sect.; L. C. Ferrell, Prin., 4920 St. 
Charles Ave. 
Flint Medical College, Medical Department 
New Orleans University; med.; reg.; co- 
ed.; est. 1889; H. J. Clements. M. D.. 
Dean, 1566 St. 
Ouillot's Institute; girls* boarding; non-sect.; 
Miss Marie Guillot. Prin.. 1308 Dauphin. 
Haughn Institute; prep.; co-ed.; non-nect. ; 
est. 1892; Mrs. Margaret M. Hugbn. 
Prln.. lOT).! Octavia St. 
Herbert Institute ; prep. ; co-ed. ; non-sect. ; 

Miss H. Herbert. Prin.. 703 Burgundy. 
Holy Cross College; boys* boarding; R. C. ; 
D. J. Splllard. C. S. C Prin., Daupbine 
and Reynes Sts. 
Holy Trinity School; prep.; boys; Rev. A. 

Beohelmayer, Prln., 2827 Royal. 
Home Institute; girls' boarding; non-sect.; 
Miss Sophia B. Wright. Prin., 1446 Camp 
Infant Jesus Academy; girl's boarding; R. C; 

est. 1894; Sisters of Notre Dame. 
Isadore Newman Manual Training School; 


manual training; co-ed.; non-sect.: eat. 
1904; James B. Addicott, M. A., Pres.. 
1831 Peters Ave. 

Vniversity (colored); coL; co-ed.; 

Bapt.; est. 1870; R. W. Perkins, A. 
M.. Pres.. 7018 St. Charles Ave. 

Loyola College; prep.; boys; R. C; Rev. A. 
Blevers. S. J., Pres., TIT Willow. 

L'Vnion Francaise School; girls* boarding; 
non-sect.; Miss Marie Dumestre, Prin., 
928 N. Rampart. 

Moler College; barbering and hairdrening; 
co-ed.; est. 1893; D. Moler, Mgr., 128 
Carondelet St. 

Newoomb Memorial College; H. Sophia, of 
Tulane University; col.; women.; non- 
sect.; est. 1886; Brandt Van Blarcom 
Dlzon, LL. D., Pres. 

New Orleans College of Dentistry; dent; co- 
ed.; est. 1899; A. O. Friedrichs. M. D.. 
Dean. 831 Carondelet St. 

New Orleans College of Oratory and Elocu- 
tion; elo. and or.; co-ed.; Miss Lilly €. 
Whlttaker, Prln., 707 Common. 

New Orleans College of Pharmacy; phar.; 
co-ed.; est. 1900; Philip Aaher, Dean, 
725 Camp St. 

New Orleans Normal and Training School; 
normal; city; co-ed.; Miss Margaret C. 
Hanson. Prin.. 1142 Constance St. 

New Orleans University (colored); col.; co- 
ed.; M. E.; est. 1873; Rev. F. H. Knight, 
Ph. D.. Pres.. 6318 St. Charles Ave. 

New Orleans University, College of Fharmaay 
(colored); phar.; co-ed.; est. 1900; H. J. 
Clements. Dean, 1666 Canal St. 

Paragon Shorthand Institute; bus. and sten.; 
est. 1890; Alex. Licbtentag. Prop., Camp 
and Enterpe Sts. 

Pioar Institute; girls' boarding; non-sect.; 
Miss Alice Gamatls, Prin.. 2808 Bsplan- 

Plcard Institute; prep.; co-ed.; B. 0.; Mrs. 

A. Plcard, Prin.. 2808 Esplanade Ave. 
Pinac Institute; girls' boarding; non-sect.; 

Marie L. Pinac, Prin.. 1409 HosplUl. 
Points Musical Institute; music; co-ed.; Miss 

D. Points, Prln.. 930 Elyslan Fields Ave. 
Pursell-Shields School; girls' boarding; non- 
sect.; Mrs. Pursell-Shields. Pres.. 2916 

Robert Institute; prep.; co-ed.; Miss E. Rob- 
ert. Prin., 2312 Barracks. 
Rugby School; boys' boarding; non-sect.; W. 

E. Walls and W. C. Jones. Prins.. 4808 
St. Charles Ave. 

St. Agnes Hall School; prep.; co-ed.; Bliss 

M. Burthe. Prln. 
St. Aloysius College; boys* boarding; R. C; 

Brother Celcstln. Prin.. 1105 Esplanade. 

St. Joseph's Commercial Academy; boys' 

boarding; R. C; Brother Athanaslus. 

Prin.. 2137 St. Philip St. 
St. Louis Diocesan Seminary; theol.; men; 

R. C. : Vory Rev. Michael S. Ryan. C. M., 

D. D.. Pros.. 1438 Henry Clay St. 
St. Simeon's Select Sohool; girls' boarding; 

R. r.: Sister Adelaide, Prin., 1321 An- 

nuni'Iatlon St. 
Sloan-Duployan Shorthand School; bus. and 

sten.; co-ed.; (diaries Nathan. Prtn. 





Votrs Dame Aijademy; prep.; R. C; girl*' 

boarding; est. 1893. 
8oei«t« rraneaiM dn Jnill«t Sohool; prep.; 

hoju; non-wet.; Bilsi Ada FVeret, Prin., 

1028 St. Peter. 
Boole Oommeroial Collefo and Literary Xnati- 

tata; but., aten., and prep.; co-ed.; non- 

aect.; George Soule, Pres.. 808 St. 

Charlea Ave. 
Sontham Aoadamio Znatitate; girla* boarding; 

non-ieet.; lira. Kate G. Seaman, Prin.. 

2618 Coliaeom Aye. 
Baatliani Gollege of Moaic; mualc; co-ed.; 

Mra. O. Darid. Prea.. 1216 FeUcitj. 
Boiitlftani Vnivarai^ and A, and M. OoUaga 

(colored); col. and tech.; co-ed.; non- 

aect.; H. A. Hill, Pres. 
Spencer 'a Buaineaa College; bua. and aten.; 

co-ed.; eat. 1893; L. C. Spencer, B. S., 

■traight XTniveraity (colored); col.; co-ed.; 

0>ng.; eat. 1869; Oscar Atwood, A. M., 

Prea.. Cor. (3anal and S. Tonti Sta. 
Trinity Bohool; prep.; co-ed.; Rev. C. Nier- 

mann, Prin., Oliver and Ellsa Sts. 
Talaaa VniToraity of Louiaiana; univ.; co- 
ed.; non-sect.; est. 1834; Edwin B. Craig- 
head, LL. D.. Pres. 
Tulane VniTtraity, College of Technology; 

tech.; co-ed.; Crown Ayres, Ph. D.. Dean. 
Tulane VniT«rai^, Department of Pharmaoy; 

phar.; co-ed.; eat. 1838; Stanford B. 

ChaUle, A. M.. M. D.. LL. D., Dean, 

(^nal and N. Robertson Sts. 
Tvlana VniT«raity, Law Department; law; 

men; eat. 1847; Harry H. Hall, Dean, 

Tnlane Ave. and University PI. 

Tolana VniTaraity, Xedioal Department; med.; 
reg.; men; eat. 1834; SUnford B. CkalUa. 
A. M.. M. D., LL. D., Dean. Canal and 
N. Vlllero Sts. 

Twentieth Oftntnxy and Cowlea Shorthand 
School; bus. and aten.; co-ed.; Misa Ma- 
rie R. Wood. Prin., 646 Commercial PI. 

VniTeraity Sohool; boys' boarding; non-aect.; 
T. W. Dyer. Prin., 1923 Coliaenm St. 

Uraulina ConTont; girla* boarding; B. C; 
Mother St. Stanialans. Prin.. 4580 
Dauphine St. 

Wheeler Buaineaa College; bos. and sten.; co- 
ed.; WiUard J. Wheeler, Prea., 808 
Canal St. 

NEW ROADS, Pointe (^upee Panah, pop.. 770. 
Poydraa Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; non-aect; I. 
J. Vaughan, Prin. 

OPELOVSAB, St. Landry Pariah, pop.. 2,961. 
Aoademy of the Immaculate Ck>noeption; B. 
C; prep.; co-ed.; Slater Veronica, Prin. 

RUSTON, Lincoln Co., pop.. 1.324. 
Louiaiana Induatrial Institute; tech. and in- 
dost.; state; co-ed.; est. 1906; W. B. 
Taylor, Ph. D.. Pres. 
SHREVEPORT, Caddo Pariah, pop., 16.013. 
Draughon'a Praetioal Buaineaa College; bua. 
and sten.; P. B. Townsley, Manager. 

THIBODEAITX, La Fourohe Pariah, pop.. 3.263. 

Mount Oarmel Aoademy; girls' boarding; R. 

C. Sister Superior. 

WELSH, Calcaaieu Pariah; pop. 820. 

Welah Normal and Buainesa Inatituto; bua. 

and nor.; co-cd. ; non-aect.; J. N. Nelaon. 


Population, 694466. School census, 162,310. School age, 5-21. 
Maine is the thirtieth state of the Union in point of population, having a total 
of 694,466 inhabitants, of whom 692,226, or 99.7 per cent, are white. Of this num- 
ber 92,935, or 13.4 per cent, are foreign born. The percentage of illiteracy of the 
entire population is 5.1 per cent, the state ranking eighteenth in this respect. The 
educational system of the state is as follows: 


W. W. Stetson, State Superintendent of Public Schools Augusta 

Public school text-books are required, by state law, to be furnished free by 
the several towns. There is no State Text-Book Commission and no state uni- 
formity of text books. 


W. E. Russell, Secretary Gorham 


Maine has no county superintendents of schools, but has instead what 
is called the "town system" of school supervision, each city and town, or in some 
cases, where the towns are small, a group of towns, having its individual superin- 
tendent of schools. 


ATHENS, Somerset Co., pop. 888. 
Somerset Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
L. C. Williams. Prln. 
AUGUSTA, Kennebec Co., pop. 11,683. 
Shsw Business College; bus. and sten.; est. 
1893; Carroll H. Blalsdell, Prln. 

BANOOR, Penobscot Co., pop. 21,850. 

Bangor Business College; bus. and sten.; B. 

D. Pratt, Pres. 
Bangor Training School; nor.; women: city; 

L. Eleanor Cloudman. Prin. 
Bangor Theological Seminary: tbeol.: oo-ed.; 

pKt. 1814: Rev. David N. Beacb, D. D.. 


Shaw Business College; bus. and sten.; est. 

1884; P. L. Shaw. Pres. 
University of Maine, Bohool of Zaw; law; co- 

ed.; est. 1888; W. E. Walx. M. A., Dean. 
BELFAST, Waldo Co., pop. 4.016. 

Banks Business College; bus. and sten.; est. 
1900; E. A. Banks. Prln. 
BETHEL, Oxford Co., pop. 722. 
Gould's Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
Frank E. Hanscom, A. M., Prln. 

BLUEHILL, Hancock Co., pop. 1,828. 
George Stevens Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; William II. l'att»Mi. Ph. B., Prln. 

PRYNSWICX, Cumberland Co., pop. 6,210. 
Bowdoin College; col.; men; Cong.; aat. 1802; 

Rev. Wm. De Witt Hyde, D. D., LL. D.. 

Medical School of Maine at Bowdoin College; 

med.; reg.; men; est. 1820; Alfred 





Mitchell. A. M.. M. D.. Dean. 
BVOKBPOBT, Hanoook Co., pop. 2.839. 
East Maine Conferenoe Seminary; prep.; co- 
ed.; M. E.: est. 1848; Frederick E. Brag- 
don, A. M., Pres. 
CABTINE, Hancock Co., pop. 925. 
Eastern State Normal School; normal; state; 
co-ed.; A. F. Richardson, A. M.. Pres. 
CHABLE8T0K, Penobscot Co., pop. 842. 
Hiffrins* CUssioal Institute; prep.; co-ed.; 
Bapt.: Arthur M. Thomas, A. M., Priu. 
CHEBBYFIELD, Washincton Co., pop. 1,859. 
Cherryfleld Ao&demy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
Benj. Coffin and Thos. C. Tooker. Prlns. 
COBINKA, Penobscot Co., pop. 1,170. 
Corinna ITnion Academy; prep.; co-od. ; non- 
sect; est. 1852; L. Whitney Elklns. A. 
B.. Prln. 
OmCBERLAKD CENTER, Cumberland Co., 
pop. 860. 
Oreely Institute; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; Si- 
mon Moulton Hamlin, Prln. 
DRESDEN MILLS, Lincoln Co., pop. 200. 
Bridge Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
est. 1890; Charles Whitney, B. S., Prln. 
EAST CORINTH, Penobscot Co., pop. 478. 
East Corinth Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; est. 1844; William E. Wing. A. B.. 
EAST MACHIAS, Washington Co., pop. 1.621. 
Washington Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
<'Kt. 1792; George Wooster Th(yn::8. A. B.. 
FARMINOTON, Fz«nklin Co., pop. 1,261. 
Abbott FamUy School; boys* boarding; non- 
sect.; George Dudley Chnrch. Prln. 
Farmington State Normal School; normal; 
state; co-ed.; George C. Purlngton. A. 
M., Pres. 
FORT KENT, Aroostook Co., pop. 2.628. 
Madawaska Training School; normal; state; 
co-ed.; Miss Mary P. Newland. Pres. 
FOZCROFT, PiscaUquis Co.. pop. 1,629. 
Fozcroft Academy: prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
Lyman Kingman Lee, A. B., Prln. 
FREEDOM. Waldo Co.. pop. 479. 
Freedom Aoademy; prep, and bus.; co-cd. ; 
non-sect.; est. 1836; A. E. Llnsoott, A. B., 
FRTEBITRO, Oxfo^ Co., pop. 550. 
Fryeburg Acadeiny; prep.; co-ed.; nmi-sect.; 
Emerson L. Adams. A. M., HuadmuHtc-r. 
OORHAM, Cumberland Co., pop. 2,640. 
Western Normal School; normal; state; co- 
ed.: W. J. Corthell. LL. D., Prt'S. 
ORAT, Cumberland Co., pop. 1.388. 
Pennell Institute; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; C. 
V. Rowland. Prln. 
HAMPDEN, Penobscot Co., pop. 2.182. 
Hampden Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
est 1803: Henry W. Mayo. President. 
HEBRON, Oxford Co., pop. 494. 
Hebron Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; Bapt.; Wm. 
E. Sargent, A. M., Prln. 
HOULTON, Aroostook Co., pop. 4,686. 
Ricker Classica.1 Institute; prep.; co-ed.; 

Bapt.; Justin O. Wellman. Prin. 
KENTS HILL, Xennabeo Co., pop. 160. 
Maine Wesleyan Seminary and Female Ool- 
lege; girls' boarding; M. B.; est. 1860; 
Re?. William F. Berry. President. 
LEE, Penobscot Co., pop. 801. 

Lee Normal Academy; normal; prirate; co-ed. 

LEWISTON. Androscoggin Co.. pop. 23.701. 

Bates College; col.; co-ed.; Free Bapt.; est. 

1868; George C. Chase, D. D., LL. D.. 


Bliss Business College; bus. and sten.; O. D. 

Bliss. Pres. 
Cobb Divinity Schcol, Bates College; theol.; 
Fn^ Bapt.; est. 1340; James A. Howe, 
D. D., Dean. 
LDONOTON, York Co., pop. 1.001. 
Limington Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
S. B. Marks. Prln. 
LITCHFIELD CORNERS, Xennabeo Co., pop. 
Litchfield Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
O. 0. Merrill, A. B.. Prln. 
NEWCASTLE, Lincoln Co., pop. 1,076. 

Lincoln Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
George H. Larrabee, A. M.. Prin. 

NEW GLOUCESTER, Cumberland Co., pop. 
Stevens School; girls' boarding; non-sect.; M. 
B. Hnd S. P. Stevens. Prlns. 
NORTH ANSON, Somerset Co., pop. 1.000. 
Anson Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; est. 
1823; George Thomas Sweet. A. B.. Prin. 
NORTH BRIDOTON, CumberUnd Co., pop. 280. 
Bridgton Academy; prop.; co-ed.; non-suct. ; 
est. 18;).S: Elmer F. Newell. Ph. D.. 
NORTH PARSONFIELD, York Co., pop. 200. 
Parsonfleld Seminary; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.: 
Frederick W. Ernst, Prln. 
ORONO, Penobscot Co., pop. 8.257. 
University of Maine; unlv.; state; co-ed.; est. 
1867: George Emory Fellows. Ph. D.. LL. 
D., Pres. 
PITTSFUXD, Somerset Co., pop. 2.208. 

Maine Central Institute; prep.; co-ed.; free 
Bapt.; F. U. Landman, Prln. 
PORTLAND, Cumberland Co.. pop. 60,146. 
Gray's Portland Business College; bus. and 

sten. ; Frank L. Gray, Pres. 
Norton's (Miss) Training School for Xinder- 
gartners; nor. kind.; women; est. 1906; 
Mlas Abbey N. Norton, Prln. 
Sawyer's (Miss) School of Shorthand; sten.; 
co-ed.; est. 1885; Miss Annie L. Sawyer. 

St. Elisabeth's Academy; girls' boarding; B. 
C; Mother Mary Teresa. Prln. 

St. Joseph's Academy; girls* boarding; R. C; 
est. 1SS2: Sl8ier Mary Wilfrid J.. Di- 

Shaw's Business College; bus. and sten.; P. 
L. Shuw. Pres. 

Virgil Clavier School; mus.; co-ed.; est. 1895; 
Frank L. Rankin. Director. 

Waynflete School; girl's prep.; non-sect.; est. 





1888; BClM OaroUne M. Orlflfleld and 

Mist Agnes Lowell, Principals. 
Westbrook Seminary and Female OoUege; 

prep.; co-ed.; Unly.; est. 1831. 

William Gary JosUn. A. M.. L. H. D., 

BOOKLAVD, Kboz Oa., pop. 8,160. 
Aoekland Ckmuneroial OoUaga; bos. and sIbb.; 

est. 1880; Howard and Brown. Prlns. 

and Props. 
SACO, York Go., pop. 6.122. 
Ttamrnton Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 

Ernest Bollston Woodbury, A. B., Prln. 
8EBAOO, Cnmberlaad Co., pop. 676. 
Potter Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; est. 

1886; Herbert B. Tbompson, A. B., Prln. 

SOUTH BEBWZOK, Toirk Co., pop. 8,188. 
Berwick Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
Frank B. Nye, Headmaster. 
SOUTH CnnrA, Kennebeck Co., pop. 102. 
EzBUne Aoademy; inrep.; co-ed.; non-sect, 
est. 1883; W. J. Thompson, Principal. 
SPEIHOFIEIiD, Penobsoot Co., pop. 632. 
Springileld Hormal Sdiool; normal; state; co- 
ed.; Miss Anna H. Ghadboume, Prln. 

YASSALBOBO, K«mebeck Co., pop. 2,061. 
Oak Grove Seminary; prep.; co-ed.; Friends; 
George L. Jones, Prin. 

WATEEVILLE, Kennebeck Co., pop. 8,4T7. 
Oobnm Olastloal Institnte; prep.; co-ad.; 

Bapt.; O. S. Sterenson. A. M.. Prln. 
Odby CoUaga; col.; co-ed.; Bapt; eat 1818; 
Rer. Charles Lincoln White, D. D., Pres. 

Kiaat's Bnainass College; bos. and sten.; H. 
L. 0. Lannlng, Pres. 

WILTOV, Franklin Co., pop. 1.647. 
Wilton Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; non-aect; 
Drew T. Harthom, Prln. 

WISOASSET, Linooln Co., pop. 1.273. 
Wiaoaaset Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect; 
est. 1808; Charles S. Sewall. A. B.. Prin- 

WOODFOBDS, Sabnrb of Portland. 
Westbrook Seminary; girls' boarding; anir.; 
est 1884. 

TABMOUTH, Cumberland Co., pop. 2,274. 
Horth Tarmonth Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; non* 
sect.; Frederick H. Dole, A. B., Prln. 


Population, 1,190,050. School census, 336,230. School age, 5-18. 

Maryland is the twenty-sixth state of the Union in point of population, having 
a total of 1,190,050 inhabitants, of whom 952,424, or 80.2 per cent, are white. Of 
this number 93,144, or 7.9 per cent, are foreign born. The percentage of illiteracy 
of the entire population is ii.i per cent, the state ranking thirty-second in this 
respect. The educational system of the state is as follows: 


M. Bates Stephens, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Annapolis 

J. Montgomery 'Gambrill, Asst. Supt Annapolis 


Edwin Warpield, Governor, President Annapolis 

M. Bates Stephens, State Superintendent, Secretary Annapolis 

John G. Rogers Ellicott City 

Clayton Purnell Frostburg 

E. Stanley Gary Equitable Building, Baltimore 

Z. P. Wharton Stockton 

Robert C. Cole Roland Park 

Glenn H. Worthington Frederick 


Public school text-books are required, by state law, to be furnished free by the 
state. There is no State Text-Book Commission, however, recognized as such as 
a separate board. 


M. Bates Stephens Annapolis 

Miss S. E. Richmond Baltimore City 

Edwin Hebden Baltimore City 

H. Crawford Bounds Baltimore City 

Miss Margaret M. Robinson Frederick* City 

Herbert E. Austin Baltimore City 

Dr. S. Simpson, President Westminster 






CkiUDty. Examiner's Name. Address. 

Allegany A. C. Willison Cumberland 

Anne Arundel H. R. Wallace Annapolis 

Baltimore City James H. Van Sickle. Supt.. Baltimore City 

Baltimore Albert S. Cook Towson 

Carroll S. Simpson Westminster 

Caroline Edward M. Noble Denton 

Cecil George Biddle Elkton 

Calvert J. Briscoe Bunting Prince Frederick. 

Charles Michael R. Stone La Plata 

Dorchester Wm. P. Beckwith Cambridge 

Frederick Bphraim K Boblitz Frederick 

Qarrett Edward A. Browning Oakland 

Howard Woodland C. Phillips Ellicott City 

Harford Charles T. Wright Bel Air 

Kent Milton Melvin Chestertown 

Montgomery Samuel R. White Rockville 

Prince George Frederick Sasscer Upper Marlboro. . . 

Queen Anne Louis L. Beatty Centreville 

St. Mary Gteorge W. Joy Leonardtown 

Somerset Wm. H. Dashiell Princess Anne 

Talbot Alex. Chaplain Ea^ston 

Washington John P. Fockler Hagerstown 

Wicomico H. Crawford Bounds Salisbury 

Worcester Edgar W. McMaster Pocomoke City 

Pop. of 
... 63.694 
... 40.018 
... 90.766 
... 38.860 
... 16.248 
... 24.662 
... 10.223 
... 27.962 
... 61.920 
... 17.701 
... 16.715 
... 28.269 
... 18.786 
... 80.461 
... 29.898 
... 18.364 
... 18.136 
... 26.923 
... 20.342 
... 46,133 
... 22.869 
... 20.865 


AMXENDALE, Prince Oeorye Oo#, pop. 16. 
Ammendale Normal Institute; normal: co- 
ed.; R. C; est. 1880; Brother Austin, 

AHVAPOLIS, Anna Arundel Co., pop. 8.625. 
St. John's Oolleffe; col.; men; non-sect.; est. 

1780; Thomas Fell. LL. D.. Pres. 
United States Haval Academy; naral; men; 

U. S. Gorernment; est. 1845; Capt. Wil- 

lard H. Brownson, U. S. N.; Supt. 
BALTDCOBE, pop. 608.067. 
Aoademy of the Visitation; girls' boarding; 

R. C; Sister Mary Agatha Scott. Prin.. 

604 Park Are. 
Affordby School; primary and Icindergarten 

normal; est. 1888; Laura M. Beatty. 

Prin.. 811 Courtland St. 
Baltimore Business College i bus. and sten.: 

B. H. Norman. Pres.. 6 N. Charles St. 
Baltimore City College; prep.; men; non- 
sect.; est. 1839; Francis A. Soper. A. M.. 

Baltimore College cf Dental Surgery; dent.; 

co-ed.; est. 1839; M. W. Foster, D. D. 

S.. Dean, Cor. Easton and Franlclin. 
Baltimore Law School: law; co-ed.; est. 1900; 

Alfred S. Nilos. LL. B., A. M., Dean, 

232 St. Paul. 
Baltimore Medical College ; med. ; reg. ; men ; 

est. 1881: David Streett, A. M.. M. D.. 

Pres.. 712 Paris Ave. 
Baltimore Medical College, Dental Depart- 

ment; dent.: men; est. 1895; Wm. A. 

Montell, D. D. S.. Dean. Howard Are. 

and Madison. 
Baltimore Normal School (colored); normal; 

private; co-ed.; George Harrison, Pres., 

Saratoga and Courtland. 
Baltimore Polytechnic Institute; tech.; men; 

est. 1884; William R. King. U. S. N., 

Prin.. 311 Courtland St. 

Baltimore School cf Cktmfent Cutting; gar- 
ment cutting for men; night; est. 1809; 
Hecklinger and Oehm, Props., 221 Han- 
over St. 

Baltimore School of Pemln Shorthand; sten.; 
est. 1887; B. W. Weems, Prin.. 1419 N. 
Charles St. 

Baltimore University , School of Zaw; law: 
men; est. 1814; Thomas R. Glendenin. 
Dean, 232 St. Paul. 

Baltimore University, School of Medicine: 
med.; reg.; men; est. 1883; H. H. BUmI- 
ler. A. M.. M. D.. Dean, 23-29 Bond St. 

Boys' lAtin School; boys' day; non-sect.: 
James A. Dunham. Prin., 1006-1014 

Bryn Mawr School for Oirla; girls* da.v: 
est. 1885; non-sect; Bdlth Hamilton. Bf. 
A.. Head Mistress, Cor. Cathedral and 

Calvert Hall College; boys* boarding; R. C: 
Brother Denis. Prin.. Cor. Cathedral and 

College of Physicians and Surgeons; mod.: 
rejr. ; men; est. 1872; Chas. P. Bevan. 
M. D., Dean, corner Calvert and Sara- 

Country School, The; boys* boarding; non- 
sect.; est. 1806: S. Wardwell Kinney. 
M. A.. Headmaster. Charles St. 

Deiohman College Preparatory School; prep.; 
boys; non-sect.; est. 1884: E. Deichmann, 
Ph. D.. Prin.. 847 N. Howard St. 

Eaton ft Burnett Business College: bua. and 
sten.; A. H. Eaton. Pres.. Cor. Balti- 
more and Charles. 

Epiphany Apostolic College; boys' boarding: 
R. C; Justin McCarthy. Prin., Walbrook 

Friends School; prep.; co-ed.; Friends; Ed- 





ward C. Wilson, Prln.. Park PI. and 

Oirla' Latin Bohool; girls* boarding; M. B.; 
est. 1890; Harlan Updegraff. A. M., Prin. 

Johns Hopkins tTniversity; nnlv.; men; non- 
sect.; est. 1876; Ira Remsen, LL. D., 

Johns Hopkins University, Xedioal Bohool; 
med.; reg.; co-od.; est. 1893; W. H. 
HoweU, Ph. D.. M. D.. LL. D.. Dean. 
Washington and Monument. 

Knapp's Institute; prap.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
W. A. Knapp. Prin.. 851-853 HolUns. 

Loyola College; col.; men; R. C; est. 1802; 
Key. John A. Morgan. S. J., Calrert. 
Monument and Madlsoa St. 

Maryland College of Phnrmaoy; phar.; co- 
ed.; est. 1841; Charles Caspari. Jr., Dean, 
Aisqnith Are. and Fayette. 

Maryland Institute School of Art and Design; 
art; co-ed; est. 1847; John M. Carter, 

Maryland Medical College; med.; reg.; men; 
est. 1898; J. B. Scbwatka. M. D., Dean. 

Maryland State Normal School; normal; state; 
co-ed.; George Washington Ward, Ph. 
D., Pres., corner Lefayette and Carroll- 
ton Aves. 

Milton Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; est. 
1847; W. James Heaps. Ph. D., Prin., 
810 W. Hoffmun St. 

Morgan College; col.; co-ed.; M. E.; est. 
1876; Rev. P. J. Wagner, D. D., Pres., 
Cor. Bdmondaon and Fulton Ave. 

Mount Pt. Joseph's College; boys' boarding: 
R. 0.; Brother Joseph. Prin., Station D., 
Folk Ave. extended. 

Hotre Dame of Maryland; girls' boarding; R. 
C; est. 1873; Sister Mary Clarissa, Ro- 
land Park (Balitmore County). 

Peabody Conservatory of Music; mus.; est. 
1857; Harold Randolph. Director. Mt. Ver- 
non PI. and Charles St. 

Bandolph-Harrison School; girls' boarding; 
non-sect.; Mrs. J. Randolph Harrison 
Randall. Prin . 1406 Park Ave. 

Sadler's Bryant ft Stratton Business Collage; 
bus. and sten.; W. H. Sadler, Pres., 715 
N. EuUw St. 

Samuel Ready School; girls' boarding; non- 
sect.; est. 1887; Miss Helen J. Rowe. 

St. Franoes Academy; girls' boarding; R. C; 
Mother Magdalen, Prin.. 410 Courtland 

St. Joseph's Seminary; col.; men; R. C; 
est. 1888; Rev. Justin McCarthy. Presi- 

Shaftesbury College of Expression; dramatic; 
co-ed.; est. 1890; Alice May Youse, Prin.. 
14 N. Carey St. 

Southern Homeopathio Medioal College; med.; 
homeop.; co-ed.; est. 1891; George T. 
Shower, A. M., M. D., Dean, Mount and 
Rlggs Ave. 

Southern Home School; girls' boarding; non- 
sect.; Mrs. W. M. Gary and Miss Gary. 
Prins.. 915 N. Charles. 

Strayer's Business College; bus. and sten.; 
S. Irving Strajcr, Pres., 225 E. Baltimore 

Theological Seminiury of St. Sulpioe and St. 

Mary's University; theol.; men; R. C.; 

est. 1791; Very Rev. Edward R. Dyer, 

D. D., Pres.. N. Poca St. 
University of Maryland; Univ.; non-sect.; 

men; est. 1807; Bernard Carter. LL. D., 

University of Maryland, Dental Department; 

dent.; men; est. 1882; Ferdinand J. S. 

Oorgas. A. M., D. D. S.. Dean, Cor. 

Greene and Lombard. 
University of Maryland, Medioal CoUege; 

med.; reg.; men; est. 1807; R. Doraey 

Coale, Ph. D., Dean, Cor. Greene and 

Univeraity of Maryland, School of Law; law; 

men; est. 1814; John P. Poe, Dean, 224 

St. Paul St 
University School for Boys; boys' boarding; 

non-sect.; W. S. Marston, Prin., 1205 

Cathedral St. 
Wilford Home School; primary; co-ed.; est. 

1878; Mrs. Walter R. Bullock, Prin., 1405 

Park Avenue. 
Woman's College of Baltimore; women; M. 

E.; est. 1888; Rev. J. F. Goucher, LL. D., 

Pres., St. Paul, from 23rd to 25th N. 
Woman's Medioal Collage; med.; reg.; 

women; est. 1882; S. Griffith Davis, M. 

D., Acting Dean. 
BBODXEYILLE, Montgomery Go., pop. 158. 
Brookaville Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; Clinton M. Moore, Prin. 
BBXTHSWIOK, Frederiok Co., pop. 2,471. 
Brunswiok Seminary; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 

J. J. Shenk, Prin. 
BUCKETSTOWV, Frederiok Co., pop. 436. 
Buokeystown Normal; ner.; co-ed.: non-aeet.; 

est. 1888: F. R. Nelghboura. Prin. 
CATDNSVILLE, Suburb of Baltimore. 
Mount da Salea Academy of the Yiaitation; 

girls' boarding; R. 0*.; Sister Ignatla 

Aikin, Prin. 
CHARLOTTE HALL, St. Mary Co., pop. 100. 
Charlotte Hall School; boys* boarding; non- 
sect.; George M. Thomas, A. M., Prin. 
Gay Hill Female School; girls' boarding; non- 

aect.; Prof, and Mrs. Edward T. Briscoe. 
CHESTERTDWV, Kent Co., pop. 3.008. 
Waahington College; eol. ; men; Normal De- 
partment; oo-ed. : non-sect.; est. 1783; 

James W. Cain. LL. D. 
CHEVY CHASE, Montgomery Co., pop. 20. 
Chevy Chase College; girls' boarding; non- 
sect.; S. N. Barker, Pres. 
COLLEGE PARK, Prince George Co., pop. 100. 
Maryland Agricultural College; agri.; state; 

men; est. 1859; R. W. Sylvester, Pres. 
COLORA, Cecil Co., pop. 250. 
West Nottingham Academy; prep.; co-ed.; 

non-sect.; est. 1741; Clifton C. Walker. 

A. M., Principal. 
CUMBERLAND, AUegany Co., pop. 17,128. 
Allegany County Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; est. 1798; Marshall C. Allaben, A. 

B.. Prin. 
Central Commercial College; bus. and sten.; 

C. E. Pusho, Pres. 
Mountain State Buainess College; bus. and 

sten.; A. O. Sine, Pres. 





DABHE8T0WH, Montffomery Co., pop. 148. 
Andrew Small Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non* 

sect.; est. 1867; Rer. M. L. Fearnow, 

A. M., Principal. 
ELLICOTT CITY, Howard Co., pop. 1.831. 
Sook Hill College; col.; men; R. 0.; est. 

1857. Brother Abraham. 
Bt« Charles CoUege; coL; men; R. C; est. 

1848; Rev. F. X. McKenny. S. S. 
EMXITSBITBO, Frederiok Co., pop. 849. 

Mount St. Mary's College; col.; men; R. C; 

est. 1808; Rer. WUUam M. O'Hara, A. 

M., LL. D., Pres. 
St. Joseph's Aoademy; girls' boarding; R. 

C; Sister Henrietta, Prin. 
FOREST OLEV, Montgomery Co., pop. 70. 
Vational Park Seminary; girls* boarding; non- 
sect.; John A. I. Cassedy, Prin. 
FKEDEHTCK, Frederick Co., pop. 9,286. 
Frederiok College and Commercial School; 

prep, and bus.; co-ed.; est. 1779; Lindsay 

Crawley, A. M., Principal. 
St. John's Literary Institution; boys' day; R. 

C; S. J.; W. J. Kane, Prin. 
Woman's College; girls' boarding; Reformed; 

est. 1898; J. H. Apple, A. M., Pres. 
FBOBTBEBO, Allegheny Co., pop. 5.274. 
Maryland State Normal School, No. 8; nor.; 

state; co-ed.; E. D. Mordaogb, Prin. 
HAOEBSTOWV, WasUagtoB Co., pop. 18,691. 
Kee Mar College; girls' boarding; non-sect.; 

est, 1862; Rev. 0. L. Keedy, A. M.. 

M. D., Pres. 
Wolf's Business College; bus. and sten.; D. 

Elmer Wolf, Pres. 

ILCHESTEB, Howard Co., pop. 600. 
Bedemptorist Seminary; ttaeol.; men; B. C; 
est. 1867; Rev. Edward M. Weigel. C. S. 
S. R.. Rector. 
M. A., LL. D., Prin. 
KENSINOTON. suburb of Washington, D. C. 
Columbia School for Boys; boy's boarding; 
non-sect.; est. 1897; Edward DeWitt Mer- 
riman, A. M., President. 
LA PLATA, Charles Co., pop. 800. 

MoDonottgh Institute; prep.; co-ed.; nmi-sect.; 
est. 1903; A. M. Isanogle, A. B., Presi- 
LEONABDTOWN, St. Mary Co., pop. 463. 
St. Mary's Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; B. C; 
Sisters of Charity. 
LUTHEBVILLE, Baltimore Co., pop. 663. 
Maryland College for Women; girls' board- 
ing; Luth.; est. 1853; Rer. J. H. Turner. 
A. M.. Pres. 
MoDONOOH, Baltimore Co., pop. 100. 

MoDonogh School; prep, and manual train.; 
boys; non-sect.; est. 1873; Sidney Turner 

Moreland, Principal. 
MILLEBSVILLE, Anno Arundel Co., pop. 40. 
Anno Arundel Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; Marcus Blakey Allmond, A. M., 
LL. D., Prin. 
MOUNT ST. MABY'S. Frederiok Co., pop. 80. 
Mount St. Mary's College, col.; men; B. C; 
est. 1806. 
MOUNT WASHINGTON, Suburb Baltimoro. 
Mount St. Agnes CoUogo; girls' boarding; 

B. C: Rev. Mother Imelda. Prin. 
Mount Washington Seminary for Boys; boys- 
boarding; R. C; Sister Mary Bonaren- 
ture. Prin. 
NEW WINDSOB, CarroU Co., pop. 430. 
New Windsor College; col.; co-ed.; Presb.; 
est. 1843; Rev. James Fraser, Ph. D., 
PORT DEPOSIT, CeoU Co., pop. 1.575. 
Jaoob Tome Institute, The; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; A. W. Harris. Director. 
PBINCESS ANNE, Princess Anne Co., pop. 240. 
Princess Anne Academy; agri. and mech.; 
co-ed.; M. E.; est. 1888; John Oakley 
Spencer, Pb. D.. President. 

BEISTEBTOWN, Baltimore Co., pop. 640. 

The Hannah Moore Aoademy; girls' boarding; 
P. E.; Joseph Fletcher, Prin. 
BISINO SUN, CecU Co., pop. 882. 

Friends' Normal Institute; closed. 
BOCKVILLE, Montgomery Co., pop. 1,110. 

Bookrillo Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; non-oect.; 
W. Pinckney Mason, Prin. 
ST. OEOBOE, Baltimore Co., pop. 44. 

St. George's Hall for Boys; closed. 

ST. MABT'S CITY, St. Mary Co., pop. 40. 
St. Mary's Female Seminary; girls' boarding; 
non-sect.; Birs. L. V. Maddox, Prin. 
SANDY SPBING, Montgomery Co., pop. 186. 
Sherwood Friends' School; prep.; co-ed.; 
Friends; est, 1883; Ida Palmer Stabler, Pres- 
TANEYTOWN, CarroU Co., pop. 665. 
Milton Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
R. B. Devllbiss, A. M., Prin. 
WASHINGTON GBOVE, Montgomery Co., pop. 
Fainriew Seminary; girls' boarding; non-sect.; 
Grace Herr Frantz, Prin. 
WESTMINSTEB, Carroll Co., pop. 8,199. 
Western Maryland College; col.; co-ed.; 
Meth. Prot.; est. 1868; Ber. T. H. Lewis. 
\. M.. D. D.. Pres. 


Population, 2,805,346. School census, 634,510. School age, 7-14. 

Massachusetts is the seventh state of the Union in point of population, having 
a total of 2,805,346 inhabitants, of whom 2,769,764, or 98.7 per cent, are white. 
Of this number 840,114, or 29.9 per cent, are foreign born. The percentage of 
illiteracy of the entire population is 5.9 per cent, the state ranking twenty-third 
in this respect. The educational system of the state is as follows: 


In Massachusetts, the State Superintendent of Public Instruction is entitled 
"Secretary of the Massachusetts Board of Education.*' 
George H. Majtin, Secretary Massachusetts Board of Education Boston 


Curtis Guild, Jr., Governor Boston 

Eben S. Draper, Lieutenant-Governor Boston 

Mrs. Kate Gannett Wells, 45 Commonwealth Ave Boston 

Clinton Q. Richmond North Adams 

George I. Aldrich Brookline 

Mrs. Ella Lyman Cabot 190 Marlborough St., Boston 

ALBERT E. WiNSHip. Somcrville 

Thomas B. Fitzpatrick Gardner Road, Brookline 

Caroline Hazard Wellesley 

Joel D. Miller • • Leominster 

George H. Martin, Secretary, State House Boston 

C. B. Tillinghast, Clerk and Treasurer, State House Boston 

John T. Prince, Agent ,. West Newton 

G. T. Fletcher, Agent Northampton 

James W. MacDonald, Agent Stoneham 

Walter Sargent, Agent for Promotion of Manual Arts North Scituate 


George H. Martin, Secretary Massachusetts Board of Education Boston 

Arthur B. Chapin, Treasurer Commonwealth of Massachusetts Boston 

Ma^achusetts has a state law requiring free public school text-books. 






Eugene D. Russell, President Lynn 

Caklos B. Ellis, Secretary Springfield 


Mafiachusetts has no county superintendents of schools, but has instead what 
is called the "town system" of school supervision, each city, or in some cases, 
where the towns are small, a group of towns, having its individual superintendent 
of schools. 


▲XKZaiT, Bampihir* Co., pop. S.028. 

Amhtrtt OollAg*; coL; men; uon-sect.; e«t. 
1821; Bar. George Ilarrli. D. D., Pres. 

lUiMohuMtti Arrioultttnl College; agr.; co- 
rd. ; Ntiit<>; <>Nt. lKG.'i; Kciiyoii L. Butter- 
fl.'UI. A. M.. rn». 

Mount Pleasant Inatitute; boys' boarding; 
non-8o<t.: Wm. K. Nasb, A. M.. Prtn. 

Steam's Bchool, Mrs. W. F.; closed. 
▲ITDDVZB, Essex Co., pop. 6.813. 

Abbot Aoademj; girls' boarding; non-sect.; 
Miss Kmily A. Means. Prln. 

Phillips Academy; boys' boarding; non-sect.; 
oat. 177H; Alfrod Krnost Htearns. A. M., 
H. T. B.. Prlnrlpnl. 

PuBohard Tree Bchool.; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
HiTt.; eat. 1H04; ('hurles L. Curtis. A. B.. 
AlKBUBHHAM, Woroeater Co., pop. 1.882. 

Cushlng Aoademj; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
llorrey 8. Cowell. A. M.. Prln. 
AUBUHNDALX, MlddUsex Co., School SUtion. 

Lasell Seminary for Toung Women; girls' 
boarding; non-sect.; est. 1801; C. C. 
Ilragdun. Prln. 

School's announoement. — Unsurpaased so- 
cial adrantnges. Plonaant exourslona to 
Boston museums and art galU^rles. Con- 
cord, Salem. Bunker IIlll. and Plymouth 
make profitable dlveralons for Laai'll stu- 
dents. The art and musical Influence of 
Boaton la atrongly exerted orer Its pupils 
and In thest* two branches Lasell 
Seminary has become famous throughout 
the country. Unusual advantages are 
offered In liousehuld eiH)nomlcs free, in- 
cluding C(M>klng. sewing, dress-cutting 
and millinery. Many graduatea occupy- 
ing prtmitnent poaltlons in social life 
have written thanking us for these prac- 
tical accomplish men ts. 
BARES, Woreester Co.. pop. 2.069. 

Xlm Hill Private School for Feeble-Minded 
Youth; George A. Hr«»wn. M. D.. Supt. 
BEBNARDSTON. Franklin Co.. pop. 792. 

Powers Institute; prep.: c«>od.: non-sect.; 
Thomas Allen. A. M.. Principal. 
BXVXBLT, Ztam Co., pop. 1.^1.884. 

Woodbury's School for Oirls. Miss: girls* 
bi^rdtng: Miss Woodbury. Prln 
BILLSBXOA. Middlee«K Co.. pop. 2.T76. 

non-sect. ; Barl 

Howe School ; prep. ; co-ed. ; 

C. Davis. Prin. 
MitoheU's MiUtary Boys' School; mlL; boys; 

non-sect.; est 1870; M. C. Mitchell, A. 

M., Pres. 
BOSTON, Suffolk Co., pop. 660.892 
Acade m y of Hotre Dame; girls' b.mrding; R. 

C; Slater Mary Johanna. Superior, 2893 

Washington, Roxbury. 
Ballon and Hobigand Preparatory Sohool; 

boys' day; non-sect; H. M. Balloa 

and J. A. Hobigand. Prlns., 1022 Boyls- 


Benediot Sohool of Shorthand; sten.; George 

Benedict, Prln.. 14 Beacon. Room 614. 
Boston College; col.; men; R. C; est. 1864; 

Rev. William F. Govnon. S. J., Pres., 

701 Harrison Ave. 
Boston Dental College; 8(>c Tufts College 

DcntHl School. 
Boaton Normal Sohool; normal; city; women; 

eat. 1872; Wallace C. Boyden. A. M.. 

Head- Master: 97 Huntington Ave. 
Boaton University; univ.; co-ed.; M. B.; est. 

IH7.T: William Kdward Huntington. LL. 

I)., Pres., 72 Mt. Vernon. 
Boston University, Law Sohool; law; co-ed.; 

eat. 1872: Melville M. Blgclow. Dean. 

Aahburton PI. 
Boaton Uniyersity, School of Medicine; med.; 

honieop.; co-ed.; est. 187.3; John P. Suth- 

erlund. M. D.. Dean, 80 E. Concord t*t. 
Bryant ft Btratton Commercial School; bos. 

and aten.: H. E. Hlbbard. Pres.. 834 

Boylston St. 
Burdett College; bus. and sten.; F. B. Rich- 
ardson. Pres., 694 Washington. 
Bynner'a Private Home School for Oirls; 

girls' boarding; non-aect.; Miss Caroline 

N. Bynner, Prln. 
Caiaes* College of Physical Culture; normal 

training: co-ed.; eat. 1904; Richard J. 

Ridgway-Cnlues. Director, 177 Hunting- 
ton Ave. 
Chamberlyane's School for Oirls, Miss; girls* 

boarding: non-sect.; Miss Catherine J. 

Chamberlyane. Prln.. 253 Commonwealth 

Claaalcal School: boy a' boarding; non-eect.; 

Gwrge W. C. Noble. Prin. 
OoUege of PhysiciaBS and SaxfeoBs; med.: 





reff.; co-ed.; est. 1880; John H. Jack- 
•on, M. D.. Piin.. 517 Shawmut Ave. 

Com«r'g CommeroUl Collet*; bus. and sten.; 
est. 1840; Charles E. Comer. Prin.. 120 
Boylston St 

Commonwealth Avenue School, The; girls* 
boarding; Cong.; Miss Fannie C. Guild, 
Prin., 324 Commonwealth Ave. 

Curtis-Peahody School for Girls; girls' board- 
ing; non-sect; Elizabeth Curtis and L. O. 
Peabody, Prins.. 878 Commonwealth Ave. 

Delafleld-ColTin School, The; girls* boarding; 
P. E.; Mrs. Mary N. Colvln. Prin., 26 
and 46 Chestnut. 

Emerson College of Oratory; oratory; co-od.; 
non-sect.; est. 1880; Wm. J. Rolfe. A. M., 
Pres., 239 Huntington Ave. 

Eric Pape School of Art; art; co-ed.; est. 
1888; Eric Pape, Director, Mass. Ave. 
and Boylston. 

Female Aoademy of the Saored Heart; girls* 
boarding; R. C; Mme. F Malloy. Prin.. 
Litt. D., Pres. 
618 Massachusetts Ave. 

Fisher Winter Hill Business College; bus. 
and sten.; est. 1903; E. H. and M. C. 
Fisher, Principals. Somerville. P. O. 134 

Folsom's School for Girls, MUs; closed. 

Freindford Industrial School; indust.; co-ed.; 
Bapt.; est. 1889; Joseph B. Stewart, 
Supt. 1168 Tremont St. 

Garland Kindergarten Training School; nor.: 
women; non-scot.; est. 1873; Mrs. Mar- 
garet Stannard, Prin. 

Harvard Medioal School; med. ; rcg.: men; 
est. 1782; Wm. J. Richardson. M. D., 
Dean, 688 Boylston. 

Harvard University, DenUl School; dent.; 
men; est. 1868; Eugene H. Smith, D. D. 
S.. Dean, foot of W. Grove. 

Hiokoz Shorthand School; sten.; Wm. E. 
Hickox, Prin.. 24 Pierce Bldg. 

Hopkinson School; boys* boarding; non-sect.; 
John P. Hopkinson. Prin.. 29 Chestnut. 

International School for Vocalists and Pian- 
ists; music; est. 1903; William L. Whit- 
ney, Director, 246 Huntington Ave. 

Xassaohusetts ChaHUble Mechanic Associa- 
tion Trade School; men; trade; non-sect.; 
John W. Wood. Jr., S. B., Director. 

Xassachusetts College of Osteopathy; osteop.; 
co-ed.; est. 1897; Wilfred E. Harris, 
D. 0.. Pres.. 684 Huntington Ave. 

Xassaohusetts College of Pharmacy: phar.: 
co-ed.; *»st. 1828; Julian W. Baird. A. M.. 
Dean. Cor. Botolph and Garrison. 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology; tech.: 
co-ed.: state; est. 1861; Henry S. Pritch- 
ett. Ph. D.. LL. D., Pres. 

Xassaohusstts Normal Art School; normal: 
state; co-ed.; George H. Bartlctt, Pres., 
Cor. Exeter and Newbury Sts. 

New England Conservatory of Music; mus.; 
co-ed.; non-sect.; est. 1863; George W. 
Chadwlck, Director. 

North Bennett Street Industrial School; in- 
dust.; co-ed.; non-sect.; est. 1881; E. 
N. Valladlgham. Ph. B.. Director. 

North End Union School; tech.; est. 1892; 
Samuel F. Hubbard. Supt. 

Pemin School of Shorthand and Bookkeeping; 
bus. and sten.; est. 1896; B. ft B. Block. 
Prins.. 100 Boylston St. 

Perry Kindergarten Normal School; nor. kind.; 
women; est. 1898; Mrs. Annie Moseley 
Perry, Prin.. 18 Huntington Ave. 

Bohool of Domestic Science; dom. science; 
women; est. 1888; non-sect.; A. Josephine 
Forehand, 8. T. B.. Prin.. 62 Berkeley St. 

School of the Museum of Fine Arts; art: 
co-ed.; est. 1877; Emily Danforth Nor- 
cross. Manager. 

St. John's Boston Ecclesiastical Seminary; 
theol.; men; It. C; est. 1884; Daniel E. 
Mahor, D. D., Pres. 

Shawmut School for Girls; girls* boarding; 
prep.; Cong.; est. 1885; Ella Gilbert Ives, 

Simmons College; col.; tech.; women; non- 
sect.; est. 1899; Henry Lefavour, Ph. 
D.. LL. D.. Pres. 

Sloyd Training School; tech.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; est. 1888; Gustaf Larsson, Prin., 
39 N. Bennett St. 

Symonds Kindergarten Training School; nor. 
kind.; women; est. 1880; Miss Lucy Har- 
ris Symonds. Prin., 82 St. Stephen St. 

Tufts College, Dental School; dent.; co-ed.; 
est. 1868: Harold WilUams, D. D. S., 
Denn. 416 Huntington Ave. 

Tufts College Medioal School; med.; reg.; co- 
est 1868; Harold Williams. M. D.. Dean, 
416 Huntington Ave. 

T. M. C. A. Evening Institute; men; est. 
1S98; Frank P. Speare, Dean, 458 Boyls- 

BRADFORD, Essex Co., Ind SU., HaverhiU 
P. 0. 
Bradford Aoademy; girls* boarding non-sect.; 
est. 1803; Mis? Laura A. Knott, A. M. 

BRIDGEWATER, Plymouth Co., pop. 6,806. 
State Normal School; normal; state; co-ed.: 
A. G. Boyden, A. M., Pres. 

BRIGHTON, Suburb of Boston. 
Motut St. Joseph's Aoademy; girls* board 
Ing; R. C; Sisters of St. Joseph. 

BRIMFIELD, Hampden Co., pop. 941. 
Hitchcock Free Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; est. 1855; Benjamin D. May, A. M., 

BROCKTON, Plymouth Co., pop. 40,063. 

Brockton Business University; bus. and sten.; 

est. 1894: Principal. 
CAMBRIDGE, Middlesex Co., pop. 91,888. 
Browne ft Nichols' School; boys' boarding; 

non-sect.; Geo. H. Browne and Edgar H 

Nichols, Prins. 
Cambridge School; sec Gilman School for 

Divinity School of Harvard University; theol., 

men; non-sect.; Francis Greenwood Pea 

body, A. M., D. D.. Dean. 
Gilman School for Girls; girls* boarding; non 

sect.; Arthur Gilman, A. M., Director. 
Harvard University; univ.; men; non-sect.; 

est. 1636; Charles W. BUot. LL. D., 






Hkrvard tTpiTanitj, L&w Bcfhool; Low; men; 
esL 1^17; Jamufl Burr Amcflp LtL. D„ 

LiiTTBEiee icifinlifla Sehooli tech.; moq; dod 
i«t.; eat. 1*17: NftthialPl B. Whaler, Dean. 
Bcboora t.£iBoa&cem«nt, — Offers rour-rcn^ 
course* of Ktu<ly l^ndluj^ ta tbe d^^ree jf 
S. B. Id iJlrLL. MetbuitLcol, and Eh^? 

tnr^jr. Architecture', Landscape Arcbltec- 

ture, ForeitiT. Clic'mlatrr. Geolufiy, Bl- 

Olog7* Anatomy and H>-gkut" tprepui-a- 

tkrn for medical ncbool^). Sctc^nce for 

Teaohera, iiud a cDnrae lii Otm/rMl Scil- 

encf. For t&u catalogue and iDfonua- 

lion addrcaa. J. U Lotp. 10 UiilveraUy 

Xea S<e^O0l, The; ff!da' boflidlng; P. E. ; Mlsa 

Mary I^iiilsa Kelly, Prln. 
Ki»w CbuTch ThaolD^cid Bchool; tbcoL: meu; 

Cburcb of tlie Kvw J^rii^k'tii: uit^ ISS©; 

Tl3«<3dori' r. WrSght. Ph. D,. Deao, 
Eftdolitfe College; wonooa; non-sect.; i^at. 1S7D; 

L» Baraii REisiu^n BHmkb. LL. D., Prtsa- 

Bindgv Kviuiil Triiuinfj bojs' prep.; nun- 

ee<"t.: eat. I8H8; Cbarloa H, Morse. IlvAd- 

CAMBEIDG£PDET, Suburb af Baataa. 

WeUiajrt&D Botooh normal; atate; co-ed* 
CANTON JUKCTION-, Norfolk Co., pop. 350. 

N&rspood School J The; clnm^ii. 
CONC0EJ3, Middle ux Ga-i |>op. 5.052, 

CoDCord Eoma ^haol; boys' bomrdluff; F, E. ; 

J]ini4'9 S. Garbtnd, Prtn. 
GoBcor4 ficbOHDl: bo^a' bctardlns; P. E. ;. Tboni- 

as H. EckfL-^Idt. PrlJi. 
Mlddldsflx ScboDl; h&jm* bnrdlns:: ttrep.; 

tumwerr.: cflt. iflOffl; PredcrUk Win- 

atm, A. B., Headmasti^r. 
Wliit«*s H^ma Bchool, Kiti prfp^ ctt-edn^ 

n^n-acct.; Flcjtn J. White, Prlii» 
DAirVHES, Easftx Co., pop. §.542. 
Bt. Ja'bn^fl Norma.1 Collere; no^rUtate; men; R 

C; est. ISOl: R<'V. Br, 0om1nlc, Prea. 
DEEH.FIELD, Ffanklifl Ca., pi>p. ltW». 
B^erflold Aoademr noid I^ickioion Higb Bchoal; 

prep.; ro-rd.; non-aeet.: est. IIW; Frank 

L. Boydon* B, A., Prin. 
BUXBtTEY^ Pljnioutb Cb., i>ap. a.K5S. 

Fawder Point Bcbod; Wy'a bijardlng; non- 

flect, ; eat. 1880; F. B. Knnpp, Principal. 
EASTHAMFTOlTi H&MpaliiTv €a.» pop. 5, 603. 
Wtmrton ftamfiiursr; boy a' bonrdhiis: Cong.: 

iQtepb H. SftWfer, Prtn. 
EAST HOBTHriEM), Fra^nklin Co., pop. 3(K). 
Niutbfleld BeDiiiiAry: glrb' boardlag; non- 

aect; Mlas E?eljn S. Hal], Prtii, 
ETEBETT, Uiddletex C<>., pop. 24.330. 
Home Bobooh glrla' boarding; B!i,pt.; Ui-a. 

A. P. Potter, Pi In. 
FAIX EIYHE, Brlatol Co,, pop. 3(H,8<I3. 
La Siinte trjilon dai Sa^fftt Coaun; girls' 

boai4llD«; R, C; Slater Mnrj Ald^n. 

flao»d Heftrt Acudemri prep^.; fflrli; R. C; 

eat. 18a«: Sister Msry Aldan, Sn|i«rlDr, 

Proapect St. 

Roffers and Allaa'a Bcbooi of Buaineaa »nd 

Shorth&nd; huft. and alcn. ; est- lSi>7; 

W. S. i^iitersf sjud l\ G. A I ten, l'rt»pa, 
Thibadeau'a OoUefa; prep, and bus.; co-ed.; 

imn-aeet.; eat. 1880; J. D, TblbcHlesu, 


FAYTILLE, Woroettoi Co., pop. 3T5. 
EDaanuol Babovl for FaobU &ivd J^LisUd 
Childifaa; eat. liTu; Ur*. M. A. If. D. 
Green. Supt. 
FITCHJBUEG, Worwater Co., pop. BlMl* 
Fitabbujf Bualnesa Collofe; bu^. and itea.; 

D, Fulltuer. Prea. 
Btata 2farma.l Sabool; narnofil; ataU; co-ed.; 
John G- Tbcjujpson^ Prea, 
FRAMENGHAH, Middleaex Co., pop. U«<hj& 
Stata Norma.1 Scbool; norioal; atale; eo-edp; 
Lloiiry \Vliltt*-mote, Prea. 
FRANKLIN. Norfolk Co.» pop. 0.017. 

Uaaii Aaadamr: prep.; co-ed.; Univ.; AftbuT 
W. Pilrce, PrJn. 
&SEAT HARRINGTON. Bofkablxo Co., p-m. 
Eadffwlck Schoal; boja' boarding; noB-Bectp ; 
En^hvurd J. Van Lennep. Prlu. 
GBEINFIELD, Erankiln Co., pop. 7,^27. 
Proapact HtU Sobool; gfrla' boards offi nott 
aect.; rmoline R. Clark. Prln. 
GEO TON, Middleaex Co., pop. 2.052. 
Gfcton School t biyw' iKtordtn^; P, Er, eat, 

M'M{, 11. H. V. Bltigbjiro, Prln. 
LawTonce Aoadflmi-i boys' board! og; eat. lT»3s 
IL H, C. BhjshBna. PrIn. 

HASLEY, HfLmpabijr« Co., pup. 1,7S0. 

Hopkiaa Aoadamy; prep.; co-ed. ; non-sect.; 
tJeorffe IL Driver^ Prln. 
HAEVARD. Woroaetar Co., pop, 1,130. 
Broomfleld BobooU prep.; eo-e4.; Don-HeL; 
MlsA LI la Froat, Prin. 
HATFIELD. Hampthii-e Co., pop. 1.1500. 
Bmltb Aa&demj; pri-p. * co-ed.; tion-«ct.; 
t?8t. 1871; Clttyton R. Saunders, A. B., 

HINGHAM, Plym&utb Co., pop. &,ObO. 

Strby Academy: prep,; co-ed.; noD-aect.; 
Kjjrub C. Rohluaon, Prltt. 
HO L YOKE, Humpden Co., pop. 45,712. 

Holjoko Buiineu Inatituta; bua. and iten.; 
Tjurnell & Foote, Prln a. 
HYANXIS, BarniUbla Cot, pop. L550. 

Stata Norinml Boboolt narmal; atate; co-ed.; 
William A. Baldwin, Prea, 
LAWRENCE, Eaaax Go,, pop. B2.5SB. 
Cannon Cammarciil Collsga; bua. and aten. ; 
O. C. Cunnon and H. O. Keesllnfi. Propg. 
LEICEBTEB, Woroaater Co., pop, 3.416. 

Lflicester Academy; prep.; co-ed.; Don-iect.: 
WlHlnm E, Cale. Prln. 
LOWELL, lliddloaei Co., pop, 84,90fi. 
Htll'a Sohaol, Mias; prep.; co-ed.; oan-aeet.: 

*^st. 1S70: Lucy A. HIU. Prln. 
Lowell Commeroiil CoUefaj bua, and atea ; 

In^'Dolt E. Klmb»ll. Prln. 
Lowall TaitHa Sahool; tech.; <»-ed.| oon-aeet.; 
f^st, 18»7; Chftrlea H. B&mea, S. B., 





Rovers Hall School; girls' boarding.; non- 
sect.; Eliza P. UnderhlU. Prin. 
St. Joseph's Oollege; col.; men; R. C; est 

1S92; Brother Chrusenil. Prin. 
Tndninf Bohool for Teachers; normal; state; 
co-ed.; Frank T. Cobum, Prin. 
LYNK, Essex Co., pop. 68,673. 

Lynn Business College; bos. and sten.; est. 
1895; C. C. Dexter, President. 
MARION, Plymouth Co., pop. 902. 
Tabor Academy, The; prep.; co-ed.; non« 
sect.; est. 1876; Nathan Cbipman Ham- 
blln, Principal. 
MARLBORO, Middlesex Co., pop. 13.600. 

St. Ann's Academy; girls' boarding; R. C; 
est. 1887; Sister M. Anysia, Superior. 
MELROSE, Middlesex Co., pop. 12,962. 
Melrose School of Music; mus.; est. 1894; 
Susan A. Wells, Principal. 
MERRIMAC, Essex Co., pop. 2.131. 

Whittier Home School; girls' boarding; non- 
sect.; Mrs. Annie B. Russell, Prin. 
MILTON, Norfolk Co., pop. 6.678. 
Milton Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
Harrison O. Apthorp. Prin. 
MONSON, Hampden Co., pop. 3,602. 
Monson Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
James Francis Butterworth, Prin. 
MOUNT HERMON, Franklin Co., pop. 600. 
Mount Hermon Boys' School; boys* boarding; 
non-sect.; Henry F. Cutler, Prin. 
NATICX, Middlesex Co., pop. 9.488. 
Walnut Hill Wellesley Preparatory School; 
girls* boarding; non-sect.; Miss Conant 
and Miss Bigelow, Prins. 
NEW BEDFORD, Bristol Co.. pop. 62,448. 
Benton's Business School; bus. and sten.; 
Chas. E. Benton, Ph. B., Prin. and Prop. 
Friends' Academy; prep.; co-ed.; Friends; 

Grace B. Dodge, Prin. 
Mosher Home Preparatory School; prep.; co- 
ed.; non-sect.; est. 1892; Charles E. E. 
Mosher, Principal. 
New Bedford Textile School; tech.; co-ed.; 
non-sect.; est. 1805; Henry W. Nichols, 
M. A., Supt. 
NEW DORCHESTER, Suburb of Boston. 
Shawmut School; girls* boarding; non-sect.; 
Ella Gilbert Ives. Prin. 
NEWTON, Middlesex Co., pop. 33,687. 

Mount Ida School for Oirls; girl's boarding; 
uon-sect. ; est. 1902; George Franklin 
Jewett, Principal. 
Newton Private School; prep.; co-ed.; non* 
sect.; Mabel T. Hall, Prin. 
NORTH ADAMS, Berkshire Co., pop. 24.200. 
State Normal School; nor.; co-ed.; state; est. 
1807; F. F. Murdock, A. M., Prin. 
NORTHAMPTON, Hampshire Co., pop. 18,643. 
Mary A. Bumham School for Oirli, The; 

See Northampton Sohool for Oirls. 
Northampton Commercial College; bus. and 
ston.; est. 1896; Joseph Pickett. Princi- 
Northampton School for Oirls; girls' boarding; 
prep.; non-sect.; est. 1877; Miss B. T. 
Capin, Prin. 

Smith College; women; non-sect.; est. 1876; 
liuv. L. Clark Seelye, D. D.. LL. D., 
NORTON, Bristol Co., pop. 1,826. 

Wheaton Female Semioary; girls' boardlag; 
Cong.; Samuel V. Cole, D. D., Prin. 
PITTSFIELD, Berkshire Co., pop. 21,766. 

Berkshire Business College; bus. and sten.; 
L. M. Holmes, Pres. 

Berkshire School, The; prep.; co-ed.; non« 
sect.; Arthur Clough, A. M., Prin. 

Hall's School for OirU, Miss; girls' board- 
ing; non-sect.; Mira H. Hall, Prin. 
aUINCT, Norfolk Co., pop. 23,899. 

Adams Academy; prep.; boys; est. 1872; Wil- 
liam Everett, LL. D.. Master. 

Woodward Institute for Oirls; prep.; non-sect.; 
est. 1894; Frederick W. Plummer, A. M., 
ROXBITRT, Suffolk Co., Suburb of Boston. 

Fauntleroy Hall School; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; est. 1886; Miss Alice C. Davis, 
Prin., Wenonah St. 

Notre Dame Academy; girls' boarding; R. C; 
Sister Julia, Prin. 

Roxbury Latin School; boys* boarding; non- 
sect.; Wm. G. Collar. Prin. 

South End Industrial School; women and chil- 
dren; non-sect.; est. 1884; Louise Howe. 
SALEM, Essex Co., pop. 86,966. 

Draper's Private School, Miss; girls' day; 
non-sect.; Miss A. C. Draper. Prin. 

S. ft P. Business College; consolidated with 
Salem Commercial School. 

Salem Commercial School; bus. and sten.; 
Geo. P. Lord, Pres. 

State Normal School; normal; state; co-ed.; 
est. 1854; J. Asbury Pitman, Prin. 

Walker's Preparatory School; prep.; co-ed.; 
non-sect.; Frank L. Walker, Prin. 
SHELBITRNE FALLS, Franklin Co,, pop. 1,200. 

Arms Academy; prep.; co-ed.; Cong.; Chas. 
A. Holbrook, Prin. 
SHERBORN, Middlesex Co., pop. 1,483. 

Sawin Academy and Dowse High School; 
prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; est. 1875; Ethel 
Frances LIttleficld. A. M.. Principal. 

St. Mark's School; boys' boarding; P. E.; 
Wm. Greenough Thayer, D. D., Prin. 
SOUTH BTFIELD, Essex Co., pop. 60. 

Dummer Academy; prep.; boys; non-sect.; 
Perley Leonard Home, Prin. 
SOUTH BRAINTREE, Norfolk Co., pop. 2,000. 

Thayer Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
Wm. Gallagher, Ph. D., Prin. 
SOUTH HADLET, Hampshire Co., pop. 4.626. 

Mount Holyoke College; women's; non-sect.; 

est. 1837; Mary B. Wooley, A. M., Pres. 

SOUTH LANCASTER, Worcester Co., pop. 800. 

South Lancaster Academy; prep.; co-ed.; Sev- 
enth Day Adv.; Frederick Griggs, Prin. 
SOUTH WORTHINGTON, Hampshire Co., pop. 

Conwell Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
Miss Minnie H. Bridgemsn, Prin. 





SFEIKQriEU), lUmpdcD Co., pop, 02.000. 
Buiorofi 8obool» Tho; prnp,; co-pd.; noa-wictp; 

pfft. 18011: Fruiik II, Itobfloti. A. U., Frln. 
B»y P*th iBititutB; bus. niid Htto*: J, O. 

Bfltet. Pr*fl. 
"Tb« E^i'' Dm^r ud Hams Bfihool for Oirls; 

gtrW boarding; aon sect; Mlaa Cbai-le>Ct» 

W, porter, Pflu* 
FreDoh-Amane&i] CoUflfe; coL; i?o-ed. ; non- 

fl^Tt. ; eat 18S5; ReT. Samuel H. Lee, 

M. A.. Preft< 
Hlnmiui*! Builneu CoUvfa; bus. and Aten. 

B. M. BoELcroCt, Pr^a. 
Inten»tioiiftl Y. M. C. A. Tninlnff Boboi^h 

HUT. tmlrtlng for Y, M. C. A. Directors: 

est, 1S&&; L. L. Doggett. Ph. D,. Prta. 
JbflDuffifi B<iticMil for OirU; gitU* board! de; 

pou-»{*ct. ; Dr. and Mri. John U0cDiJlI9e» 

TAUNTON, Bristol Co.» pop, 51.036. 

Brictol Ao&d«m7; pi-i?p. : co-^d. ; uoti-MCt'; 

Frtdyrlc T. FAroawortb, Prlii. 
Taus ton's BusiDdia G<i11ae«; bus. a ad iten. ; 

E. £r. Elutc-liliiaon, Prf^a. 
TUTTS COX.IE(>£, Middlef«x Co«. Scbool Stn 

Tufts Cullarv; uiilT,; oo-€^,- Unl?,; est IBM; 

Klmcr U. Cuppq. t). D.> LL. D., Proa* 
WABAK, HiddJaaax Co,, pop. 2t)0. 
WftlAU Sohaol, TbA; bojs" twsrdliiiff; nor- 

■eet.; Jnhi3 H. PUlsbiirj, Prln. 
Windsor Hall Sohool; ilrla' bo&rdlnjc; hod- 

sect.; Job a H. Pllbbui-jr aod A duo, li 

Good now, Prln*. 
WAI^TUAJCp Xiddlesax Co.. pop. 33,4S1. 
KfaLtor's CommsroLal Colleeet bus. sqd steo.t 

Wm. fL Mellor, Prta. 
WalthuQ Hew Cliiu-cb Bohool; prtp.; co-€hd.; 

Nt*w JeruBul^in Churoh; Btuj. Wotcestcfp 

WELLESLET, Hwfolk Off., pop. 6.072. 
Diuia Hall; girls* boardlnx: non-w*ct; est. 

l^m): Helen Temple Cook. Prln. 
Wellsslsj CoUaffij vomvn'i,; tion-sect. ; e«t. 

ISTA; Miss CaroUno UmnTd, Bf. A,, Pre*. 
WsUsaloj School for Boys; bo^a' boardlni:; 

DOH-sect.; Edward A, Bettn^r, Ptlii, 
WIXLE8L1Y Hnxa, HorfaLk Co., iiop. eoo. 
Eock Bid#4 Halii boys' bOErdln^; Don-seet. ; 

George Radtoul White. Prln. 
WEST BOXFOBD, Ess«3t Co., pop. 32&. 
Barker Frae Bobooli prep.; co-ed^l a«»D-sectH^ 

N. B. SargenCp Prln, 
VEBT 1EU>G£W4T£E* FlrmeiatlL Co.. p&p. 

Howard Bemijai&fji girls" boarding; uou-acHct.; 

Sarah £. Latighton. Priii. 
W^EBXFXELI^, HampdsD Co,» pop. i3;A10. 
Itasuehnsetts State Kormal fleheoh aortqiit; 

fitatp; co-ed.; Pit. 1S30: Clufeate A. Bro 

tlf^ur, Prcaldent. 

WESTEOBB, mddlAS«z Co,, pop. 12.310. 

Wostford Aeadsmy^ prep.; at-^.; non-iectp; 

i'»t. 1702; Wllllnm A. PerlilTis, A, M,, 


WEST JTEWTOir, IQddlMtx 0«m Bdwol Bta- 


Allea Sehaol, The; prep.; €oed. ; uou-afrrt-; 
eat. ]8iy2; ALbi-rt E. Hiilcy, A. B.. Head- 

WEST EOJCBITEYp Suhurh of Bettor. 

B^eTlQa]l Haii: girls' bDni-diu^; iiDD-aeet; 
Mlas Sarah W. AmeSp Prln. 
Bobool's wnnffuoosment.— Flae locstlmi, 
eomlJliilDg city adTantsgea with the 
bpAUhful cDndltlons of the country. ReHned 
home luflnuuces. College preparatory. 
Acmdemti? iind Spi^clal Courses. tTunsnal 
i>pp.jrtytiUk'a for the study of Art and 
Musk; also mo uttruetlve rourae In pic- 
tun^sque geography « a« a prt'^jiaruttoo for 
f re!g u tr a Tel . A rru jigcmtin t^ m ay be 
ma do for stiidi'titB to flpend the aumiuer 
uliiniutl wUb u leather na t^bitpL'rone. 
WILBRAHAJC, Hampdeu C^., pop, 1,SS5. 

Wsslayui Academy; prep,; co-ed. i M. S.^ 
WiULiQi Uhv Kcwhflll, D. D.* Prln. 
WIU.LAM8T0WN* Berkshire Co,, pop. 0,013. 

Williazns College j col.; ttieoi uop-sect.: eat 
l?9:i; Ht'ury Hopkins, D. D.p LL. D.. 

wmCHENDEH. Weroestar Co., pop. &p001. 
UurdecA Bohool; prep.: co-ind. ; aoa-aect.; 

Frederic W. Plammer. Prln. 
WOLLABTOir, ITorfolk Co., Buburh of Quiaey. 
ftuiacy Manaloa Bchool ^ prep. ; co-ed. ; noD-; Horace Mann Wlllard. Prlu. 
WOECERTER, Woroeator Co., pop, 118.421. 
^Kueroft School. The; prep.; co-i'd. ; cat. ISWi 

l^ruuk li. Itc^bson, A, M.. Bead Master, 
decker's Business Collefe; bus. and aten.F 

K, C. A. Becker. Pre*. 
Clark Collefs; eol. ; men; non-aect.: est. 

19<>2: t-afroll D. Wright. Prealdeut. 
Oollefs of the Holy C^sa; col.: Daeu; R. C; 

eat. 18^^; Rer. Ji!>Bepb P, UnttBtlmmn^ 

8. J. 
HlftL^aod Military Academy; military; P. B.; 

Joaopb Aldeu Sbaw, Prtn. 
Himuaii'a Busiaesa Cellego; bus. sad ateup; 

A. H. Hlnman. Prea. 
Oread loitituta of Bonaeptic S^ienae; uor,; 

aoo-sect.; eat- lassj H. I>. Perky p Prea.; 

Harriet A. Blgbee, Prln. 
Redfleld College! col.; «Ked.; Congre'l; eat 

IHST; lieT, I, P. Pateb. D. D.. Prea. 
St. Johu'a Scbool; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; 

Brother Roberta. Prln. 
Boheol for OirLs; girls* boarding; moci'SeeL: 

Mlas E. A. Klmhsll, PHd. 
State Kormal Bohooh aormal; state; eo-ed.; 

E. Hiirltiw BuftAell. Ppc^. 
Tyler's Business College; bus. wnd sti^n. ; 

esL ISHJl; Mrit. Edna 1. Tyler, Prl nctpaL 
WilUam's gflhoflL MJas: clos^. 
WeroBater A^dmiy^ boys' boarding; owe- 

■cft. ; D. W. Abercromble. LL. D.p Prln. 
WoreeatBT Business lustltuiei Iroa. and ateo.; 

C. B. post. Prcs. 
Wereeater Polyteelmio Iiutitate; teeta.; men; 

nou-aeet-: eat. IMQ; Edmund A. E::iigler, 

Pb. D.t LL. D., 


Population, 2,530,016. School ^ensus, 744,603. School age, 5-20. 

Michigan is the ninth state of the Union in point of population, having a total 
of 2,420,9&2 inhabitants, of whom 2,398,563, or 99.1 per cent, are white. Of this 
number 540,196, or 22.3 per cent, are foreign born. The percentage of illiteracy 
of the entire population is 4.2 per cent, the state ranking eleventh in this respect. 
The educational system of the state is as follows: 


Patrick H. Kelly, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Lansing 

Walter H. French, Deputy Superintendent Lansing 

A. Hamun Smith, Chief Clerk Lansing 

Nora B. Sharpsteen, Statistician Lansing 

Grace Wallace, Assistant Statistician Lansing 

Zella M. Harvey, Editor Lansing 


W. J. McKoNE, President Albion 

D. M. Ferry, Jr., Vice-President 

Patrick H. Kelly, Secretary Lansing 

L. L. Wright, Treasurer Ironwood 


Michigan has no State Text-Book Commission,. the state law making it optional 
with the local boards or voters of the respective counties whether free text-books 
shall be furnished in the public schools. 


H. S. Elliott Oxford 

James Swain Coldwater 

John C Ketcham, Secretary Hastings 

E. W. Yost Detroit 

E. A. AsELTiNE Paw Paw 

Patrick H. Kelly, Superintendent of Public Instruction, ex officio Lansing 

Michigan has a provision in the state constitution that the legislature shall pro- 
vide for at least one library in every township. 


W. F. Lewis. President Port Huron 

E. D. Palmer, Secretary St. Johns 




County. Commissioner's Name. Address. County. 

Alcona W. H. Sanborn Harrisvllle B,e»l 

Alger Melvin B. Shippy Munlslng 6,868 

Allegan Ira G. Thorpe Allegan 38,812 

Alpena James A. Case Alpena 18,254 

Antrim H. M. Coldren Bellaire 16.668 

Arenac .Morley E. Osborne Standlsh 9,821 

Baraga S. O. Clinton Baraga 4,820 

Barry John C. Ketcham Hastings 22,614 

Bay John B. Laing Bay City (Phenl.x Blk.) 62,878 

Benzie W. E. Dalnes So. Frankfort 9,686 

Berrien C. D. Jennings St. Joseph 49,166 

Branch James Swain Coldwater 27,811 

Calhoun F. D. Miller Marshall 49,816 

Cass W. H. C. Hale Cassopolls 20,876 

Charlevoix J. H. Milford Bay Shore 13,966 

Cheboygan E. W. Baker Cheboygan 15,516 

Chippewa T. R. Easterday Sault Ste. Mario 21,338 

Clare E. G. Welch Clare 8,860 

Clinton T. H. Townsend St. Johns 25,136 

Crawford J. E. Bradley Grayling 2,943 

Delta Peter R. Legg Gladstone 23,881 

Dickinson E. L. Parmenter Iron Mountain 17.890 

Eaton loseph L. Wagner Charlotte 31,668 

Emmet R. M. Winston Petoskey 15.931 

Genesee Pr^d J. Johnson Flint, 922 Harrison St.. 41.804 

Gladwin F^'^yd E. Armstrong Gladwin 6,564 

Gogebic Luther L. Wright Ironwood 16,738 

Grand Traverse George L. Crispe Traverse City 20,479 

Gratiot Cb?rles E. Pike Ithaca 29,889 

Hillsdale Charles P. Hulce Hillsdale 29,865 

Houghton William Bath Houghton 66,063 

Huron David Kaercher Sebewaing 34,162 

Ingham Arthur Wilson Mason 39,818 

Ionia H. H. Lowrey Ionia 34,329 

Iosco r. A. Campbell Whlttemore 10,246 

Iron John F. Mason Amasa 8,990 

Isabella Hugh A. Graham Mt. Pleasani 22,784 

Jackson Thomas M. Sattler Grass Lake 45,031 

Kalamazoo Tohn W. Hazard Kalamazoo 39,273 

Kalkaska Irene L. Getty Kalkaska 5,160 

Kent Arthur R. Zimmer Grand Rapids 109,922 

Keweenaw ^. O. Decker Mohawk 2.894 

Lake Edwin G. Johnson Luther 6,505 

Lapeer W. Frank Laughlin Lapeer 29.213 

Leelanau t. o. Duncan Sutton's Bay 7,944 

Lenawee >I. W. Hensel Blissfield 48,448 

Livingston v Knoolhuizen Fowlervllle 20,868 

Luce ^\. G. Warne Newberry 2,456 

Mackinac ^. J. Lachaner Mackinac Islnnd 7.830 

Macomb O. D. Tompson Mt. Clemens 31,813 

Manistee M J. Leighton Bear Lake 24,230 

Marquette Albert E. Sterne Ishpcming 41,239 

Mason ^. A. Rinehart Scottvllle 18,886 

Mecosta '-Edward Keeler Big Rapids 26,068 

Menominee 'esse Hubbard Menominee 27,046 

Midland 'ames H. Mustard Midland 14,439 

Missaukee E^ra S. Hall Lake City 9,808 

Monroe Albert C. Marvin Monroe 32,754 

M<ontcalm Eugene Straight Stanton 82.754 

Montmorency Samuel Knisely Hillman 3,234 

Muskegon John O. Reed Whitehall 37,086 

Newaygo Tsabelle M. Becker Fremont 17,673 

Oakland H. S. Elliott Oxford 44.792 

Oceana E.W.Fleming Shelby 16,664 

Ogemaw Ben Bennett West Branch 7.765 

Ontonagon A. C. Adair Rockland 6.197 

Osceola G. F. Roxburgh Reed City 17,859 

Oscoda B. J. Waters Lewlston l,46^ 

Otsego R. D. Bailey Gaylord 6,17t 





County. Commissioner's Nume. Address. 

Ottawa C. E. Kelley Coopersville ... 

Presque Isle Martin H. Nester Meta 

Roscommon W. M. Coon Roscommon ... 

Saerlnaw John C. Nafe Sag^inaw 

St. Clair B. T. Blackney Port Huron 

St. Joseph Lewis E. Miller Centerville .... 

Sanilac Charles O. Putney Sanilac Center. 

Schoolcraft Mrs. O. C. Bowen Manistique 

Shiawassee Howard Slocum Corruna 

Tuscola Henry P. Bush Caro 

Van Buren E. A. Aseltine Paw Paw 

Washtenaw C. E. Porter Ann Arbor 

Wayne E. W. Yost Detroit 

Wexford W. H. Paunce Cadillac 

Pop. o« 
... 39.667 
, . 8,829 
... 1,787 
... 81.222 
... 65,228 
... 23,889 
... 35.065 
... 7.889 
... 33.866 
... 35.890 
... 33.274 
... 47.761 
... 16.84C 


ADRIAN. Lenawee Co., pop. 0.664. 
Adrian College; col.; co-ed.; Meth. Prot.; est. 

1859; B. W. Anthony. President. 
Brown's Business TJniTersity; bus. and sten.; 

L. S. Brown, Pres. 
Baisin Valley Seminary; prep.; co-ed.; 
Prlends; Bdwin T. Armstrong, Prln. 
Michigan State Agricultural College; agrl.; 
co-ed.; state; est. 1857; J. L. Snyder. 
A. M., Ph. D., Pres. 
ALBIOV, Oalhoun Co., pop. 4.510. 
Albion College; col.; co-ed.; M. B.; est. 1843; 
Rer. John P. Ashley, S. L. B., Ph. D.. 
AXMA, Gratiot Co., pop. 2.047. 
Alma College; col.; co-ed.; Presb.; est. 1SS7: 
Rer. August F. Bruske. D. D.. Pres. 
ALPENA, Alpena Co., pop. 11.802. 
Alpena Business College; bus. and sten.; Mrs. 
M. L. Veenfliet Pres. 

ANN ARBOR, Washtenaw Co., pop. 14.500. 

Kimball's IntermedUte School for Boys. Miss; 
boys' boarding; prep.; est. 1886; Miss 
Kimball* Prin. 

Stenographic Institute, The; sten.; est. 1881; 
Selby A. Moran. B. S., Principal. 

St. Thomas High School; prep.; co-ed.; R. 0.; 
Sister M. Magdalene, Prin. 

University of Michigan; unir.; state; co-ed.; 
est. 1837; James B. Angell, LL. D.. Pres. 

TJaiTersity of Michigan, College of Dentol 
Surgery; dent.; oo-ed.; est. 1875; N. A. 
Hoff. Sec. 

University of Michigan, Department of Law; 
law; co-ed.; est. 1859; Hurry B. Hutch- 
ins. LL. D., I>ean. 

University of Michigan, Department of Medi- 
cine and Surgery; med.; reg.; co-ed. 
est. 1850; Victor 0. Vaughan, Sc. D.. 
M. D., Dean. 

University of Michigan, Homeopathic Med- 
ical College; med.; homeop.; men; est. 
1875; W. B. Hinsdale, M. D., Dean. 

University of Michigan, School of Pharmacy; 
pbar.; co-ed.; est. 1868; J. O. Schlotter- 
beck. Ph. C, Ph. D.. Dean. 

rniversity Sohool of Music; mus.; co-ed.; est. 
1882; Albert A. Stanley, A. M.. Director. 

BATTLE CREEK, Calhoun Co.. pop. 18.563. 

Battle Creek Business University; bus. and 
sten.: J. B. Krug, Principal. 

Battle Creek College; prep.; co-od.; Sev- 
enth Day Adv.; Edward A. Sntberland. 

Gardner Commercial School; bus. and sten.; 
Elmer E. Gardner. Manager. 

Graham School of Sbozthand; sten.; oat. 1901- 
Wllllam E. Cornell. Principal. 

Michigan Business College; bos. and steu.: 
0. J. Argubrlgbt. Pres. 

St. PhiUip's School; girl's boarding; R. C; 
Sister Veronica. Superior. 
BAT CITT, Bay Co., pop. 27.028. 

Bay City Business GoU«ge; bus. and sten.; 
eat. 1888; R. R. Lane. Principal. 
BENTON HARBOR, Berrien Co., pop. 6.562. 

Benton Harbor College; prop.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; G. J. Edgocomb. A. M.. Pb. D.. 

School's announcement. — Tnrorpnrntod 18.02 
Most thorough and rapid prppn ration for 
best Universities and Collpfrcs In the land. 
For teachers of District. Graded or TTIjfh 
Schools. Elocution, MhrIc and Art. Fif- 
teen full courses. Special features: Fine 
Rooms and Superb Apparatna; Eighteen 
Enthusiastic Teachers ; Military Drill. 
Cadets Armed and Uniformed: Athletic 
Club and Literary Societies; Good Disci- 
pline and Christian Influence. Expcnsea 
very moderate. (Fine Endowment for 
BEKZONIA, Benrie Co.. pop. 484. 

Bensonia Academy; prep.; co-ed.; Cong.: 
Charlea W. Dunn. Prln. 
BIG RAPIDS. Meooata Co., pop. 4.686. 

Ferris Institute; nor; co-ed.; non-sect.; est. 
iaS4; W. N. Ferris. Pres. 

Ferris Institute, School of Pharmacy; pbar.: 
co-ed.; Dean. 
CLARKSVILLE, Ionia Co.. pop. 350. 

Michigan Normal Academy and Business Coa> 
lege; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; Charles 
J. Transue. Prln. 
DETROIT, Wayne Co., pop. 285.704. 

Academy of the Sacred Heart; girls' rvMird- 
ing; R. C: Mndame L. Gcrardln, Prin., 
322 Jefferson Ave. 




Association Institnto; prep; men; est. 1885; 

William B. Van Akin. B. A.. Principal. 
Brooklyn School of Music and Fine Arts; 

mus. and art; Mrs. Npllle Summer-Ferry, 

Director. 1003 Brooklyn Ave. 
Detroit Academy of Dramatic Arts; drama.; 

coed.; Marcus La Blanche, Director, 8 

Adams Ave. W. 
Detroit Art Aoaldemy; art; co-ed.; est. 1895; 

Joseph W. Gles, Director, 22 Wltherall 

Detroit Art School; art; co-ed.; Jeannette 

Guysl, Director, 4 Adams Atc. W. 
Detroit Barber College; co-ed.; est. 1900; H. 

W. Andrews. Manager, 277 Jefferson Ave. 
Detroit Business TTniversity; bus. and sten.; 

est. 1850; William F. Jewell, Prtn., 11 

Wilcox St. 
Detroit College; col.; men; R. C; est. 1877; 

Wm. L. Carpenter. Chief Justice of 

Michigan Supreme Court, Pres., corner 

St. Antoine and Mullet. 
Detroit Church Academy; prep.; boys; Rev. 

Paul Zelgler. M. A., Principal. 
Detroit College of Law; law; men; est. 1801; 

Philip T. Van Zlle, LL. D., Dean. Cor. 

St. Antoine and Mullet. 

School's announcement. — Three years* 

course, twenty professors and a library 

of oTer 15.000 rolumes. Diploma admits 

to the bar. Evening sessions. Students 

here enjoy the best relation to: (1) The 

law school. (2) The law office, (3) The 

courts, and (4) The law library. De- 
troit Is an tde«l place In which to study 

Detroit College of Medicine: med.: reg.: 

men; est. 1868; Theodore A. McGraw, M. 

D., Dean. Cor. St. Antoine and Mullet. 
Detroit College of Medicine, Department of 

Dental Surgery; dent.; men; est. 1881; 

Theodore A. McGraw. M. A., Dean, Cor. 

St. Antoine and Mullet. 
Detroit College of Medicine, Department of 

Pharmacy; phar.; men; est. 1890; John 
- E. Clark, Dean, Cor. St. Antoine and 

Detroit Conservatory of Music; mus.; Francis 

L. York. Director. 2.38 Woodward Ave. 
Detroit Hebrew Institute: prop.; est. 1898; 

Jacob B. Barnoh, Principal, 49 Division 

Detroit Home and Day School, The; girls* 

boarding: non-sect.; Miss Ella M. Lig- 
gett. Prin., 564 Cnss Ave. 
Detroit Homeopathic College; med.; homeop. ; 

oo-ed.: est. 1872; D. A. MacLachlan. M. 

P.. Dean. 185 Lafayette Ave. 
Detroit Institute of Music; piann and violin; 

Miss Kate H. Jacobs, Director, 6 Adams 

Ave. W. 
Detroit School of Art; art: co-ed.; Mary Mc- 

Master and Hattie N. Leonard. Directors, 

271 Woodward Ave. 
Detroit Seminary; girls' boarding: non-sect.; 

Miss L. C. BrowninK and Mrs. E. F. 

Hammond. Prlns.. 613 Jefferson Ave. 
Detroit Normal Training School; nor.; wo- 
men: city; Charles L. Spain. A. B.. 

Detroit School of Betinoscopy; optical: co-ed.; 


est. 1901; William H. Poole. M. D.. Pre*., 

270 Woodward Ave. 
Detroit School of Expression; elo. and drama; 

co-ed.; Mrs. MUdred A. Bolt. PrIn., 1191 

Jefferson Ave. . 

Detroit School of Music; mus.; oo-ed.; Fnuis 

A. Apel, Director, Schwankovsky Bldg. 
Detroit Training School of Elocution and T 

lish Literature; est. 1878; Mrs. 

Chaffee Noble. Director. 780 Woodward 

Detroit TJniTersity School; prep.; boya; Fred- 

erick L. Bliss, PrIn., 16 Elmwood Are. 
Gutchess-Metropolitan Businesa College; boa. 

and sten.; est. 1896; J. Clifford Kennedy, 

Lewis School for Stammerers; stammering, 

co-ed.; est. 1895; George Andrew Lewis. 

Pres.. 35 Adelaide St. 
Michigan College of Medicine and Snrgeiryt 

med.; reg.; co-ed.; est. 1888; Hal O. 

Wyman, M. D.. Dean, 7-9 Porter. 
Michigan Conservatory of Music; mus.; est. 

1000; Alberto Jones, Director. 
Miles College; bus. and sten.; est. 1895; R. 

H. Miles. Pres.. 78 Miami Ave. 
Most Holy Trinity School; prep.; R. O.; 

Sisters of Mary. 148 Porter St. 
Pemin Shorthand Institute; sten.; H. M. 

Pernln. Pres., 218 Woodward Ave. 
Reed School for Nervous and Backward Ohil- 

dren; children under 16; est. 1900; Mr. 

and Mrs. Frank A. Reed. Directors, 886 

Hubbard Ave. 
Reed School for Stammerers; stammering; 

co-ed.: est. 1900; Frank A. Reed, Prln., 

387 Hubbard Ave. 
St. Joseph's Commercial School; bus. and 

sten.; R. C; men; est. 1889; Brother 

Henry. Director, 65 Jay St. 

Wheeler. Principal. 
Sprague Correspondence School of Journalism; 

est. 1883; William C. Sprague, A. B., 

LL. B., Pres.. 733 MajesUc Bldg. 
Sprague Correspondence School of Law; law; 

corresp. : est. 1890: William G. Spracne, 

Pres.. Majestic Building. 
Thomas Normal Training School; nor.; co-ed.; 

est. 1888; Emma A. Thomas. Director, 

550 Woodward Ave. 
Train Dispatchers School of Telegraphy; teL: 

co-ed.; Jerome L. Topllff, Pres., 74 

Woodward Ave. 
Vet Musical Academy; mus. and lang.; co-ed.; 

Charles M. Vet, Director, 353 Woodward 

Washington Normal School; nor.; women; 

city; Charles L. Spain, A. B. Prln. 

ESCANABA. Delta Co., pop. 9,549. 
St. Joseph High School; prep.; co-ed.; R. 
C; Sister M. A. Ligorl. Prln. 
FLINT, Genesee Co., pop. 18,103. 
Bliss Business College; bus. and sten.; J. H. 
Long. Pres. 
GRAND HAVEN, Ottawa Co.. pop. 4,748. 
Akeley Hall for Girls: girls' boarding; P. B.; 
est. 1S.S7: Miss Susan Hill Yerkes, Prln. 
GRAND RAPIDS, Kent Co., pop. 87.60S. 
Beasley School of Oratory and Dramatle Art; 





elo. and drama; co-ed.; Mrs. Marie Wil- 
son Beaslej, Prin.. Majestic Theatre Bldff. 
Bohoora announcement. — Finest location, 
next door to Ryerson Public Library, In 
new Theatre Majestic, a short walk to 
Union Station. The best advantages of 
any school of the kind in the state or 
city, and equal to any anywhere. Many 
pupils from the Beasley School are filling 
responsible positions as teachers In lead- 
ing schools and colleges all over the 
United States, and some have become re- 
nowned as citizens for their yalnabli^ 
services. Of the women graduates, so- 
cially, there are none more estimable. 

Fastman Priyate School; prep.; non-sect.; 
Mrs. W. H. Eastman, Prin., 110 Barclay 

Grand Rapids Business TJniTarsity; bus. and 
sten.; A. S. Parish, Pros. 

Grand Rapids Kindergarten Training School; 
kind, training; women; est. 1891; Clara 
Wheeler, Acting Principal. 
School's announcement. — The school terms 
Include both winter and summer months. 
Winter dates are from September 15th, 
1906, to June 10th. 1907. Summer dates. 
July 3rd. to August 25th. 1906. All 
work accomplished at any time applies 
upon certificate, or diploma courses of 
study. Students received at any time. 
Worthy graduates assisted to positions. 
Particulars gladly given, and year book 
sent upon application. 

Grand Rapids Xedioal CoUega; med.; reg.; 
co-ed.; est. 1897; Dr. William Fuller. 
Pres. ^ 

Grand Rapids Yctarinary College; vet.; men; 
est. 1897; L. L. Conkey, D. V. S., M. P.. 

Holland Theological School; theol.; men; est. 
1891; A. J. Rooks. A. M.. Principal. 

McLacblan Businass University; bus. and 
sten.; D. McLachlan A Co., Propa. 

Walbridge Private School; prep.; co-ed.; 
Cong.; est. 1900; Nelson H. Walbridge, 
A. M., Prin., 16 Dunham St. 

GROSSE POINTE, Houghton Co., pop. 843. 
Academy of the Sacred Heart; girls* board- 
ing; R. C; Madam Gavin. Prin. 

HILLSDALE, Hillsdale Co., pop. 4,151. 
•pni^ai^^ College; col.; co-ed.; Free Bapt.; 
est. 1866; Joseph W. Mauck, LL. D.. 

HOLLAVD, Ottawa Co., pop. 7.790. 

Holland Business College; bus. and sten.; est. 
1894; Cornelius J. Dregman. Principal. 

Hope College; col.; co-ed.; Reformed; est. 
1866: G. J. Kollen. A. M., LL. D.. Pres. 

Western Theological Seminary; theol.; Ref.; 
men; est. 1866; John W. Beardslee, Pres- 

HOUGHTOV, Houghton Co., pop. 3,359. 
Michigan College of Mines; tech.; men; state: 
est. 1886; F. W. McNalr, Pres. 
JACKSOV, Jackson Co.. pop. 25.180. 
Deylln's Busineaa College; bus. and sten.; 
H. 0. Devlin. Pres. 

KALAMAZOO, Kalamasoo Co., pop. 24,104. 
Kalamaxoo College; col.; oo-ed.; Bapt.; est. 

1865; A. Gaylord Slocom, LL. D., Pres. 
Michigan Female Seminary; girls* boarding; 

Presb.; Elsie Garland Hobson, Prin. 
Parsons' Business College; bus. and sten.; 

W. F. Parsons, Pres. 
Western State Normal School; nor.; state; co- 
ed.; est. 1004; D. B. Waldo. A. M.. 
Wilbur Home and School for the Feeble 
Minded; co-ed.; non-sect.; est. 1884; C. 
T. Wilbur. M. D., Prop, and Supt. 
LANSING, Ingham Co., pop. 16,486. 
Tjinsing Business University; bus. and stea.; 
H. J. Beck, Prea. 
LAURIUM, Houghton Co., pop. 6,643. 
Sacred Heart Academy; prep.; co-ed.; B. C; 
Rev. S. A. Perron, O. F. M.. Prin. 
MANISTEE, Maniatee Co., pop. 14.260. 

Manistee Business College; bus. and ateu.; 
W. H. Martlndill, Pres. 
MARQUETTE, Marquette Co., pop. 10,068. 
Marquette Buainess College; bus. and sten.; 

W. W, Knisley. Prin. 
Northern State Normal School; normal; state; 

co-ed.; D. B. Waldo, Pres. 
St. Joseph's Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; Sister M. Agnes, Prin. 
MONROE, Monroe Co., pop. 6.043. 
St. Mary's Academy; girls' boarding; R. C; 
Mother M. Mechildls, Prin. 
MOUNT PLEASANT, Isabella Co.. pop. 8.662. 
Central State Normal School; normal; state: 

co-ed.; Charles McKenny, A. M., Pres. 
Mount Pleaaant Indian Training School; board- 
ing; co-ed.; est. 1892; Robert A. Coch- 
ran, Superintendent. 
MUSKEGON, Muskegon Co., pop. 20.818. 
Hackley Manual Training School; Prot.; 
co-ed.; est. 1805; James F. Barker. 
NORTH DETROIT, Wayne Co., pop. 150. 
Deaf Mute Institute; Ev. Luth.; co-ed.; eat. 
1S71: Rev. Wm. Glelow, A. B., Direc- 
OLIVET, Eaton Co., pop. 800. 
Olivet College; col.; co-ed.; Cong.; est. 18B9; 
E. G. Lancaster. Ph. D.. President. 
ORCHARD LAKE, Oakland Co., pop. 63. 
Michigan Military Academy; miltUry; non- 
sect.; James Hugh Harria, Prin. 
0W08S0. Shiawassee Co., pop. 8,696. 

Oakaide School; normal; private; co-ed. 
FETOSKEY, Emmet Co.. pop. 6.285. 
Petoskey Normal School; normal; private; 
co-ed.; M. O. Graves, M. A., Pres. 
PONTIAC, Oakland Co., pop. 9.769. 
Pontiac Business College; bus. and sten.; 
C. A. Passell, Pres. 
SAGINAW. Saginaw Co., pop. 42,345. 
International Buainess CoUege; bus. ana 
RtiMi.: est. issr»; Howard L. Griffin. Sec. 
and Mfrr. 
Saginaw Business College; bus. and sten.; 

Geo. W. Smith. Pres. 
Saginaw Valley Medical College; consolidated 






with Michigan College of Medicine and 
Surgery, Detroit. Mich. 
St. Andrew's Academy; prep.; co-ed.; R. 
C: est. 1875; Sister M. Alhertlne. Sister 
BT. LOXnS, Gratiot Co., pop. 1.089. 
Yerington College; bus. and «ten.; C. W. 
Yerington. Prea. 
BPRINO ABBOB, Jaoksoa Co., pop. 210. 
Spring Arbor Seminary; prep.; co-ed.; Free 
Meth.; est. 1873; B. J. Vincent. A. B., 
Prln. BIVEBS, St. Joseph Co., pop. 3.550. 

Thiee Birers Bnainesa Aoadamy; bos. and 
aten.; Charles H. Sage, Prea. 

TBAYEBSE CITY, Grand Traverae Co., pop. 

Aeademy of Holy Angela; girla* boarding; 
R. C; Sister Mary Aaalaalum, Prln. 

Traverse City Business College; bna. and 
aten.; C. R. Dockeray. Prea. 

YPSTT.AWTI, Washtenaw Co., pop. 7,378. 
Michigan State Normal College; normal; atsfie 
co-ed.; L. H. Jones. A. M.. Prea. 


Population, 1,751,374. School census, 545,950. School age, 5-21. 

Minnesota is the nineteenth stale of the Union in point of population, having 
a total of 1,751,374 inhabitants, of whom 1,737,036, or 99.2 per cent, are white. Of 
this number 504,935, or 28.8 per cent, are foreign born. The percentage of illiteracy 
of the entire population is 4.1 per cent, the state ranking ninth in this respect. 
The educational system of the state is as follows: 


J. W. Olsen, Superintendent of Public Instruction St. Paul 

C. G. ScHULZ, Assistant Superintendent St. Paul 

The Governor, the State Auditor, the State Treasurer and the Attorney Gen- 
eral, all at the State Capitol, St. Paul. 

Minnesota has no State Text-Book Commission, the state law making it 
optional with the local boards or voters of the respective counties whether free 
text-books shall be furnished in the public schools. 


SuPT. L. V. WiLBER. Winona 

SUPT. G. M. Cesander, Secretary Winthrop 

SuPT. Joseph Da vies St. James 

SuPT. S. M. QuiGLEY Wabasha 

SuPT. Mary A. Hanson Detroit 

SuPT. M. L. Pratt Granite Falls 

Minnesota has a state law that the legislature shall provide for at least one 
library in every township. 


Frank A. Weld, President Moorhead 

Guy E. Maxwell. Corresponding Secretary Winona 

Fanny G. Gies, Recording Secretary Austin 

C. E. Payne, Treasurer Stewartville 


County. Snperlntondont* 8 N.-inif. Address. Districts. 

Aitkin J. J. Gildersloove Aitkin 67 

Anoka Ocorge D. Goodrich Anoka 65 

Becker Mary A. Han.son Detroit 94 

Beltrami J. J. Regan Bemldjl 40 



No. of 

Ck>aDt7. SuperlDtendent'a Name. Address. Districts. 

Benton J. E. Doheny Foley 47 

Big Stone Anna Swenson Ortonvllle 61 

Blue Earth Oscar O. Ulvin Mankato 149 

Brown John Cutting Sleepy Eye 82 

Carlton N. O. Nllsen Moose Lake 26 

Carver p. L. Williams Watertown 71 

Cass Olaf Oleson Pequot 3 

Chippewa John Haldeman Montevideo 91 

Chisago J. E. Modin Centre City 68 

CJay John Turner Moorhead 106 

Clearwater John H. Sommervold Bagley 43 

Cook Mrs. Alma Hedstrom Grand Marais 4 

Cottonwood D. R. Savage Windom 74 

Crow Wing j. a. Wilson.... Brainerd 81 

Dakota c. W. Meyer Hastings 108 

Dodge [5<lgar O. Wilson.. Kasson 88 

Douglas Theodore A. Erlckson Alexandria 96 

Faribault j. e. Oilman Winnebago City 129 

Fillmore k. W. BiuU Preston 183 

Freeborn Geo. P. Lattln Albert Lea 132 

Goodhue Tulius Boraas Kcd Wing 162 

Grant g^o. L. Woo-iworth Elbow Lake 60 

Hennepin d, C. MacKenale Minneapolis 114 

Houston .Oeorgina rx?mman Caledonia 107 

Hubbard D- TL Bratlford.. Park Rapids,. 67 

Isanti J. w. Clover Cambridge 66 

I^sca Hattle F. Booth Grnnd Haplds 8 

Jackson Laura Taylor Olson., .Lakelletd 110 

Kanabec CUrla. Sjirieter .Mora 89 

Kandiyohi F. W. Dobbyn.., WHlmar 106 

Kittson John C. Cowan,.,, HTalfock 66 

Lac qui Parle Knute O. Lokensgard Madison 104 

Lake Carrie H. Woodward Two Harbors 4 

Le Sueur AmbroHe Hays Le Sueur Centre 118 

Lincoln \^ M. Spencer., Ivanhoe TO 

Lyon Dell W. Forbes Marshall 89 

McLeod u P. Harrtngton Hutchinson 84 

Marshall louIs M. Mlthnn Warren 116 

!f*r«n R. E. Bottomley Fairmont 121 

JjeeKer Elizabeth McGowln Litchfield 89 

Mille Lacs Guy Ewlng Princeton 82 

Morrison Crawford Sheldon Little Falls 112 

JJower Fannie G. Gies AusUn 136 

^urray a. D.Smith Slayton 108 

Nicollet John Sander St. Peter 66 

S°^*®* T.. W. Abbott.... Worthlngton 106 

Norman Thomaa C. Sirand Ada 92 

nlSl r^ii "S?*'; ^' Howard.. Rochester 142 

^iJ: ^^" Christine GoeUlnser Fergus Falls 261 

S"e .,.1^, n. Blankenship Pine City 64 

Pipestone .pred s, KanBon...*! Pipestone .:::::;::::::::;::: §0 

SxUi -Thomas Caaey. Crookston 206 

SoE? •; ^' ^^ Torgusoti Glenwood 94 

o?T®^, Thos. Montgomery St. Paul 29 

wf^«^J® "• 'r- McAnulty Red Lake Falls ...77 

5!^^.?,°/ I?- 5^.°« Redwoo.1 Falls 104 

gf"vnie Eric Erlcson Olivia 138 

gjp®. K. L. Peterson Faribault 126 

g°S^,- Ellen M. Wright Luverne 72 

Roseau a. H. Mattson Roseau 78 

§t-,V°u»8 ^- W. Gilpin Duluth 36 

g£0" Tl. 4.. i .ic....^rL.k Jordan 70 

Sherburne Mlnnette G. Miller BU Lake . 47 

1151^7 ^^ M. Cesander WInthrop ...!".'.'.:::*.!'.:;:::; 79 

Stearns Paul Ahles st. Cloud 200 

Seele c L. Davl^ Owatonna :::::.: K 

Steven^ Ray S. Roberts Morris l..:! S 

Swift Nellie M. Cashman Benson 91 

Todd George Peterson Long Prairie !!..*! !!!!l40 





Gonntj. Superintendent's Name. Address. 

Traverse W. T. Williams Wheaton 

Wabasha S. M. Quiffley Wabasha 

Wadena H. O. Button Wadena 

Waseca Herman A. Panzram Waseca 

Washington J. P. Larson Stillwater .... 

Watonwan Joseph Davies St. James 

Wilkin Minnie C. Dunham Campbell 

Winona L. V, Wllber Winona 

Wright A. A. Zech Annandale ... 

Yellow Medicine M. L. Pratt Granite Falls 

No. of 












ALBF.BT TiFA, Freeborn Co., pop. 4,500. 
Albert Lea College; closed. 
Luther Academy; prep.; co-ed.; Lutb.; est. 
1888; Rev. Jacob E. Tboen, B. A., Pres- 

AUSTZV, Mower Co., pop. 5.474. 
Anstin College of Law, Southern Xiimesota 
Vormal College; law; co-ed.; est. 1890; 
F. W. Greenman. Dean. 
Southern Minnesota Normal College; normal; 
co-ed.; private; est. 1887; Cbas. R. 
Boostrom, Pres. 

BBAIHEBD, Crow Wing Co., pop. 7.524. 
Brainerd Business College; bus.; and sten.; 
Lewis H. Vath, Pres. 

COLLEOEYILLE, Steams Co., pop. 25. 
St, John's University; col.; men; B. C; 
est. 1857; Rt Rer. Peter Engel. Pres. 

CR00K8T0V, Polk Co., pop. 5,359. 
Crookston College; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
est. 1895; J. C. Sathre, M. S.. LL. B., 

DVLUTH, St. Louis Co., pop. 52,969. 

Duluth Business University; bus. and sten.; 
W. 0. McCarter. Pres. 

Parsons' Business College and Shorthand In- 
stitute; bus. and sten.; Hiram Parsons, 

Baered Heart Lastitute; girls* boarding; B. C; 
Mother Scholastlca, O. S. B., Sister, Di- 

State Normal Sohool; nor.; state; co-ed.; est. 
1895; E. W. Bohannon, A. M., President. 

University Sohool; prep.; boys; non-sect.; 
Albert Heppert, Principal. 

FARIBAULT, Rioe Co., pop. 7.868. 
Bethlehem Aoademy; girls* boarding; R. C. 

Sister Superior. 
Faribault Business and Normal College; bus. 

and nor.; co-ed.; est. 1890; E. A. Brb- 

lang and P. U. Dankers. Principals. 
St. Mary's Hall; girls' boarding; P. E.; Miss 

Caroline W. Eells, Prin. 
Beabury Divinity School; thcol.; P. E.; men; 

est. 1868; Rev. tieorpe Henry Davis, D. 

D., Warden. 
Shattuck Sohool; boys' boarding; mil.; P. E.. 

Rev. Jamos Dobbin, Prin. 
FZBOUB FALLS, OttniaU Co., pop. 6.071. 

Darling's Business College; bus. and sten.; 
est. 1900; D. D. DarUng, President. 

Northwestern College, prep.; co-ed.; Luth.; 
est. 1900; A. C. Youngdabl, A. B.. Pres- 
GLENWOOD, Pope Co., pop. 1,116. 

Glenwood Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; Lutb.; est. 
1904; B. K. Say re, A. B., B. S., Princi- 
MADISON, Lao qui Parle Co., pop. 1,336. 

Normal School of the United Norwegian Luth- 
eran Churoh; nor.; co-ed.; Lutb.; est. 
1892; Rev. Ole Lokensgaard, B. A., Pres. 
MANKATO, Blue Earth Co., pop. 10,599. 

Mankato Commereial Collsige; bus. and sten.; 
J. B. Brandrup. Pres. 

State Normal Sohool; normal; state; co-ed.; 
Charles H. Cooper, Pres. 
MINNEAPOLIS, Hennepin Co., pop. 202,718. 

Amerioan Business College and Normal School; 
bus. and nor.; co-ed.; est. 1904; J. J. 
Jesperson, A. M., Pres., 730 E. Lake 81. 

Archibald's Business College; bus. and sten.; 
A. R. Arcl'ibald, Prin., Lake and Stevens 

Augsburg Seminary; col.; men; Luth.; est. 
1869; Prof. George Sverdrup. Pres., 8tb 
and 21st Ave.. South. 
Caton College; bus. and sten.; Thomas J. 
Oaton, Pres. 

Curtiss Business College; bus. and sten.; est. 
1874; George H. Zlnnel, Pres., 122 S. 
Sixth Street. 

De La Salle Institute; prep.; boys; R. C; 
Rev. Brother Emilain, Prin., Grove and 
Island Ave.. W. 

Eclectic Business College; bus. and tel.; est. 
1896; J. M. Balxer, Pres., 4% Washing- 
ton Ave. S. 

Graham Hall; girl's boarding; non-sect.; est. 
1900; Carrie F. Bartlett and Zulema A. 
Ruble, Principals, 1800 First Ave. S. 
- Gregg Shorthand Business School; sten. and 
bus.; E. L. Jones. Prin., 809 Northwest- 
ern Bldg. 

Holy Angels Academy; girls* boarding; B. 
C; Sister Rosalia, Prin., 4th St. and 
7th Ave.. N. 

Johnson School of Music, Oratory and Dra- 
matic Art; art; co-ed.; Qustavus John- 
son, Director, 42 8. 8th St. 

Matropolitan Commercial College; bus. and 





ICione&p^lii JL^oa40iDy; prop-; eo-cd.; Uat. 
FrvBb.; Tbomua PfeUlOB, Prln., 5Ul liar- 

eat IfluS; Kngtjs ami Itoyie, l^rops.. 303 

Ci?ntrcil Avtv. 
XLnne&polU CU^Blcal fiahoal: prt^p.; coed.; 

est. 1804; Anhnr IK Hull, A. M., frv*.. 

Harvaril Si. 8. K, 
MiniwHpDUi GallefB of and fiur- 

CAonm, Hunlisfl University; meO.; tegr, 

Lo-fd; eat. 18S3^ tiep. C Bitrtoiu M« tJ., 

Deni], 701 S. fitli St. 
MinQupolIfl Bdidd i^f FLae Arti; art; cf>-(Td.; 

Rfvbert Ko«-ljler, Dlrprtor. 
MinneMU InrntltutA ot ^hmrmAny, pbiir.] c^- 

*uL: U. W. I>ry^v, ]M. li.. Dead. 
Mlniiflvitii SohfKil tif BatinQit; bus. aod 

Bten.; Bkksird & Gruttinn^ Prop*.* &4 S. 

3rd St. 
Hwiion bhorthand In«titiits: b[i!i. ahd ftCta.; , 

II. J. smith, rrln -^ llJlii Guiiraiht^- BKlg:- I 
KQithttreitetni GoilesQ and ButrnfttB tnititutQ ; 

bUtt. II nd dtoi. J ilev. A^ T. FryltraJin* 

Prln,. 3oe S. 7th St. 
¥ortbweitarQ CollciirB of Phf^to^rmph j ; photo.; 

ttn?cl.: BU Nlcolltt Ayp. 
HorttLWAitem ConMrvatorr fif Kuii«! lauB. , 

raetl. ; Clareu'^f A. MjirahnU. Dlrecloi, 
StatQ Buiineai Goilofo; bus. qbd Htcii.; tat, 

liM)J; Ceorso A. Goldi.*r, Pr*?*., Nicollet 

Ai^e. and 7 til Bt. 
BtAtB Buiioaaa UaiTisriUr; boa. and stcu,; 

Thamai W. Oweii«. PriOt ^O- E, S4tli SL 
fltftolvr H»U;; girlfi' boarding; non-sict. ; UJai 

O. A. Ertfi, Prln,, 2118 2123 Plesaaut 

UnlTsrsity af MtoDflaotA; unlr.l atate; co-eO.^ 

Pit, 1808; Cjrua Ncrtbrop* LL. D.. Prua.* 

Ualreralty and J4tii An-s. 
Unlverilty of IfiimoKotm, CallefB of BintlitiT: 

111 lit.; i^o-fd.; Prtt. I^^sh; AHn-tl Dwn^ 

ht'dti, Untv<Tnlty mid Ulb Avt'Si, 
Uni vanity of Mlmifisata, CoUA^a of Borneo* 

pathio Modioino add Surg^wy; iBed.; 

bomcap. ; i^n-^A.; est. 1SS6; duffeue L. 

Maun, M^ J3.t I>t?aa, AM End Ira tt Arcade. 

St. Paul. 
iriy.Torait7 of MiuaAaotaH Collora Df Law; 

law; co«?d.; eaL ISaS; Wllllflin S. Put- 
tee, LU D.p Deoa, Unlfcraltj jind llth 

VniTOTiitj of Mlonttota^ CoUe^i^ of Modliitno 

uid Burgflry; nii?d. ; reg.; trowed.; eat. 

LH&8; Parka Kltclile, M. D., Deai], Un!- 

Toralty and Utb A tea. 
tTnivoTfity of Minaoaota.) Oollof^e of Thmr- 

maroy; pbaf.; coed.; eat* lS&2j Frederick 

J. WalUne, LLr, M.» D«ai). 8306 2Dd 

Ave., So, 
KOlfrzrrtDEO. Cliippowa OOt, pop, S,140. 
Windom Inatituto; prip.; locd.; Ccsng,; ej*t, 

1SH<J. Flivrrjr Stmt too Murttn, B. A.. Prln- 


ICOORHIlADp C?U7 Co.. pap. 3,730. 

Goncardla Collflffs: pri^^p.; eo-ed.; Lnth.; eat 

iSBl; Rnv, Knamfoa tlo^atad, rrlnclpaL 

■t&t« IToTmal eobooU oorroal; atate^ co-ed.; 

Lst ISSO; Frank A. Weld, Prealdent. 
HEW TTLU, Brown Co., pop. 5,403. 
Or. Maitia Luther OoUeKo; tiormal; prlvmte; 

Ki'Od.; list l'^S4; Uov. John Schaller, 

IfORTHPIELD, BiCA Co,, po|>, 3^210. 
Cftrioton Coneffe; col.; fo-i*>d.; Cong.; tnt. 

ISOO; Hur. William H. SaUmon. Prea, 
Bt, Olaf Collflffe; i?ol.; c-o-ed.; Luth.; e«t, 

1874; Rev. J. N. Klldalil. Prea. 
OWATOKNA, BtoeU C?o.p pop. 6,&ei, 

Acmdemy of tiio 8«cxfld Heurt; B. C. - SIs^ 

t«r M. Leo, Prin, 
OaaAflld Comni«roLal School; bua. and sten.; 

W. P. Can fie Id, pre a, 
Klabury AoAdamjr; prep.; co-i^d^; Bspt; 

Mllo B. Price. Ph. D.. Prr«, 
Sftored Heart Ao&dotojr: gLrl'a boarding; B, Cl 

eat 1H77; Slatec Mary Cyril. Soiwrior, 
PIPrSTOlfE, PipMtone Co, J pup, 2,530. 
Plpeatona iQdl&n Tralnlnff Scbool; sove^m- 

i'lTMNit'iil sfhf.iol for Indians; eat. 1802; 

Wltkird 8. Campbell; Snp(*rlnti^ridont. 
BED WINd, Ooodliua Co., pop. 7^525. 
Eed Win? BuelJieaa CoUefo; bna. and eteti.T 

H. J, Sleyi?r, Prea. 
Bod WIb; ETUifoHcal Sezainary; tbeoL; men; 

LDtli,; eat. 1§79; Eev. M. Q. Hatition. 

BOCHEBTER, Olmmtof Co,^ pop, S.MS. 
Eochesior Buiineia and Normal Cnllago^ bua. 

xind iii>r. ; rn-Hl.; est. ISlKJ; Mitftini A, 

iV.TiUyn Presldeut^ 
BT. AHTKOJTT BAKK, BuhurTi of fit. Paul, 
ichool of A^ioulture^ tToiTanity of Kinn«- 

«4>ta; atnte: ctj-ed.; i?at 1S§§; W, M, Ug- 

fett. Dean. 
Lnthar Seminar;; tbinii; tneik; Bt. Lnth.; 

cat. iSKr. UoY. Prof. H. Eraat, D. D., 

Ptph.. Pbslein Parle, 
fitrrliftr EemiDnry: eloacd, 
BT, GLO0I>, Steanii Go,, pop. B,QG3. 

Stn Cloud Busiufsia Callous; h\w. and aten.; 

est. }WC\ r*w!H H. Vath. FrlneipaL 
Btate Kornul Sobool; normal; atate; co-«d.; 

e«t, 1S60; W. A. Sboemaker. Ph. D,. 

ST. JQBEPH. BteArni Co,, pop, 549, 
Bt. B«nodlct'a A»demy; fflrli' boarding; R. 

C,: Mi&tlier Aloyala Bath, Prln, 

BT, FA'UL, EftmasjT Co,^ pop. laa.oaS. 
Bftckua' Bohool for Girla, Ura, ; itlt-ra prep.; 

tiiTn-Bect.; eat. lDf)3; Mra. Cartle Haaklm 

Bnckua, Prln,, 4^ V^oUj Are. 
Baldwiii SomliuiTy; prep,; co-ed.; non-aert. ; 

Clinton J. Backna. Prin., 114 Hackqt^ln. 
Boflniioh'i CominsroUl ColI«ir*; l>ua. and sten.; 

B. W. Bcwnlflch, Pros,* 001 Cbsrober of 

Commcrco Bldg, 
Capitol Comm«TolaI Collefo; bn;;. and nten.; 

Mflrcarpt Holhr, Prln,. :ir>fl M^Clnre Bldff, 
Colleffo of 8t, Thomai; boye' boarding; R, 

G.l BeT. Jcjton I*, Dolphin, Prln., Cor. 

Clev<<il!ind and Snniiait Ati". 
f^oaoordia CoUoko; boys' boardlns^; Et. Luth.; 

TTujcdorw Bq«ns(ir* Prto., Cot. Bt. Anthonv 

and Brndlcati?. 





Cretin Hifh School; boys' boarding; R. 0.; 

Brother Ambrose, Prln., Cor. Fort and 

6th Sts. 
Globe Business College; bus. and sten.; W. 

0. Stephens, Pres.. 43 W. 7th St. 
Hamline ITniTersity; col.; co-ed.; M. E.; est. 

1854; Rer. G. H. Bridginuii. LL. D.. Cor. 

Snelling and Hewitt. 
Hess Business College; bus. and sten.; D. 

S. Coffey. Pres.. Pioneer Press Bldg. 
Lnther Seminary; theol. ; Lutb.; men; est. 

1878; O. B. Brandt, Pres. 
Maoalester College; col.; co-ed.; Presb.; est. 

188S; James Wallace, Ph. D., Pres., Grand 

and Snelling Atos. 
Nichols' Expert School of Shorthand: bus. 

••nd sten.; est. 1899; Malcolm E. Nichols. 

rx. D.. Prln.. 339 Endicott Bldg. 
Pioneer Business School; bus. and sten.; Mrs. 

P. P. Roller, Prtn., 329 Ryan Bldg. 
Seminary of the United Norwegian Luthem 

Church; tbeol.; Lutb.; men; est. 1890; 

ReT. Professor Marcus O. Bockman, D. D., 

Bssmussen Practioal Business School; bus. and 

sten.; Walter Rasmussen. Pres., Globo 

St. Joseph ▲oademy; girls' boarding; R. C; 

Sister Hyacinth, Prln.. Cor. Nelson and 

Western Ares. 
St. Mary's High School; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; 

Sister Victoria, Prln.. Cor. 9th and Lo- 
St. Paul Academy; boys' boarding; non-sect.; 

Fred W. Flske, N. B. Wheeler, Prins., 

Cor. Dale and Portland Ares. 
St. Paul Business College; bus. and sten.; 

Magulre Bros.. Props., 436 Sibley. 
St. Paul College of Law; law; men; est. 

1900; Judge G. Z. Bunn. Pres. 
School of Traction Engineering; tech.; men; 

est. 1906: D. D. Mayne. Prln. 
St. Paul Teachers' Training School; normal; 

city; co-ed.; Miss Sara G. Brooks, Pres. 
St. Paul Seminary; men; P. E.; Very Rev. 

P. R. Heffron, D. D., Rector, W. End 

Grand Are. 

Stone's School of Watchmaking; watchmak 

ing; co-cd.; 003 Globe Bldg. 
St. Paul School of Fne Arts; art; co-ed.; Dt- 

rectur. 48 B. 4th St. 
Teacher's Training School; nor.; women; est. 
1883; Hiram VV. Slack. Prin.. Granite St. 
Visitation Convent; girls' boarding; R. C; 
Mother Clementine, Prin., Cor. Robert and 
University Ave. 
ST. PAUL PARK, Waahington Co., pop. 1.173. 
St. Paul's College; col.; co-ed.; M. E.; W. 
H. Miller. Pn-a 
ST. PETER, HicoUet Co., pop. 4.802. 
Gustavus Adolphus College; col.; co-ed.; 
Luth.; 08t. 1862; Rev. P. A. Mattson. 
SAUX CENTER, Steams Co., pop. 2,220. 
Sauk Center Academy and Buaineas College; 
bus. and sten.; Lewis H. Vath, Pres. 
STILLWATER, Washington Co., pop. 12.818. 
Rasmussen Practical Business College; bus. 
and sten.; Julius Rasmussen, Pres. 
WELLS, Faribault Co., pop. 2,017. 
Parsons' Business University; bus. and sten.; 
A. C. Parsons, Pres. 
WILDER, Jackson Co., pop. 174. 

Brack Farm School and Buaineas College; 
prep, and bus.; co-ed.; est. 1888; P. E. ; 
Rev. William Henry Pond, President. 
WILLMAR, Kandiyohi Co., pop., 8.409. 
Willmar Seminary; prep.; co-ed.; Ev. Luth.; 
est. 1883; II. S. Hilleboe, A. M.. Prin- 
WINNEBAGO CITT, Faribault Co., pop. 1.816. 
Parker College; col.; co-ed.; Free Bapt.; est. 
1889; Rev. Elbert W. Van Aken. A. M.. 

WINONA, Winona Co., pop. 19,714. 
State Normal School; normal; state; co-ed.; 

J. F. Mlllspaugh. Pres. 
Toland's Business University: bus. and sten.; 

J. W. Hooker and F. J. Toland, Pres. 
Winona Seminary; girls' boarding; R. C; 

Sister M. Celestlnc. Prin. 


Population, 1,551,270. School census, 537,310. School age, 5-21. 

Mississippi is the twentieth state of the Union in point of population, having 
a total of 1,551,270 inhabitants, of whom 641,200, or 41.3 per cent, are white. Of 
this number 7,625, or .5 per cent, are foreign born. The percentage of illiteracy of 
the entire population is 32 per cent, the state ranking forty-sixth in this respect. 
The educational system of the state is as follows : 

Hon. H. L. Whitfield, State Superintendent of Public Education Jackson 


Hon. William Williams, Attorney General Jackson 

Hon. J. W. Power, Secretary of State Jackson 

Hon. H. L. Whitfield, State Superintendent of Public Education Jackson 


County. Superintendent's Name. Address. Ooun^. 

Adams J. W. Henderson Natchez 80,111 

Alcorn W. C. Sweat Cortnth 14.987 

Amite Geo. A. McGehee Liberty 20.708 

Attala M. L. Dew Kosciusko 26,248 

Benton J. A. Bamette Afhiand 10,S10 

Bolivar Thos. S. Owen Cleveland 35,427 

Calhoun C. A. Beasley Fittsboro 16.512 

Carroll C. A. Neal Carrolton 22.116 

Chickasaw R. R. Waldrop Houston 19.892 

Choctaw H. Splva Mathlston 13.066 

Claiborne S. J. Russell Port Gibson 20,787 

Clarke Geo. B. Parker Quitman 17,741 

Clay Paul rPownsend West Point 19,563 

Coahoma J. M. Brooks Clarksdale 26,298 

Copiah J. T. Hood Hazlehi^st 84,896 

Covington T. R. Thames Williamsburg 13,086 

DeSoto R. E. L. Morgan Hernando 24,751 

Franklin V. H. Torrey Meadville 13,678 

Greene A. G. Ferguson L.eakesville 6,796 

Grenada Virgil R. James Grenada 14,112 

Hancock W. W. Stockwell Bay St. Tx)uis 11.886 

Harrison C. D. J^ncastor Misslsslrpi City 21.008 

Hinds ...C. S. North Raymond 52,577 

Holmes W. H. Smith Lexington 86,828 

Issaquena George Robinson Mayersvllle 10,400 

Itawamba J. E. Sandlin Fulton 18,644 

Jackson D. D. Cowan Scranton 16,518 

wasper W. J. Shoemaker Paulding 15,894 

Jefferson J. E. Torrey Red Lick 21,888 

Jones H. P. Todd Enilsville 17,846 

Kemper I N. Thompson DeKalb 20,488 





Pop. of 
Ooant7> Superintendent's Name. Address. County* 

LAfayette T. IC Anderson Oxford 22,110 

Lauderdale ^. R. Eniis Meridian 88,lfi0 

Lawrence B. D. Bishop Monticello 15,10B 

Leake L. R. IdToDonald Carthage 17,860 

Lee .J. N. Francis Tupelo 21.966 

Leflore ^W. M. Peteet Greenwood 20,884 

Lincoln ^Bdgrar Green Brookhaven 21,562 

Lowndes S. M. Nash Columbus 29,096 

Madison W. B. Stlnson Qanton 82,486 

Marlon B. L Watts Columbia 1S.W1 

Marshall R. H. Tunstall Holly Springs 27.674 

Monroe T. T. Deavenport Aberdeen 81,216 

Montgomery J. L. Prlzell .Winona 16,686 

Neshoba W. D. Hitt Philadelphia 12.726 

Newton W. W. Courtey Decatur 19,708 

Noxubee J. R. Jackson Maoon 30.848 

Oktibbeha S. J. Wallace gtarkvllle 20.183 

Panola J. B. Bkrkles Sardls 29,027 

Pearl-River A. R. Lodner Poplarvllle 6,697 

Perry E. J. Currle Hattlepburg 14,682 

Pike C. H. Otkln Magnolia 27,545 

Pontotoc J. H. Mitchell Pontotoc 18,274 

Prentiss C. B. Bllllngslea Boonevllle 15.788 

Quitman R W. Millsaps Belen 5,435 

Rankin S. R. Myers Brandon 20,956 

Scott W. J. Stokes Forest 14,316 

Sharkey J. S. Joor Rolling Fork 12,178 

Simpson W. D. Wallace Mendenhall 12.800 

Smith W. T. Simmons Raleigh 13.065 

Sunflower D. M. Quinn Indianola 16.064 

Tallahatchie H. H. Womble Charleston 19,600 

Tate I. O. AJlen Senatobla 20,618 

Tippah J. W. Mitchell Ripley 12.988 

Tishomingo H. C. Long luka 10,124 

Tunica J. W. Henderson Tunica 16,479 

Union W. T. STilth New Albany 16.522 

Warren J. B. Dabney Vicksburg 40,912 

Washington E. L. Grady Greenville 49,216 

Wayne T. w. Mclnnls Waynesboro 12.539 

Wtebster T. W. Lovette Walthall 13,619 

Wilkinson L. H. Honklns Louisville 14,124 

Winston W. H. Woods Woodville 21,463 

Yalobusha J. R. Hodnett CcfTeeville 19.742 

Yazoo W. W. Lockard Yazoo City 43,948 


ABBEVILLE, La Fayette Co., pop. 266. 
AbbsTllle Normal Boliool; normal; state; 
pop. 175. 
Miuiuippi Agrionltural and Meohanloal Col- 
lege; tech.; state; men; est. 1878; John 
H. Hardy, A. M., LL. D., President. 
BAY ST. LOinS. Hanoock Co., 2,872. 
St. Staniilana College; boys' boarding; R. 

€.; est. 1864; Brother Felix. President. 
St. Joseph's Academy, girl's boarding; R. C; 
est. 1866; Sister Augostin. Superior. 
BLITE MOUVTADf, Tippah Co., pop. 466. 
Blue Motmtain Female College; girls' board- 
ing; non-sect.; est. 1878; B. G. Lowrey, 
A. M.. Pres. 
BLITE BPRZHGB, TJnioB Co., pop. 196. 
Bine Springs Normal College; normal; atate; 

BRAXTON, Simpson Co., pop. 100. 
Braxton Collegiate Institute; prep.; co-ed.; 
non-sect.; est. 1889; Panl De Leon Mc- 
Laurln, A. B., Principal. 
BROOKHAYEN, Llnooln Co., pop. 2.678. 
Whitworth Female College; girls* boarding; 
M. B. So.; est. 1860; Rer. John W. 
Chambers, A. M., Prea. 
BYHALIA, Karshall Co., pop. 760. 
Kate Tucker Institute ; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; Kate Eogenia Tacker. Prin. 
CARTHAGE, Leake Co., pop. 416. 
Carthage Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-aect.; 
Woodley ft HnddlestoD. Prlna. 
CABCnXA, Tallahatchie Co., pop. 166. 
Cascilla High School; prep.; co-ed.; ngii* 
sect.; Prof. Gninn. Prln. 
CHALYBEATE, Tippah Co., pop. 40. 
Chalybeate Springs Institute; prep.; oo-ed.; 
Bon-Mot.; 7. N. Berry, Prin. 





CHA^TAWA, Fikd Ce,. pop, &4. 

Bt. Hmry'i Inititut^r fflrls' boArdLiig; R. O.; 

(JLASEBOK. Wftbitar Co., p^ip. e^, 
SAiinatt Acadetii?; pr<*p. » co-ed.; Dou-i«ct:«; 
J. M. Mnxcy, A. 1.1, Prwa, 
OLIKTOir. HlndA Go,, pop. 3S4. 

EiUnmn ColLftfCi: glrlji" bourdiit^: Ditpt.^ e^t. 

1S53; l>r, J. M. Jobn»j»: PrisUhnL 
Kluiulp^pi GoUftfo; col.; mvui tlnpt.; 4'Bt. 
1§27; RfT. W. T, Lowr.'jr> I» D,* Ptefi. 
Mount Hermon Ffimila Beminftry {ccilorEd) 

Jiillii M. Ehviii, I'liti, 

i-nl 1><75; Mlsit 

non-iect, ; 


COLLEGE HILL, LafiyfittB Co., pop. 80, 

CoUoffs Hill Ac&dflmy; cIiibc^^ 
COLITHBIA, Murian tJo,, i op. 5'>7. 

Columbia Hlsh S'Qhoal; pri^p.; cn-rd-l mqm- 
«ect*; J, T, CiilliouM, Priii. 
COLinCBUS, Lowndefl Co., p»p. 0.48^. 

Indnctri&l Institute ted Colloff^; state In- 
dustrial Hibool fur £liifl; sit. 183^; A. A. 
KlncsooDn, SiipC. 
CUMBEELAKB, W« biter Co., pop. Sfl. 

Ciuiiboi-lAnd Koftntl Inttituto; prep.; c?o-«d.; 
Tinri sect.; vat. l^m, lU-v. J. F. Mltcbell. 

DXXOK, ITeilio^ii Co., pop. li)0. 
Slxon Hlffli Sobool; prt'p. ; co-ed. 
H. V* Grfthiim, Trln. 
LDlJrBimG. Lftke Co,, poj}. 12>'». 
EdlDburg^ Hiffh Scbool; prop.; co-cd 
4'i*t, lSn3: J. M. WiidHivortli, VtXq. 
EDWAEI^B. Euids Co,^ pop. 590. 
Southern Obriittftn In»tltuta t^^olori'd); prop^t 
I'Ot'd.; Cbrlst.; J. B- tcbtnun, pb. B., 

JBEKCH CAMF, Cboetkw Co.. pop. 2SS. 

Gontral KiuiMippi Inmtituto; rItW bOAfd 
Ing; Prcsb.f v«t. 1!^4. J. A. Satidi^rtK^u. 

Frencb Ciunii Military Aoademy, tnlL; boyn^ 
Frcab." est. l^SQ] Uov, tVjink L. Mc- 
Cue. Prlnclpul, 

&Qlio<ir« announoflment. Kri-nob €amp 
(MLaa.) Academy Is lorn ted in a quiet 
country town, sTiay from tbe ugusl tctnp- 
UtloDS. It la a giiod pUcp to send your 
boy to form a mniily Cbrlitian pharuetet, 
Hie b?st advsntngi'a at low ecwt. Ad- 
dreii R^^f, F. L. HcCqii. PiinHpuL 

GEEKABA, Granada Ca,, pop, 2,663 
Grenada CoUeflate Inatltate; prep.; 
non-aeet.; W. E. Clifton, A. B 

HAEFEBTELLE, Scott Co,, pop. ISO. 
Rarp«rrll]« CoUart^ta Xnatltuto; prep. 

DOH'Hct. ; C. A, fluddlpston. PrestdeDt* 

HESEOlff Lawnnoa Co,* pop. 100. 
HabratL Hlfh Sobooh ptep.; ttj-ed. ; ncu-iiect.^ 
cat. 1880; Fr^d M. Bitsb, PHnelpal. 

HEmjJAKBO, Da Soto Co., pop. 563. 

Eandla't TTniTMiity Siisbool; prep.; co-ed.; 
itr,ri «*-f t. ; mi. m^n; w, S, THnrkJi. FrtD. 
EOLLT BPRXKGS. Musball Co.. pop. 2.81&. 

Vlaaiuippl Btata Hormal S«iiool; noimuil; 

CCKiid. f 



atjite; co-ed.; Rut. E. D. Miller. Prea. 
MiaiUtippi Synod leal Collflffo; git la' board 

ihiC; Pn-Jib,; T, W. Wiiymond, Prln. 
EuBt tIniTonity (colored); col.; co^ed.T U, 

K.; *>at. laeS; Hot. Wm. W. Foster. Jr.* 

t>. D,. Pre*, 
St, Tbomat Hall; eloaed. 
HaUBTQH, Cbickajaw Co., t>'>l>- 077. 
HiHsiitippi Korcnal College; prep.; co-od.; 

Jion-aett.: E. L. €<>ntik#, Pren. 
IUHA> Tiihominfo Co.. pop. 82. 

luka GollefiB; prep.; ns-ed.; M, K.; est. JO.M, 

Key. John B. Culpepper. ProBldentH 
JACKSOK, Hind* Co.* pap. 7. §10. 

BfilbaTon College for Yoang Ladlaa i g1 rla* 

boiirdlng; naii-sert.; est, 1804; J. R. 

Prcnton, M. A.. President. 
Harrft Builneu Coll^^l bus. und atofi,; eat. 

1S95; J. N. Hnrrls. U. A.. Pits. 
Ja.okaon CoUeffo (colored): prep.; co-«»d.j 

Bfipt.; est. ISTl; Eev. LotheP G. Barrett, 

A. M.. Prea. 
MillMpB Golleffo; er»L; tnen: Id. E. So.; eat, 

1^02: Rev. W. B. Mnrrub. Pros. 
Mmcon and Andrew* Buiiueia GoUete; bus. 

and stei3. ; C9t. 1!^5; ti. A. Macon aad 

A. A. Andrcwa, Props, 

Millaapi College^ Law School; law; men; est. 
JBFPEKBOK, Carroll Co., pop. 25. 
l^effaraoa High School ; prep.; coed.; Rapt-; 
Mlaa Juanlta Hill, Prln. 
LIBEETY* Amite Co., pop. 3Q2. 

LibartT Male and Female GoUeg«; ptep.; 
coea.: nou-iect,; Be?. N. Bmylle, PrJn. 
LOGKHAET, Lauderdale Co., pop. lOO, 

Laotchart Male aad Female Initttuts; prep.; 
to-ed.; noil sect.; eat. 1SP.S; %V. F. Cooper* 

B. S.. Prln. 
LGinSTlLLE, Winton Go., pop. S'lo, 

LotiiATille Hormal 8«1iool: iiDrmal; itatei 

co-ed, ; J. A. Hall. pros. 
KZBIDIAH. Lattderdale Co., pop. 1-1.050. 
Macon & Andreva CoUo^at biii. and 3l«0«; 

eat. 1895: .JJ. FerguiioiK Prlnclpil. 
Meridian Aoadomyi prep,; rn-f>d^; Bl. B.; eat. 

lS7ff; J. Beverly F. Sbnw, A. B , A. M., 

Meridiais Female Gollese; giria' boarding; dod* 

atct.; e«t. 10i>3; J. W. B»ion. A. M.. 

Lin^ln Schoolr prep.; co-p<l.; Cong.; Mrs, 

O. 1. Millar. PHn. 
MOHTEGSE. Jaiper Co., pop. 150. 

Foraat IHatiict High Boliool; prep.: co^ed.; 

M. B, So.; T. C. Brodford, Prln. 
MOtrST OLtTE* Covington Co., pop. 244S. 
Mount Glive High School; prep.; co-cd.; ti0n> 

aect.; J. T. Calboiin, Prln. 
NATCHEZ. Adame Co., pop. 12.210. 

Catbadral Sahaol; boy a' bonrdlng; B. C; 

Brotber Cbarlea, Prln, 
Katohax Collega (ro1ofed]i; prep.; co-^.; 

Harit.; S, H C Owen. Prln. 
St, Joseph's fLchul; girls' boarding: B. Oi; 

Sister Srbola^ie, Prln. 
St, Mary'i Cathedml School; bua. and itetu; 

Brotbei- Cbarlet, Prei, 





Stanton College for Toung Ladiee; girls* 
boarding; non-sect.; est. 1804; James R. 
Preston, A. M., Pres. 
KETTLETOV, Lea Co., pop. 570. 
ProTidenoe Male and Female College; prep.; 
co-ed.; Promb. ; Prof. J. I>e Hays, Prln. 
ORWOOD, La Fayette Co., pop. 1()6. 
Orwood Academy; prep.; co-ed.; uoD-nect.; 
J. D. Stormont, Prin. 
OXFORD, La Fayette Co., pop. 1.823. 
Woman's College; ffirU* boarding; M. B.; 
est. 1864. 
FITT8B0R0, Calhoun Co., pop. 264. 
Fittsboro Male and Female College; prep.; 
co-ed.; non-sect.; A. A. Newell. A. b., 
PONTOTOC, Pontotoc Co., pop. 1.010. 
Chickasaw Female College; girls' boarding; 
Presb.; eat. 1852; Rev. D. L. Barr, Pres- 
PORT GIBBON, Claiborne Co., pop. 2.113. 
Port Gibson Female College; girls* boarding; 
M. E. 8o.; est. 1843; Heury G. Hawkins. 
A. B., Pres. 
SENATOBIA, Tate Co., pop. 1.166. 
Blackboome College for Girls; girls' board- 
ing; non-se<ct.; Mrs. T. D. Moore, Prln. 
SHELBY, Bolivar Co., pop., 600. 
Shelby Normal School; normal; private; 
co-ed.; J. M. Williamson, Prln. 
School's announcement. — A training school 
for young men and women, fitting tbem 
for actire pedagogical work. Every ad- 
vantage is offered the ambitious student; 
the quality of work done is high, equip- 
ments adequate and expenses very low. 
A school where work is done, whose stu- 
dents are enthused with this spirit, and 
whose graduates are sought by public 
and private schools throughout the coun- 
try — such is the Shelby Normal School. 
8HUBUTA, Clarke Co., pop. 451. 

High School; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; Chas. 
A. Huddleston, Prin. 
BTARXVILLE, Oktibbeha Co., pop. 1.986. 
Starkville Graded School; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
■ect.; Hugh Crits. B. Sc. Prln. 
STLVARENA. Smith Co., pop. 76. 

Sylvarena High School; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; est. 187U; John B. Polk, Prin. 
TOTJGALOO, Hinds Co., pop. 26. 
Tougaloo University; normal; private; co-ed. 
Cong.; est. 1869; Ki>v. Frank G. Wood- 
worth, I). D., Pros. 
TTRO, Tate Co., pop. 110. 
Tyro High School; prep.; co-cd.; non-sect.; 
B. T. Keeton. Prln. 
UNION CHURCH, Jeiferson Co., pop. 126. 
Union Church High School; prep.; co-ed.; 
non-sect.; J. A. Smylie, Prln. 
UNIVERSITY, La Fayette Co., pop. 16. 
University of Mississippi, Law School; law; 
ed.; est. 1848; Robert B. Fulton, M. A., 
LL. D.. i'ri*». 
University of Mississippi; univ.; state; co- 
men; est. 1864; G. D. Shands, LL. D., 
VAIDEN, Carroll Co., pop. 474. 
Vaiden Institute; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
Hugh B. Rose, Prin. 
VICH8BUR0, Warren Co., pop. 14,834. 
St. Aloysius College; boys* boarding; R. 0.; 

Brother Alphousc. Prin. 
Vicksburg Commercial School; bus. and sten.; 
G. H. Mcl>onald, Pres. 
WALNUT GROVE, Leake Co., pop. 207. 
Mississippi Central Normal School; normal; 
state; co-ed.; John R. Tally, Pres. 
WALTHALL, Webster Co., pop. 170. 
Walthall Normal School; nor.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; est. 1887; E. Morgan Shaw, B. S.. 
WASHINGTON, Adams Co., pop. 240. 
Jefferson Military College; military; non- 
sect.; Joseph S. Raymond, Prin. 
WEST POINT, Clay Co., pop. 8.193. 
Macon and Andrews's College; bus' and sten.; 
G. A. Macon and A. A. Andrews, Props. 
Mary Holmes' Seminary (colored); girls' 
boarding; Prosb.; est. 1892; Rev. Austin 
II. Jolly. D. D.. Pres. 
Southern Female College; girl's boarding; 
Gumb. Presb.; Itov. A. N. Bshman, Pr<rs. 
YAZOO CITY, Yazoo Co., pop. 4.944. 
St. Clara's Academy; prep.; co-ed.; R. 0.: 
Sisters of Charity. Prins. 


Population, 3,106,665. School census, 942,821. School age, 6-20. 

Missouri is the fifth state of the Union in point of population, having a total 
of 3,106,665 inhabitants, of whom 2,944,843, or 94.8 per cent, are white. Of this 
number 215,775, or 6.9 per cent, are foreign born. The percentage of illiteracy 
of the entire population is 6.4 per cent, the state ranking twenty-ninth in this 
respect. The educational system of the state is as follows: 


W. T. Carrington, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Jefferson City 


W. T. Carrington, State Superintendent of Public Schools, President , J efitrson City 

John E. Swanger, Secretary of State, Secretary Jefferson City 

Joseph Folk, Governor Jefferson City 

Herbert S. Hadley, Attorney General Jefferson City 


W. T. Carrington, State Superintendent of Public Schools Jefferson City 

W. W. Wilder, State Auditor Jefferson City 

Herbert S. Hadley, Attorney General Jefferson City 

John R. Kirk, President Normal School ^ Kirksville 

Edwin T. Spencer, Teacher St Louis 

Missouri has a state uniformity law. 


C. E. Miller, President St. Joseph 

W. T. Carrington, Secretary Jefferson City 

J. D. Wilson Kirksville 

Miss Hattie D. Sutton Rockport 

John S. Collins Kirkwood 

H. a. Gass, Editor Missouri School Journal, State Manager Jefferson City 


J. M. Greenwood, President Kansas City 

C. A. Phillips, First Vice-President Lexing^ton 

J. N. Tankersley, Secretary DeSoto 

V. E. Holcomb, Treasurer Carrollton 

W. J. Hawkins, R. R. Secretary St. Louis 




Coanty. Members' Names. Address. Conntj. 

Adair W. J. Banning Kirksvllle 21.728 

Andrew John Slade Helena 17,332 

£. E. Huffman Bavannah 

M. D. Thudium Savannah 

Atchison L. R. Thompson Rockport 16,501 

Audrain J. N. Cross Mexico 21,16* 

F. C. Douglass Martinsburg 

J. L». Shobe Liaddonla 

Barry John R. Wallen Cassville 26,532 

Wm. J. Bloomer Cassville 

G. W. Pendergraft cassviUe 

Barton L. E. Brous Lantar 18,258 

Frank Lee LAmar 

Bertram Harry Lamar 

Bates A. L. Ives Butler 80,141 

Benton R. W. Hudson Warsaw 16,666 

S. W. Benz Warsaw 

Miss Lulu Davis Poplar 16,666 

Bollinger W. A. Devault Marble Hill 14,660 

F. J. Hendershot Marble Hill 

W. R. Farrar Scopus 

Boone Geo. T. Porter Harrisburg 28,642 

Kelly Wright Columbia 

M. Carter Columbia 

Buchanan I. V. Riley De Kalb 121,882 

Robt. V. Reece St. Joseph, R.F.D.No. 4 

Louis Boyer Saxton 

Butler W. N. Pace Poplar Bluff 16,769 

Caldwell John H. Eckelberry Braymer 16,666 

T. O. Davis Cowgill 

Geo. W. Reaves Hamilton 

Callaway T. A. Cragbead Fulton 26,984 

R. G. Hale Fulton 

J C. Humphrey Fulton 

Camden Geo. W. Osborn Mack's Creek 13,113 

W. W. Stuckey Linn Creek 

Cape Girardeau J. A. Mooney Hahatonka 24,316 

C. A. Macom Jackson 

CibrroU James J. EJarp Carrollton 26.466 

John F. Kern Carrollton. R-F.D.No 1 

T. V. Richison Carrollton 

Carter E. C. Abrams Peggy 6.706 

H. G. Builteman Grandin 

J. W. Arthur Van Buren 

Cass Miss Mary J. White Harrisonvllle 23.636 

Cedar J. S. Hayden El Dorado Springs 16.928 

J. W. Hays Bear Creek 

A. C. Farley El Dorado Springs 

Charlton W. S. Drace Brunswick 26.826 

Jno. B. Carter Keytesville 

J. W. Taylor Keytesville 

Chrtstlan J. M. Cobb Clever 16.989 

F. W. Barrett Billings 

D. L. Halle Ozark 

Clark Miss Maggie M. Lynn Kahoka 15.384 

E. M Dorsey Kahoka 

Miss Mildred M. Evan? ....Granger 

nay E. J. Scott Liberty 

C. S. Storms Liberty 18.908 

Clinton E. C. James Trimble 17.363 

P. H. Crafton Plattsburg 

J. D. Marr Plattsburg 

Cole L. L. Sulllns Russellvllle 20.B78 

. H. Jones Hickory Hill 

Miss Ada C. Oldham Jefferson City 

Cooper H. R. Schubert Speed 22.533 

W. W. Glllum Ottervllle 

H. L. Stltes Pilot Grove 



Pop. of 

CJounty. Members' Names. Address. Oovaxtj, 
Crawford W. M. Chapman Bourbon 12,9» 

0. J. Stewart Jako PraIHe 

L. O. Renfro ...Culja 

Dade Geo. Melcher Greenfield 18,126 

Chas. T. Bell Evcrton 

Aniiiu^- Jiihnson IjOcHwoud 

Dallaa .X. li, l iLiiiklirt Buffalo , 18.903 

1. W. Wingro Buffalo 

C. C. Hamilton Buffalo 

Daviess J. Park Neal Jameson 21325 

C. C. Boner Pattonsburgr 

F. W. Williams Gallatin 

DeKalb C. W. Fore Btewartsville 14.418 

Geo. McCooi Fairport 

Vernon Rumsey * : Maysville 

Dent John B. Needham Salem 12.886 

S. A. Mondy Salem 

Guy II. Capps Salem 

Douarlas Mrs. Laura Judd Wilson — .Ava 16,802 

H. S. Wilson Ava 

J. A. Hylton Ava 

Dunklin W. P. Chatham Cardwell 21.706 

W. H. Petty Kennett 

J. A. Bradley Senath 

Franklin J. R. Moore Labaddie 30,58) 

Elasco Green QrubvUle 

9. V. CTieaiham Moselle 

Gasconade Frank O. Spohrer Hermann 12,28S 

Robtrt J. Boyrl Owensville 

F^. A. BrQur. .,..* Hermann 

Gentry S. A. D. Cullwrtson Albany 20,564 

Geo. L. Gray Stanberry 

Miss Irene Sunks.. Albany 

Greene J. it. RoVii-rt« Springfield 52.713 

Grundy R. C Norton Trenton 17.832 

Miss Ll£zte Brain^rd Trenton 

J. H. Warren Gault 

Harrison *MJss LllUan Neville Bethany 24.398 

Henry ..Uct W T^rrkln Clinton 28,064 

Ntite McCu chan Windsor 

Arthur Lee Clinton 

Hickory L. H. Morton Hermitage 9.966 

R. H. Jenkins CroKs Timber 

A. R. Coburn ^rp^-nn 17.083 

Holt .Ml. A. c. Grotne f - i* 

W. W Gallaher Mound City 

R. H Jones Fayette 18J37 

Howard J. P. Coleman Jptiviu^' 

Levi Markland .New Franklin 

Mrs. Carrie Phelps West Plain? 21.834 

Howell E. M. i,t:n«KX :NT i-* in View 

Mrs. Marv Wii nigham West Plains 

O, J Btjford Tronton 8,716 

Iron .M, W DAUKhertv Ironton 

Miss Lelti O'Neal Des Arc 

Jackson 'W. H Johnson Independence 195.193 

Jasper •Lut: n Hardaway i^^arthage 84.018 

Jefferson Clyde Harbinson Hillsboro 26.712 

Johnson W. L. Shipn Warrensburg 27.843 

Knox T. L. I^wls Ilurdland 13.479 

W. E. St. John Colony 

Miss Lizzie E. Moran Edina 

Laclede Thomas C. Cochran Conwav 16.523 

T ottie Stebbins Lebanon 

O. B. Davis Conwav 

Lafayette C. A. Phillips Lexington SL679 

John W. Tompkins Page Cltv 

Addio McDaniel Hlgglnsville 

Lawrence R. J. Turrentlne Mt. Vernon 31.662 

. F. li. Appleby Aurora 

A. L. Reich Marionville 


MiaSOURL I M 18800 Bi. 

Pop. •£ 
Coontj. Members* Names. Address. County. 

Lewis A. O. Moore Canton 16,724 

W. B. Anderson LaBelle ^« 

Lincoln W. L Woodson Troy 18.362 

W. Salem Brown Troy 

J. O. Carson Troy ^ ^^ 

Linn I-. E. Ryals Browning 25,508 

W. B. Evans MeadviUe 

J. H. Andrews JJnneus 

Uvingston J. W. McOormick Chlllicothe 22,802 

J. J. Jordon Chillicothe 

Mrs. Belle Reed Chlllicothe 

McDonald F. £3. Zumbrunen Anderson 13,674 

J. l*urner Homer Rocky Cbmiort 

Miss Grace Foley Pineville 

Macon *F. L. Thompson Macon 88.018 

Madison Thomas Bennick IfTedericktown 9,975 

T. B. Joyce Fredericktown 

Maries R. L. Holmes Vienna 9,«16 

C. T. Underwood Belle 

P. F. Letterman .VIchy 

Marion A. H. Foreman Hannibal 26,831 

T. V. Bashore Palmyra 

Roy Glasgow Hannibal 

Mercer Geo. R, Johnson Columbia 14,706 

Walter D. Branam Princeton 

H. H. Thurston Princeton 

MiUer John F. Johnston Tuscumbia 15,187 

Geo. T. Bear Iberia 

S R. Hoover Olean 

Mississippi J. J. Roone Kast Prairie 11,887 

Mrs. Clara Graham Charleston 

Henry Johnson Wyatt 

Moniteau B. S. Couch Tipton 16,981 

J. W. Major California 

Monroe J. B. Rogers Madison 19,716 

W. D. Christian Paris 

C. B. Hugley Monroe City 

Montgomery J. W. Davis Mlddletown 16,571 

W. D. Hupe Montgomery City 

Miss Dora liams Montgomery City 

Morgan J. F. Johnson Akinsville 12,176 

Wray Witten Versailles 

S. J. Holloway Akinsville 

New Madrid J. P. Salyer Parma 11,280 

Dr. J. S. Daltnn New Madrid 

W. L. Barnard New Madrid 

Newton Miss Louise Hendrex Neosho 27,001 

Mrs. W. E. McFadden Granby 

A. W. Duff Neosho 

Nodaway E, J. Cook Maryville 32,938 

B. F. Duncan Maryville 

J. P. McDoU Hopkins 

Oregon R. L. Williams Thayer 13,906 

Mrs. Margaret W^ilkerson ..Alton 

T. J. McLain Thayer 

Osage K. H. Bryan Linn 14.096 

D. A. Griffith Byron 

/. W. Fletcher Chamois 

Ozark W. C. Boone Gainesville 12,145 

J. R. Small ....Gainesville 

Thos. H. Morris Wetherlll 

Pemiscot Lee W. Rood Caruthersville 12,115 

A. L. Oliver Caruthersville 

Miss May Bolton Caruthersville 

Perry R. P. Farrar Farrar 15.134 

G. V. Dean Lithium 

P. B. Hood Perryvllle 

Pettis 'G. L. Coleman Sedalla 82,438 

Phelps H. W. Wood St. James 14,194 

W. S. Cooper Rolla 




Pop. of 

County. Members* Names. Address. Gountj. 

Mrs. C. D. Jamison Rolla 

Pike Miss Willa N. Mitchell Ashburn 25.744 

Walter P. Moore Bowling Oreen 

Miss Lulu Collins Liouislana 

Platte J. R. Owsley Dearborn 16,198 

W. A. Banister Dearborn 

J. F. Sexton Platte City 

Polk F. L. Stuffleban Humansvllle 23,255 

B. R. Graham Bolivar 

C. J. Wilkins Morrisville 

Pulaski Miss Dora Miller Dixon 10,894 

Robert O. Green Bwedeborg 

0. H. Boehm Richland 

Putnam .A. B. Pratt Unionville 16,688 

Jno. T. Collins lx>wsround 

Roy E. Beit* Unionville 

Ralls R E. Downing New London 12,287 

Jesse E. Inlow .Madisonville 

Arlle Lake New London 

Randolph C. G. Williams Moberly 24,442 

Claud Marshall Moberly 

J. A. Whiteford .Moberly 

Ray O. L. Kincald Bonne Terre 24,806 

J. L. Coffman XAwson 

M. J. Hale Richmond 

Reynolds Geo. D. Sloan Centreville 8,161 

G. M. Harrison Xesterville 

C. R. Wadlow Ruble 

Ripley Geo. W. O'Neal Doniphan 13,186 

J. F. Fulbriyht Doniphan 

E. T. Foard Doniphan 

St. Charles Louis C. Saegrer St. Charles 24,474 

Miss Annie Bailey St. Charles 

Brice Edwards St. Charles 

St. Clair Henry Stephens Lowry City 17,907 

D. W. Deny Lowry City 

T. M. Johnson Osceola 

St. Francois A. H. Akers Doe Run 10,369 

Paul Piice Flat River 

Miss Llda Swink J)eslogre 

Ste. Genevieve L. W. Morton Cape Girardeau 24,061 

D. F. Garber St. Marys 

Frank Ballard Womack 

St. Louis ♦...♦J. W. Andrae Clayton 50,040 

Saline 'Wllloughby C. Fisher Marshall 33,703 

Schuyler Mrs. Belle Bunch Lancaster 10.840 

P. O. Sansbury Queen City 

J F. Hargis Lancaster 

Scotland Miss Fannie McMunn Memphis 13,282 

J. O. Boyd Memphis 

N. M. Pettlngill Memphis 

Scott N. L. Atwood Morley 13,092 

Miss Eva Arnold Benton 

R. L. Buck Blodgett 

Shannon W. T. Eudy Winona 11.247 

W. N. Deatherage Eminence 

L. S Lovan Birch Tree 

Shelby S. C. Meyers Bhelbyville 16,167 

Miss Esta Hewitt Clarence 

Miss Clara Byrum L.entner 

Stoddard Ross Compton Dexter 24,669 

1. H. Hughes Bloomfleld 

R. P. Montgomery Bloomfleld 

Stone Enoch M. Hays Galena 9,892 

T. F. Revis Marlonville 

M. L. Burris Galena 

Sullivan E. M. V/ilson Milan 20.288 

A. J. Davidson Green City 

J. E. McCutchan Milan 





Taney . . 

Members* Names. 






Webster . . . . 



..Henry R. Aubrey Forsyth 

Albert H. Parrlsh Forsyth 

W. H. Bennett Forsyth 

,.J. A. Woodford Cabool 

Walter Jadwin Houston , 

J. C. Jadwin Houston , 

..W. B. Veerkamp Nevada 

..F. W. Kehr Marthasvllle 

H. VoshoU Warrenton 

Miss Magffle Bryan Wrigrht City 

..wohn W. Houston Irondale 

B. W. Loomls Belgrade 

Burwell Fox Potosi 

..L. M. Wagner Oravelton 

T. M. Orlsham Loundes 

Jas. K. Clubb Greenville 

..W. R. Parten Henderson 

B. S. Miller Marshfleld 

C. H. Simmons Seymour 

..C. J. Wltmer Grant City 

E. M. Henton Denver 

W. C. House Allendale 

..C. A. Stephens Mansfield 

P. L. Conley Hartvllle 

W. T. Dodson Mountain Grove 

Pop. of 



. 9.919 

.' 9.832 


ALBAHT, OMitry Co., pop. 2.026. 
Vorthwest Missouri OoUofo; col.; co-ed.; M. 
B. So.; est. 1892; J. B. Clay, Pres. 
APPLETOV CITT, St. Olair Co., pop. 1.188. 
Applston City Acad&ny; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; G. A. Thellmann, Prin. 
ABOADZA, Iron Co., pop. 206. 
AreadU OoUoge and VrsoUne Academy; glrU* 
bosrdinjc; R. G.; est. 1877; Mother Borgia. 
O. S. C, Prin. 
ASHLEY, Pike Co., pop. 860. 
Watson Seminary; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
J. H. Craig, Pres. 
BOUYAB, Polk Ck)., pop. 1.869. 
Soathwest Baptist College; col.; co-ed.; 
Bapt.; est. 1878; Rer. B. L. Burks, 
BGONEVILLE, Cooper Co., pop. 4,377. 
Kemper Military Sohool; military; non-sect.; 

T. A. Johnston, Prin. 
Megger Semiibury; girls' boarding; sus- 
BOWUKO OREEH, Pike Co., pop. 1,002. 
Pike College; col.; co-ed.; non-sect.; est. 
1881; Wilbur M. Jones, M. A., Pb. D.. 
BUTLER, Bates Co., pop. 8.168. 

Butler Academy; closed. 
CALEDOVZA, Washington Co., pop. 166. 
Bellevue Collegiate Institute; prep.; co-ed.; 
M. B. So.; H. A. Smith. Prin. 
CAMDEJf POINT, Platte Co., pop. 170. 
Female Orphan School of . the Christian 
Church of Missouri; girls' boarding; 
Christian; B. L. Barbam. Pres. 
Military Institute; mil.; non-sect.; M. F. 
Martin. Prin. 

CAMEROV, Clinton Co., pop. 2.079. 
Missouri Wesleyan College; col. co-ed.; M. 
B.; est. 1887; P. W. Baker. Ph. 1>.. Pros. 
CANTO V, Lewis Co., pop. 2.866. 
Christian TTniTsrsi^; col.; co-od.; Christ.; 
est. 1853; Carl Johann, A. M.. LL. D., 
Elston Correspondenoe School; pen art; est. 
1892; J. A. Elston, PrindpaL 

CAPE OIRARDEATT, Cape CHrardeau Co., pop. 

Cape Girardeau Business College; bus. and 

sten.: est. 1904; George W. Mootbart. 

St. Yinoent's College; men; R. C; J. Layton. 

State Normal School (third district); normal; 

state; co-ed.; Prof. Dearmont. Pres. 

CARTHAGE, Jasper Co., pop. 9.416. 
Carthage Collegiate Institute; prep.; co-ed.; 
Presb.; W. S. Knight, D. D.. Prin. 

CHILLICGTEE, Livingston Co., pop. 6,906. 
Chillioothe Business and Shorthand College; 

bus. and sten.; Allen Moore, Pres. 
Chillioothe Normal School: normal; private; 

co-ed.; Allen Moore. Ph. D., Pres. 
Maupin's Gonuneroial College; bus. and sten.; 

est. 1889; Dolpb Maupin, Prin. 
St. Columbus' School; prep.; co-ed.; R. C. ; 

Rev. Hanorius Buarh, Prin. 
St. Joseph's Academy; girl's boarding; R. C. ; 

est. 1871; Sister Seraphlne. Superior. 
CLARKSBXTRO. Moniteau Co., pop. 609. 
Clarksburg College; col.; co-ed.; Bapt.; est. 

1876: Rev. J. B. Dlllard. A. M.. Pres. 
Hooper Institute; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 

B. B. Carey. Prin. 





CLYDE, N«dftw&y Co*t P^^^- 2&0- 

eit. lIrL32; M(jtln?r M. JoIjUh DIrectireHa, 
OOLl£a£ MOITND, Xhcod Co., pop. 230. 
M«0« HoliQflu 0aU9^«; prep.; coh-ed.; Cbiiir 
flan; Etmer B. Tftrlor^ B. &.» A. B.« 

COLTFMBIA, BooDa Co., pop, O^Mt. 

Ofctriittfta CoUflira; glrJa' boarding ^ CUrtst; 

eitt, 1851; Mrs. W. T. Mooru. ?!■(*■* 
CfllumbUi Hormml Academr; nor.^ co-<?d. t tK^n- 

sect-: est 1S7&: Georec H. BPfliler^ S. B.. 

ColurobU Buiiniila Colitis^; btii. sti<li ■tf'Ti.E 
txi-ed ; Gf?orgp H Itctinli-jr, a. D,. PU. B. 

it«pb«ni FBrni-lfl Collot*; girls* iMwrtllnf: 

BHPt, ; (ft. isrifl; WllllntD n. Ft'ol^r, 

tTfilTftrilty MiliUry Awdemr: mlUt*ry; a<^h* 

•ptt,; John B. Welnb. A. M.. Prln, 
tratMnitj of tbo iUt* Of MUwuii; unlir.; 

cute: rn-Pfl. ; Qst 1840; B. H, J»«^. 

LL. Uk, Pre*. 

JBoboori AncounGflmoDt. — Tfti deport- 

irenU Iflf^ntiHl «t i'tt^limibhi uiid Rollrt; 

College Uiieml Art«; CfuUuute Srbuol; 

Mlfffirmrl MlUtnry flcbool; MInidui-I Tc^urh- 

its' College: Ss'bool nf MpdlrUu; M^ii?<'iirl 

li^xEi^Htdi^nt StAtLoo; AfrrLf'uUiiral CollrgiS 

fjw Dvpai-tmi^Dt: ScliottL qf Eneliit^ui lig(r; 

Slchool of MIti(?iBh 
ITolTflTaiir af tba 8Ute of MiMOnri, Law 

PapArtm«iit: Inir; co-ed. i eit, 1S72; Alet' 

ADder Martin. IX- D,, 0pbo, 
irBi7«Tiitr of tha SUto of MliKuxi, Vftdittl 

Pepartmant; niPil,; rt*if. j co-pd,; r*t, 

1873; Andrew W, WcAloften LL, D.. 

U. D., DeRD. 
COHCEPTIOKh Kodawaj Co., pop. icXI. 

Ganaeptlon CoUvko; boyn" l^iiirdlnjj; R. C. ; 

Rpv. rrriwln Conrnd. O. S. B.. Prln. 
COKCOHUIA, L* Fftrette Co.. pop. 8S9. 

St. Paul' ft Collar a; ttoju' haaritlagt Br t.utb ;i 

eat. 1^3' Uev, J. H. C, Kieppel. Di- 
JDADE^nXE, DiLda Co., pop. 4m^ 
DmdaTlllB AoadamT'; prep.; co-ed.; Don-afl^^t.; 

eat, ]S»1: E. O. to we. Prlnripil. 
|>£ SOTO, Jeffarton Co., pop. Q3U, 

^ Soto BaBlnRp.i Gollafa; bui. and atea.; «>t 

IBftft; Geo. W, Mootburt. M. C. S.. Prlu- 

St. Clamant'* Oollaf«i tbeol; izipd; B, C: 

PHt. iftOO; Verr R". jrtiiepb A. Beih 

EpDirA, Kfiax Co., pap. l.flOff. 
St. jMapli'ft Seliool; prep ; i?0Mtd,; H^ C-; ««t 
ISflT: Rer. C. E. Bjroc* P* B.. Pff^, 
IXCELBIOB fiPEIHG8> Olar Co,, p€p. 1.8SK 
Haynei Aoademy; prep.; (M>ed.; ftti^D*iect. ; 

ADthony Hiivnea. Prln. 
FAIEDEALIiro, Etplar Co,, pop. 44S. 
Fftii-daaLiDf High Bob»h prep.; co-ed.; non 

Bert.; M. B, Foftter. Prln. 
FABHIN&TOK, 8t. FnncoLft Co,, pop. 1,778. 
CarlBton CoUaffa; col.; o>ed.; M. H.: e»l 
IS54; Heury U Sthtr. Pb. B.. P. P. 

Elmwood SamlDary; glrla" boardlof; Pre«b.; 
eat. 1^%; J, Et, CaHsldij', I'res. 
rAYETTl. Howard Co., pop.. 2,717. 
CoDtral Collofa; col, ^ co-ed,; M. B. So,; e«t. 
1S57; Re?-. JaBH?B C, Morris, D. D,. Pre*. 
Howvd'FaTM CoUaja; irlrla' boardLtie; M. B. 
Sa.; eat. 1B4-I ; R<*t. Ulram O. GmTea. 
JBEDEBICZTOWK^ KHdiaOd C«*, pop. 1.577- 
Karrin CollAffi^to Inttltuta; prep.; eo-ed, ; 
M. E. ^,; (Ht. 1K05; Rev, Q. M, Cjrftjr, 
FULTON, CaUfiway Co., pop, 4,888. 
■jncutdical FamaLa CoUefa; girls' board Lncl 
Preeb,; e«T, 1871 Ri>v, J. M. Spencer, 
D, D., Presldi'iil, 
Waitmliut«T CflUaga; rnL; meii; Fr*Bb.; t«t, 
JSCV:!; Kev, DftTid H. Keft. Pb. D.. Prea- 
William Wooda GoUaf9; elrla* boardlnr; 
Cbrlstlai]; J, H. Jc»neB. Prln. 
GLASGOW. Howard Co.. pop, 1.C72. 
Fritobett Collaga^ coL; oo-cd.; non^aeet.; Ml. 
1H08; C, S. HiiU, Prcii, 
OLBHC01E. St, L»ula Ca., pon, 7fi. 

La SaUa Initituto; novltlati^; men; R. C; 
Broth fr Piiiil. Prln. 
&RAVXLTOK, W*Tno Co., pop. 75. 
CoQOordia CoUaga; pn^p.; co-im!^; non-iect^; 
L, M. Wagner. Prln. 
HAlOrtBAL, Kmrion Co.. pop. 12.780, 

Hai3hi%aL Commeroial Collata; bua. and alen.^ 

r, L. Kellj. Prea. 
St, Joaopb'i Aoadamy; prep; co-^A,; B, d 
Alotlic^r Colutiiba, Prln, 
HEJmEESON, Wflbater Co., pop, 145. 
Handarion Acadomy; prep.; co-ed.; non-»e<:t-. 
c^Bt. 1S80; W a. Parten. Prln, 
HOLBEK, lobruon Co., pop, 2. 120. 
St. OaotUa SBmlna.ry; prep,; co-ed,; E. C; 
BUter M, PyrlftcatJon. 
HOWELL, St. Cbarla* C#m pop. &3. 
Howall Inatituto; prep.; coed.: nofi*aect.; 
Qaorge 15. Miner. Prln, 
IBEEIA, Millar Co., pop. 264. 
Iberia Academy; prep.; eo-ed,; Cong,; O. 
BjTOTj Smithy Prln, 
nnJEPEJTDENCE, Jackvon Co,, pop, C,S74. 
Woodland Calleffo: pr^^n. S eo-ed,; Chrlatlao; 
Ginn «S. Hrjniit^ Prln. 
JACHBDir, Cape Glnrdaan Cn., ^p. t,058, 
Jackson Jtilltary A^adamy; mlUtftry', HOC' 
sect.; Col. T. W. BlrmlnRhani. Pre*. 
lEFFXESOir CITY, Cola Co., pop. 0.664. 
LlBooln Inatitnta f colored); prep,; »^-ad.: 
fttaCe; e«L lSe9; B, F, Allen. M. A., Pb. 
D. , Prea. 
Bt. Fat«r*i Sekocil; pr^p-; ctt-cd, ; B. C.j R«T. 
JoM-pti Selmger, Prln. 
XOFLtir, latpar Co,, pop. 2a>02S, 
Aftadamy of Our Lady of Marey; t\tW board* 

tng; R. U.; Motbi?r M. Francea. Pfld. 
Japlin Bualuaaa ColIag«; biu. Btid atea.; W. 
B. Joloar, PrPB. 





KABSAB CITY, jKokson Cv., pop, 103.752. 
Aisdttoiimzt JJr^matio Bcbool; dramAtIc urt; 

ctji-pd, : Mies CJt'orpU a. BrcyvOp Direct- 

ffjis, Uth niid HidmoB. 
AoiidAmr of thA Backed B^«fcrt; prep.; ^irta: 

E* C; MoUipr Superior, 2atb tnd Belle- 

Bantow Soiiaol; girY^ bf>airdliiff; non-«ec-t.; 

ULbk Murjr L. C. BorHtow, Frlii., Ifi 

Wefitport Air^r, 
Brown' ft BmlMiU CQUo^e; bus. and «r>n.: 

Pierre 8, Brown. Prla.; IIH Grand Av*. 
Bi£«l(rir'ft SoliDtil, Miitr glrj'a boArdlnE; non^ 

Beet; U1h« Lucr Stowe Bl^clour, rrln,, 

^So Troost Ave, 
C&thsdrft] Comaiftrolkl ScihoftU bni. and aten - 

B, C; Chrlatlan Brotbrra, 414 W. t:'tTi 


Costnl Collfiffi of Buflineu a&d Staoriha.nd; 
bus. and attMi.: Wtllard Morrla, MrMv 
ii^dPj B«»toti Bldg,^ corner Slh and Wjnn- 

CaittnJ^ Caliege of Oateopatlir: ostcwpn: ro< 

pd.; eat, 1003^ Dr, A. U McKeniJe. Prus.. 

720 Tlirooat Are. 
Gluiatla]) Brotlifiim College; prep,* men.; K 

C." Brnther Ch]iFle«, Direc^of. 414 W. 

]2th St 
CiTit fUsrvio« Tnltiiiiff Behool ; rUll aprrlrr: 

ro^cwj. : pat lt>f>i; flenry Coon, Prln^ Z^- 

Owf^n Bl^ir, 
Btllanbflok School of OraloTr^ elo, mnd «r, : 

cu-r^d,^ Presloti K, Dllli^bbeik. Dlrertnr. 

1012 Walnut St 
DrmoffliOEi'i Fracticml Bualnaat GoUtrB^ Ihip 

and atrn.: J. F. Draughon, Fres., SLh 

and Wj'andrttti?. 
EoUotiff HediCAl UniTurtltjr ; med.; teler.: m^ 
fA.: ^flt ma*!; Iir. C. Pulmer. M. D,. 

l»rf^fl . 1 irHl (3 rand At(>, 
Halui9[na.nD Mvdlcal CoMaffi}, X&Q«Lt €Sty 

UniTBraitr ; mrd.; bonje^op.; eo-e^.f f^f. 

imn: Fmnk EUlfftt, M. 0., Dean, l't2<) 

E. lOth St 
Kanima €itj BualneAs GoUvro; bna. and atrn.; 

«t. ISflO; O. T. Smith. Prln,, lOtU iiin! 

Walnnt Sti. 
KanaKi, City CollflrBi ot FbarmAQiri pibar; f^n 

ed.j put. 1885; J. M. Lbve, Prea.. 7H 

Wjjinilntte St* 
Kaiuai CitT D«nl*l Collar^; dpnt^; men; (^«t. 

1^1; rtifirh* rbnnnlnf Allpn. D. T. R., 

Secy , , fiU?* Wn sU 1 n fftnn, 
KatLtaa Git; H^dloal CoUfltro; tned.: tee. I 

mon; fat ^neS: U. M. Sehnuflfler. M. D.. 

Sec.. 302 D^^ordorfT Rlcljf. 
Smbftaa City Harolosrical Sohooli watrhinalc 

Inj?; ropd. ; eat IMH: Arthur i:. Plttlu 

gor. Prop.. m2 E. 12tb St. 
^aaiai Citj Mualcal CoUcffl; mua.; rn-fA - 

Alman Barrett, M|rr., 15th and Trnry 
Eftnua City School of Fins Arta; art: rn - r^l. i 

E. A. Huppert Dlrect^ir, Baynrd Fldjr. 
Sa^iiaaa Citr School of Lui;iiaf»t Iai>i? - 

co-«?d,; ^dninitd Pl^ Vemle, PfIh., New 

RIdffe BMg. 

KaniMi City iuho^i of Lmw; \nw: nlglut; eo- 
fd.; eat I80r>; Woi. P. Borland. DeaHn 
22a New Bldg« BIdf, 

Kanaaa Gitr Toteruurjr GoUafA^ ret.x meD; 

PBt. IJ^lJi; R, i:. Moure. Dean, 1:130 E. 

15 th St, 
I^oretto Aoftdemjr: prep.; B. C. : Staler Sn^ 

ptrlor, 30tb & W- Prcupect FL 

ModicM'CbLTurrtoal Collars ; ma^.; reg.^ men; 

est. 18^; Oeorge 0. Gomn, If. D.. D^dD, 

024-Olg Independcncfl At*. 
ir&lional Biu.LDH»a GoUoKO* bua, nutl sten.; 

eat. ISS5; Ucnrr CooD. Frea., Owvn Bid p. 
FowaU'a iborthuid SohooU atea. ; co-ed.; 

J. a Powell, Prin.. 423 New Bldga 

Proaao Frapantorj Sobool; boj'a prrp,; «at. 

llHXi; Jsaiea P. Bl^hardaon. A. B,. Heiid 

Miiftter, 3018 Wjandotte St. 
Boa^rritt Blhlo and Tntnliig Schools tbeoL; co- 
ed.; Maria L. G\bmn, Frln.. Qarrla and 

As ken- Are. 
St. Tar«am'a Aoadftmr: slfU* boarding; E. C.| 

Sleti-r Rnae Vlncpnt, Prln. 
8ohultz« Collogv of Kumlo; nor.; aiiia. ; H. M. 

8cbnllic, nirector. tJnlTeralty BidR. 
Sp«ldUif'i Conunoroia-I GolIagA; Dus. and 

Bton.; Jnme^s F, Spauldlnff^ Pre*,, 814- 

aifl'SlS DoluwAre. 
¥niTiiT«lty Hadioal 0i>11«k«; med.; reg.: mpn: 

Pit. ISSl; Samuel 0. Jamea, Dean. Oil- 

013 E. lOth St. 
rniveriity Voterinarr GoUag«; Tet.; mpai 

O, W. Werner. Prea,, IKS B. lath St. 
Woatam Dant&t Collega; dent.; co-ed.; eat, 

1800; Drury J, MtMlUen, D, D. S,» 

Denti. nth and Locuat BU. 
Waatem VAterlmrir Collaf?e; ret,; men.; aat. 

IHOT; JunliiB n. Wattles. M. D. V. S,. 

Pre*.. 1121 Holine» m. 
Woman' a Madloal Oollega; nijed.; r«f,; 

vrameit; cut. 1S&^; Nannie P. L«wla, A. 

M.. M. D., Dean. 017 Foreit St. 
KISnEE. C*Mwall Oo.« pop. 357. 
Kiddftr tnatituta; prep,; co-ed.; Gong.; Georg* 

W, Shww, prfn. 
EIBK&TILXE, Adair CQp, pop. 5.96^. 
American School of OatoopatJiT' ! oitoop,; eo-edn 
itato Norcnftl Sdiool (Fint Dlatrtct); dot- 

Ejfll; Btate; eo-<H].: Jabii R. Kirk, Pre*. 
Kir1u?ille BuAineaa GoLlote: hua. iind at&n.; 

eat. lUOftT A. It. Burko, Principal. 
EIRKWOOD. St. Louia Co., %mp. 2,t2tt. 
Xirkwood Itilitur^ Aoadomj; mllltarr; non- 

aeet: Bdwnrd A, Hnlght. PHn. 
LA G^EAtrC^Fp Lewla Co., pop, 1.S07. 
La Orange Coltega; eot; cord.; Bapt.; eat. 

18&S; J<?Fe T, Mulr. LL, D.* Frea. 
LAMAB, Barton Go,, pop. 2J^T, 
Lamar GoUege; prpp. ; ro-fd.; nmi-aect.; 

Josi'Pli MoTloD WcaTer, A. B,. Ped. B.^ 

A. M.. Pre^a. 
LEXINGTON, La Fayatto Ca,* pop. 4.190. 

Lttxlngton Collego for Women; f^irV* bfurd- 

iiig: Biipt.; ^^at. ISAS: Edwnfd W. White. 
A. M,. Preaideat. 
Cantnl Feraala GoUagAj ghrla' boarding j M. 





E. So.; est. 1868; Rev. Alfred Frankliii 
Smith. A. B.. Pre«. 

Wmtworth Military Academy; millUry; non- 
sect.: est. ISSii; Col. Sanford Sellera. M. 
A.. Supt. 
LZBERTT. Clay Co., pop. 2.407. 
Liberty Ladies' College; girls* boarding; non- 
sect.; est. 1880; C. II. WllUsms. Pre*. 
William Jewell College; col.; men; Bapt.; 
est. IMS; ReT. J. P. Greene. D. D., 
LL. D.. Pres. 
MACON. Maoon Co.. pop. 4.068. 
Blees Military Academy; military; non-sect.; 
est. 1889; Col. F. W. Blees. Supt. 
MARBLE HILL, Bollinger Co., pop. 285. 
Will Mayfleld CoUege; col.; co-ed.; Bapt.; | 

F. J. Bendersbot, Pres. 
MA&IOWILLE, Lawrence Co.. pop.. 1.280. 

MarionTille Collegiate Institute; prep.; co 
ed.; M. E.; L. G. Reser. Pres. 

MARSH ATX, Saline Co., pop. 5»0S6. 

Misao-ori Valley College; ctil.: •^t>-«'d.: Cumb. I 

Pr^sb.: est. ISM); Rev. W. U. Black. D. i 

D.. Pres. i 

St. Zavier's Academy; prep.: co-ed.; R. C; i 

Sister Loretto. Prtn. ■ 

MARTYILLE, Hodaway Co., pop. 4.577. 

Maryrille Business Institute: bus. nud steu.; j 
est. 19.«3: Fred.rl. k Beuttner. Ph. B.. 
Prlii'lpel. ! 

Maryrille Seminary: prep.: co-ed.; M. E.; J. 
e.-t. lS«Rf: Rev. rh.irl<»» F. Enyart. -V. M.. 

MEXICO, Audrain Co., pop. 5.099. 
Hardin College; girls' rKiarding; Bapt.; est. 

1873; Jobn W. Million. A. M.. Pres 
Missouri Military Academy: mil.: nnn-iieot. : 

Wm. I». Fanvlll*-. Prln. 

MILL SPROrO, Wayne Co.. pop. 110. 
Hale's i/oUege: norioal; prlrate; co-ed.; W. 
H Hale Pres 
MOBERLT. Randolph Co., pop. 8.012. 
St. Mary's Academy: girls* boarding; A. C. ; 
Sister M Agneta. Prin. 
MOUHDVILLE, Yemen Co., pop. 287. 
Cooper CoUege: prep.; co-cd.: non-sect.; C. 
H. Mlit-s. I'rln. 
VEYAOA, Vernon Co., pop. 7.461. 

Cottey College for Toung Ladies; girls' 
boarding; M. E. So.; est. 1884; Mrs. V. 
A. C. Stockord. Pres. 
Nevada Business College; bii<«. and ston.: W. 

'■J.T. lvri7: F:- iik Bvr-ii •'•r—rce. Prvs. 
KeTSda Seminary : (•l<'>!>i-<]. 
ODESSA. La Fayef.i Co.: i- p. 1.445. ' 

Odessa College; •!.: i ••-('<!.; n<>ii-s<'ct. : est. ■ 
l>»^r;; L. n. ■.•!.::j::::. .V. .M . Pr.-*. | 

O'FALLOX. St. Ch.-rles Co.. p r. 4.-0. 

Woodlawn Fern-"! Ir-Bt:f_te: i:\vV ^;r: 
■ •--■■r.: ■ l««r,i:: A!.\ S. r:ixt»i,. 

I'ri:..!;-.:. ; 

OTTERVILLE. C-per Co.. pop. 3S1. 

Otterrille CoI> ■ ; pr.-j.. : t-.— -d.; non-seot. : 
f^T. i*i*»0: V w. «;ini!Tn. I'.. L.. Pr.'s. 
PALMYRA. Marie- Co., j.-.p. -^.r.-JS. 

Centenary Ac: cmy; pr*-p; ro-ed. : M. E. So. 

James A. Lanlus. Prln. 
PARKVILLE, PUtte Co., pop. Ml, 
Park College; coL; co-ed.; Prwb.; mL IBTS; 
LoweU M. McAfee, A. M ~ 

PIEBMOVT, Wayne Co., pop. 858. 

Hale's Normal School; nor.; co-ed.; est. 1880; 
W. H. Hale. A. M.. PrealdeDt. 
PILOT OROVE, Cooper Oo.. pop. 681. 

Pilot OroTo Academy; prop.; eo-«d.; non- 
sect.; est. 1878; C. L. Bnckmastar. Prln. 
PLATTE dTT, Platte Co., pop. 744. 

Oaylord Institute; girl's boorilac: non fcl. 
est. 1857; Mrs. T. W. Park. President. 
PLATTSBURO, Clinton Co.. pop. 1.8T8. 

Plattslnirg College; prep.; co-ed.: Ger. Bapt. 
S. Z. Sharp. A. M.. Prln. 
POPLAR BLUFF. Butler Co., pop. 4.881. 

Poplar Bluff Business College; bus. and sten. 
tvst. 10<>4: Geo. W. Moothsrt. M. C. 8.. 
PORTLAND, Calloway Co., pop. 146. 

St. Mark's School; closed. 
RENSSELAER. Ralls Co., pop. 61. 

Yaa Ren sse l aer Aoadewy; prep.; co-ed.; 
Presby.; Wm. R. Andenon. Prln. 
RICHMOND. RAT Co.. pop. 8.4T8. 

Woodson {nstitnte; prep.: co-ed.; M. ■. 8o.; 
Grant B. G nimbi ne. Prln. 
ST. CHARLES, St. Charlos Co.. pop. T.88S. 

Academy of the Sacred Heart; glrla* board- 
ing: R. C: A. KaTsnagta. Prln. 

Lindenwood College for Woaun; glrla' board- 
ing: Prnsb. : est. 1890; Rev. Ovorgo F. 
Ayers. Ph. D.. President. 

St. Charles' MiUtary Oollogo; BiUUry; boja; 
non-sect.: Uot. Geo. W. Brace, A. M.. 
ST. JOSEPH, Buchanan Co., pup. lo8.8Ti. 

Academy of the Sacred Heart; glrla* board- 
ing: R. C; .Mothi>r M. McNeuamy, Prln. 

Christian Brothers College; prep.; boja; B. 
C: Rev. Brother Llg«mrt. President. 

Ensworth Central Medical OoUofe; med.; rvg.- 
in.ii: i-st. 1872: J. W. Reddens. Prea. 

Gaynor Studios, luiis. and dramatic art; est. 
V***0; Mnt. Jessie L. Gaynor. Director. 

Plan's Commercial College; boa. and atsn.: 
E. M. Phitt. Pn's. 

St. Joseph Business TTnivenlty; bos. and 
sten.: E. E. Card. Prea. 

St. Joseph Commercial CoUeffo; boa. and 
sten.: Brother Ugnorl, Prea. 
ST. LOUIS, ^^>p. r»Tr».238. 

Academy of Architecture and Xndnalrial Sel- 
ence: to. h : ost. iSSTi: i.*o-ed.: Henry C. F. 
M:i:j. k. i'rln.. 1T42 ChoutesD A?e. 

Academy of the YisiUtion; girls* boarding; 
i: (.; ,^i. is::;:; sist.-r Margaret Maty 
Atwj.i.r. i'rln.. ,.^rni'r t\ibanne end Belt 

American Medical College; med.: eclec; 

<>st. IST.i: E. Younlcln. M. D.. Dean. 407 

S. JeflTt rsou .\%e. 
Barnes Business College; boa. aad atan. 

J. R. Andorson. Pros.. Board oi ~ 

tl.-n Rldg. 
Barnes' Medical College: mod.; reg.: 

est. isi*2: C. H. Hnghea. Dean, 





Barrlflon and Lawton Ave. 

BeaomoBt Madioal Coll6ff«; conaolidated wltb 
Marion-Slma Medical College, 1901. 

Beethoven Conaerratory of Moaic; mus.; co- 
ed.; The Brothers Epstein, Directors, 23()1 
Locust St. 

Benton Ctollece of Zaw; law; co-ed.; est. 
1896; George L. Ckwlis. Dean, Ck>r. Frank- 
lin and Grand. 

Berlits Bohool of Languages; languages; co- 
ed.; est. 1891; A. Hollwltz, Director, Cen- 
tury Bldg. 

Bishop Robertson Hall; girls* boarding; P. B. 
Sister Catherine. Prin.. 1617 S. Oompton 

Boeddeoker's Conservatory of Mosio; mus.; 
co-ed.; Mrs. Emily Boeddecker, Prin.. 2611 
Park Are. 

Bryant and Stratton Business College; bus. 
and sten.; W. M. Carpenter, Pres., Cen- 
tury Bldg. 

Christian Brothers College; col.; men; R. 
C; est. 1861; Rer. Brother Justin, LL. 
D., F. S. C, Pres., Eastern Are. and 
King's Highway. 

Colombia Commeroial College; bus. and sten.; 
0tt 1908; 0. 0. Chrlsman and H. D. 
Goshert, Prlns., Cor. 9th & Locust. 

Compton's Bohool for Children, Miss.; non- 
sect.; co-ed.; est. 1901; Miss Fanny A. 
Compton, Prin. 

Dranghon's Praotioal Business College; bus. 
and sten.; D. L. Lacy, A. B., Manager, 
comer Olive and 10th Sts. 

Forest Park University; girls' boarding; non- 
sect.; est. 1861; Bfrs. Anna Sneed Cairns, 

Oallandet Bohool; school for deaf; prep.; 
non-sect.; co-ed.; est. 1879; James H. 
Cloud, M. A.. Prin. 

Carman Evangelloal lOssouri College; theol.; 
men; est. 1850; WUliam Becker, Presi- 

Bayward's Business College; bus. and sten.; 
L. F. Hay ward, Pres., Odd Fellows* Bldg. 

Homeopathio Madioal College of Missouri; 
med.: homeop.; men; est. 1857; W. B. 
Morgan, A. M., M. D., Dean, 2540 How- 

Hosmer Hall, girls' boarding; non-sect.; Miss 
Martha H. Mathews, Prin., 4296 Wash- 
ington Blvd. 

Hnghey's Bohool of Musio Culture; mus.; 
Mrs. Fannie B. Hughey. Prin., 4003 W. 
Pine Blvd. 

Jones Commeroial College; bus. and sten.; 
J. G. Bobmer, Pres.. 307 N. Broadway. 

Loretto Aoademy; girls' boarding; R. C; Sis- 
ter M. ReparaU. Prin., 2345 Pine St. 

Manual Training Bohool; boys' prep.; non- 
sect.; C. M. Woodward. Prin. 

Marion-Sims-Beaumont Medical College; med.; 
reg.; men; H. W. Loeb, M. D., Sec, Cor. 
Grand and Caroline. 

Mary Institute, The; girls* day; non-sect.; 
Edmund H. Sears. Prin., Cor. Lake Ave. 
and McPherson. 

Metropolitan College of Law; law; co-ed.: 
est. 1894; William H. Peabody. LL. B.. 
Pres., Waahington Bank Bldg. 

Missouri Collsc* of Law; conwUdated with 

Metropolitan College of Law. 

Missouri Medioal College; see Waahington 
University, Medical Department. 

Missouri Shorthand College; sten.; John H. 
Schofleld, Pres., 912 W. Garrison Ave. 

Moler Barber College; barber; co-ed.; C. L^ 
Aldrlch, Mgr.. 1110 Pine St. 

Mound City Business College; bus. and sten.; 
est. 1900; George A. Hanks, Pres., 1401 
Washington Ave. 

Perkins and Herpel Meroantile College; bus. 
and sten.; H. C. Perkins. Pres., Lincoln 
Trust Bldg. 

Ferry School of Oratory; or. and dramatic 
art; co-ed.; est. 1897; Edward P. Perry, 
Prin., Grand and Franklin. 

Phillips School; prep.; day; co-ed.; est. 1899; 
Helen Moore Phillips, Principal, 8643 
Washington Blvd. 

Prinoipia Bohool; prep.; day; co-ed.; Mary 
K. Morgan. Prin., 5539 Page Blvd. 

Railroad Telegraph School; tel.; co-ed.; W. A. 
Lamburth. Pres.. 1218 Pine St. 
Bohool' s announcement. — l%e largest 
and finest equipped Telegraph School In 
America. Established 1897. All gradu- 
ates are sent out in good paying positions 
as soon as they are competent. Regular 
trains run though the school, and the 
block system is in operation day and 
night the same as on all railroads. Cata- 
logue free. 

Rubioam's Shorthand College; sten.; co-ed.; 
Miss Rublcam, Prin., 3908 Olive St. 

Bt. de Chautal Aoademy of the Yisitation; 
girl's boarding; R. C; Sister Superior. 
4012 Washington Blvd. 

Bt. Louis College of Pharmaoy; phar.; co-ed.; 
Henry M. Whelpley. Ph. G., M. D., Dean, 
2108 Locust St. 

Bt. Louis College of Physioians and Burgeons; 
med.; reg.; men; Waldo Briggs, M. D.. 
Dean, 2600 Gamble St. 

Bt. Louis Commeroial College; bus. and sten.; 
S. L. Olver, Prin., Cor. Franklin and 

St. Louis Dental College, formerly Marion- 
Sims Dental College; dent.; non-sect.; 
oo-ed.; est. 1895; B. M. Hypes, A. M., 
M. D., Pres. 

St. Louis Law Bohool, Waahington Uni- 
versity; law; co-ed.; est. 1867; Wm. S. 
Curtis, Dean. 1417 Locust. 

St. Louis Medical College; see Medical De- 
Dpartment Washington University. 

Bt. Louis Bohool of Fine Arts; art; co-ed.; 
est. 1874; Halsey C. Ives, Director. 19th 
and Locust Sts. 

Bt. Louis University; univ.; men; R. C: est. 
1829; WilUam B. Rogers. S. J., Pres., 
Gand and Pine Sts. 

Bt. Louis Watchmaking School; watchmaking 
and engraving; co-ed.; est. 1886; R. Jae- 
germann, Pres.. 5815 Easton Ave. 
Sohool's announcement. — The St. Louis 
Watchmaking School offers great advant- 
ages to students wishing to learn the 
art of Watch. Clock, Jewelry Repairing. 
Ensravln? and Optics. The greatest rec- 
ommendations are the many thousands 
of flrst-class Watchmakers and Jewelers 





who haTe learoc'd their trade at ttt? iat. 
liciiiiit Wh tub making ScLdtM, of wbtim 
nianjr nre todiiy prDprlutors of large eon- 
cerpft, Vouiig mm and womeQ fthotild take 
adrautnge of this opportunity, and at 
CUM write for a new ratulcgiip of this 
■choot. nbich will be sent frt^ njxm ap- 

Smith Aoftdom^; bora' b^Hraing: noti-aect.; 
CnrnrlcB l\ Card, A. U , Pli. D., Pfln., 
Cof. Wagfalngtoti add liJtb. 

Southwaatdm Buiia«Ka College; bus. and ateo.; 
Edward H. Ffllch. Prfi., 810 OlJye. 

Univerftity iohool for Bora; prvp.'. boya; iiou^ 
eert.: fruukllo K.'Bi]. Head Matter, 86i 
N. Boyle Atp. 

Unuliso Acadflmy and Day SchHli fifU' 
iHiardIng: E. C-; Mottier l^erapblrie. Prlii.. 
iStb St. and Ann Avi*. 

Waltli«r GollAta^ prep^i^ oo-rd.: Lutb,; AaG:uftt 
C. BurffdDtf, Prln.. 1U21 Sciam BUi St. 

Waahin^on TTiilTeriity; tiiilv. ; m^ed : mm- 
iwit. ; Skliikir'r Rnnd, i>ppi>slte LJndrOl 

Efihcora annoanoAm^nt. — ri>r partleuUra 
In regard to the tldderfifjiduttte. l*w, 
Medical, I>L'ntnl ana A 1:1 Drpartmi-rUa^ 
fldflreaa the lipanar 

Wailiiiirton ITniTdraity, Dental Departmant; 
dnit.: tnea: est. ISeS; J. H. KenueFly, 
I>. D* 9., Denn. 2fl41 Lomat, 

WLahlngtoii UaUvftraltr. Law DaparttiiQiiti 
lf)\f; eo-ed. ; Wllllitn! S. CHrtl*, Ih-on, 
[jrep, and bus.: co-ed.; R. C, ; <^8t- 1S8£; 
Oeorge Wright- Prln.. &13 Wiilniit St. 

Waahlngton tTaivaraltTp Kanual Trainlbg 
Bobo4l: boy ft' prep.; non-aeit.; est. IHIU; 
C. M, WotidwnrdH LL. D,. filrf^Ptur. 

WaahiDftt^ XTniToraityp Modloal Departmant; 
Died.; n»g. ; men; eat. 1«4J>; Hubert tnqde- 
king, y. D.. Dean. ISOfl I^ocust. 
Boboara annaunoemant.— A reaolt of tlie 
eomblnatlon of tbe Bt. Lonla Modlcul 
ColUgtt. efitabllabed 1M2» and Hleonurl 
Medleal College, foimdpd Jn 3840. The 
two oldeac isiedlfal collpgoa In the West. 
Currleulum extends n?Fr a period of 4 
yf^ars. 8 montba oacb. Owns two lur^e 
bulldlDga^ with two larjEo arpartite dlu- 
pc'iiiarlea and boapttat wltb bc^a. Mua 
absolute prlrlUifi^s for bedald<! tnatrui;- 
tloii In two largi? bospltala^ Cllutea at 
tbe City Hoapltnl and I nun no Asjlnoi. 
The roqulremonts for adiolaaton are e4iiilY>^ 
alent to a tonr jfar high arhool course 
of tlip tHpat i?rndc>. 

Waat-ltarientluLl laatitute; n-^r. blnd.t ev^-ed. ; 
Mrn. i:. IV Wcat, iMiitlnal. 5n4.'i Ca- 
l'iini>o Avp. 

Sobool' fl annaiuo«Maat i — Weat-M ar 1 1 n this 1 
inatltutf* la iin execlk-iit ^fcliDnl for klii- 
dergarirn i4tinlt<nta wlno di^lre to i-ouihd 
frtit th«"lr rteT^lntpniPnt tii ^prt'lal branehoH, 
f«r otJLHtrtitnMy to *lo m l« «IT£>rfT;<'d l»y 
aperlftl eLi&»e« In LltMrAtiire. KiigUah, 
CoiH^hx^Uioa. [ti»torr and othi'i' brancbea. 

Women's TimiolBg 8<>hciol^ Induat. and but; 
wf-tneii; eat 13S2; Mrs^ Cliita A. Conte*. 
Supt.. 172Si LfKUttt St. 

Wrlfki'a CffUaga and Fntata MXgh. Solukol: 

eALISDU&Y, Chariton Co., i^ip. 1.S47. 

North Hiaaouri Academy; prep.; eo-ed. ; boii^ 
Boet.; G. C. Brlggs, Prin* 
SEDALIA, Pottia Co., pop. 15.231. 

Central Buaiaeaa Collega; bus, and atea. ; C. 

iM. iHH^. C, W. liubblua, l*r|nc'lpttL 
decree E. Smith College (oolarvd) i <^a).; eo- 
iHl.: M. t:.; Bpt. L L. Lowe. D. D,, Ph. 

Hill's Bualnaaa CoUafs; bua. and steu.; est^ 
itiixi; Jubii kr 11 in. Pres. 
BLDGWICKYILLE, BoUinfftr Co., p&p. 100. 

BedgwiohviUe Academy i elosed. 
SHLLBDfA. Sbalby Co., pop. 77T. 

Bbelbina CoUogiate Inatituta; closed. 
SOVTH ST, LOUIS, Bnhurb of St. Louis* 

fimqred Heart Academy; gtrla' boarding; E. 
C; nudam Uarj Burke, Prln. 
fiPBI}tGFII.LD, <^reeno Co.* pop. 23.2ST. 

Druxy College; col.; roed.: Cong.; est. 1873; 

Loretto Academy; girls' boarding; B. C; 

Blator U. T\n(jTri'id La Motte, Prln. 
(In^en City Buainoaa Gollaga; bus. and itca.; 

.Ht. IHSSi; J. A. 'I^aykw, Proa. 
Bprinraald Normal College; nor.; private; dod- 
sect.; t'8t. l^S; J. A. Taylor. Prea* 
SPRING §AJU>EN, Miller Co., pop. 120. 

Millar County laatitute; prep.; eo-ed. ; non- 
a^fct. ; J. L. Lumpkin. Prln. 
BTAKBEEBY, Gentry Co., p.j|>. 2.654. 
Stanberry Normal School; nonnal; private; 
toed.; ist. ISS-i; tYtttak L. liaxwell, 
SWEET SFEIN08. Saline Co.. pop. l,08Q. 
Sweat Syringe Acmdemy; pi-ep.; cqh^.; non^ 
sect. J- t3. Burnett, Prln. 
TABKIO, Atehiaon Co,, pop, l.SOl. 
Tarkio College; eoK; ro-ed.; ITn. Preab.; est 
ISRS; Iti'v. J. A. ThompaoM, D. D., Pres. 
TBENTOM, Grundy Go., pop. G.30«. 
Bnikln College^ cb|.; eon-d.; non-se«t.; est 
TB07. Lincoln Co,^ pu^. 1.15S. 
Buchanan Collaga; prep.; co-ed.; nos-sect.; 
eat. IS'M; Warren T. McDonald, A. M., 
WAEBENSBITRC, Johnaon Co., pop. 4,724. 
Stat9 Kormal School LBeccnd Diatriot) ; uer- 
mul.. Ptiite; i^i-ed. ; JcimeK E. Amenta 

Warrenibnrg Buaineaa College; Ims, and at*n.; 
i'«t, liJ:iri; BkMiJ. t:. Park^T. Prealdcnt. 
WABHENTON. Warretj Co., pop. 770. 
Central Wealeynn Callega; rol.; co-ed.; M. 
E.; vnt. mu. Oeorge B. Addlrks. A. M.» 
D, D.. Prcfl. 
WEATTBLEAU, Hickory Co.* pop. 274. 
Weaubleau Chriatian Collaga; prep.; eo-ed.; 
Clvrlet.; J, WhttukiT. Prin. 
WEBB CITY, Jmaper Co*, pop. U.2)Jl. 

Great Weatera Korm&l Schoal; iic^r.; private; 
iii-i-a.: M'^tr \fiH4, WJlUniii T. Lurlmore, 
Webb City Colleiffe; prep.; co^ed. ; B^L.| 
Jf*ii W. Keltner. Prln. 
WEST PLAINS, KowaH Co., pop. Z.»i2. 

West Plaina Colle^a; t-ol.; i-oed. ; noo-saet.: 
rat. IS&O, H. H. Webb, Prea. 


Population, ^43,329. School census, 58,240. School age, 6-21. 

Montana is the forty-fourth state of the Union in point of population, having 
a total of 243,329 inhabitants, of whom 226,283, or 93 per cent, are white. Of this 
number 62,375, or 25.6 per cent, are foreign born. The percentage of illiteracy 
of the entire population is 6.1 per cent, the state ranking twenty-seventh in this 
respect. The educational system of the state is as follows : 


W. E. Harmon, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Helena 


Ck>antjr. Superintendent's Name. Address. County. 

Beaverhead Estella Mae Rich Dillon 5,615 

Broadwater Miss Nellie Benham Townsend 2,641 

Carbon Agnes B. Ross Red Lodge 7,538 

Cascade Lucy M. Majors Great Falls 25,777 

Choteau Agnes Atkinson Fort Benton 10,966 

Custer Ida E. M. Wiley Miles City 7,891 

Dawson Estella Bovee Glendlve 2,448 

Deer Lodge Mae McHugh Anaconda 17,393 

Fergus Ada Meyerslck Lewiston 6,937 

Flathead E. A. Steere Kallspeli 9,375 

Gallatin Alice Williams Bozeman 9,653 

Granite Nellie Fahey Ihilipsburg 4,328 

Jefferson Mrs. Nora Turrentine Boulder 5,330 

Lewis and Clark Maggie V. Smith Helena 19,171 

Madison Mrs. Grace Baker Yerkcs. Virginia City 7,695 

Meagher Lottie A. Harris W. S. Springs 2,526 

Missoula Retta Barnes Missoula 13,964 

Park Mrs. Nora Colvin Livingston 7,341 

Powell Mollie Wiles Deer Lodge 

Ravalli Mrs. Mabel Corby Bean . . . Hamilton 7,832 

Rosebud Millie M. Smith Forsyth 

Sanders Beulah Wheeler Thompson 

Silver Bow Margaret Loughrin Butte 46.655 

Sweet Grass Alice Webster Big Timber 3.086 

Teton Rebecca Acton Choteau 5.080 

Valley Mrs. Lear H. Slattery Malta 4,355 

Yellowstone Mrs. M. M. Strang Billings 6.212 


BOZEMAH, OalUtin Co., pop. 8,419. 

Montana Acrioultural College; agii.; state; 
co-ed.; est. 1893; James M. Hamilton, 
M. S., Pres. 
BUTTE, Silver Bow Co., pop. 80,470. 
Butte Bnainess College; bus. and sten.; 

Rice. Fulton & Gold. Props. 
SiUer Bow Commercial College; closed. 
DEER LODGE. Powell Co., pop. 1.324. 
Montana College; prep, and tecb.; co-ed., non- 

sect.; est. 1004; J. W. Eaton. Pres. 
St. Mary'a Aoademy; girls' boarding; R. C; 





Slater Anacleta. Prln. 
DILLON, BMTerliaad Co., pop. 1.B30. 
Montana State Normal Collece; normal; state; 
co-ed.; Dr. Benrjr H. Swain, Prea. 
GREAT FALLS, Gaaoade Co», pop. 14.080. 
Great Falls Commerdal CoUece; bos. and 
sten.; S. H. Banman and J. 0. Preaton, 
HELENA, Lewis and Olark Co., pop. 10,770. 
Capital City Busineaa College; bus. and sten.; 

est. 1002; F. Marion Brown. Pres. 
Engelhom Helena Business College; bus. and 

sten.; Miss Mary E. Jackman. Pres. 
Montana Wesleyan TTniversity; col.; co-ed.; 
M. E.; est. 1880; C. W. Tenney, Pres. 

St. 171noent*s Academy; girla' boarding; R. 
0.; Sister Mary Cecelia. Prln. 

XALISPELL, Flatliead Co., pop. 2.626. 
Kalispell Business College; bus. and sten.; 
est. 1001; Hugo F. Albrecht. Pret. 

MISSOULA. Missoula Co., pop. 4.906. 

Saored Heart Academy; prep.; girls; B. C; 

est. 1885; Mother HlUrion, Prin. 
TTnirersity of Montana; nnlT.; jrtate; co-cd.: 

est. 1805; Oscar J. Craig. A. M.. Ph. D.. 


ST. PETER, Casead e Co., pop. 800. 
Ursuline ConTcnt; prep.; co-ed.: R. C: 
Motber Mary Amadous. Prin. 


Population, 1,068,539. School census, 379,014. School age, 5-21. 

Nebraska is the twenty-seventh state of the Union in point of population, hav- 
ing a total of r,o68,539 inhabitants, of whom 1,056,526, or 99.1 per cent, are white. 
Of this number I77>ii7, or 16.6 per cent, are foreign born. The percentage of 
illiteracy of the entire population is 2.3 per cent, the state rankmg second in this 
respect. The educational system of the state is as follows : 


J. L. McBrien, Superintendent of Public Instruction Lincoln 

£. C. Bishop, Deputy Lincoln 


E. B. Sherman Columb;us 

C. A. FuLMER Beatrice 

Cora O'Connell Ashland 


R. A. Tawney, President Pierce 

Luther P. Ludden Lincoln 

Thomas J. Majors Peru 

James E. Delzell Lexington 

H. M. Childs York 

Ch as. H. Gregg Kearney 

Peter Mortensen, State Treasurer, ex oflficio Lincoln 

J. L. McBrien, Secretary, State Superintendent, ex officio Lincoln 


Rachel Berry, President McCook 

Edna Bullock, First Vice-President Lincoln 

Fanny A. Geer, Second Vice-President Columbus 

Clara A. Mulliken, Secretary Lincoln 

Margaret O'Brien, Treasurer Omaha 


Frank L. Haller Omaha 

H. C. Lindsay, State Librarian Lincoln 

J. L. McBrien, Superintendent of Public Instruction Lincoln 

E. Benjamin Andrews, Chancellor University of Nebraska Lincoln 

James I. Wyer. President, Librarian University of Nebraska Lincoln 

Edna D. Bullock, Secretary Lincoln 

A. O. Thomas, President State Normal School, President Kearney 



R. C King, Otoe County Superintendent, Vice-President Nebraska City 

M. R. Snodgrass, State Normal, Treasurer Kearney 

Anna V. Day, Gage County Superintendent, Secretary Beatrice 

J. L. McBrien, ex-officio. Manager Lincoln 


J. W. Searson, President Pen- 

W. D. Cave, Vice-President Holdrege 

R, H. Graham, Secretary Wymore 

R. D. OvERHOLT, Treasurer Minden 


E. P. Wilson, President Wayne 

Emma Anderson, Secretary Aims 


H. P. Nielsen, President Hastings 

Christina Bednar, Secretary Minden 

E. B. Sherman, President Columbut 

E. E. Magee, Secretary-Treasurer Ashland 


W. R. Pate, President ; Sidnqr 

Emilis Cunningham, Secretary Dix 


C. W. McMichael, President Arapahoe 

Sadie B. Smith, Secretary Holdredge 


C. A. FuLMER, President Beatrice 

Rose Clark, Secretary Friend 


W. H. Bartz, President Alliance 

F. C. WiLLHMS, Secretary Seward 


Ck>unt7. Superintendent's Name. Address. Ooiintr* 

Adams Isaac A. Downey Hastings 18,840 

Antelope Clarence E. Ward Nellgh lliUI 

Banner Jessie Barfoot Harrisburg 1,118 

Blaine B. F. Parks Brewster 60i 

Boone Fred W. Hoffman Albion 11,681 

Box Butte Mrs. Leora S. Rustin Alliance 6,871 

Boyd C. A. ManvlUe Butte 7,881 

Brown Florence N. Johnston Ainsworth MTO 

Buffalo S. A. Reasoner Kearney 10,X4 

Burt Eda C. Nelson Tekamah 18,010 

Butler .Toseph C. Hrushka David City 16.708 

Cass J. W. Gamble Plattsmouth VlW 

Cedar W. E. Miller Hartlngton . . 11,48? 

C?haae Nellie Dick ..Imperial 



~^ ' ' ^—^ Pop. (}£ 

County. SupL'rltitendL'iit^a ^[ttmL^ Address. Oonnty. 

Cherry Lulu Kortz Valentine 6,541 

Cheyenne Mrs. A. B. Knox Sidney 6,670 

Clay C. JU Coons t:iay Center 16,735 

Colfax *.*Juhn Chleboun, Jr Schuyler 11,211 

Cuming ...J, A. ^tam.,....^. West Point 14,584 

Custer H. M. Pincfcney Broken Bow 19,768 

Dakota (j^o, j. Boucher. ...: Dakota City 6,286 

Dawes Thomas S, fcSmith Chadron 6,216 

Dawson ^U. a. Ulinger Lexington 12,214 

Deuel Mrs. U M, aernhard Chappell 2.630 

Dixon A. V, TeeU Ponca 10,585 

Dodge John U. Motaen Fremont 22.298 

Douglas W, A- YoUer Omaha 140.580 

Dundy .c. Ksiella Goodwin .BenkelinQn 2,484 

Fillmore Henry Vauck Geneva 16,087 

Franklin Kd, M. Snori...* ^Bloomlnffton 9,465 

Frontier Thomas Scott Stockvllle 8,781 

Furnas Frank J Munday Beaver City 12,373 

Gage -Anna V. Day..... Beatrice 30,061 

Garneld J. L. Jenkins Burwell 2,127 

Gosper k, w Montgomery.. Blwood 5,301 

Grant ij, iC Bellinger. Hyannls 763 

Greeley --Jamea Felly Greeley 5,691 

Hall -Marg:dret E. Brown Grand Island 17,206 

Hamilton ,s. c. Stephenson.... Aurora 13,330 

Harlan p p, BeuUey..... Alma 9,370 

Hayes mVs. Marg^iret E. West Hayes Center 2,708 

Hitchcock jEimes u Connell „ Trenton 4,409 

Holt Florence Zink O'Neill 12,224 

Hooker B. C. Hewitt Mullen 432 

Howard j^ a. Zle^ler St. Paul 10,843 

Jefferson Mrs. Olive True Fairbury 16,196 

Johnson Bvron E. Dlil ..Tccuinst^h 11,197 

Kearney Edwin Curtis ...Minden 9.868 

Keith Mrs. G. Richmond ,..OKiilalla 1,951 

Keya Paha john Scheie ,Sprlngvlew 3,076 

Kimball Clyde M. Trotter Kimball 768 

Knox Fred C. Marshall Center 14,343 

Lancaster Oscar R. Bowman Lincoln 64,835 

Lincoln Alice Wilkinson N'urth Platte 11,416 

Logan Sadie Bakewell Gandy 960 

Lioup VV. L. jotinson Taylor 1.306 

McPherson Mrs. Lydia Neal Tryon 618 

Madison Frank S. Perdue Madison 16,976 

Merrick pred A. Marsh Central City 9,255 

Nance Frances E. Taylor. Fullerton 8,222 

Nemaha Geo. D, Carrtnylon, Jr Auburn 14,952 

Nuckolls W. T. Bottentlcld ., Nelson 12,414 

Otoe R. C. King Nebraska City 22,288 

Pawnee Elmer M. Avery Pawnee City 11,970 

Perkins A. Softley Grant 11,702 

Phelps E. E. Larson Holdredge 10,772 

Pierce Frank Pilger Pierce 8,445 

Platte *L. H. Leavy Columbus 17,747 

Polk WUhelmina Rydbcrs Osceola 10,642 

Red Willow Flora B. Quick Indianola 9,604 

Richardson T. J. Oliver Falls City IJ.gW 

Rock Geo. M, Hopkins Bassett 2.809 

Saline D. G. HopkJna , Wllber 18.K2 

Sarpy O. P. Miller Papilllon 9.W0 

Saunders J. W. Mendel Wahoo ^.086 

Scotts Bluff Agnes Lackey ...^ Qering 2.652 

Seward E. H. Koch Seward 16.g0 

Sheridan C. L. Hopper Rushville 6.083 

Sherman M. H. Mead Lkjup Citv 6.560 

Sioux \(i\\j\ Borky Harrison 2.055 

Stanton Charles 8, Coney Stanton 6,959 

Thayer G. W. Allen. Hebron 14,825 

Thomas Nehle y:. vannnng Thedford 628 

Thurston Xtiartei W, Hubbard Pender 8,766 





i.uunty. Superintendent's Na^nt. Pop. of 

Address. Owmtj* 

Valley Lawrence Bright Ord 7,839 

Washington John A. Rhoades Blair 18.086 

Wayne A. E. Little Wayne 9,868 

Webster Mrs. Nellie Caster Red Cloud 11,619 

Wheeler K. D. Plbel Bartlett 1,868 

York Charles O. Stewart York 18,206 


AXTRORA, HAmilton Co., pop. 1,021. 
Anrom Busineu College; bus. and sten.; W. 
E. Stoner and E. E. Stoner. Props. 
BEATRICE, Oage Co., pop. 7.875. 
Northwestern Business College ajid Normal 
Sohool; nor. and bus.; Mayuard Spink, 
BELLEVXTE, Sarpy Co., pop. 627. 
Bellevue College; col.; co-od. ; "resb. ; est. 
1880; Guy W. Wadswortb, Pros. 
BETHANY, Lancaster Co., pop. 330. 

Cotner University; unlv.; co-ed.; '^hrlstlan; 
est. 1889; W. P. Aylsworth, Pres. 
BLAIB, Washington Co., pop. 2.07*;. 
Dana College; col.; oc-od. ; Luth.; est. 1880; 
Kr. Anker, Pres. 
BROKEN BOW, Custer Co., pop. 1,375. 
Broken Bow Business and Normal College; 
bus. and nor. ; co-ed. ; non-sect. ; est. 
\001; Lloyd E. Epley. A. B., Supt. 
CENTRAL CITY, Merrick Co., pop. 1.671. 
Nebraska Central College; prep.; co-ed.; 
Friends; E. H. Parish. Pros. 
OHABRON, Dawes Co., pop. 1.065. 
Chadron Academy; prep.; co-ed.; Cong.; est. 
* 1889; L. M. Oberkoiter. A. B., Prin. 
COLLEGE VIEW, Lalicaster Co., pop. 805. 
Union College; ool. ; co-ed.; Seventh I). Adv.: 
est. 1801; Charles C. Lewis. M. S., Pre«. 
COLUMBUS, PUtte Co., pop. 3.522. 
St. Francis Academy; prep.; co-ed.; R. C. ; 
Theobold Kalnmajo. Pres. 
CRETE, Saline Co., pop. 2.100. 
Doane College; col.; co-cd. ; Cong.; est. 1872; 
Rev. David B. Perry. D. D., Pres. 
FALLS CITY. Richardson Co., pop. 3.022. 
Falls City Business College; bus. and stcn.; 

G. M. Barrett. Pres. 
Ursuline Convent; prep.; co-ed.; R. C. ; est. 
1804; Sister M. Helen. Prln. 
FRANKLIN, Franklin Co., pop. 756. 
Franklin Academy; prep.; co-ed.; Cong.; 
Alexis C. Hart. Prin. 
FREMONT, Dodge Co.. iM.p. 7.241 
Fremont Normal College; nor.; private; co- 
ed.; W. H. Clemnions. Pres. 
Fremont College, School of Pharmacy; ; 
co-ed.; E. T. McGuIn', Dean. 
GRAND ISLAND, Hall Co., pop. 7..')54. 

Grand Island Business and Normal College; 
bus. and nor.; est. 1885; A. M. Harglf». 
Grand Island College; col.; co-ed.; Bnpt. est. 
1802; Geo. SutbwrTand. D. D., Pres. 
HASTINGS, Adams Co., pop. 7.188. 

Hastings Business College; bus. and aten.; 

est. 1806; G. E. Boggs. Prin. 
Hastings College; col.; co-ed.; Pretb.; est. 

1882; Rev. E. Van Dyke Wight. Prea. 
HENDERSON, York Co., pop. 208. 
Bethesda College; prep.; co-ed.; non-aect.: 

Daniel Peters, Pres. 
JACKSON, Dakota Co., pop. 339. 

St. Catherine's Academy; girls' boarding; 

R. C; Sister M. Walburga, Prin. 

KEARNEY, Buffalo Co., pop. 6,634. 
Kearney Military Academy; military; P. B.; 

Harry N. Russell. Pres. 
Kearney Normal School and Business Oollaffa; 

nor. and bun.; co-ed.; Clarence A. March, 

Nebraska State Normal Sohool; nor.; state; 

co-ed.; est. 10<)5; A. O. Thomas, Pres. 

LINCOLN, Lancaster Co., pop. 40.169. 
Convent of the Holy Child Jesus; girls' 

boarding; R. C. ; Mother St. John, 
bincoln Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; est. 

1S05; T. M. Hodgmau. A. B.. A. M., 

Lincoln Business College; bus. and sten.; 

W. G. Bishop, Pres. 
Lincoln Dental College, Cotner University; 

dent.; <o-ed. ; est. 1899; W. Clyde DavU, 

D. D. S.. Dean. 
Lincoln Medical College, Cotner University; 

med. ; eclec. ; co-ed.; est. 1889; J. M. 

Keys, M. D., Dean. 
Modern Commercial Sohool; bus. and sten.; 

eat. 10t»3; J. L. Stephens, Pres. 
Nebraska Conservatory of Music; mus.; est. 

1S80; Clemens Movins... Director. 
Stayner's Shorthand School , sten. ; est. 1892; 

L. W. Staiyner. Prop. 
University of Nebraska; univ. ; state; co-ed.; 

est. ISOO; K. Benjamin Andrews, LL. D., 

University of Nebraska, College of Law; 

co-ed.; est. 1801; Rose*.© Pound, Ph. D., 

University of Nebraska, School of Agricul- 
ture; n>,'ri.: state; co-ed.; Albert E. Da- 

visson. A. B.. Prin. 
University of Nebraska. School of Domestio 

Science; <l<iin. sd.; state; women; Rosa 

r.outon. A. M.. Dlreitor. 
University of Nebraska, Sohool of Mechanic 

Arts; tedi.; state; <o-ed. ; Charles R. 

Kl'hards: M. M. E.. Director. 
University of Nebraska, School of Music: 

niiisic; coed.; state; Willard Klmballi 






M'COOK, B«d Willow Co., pop. 2.445. 
McCook Fhonogrmpliid Instituto; bus. and 

sten.; L. W. Stayner, Pres. 
NEBRASKA CITT, Otoe Co., pop.. 7,380. 
Nobntika City BusineM Colloffo; closed. 
NELIGH, Antelope Co., pop. 1.135. 
Gates Academy; prep.; co-ed.; Cong.; est. 

1881; J. E. Taylor, A. B., Prln. 
NOBFOLK, Madison Co., pop. 3.883. 
Norfolk Business College; bus. and sten.; est. 

1901; C. 11. Brake, Prin. 
NOBTH PLATTE, Lincoln Co., pop. 3.040. 
Nativity School; prep.; co-ed.; B. C; Kev. 

T. V. Haley, Prln. 
NYSTED, Howard Co., pop. 52. 

Danish Academy; prcup. ; co-ed.; Luth.; A. H 

Dorf, Principal. 
OMAHA, Douglas Co., pop. 102.555. 
Academy of the Sacred Heart; girls' board- 
ing; B. C; L. Garesche, Prln. 
Boyles Commercial College; bus. and sten.; 

co-ed.; H. B. Boyles, Presidi'nt. 
Brownell Hall; girl's boarding; P. E.; Miss 

Euphan W. Macrea. PrcHldent. 
Creighton College of Pharmacy; nnu- 

sect.; co-ed.; est. 1901; Edmund Thorp, 


Creighton Medical College, John A. Creigh- 
ton University; med.; reg.; co-ed.; est. 

1892; D. C. Bryant, M. D., Dean. 
Creighton University; univ.; men; B. G. 

est. 1879; Bev. M. P. Dowling, Pres. 
Mount St. Mary's Seminary; girls' boarding 

B. C; est. 1894; Bev.. Mother Mary Leo 

College of Medicine, University of Nebraska 

(Omaha Medical College); mod.; reg.; 

co-ed.; est. 1880; Harold Gifford, M. D., 

Associate Dean. 
Nebraska Business and Shorthand College; 

bus. and sten.; P. L. Smlthers. Pres. 
Northwestern School of Taxidermy; taxider- 
my; co-ed.; est. 1902; Commercial Na 

tional Bank Bldg. 
Omaha Business University; bus. and sten.; 

est. 1902; N. B. Van Matre. President. 
Omaha College of Pharmacy; phar. ; co-ed.; 

J. L. Kendall. Dean. 
Omaha Commercial College; bus. and sten.; 

M. G. Bohrbough, Pres. 
Omaha Conservatory of Music; music; co-ed.; 

E. M. Jones. Director. 
Omaha School of Law; law; men; est.; 1890; 

H. A. Whipple, Dean. 

Presbyterian Theological Seminary; tiMol.; 
men: Presb.; est. 1891; Bev. M. B. 
Lowrle, D. D., Pres. 
St. Catherine's Academy; girl's boarding; B. 

C; est. 1877; Sisters of Mercy. 
University of Omaha, Dental Department; 
dent.: co-ed.; est. 1896; A. O. Hunt, 
D. D. S., Dean. 
Van Sant's School of Shorthand; sten.; co- 
ed.; est. 1900; A. C. Van Sant, Prop. 
Y. M. C. A. Night School; prep.; boys; 
Y. M. C. A.; est. 1876; A. Omer Turner, 
Educational Director. 
OBLEANS, Harlan Co., pop. 656. 
Orleans Seminary; prep.; co-ed.; Free Meth.; 
N. B. Ghormley, Prln. 
PAWNEE CITT, Pawnee Co., pop. 1,969. 
Pawnee City Academy; prep.; co-ed.; U. 
Presb.; B. T. Campbell, Prin. 
PEBU, Nemaha Co., pop. 848. 
Nebraska State Normal School; normal: 
state; co-ed.; est. 1867; J. W. Crabtree, 
ST. PAUL, Howard Co., pop. 1.475. 

St. Paul Normal and Business College; nor. 
and bus.: co-cd. : est. 1898; D. D. Smith, 
SANTEE, Knox Co. 
Santee Normal Training School; Indian train- 
ing school of the American Missionary 
Assn.; Alfred L. Biggs, Prin. 
UNIVEBSITY PLACE, Lancaster Co., pop. 
Nebraska Wesleyan University; col.; co-ed.; 
M. E.; est. 1888; D. W. 0. HnnUngton, 
WAHOO, Saunders Co., pop. 2.100. 
Luther Academy; prep.; co-ed.; Ev. Lath.; 
est. 1883; Bev. 0. J. Johnson, B. D., 
WAYNE, Wayne Co., pop. 2,119. 
Nebra^a Normal College; normal; private; 
co-cd.; J. M. Pile, Pres. 
WEEPING WATEB, Cass Co., pop. 1.156. 
Weeping Water Academy: prep.; co-ed.; 
Cong.; Frank C. Taylor, Prln. 
YOBK, York Co., pop. 5,132. 
York Business College; bus; and sten.; G. M. 

Jacobs, Pres. 
York College; col.; co-cd.; U. B.; est. 1890; 

Wm. E. Schell, A. M.. D. D.. Pres. 

School of the Holy Family; prep.; co-ed.; 

B. C; Mother Margaret Mary. Prln. 


Population, 42,335. School census, 9,153. School age, 6-18. 

Nevada is the fiftieth state of the union in point of population, having a total 
of 42,335 inhabitants, of whom 35,405, or 83.6 per cent, are white. Of this num- 
ber 8,581, or 20.3 per cent, are foreign born. The percentage of illiteracy of the 
entire population is 13.3 per cent, the state ranking thirty-fifth in this respect The 
educational system of the state is as follows: 

Orvis Ring, Superintendent of Public Instruction Carson 


His Excellency John Sparks, President Carson 

Dr. J. E. Stubbs, President of the State University ^Reno 

Orvis Ring, Superintendent of Public Instruction, Secretary Carson 


Nevada has a state uniformity law, which went into effect October i, 1901. 
The State Board of Education recommends and adopts the text-books to be used, 
as well as recommending sets of books for supplementary use in the schools and as 
the nucleus for a school library. 


RoMANZo Adams, President Reno 

Gertrude Caine, Secretary and Treasurer Reno 


No. of 
County. SuiK'rlnti ndcnt's Name. AddroBS. Diitricts. 

Churchill W. C. Grimes Fallon 8 

Douglas F. E. Brockliss Genoa 9 

Elko Otto T. Williams Elko 60 

Esmeralda J. E. Davidson Hawthorne U 

Eureka Lew Rogers Eureka 15 

Humboldt E. A. Ducker Winnemucca 84 

Lander A. J. Maestrettl Austin 9 

Lincoln Henj. Sanders Ploche 2S 

Lyon E. T. Powers Dayton IS 

Nye W. B. Pittman Belmont 17 

Ormsby E. E. Roberts Carson 4 

Storey F. P. Langan Virginia City 2 

Washoe W. B. Craig Reno 80 

White Pine Chas. A. Walker Ely » 






CABSON CITY, Ornuiby Go., pop. 2,100. 
Indian Training School ; Govt. Indostrlnl 
school for Indians; co-ed.; est. 1880; 
€. H. Asborj, Supt. 

RENO, Washoe Go., pop. 4,600. 

Atkinson's Nerada Business Institute; bos. 

and sten.; est. 1002; A. f. Atkinson, 

Nerada State VniTersity* unly.; state; co- 
ed.; est. 1885; Joseph Edward Stnbbs. M. 
A.. LL. D., D. D., Pres. 

State Normal School; nor.; stste; co-ed. r 
'Romanso Adams. Dean. 


Population, 411,588. School census, 90,400. School age, 5-16. 
New Hampshire is the thirty-sixth state of the Union in point of population, 
having a total of 411,588 inhabitants, of whom 410,791, or 99.8 per cent, are white. 
Of this number, 87,961, or 21.4 per cent, are foreign born. The percentage of illit- 
eracy of the entire population is 6.2 per cent, the state ranking twenty-eighth in 
this respect. The educational system of the state is as follows : 


Henry C. Morrison, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Concord 

New Hampshire has no State Reading Circle Board, but has district laws for 
the aid of school libraries. 


Principal Fred S. Libbey, President Warner 

Harriet L. Huntress, Secretary Concord 


New Hampshire has no county superintendents of schools, btJt has instead what 
is called the "town system" of school supervision, each city, or in some cases, 
where the towns are small, a group of towns, having its individual superintendent 
of schools. 


AVDOVER, Merrimack Co., pop. 1.179. 
Frootor Academy ; pn-p. ; co-pd.; Unitiiritin; 
cnt. IRSl; T»n'o«l..rf V. Farr. \. M.. 
ATKINSON. Bockingham Co., pop.. 442. 
Atkinson Academy; prep.; ro-od. ; non-sect.; 
Ilfrman N. Dunham, Prln. 
OANTEBBUBT, Merrimack Co.. pop. 821. 
Xeier Seminary; prep.; ro-od.; Free Bapt. ; 
Mrs. Clara M. (!tirrlpr. Trln. 
OENTEB STBAFFORD, StrafTord Co., pop. 50. 
Austin Academy; prop.; ro-od.; Fn-e Bapt.; 
oat. ls;j.T; Ilonry R. Gardnor. A. B.. 
OLABEMCUNT. Sullivan Co., pop. 6.498. 

Steven's High School; prop.; co-od. ; non- 
sect.; est. 1867; Leroy S. Dowry, A. B.. 

CONCOBD. Merrimack Co.. pop. 19.632. 
St. Joseph's High School; boys* boardiDy; 

R. C: Brothrr Cyril. F. S. C, Prln. 
St. Mary's School; girls' boarding; P. E.; 

Isabol W. Parks. Prln. 
St. Paul's School; boys' boarding: P. B.; 

Rev. James C. Coit, D. D.. Prln. 

DEBBY, Bockingham Co., pop. 3.588. 

Pinkerton Academy; prop.; 00-od. ; non>aect.; 
o8t. ISll; Goi>rge W. Bingham. A. If., 

DOVEB. Strafford Co., pop. 13.207. 
Dover Business College: bns. and sten.; B. 

W. Warner and C. McTavIsh. Props. 
Peaslee's Commercial School: bun. and iten * 
ost. lorni; Miss M. F. Peaaloe, Prln. 
DVBHAM. Strafford Co., pop., 096 





N«w Hampshire CoUeire of Agriculture and 
Mechanic Arts; agrl. ; state; co-ed.; est. 
1866; William D. Gibbs, M. S.. Pres. 
EAST JEFFBET, Cheshire Co.. pop. 1,000. 
Conant High School; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
George W. Flint, Prin. 
EXETEB, Bockingham Co., pop. 4,922. 

Phillip Exeter Academy, The; boys' board- 
ing; non-sect.; Harlan Page Amen, Prin. 
Bobinson Female Seminary; girls' day; non- 
sect.; Harlan M. Blsbee, A. M., Prin. 
FBAirCESTOWK, HiUsboro Co., pop. 693. 

Francestown Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; est. 1801; James I. Newton, A. B., 
FBANCONIA, Grafton Co., pop. 655. 

Dow Academy ; prep. ; co-ed. ; Cong. ; Fred- 
erick D. Hayward, Prin. 
GUJCANTON, Belknap Co., pop. 1,100. 

Gilmanton Academy; prep.; co-ed.; Cong.; 
est. 1794; Walter H. Fletcber, Prin. 
HAMFSTEAD, Bockingham Co., pop. 328. 
Hampstead High School; prep.; co-od. ; Cong.; 
Charles L. Clement, Prin. 
HANOVEB, Grafton Co., pop. 1,884. 
Dartmouth College; col.; men; non-sect.; est. 

1769; Rev. W. J. Tucker, D. D., Pres. 
Dartmouth Medical College; med. ; reg. ; men; 
est. 1798; Wm. T. Smith, LL. D., M. D.. 
KEENE, Cheshire Co., pop. 9.165. 
Grinnell's Commercial School; bus. and sten.; 

est. 1903; Miss I. M. Dearborn, Prin. 
Tiflln's Business Institute; bus. and stcn. ; 
est. 1896; Harry C. Tiffin, Prin. 
KINGSTON, Bockingham, Co., pop. 1.1.32. 
Sanborn Seminary; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
est. 1883; J. Willis Kemp, A. M., Ph. 
D., Prin. 

LACONIA, Belknap Co., pop. 8,042. 
Terhune's Practical Business College; bns. and 
sten.; W. R. Terhuue, Pros. 

LANCASTEB, Coos Co., pop. 3,190. 
Lancaster Academy and High School; prep.; 
co-ed.; non-sect.; est. 1828; Willis O. 
Smith, A. B., Prin. 

MANCHESTEB, Hillsboro Co., pop. 50.987. 
Bryant ft Stratton Business College; bus. and 

sten.; est. 1865; William Heron, Jr.. Prin. 
Heaser Business College: bus. and sten.; est. 

1906; Joel H. Hesser. Prin. and Prop. 
St. Anselm's College; col.; men; R. (;. ; est. 

1889; Rt. Rev. Abbott Hilary, D. D.. 

O. S. B., Pres. 
St. Augustine's Academy; boyg' boarding; R. 

C; Brother Alpbonse. Prin. 
St. Joseph's High School; prep.: boys'; R. 

C; est. 1890; Rt. Rev. John B. Dclaney, 

D. D., Prin. 

MEBIDEK, Sullivan Co., pop. 250. 
Kimball Union Academy; prep.; co-ed.; Cong.; 
Ernest RoUstou Woodbury, Prin. 

MILTON, Straiford Co., pop. 1,625. 
Nute High School; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
Clarence E. Kelley, A. B., Prin. 

MOUNT VEBNON, HiUsboro Co.. pop. 453. 
McCollom Institute; prep.; co-ed.; Cong.; L. 
A. Bailey. A. M., Prin. 

NASHUA, HiUsboro Co., pop. 23,898. 
Nashua Business CoUege; bus. and sten.; 

est. 1900; Charles Heipel, Pres. 
St. Aloysius Academy; boys' boarding; R. 

C; Brother Fabian, Prin. 
St. Aloysius School; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; 

Sister M. St. Anatole, Prin. 

NEW HAMPTON, BeUcnap Co., pop. 852. 

New Hampton Commercial CoUege; bus. and 
sten.; Frank W. Preston, Pres. 

New Hampton Literary Institute; prep.; co- 
ed.; Free Will Bapt.; Frank W. Preston, 

NEW LONDON, Merrimack, Co., pop. 768. 
Colby Academy, The; prep.; co-ed.; Bapt.; 
Justin O. Wellman, A. B., Prin. 

NOBTHWOOD CENTEB, Bockingham Co., pop. 
Coe's Northwood Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; est. 1866; Edwin K. Welsh, Prin. 

PEMBROKE, Merrimack Co., pop. 3,183. 

Pembroke Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
est. 1818; Homer F. Northrop, Prin. 

PLYMOUTH, Grafton Co., pop. 1,972. 

Holdemeas School for Boys; boys' boarding; 
P. K.; est. 1879; Rev. Lorin Webster, 
A. M.. Prin. 

School's announcement. — Prepares for Col- 
leges and Technical Schools. High order 
of training In mind and body. Individual 
influences and instruction. Gymnasium, 
Athletic Field, running track. Moderate 
terms. Twenty-seventh year. Send for 
catalogue to Rev. Lorln Webster, M. A., 
Rector, Plymouth, N. H. 

New Hampshire State Normal School; nor- 
mal; state; co-ed.; J. E. Klock, Prin. 

PORTSMOUTH, Bockingham Co., pop. 10,637. 
Bliss Business CoUege; bus. and sten.; Wil- 
liam J. Lewis, Pres. 

REEDS FEBBY, HiUsboro Co., pop. 250. 
MoGraw Normal Institute; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; David F. Carpenter, Prin. 

SOUTH HAMPTON, Bockingham Co., pop. 297. 
Barnard High School; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
M. F. Mcintosh, Prin. 

TILTON, Belknap Co., pop. 1.926. 

Tilton Seminary; formerly New Hampshire 
seminary); prep.; co-ed.; M. E. ; est. 
1845; George L. Plimpton, A. M., Prin. 

WEST LEBANON, Grafton Co., pop. 525. 
Bockland Military Academy; mil.; boys'; non- 
sect.; est. 1854; Elmer E. French, A. M., 


Population, 1,883,669. School census, 496,580. School age, 5-18. 

New Jersey is the sixteenth state of the Union in point of population, having 
a total of 1,883,669 inhabitants, of whom i3i2^3i7, or 96.2 per cent, are white. Of 
this number, 430,050, or 22.8 per cent, are foreign bom. The percentage of illiteracy 
of the entire population is 5.9 per cent, the state ranking twenty-fourth in this 
respect. The educational system of the state is as follows : 


Charles J. Baxter, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Trenton 

J. Brognard Betts, Assistant State Superintendent Trenton 



Gborge A. Frey Camden 

Edward E. Grosscup Wenonah 


J. BiNGHAif Woodward Bordentown 

S. R. Morse Atlantic City 

third district. 

W. Edwin Florance New Brunswick 

Edmund Wilson Red Bank 

FOURTH district. 

S. St. J. McCuTCiiEN Plainfield 

Percival Chrystie High Bridge 


B. H. Campbei-i Elizabeth 

Charles K. Sl'rdam Morristown 

SIXTH district. 

Francis SrciTT Paterson 

Sweeting Milf^s Alpine 


Edward G. R(jbertson, Newark 

Everett Colby West Orange 


James L. TTays Newark 

T. O'CoNOR Sloan South Orange 






Wm. R. Barricklo V Jersey Qty 

Ulamor Allen Jersey City 

TENTH district. 

W. D. Forbes Hoboken 

Edward Russ Hoboken 


The Governor State Treasurer 

Attorney- General State Comptroller 

Secretary of State 

Board of Trustees of the Fund for the Support of Public Schools 

The state has no State Reading Circle Board, but ample provisions are made by 
the legislature for aiding school libraries, twenty dollars being appropriated the 
first year, and ten dollars each year thereafter, to each district, for this purpose. 

Henry Snyder, President Jersey City 




Superintendent '■ Name. Address. 

Pop. of 


Hon. S. D. Hoffman Atlantic City 

B. C. Wooster Hackensack 

Burlington Herman A. Stees Beverly 58,241 

Camden C. S. Albertson Magrnolla 107,643 

Cape May , Aaron W. Hand Cape May City 13,201 

Cumberland John N. Qlasspell Bridgeton 51,193 

E&sex A. B. Meredith Nutley 359,068 

Gloucester William E. Eldridge Wllliamstown 31.905 

Hudson M. H. Kinsley Hoboken 386,048 

Hunterdon ....Jason S. Hoffman Flemlngton 34.507 

Mercer Joseph M. Arnold Princeton 95,365 

Middlesex H. Brewster Willis New Brunswick 79,762 

Monmouth John Enrlght Freehold 82,057 

Morris W. B. Matthews Dover 66,166 

Ocean Peter Tllton Toms River 19,747 

Passaic Edw. W. Garrison Paterson 455,202 

Salem J. A. Wentzell Elmer 25,680 

Somerset H. C. Krebs Somervllle 82,948 

Sussex Ralph Decker Sussex 24,134 

Union W.J. Shearer Elizabeth 99,853 

Warren Franklin T. Atwood Hackettstown 37,781 


BATOKKE, Hudson Co.. pop. 32.722. 
DnJce Business College; bus. and sten. ; Chas. 

Dell, Prln.; Albert J. Glea»<»n. Pres. 
Sloan Sohool for Girls, The; girls' boarding; 
non-sect.; llisseii Clarke and Kline, 
BEVEBLT, Burlington Co., pop. 1.950. 
Famum Preparatory School; prep.; co-ed.; 
Presb.; James R. Dllks. A. M., Prin. 
BLAIBSTOWK, Warren Co., pop. 846. 

Blair Aoadamy; prop.; co-ed.; non-sect.; est. 
1848; John C. Sharpe. Prln. 
BOBBEKTOWK, Burlington Co., pop. 4.110. 
BcrdantowA Znstituta; militarr; non-sect.; 

Rov. Thompson H. Lnndon. Prin. 
Bordsntown Female College; closed. 
Braislin Sohool, Priscilla; girls* boarding; 

non-sect.; Miss Alice C. Braislin, BCrs. 

Mary Braislin Cooke, Prins. 

BRIDOETON, Cumberland Co., pop. 18.918. 
Ivy Hall; frirls' boarding; non-sect.; Miss 

E. C. Bonney, Prin. 
Seven Gables Boarding Sohool; closed. 
South Jersey Institute; prep.; co-ed.; Bapt.; 

Rev. James W. Ford. Pb. D.. Pres. 
West Jersey Academy; boys' boarding; Presb.; 
Phoebus W. Lyons, Prin. 
BBIELLE, Xoninoutli Co., pop. 800. 





Oerlach Aoademy; boys' boardiug; non-sect.; 
D. Gerlach, Prin. 
BimLINOTON, Burlington Co., pop. 7,302. 
St. Mary's HaU; girls' boarding; P. E.; 

Kev. John Fearuley, Prin. 
Van R«nasela«r Seminary; prep.; co-ed.; 
Presb.; Helen M. Freeman, Prin. 
CALDWELL, Essex Co., pop. 1,307. 
Xingsley School; mil.; young boys; J. R. 
Campbell, Headmaster. 
CAICDEN, Camden Co., pop. 75,035. 
Abrahamson Business College; bus. and sten. ; 

Cbas. M. Abrahamson, Pres. 
Camden Commercial College; bus. and sten.; 

est. 1002; Goorge (). Swartz, Pres. 
Camden Friends School; prep.; co-ed.; Friends; 
Mary J. lloopes. Prin. 
CONVENT STATION, Morris Co., pop. 25. 
St. Joseph Preparatory School; bnys' board- 
ing; R. C; est. 1860; Sisters of Charity; 
Mother Superior. 
DECKEBTOWN, Sussex Co., pop. 1,300. 

Seeley's Home School; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; W. H. Soeley, Prin. 
EAST OBANOE, Essex Co., pop. 21,600. 
East Orange School, The; girls' boarding; 
non-sect.: est. 1885; Elizabeth M. Griffith, 
A. B., Prin. 

ELIZABETH, Union Co., pop. 62.130. 

Lansley Business College; bus. and sten.; 
est. 1872; Tames H. Lansley. Ph. D., 

Pingry School, The; boys' day; non-sect.; 
Walter Randall Marsh, Prin. 

Union Business College; bus. and sten.; F. 
R. Berrlnian. Prin. 

Vail-Deane School, The; glrlo' boarding; non- 
sect.; Miss Laura A. Vail, Prin. 

ENOLEWOOD, Bergen Co., pop. 6.2.53. 
Dwight School for Girls; ffirls' boarding; 
nmi-sect. ; Misses Crelghton and Farrar, 
Englewood School for Boys, The; boys' board- 
ing; non-sect.; James R. Parsons. Prin. 
FORT LEE, Bergen Co., pop. 1.617. 
Institute of Holy Angels; girls' boarding; 
R. C. ; Sister Mary Nonna Dumphy. 
FREEHOLD. Monmouth Co., pop. 2.034. 
Freehold Military School; rail.; young boys; 

MaJ. C. M. Duncan, Supt. 
New Jersey Military Academy; military; 
non-sect.; <'8t. ISSl: Col. C. J. Wright, 
A. M.. Pres. 
HACKENSACK, Bergden Co., pop. 0,443. 

Eagen School of Business; bus. and stfn.; 
e*<t. 11H>3; John J. Eagan. Prea. 
HIGHTSTOWN, Mercer Co., pop. 1.740. 
Peddie Institute; prep.; co-ed.; Rapt.; R<»per 
W. Swetland, A. B., Prin. 
HOBOKEN, Hudson Co., pop. .'i0..104. 
Academy of the Sacred Heart; girls' board- 
ing; R. C: Sisters of Charity. 
Eagan School of Business; l>u«*. and sten.; 

ept. 1804: .Tohn J. Eagan. Pres. 
Hoboken Academy; prep.; co-od.; non-sect.; 
est, 1860; Dr. Walter F. Knox, Ph. D., 


Light foot Stenographlo and Typewritlac In- 
stitute; sten.; est. 1878; Robert LIffht- 
foot, Pres. 

Stevens Institute of Teohnology; tech.; men; 
non-sect.; est. 1871; Alexander 0. Hum 
phrcys. M. E., Sc. D., LL. D., Pres. 

Stevens School; boys' boarding; non-sect.; 
Edward Wall. Prin. 

Teachers' Training School; nor.; co-ed.; est. 
1S07; Ju8(>ph H. Brensinger, A. M., Prin. 

JERSEY CITY, Hudson Co.» pop. 206.438. 
Drake Business College; bus. and sten.; 

Albert J. Cileason, Pres. 
Hasbrouck Institute; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 

Charles C. SUmets, A. M.. Prtn. 
Lightfoot Stenographic and Typewriting Li- 

stitute; bus. and sten.; Robert Light- 
foot, Pres. 
St. Aloysius Academy; prep.; co-ed.; R. O.; 

Slaters of Charity. 
St. Peter's College; col.; men.; R. 0., est. 

1S7S; Kev. John W. Fox, S. J., Pres. 
Training School for Teachers; normal; state; 

JERSEY CITY HEIGHTS, Suburb of Jersey 

German American School; prep.; co-ed.; 

non-sect.; Carl A. Grauper, Prin. 
LAKE WOOD, Ocean Co., pop. 2,800. 

Knox School, The; girl's boarding; non-sect.; 

est. 10(»4; Mary F. Knox, A. B., Prin. 
Lakewood School, The; boys' boarding; n<m- 

sect. ; Edward P. Harris, Ph. D., Prin. 
Oaks, The; girls' boarding; non-sect.; B. T. 

Ferrlngton, Prin. 
LAWRENCEVILLE, Mercer Co., pop. 207. 
Lawrencevilie School; hoys' boarding; non- 
sect.: Simon J. McPhorson, D. D., Prin. 
LONG BRANCH, Monmouth Co., pop. 8,872. 
Star of the Sea Academy; girls' boarding; 

R. C; Sister M. Imelda, Prin. 
MADI&ON, Morris Co., pop. 3.754. 

Drew Theological Seminary; theol.; men; M. 

]•:.; est. 1S07; Harry N. Bett«, D. D., LL. 

I).. Pres. 
MATAWAN, Monmouth Co., pop. 1.511. 

Glenwood Institute; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.: 

est. 1S4'»; Cnsper CI. Rrower, Pres. 
MONTCLAIR. Essex Co., pop. 18.962. 

Cloverside School: girls' boarding; P. B.; 

Elizabeth Tlmlow. Prin. 
Montclair Military Academy; military; non- 

»e<t. ; John G. MjicVlcar, Supt. 
MOORESTOWN. Burlington Co., pop. 3.000. 
Friends' Academy: prep.: co-ed.; Friends: 

Win. F. Overman. Prin. 
Friends' High School; prep.: co-ed.; Friends: 

, (I. KniLn-e. A. M.. Prin. 
MORRISTOWN. Morris Co., pop. 11.267. 
Morris Academy; boys' boarding; non-seot. : 

Harry W. Landfear. Prin. 
Morristown School; pn'p. : boys; non-sect.; est. 

ISOS; Francis W(»odnian. A. B.. Head 

School for Young Ladies; girls' boarding: 

non-rect.; Miss E. Elizabeth Dana, Prin. 
MOUNT HOLLY, Burlington Co., pop. 4.600. 





Mount Holly Academy; boys' boarding non- 
sect.; I. C. Pla. Prill. 
KEWABK, Essex Co., pop. 246,070. 

Coleman National Business College; bus. and 
sten.; est. 1862; J. Kugler, Jr.. Prin. 

Newark Academy; boys' day; est. 1702; non- 
sect.; Samuel A. Farrand and Wilson 
Farrand, Headmasters. 

Newark Normal and Training School; normal; 
state; co-ed.; Joseph ' Clark, Pres. 

Newark Seminary; girls' boarding; non-sect.; 
Anna Frances Wbitmore, Prlii. 

Newark Technical School; tech.: co-ed.; non- 
sect.; est. 1885; Charles A. Coltoii, E. M.. 

New Jersey College of Pharmacy; phar.; co- 
ed.; est. 1802; Philemon E. Horamell, 

St. Benedict's School; col.; men; R. C. ; est. 
186S; George Beln, S. B.. Pres. 

St. Mary's Academy; girls' boarding; R. C. 
Sister M. Catherine. 

St. Vincent's Academy; girls' boarding; R. C. 

School for Oirls; girls' boarding; non-sect.; 
Miss Anna P. Townsend, Prin. 

Wood's College; bus. and sten.; Stephen I. 
Wood, Pres. 

NEW BBITNSWICX, Middlesex Co., pop. 20.006. 

Anable's School, Miss; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.: est. 1883; Miss Harriet Anable, 

New Brunswick Business College; bus. and 
sten.; J. W. Wilson. Pres. 

Butgers College; col.: men: Reformed; est. 
1766: Austin Scott, Ph. I).. LL. D.. Prcj. 

New Brunswick Theological Seminary; theol. ; 
men; Ref. Church in America; est. 1784; 
Key. J. P. Searle. Pres. 

Butgers College Preparatory School; prep.: 
boys': non-sect.: est. 1766; Eliot R. Pay- 
son, Ph. D., Headmaster. 

St. Agnes Academy; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; 
Sister Mary Grace, Prin. 

NEW OBANGE, Union Co., pop. 110. 

Upsala College; prep.; co-ed.; Luth.; L. IT. 
Beck, Ph. D., Pres. 

NEWTOlj^, Sussex Co., pop. 4..376. 
Newton Collegiate College: boys' boarding; 
non-sect.; Philip Wilson. Prin. 

OBANGE, Essex Co., pop. 24.141. 

Beard's School for Oirls, Miss; girls' board- 
ing; Miss Beard. Prin. 

Dearborn Morgan School; prep.: co-ed.: non- 
sect.; David A. Kenedy, Pli. D.. Abby 
B. Morgan, Prins. 

Drake Business College; biiR. and sten'.: eot. 
1806: Charles A. Le Mnster. A. B., Prin. 

Dorr's School, Mrs.; girls' boarding; non- 
sect.; Mrs. Nancy H. Dorr, Prin. 

Newman School, i^he; boys' boarding: R. C. : 
est. 1900; Jesse A. Locke, A. M.. Prin. 

PASSAIC, Passaic Co., pop. 27,777. 
Passaic Collegiate School; prep.: co-ed.: non- 
sect.; Henry N. Dickenson, A. B., Prin. 

PATEBSON. Passaic Co., pop. 105,171. 

Columbia College; bus. and sten.; Geo. Oak- 
ley, Pres. 

McChesney's College; prep, and bus.; co-ed.; 
non-sect.; est. 1884; Dr. C. Eugene Mc- 
Cbesney, Pres. 

Paterson MiliUry School, The; military; non- 
sect.; Lincoln A. Rogers, A. M., Supt. 

Paterson Normal Training School; normal; 
city; co-ed.; Jesse D. Burks, Prin. 

Phillips School, The; bus. and sten.; T. H. 
PhiUips, Pres. 

Starkey's Business College; bus. and sten.; 
est. 1898; Newton B. Starkey, A, M., 
PENNINOTON, Mercer Co., pop. 733. 

Pennington Seminary ; prep. ; co-ed. ; M. E. ; 
est. 18,38: Kev. James William Marshall, 
D. D., Pres. 
PLAINFIELD, Union Co.. pop. 15,369. 

Oroszmann School for Nervous Children; 
prep.; co-ed.; boarding; non-sect.; est. 
1900; Maximilian P. E. Groszmann, Ph. 
D., Prin. 

Leal's School for Boys; boys' boarding; non- 
sect.; John Leal, Prin. 

Plainfleld Business College; bus. and sten.; 
A. S. Herr, Principal. 

Plainfleld Seminary; girls' boarding; non- 
sect.; Miss E. E. Kenyon, Miss L. S. 
Arnold, Prins. 
PBINCETON, Mercer Co., pop. 3.890. 

Princeton Preparatory School, The; boys' 
boarding: non-sect.; J. B. Fine, Prin. 

Princeton University; unlv. ; men; non-sect.; 
est. 1746: Woodrow Wilson, Ph. D., LItt. 
I).. LL. I).. Pres. 

Rand Collegiate School; boys' summer school; 
est. ISOu; Edwin W. Rand, A. M., Prin. 

Theological Seminary of the Preabyterian 
Church; theol.; men; Presb.; est. 1812; 
Rev. Francis L. Patton, LL. D., Pres. 

RED BANK, Monmouth Co., pop. 5.428. 
Calhoun-Chamberlain School, The; girls' 
I)f)iirdlng; non-sect.; Miss Calhoun. Miss 
Chamberlain, Prins. 

SALEM, Salem Co., pop. 5.811. 
Salem Friends' School; prep.; co-ed.; Friends; 
est. 1812; J. F. Waddlugton, M. S.. 
SHOBT HILLS, Essex Co., pop. 306. 
Carteret School; closed. 

Short Hills School, The; prep.: co-ed.; non- 
sect.; Henry F. Twitchell, Headmaster. 

SOUTH ORANOE, Essex Co., pop. 4,608. 

Baldwin & Neldon's School; prep.; co-ed.; 

non-sect.; Miss Alice B. Jackson, A. M., 

Montrose School for Oirls; girls' boarding; 

non-8(»ct.; Mrs. L. L. M. Brj*ant, Prin. 
Seton Hall College; col.; men; R. C; est. 

1856: Rt. Rev. John A. Stafford, Pres. 

SUMMIT, Union Co., pop. 5,302. 
Kent Place School; girls' boarding; non-aect.; 





Un, Mmnh W, rud. ma. 

t— tt AmUmji \0^%* UAxdlAff; fto« net -; 
/•■«• If««i4. ▲. IL. Prln. 

^«p.; Il«ir. JaiftM I. Cftmerou. IL A.. 


TBZVTOV, Ibmr C*., pop. 
Jl«v Jmrnj §*mU MmntMl lehMi; luiniukl: 
•UU; <MHbd.; Junes M. Greco, Pb. D.. 

SdMol's •aaovBMflMst. — The Normal 
HdK^il Is ■ prottuHnuMl School d^Toteil 
t» tlM pr«pflr«tloD of t«acb«n for the 
PoblU; Htrhotfia of New Jenty. ItM course 
lofolire* ft tboroafh knowledce of sab- 
leet'OMttter, the facaltles of mlad. ainl 
kow io to preaeot that subject-matter 
as to ronfrmn to tbe laws of mental de- 
▼el/jpment Tbe Mfidel 8«bool Is a thor- 
oucta Aeademic TralDlng 8«:bool. prepara- 
iifTj to collese. baalnen or tbe draw- 
ing-rooiD. Tbe s<iiooIs are well proTlded 
wltb apparatus for all kinds of wcrk. 

ZM^sm, etc 

tloa. ^acka. cte.. la 

Li the XomuL sad i 
MMMd. CsILtcxsts Schsal; 

ftMrt.: ««:. l»>t: Edwia W. 

baa. a£d sten.; F. B. 
■t. Fnasis CsUacs; bors* 

Bev. Domminl? Beater, D. D., 
Behool of ladastrisl Arts; te«h.: aa 

«-o-4>d.: est. IS^.il: Henry McBrlde. 


WEVOVAH, Gloaosstcr Co., pop. 4ML 
WsDOBsh Militsiy Amd— j; mmtaiy; 
non-sect.; est. 19iM; Stcpbca 
Baron De Hirseh Acriealtaml 

Jewish: men; est. 1S96; Harold H. 
lard. Pb. D.. Soj^t. 
WOODSTOWV, Bslam Co., pop. l,«rL 
Bsoon Aosdsmy; prep; co-ed.; Frtends; 
B. Garrett, Prlo. 


Population, 195,310. School census, 67,242. School age, 5-21. 

New Mexico is the forty-fifth of the states and territories of the Union in 
point of population, having a total of 195,310 inhabitants, of whom 180,207, or 92.3 
per cent, are white. Of this number 13,^1, or 6.8, are foreign born. The percentage 
of illiteracy of the entire population is 15. 


Hiram Hadley, Superintendent of Public Instruction Santa Fc 

Am ADO Chaves, Ass*t Superintendent Public Instruction Santa Fe 


Gov. Herbert J. Hagerman, President Santa Fe 

Hiram Hadley, Supt. Public Instruction, Secretary Santa Fc 

W. G. Tight Albuquerque 

C. M. Light Silver City 

Peter J. Schneider Santa Fc 

Edmund J. Vert Las Vegas 

Luther Foster Mesilla Park 


Address. Snpeiintendent's Name. Address. Districts. 

Bernalillo A. B. Stroup Albuquerque 88 

Chaves J. M. RIed Roswell 38 

Colfax Carl Leffarge Raton 50 

Dona Ana A. J. Fountain Las Cruces 23 

E)ddy M. P. Kerr Carlsbad 24 

Grant Alvan N. White Silver City 34 

Leonard Wood Patricio Qulntana Santa Rosa 36 

Lincoln U. Francis Duff White Oaks 18 

Luna R. B. Lanigran Demlngr 11 

McKlnley L. H. Rudlsllle Gallup 12 

Mora Modesto Garcia Mora 48 

Otero A. J. Smith Alamogordo 30 

Quay MUnor Rudolph Tucumcarl 

Rio Arriba Sllvlano Roybal Tlerra Amarllla 53 

Roosevelt J. S. Pearce Portales 3 

Sandoval Jose Felipe Sllva Bernalillo 6 

San Juan C D. Smith La Plata 25 

San Miguel Lv^andro Lucero Las Vegas 82 

Santa Fe Marcellno Garcia Santa Fe 52 

Sierra Francisco Luna y Garcia Montlcello 17 

Socorro Jose Antonio Torres Socorro 41 

Taos Daniel Slsneros Tuesta 

Torrence Juan C. Jaramlllo Torreon 

Union Ellglo Martinez Logan 28 

Valencia .JenuB C. Sanches Tome 





N«w M«xioo Oollere of Agriculture and 

Meohanio Arts; col.; co-ed.; ncm-Bcct.; 

est. 18S9; Lather Foster, II. S., Pres. 
ALBUQUERQUE, Bamalillo Co., pop. 6.238. 
Albuquerque Business Oollege; bos. and sten.; 

est. 1901; George S. Rsmsay, Prln. 
Albuquerque Indian School: Govt, industrial 

school for Indians; co-ed.; est. 1880; 

James K. Allen, Supt. 
■t. Vincent Academy; girls* boarding; R. 0.; 

est. 1882; Sister Angela Murphy, Prin. 
UaiTMrsity cf Kew Mexico; unlT.; co-ed.; 

ter; est. 1892; W. G. Tight. Pres. 
LAS OBUOES, Donna Ana Go., pop. 1,200. 
Visitation Academy; girls* boarding; R. C.; 

Sister M. Albertina. 
LAS VEGAS. San Miguel Go., pop. 8.552. 
De La Salle Institute; prep.; men; R. G.; 

est. 1889; Brother Arthemlan, Pres. 
Mew Mexico Normal University: normal; 

state; co-ed.; Edmund J. Vert, Pres. 
BOSWELL. GhaTcs Go., pop. 2i049. 
New Mexico MiUtary Institute; military; 

non-sect.; Col. James W. Willaon, Supt. 
SANTA FE, Santa Fe Go., pop. 6.008. 
Allison School: girl's boarding; Presb.; eat 

1A66: M. Bertha Leadlngham. Supt. 
Loretto Academy; girls' boarding; B. O.; 

Sister H. Lucia, Prin. 
St. Michael's Gollege; boys* boarding; B. 0.; 

Brother E. Lewis, F. S. C Pres. 
U. S. Indian Industrial School; GoTt. In- 
dustrial school for Indians; co-ed.; est. 

1891; C. J. Crandall, Supt. 
SILVEB GITT, Grant Go., pop. 2,786. 
Normal School of New Mexico; normal; 

state; co-ed.; G. H. Light. Ph. D., Prea. 
SOGOBBO, Socorro Go., pop. 1.512. 
New Mexico School of Mines; min.; men; 

state; est. 1889; Charles BoUin Keyea. 

A. 11.. Ph. D., Prea. 


Population, 7,268,012. School census, 1,806,940. School age, 5-18. 

New York is the first state of the Union in point of population, having a total 
of 7,268,012 inhabitants, of whom 7,156,881, or 98.5 per cent, are white. Of this 
number, 1,889,523, or 26 per cent, are foreign born. The percentage of illiteracy of 
the entire population is 5.5 per cent, the state ranking nineteenth in this respect. 
The educational system of the state is as follows : 


Andrew S. Draper, State Commissioner of Education Albany 


Regents of the University of the State of New York: 

Term of Office. 

Whitelaw Reid, Chancellor^ New York City 1913 

St. Clair McKelway, Vice-Chancellor^ Brooklyn 1906 

William Nottingham, Syracuse 1907 

Daniel Beach, Watkins 1908 

Eugene A. Philbin, New York City 1909 

Charles A. Gardiner, New York City 1910 

Edward Lauterbach, New York City 191 1 

T. Guilford Smith, Buffalo 1912 

Pliny T. Sexton, Palmyra 1914 

Charles S. Francis, Troy 1915 

LuciAN L. Shedden, Plattsburg 1915 

Andrew S. Draper, State Commissioner of Education Albany 

Howard J. Rogers, First Assistant Commissioner 

Edward J. Goodwin, Second Assistant Commissioner 


None. Duties all performed by Commissioner of Education. 

None. Selection of text-books left to local school authorities. No state super- 


None. Local reading circles. 

The state has 717 public libraries, more than a thousand school libraries, and 
more than a thousand traveling libraries, thus carrying to 95 per cent of her people 
the benefits of the best books of all time, free to the reader. 
James M, Edsall, President 8418 Bay Parkway, Brooklyn 


Richard A. Searing, Secretary 478 Alexander St, Rochester 

W. H. Benedict, Treasurer 508 West Third St., Elmira 

F. D. BoYNTON, Superintendent of Exhibits Ithaca 


Address. Commissioner's Name. Address. Comity. 
Albany R. Clinton Bagrley South Bethlehem 186,571 

>fyron Filkins ;^est Berne 

Carrell Coon Altamont 

Allegany J. Servlus Smith Huire 41,601 

John D. Jones Cuha 

Broome J. Edward Hurlburt Port Crane 69,148 

Erwln B. Whitnefy Chenango Forks 

Cattaraugus Squire C. Hayden Frankllnvllle 66,641 

Edward A. Stratton Great Valley 

George E. Waller Little Valley 

Cayuga Herbert T. Morrison Weedsport 66*284 

George W. Atwatcr Moravia 

Chautauqua Pratt E. Marshall Sherman 88,814 

Charles W. Whitney Fredonla 

• Judson S. Wright Falconer 

Chemung Gould J. Little Van Btten 64.061 

Chenango E. Everett Poole Uncklaen Center 86,568 

Delos Van Woert Afton 

Clinton Oliver A. Wolcott Keesevllle 47,486 

Wm. George Graves Plattsburg 

Columbia Randall N. Saunders Korth Germantown ...48,211 

William P. Darrow Chatham 

Cortland John H. Murray Cortland 27jnf 

Ernest W. Chllds Homer 

Delaware Prank L. Ostrander Masonvllle 46,418 

Matthew H. Sanford Bovina Center 

Dutchess Frederick E. Benedict fillings 81,670 

William R. Tremper Rhlnebeck 

Erie John H. Meahl Sloan 488,686 

William E. Pierce Wllllnk 

William E. Bensley Sprlngvllle 

Essex Sfldney E. Madera ^sex 80,707 

Freeman C. Pond Port Henry 

EYanklin Addis K. Botsford Malone 42,868 

Alexander Macdonald St. Regis Falls 

Fulton Clarence E. Van Buren Uayfleld 42.849 

Genesee Charles W. Stickle Batavia 84.661 

Greene William H. Anderson Athens 81,478 

Leslie A. Tompkins Coxsackie 

Hamilton Charles B. Hanley Wells 4,917 

Herkimer Daniel N. Boynton Newport 61,0ii 

Arthur J. Rose East Schuyler 

Jefferson Charles M. Pierce Adams 76,748 

D. D. T. Marshall Pedwood 

William J. Linnell Backet Harbor 

Lewis Daniel H. O'Brien Constableville 27,427 

Harry J. Henry Copenhagen 

Livingston Scott L. McNInch Conesus 87,068 

Ralph J. Cranmer jDansville 

Madison Irving S. Sears Madison 40,546 

Isaac N. Clements Pazenovia 

Monroe James A. Harris Penfleld 217,864 

Fred W. Hill Spencerport 

Montgomery Arthur ^V. Smith St. Johnsville 47.488 

Nnssau Jnmos S. Cooley Glen Cove 86.448 

Niagara r-hnrlos Parker JR. F. D. 6. Lockport... 74,861 

Wllllnm D. Wlaner Ransomville 

Oneida Rav P. Snyder Stittvllle 188,800 

William J. Lewis Westmoreland 

Ervln W. Clans Durhamville 

Frank E. NIeas Boonvllle 

Onondaga \fanfnrd D. Green Liverpool 167,786 

Charles W. Lannlng East Onondpga 

George T. Fuggle Jamesvllle 





Ontario . 

Commissioner's Name. 

Pop. of 

Address. Oounty. 

. John H. Stephens Clifton Springs 49.G05 

Albert C. Aldridge Victor 

Orange George W. Flood Highland Falls 108,869 

William P. Kauf mann Port Jervis 

Orleans John M. Brown R. F. D. 1, Holley.... 30.164 

Oswego Warren S. Gardner Minetto 

Wlllard C. Richards Parish 

Herman W. Kandt Altmar 

Otsego Floyd S. Lowell Bchenevus 48,939 

Walter J. Multer Oneonta 

Putnam James H. Brooks Garrison 13.787 

Rensselaer Benjamin W. File Raymertown 121,697 

Edwin S. Comstock Nassau 

Rockland Herman T. Hopper Monsey 

St. Lawrence William T. Clark Hailesboro 89,083 

Forrest H. Gibbons Russell 

Albert J. Fields JVinthrop 

Saratoga Edward S. Coons Ballston Springs 

William W. Bates Corinth 

Schenectady James Wingate Princetown 46.852 

Schoharie William H. Long Gilboa 26,854 

"W ilder S. Beard Box 26, Jefferson 

Schuyler Jane Mae Haring Watkins 

Seneca Wilmer S. Wilson Ovid 28,114 

Steuben Daniel F. Hiler Prattsburg 82,822 

Fred J. Smith Addison 

Leslie A. Baker Howard 

Suffolk Charles H. Howell Riverhead 77,682 

Dr. Edwin S. Moore Bayport 

Sullivan James Hall .Narrowsburg 82,906 

Henry J. Knor Livingston Manor 

Tioga Oscar Granger Oswego 27,961 

Tcmpklns Edward W. Updike Trumansburg 

Hattie K. Buck North Lansing 

Ulster Edmund M. Wilbur Saugerties 88,422 

Melvin G. Rhodes Port Bwen 

Thomas G. Perry Kerhonkson 

Warren Frank M. Starbuck Glens Falls 29,943 

Hon. James L. Fuller North Creek 

Washington Grant J. Tefft Greenwich 

Myra L. Ingalsbe Hartford 

Wayne Ida E. Cosad JVolcott 48,660 

Albert H. McMurray JValworth 

Westchester John C. Rockwell Port Chester 183.376 

Charles H. Cheney White Plains 

George H. Covey Katonah 

Wyoming Ernest D. Jones Wyoming 

Charles C. McCall Bagle 

Tates William H. Savage Rushvllle 


ALBAHT, Albany Co., pop. 94.151. 

Aeadsmy of the Holy Name; prep.; co-ed.; 
R. 0.; Sister II. EUsabeth. Prin. 

Academy of the Saored Heart; girls* board- 
ing; R. 0.; est. 1852; Madame Margaret 
Moran, Superior. 

Albany Academy, The; boys* boarding; non- 
sect.; Henry P. Warren, Prin. 

Albany Basiness College; bns. and sten.; Jno. 
B. Camell. Pres. 

Albany College of Pharmacy, Union XTnlver- 
■ity; phar.; ro-ed.; est. 1881; Theodore 
J. Bradley, Ph. G., Sec. 

Albany Famale Academy; girls' boarding; non- 
•ect.; Ester Lonlse Gamp, Prin. 

Albany Law Sohool, Vnloa University; law; 

men; est. 1851; J. Newton Flero, LL. D., 

Albany Medical College, Union University; 

med.; rog. ; men; est. 1888; Willis Q. 

Tucker. M. D., Registrar. 
Cathedral Academy; prep.; boys; R. G.; Rev. 

J. P. O'Connor, Pres. 
Christian Brothers' Academy; boys' boarding; 

R. 0.; Rev. Brother Jerome, Prin. 
Female Academy of the Saored Heart; girls* 

boarding; R. 0.; Madame M. Moran, Prin. 
Holy Cross Academic School; prep.; co-ed.; 

R. G.; Sister Theobalda. 
Kew York State Library School; library; 

co-ed.: nonsect. ; est. 1887; E. H. Ander- 
son. Director. 





Vew York State Normal OoUege; normal; 
state; co-ed.; WilUam J. Milne. Ph. D.. 
LL. D., Pres. 

St. A^es' School; girls' boarding; P. E.; 
est. 1870; Miss C. R. Seabury. Prln. 

St. Joseph's Academy; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; 
Brother Anselm, Prin. 

St. John's Academy; prep.; co-ed.; R. C. ; 
Sister Dolores, Superior. 

Union University; schools; Union College. 
Schenectady; Albany College of Phar- 
macy; Albany Law School; Albany Med- 
ical College; Dudley Observatory (for 
ALFRED, Allegany Co., pop. 756. 

Alfred Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; est. 
1836: Earl P. Saunders. A. M.. Prin. 

Alfred Theological Seminary; tbeol. ; co-ed.; 
7th Day Bapt. ; est. 1871; Rev. Arthur 
Main, A. M., D. D.. Pres. 

Alfred University; tol.; eo-cd, : nou-Rcct. ; est. 
1836; Rev. Boothe C. Davis. M. A., Ph. 
D. Pres. 

New York State School of Clay Working and 
Ceramics; department of Alfred Univer- 
sity; Charles F. Binns, M. Sc, Director. 
ALLEGHANY, CatUraugus Co., pop. 2.060. 

St. Bonaventure's College; col.: men; R. C; 
est. 1859; Very Rev. Joseph Butler, 0. 

St. Elizabeth's Academy; girls' boarding; R. 
C; Mother M. Teresa, Prin. 
AMSTERDAM, Montgomery Co., pop. 20.929. 

St. Mary's Catnolic Institute; prep.; co-cd. ; 
R. C; Sister Marcella, Prin. 
ANNANDALE, Dutchess Co., pop. 119. 

St. Stephen's College; col.; men: P. E. ; est. 
1860; Rev. Thomas L. Harris, D. D., 
ANTWERP, Jefferson Co., pop. 920. 

Antwerp High School; prep.; co-ed.; Meth.; 
est. 1852; Albert Tyler Bouck, A. M., 
AUBURN, Cayuga Co., pop. .30,345. 

Auburn School of Business and Shorthand; 
bus. and sten.; est. 1890; Hllaud F. 
Crumb, Pres. 

Auburn Theological Seminary; thcol.; men; 
Presb. : est. 1818; Rev. Georpe B. Stew- 
art, D. D., LL. D., Pres. 
AURORA, Cayuga Co., pop. 555. 

Cayuga Lake Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; Albert Somes. A. M.. Prln. 

Wells College; women; non-seet.: est. 1S68; 
Rev. George Morgan Ward, 1>. D., Pres. 
BATAVIA, Oenesee Co., pop, 9. ISO. 

St. Joseph's Academic School; pn'p. ; co-ed.; 
R. C, Sister M. Helena, Prln. 
BAYFORT, Suffolk Co., pop. 710. 

Shinnacock Summer School of Art; art; ro- 
ed.; est. 1892: DouRlas J. Cunrlab. DI- 
BEDFORD PARK, Station New York. P. 0. 

Ursuline Convent; pirls' boarding; R. C. ; 
Mother M. KIU.-lls. 
BELLEVILLE, Allegany Co., \h>\u 381. 

Union Academy of Belleville; prep.; co-ed.; 
DOD-eect.; Clyde L. Harvey, Prin. 

BEDFORD, Westchester Co., pop. 232. 
Bedford Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 

est. 1809; Alfred D. Partridge, Fret. 
BINGHAMTON, Broome Co., pop. 39.647. 
Barlow School of Industrial Arts; Indus.; co- 
ed.; non-sect.; est. 1896; Vinton 8. Paess- 

ler, A. M., Prin. 
Binghamton School of Bosinsss; bus. and 

sten.; Dr. Jno. F. Riley. Pres. 
Lady Jane Grey School, The; girls' boarding; 

non-sect.; Mrs. Jane Grey Hyde, Frin. 
St. Joseph's Academy; girls' boarding; B. C; 

Sister M. Joseph, Prln. 
BRIDGEHAMFTON, Suffolk Co., pop. 1.894. 
Literary and Commercial Institute; prep.; 

co-ed.: non-sect.; Lewis W. Halleck, Frin. 
BROCKFORT, Monroe Co., pop. 3.398. 

State Normal and Training Sohool; normal; 

state; co-ed.; est. 1867; Charles T. Mc- 

Farlane, 1). Pr.. Pres. 
BRASHER FALLS, St. Lawrenoe Co., pop. 670. 
St. Joseph's Academic School; prep.; girls*; 

R. C; Sister M. Scholastics Oulnan. 
Academy of St. Joseph; girls' boarding; R. 

C'. ; Sister Mary Loretto. 
BROOKLYN. Kings Co., pop. 1.166.S82. 
Adelphi Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 

Horace H. Howe, Prin. 
Adelphi Art School; art; J. B. Whlttsker. 

I)lre('t<>r. Lafayette Ave. 
Adelphi College; col.; co-ed.; non-sect.; est. 

18t)6; Charles H. Levermore, B. A.. Fh. 

D.. Pres.; Lafayette Ave., cor. St. 

James PI. 
American School of Elocution; elo.; est. 

1890; Walter V. Holt, Prin., 345 Clinton 

Bedford Academy ; prep. ; co-ed. ; non-sect. ; 

George Roileman, A. M., Fh. D., Frin., 

03 New York Ave. 
Bedford Institute; prep.; girls; Miss M. T. 

Purdy. Prln., 221 McDonough St. 
Berkeley Institute; girls' boarding; non-sect.; 

Julian W. Abernethy. Ph. D., Frin., 186 

Lincoln PI. 
Blackman's School; bus. and sten.; F. B. 

Hlaoknian. Prln.. 707 Halsey St. 
Bodman School for Girls; girls' boarding; 

non-sect.; Miss Rose M. Bodman, Frin., 

30 Monroe PI. 
Breevort School, The; prep.: co-ed.; non-sect.; 

Adeline M. Kllplng. M. A., Frin., 780 

Nostrand Ave. 
Brookljm College of Music; mus.; E. Adolf 

Whltelaw. Director. 533 Franklin Ave. 
Brooklyn College of Pharmacy; phar.; co-ed.; 

est. 1801: Odrlan Paradls, Ph. G., Fres., 

20r> Nostrand Ave. 
Brooklyn Conservatory of Music; music; co* 

ed.: .'St. 1S07: Adolf Whitelaw, Director. 

W.\:\ Franklin Ave. 
Brooklyn Heights Seminary; girls' day; non- 
sect.: MiHH Ellen Yale Stevens, Frin., 

l.'is Montajrne .St. 
Brooklyn Hill Institute; girls' boarding; wm- 

sect.; B. B. Holmes. Frin.. 428 dOMOo 

OF XHfi UNltfcD Sf At£S ANb CAJV ADA. 



NEW2 0RK. 

Brooklyn Latin School; boys' boarding; non- 
aect.; est. 1883; George D. Uapgood, A. 
M., Prln., 40 Monroe PI. 

Brooklyn Law Bohool; law; men; est. 1901; 
W. Payson Richardson, Dean, 187 Mon- 
tague St. 

Browne's Brooklyn Business College; bus. 
and sten. ; est. 1859; T. R. Browoe 
Prln., 246 Fulton St. 

Brjrant ft Stratton Business School; bus. and 
sten.; est. 1860; W. E. Gifford, Pres. 

OMitral Business School; bus. and sten.; est. 
1902; Charles Edwards, Ph. D., Pres., 
459 Gates Ave. 

Charles Commercial School; bus. and sten.; 
est. 1803; Wm. P. Charles, Pros., 472 
Franklin Ave. 

Claghom's Brjrant ft Stratton Business Col- 
lege; bus. and sten.; C. Claghorn. Pres., 
cor. Fulton and Bedford Aves. 

Female Institute of the VisiUtion; girls' 
boarding; R. C; Sister Phllomeno de 
Cbantal, Prln., cor. 2nd Ave. and 89th 

Friends' School; prep.; co-ed.; Susan P. Peck- 
ham, Prln., 102 Schermerhorn St. 

Froebel Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
est. 1875; Charles N. Chadwlck, M. A., 
Prln., 687 LaFayette Ave. 

Garrett's School for Young Ladies and Chil- 
dren; girls' boarding; non-sect.; Miss M. 
E. Garrott, Prin. 

Grand' Italian Conservatory of Music; mus. ; 
R. E. de Stefan!, Director. 542 State St. 

Hall's School for Girls, Miss; girls' board- 
ing; non-sect.; Miss Clara F. Ilall, Prin., 
60 Monroe PI. 

Hanau College of Music; mus.; Maurice Z. 
Hanau, Director, 44.3 Monroe. 

Heflley School; bus. and sten.; Norman P. 
Heffley, Pres., 245 Ryerson St. 

Hinchcliffe's College of Music; mus.; est. 
1870; A. Hinchcliffe, Director, 2()7 Scher- 
merhorn St. 

Xissick's Business Institute; bus. and sten.; 
est. 1806; W. A. KIssick, Prin., 45 Ash- 
land PI. 

Knapp Mansion School; prep.; ro-id.; M. E. ; 
Bogart, Prin.; 554 Redford Ave. 

Latin School, The; boys; day; non-sect.; Dr. 
Caskie Harrison. M. A., Prin., 40 Mon- 
roe PI. 

Lockwood Academy; prep.; co-ed.; E. J. 
Carr, Prln.. 138 S. Oxford St. 

Long Island Business College; bus. and ston.; 
est. 1872; Henry C. Wright, Pres., 143 
S. 8th St. 

Long Island College Hospital Medical College; 
med. ; reg. ; est. 1800; John D. Rush- 
more, M. D., Dean, cor. Henry & Pacific. 

Maltby Home and Day School, Katherine L.; 
girls; Miss Katherine L. Maltby. Prin.. 
160 Joralemon St. 

Miners' Business Academy; bus. and sten.; 
M. L. Miner. Ph. D., Prin.. 607 Halsey 

MoUenhauer Conservatory of Music; mr.s. : 
est. 1868; Henry Mollenhaucr, Director, 
73 Livingston St. 

nativity Academy; prep.; co-ed.; B. C. Sis- 
ter M. Basil, Prin., 26 Madison St. 

New York Preparatory School; prep.; co-ed.; 
E. R. Pennoyer, Prln., 80 Clarkson St. 

Packer Collegiate Institute; girls' boarding; 
non-sect.; est. 1853; Iruman J. Backus, 
LL. D., Pres., 170 Joralemon St. 

Phelps' Musical Institute; mus.; E. C. 
Phelps, Director, 24 Greene Ave. 

Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn; tech. 
men; non-sect.; est. 1864; Frederick 
W. Atkinson, Ph. D.. Pres., 85 Living 
ston St. 

Polytechnic Preparatory School; prep.; tech 
boys; non-sect.: est. 1855; Francis R, 
Lane, M. A., Pres., 99 Livingston St. 

Pratt Institute; tech.; co-ed.; non-sect.; est. 
1887; Frederick B. Pratt, Sec, 215 Ryer- 
son St. 

Pratt Institute High School; prep.; co-ed. 
non-sect.; Luther Gulick, Prin., 215 By 

Prospect Heights School; boys' boarding 
non-sect.; D. E. Ewald, Prin., 262 Pros- 
pect Ave. 

Bound's School for Girls, Miss; girls' board 
ing; non-sect.; Miss Christina Rounds, 
Prin., 525 Clinton Ave. 

St. Agnes' Seminary; girls; day; Sisters 
Sister M. Cclestine, Superior, 283 Union 

St. Ambrose Academy; girls; day; Sisters 
of St. Joseph, 756 DeKalb Ave. 

St. Catherine's Hall; girls' boarding; P. E.; 
Miss Conro, Prin., 286 Washington Ave. 

St. Francis Academy; prep.; boys'; R. C; 
Brother Raphael, Prin. 

St. Francis College; col..; men; R. C; est. 
1S59; Brother Linus, Pres.. 41 Butler St. 

St. Franois Xavier's Academy; girls' board- 
ins; R. C. ; Sister M. Borgia. 

St. James Academy; boys' boarding; R. C. ; 
est. 1S51; Brother Anselm. F. S. C, 
Prin.. 241 Jay St. 

St. James Commercial School; bus. and sten.; 
B. Cyril. Pres.. 241 Jay St. 

St. John's College; col.; men; R. C; est. 
1870; Rev. latrick McHale. Pres.. Wil- 
loupbby and Lewis Aves. 

St. Thomas Aquinas Academy; prep.; co-ed.: 
R. C; Sister Mary Anna, Prin., 9th. 
cor. of 4th Ave. 

Slack's School of Music; mus.; S. Slack, Di- 
rector, 358 Gates Ave. 

Stem's School of Languages; lang.; S. M. 
Stern. Director. 177 Montague St. 

Teale's School of Stenography and Languages; 
sten. and lang.; Oliver H. Teale. Pres., 
121 Court St. 

Training School for Teachers; normal; state; 
co-ed.; John Gallagher, Pres.. 1483 Pa- 
cific Ave. 

Upton's School for Girls, Miss; girls; day; 
Miss Upton, Prin., 346 Clinton Ave. 





▼•Umoo BelMMl of Laiignag— ; lansuases; est. 

1890; S. Fablen de Yelatco. Director. 283 

B^ermerfaom St. 
Whitoomb'i Bcbool, XiM; fflrls; day; MIm I. 

P. Wliltcomb, Prln.. 60 Bemwen St. 
Wood'f Brooklyn School; bos. and sten.; est. 

ISWe; F. B. Wood. Jr.. Prln.. Broadway 

and Bedford Ave. 
BBUSHTOV, FranUiB Co., pop. 686. 

St. Philomona's Aeademio School; fflrra 

boarding; R. C; Marj Raphael. Slater 

BUFFALO, Erie Co., pop. 362.387. 
BryaBt-StrattOB Bnaineaa Colloffe; boa. and 

aten.; J. C. Bryant, Prea., 05 W. Genesee. 

Buffalo Academy of the Saored Heart; girls' 

boarding; R. C; SUter M. Leonard. Prln.. 

740 Washington. 
Buffalo Seminary, The; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; Jessica B. Beera. Prln.. 605 DeU- 

ware Ave. 
Buffalo City Training School for Teachera; 

Buffalo Lutitnte of Technology: closed. 
Buffalo Law School, University of Buffalo; 

law; co-cd.; est. 1887; Carlos C. Alden, 

LL. M.. Dean. 033 Ellieott Sq. 
Buffalo Stata Normal School; normal; state; 

co-ed.; Jamea M. Cassety. Ph. D., Pres.. 

Jersey, near NormaL 
Canisiua Colloga; coL; men; R. C.;. est. 

1870; Aloysiua J. Pfell. S. J.. 651 Wash- 
Franklin School, The; girls' boarding; non- 

aect.; William Nichols. Prln., 146 Park 

German Martin Lather Seminary; theol.; 

men.; Luth.; J. N. Graban, Pres. 
Haathcoto School; boys' boarding; non-sect.; 

Lester Wheeler. Prln., 621 Delaware Ave. 
Holy AjBgels' Academy; girls' boarding; R. 

C; est. 1857; Sister Stanislaus, Prln., 

t2r) Porter Ave. 
Holy Angels Collegiate Institute; prep.; R. 

C; Michael F. Fallon, Pres. 
Hurst's Private School; bus. and sten.; S. G. 

Hurst, Pres.. 423 Mooney Bldg. 
Institute of Sisters of St. Joseph; girl's 

boarding; R. C; Sister Mary A. Burke, 

St. Bridget's Academic School; prep.; ro-ed. ; 

R. 0.; Rev. James A. Lanigan. Pres. 
St. Margaret's Sohool; girl's boarding; P. E.; 

est. 1855; Mrn. Helen U. Van Winkle, 

Prln.. 664 Frsnklln St. 
St. Mary's Academy and Industrial Female 

Sohool; glrl'n boarding; R. C; Mary C. 

Ilondrlrk, Prln. 
State Normal Sohool; nor.; co-ed.; state; est. 

1871; Jumes M. Cassety. A. M.. Pb. D., 

St. Joseph's Collegiate Institute; boys' board- 
ing; R. C; Brother Pomplan, Prln., 1238 

St. Margaret's Sohool; girls' boarding; non- 
sect.; Miss E. Currlc Tuck, Prln., 664 

St. Mary's Academy; girls' boarding; non- 

S4>ct.; Mary Hanley, Prln., 68-74 Frank- 
ITniTarsity of Buffalo; schools: College of 

Pharmacy; DenUl Departmeat; Meilcal 
Department: Chaa. P. Norton, A. B.. 
UalToraity of Buffalo, CoUag a af BkanHMy; 
phar.: co-ed.; est. 1886; Wmia O. Orec- 
ory. H. D.. Dean. 
Vaiversity of Buffalo, Boutal Dapavtaaat; 
dent.; co-ed.; eat. 1801; Geo. B. Snow. 
D. D. S.. Dean, Goodrich, near Main. 
ITniveraity of Buffalo, Madiaal Pa yMtaa aat; 
med.; reg.; co-ed.; eat. 184S; MattlUfW 
D. Mann. A. M.. M. D.. Dean, 24 High 
CANANBAIGVA, Ontario Co., pop. 6.151. 
Granger Plaoe School; girls* boarding; bod- 
aect.; Samuel Cole Falrley, A. B., Prln. 
CANTON, St. Lawraaco Co., pop. 2.787. 

Clinton Liberal Inatituta; prep.; co-ed.; 

Univ.. Almon Gunniaoo. Pres. 
St. Lawrence ITnivarsity; coL; co*«d.; UnlT.; 
eat. 1858; Almon Gnnnlaon. D. D., Ptm. 
CABMEL, Putnam Co., pop. 688. 

Drew Seminary for Young Woman; girl's 
boarding; M. E.; D. H. Hanaburi^ A. 
M.. Prin. 
CARTHAGE, Jefferaon Co., pop. 2.88S. 
Auguatinian Inatituta; prep.; co-ed.; B. O.; 
Sister Mary Beatrice. Prin. 
CATSKILL, Greene Co., pop. 6,484. 

St. Patrick's Acadamy; prep.; boya; B. O.; 
Rev. William P. Fitzgerald, Prca. 
CAZENOYIA, Madiaon Co., pop. 1,819. 
Cazenovia Seminary; prep.; co-ed.; Meth.; 
Francis D. Blakesley, Prln. 
CHAPPAaVA, Westchester Co., pop.. 733. 
Chappaqua Mountain Institute; prep.; co-ed.; 
Friends; Albert R. Lawton, Prln. 
CHATTTAVQirA, Chautauqua Co., pop.. 328. 
Chautauquan Institution; correspondence and 
summer school; co-ed.; non-sect.; esL 
1874; Dr. George E. Vincent, Prln. 
Hawley's Preparatory School; removed to 
Pittsburg. 1901. 
CHATHAM, ColumbU Co., pop. 2.018. 
Whiteman's Telegraph School; bus. and sten.; 
Frank Whlteman. Pros. 
CLIFr^AVEN, Clinton Co., pop. 22. 
Catholic Summer School of America; summer 
8<hool: co-ed.; R. C; est. 1^2; Rev. 
John Talbot Smith, Pros. 
CLInToN, Oneida Co., pop. 1.340. 
Clinton Preparatory School; boys; prep.; J. B. 

Wheeler. A. M.. Prln. 
Hamilton College; col.; men; non-sect.; est. 
1R12; Rev. M. Woolsey Stryker, D. D., 
LL. D.. Pres. 
Houghton Seminary; girls' boarding; non- 
sect.: A. G. Benedict, A. M., Prtn. 
COHOIS. Albany Co., pop. 23.010. 

St. Bernard's Academy; prep.: co-ed.; B. O.; 

Rev. Thomas S. Keveiiy, Prln. 
St. Patrick's Aeademio School; prep.; bogrs; 
R. C: Rev. P. J. Brady, Pres. 
COLLEGE POINT, aueens Co., pop. 6,127. 
Popponhusen Institute; bus. and sten.; est. 
1869: Wm. Harper, A. M., Supt. 
pop. 1,000. 








Cornwall H«i«liti &fili«Qlr twrt' boirdlns; con* 
Beet.: ^st. ISflTl Gnrloa B. StOae* Pli, 

OoTnvnJl Migh ^haol; prtp. ; noD-cect.; co- 
ed, i e»l. 3800; H. C. Wdodwoi-th^ Prln, 

K«w Tftfk MiUtuT JL^adBOi jr | mlUtarrj moa- 
sect,; 3«I>Aift]ikn O. Joii«ft» Prtn. 

Btat* NQrmftl mad TtBlnliif Bahoftl; iiprmut. 
■Ute; ci>-(»d. ; Franeli J. Chenejr, Pret* 

C0STI.A3rD, CortUnd G&., pofi. 9,4>14. 

Cortlmud Buiiueii Inititvte; baa. nnd ateo.; 
est. 181*4; Ltmii B. l^dgeconib. Prei. 

Gu£f!i]t D* HDlmei» PHo. 

BEKMABK« L«wU Co., pop. 100. 
AohTilk F*rm Bolii»t; I'loi^d. 

B0BB8 YZRTLY, Wflitoh«9tftr Co,, |K>p. 2,8S$. 
Soixdiag and Dar Bolii>aL; fftrlii" b^rdtng^;^ 

riou-tcict. : The MIbsci Mast&ra, PHda. 
■t. Mmtihaw*! MlUtur icboi^l; mlL; bojs^ 
boardlDff; p. B. ; Held Itaiter, 

D07EB. PLAljgg. I>utohei* C<i.» pop, 862. 
Sor^r FUIju AtHid«mjr! prep.; co-e^.; non- 
■eet. i A. E. Banff, FfJn. 

DITKKIRK, CLaittAuiiM Co., pop. 11. a 10. 
fit. Mmrr'i Middl« Aoadamlo iohool^ prep.; 
co-fd,: B. C; St. Aifdt't Joacpji, Prln, 

E4fir SFE£HGFIEXJ>« Otiefo Co., pup. IDO. 
lAit B^iarfleld Acadftcn?^ prep, j tiivd-; non 
atut. ; Rsiidulph F. CLur^. Prln. 

LLBBISOH^ OnoiidiLE^A Cup, pop. DIO. 

n.Mj HHHt.; Uiter G. Tumey, Prln, 

£IJ[IRA, Cbemimff Cfi^, pop. ES.BTa. 

Elmira CoU«tft for WomiB; t*^!.; tromen: 
Preib.; tat. isa5: Ak^xaiider C. Mac- 
KfDsle, D. D., f.L, 0., Pm. 
Kmin Bfllmol «f GomBrnw; tins, and sten.; 

Waraet'a BusinuBt BdIi&oI; bua. aod iteo.; eit. 
1868; Avisustna J. Warner, Prca. 

F19BSILL*0ir''l:H£-BTmB0lf, Dutohua Ca.* 

pop, 3.673. 

Movmt BaHwm Itllitarx Ac&daiay; mttitarj; 

EUHi^KCt.; C<iL Vam B3. 8tolb?Aiid, Prln, 

School tot Boy 11 iKiyii' buardlne; p. 

; BeaJ. Lee Wlltoti* Pf(ii* 

Que«ni Co. 
UnaMuf Inttituto; boyi$' boardlnf; con-aect.: 

Ell a J FstlrehnJ, Pfln. 
Ejl* HiUtuir loatfttit*; mitltarr; jioa^Kc£.: 

Pml Kjle, Prln. 

FO&JlfiAli, Btmtloii How Tork p. 0. 

Bti Jolm't Co11hk«; col.; meu; R, C; Bov« 
Jolm J. €oltliifl, Prea. 

rOBT EBWABI), WMhinrton Co., i»p» B,521. 
Fort £d«»rd €oU«ffiatfl Itiitituta; prep.; boyai 
n<m-9ect*: Josc^pb E. Kliif, Prln. 

FOET ri^TK, MontBomoTT Oo.» pop, 2,441. 
CUtLtofi Ltb«»l Inatitnto; baroed^ ecidowtQ«tit 
mf>r^d witb St. Lawrence Utdfvriltfi 
Caaeon, N^ Y. 

FBANKLDf, BftUware Co.» pa^. 472. 

BalAwarq Lit«fary I&atlttiia^ prep.; n>«d.$ 
non-aect.; U. J. Multer. B. S.. Prlo. 

FEAKKLOTYILLE, Gattarauru Co.* pop. 1,380. 
T»a Broflck Ftab Academy; prep,; co^ed.; 
luin-BciLt.: Ha ml Hon Terry, Fret. 

FBEBOHIA, CbaiiUuqu* Co., pop. 4. 127. 

Btata Komial uid Traiuiflc BoJiooU normal; 
■tate; co-ed. r Fraacla B, Palmer, Pb. D,« 

OABBEir CTTY, Haiuii Co.* pop. S81. 
att Mary' a CatliQdral &:booh girW boardlnf; 

P. E.; Mlaa A mile S. Gibsoo. I*r(u, 
Bt. Paul" ft Catbedr*! School; boy a* bonrdlni; 

F« !&,', Frederick L. Oomago. A, M., Prla. 

GEKEBEO* Livl»ffiton Co^, pop. 2,400. 

Qaneaeo Btata Hormal BahooU HDrmftt; slatej 
coed.; John M. Milne. Fb. D,. Frea. 

HEKETA, QAtano Co.^ pop. 10.433. 

Barclay" a Buvlnaaa Inatitnte and School of 

Short hand ; bun. aud aten.; ent IBOt; B. 

C JtBrriay, Prln. 
D* Lauoey School; ftrl'a boarding; P. B.T 

Mary E. Smart, Proa. 
OoDOTa BualDOBi Tratniag' Inatltute; bua. and 

eat. mm: AisbN E. Ma<?ltey, Prea. 
Bohart Oollete^ col; men; P. E.; est. 182S; 

Rev. Laaidon 0. Stewardaon. LL. 0,i 


GLEN COTE, Ifaaiau Oe,* pop. 3,700. 
Frlands Aoadomyi prep,; co-od^; rrlendi; W. 
E. Wimta. Sec. 

GLEKS FALLS, Wa*r«i Co., pop. 12,813. 
Qlmn FalLi Aoademy; prep.; M-ed.; doo- 

aeet.; A. 8. Cox. FfSu. 
Halfsy'a Bualu^aa Zn«tltaU; Ima. and aten.; 

J. W. Hal<*y. Prc«. 
St, Hary'a AoadAmy; girl a" boardlnt; B. C; 

Sl^pter M, Flnrentlne. 

GLOVEBSVILLE, Fulton Co., pop, 18,349. 
Glove rarLlle Buainoai Bohool; bus. and atea.; 
U. Q. Ptttteraon and A, A. Burr, pr«a. 

GOSHEH. OT*flt« Co., pop. 2,S2e, 
Bt. Jobn'a Aoadomic Sohe^l; pr^p.; boja; B. 
C. ; RifF. P. J, Mahoney, Fr«. 

UAHtLTaK* Madiaoa Co.; pop. I,S^. 
Col^te Aoadamy; boy a' t>oiirdlnji; 
Frnnk L. Sbepardaon, Prln. 

Colgato UiiiT#rtity 1 coL; men; Bapt.; eal. 
ISIO: Rev. Gei>Tfle Edmanda UerrlU, B. 
D.. LL. D-. Prta. 

Hamtltos Tbeelofleal SBrain«.rT» Coltata Ubt- 
vnrally; theel.; men; Bapt-l B«Yt Q. E. 
Merrill. ». D., LL. D.. Prea. 

HABTWICS SEMIUABY, Ctaeffo Ct„ pop. 134. 
HArtwlok Semlaary; prep.; eo-ed, : Lntb.; J. 
O. Traver, A, U., Prtn. 




r^EW roMK. 

jUSMPBTEAD, L. L. £r»HU Co., pa[i. 3.582. 
H«mpitfrAd Inttitutian ; bayb' ttgartiiug; tioii- 
Rmt: Ephralm Hinds, A. M.. Prln. 
HOSNELLSVLLLE. Bteuben Co., (H>p. 11,913. 
HornelliviJJe BusineiB And &hort33&[]id Bohool: 
bus. lud At4?a.: C. B. WlllBrd, Prea. 
HOGJ^BBU&G, FmnklLa Co., piip. I^^. 
HoK&nibur^ Academy: prep.; co-cd.; aon- 
tuHL; Mwrj F. McGarr^ Prln, 
HQOBICX FALLS, Seaftulur Co.« pop. ff,OTl. 
8t. Kftxy't Aeidemy; gLrFs boarding; E. C; 

Fraiit'U ittt'fudor, Prlti. 

HTTDSOK. Colirnibia Co., pop. 0,029. 

Bt. Muy'i Aca^dnmy; glrlB tHjurdliig; It. C; 
Kl'vv jH!H|ih IL FiUpi^nild. Pre*. 
laVDIGTOK^OK^THE^HinJEDH, WftitqhaiUr 
Co.» pop. 2,231, 
B«im«tt'i Bobool for GirU* Mias; filrl* board- 
ing; riofi-BPct. J Muy i?\ Bennett, Prliu 
CatmopoUtu) UniTorBtty; clo^d. 
[THAOA, Tompkma Co., pop, 13.130. 
CiLAi3adiIl& Bdhoah bu^«' buArdlog; Qon-sect.; 
eftC, lS7a; Ctittft. V. Parfc-ll. A. li,. Frlii. 
ComeU 11iil¥«Tiit|F: uulv** <M»-pd ; onn-aert.; 
eat 1808; Jatgrb Gould Brhiirmiin, D. Se., 

Cornell UniTonity, C^olIaffD of Affriflultun] ; 

flgrl^; men; Lll>prtr U, iliillej* Deaa. 
Cornell IJDiiroriLty, Colisffe fit Arfihlteotuf is ; 

ti^cli*; men: non-ai^c-t. + Clnrence A^ Mar- 
tin, Profciaor Ui rbBrge. 
OonieU iToiTeratty, Colkse of €lTil En^- 

n«rinff; toib.; men; non-se^'t*; Cbarli?B 

Lee CfAuAitU, Pn>feaaor in cburBf;. 
Cornalil UniTeiriitT, Collago of L*w; liAw: eo- 

ed.; fat, 1S8T; Krjn-st W, HnrTcutt, De*n. 
UbftOA High Sohool; boya* prep.; non-sec^t: 

est. 1&74; F. 1>, Hoy n ton, Prin. 
Kaw York &tiit« TetorintifT College st Cor* 

Dull tTmTirtity; ?tt. ; men; tst, 18WJ; 

Jamea La* Prea, 
Sibloy OoUegfi of Meoliuiioii] EnfflniHiTinff *nd 

Hoohi^nlo Arti, Cornell VniTflriityj tech.; 

meii; no»-»«fCt. ; Albert W. Smith, M. M, 

E.. I^em. 
ITniTetraity Fnpmimtorr School » Tim; hoy a' 

boarfllag; non-aeet. ; Chnrlf^a D, Stiles, 

WyakoJf Fhoaogmpbio Inatituta, Thct; bui. 

nnd Blen. ; Mni-y A. Adgttt. Pre*. 

JAMAICA, QuMtiA Co., pup. 

J«iiiiiioik StAta Kormftl School* nortrntl; atntFt: 

oo-ed.: Archibald C. M. McLnehtau, Pla. 

J>., Pres* 

JAMESTOWN. Chauti-uqu* Co,, pop. 22,592, 
Tha Jftmeitown Buaioflit Colltif«t l>ua. Qn^ 
iiten,; n. B. V. Porter, pres, 
K£E8£7nX£, Eaiox Co., pop. 2.110, 
MoAuley Academy; prep.; eo-ed.l E. C. ; Siw- 

trr Mnry .^Ii:;Atjlt>% Superior. 
St. StftoJiUuB AcAdemy; prep.; eo-ed.r R. C, i 
^sL ISffS; Ituv. M. ChJirbobUeaii. Pi'Ib, 

KEKWOOD. MmdUon Co,, pnp. GIO. 

fflmUA Aai^domy of Sftcrftd Hemrtt glrVa 
boftrdlitg: H. €.; Madam Margaret 
Moran, Superior. 
KEUKA PABK, Yatoa Co., pop. 45. 

Heuka CcllogA luid Inetitutv; col, and prep.; 


e*>i'd.; nun-eect.; e*l, 1S»2; Rev. John 
Chfjater Ball, Prt^B. 
EIHaSTON, Ukter Co., pop. 24,535. 
SpBoe^r'A Biuimeaa School; bus. and flten.; 
est ISSS^; ChEtrles L, Kelly and Jallti 
J. Aloran. Pflne. 
LAKEMCNT, Y&t«a Co., pop.. 150. 
Falmer Inititute-Stukey Bftniinary; prep. ^ 
co-i*d.; Christian; Majtjii Sommerhell, 
D, IK, Fns, 

So]iooL''a ftnocuncemant, — Homo School for 
boys and elrta from 13 jrears to !Ki, ^^(^- 
par^a for Cornell. Vaaaar and heat coU 
loges. Hlgb-smde Inatrctetloa In Art; 
Ainale, Tm-al and InatrdmentAl; B^prea- 
aion^ and ComtnePrlal Braticbea, Country 
air and life ftllh beat health reeord- Too 
teachers, nit apL-clnllata In tlu^Ir depart- 
ments. Ratea very moderate, 
LIMA. Livingston Co., pop. 9-10. 

C«ne«efl Wealeynn CcmniflioUl fis^ftol; bdjg 
and ateu.; eat, 1B33; H. J. ChipmB}]. 
6«ne«ae Waaleyaji Seminary; prc^p.; co-ed.; 
M. K., eat. ISHii; Uet, La Fayette Cong- 
diWi. Ph. D., Prln. 
LITTLE FALLS, Herkimer Co,, pop. lo,381. 
St. Hary'i Academy! ctrl'A boarding; R. C; 
Rev. Wllllfim H. White. 
LOCKPQET, NlagHn Co., pop. 1Q,5S1. 
Lookport BuaineiB XnilLtute; bns. and ateti^: 

J. FranliUn Uyjin, Prea. 
Bt, Jcioph'a Aoad«my a.tid Indiutrimi FabuIa 
School pi-ep. ; ca-ed. ; R. C; Sister An- 
toulnr Prln. 
LOCTTST VALLEY, K»u«u Co., pop. 530. 
F Honda' A»dflmy; prt-p, ; eo-ed.; Frleuda; 
A, DavU Jack son. Prln. 
LOWVILLE^ Lowia Cc, pop. 2.352. 

LqwUId Aondfimy ; pri^i^; co-cd.; tloaHif^ft.t 
\Vm. H. Perry, Ph. D., Prln. 
MACEDOH OE^TTER, Wi.yno Co., pop. 172. 
Maoadon Addamy; mi-rged Into Union FriK 
Pub it c M.lKjHiL 
MALONE, Franklin Co,, pop. 6,035. 

Bt, JoiMiph'a Academy; pr«»p.| girli; R. C.^ 
Mr>thiT M, Ckment. 
MAKLIUS, Onondagft COt, pop. 1,21&. 

St. John* a Military School; military; P. B.; 
Wm. Vcrbock, Frln. 
MARION, Wayne Co.. pop. SlO. 

Marion Gollegiaio Inatituto; prep.^ co-ed.; 
[LonaecL; Lewi a Ooai^^a Clark. A. B., Prln. 
MIBDLETOWK, 0»nfft Co., pop. 14,522. 

Rajnadall School oF BoaLneaa; bnt. and sten.; 

rfit. imT^i WllUiim V. Ranifldall, Prist* 
ITrtuUno Academy; glrli** boArdlnfi; E,^ Cl e«t. 
LHC".: aiuJlirr W- UrsuLi. Prln. 
HOMEQAN, WeBtchavtftr O0,. pop. ST. 

BilUng'a Schiiol, Hisa; g1rl'« hoarding: oan* 
jtr^rt ; cat. I8U0; Mlaa Lonlae BllUngs. 

MONTOUR FALLS, SohtiyUr Co.. pop. 1,103, 
Cook Acadomy, The; prep,; co^ed.; Bapc.; 
ewt. 1ST2; Arthur H. Norton, B. B., 





Bh«niiAa'f BosineM CoUeg«; bus. and sten.; 

est. 1894; Charles F. Sherman, Prop. 
8t« Josa^'a Aoademio School; prep.; co-ed.; 

R. C; Sister Mary Seraphlne. 

VEW BEIOHTOV, Biohmond Co., pop. 

Botsford School for Girls; girls' boarding; 

non-sect.; L. H. Botsford, Prin. 
Staten Xsland Aoademj, The; prep.; co-ed.; 
non-sect.; Frederick E. Partington, A. M.. 

NEWBUKO, Orange Co., pop. 24.943. 

Xackie's School; girls' boarding; non-sect.; 
Miss Eleanor J. Mackie, Prin. 

Mount St. Mary's Academy; girls' boarding; 
R. C; Sister M. Emmanuel, Prin. 

Siglar S<Aool, The; boys' boarding; non-sect.; 
Henry W. Siglar, Prin. 

Spenoerian Institute of Business and Short- 
hand; bus. and sten.; E. M. Turner, 
NEW PALTZ, XHster Co., pop. 1,002. 

State Normal School; nor.; co-ed.; state; 
est. 1884; Myron T. Scudder. A. B., A. 
M., Pres. 
NEW BOCHELLE, Westchester Co.. pop., 

College of St. Angela; col.; women; R. C; 
est. 1904; Mother M. Irene. Superior. 

TTrsulinc Academy, "The Castle"; girls' board- 
ing; R. C; est. 1897; Mother M- 
Aloysius, Prin. 
NEW YOBK, New York Co., pop. 3.437,202. 

Academy of Mt. St. Ursula; girls' boarding; 
R. C; est. 1854; Mother Mary Fldells, 

Academy of Mount St. Vincent; girls' board- 
ing.; R. C; est. 1847; Slstor M. Cor- 
delia. Directress, Mt. St. Vincent. 

Allen School for Boys; boys' boarding; non- 
sect.; Francis Bellows Allen, Prin., 425 
Madison Ave. 

All Sainta Academic School of Manhattan; 
prep.; co-ed.; R. C; Julia T. F'f«- 
pntrick, Prin. 

American Academy of Dramatic Arts; dzuma; 
co-ed.; est. 1884: Franklin H Sargent. 
Pres., Carnegie Hall. 

American College of Musicians; nr f'.^; co-ed.; 
William B. Walt, Seoretar' 

Art Students' League of New Ysrk; art; est. 
1875; Louis David Vaniant, Pres. 
215 W. 57th St. 

Associate School of Music; mns.; est. 1899; 
Hllbert Wllbcr Green, Director, 489 5th 

Barnard College; wa tan's college of Colum- 
bia University; n vsect.; est. 1899; Miss 
Laura Drake Gil T>ean, 119th St. and 

Barnard School for Boys; prep.; boys; non- 
sect.; est. 1886; William Livingston Ha- 
sen, B. A.. LL. B., Head Master, 721 
St. Nicholas Ave. 

Barnard School for Oirls, The: girls' bonid- 
ing; non-sect.; est. 1896; William Living- 
ston Hazen. B. A., LL. D.. Prin., 151 
Convent Ave. 

Barnes School of Anatomy. Sanitary Science 
and Embalming; co-ed.; est. 1890; Carl 
I^. Banies, M. D., LI^. D.. Pres. 

Baron da Hirsche Trade School; tech.; men; 
Jewish; est. 1891; J. Ernest G. Yaldeu. 
Supt., 222 East 64th St. 

Bell School of Speech; elo., speech and vocal 
development; co-ed.; est. 1900; Mary S. 
Thompson, Director, 23 W. 44th St. 
School's announcement. — Founded by Prof. 
Alexander Melville Bell. Lecturer on 
Phonetics in Oxford University, England. 
The objects of the school are to eluci- 
date the problems of speech; to establish 
a standard for oral English; and to cor- 
rect all vocal and articulative defects. 
The method employed is Visible Speech, 
not as applied to the uses of the deaf, 
but applied to languages and to elocu- 
tionary training. Invaluable to speakers, 
singers, and all persons wishing to cor* 
rectly speak the English language. 

Berkeley School; boys' boarding; non-sect.; 
Edward C. Durfee, A. B.. Headmaster, 
5 W. 75th St. 

Berlits Schools of Languages; languages; 
branch schools in principal American and 
foreign cities; Berlitz & Co., Head Di- 
rectors, 1122 Broadway. 

Bird's Bronx Business Institute; bus. and 
sten.; est. 1900; George W. Bird, Pres., 
2804 3rd Ave. 

Bond Institute of Mercantile Training; window 
trimming and advertising; men; est. 
1900; Willard H. Bond, Pres., 1931 

Brearlay School; girls' boarding; non-sect.; 
James G. Croswell. A. B., Prin., 17 W. 
44th St. 

Brown's School, Miss Anne; girls' boarding; 
non-sect.; Miss Anno Brown, Prin., 711 
5th Ave. 

Bryant School for Stammering; school for 
stammerers; est. 1880; Dr. Frank A. Bry- 
ant. Director. 62 W. 40th St. 

Callisen's School for Boys; boys' boarding; 
non-sect.; Adolph W. Callisen, Prin., 132 
W. 71 St St. 

Chapin Collegiate School, The; boys' board- 
ing; non-soct. ; Henry Barton Chapin, D 
D., Prin.. 24 E. 60th St. 

Choristers' School of Grace Church; music, 
boys; P. E.; est. 1894; I. Mansur Beard, 
B. A.. Dlrootor, Broadway and 10th St. 

Closon Point Military Academy; military; R. 

C: est. 188.3; Brother Edmund. Prin. 
College of Dental and Orol Surgery of New 
York; dent.; non-soct.: co-ed.; est. 1852; 
William Carr, M. D.. DD. S.. Dean. 

College of Pharmacy of the City of New 
York; phar. ; co-ed.; est. 1829; Henry H. 
Rusby. Dean. 115 W. 68th St. 

College of Physicians and Surgeons, Colum< 
bia University; med. ; reg.; men; est. 
1807; Samuel W. Lambert, M. S.. Dean. 

College of St. Francis Xavier; col.; men; 
R. r.; est. 1847: Rev. David W. Heam, 
S. J.. Pres.. 80 W. 16th St. 

College of the City of New York; unlv.; 
city; men; non-sect.; est. 1849; John H 
Finley, LL. D.. Pros., 17 Lexington Ave. 

Collegiate Institute, The; boys* boarding; 
non-sect.; Dr. D. Davidson, Prin., 57 E, 

qist St. 





GaEfliriJKta Bottoal; boyi' boarding: nooftf^rt. ; 

L. O. Mji^tt* Prln., 241 W. 77 tb St. 
Colli^te SoboDl for QLtIi; kItW txi^rdLig; 

nnxi-Mct, ; Cflrollne M, Oerrtsb, A» B-, 

Prln., &49 W^»t End Ato, 
Co]umbls O^rAmmsr School; bfijB* bogrcllng^; 

non-Beet, n Bf-njamln H. Campbell. FrJu,. 

S4 m. StHt St. 
Columbin Inititutai bnjB' boarding; non-uei-t, : 

Kdwtn Fow^lc^r, M. D.. A. B*. Prln., 122 

W. 72d St. 
CoIuiuMl ITniTertity ! univr. coed.; noti»e<*t; 

mt. 175 it Ni'^bolaB Mnfray BntlCTt ^^- 

T>., PrpH.. llBtb mnci AmsteriliimK 
Oolumbln TTnlTWiityn C^l^effe &f pliijmicyr 

phftr: CRHta.: ett. lS2ft; Nlrhola* Mtir- 

my Butler. Fh. D,, LL. D., Pri-s, 
Golumljli. UntTfirAlty, School of JippUtid 

B«icno«; tech.; men: non-secL: Ffedeflck 

R. Hntton, Ph. D.. Deiin* 
OtilumblA XTnlTRrilty, Sobool of Lmw: tRm"; 

iTn-n: est. 1^,W; rrcnfgfr W. KIrrhwpy. 

DpRn. W. 110th St., upbc AmBterdum 

Com^tvck Sohool^ fflrin* boDfdln^; nr^n-ni^et' I 

Mlsfl LydtR TiRy. Prin.. 32 W 40th St 
Cooper TJnian Trmo Art School; net; WfniDPn; 

R^ SwHtn Rlfford. Plr^prtoi-t Coop<?r 

Go<ip«r ITnltm KJjfht School of JiH; art: men; 

eat, 1854 r George W, Plymptf>n. Director, 

Cnop*-r Unfoti. 
Comall WnUttMitf, Kodfoal Oollftgn; mi^d.: 

Teg.: cw^<^.; i»8t. 180S: Wm. M. Pf>lb. 

Xt. n.. LL. Jt., Dean, lat Ave. and B, 

2??!tb St. 
Ctitlor School. Tho: ho^ra' honrdlng; non- 

m^t,; Artfnir H. Chitlpr, PHn., 20 E. 

Botb m. 

Ba L« t»ll« In*tltat«; hor»* bonrdtnir; H, C ; 

eftv ISSS; Brfttber Fomplan. M^ S., Prln., 

lOfl r^titral Purk St. 
IMiler Behoftl. Tlioi bic^yft* iKwrdlnr: nnn- 

iM*ct.: Frnnk Drlnler. Prin., 23G W. TSth 

Dmnim'i School. VliiS frfrlfl' b^^rdlnir; nnn- 

PPi-t-; MUb l^B, Drumm, PHn.. 40 W. 

T^nd Rt. 
Dwlglit School: Iioj'b' (wnrdlTifr: non-Bpct.t 

AHhiir wntlflmff, PrJn., iri W 4ard fit. 
£utni«ii School; bns, : iten.; prep,: cJvU 

aefvlc*; est. ISnS: Henry T. GfllneB, 

BcbooP* aiiiH}iine«iiiBiit. — Rflfttimaii pre- 
pflre« ffTT BUf^TNERf*. cnrnMnlnitr n »ond 
Bnifllflh ediiritttrm with the techrlcul tn- 
Htruettnn and pTBctlcnl work requtrNl for 
tbonmRb trplnlisjr. »n<! giving Teanlti, 
time, effort, nnd on tiny eatislrtetvi!. of 
fBr more TBlde In every dnr Ijfe than 
thrme Bfff^rdr^ct In tbf* nnlverftlHefl and other 
InAlltutlnnfl for "blffber edncfttlon/' 
Amonjr the bestt known. old«*Bt, Rnd mont 
exten«lifely nntroiilju^d aehool!* In Amprlcn, 
About SOhOOO i^radnntPB In biinlneM: In »ll 
•eetloTii of tise world pnrnenfljf Atteit the 
high ehftrseter of the work done. No 
Tflentlflni. Ai Initrtn^tlrin 1b lurgety In- 
dlvlddBl. new «ttident'j niAT begin work 
maj week day. Tlie B^h^mt dbtAlUft em- 
ploym^itt for all gTBdnatM of lit Com- 

pk'te CommercJal €ourw. Ffeo eatftloinie 

on BppUcatloD. 
Eoliotlo KodlomI Oollaft; med.; celf*ctli?; co- 
ed.; est. 1S4B; Georire W* Boakowlt** 

A. M,. M. a. Dean. 230 &. Hth St. 
Ely' I School tor ftlrli* Miu; glrla* botr^- 

tni?; noD-scet. ; Uln Ellubetb L. Bij, 

PtIjj,, 340 W- flfith St, 
EtMcml Coltiire School; prep.; eo-ed.; non- 
sect.; e*t. I.S78; P. C- LewU. Supt. 

Central Park West and 03rd St. 
FAmAla AoAdomy nf tha Sa^rftd! Haurl; ^Irla' 

boarding; R. C, ; Ellen Mabanef, Prln.. 

49 W. iTth St. 
Fifth ATOnaa School of Pby»iwl Cyltwra; 

pbyBlcnl trMlnlng^ cp-ed.; If* E, Ec«der» 

FliiAhisg 6flmiiia.r7; «UW boardlni;; nou-setft. ; , 

eat. 1880; Bllitnbeth D. LoiK-ka. Pi-la. 
Frieodii' Semio&ryt prep.; co-e^.; Frlendi; 

Edward B. B&WBDnp Prln.. 22fl B. Idtb 

Fro«hal Hormal lutltuta; kind, traintag; 

women; pon'*ett.: est. IMO; B* F, 

Chandler, Reglatrar, 48 Irving PL 
0Krdiiar'fl Homo School for Olrli; girl'i 

bnariiiiig: noil -sect, ; est, ISSfV; Rct* 

ChJirlea TI, Gnrdner. Ph. D,. Prla. 807 

Gtb At, 
Oenar&l ThaologlciKl Saminmr? of tho Protatt^ 

&Dt Episcopal ChdrclL: theoL; P. B.^ 

tnen: eat. 1S17; Vefy Rev. Wllford L. 

RobblnR, D. D.. PreB.. Chelsea Sq. 
G»h&m'a School, Tha Mljiaei; girls' board* 

!nf: non-Beet.^ Tfae Mtaaes Grahnm. 176 

W. 123 9t. 
Grand Contorratorr of Mualo; maale; co-ed,; 

ErnBt Ebethflnl, Moa. D.. Director* CB 

W. ftSrd. 
Oraena'a School of Up Eaftdiiig; tlt> readtog 

for t!tBf; Da rid Gr&ene, Director* 1123 

H*jnilton Orajsga BiiJioolr glrla* iKiardliig; noii* 

aect; lira. t3. K. Morgan. Prln.. Hlrt 

at. and C*mTeot Ave. 
HAmtlton Ijistitttto; boy a* boarding; non-aect.; 

K. Apchlbald STiiw. 1p.. Prln.. «( W. 

Slat St. 
Harlam GoUegfl Inattttit*; gfrla; day; noo- 

»ect.; M. F. Gloranly, Prln.. 2134 Tth 

H&rlem CommarclLt Initlttita; bna, and at«D.: 

est. lSsS2; Wmi*m Hope, Ph. B-, Ptvfc, 

m W. 125th. 
Habraw Taalmlcal Inatitnte; tech.; men; non- 

«ei-L: eat. 1SS3; Edgar 3. Barney, .i. U., 

C. E,. PHn, 
Holy Croaa Aca4amy; gJrJa* boardlnii;; R. C.j 

Slater Mnrla. Prln,, 343 W. 4^^a St. 
Huger'a Boftrding and Bay Sobool for (Hfta; 

Hlaa; prep.; glr1«; non-aect.; Mlsa IC. D, 

Huger, Prln.. 729 Sth Are. 
HuAtaT^B Kindftrgmrtan Tra.Ining Sobool: kind. 

trnlnlncH tioTnent nonnpft. ; est. llttSd; 

MliB Jenny Hnnter, Prln., IB W. ]2Tth. 
IrTtng Bchool; boy'a b«vardlTig; non aect. ; sat. 

ISSn; r^oata D wight Kay, Prln.. 35 W, 

84 tb. 
Jewiab Thftologial Seminjtry of Ainaria; 

thML; co-ed.; Jewfah; eat. tJiSe; Sfltonum 




Scbecbter, M. A., Litt. D., Pres., 631 
W. 123rd. 

Keller* ■ Dfty School, Xiis; prep.; co-ed.; 
non-sect.; Eleanor I. Keller. Prln.. W. 
119th St. and Broadway. 

La Balle Aoademy; boys' boarding; R. 0.; 
Brother B. Victor, Prin.. 46 2nd Ave. 

Lawrenoe School of Acting; drama; co-ed.; 
est. 1809; B. Q. Lawrence, Director, 106 
W. 42d St. 

L«moke's OooUnfr School, Mrs.; domestic sci- 
ience; est. 1890; Emma K. Lemcke- 
Barkhansen, Prin., 2 E. 42nd St. 

Lenox Lutitnte; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; An- 
drew Lnban, Prin., 834 Lenox Ave. 

Xadison School for Girls; girls' boarding: 
non-sect.; Miss BosaUe Moses. Prin., 778 
Madison Ave. 

lluihattan Gollsge; col.; men; R. C; est. 
1863: Brother Edward, Pres., Broadway 
and W. 13l8t. 

XcFao's Boarding and Day School, Miss; 
girls: non-sect.; Catherine McPee, Prin.. 
162 W. 72d St. 

Metropolitan College of Music; music; co- 
ed.; X. Palma Brooks. Sec. 

Metropolitan Shorthand School; sten.; W. L. 
Mason. Prin.. 35 W. 2l8t St. 

Metropolitan Temple Collsgs; consolidated 
with the Froebel Normal Institute. 

Miller School of Business: bus. and sten.: 
est. 1888; Charles Miller. Prin.. 1133 

Movsan's School, Miss; girls' boarding; non- 
sect.: Miss M. S. Morgan. Prln., 113 E. 
19tb St. 

ft Rogers School, The; boys' boarding: 
non-sect.; James H. Morse and L. L. Rog- 
era. Prins., 123 Madison Ave. 

Mt. Morris Park School; girls' boarding: 
non-sect: Miss Whitfield. Prin.. 1 Mt. 
Morris Park. 

Murphy Gaylord Boarding and Day School; 
girls: non-sect.; Eva R. Murphy, Prln.. 
180 W. 86th St. 

National Academy of Design; art; co-ed.; 
Will H. Low, Sec, 109th and Amster- 

National Conservatory of Music of America: 
mus.; est. 1885; Mrs. Jeannette M. Tur- 
ber. Director. 128 B. 17th St. 

New York American Veterinary College; vet.: 
men: est. 1899; A. F. Liantnrd. M, D.. 
V. M.. Dean. 141 W. 54th St. 

Hew York College of Dental and Oral Sur- 
gery; dent.: co-ed.: pRt. 1893; William 
Carr. M. D., D. D. S., Dean, 216 W. 

New York College of Music; music; co-ed.: 
AugURt F'raemoke. Diroctor. 

Hew York Collegiate Institute; girls* board- 
ing; non-sect.: Mary Shoonmaker. Prin.. 
241 W. 77th St. 

Hew York College of Dentistry; dent.; moir. 
est. 1866: Fanciill D. Welsse, Doan. 2 J.'i 
E. 23rd St. 

Hew York Conservatory of Music; music; co- 
ed.; est. 1860; L. G. Parma, Director, 181 
I^nox Ave. 

Hew York Dental School; dent.: co-od.; est. 
1888; Charles M. Ford, D. D. S.. Dean. 

216 W. 42d St. 
Hew York German Conservatory of Music; 

mus.; est. 1884; August Fraemcke, Pres., 

23 W. 42d St. 
Hew York Homeopathic Medical College; 

med.; homeop.; men; est. 1860; Wm. 

H. King, M. D., Dean, Avenue A. near 

E. 63rd St. 
Hew York Law School; law; men; est. 1891; 

George Chase, Dean, 85 Nassau. 
Hew York Medical CoUege and Hospital fer 

Women; med.; homeop.; women; est. 

1863; M. BeUe Brown, M. D., Dean., 19 

W. 101st St. 
Hew York Hautioal CoUege; Hautioal Science; 

men; est. 1882; Capt. Howard Patter- 
son. Pres.. 130 Water St. 
Hew York Polyclinic Medical School and 

Hospital; med.; post-grad.; co-ed.; John 

A. Wyeth. M. D., Dean. 

Hew York Preparatory School; prep.; co-ed.; 

non-sect.; Arthur Williams, Pres., 15 W. 

43rd St. 
Hew York Post-Oraduate Medical School: 

med.; post-grad.; co-ed.; est. 1882; D. 

B. St. John Roosa. M. D., LL. D.. 
Dean, 301 E. 20th St. 

Hew York School of Applied Design for* 
Women; applied art; women; est. 1892; 
Henry B. Wilson. Pres., 200 W. 28d St, 

Hew York School of Art; art; co-ed.; est. 
1895; Douglas J. Connah. Director. 67 
W. 67th St. 

Hew York School of Clinical Medicine; med.-, 
post-grad.; co-ed.; est. 1896; Augustin 
H. Goelet, M. D.. Pres. 

Hew York School of Expression; elo. and 
drama; Genevieve Stebblns Astley, Pres., 
318 W. 57th St. 

Hew York Trade School; tech.; men; non- 
sect.; est. 1881; H. Fulton Cutting, Pres.. 
l8t Ave., 67th and 68th St. 

Hew York Training School for Teachers; nor- 
mal; state; co-ed.; E. N. Jones, Prin., 
241 E. 119th St. 

Hew York University; unlv.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
est. 1831; Henry M. MacCracken, Ph. 
D., D. D., LL. D., Pres., Washington 
Squ.ire, E. 

School's announcement. — New York Uni- 
versity comprises eight great schools, 
with an average yearly student attend- 
ance of 1736. and with a combined fac- 
ulty of 167 professors and Instructors. 
The Registrar of the University, L. J. 
Tompkins, Washington' Square, N. Y., 
attends to Inquiries regarding any of the 

New York University Law School; law; co- 
ed.; Clarence D. Ashley. LL. D.. Dean. 

New York University, School of Applied Sci- 
ence; tech.: men; est. 1862; Charles H. 
Snow, C. E.. Sc. D.. Dean. University 
Heights, Washington Square. E. 

New York University School of Commerce, 

Accounts and Finance; co-ed.; est. 1900; 
Joseph F. Johnson. A. B., Dean, Wash- 
ington Square, B. 

New York University School of Medicine; 
see University and Bellevue Hospital 
Medical College. 





V9W York ViiiTMvity, School of Fedafosy; 

r.ormal; prlrate; eo-ed.; Thomas M. Bal- 

llet. Ph. D., Dean. 
Vow York TTnivonity YeUrinary Collace; see 

NffW York American Veterinary College. 
Normal Colloga of the City of New York; 

normal; city; co-ed.; Thomas Hnnter. 

Ph. D.. LL. D., Pre*., Park Ave. and E. 

08th Ht. 
Oftffood Art School; art; 12 B. 17th St. 
Packard Commercial School; bos. and sten.; 

eat. 1857; Byron Horton, Prea.; 23d St 

and 4th Ave. 
Paine Uptown Busineaa School; boa. and 

aten.; H. W. Remington, Prea.. 1931 

Peebles Thompson School, The; girls' board- 
ing; non-sect.; D. E. Merrill, Prin., 30 

E. 57th St. 
Polytechnic Institute; tech.; men; non-sect.; 

Henry Sanger Snow. 
Rayson School for Oirls; girls' boarding: 

non-sect.; The Misses Rayson, Prins., 176 

W. 75th St. 
Reno Margulis School for Children with De- 

fectire Hearing, The; prIvHt<»; non-acrt.; 

o<w>d. ; est. lOol; Mrs. A. Reno Margulis, 

Riverside School; girls' boarding; non-sect.; 

Mim K. L. Cooper, Prin., 315 Riverside 

Robertson Day School; prep.; co-ed.; Presb.; 

ent. 1708; David G. Wylie. I). D., Ph. D.. 

Prin.. 3 W. St. 
Ruscoe College of Commerce; bus. and sten.: 

Fntnk W. Ruscoo, Prin.. 215 W. 125th. 
Saoh's Collegiate Institute; boys' boarding; 

non-sect.: Julius Sachs. Prin., 38 und 116 

Ontnil Park St. 
Sach's Collegiate Institute; girls' boarding; 

non-sect.; Julius Sachs, Prin., W. 120th 

and Anistordam Ave. 
St. Agatha's School; girls' boarding; prep.: 

MlHs B. 0. Sebrlng, Prin., 257 W. 03d 

St. Ann's Academy; bo.vH' boarding; R. C. ; 

cHt. 1802; Rrothcr Stolcnu'us, Director, 

Lexington Ave. and 77th St. 
St. Bridgid's Academic School: prop.; co-cd. ; 

R. C. ; Sister Mary Lt'ocadla. 
St. Catharine's Academic School: prop.; co- 

v(\.: R. C: Sintor M. MorcodoA. 
St. Oabriel'a Academy of Manhattan; prop.; 

rIiIh: R. ('..; SlMtor M. Vlncontla. 
St. Gabriel's School: prop.; ho.vs; R. C. ; 

JiiinoH J. l)oujrh«'rty. Pron. 
St. Jerome'a Ursuline Academy; prop.; <>(>- 

od.: R. ('.; Mothor M. Clara Ward, Prin.; 

S. Hlvd. niid Dointnr Avo. 
St. John Baptist School for Oirla; glrln' 

boardintr; I». K. ; SJstor Superior, 231 E. 

17th St. 
St. John's College; col.: luon; R. 0.; est. 

isil: Rov. Dnulol J. Qulnii.. S. J.. 

St. Mary's School for Girls: girls' boarding; 

r. K. ; Sistor Siiporlur, Prlii., 6 E. 4Gth 

St. Thomas Academic School; prop.; co-ed.; R. 

r.; SlHtor M. VhryR(mt(»m. 
School of Industrial Art and Technical De- 

sign for Women; tech.; women; Mrs. 
Florence E. Cory. Pres., 100 W. 23d St. 

School of Musical Art of tha Olty af V«fw 
York; mosic; co-ed.; Frank Damroacb, Di- 

Sample's School, Mrs.; girls* boardinc; non- 
sect.; Mrs. D. Semple, Prin.. S82 West 
End Are. 

Senftner Preparatory School; prep.; co-ed.; 
non-sect.; est. 1891; Herman F. Senft- 
ner. A. B.. M. D.. Prin.. 13 Aator PL 

Spenoe's School for Oirla, Miss; girls* board- 
ing; non-sect.; Miss C. B. Spence, Priu.; 
6 W. 48th St. 

Stanhope- Wheatoroft Dramatic Behool; drama; 
co-od.; est. 1880; Mrs. Adeline Stanhopc- 
Wheatcroft. Director, 1440 Broadway. 

Syms' School, The; prep.; boys; non-sect.; 
Robert H. Syms. Prin., 22 W. 15th St. 

Teachers' College, Colombia ITniTersity; nor- 
mal; private; co-ed.; James E. Rnsaell. 
- Ph. D.. Pres., W. 116th and Amster- 
dam Ave. 

Thompson's Business School; bus. and aten.; 
Andrew W. Madison, Prin., 20 Fourth 

Trinity School; boys' boarding; P. B.; eat 
1700; Rev. Lawrence T. Cole, Ph. D.. 
Prin.. 139 W. 91at St. 

Union Theological Seminary; theol.; men; 
Prcsb.; est. 1836; Charles Cnthbert Hall, 
D. D.. Pros., 700 Park Are. 
School's announcement. — ^Fnlly equipped 
for scholarly and practical work. In the 
midst of the Christian enterpriaea of a 
gr(>at city. In close academic relations 
with Columbia and New York UniTerai- 
tios. OflTors opportunities for the de- 
grees of B. D., A. M.. and Ph. D. Open 
upon equal terms to students of all 
t'bristian bo<llos. Seventieth year begins 
September 27tb. 1905. Address the Presi- 
dent of the Faculty, the Rev. Charles 
Cuthbort Hall. D. D. 

University and Bellevue Hospital Medical 
College; mod.; rog. ; men; est. 1841; Eg- 
bert Le Fevre. M. D., Cor. Sec., Firat 
Ave. and E. 26tb St. 

University Law School; law; co-ed.; eat. 
1835; Clarence D. Ashley, LL. D., Dean. 
Washington Square. E. 

Ursuline Academy; girls' boarding; R. C.; 
Mother M. IgnatluB. 

Van Norman Institute; girls' boarding; Prot- 
estant; est. 18.'>7; Mme. Van Norman, 
Prin.. 120 W. 70th St. 

Veltin School, The; girls' boarding: non-sect.; 
Miss Lo^iise Veltin. Prin., 160 W. 74th 

Villa Maria Academy; girls' boarding; R. C; 
Ri'Vrrond Slsti-r Superior, Prin., 139 B. 
T'.tth St. 

Virgil Piano School; mus. ; Mrs. A. M. ytr- 
gll. Dirootoresfl. 29 W. 15th St. 

Walworth Business Institute; bus. and sten.; 
(i. S. Walworth. Prin.. 1(>8 B. 125th St. 

Warren School of Expression — ^Readinc and 
Articulation: private school for the 
d>>af: c>o-o<l.: est. 1803; lillle Eginton 
Warron. Prin., 124 E. 28th St. 





Wehle School; girls; day; kindergarten; non- 
sect.; 81 6th Are. 
Weingart Institvta; boys' boarding; Jewish; 
est. 1889; S. Weingart, Prln., 2041 7th 

Wilson and Lyon School; boys' boarding; 
non-sect.; P. P. Wilson, A. M., Prin., 34 
B. 61st St. 

Winona Bible School, theol.; non-sect.; co- 
ed.; est. 1900; Wllbert Webster White. 
Ph. D., Pres.. 641 Lexington Ave. 

Wood's Ksw York School; bus. and sten.; 
Frederick B. Wood. Pres., Barretto and 
Spofford Aye. 

Wright Oral School for the Deaf; prep.; co 
ed. ; non-sect.; eat. 1894; John Dutton 
Wright, M. A., Prin.. 1 Mount Morris 
Park, W. 
KIAGAKA FALLS, Niagara Co., pop. 19.457. 

DeVeauz School; boys' boarding; P. B.; est. 
1857; William S. Burrows, Prin. 
XOAGABA TJKIVEB.SITY, Niagara Co., pop. 

Niagara University; col.: men; R. C; est. 
1856; Very Rev. William P. Llkly. Pres. 

Seminary of Our Lady of Angels, Niagara 
University; theol.; men; R. C; Rev. 
William P. Likly. Pres. 
NORTH CHILI, Monroe Co., pop. 212. 

A. M. Chesbrough Seminary; prop.; co-ed.; 
non-sect.; est. 1869; Benson Howard Rob- 
erts, A. M., Prin. 
NORTH TONAWANDA, Niagara Co., pop. 9.068. 

Clark's School of Business; bus. and sten.; 
P. W. Clark, Pres. 
NYACK-ON-HUDSON, Rockland Co., pop. 4.275. 

Hudson River Military Academy; military; 
non-sect.; Joel Wilson, A. M., Prin. 

Rockland Military Academy; military; non- 
sect.; Blmer B. Prench, A. M., Prin. 

Nyack Sdiool for Girls; girls' boarding; non- 
sect.; Miss Bcrtholf, Prin. 

St. Ann's Academio School; prep.; co-ed.; R. 
C; Sister Dominica. 
OAXriELD, Gonesee Co., pop. 714. 

Cary Collegiate Seminary; prep.; co-ed.; P. 
E.; Curtis Carlos Gove, M. A., Prln. 
OGDENSBURG, St. Lawrence Co.. pop. 12.63.3. 

Ogdensburg Business School; bus. and ston.: 
O. W. Gay. Msrr.; P. J. Dool. Pi-ln. 

Holy Cross Academic School: nrep. : co-ed.; 
R. C; Rev. P. O. LaRose. Pres. 

St. Mary's Academy: ^Irlp' boarding; R. C; 
Rev. J. H. Conroy. Pres. 
GLEAN, Cattaraugus Co., pop. 9.462. 

Westbrook Commercial Academy; bus. an>^ 
sten.; est. 1882; E. D. Westbrook, Prln. 
ONEONTA, Otsego Co., pop. 7.147. 

State Normal School; normal; state; co-cd.; 
Percy I. Bugbee, A. M., D. Sc. Pres. 
OSSINING, Westchester Co., pop. 7.939. 
Holbrooks' School, Dr.; military; non-soot.; 
Dwipht Holbrook, Prln. 

Mount Pleasant Military Academy; military v 
non-sect.; Chas. P. Brusle. Prin. 

Ossining School; girls' boarding; non-sect.; 
Clara G. Fuller, Prin. 

St. John's School; prep.; men; non-sect.; est. 

1842; Rev. W. A. Ranney, A. M.. Pd. B., 

OSWEGO, Oswago Co., pop. 22.199. 
Chaffee's Phonographic Institute; bus. ano 

sten.; W. G. Chaffee. Pres. 
State Normal and Training School; normal; 

state: co-ed.; I. B. Poucher, Ph. D.. 

St. Paul's Academy; prep.; co-ed.; R. o.. 

Rev. M. Barry, Pres. 

PEEXSXILL, Westchester Co., pop. 10,868. 

"Fairholme"; girls' boarding; P. B.; est 
1908; Carrie Webster Nichols. Ph. B.. 

Institute, The; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
Charles Unterreiner, Prin. 

Mohegan School; boys' boarding; non-sect.; 
Henry Waters, Prin. 

Peekakill Military Academy; military; non- 
sect.; est. 1833; J. C. Bucher, M. A., and 
C. A. Robinson, Ph. D.. Prins. 

St. Gabriel School; girls' boarding; P. B.; 
Sister Bsther. Prin. 

Worrall Hall Military Academy; boys' board- 
ing.; mil.; P. E.; est. 1870; Col. C. J. 
Wright, A. M. Supt. 
PELHAM MANOR, Westchester Co., pop. 350. 

Hasen School; girls* boarding; non-sect.; Birs. 
John Cunningham Hazen, Prin. 
PENN YAN, Yates Co., pop.. 4,460. 

Penn Yan Free Academy; bus. and sten.; est. 
1898; L. D. Wilcox, A. B., Prin. 
PIKE, Wyoming Co., pop. 468. 

Pike Seminary and Union Free School; prep.; 
co-ed.; non-sect.; est. 1903; John T. Mc- 
Gurren, Prin. 

PLATTSBXTRG, Clinton Co., pop. 8,434. 

D'Youville Academy; girls* boarding; B. C; 
Sister Mary do le Victoire, Prin. 

Plattsburg State Normal and Training School; 
normal; state; co-ed.; George K. Hawk- 
ins. A. M., Pres. 
FLATTSVILLE, Clinton Co., pop.. 8.434. 

Champlain Summer School; summer school; co< 
ed.; R. C; est. 1890; D. J. McMahon, D. 
D.. Pres. 
PORT HENRY, Essex Co., pop. 1.757. 

Champlain Institute; prep.; cn-ed. : R. C: 
Sister M. Gabriels. Prln. 
POTSDAM. St. Lawrence Co.. pop. 3.843 

Clarkaon Memorial School of Technology; 
tpch.: po-ed.: pst. 1896; WilUsm sJ. Aid- 
rich. M. B., Director. 

State Normal and Training School; normal; 
state; co-od. ; Thomas B. Stowell. Ph. D., 
POUGHKEEFSIE, Dutchess Co., pop. 24,029. 

Eastman Business College; bus.; sten. and 
prop.; est. 1859; Clement C. Gaines. 

School's announcement. — Eastman pro- 
paros for hiisinoss. oombinlng a pood Eng- 
lish odnojition. with the toolinlonl Instruc- 
tion mid prnotlonl work roQuired for 
thorouplj trnining, and giving results, 
timo. oflfort. and outlay conslderod. of far 
more value in every day life than those 





ilffDrde^ tn tbit ntiU^fslttf^ Atnl other In- 
itltutltitii for **lJlg^hflr edfl^'atloD*" 
AiEiouif the ticdt ksowti. i»ldp«t, aod 0104 1 
L'XtL'UJsively pttraultied schouLB Ju America. 
About &0,0Oti ^iiiluatea In business in 
till secttoju of the war Id euruL^sClj' 11 1- 
t«(t tlie high chP meter of the work dune, 
Nm TftcatluuB. As Iiiitrucllof? U large Ij 
IndlrldimlH. new Btudeutn mny iM^iflo >rork 
11117 week day. Tlie flchool ot»talns cm- 
piajriDpnt for aU smduates of Iti Com- 
plete Ctunoiefclal CoqrjM!. Pre^ CAt^ogue 
on uppllontlon, 
X^jndoq HaU iflhool for OirU; ffli'la' board- 
lug; Don-aect. ; SiiDiiiiel WelU Buck. Prln, 
Quinoy &0U0&I; prep.; coed.; non-Met.; Mflrj 

O. AHlecr, Pria* 
EiTtrrtew MUitAr? AoAdfliaj; ffllUtalr; noti- 
m-Qt.1 Qwt- IWM: Joseph B. BUbee, A. M-, 
Ymut CoUflffs; wometi; nc^n-flect.: eat. 1865; 
Re?. James M- Tujlor, D. D.* LL. D., 
RAKBQLPH, Cftttuftusni CO'i pop- I.SII&. 
Q1i&mlierli,iii laitlttitoi prep.: cf^ed.; K. 1!.; 
George C. Rath. A. B., Prln. 
E£DFOED, Clintoa Oo.* pop. 163. 
AeulAiny af Koly Cr^iu; prep.; co-ed.; B. 0.; 
est. ISSfl; SlBter Mary of St. Hedwldge. 
Ballu Ai»4emifi SoliaolE prep.; ro-«!. ; E. Q.\ 
Madnm Edwi&ge DeBautela, Superior. 
EEKSSELAEBp RonsifilLer COh, pop., T,4ae. 
Bt. Jobn'i Ai^demy; prop.; co-ed,; U. Qr, 
e*L 18&2i Iter. John I"\ Ola Tin. M. A.. 
RtVEEHEAD, Suffolk C«., pep 2,017. 
Siverbflftd Aopidflmy; closed. 

BOCKE&TEB, Moaroa Co., pop. 102.008. 

B»ditre«t School, Tha; bors' boiirdliie; non- 

•eft,; J. Howard llrndstfeot, Frlii, 
Oiuttsadea School, Tim: £rlrlH' boardlog; nos- 

MCt.; Utam L. U. Haltui.. Prln, 
£xcclilor C«[iiinerfiiJAl Institute; hnn. abd 

»t«n. ; eat. 1UU2; Frank J. Scbuecli, 

Fonub Acmdemr of thu i&flr»d Heftrt; glfU' 

boarding; K. C. ; Madume Augusta Par- 
don. T'^n. 
LlTitwatop Park Seminarr; glrla' boai'dlcg^; 

Pnvteatniit; Mrs. Wis. U. Rebasx. 2 p., 

ir&UF«th Acndemr; elrla* boarding; R, C; 

ThomaB F. Hicke^. PtJn. 
ITlfiholi School, Mrf^i clrU' bottrdlng; aoD- 

Kct.; UiwusM J. H. ihd M. D. Nlctiols. 

Efljndldi Buaineis Aoidfimr; bui. and sten. ; 

est. 13^1 i; Harrah J. ReynoldH. A. M., 

E90bett«r Ath6at«um ^nd HenliAnli^i Inati' 

tut*; tech,; coed.; p^i*^^tr, est. 1S85; 

I^wlfl P. Ross. Pre*. 
Ko«h4ttaF Biislneia laatltut*; bus. and iten.; 

A. S. tJshom. Pres. 
Ea«lifest«r TbeelOEical Bemiiuury; fbeoU; «en; 

Ao^natuB EL ^truni^, l*b, D.^ Pre*. 
fit. Barnard" a Saminary; tbcoL; laen; E, C; 

l£er. Jaaiei J. HArtlcy, Fr**, 

tTiiderhiira FhoDograpblo Inatituto; bus. and 
«tyi5.; eat. 18S7; B. Stevenson UnderhilU 
ITmlTeraltj of Eoohoater; col.; co-ed.; Bapt.; 
i^^it. ]&50; Rev. Uuah Uhct^B, LU D., 
Wa^^or Memorial Luthoran Colles«; col. 

bo^s; Bv. Luth.; est. 18S3; tte<. H* D. 
Kraeltug. PreB, 
BOliE^ Oneida C«., pop. 15,34S. 
St, Pster'a Academn glrla' tioardlne; ». O-l 
Sl*t*?r Mary Patrick, Prln* 

SONDO¥T, mit*r Co., pop. 

Bt. H^rj'n Aoademjr; prep.; co-ed,; B. C.\ 
Slater FraneeB Regla, Piio, 
ROnim ZAKE, Santtota Go,, pop. 203, 

Round Lako AcadBmy; prvp.t co-ed.; Mettle ; 
H. Burdlck. Pfln. 
ROUSE POINT, Clinton Co,, pop. 1.07B. 
Bt. Fatriok'B Acadftmic fiphool; pr^^p. ; eo-od.; 
R. C; est. ISStt; Slater M. Potrlclii, Frln. 
RYE, Weatohoitw Co., pop, 1,(J51. 

Ryo S*mlnary; glrlB" boarding; non-Beet: 
narrlet T, Stone, Prln, 
SAa HARBOR, Sufolk Co.» pop. 1,009. 

Acmdoiay of tbo Saorod Haart of Muy; 
girls" boarding; R. C. ; MotliCT Baslle. 
Balamasoa Aetual BusineaB laatitute; bus. and 
a ten,; eat. l»Cnj; E. G. Linnlnif, Prln. 
BAXEM, Waahington Co., pnp., l,a»l. 

Waakington Aoadamy; pr«?p. ; co-ed.; non- 
sectn; eat. 17l>23 Fred R Stevena. Prln. 
BABATOOA BPEIKCB, Saratoga Co., pop. 12,^ 

Bt* Faith* a Aoadomy; glrlB' boarding; P. B,; 

oat. ISOU; Eleanor A. Shackelford, Prln. 
Bt* Joba'a Acadentlo Sohool; ptvp, ; eo*ed.j R, 

C; est. ]6e&; m. Reir. Thotnaa Barbe. 

BCHENECTABY, BohanflcUdy Co,, pop. 31,882. 
M«ad'a Buainoti TraiDing Bohoo];| cloaed. 
Bt. John's Academio Sdiool; i>rep. ; co-ed.; B- 

a; Rt^v. J, L, Bellly, Prea. 
Union ColUge; eoU; men; non-aeet.; eat* 

170G; Andrew V, V. Raymond, 0. D., LL. 

D., Prcs. 

BE NEC A FAXXB, Saiiaoa Co.. pop. 8.010. 
Sanford Prepantory School, BuMiAy Hall; 
Iwya" bourdtng; nen sect. ; est, l&Ol; Wal* 
ter B. WildmRn, B. A., Head llaiter, 

SHEEWOOD, Cayuga Co., pop. ITT. 
Sherwood Select School; ^rep.; co-«d.t Qon^ 
aect; A. Gertrude Plandera, Prln, 

BODTre, Wayne Co,, pop. 1.1128, 
SoduB Aoadomy; prop.; coed.; non-teet.; EH- 
aba Curtla, Prln. 

SOirrBOLP, Swffolk Ca., ^p. 1,202, 
Southeld Aoademy; prep.; et>ed.; Preati.t 
illaa N. A. Ererett. Prln. 

BTEACITBE, Onondaga Co,, pop, 108.374. 

Aqad emy of Sacrrad Heart; prep,; men; B- 

i\: tleT, John P. MuRany. Prea. 
Ckriatian BrotherB Academic School; prepu; 

boys: R. C. ; Brother Emory Aloyd»ta. 
DaMn'a BnitjieBa Inatitntar Ht^ amt 0^e>o.; 





est. 1892; George A. Dakln, Prln. 
Hebrew Free School; prep.; co-ed.; Hebrew ^ 

David Blamberg, Prln. 
St. Lucy's Academic School; prep.; co-ed.; B. 

C; Rev. John J. Kennedy, Free. 
St. John*! Catholic Academy; prep.; co-ed.; 

R. 0. 
SyractUM Oommeroial School; bus. and iten.; 

J. J. Martin, pree. 
Syraeofle Vnirenity; onir.; co-ed.; M. B.; 

eet. 1871; Rev. James Boscoe Day, 8. T. 

D., LL. D., Prea. 
Syraonse ITniTeraity, CoUege of Law; law; 

co-ed.; eet. 1806; James B. Brooks, A. M., 

D. 0. L., Dean. 
Syraooie ITniTersity, College of Medicine; 

med.; reg.; co-ed.; est. 1872; Gay lord 

P. Clark, A. M.. M. D., Dean. 
Syraonse Vnirersity, Lymaa Cornelius Smith 

College of Applied Science; tech.; co-ed.; 

WUUam Kent, M. B., Dean. 

TARBTTOWH, Westohester Co., pop. 4,770. 
Hackley School; prep.; boys; non-sect.; Ber. 

Theodore C. Williams, Prln. 
Irring School for Boys; boys' boarding; non 

sect; est. 1891; John M. Fnrman, A. M 

Lyndhurst School; boys* prep.; non-sect.; est. 

1908; Fred McCollum, Supt. 
Miss Mason's School, The Castle; girls' board- 
ing; P. B.; est. 1886; Miss C. E. Mason, 

L. L. M., Prin. 
TOMPXINSyiLLE, Richmond Co. 
Augustinian Academy; prep.; boys; R. C; 

Nicholas J. Murphy, Pres. 

TBOT, Bensselaer Co., pop. 60.651. 

Emma Willard School; girls' boarding; non- 
sect.; Miss Mary Alice Knox, Prin. 

Lansinghurg Academy; girls' boarding; non- 
sect.; James Ray Crttlghead, M. A., Prin. 

La Salle Institute; boys' boarding; R. C; 
est. 1853; Rev. Brother Arnold, M. Sc, 

Metropolitan School of Music and Art; music 
and art; co-cd.; est. 1902; Will B. Sog- 
ers, Director. 
lEtensselaer Polytechnic Institute; tech.; men; 
non-sect.; est. 1824; Palmer C. Rickctts, 
C. B., Pres. 

St. Augustine's Academic School; prep.; boys; 
R. C; Rer. J. T. Emmett, Pres. 

St. Joseph's Academy; prep.; boys; R. C; 
Rev. James A. Curtln, Pres. 

St. Patrick's Academy; prep.; boys; R. C; 
Sister M. Blanche. 

St. Peter's Academy; ^rep. ; co-ed.: R. C: 

Sister M. Odilla, Prln. 
Troy Academy; prep.; boys; non-sect.; est. 

1834; John G. Murdoch, A. M., Prin. 
Troy Business College; bus. and sten.; L. G. 

Tuttle, Prin. 
Troy Female Seminary; girls' boarding; non- 
sect.; Anna Leach, President. 
TTNIOV SPRINGS, Cayuga Co., pop. 994. 

Oakwood Seminary; prep.; co-ed.; Friends; 

Samuel H. Hodgln, Pres. 
TTTICA, Oneida Co., pop. 66,883. 

Balliol School; girls' boarding; non-sect.; 

Louise S. B. Saunders and Edith Rock- 
well Hall, Prlns. 
Cecily Baker School; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 

est. 1882; Frances BJ. NewUnd, Prin. 
Spencerian Business School; bus. and sten.; 

Chas. B. Hall, Pres. 
Vtica Business Institute; bus. and sten.; G. 

F. Hendrick, Pres. 
Vtica Catholic Academy; prep.; co-ed.; B. C; 

J. S. M. Lynch, D. D., Prln. 
Vtica Female Academy; girls' boarding; non- 
sect.; Louise S. B. Saunders and Bdlth B. 

Hall, Principals. 
VERONA, Oneida Co., pop. 367. 
Home School, The; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 

Mrs. T. M. Foster, Prin. 
Watenrliet Academy; prep.; co-ed.; noa- 

sect.; Rer. P. H. McDermott, President. 

WESTCHESTER, New York Co., pop. 

Sacred Heart Academy; boys' boarding; R. 

C; Brother August, Prin. 
St. Austin's School; boys* boarding; P. B.; 

George B. Quaile, M. A., Prin. 
Westerleigh Collegiate Institute; prep.; co> 

ed.; non-sect.; Wilber Strong, Prin. 
WEST POINT, Orange Co., pop. 1.250. 
United SUtes MiUtary Academy; military; 

men; U. S. Gov't.; est. 1802; Albert M. 

Mills. Brigadier General U. 8. Army, 


Sacred Heart Seminary; boys' boarding; B. 

C; Sisters of St. Joseph, Prin. 
YONKERS, Westchester Co., poj>. 47,931. 

Butler's Business School and School of Me- 
chanical Drawing; bus. sten.; and tech. 

drawing; est. 1892; William W. Butler, 


Halsted School, The; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 

Mary Slcard Jenkins, Prin. 
St. Joseph's Seminary; theol. ; men; B. C; 

James F. DriscoU, D. D., Pres. 
Spencerian Business School; bus. and sten.: 

est. 1892; Charles B. Hall. Prin. 


Population, 1,893,810. School census, 686,113. School age, 6-21. 

North Carolina is the fifteenth state of the Union in point of population, hav- 
ing a total of i,893,8ro inhabitants, of whom 1,263.603, or 41.6 per cent, are white. 
Of this number, 4,394, or .4 per cent, are foreign born. The percentage of illiteracy 
of the entire population is 287 per cent, the state ranking forty-third m this respect 
The educational system of the state is as follows : 


J. Y. JoYNER, Superintendent of Public Instruction Raleigh 

John Duckett, Chief Clerk Raleigh 

R. D. W. Connor, Special Clerk for Loan Fund, etc Raleigh 


R. B. Glenn, Governor, Chairman Raleigh 

J. Y. JoYNER, Superintendent Public Instruction, Secretary Raleigh 

F. D. Winston, Lieutenant-Governor Raleigh 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State Raleigh 

B. R. Lacy, State Treasurer Raleigh 

B. F. Dixon, State Auditor Raleigh 

R. D. Gilmer, Attorney-General Raleigh 

Duties performed by State Board of Education. 

Duties performed by State Board of Education. 


North Carolina has no State Reading Circle Board, but her legislature makes 
generous provision for the building up of school libraries. A state law was passed 
in 1901. appropriating $5,000 from the state funds, to be paid out, ten dollars to 
every school district that would appropriate ten dollars, and whose citizens would 
contribute ten dollars. The appropriation was taken up in three months, and two 
thousand four hundred books were bought for the school libraries in that year. 


Dr. W. T. Whitsett. President Whitsctt 

R. D. W. Connor, Secretary Raleigh 





Address. Superintendent's Name. Address. Coonty. 

Alamance Rev. W. S. Long Graham 26,686 

Alexander A. F. Sh^rpe Hiddenlte % 10*960 

Alleghany C.J.Taylor Ennice 7,769 

Anaon J. M. Wall Wadesboro 21,870 

Ashe W. H. Jones WarrenvlUe 19,681 

Beaufort Rev. N. Harding Washington 26,404 

Bertie R. W. Askew Windsor 20^638 

Bladen Angus Cromartie Garland 17,677 

Brunswick Geo. H. Bellamy El Paso 12,667 

Buncombe A. C. Reynolds Asheville 44,288 

Burke R. L. Patton Morganton 17,699 

Cabarrus C E. Boger Concord 22,466 

Caldwell Y. D. Moore Lenoir 16,694 

Camden B. T. Burgess Shlloh 6,474 

Carteret U B. Ennett Cedar Point 11,811 

Caswell Geo. A. Anderson Anderson 16,028 

Catawba R. R. Williams Newton 22.1S3 

Chatham R. P. Johnson Mt. Vernon Springs 23,912 

Cherokee E. B. Norvelle Murphy 11,860 

Chowan C A. G. Thomas EMenton 10.268 

Clay '^. VV. Fleming Clarence 4,632 

Cleveland B. T. Falls Lawndale 26,078 

Columbus F. T. Wooten Chadbourn 21,274 

Craven sS. M. Brinson New Bern 24,160 

Cumberland B. T. McBryde Fayetteville 29,249 

Currituck Dr. VV. T. Griggs Poplar Branch 6,629 

Dare R. B. Etheridge Manteo .«i 4,761 

Davidson ^. U Ledford Thomasvllle 23.40B 

Davie J. D. Hodges Augusta 12,116 

Duplin S. W. Clement Wallace 22,406 

Durham C. W. Massey Durham 26,233 

Edgecombe F. S. Wilkinson Tarboro 26,691 

Forsyth v. B. Speas f.Wlnston-Salem 36,261 

Franklin R. B. White Franklinton 25,116 

Gaston . K Hall Belmont 27,908 

Gates T. W. Costen, Jr Gatesville 10,413 

Graham L. G. Rogers Robbinsville 4,343 

Granville Robert G. Kittrell Oxford 23,263 

Greene J. E. Debnam Snow Hill 12,038 

Guilford Thomas R. Foust Greensboro 39,074 

Halifax Dr. A. S. Harrison Enfleld 80,793 

Harnett J. D. Ezzell Dunn 16,988 

Haywood R. A. Sentelle Waynesville 16,222 

Henderson McD. Ray Hendersonvllle 14,104 

Hertford T. E. Brown Ahoskie 14,294 

Hyde S. J. BecKwlth Swan Quarter 9,278 

Iredell J. A. Butler Statesville 29.064 

Jackson W. L. Henson Webster 11,853 

Johnston Ira T. Turlington Smithneld 32.250 

Jones W. H. Hammonds Trenton 8,226 

Lenoir C. W. Howard Kinston 18.639 

Lincoln G. T. Heafner Grouse 16,498 

Macon T. J. Johnston Franklin 12,104 

Madison C. A. Henderson Marshall 20,644 

Martin R. J. Pcele Wllliamston 15,383 

McDowell E. E. Sams Marion 12,667 

Mecklenburg R. J. Cochrane Charlotte 55,268 

Mitchell D. W. Green Wing 15,221 

Montgomery W. B. Cochran Troy 14,197 

Moore M. A. McLeod Broadway 23,622 

Nash W. S. Wilkinson Rocky Mount 26,471 

N<»w Hanover W. Catlett Wilmington 25,785 

No.'thampton Paul J. Long Jackson 21,150 

Onsiow Walter M. Thompson Richlands 11,940 

Orange .J. C. Hocutt Hillsboro 14,690 

Pamlico E. C. Ross Grantsboro 8,tV45 

Pasquotank S. L. Sheep Elizabeth City 13,660 

Pender T. T. Murphy Atkinson 18,381 

Perquimans W. G. Galther Hertford JO.OW 






Address. Saperintondent's Name. Address. 

Person G. P. HoUoway Roxboro 

Pitt W. H. Ragsdale Greenville 

Polk W. M. Justice Mill Spring ... 

Randolph J. M. Way Asheboro 

Richmond W. R. Cobpedge Rockingham .. 

Robeson J. R. Poole Lumberton 

Rockingham H. A. Hayes Reidsvllle 

Rowan R. G. Kizer Salisbury 

Rutherford W. T. R. Bell Rutherfordton 

Sampson John A. Ferrell Clinton 

Stanley E. F. Eddins Palmerville .. 

Scotland L. M. Blue Gibson 

Stokes J. T. Smith Danbury 

Surry J. H. Allen Dobson 

Swain D. A. Randolph Almond 

Transylvania F. C. Henderson Quebec 

Tyrrell R. H. Spruill Columbia 

Union R. F. Beasley Monroe 

Vance J. C. Kittrell Henderson .... 

Wake Z. C. Judd Raleigh 

Warren Nat Allen Warrenton 

Washington J. O. Everett Plymouth 

Watauga B. B. Dougherty Boone 

Wayne E. T. Atkinson Goldsboro 

Wilkes C. C. Wright Hunting Oreek 

Wilson E. J. Barnes Wilson 

Yadkin A. J. Martin Longtown 

Yancey E. E. Hawkins Burnsville . . . 


.... 7,001 




.... 8.401 
.. 6.620 
.... 4.980 



ABEBDEEV. Moore Co., pop. 659. 
Aberdeen Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
S. P. Lockart. Prin. 
ADVANCE, Oavie Co., pop. 273. 
Advance Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
John Minor, Prin. 
ASHEVILLE, Buncombe Co., pop. 14,694. 
Asheville Business College; bus. and sten.; 

H. S. Sbockley, Pres. 
Asheville Collesre for Young Women; closed. 
Bingham Bohool, The; boys' boarding; mili- 
tary; non-sect.; Col. R. Bingham, Supt. 
Asheville School of Stenography and Type- 
writing; sten.; est. 1800; Miss Frances 
Emanuel, Prin. 
Home Industrial School; prep, and indust.; 
girls; Presb.; est. 1887; Miss Florence 
Stephenson, Prin. 
Vennal and Collegiate Institute; normal; 
private; women: Presb.; est. 1892; Rev. 
Thomas Lawrence. D. I)., Pres. 
Stevens' School, The Misses; prop.; co-ed.; 
non-sect.; est. 1900; Miss Elizabeth C. 
Stevens, Prin. 
iSHPOLE, Robeson Co., pop. 432. 
Ashpole Institute ; prep. ; co-ed. ; non-sect. ; est. 
1879; George W. Copgin, A. B., Pres. 
AKDEV, Buncombe Co., pop. 137. 
Christ's Ekihool; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; T. 
C. Wetmore, Prin. 
ATLANTIC, Carteret Co., pop. 52. 
Atlantic Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 

O. W. Mewbom, Prin. 
AfUatic Institute; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
C. E. James, Prin. 

ATTGUSTA, Davie Co., pop. 32. 
Hodges School; prep.; co-ed.; non-tect.; Jobn 

D. Hodges, A. M., Prin. 
AULANDEB, Bertie Co., pop. 342. 
Aulander Aoadenvy; prep.; co-ed.; non-seet.; 

H. W. Early. Prin. 
AYDEN, PiU Co.. pop. 657. 
Free Will Baptist Theologioal Bemlaaiy; 

theol.; co-ed.; Free Will Bapt.; est. 1809; 

Thomas Ewing Peden, D. D., Pres. 
BAYBOBOVGH, Pamlico Co., pop. 282. 
Pamlico Male and Female Institnte; prep.; 

co-ed.; non-sect.; est. 1888; Tliomas M. 

Sea well, O. B., Prin. 
BEATTFOBT, Carteret Co., pop. 2.106. 

Beaufort High School; prep.; co-ed.; IM»- 

Boot.; Mrs. Daisy Belle, Prin. 
St. Paul's School; prep.; co-ed.; P. B.; 

Thomas P. Noe. M. A.. B. D., Prin. 
Washburn Seminary; prep.; co-ed.; non-eect.; 

est. ISCT); D. Wilder, A. B., Prin. 
BELLCBOSS, Camden Co., pop. 07. 
Bellcross Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-«ect.; 

J. D. Berry, Prin. 
BELMONT, Gaston Co., pop. 145. 
Sacred Heart Academy; girls* boarding; B. 

C; Mother M. Teresa, Prin. 
St. Mary's College; col.; men; B. C; esL 

1878; Rev. Leo. Hald. D. D.. O. 8. B.. 


School's announcement. — Situated eleven 

miles west of Charlotte. N. G. In charge 

of the Benedictine Fathers. Physical, 

m<xn\ and religious training a special aim 

of the school. Pure, cold water; healtliy. 





substantial food; cool mouataln air. 
Classical, commercial and scientiflc 
coarses. Graduates hold responsible and 
lacratiTe positions in the principal South- 
ern cities. Terms of board and tuition 
for the year, $200. 
BELVIDEBE, Psrqoimans Go., pop., 110. 
Belvidere Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; Friends; 
Mary J. White, Prin. 
BELWOOD, Cleveland Co., pop. 107. 
Belwood Institute; prep.; co-ed.; M. B. So.; 
set. 1890; John 0. Oarett, Prin. 
BETHEL HILL, Person Co., pop. 83. 
Bethel Hill Institute; prep.; co-ed.; Bapt.; 
ReT. J. A. Beam, Prin. 
BIO LICK, Stanly Co., pop. 132. 
Biff Liok Aoademy: prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
J. C. Black. Prin. 
BILTMORE, Buncombe Co., pop. 71. 
BUtmore School; 'prep.;- co-ed.; non-sect.; R. 

R. .Tobnuon. Prin. 
Biltmore Parish School; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; Alice R. Jackson, Prin. 
BI8C0E, Montgomery Co., pop. 79. 

Bisooe Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
Flora M. Martin, Prin. 
BLOWnrO ROCK, Wataufa Co., pop. 331. 
Skyland Institute; prep.; co-ed.; Cong.; est. 
1888; Mrs. E. R. Dorsett. Prin. 
BOILINO SPRINGS, Cleveland Co., pop. 76. 
Boiling Springs Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; W. B. Qoode, Prin. 
BOMBAT, Randolph Co. 
Bombay Institute; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
W. S. Anderson, Prin. 
BOOKER, Wilkes Co., pop. 87. 
Boomer High School; prep.; co-ed.; Bapt.; J. 

A. Baldwin, Prin. 
BOONEVILLE, Tadkin Co., pop. 183. 

Tadkin Valley Institute; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; est. 1854; Abner G. Gentry. B. A.. 
BROAD WAT, Moore Co., pop. 46. 
Broadway Aoademy; prop.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
M. A. McLeod. Prin. 
BREVARD, Transylvania Co., pop. 584. 
Broad Valley Institute; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; L. W. Hall, Prin. 
Industrial School; prop, and Indust.; co-ed.; 
non-sect.; E. E. Bishop, Prin. 
BiriES CREEK, Harnett Co., pop. 25. 
Buies Creek Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; Rev. J. A. Campbell, Prin. 
JITROAW, Pender Co., pop. 387. 
Burgaw Academy; prop.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 

B. T. Cowper, A. B.. Supt. 
BVRLINOTOK, Alamance Co., pop. 3,602. 

Burlington Aoademy ; prep.; co-ed.; Meth. ; est. 
1903; H. C. Stout, Supt. 

Parish School; prop.; co-ed.; non-sect.; Bes- 
sie Mann, Prin. 
BX7RNSVILLE, Tanoey Co., pop. 207. 

OoUegiate Institute; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
B. E. Hawkins. Prin. 

MoCormiok School; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 

C. R. Hubbard, Prin. 
BUXTOK, Dare Co., pop. 34. 

Buxton Aoademy; prop.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
Mrs. Minnie Harrell, Prin. 
CALDWELL DrSTITITTE, Orangs Co., pop. SO. 
Caldwell Institute; prep.; co-ed.; Presb.; 
Mrs. W. T. Hall, Principal. 
CAMDEJT, Camden Co., pop. 268. 
Camden High School; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 

D. H. Tlllett, Prin. 
CAVA, Davie Co., pop. 51. 

Cana Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; G. 

A. Reynolds, Prin. 
CARTHAGE, Moore Co., pop. 605. 
Carthags Academis Institute; prep.; co-ed.; 

non-sect.; 0. H. Mcintosh, Prin. 
CART, Waks Co., pop. 883. 
Cary High School; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 

est. 1870; E. L. MIddleton, Head Master. 
CEDAR GROVE, Orange Co., pop. 70. 

Cedar Grove Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; bsb.- 

sect. ; Aunle Hughes, Prin. 
CEDAR ROCK, Franklin Co., pop. 44. 
Cedar Rook Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; Bapt. 

Mis.; T. H. Sledge, Prin. 
CHAPEL HILL. Orange Co., pop. 1,099. 
Chapel Hill School; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.*, 

J. W. Ganoda. Prin. 
University of Korth Carolina; nniv.; state; 

men; est. 1795; F. P. Venable, Pros. 
University of North Carolina, Department of 

Pharmacy; phar.; men; est. 1898; B. V. 

Howell, Dean. 
University of North Carolina, Law Dspart- 

ment; law; men; est. 1846; James C. 

MacUae. LL. D., Dean. 
University of North Carolina, Medical School; 

mod.; reg.; men; est. 1878; Richard H. 

Whitehead, M. D., Dean. 
CHARLOTTE, Mecklenburg Co., pop. 18.091 
Biddle University (colored); col.; men; Presb.; 

est. 1878; Rev. D. J. Sanders, D. D., 

Charlotte Commercial College; bus. and sten.; 

J. C. Mints. Pres. 
Charlotte MiUtary Institute; military; non- 
sect.; J. G. Balrd, Supt. 
Elisabeth College; girls' boarding; non-sect.; 

est. 1807; C. B. King, A. M.. Pres. 
Fleming University of Shorthand; bus. and 

sten.; Geo. M. Fleming, Pres. 
King's Business College; bus. and sten.; J 

H. King, Prin. 
Presbyterian College for Women; girls' board- 
ing; Presb.; est. 1857; Rev. J. B. Bridges, 

D. D., Pres. 
St. Mary's Seminary; prep.; girls; R. 0.; 

S. M. Dolores, Prin. 
CHEROKEE, Swain Co., pop. 67. 
U. S. Indian Industrial School; Govt, indust. 

school for Indians; co-ed.; est. 1880; De- 

Wltt S. Harris. Supt. 
CHINA GROVE. Rowan Co., pop. 887. 
China Grove High School; prep.; co-ed.; non 





i&ct*; P, E. Wrlgbt, Ptin. 

«Mt,j Rev, T. W- Strt*udt Frin. 
PnYint* BohfM^l; prtp. ; co-ed »; Donafct.; Mrs. 
Grntinecr, Prln. 
CHOCOWDTTY, Bviufort Co.. pop, 73, 

Trimtr BobMl; prep-i co-ed*; F, H*j N* 0- 
Uaghea. Frla. 
OHUHCHLANB* D&Tidson Coi, pop. 3fl. 

FiiiB Academy; prep.* co-ed, ^ Donwct.; 
CISCO, Ohowftn G«., pop. 72. 
Elm Orovfl BoiiooL; prt^p.; co-ed.; B^pt.; liW- 
Ble a. Hebb, Frln, 

CLAaKiair, bi«^qtl co*» pop. i3i. 

BtAle iBiUtutaj prep.; ctned,; mod -sect*; W> 
M, IJimn. Prln. 
CLAYTOK, jDhmtoa Co*, pep. 7&4> 

CUjtou Hlffb, BoliiKil; pr^p. ; go-ed.; noa-Bfict. ; 
eftt. ]90<J; K. 1\ WllUwDB, A. B.* Prln. 
eLEMMONSVlLLE* Forixtlis Co,, pop, 171. 
01emmaimill« &eh*MJl| pr£?p.; co-cd, ; nott- 
BPCt, : Ja«. 12, Ball. Frla. 
CI^lNTOlf, Siiiipioo C**^ pop. 68. 
Brewar'* AoadeniJi prt'p.; co-ed,; non-»ect.: 

StJett Krt'wer, Prlii. 

Gllntan &0I100I; prep.; co-ed.; nott-aecfe.; 

Brlte Cruven, Prlii. 

CLYBE, Hayward Co., pop. 2M. 

BMjw^t>d mgh School; prep,; eo-ed.; Bipt.; 

R, A. Santt^lJ. Prln. 

GOEARIE, BftmpaoD Co.* pop. 21, 

Coharia BohooU prep.: co-ed.: aon»ect.; M«. 
B. V. Wright. Prki. 
OOI^EBAIH, Bortia Co,, pop. 
Oolanin A»domy: pn^p.; ca-ed. 
Cora B, Bt-urd, Prln. 
OOLirWBirB, Polk Co., imp, 334. 
Columbui Inttitute; prep.; co-edi. 

W. M, VVliltealde, Trio. 
Om^tral Induitriil Bd^ool; panasl; prep.; In- 
dtiit.; co-ed,; non-iett, ; Dr. J. f*. Me- 
f jtughUii, PrlD. 
OOKGOEB, Guliunrui COi» pop. 7.P10. 

l&oupt Amaanji B«miiivy; ptpp.; co-ed.: pop- 

mxir, J, H. Fibber. FrJn. 
ftookr Riwttt Hifh Bobool; prep,; co-ed,; Don- 

»ect.: W, 0. Caswell, Prln, 
iootiA Samiiiu^ (oolond); fflrla' boardlnc; 
Pruttb.i D. J, Satlerfleld. Jl. D., Pfln. 
OOKOTEK, GaUwte Co., pop. 413. 
Ooiiooi-dim CaUefo; coL; co-ed.; Luth.; Rct. 
Geo. A. RoruDier. Pres. 
COOL££ME£> Barie Co., pop. 247. 

CoolM>me« Higrb Bcbsol; prf^p.; »-ed. : noP- 
■ect, ; J. B. CrflTea. PtIb. 
OOEA, Burke GOt, pop. 2». 
Ambeiit Aoadamy; prep.; co-ed.; nop-aect.; 
(St. 1^0; T. P. Bafnei. A. B.. Prln. 
CBEBGEKT, Rowan Co.^ pop. 47. 

Creiednt Ac&dAmir and Bujlnemi GcUflfe^ J. 
L. M. Uisgt^Thj, Prlp. 
C^ISFt ^<Kiml» Co., pop, 
Atlantic Academy j prep.; eoH?d.; Mm-sMl.; 
J. rred Webb. Prln. 

OEO¥BE> Luuwlii 0«>> pol^., 182. 



Piedmont Seminary; prep.; co-ed.; nou^ 
«ct.; eat. 300a; G. T. Heafncf, Prln. 
BALLAg, Outen Co., pop. 614, 

Gmvton CoUere; glrla' boardluc; Ltttb.; ent, 
ISTP; S. A. Wolff. A. M„ Ptea. 
BALTOIT, gtokew Co.* pop. 110. 

Balton IziBtitutB ; prep, ; co^ed. ; IMa-tect. I 
W. A. niiit, Prln, 
BANBURY, Stokn Go., pop. 107. 
Banbury Acadoniy; prep.: co^ed.; tM>D-ae«t, ; 
J. T. BiulLb, PrlB. 
PAVlDSOir, Maklflsburc Go., ppp, »04. 

DaTidaou GallaKa; col.; men; Pireab.; eat. 
1837; Henry LoulB Smith, M. A„ Pb. D.. 
irank Canlina Medical College; med.; Feg.; 
men; eat. 18f)3; J. p. Munroe. U, D.. 
CENTER, J^incoln Cn., pop. ioe. 
BenvflT High Sobool; prep.; co-ed.; noii-0«ct,; 
J. G. Crawford, Prlu. 

Bortchea Aeitdfliay; prep. [ co-ed.; non-s^t. ; 
W. H. Stephenson, Prln. 
DUim, Hamatt Ca„ pop. 1.^2. 
I>uiin High BchoaU pri>p. ; co-ed.; Doo-Kct.: 
J. I). Ee^ell, Prill, 
PITBHAM, DiLThaoi Got, pop. e,eT9. 

Trinity CoUara; ci>L; co-ed.; M. B. So.; «*t. 

1651; RftT. John C. Ktlgw, D. D., Prett 

Trinity Park High School; prep.; eo-ed.; It. 

E. So.: J. F. Blrlua^ Prln. 

School' a announoemant. — Trinity Park 

School la iocflt^'d In the befluUful Plad- 

tpopt section of North CaroIlPfl; Osmpua 

adjolpa that of Trtoltj Colb^ge; atn- 

depta Pae the College libra ry, IRie 

Behool prepared for tbi^ beet colleffce; the 

Academic ei|uLpinent Is gulte complete; 

excellent gyiiinaHlum and alBletlc 

ginundi. Since 1898^ the eorollment haa 

Increaand from 72 to 16Br and oiret- 129 

■tlidenta bave been prepared for col' 

lege. The conrae corera foor yearv. 

Dormltortes, modorn In atructnr« nn^ 

e<inlpinept. Expense*: tuition. b<»ard» 

laundry, an^ hooka. flSO to $300 per 


EAGLETOWK, Harthampton Co*, ptip, 81. 

Atmira High iobpol; prep.; co-&d,; iVtenda; 

Bell White, Prln. 

ELISABETH CITY, Paa<inotank Oa.i pop, e.S4a, 

Atlantlo Collegia te Inatituta; prep,; «Htd.; 

non-aect,. B. h. Bbeep. Prln. 
Cracy School; prep.; co-ed.; nonaert.; R. B;. 

Crery, Jr,. Prln. 
Eliabetb State JTormal Sobool (eolQr«d); skot- 
mal: atate; eo-ed.; P. W. Moore* A. II., 

Pool Sohool; prep.; co-ed.; noa-aeel.; Bettl* 
Pool, Pfln. 

TUIatt Bchool; prep.; co-ed.; tios-so«t.- J. H. 
Tlllett, Prln. 
EI,CN GOXrLE&E, Alaman«« Do*, pop. oa. 
Elon Collage; cot; co-ed,; Chriatlan; «•!. 
IS*^^ Emmftt U Moffltt. Pre». 
EMQCWVILLZ, Bflvan Ca>, p«p, «oa. 






KaodiYilld Eiffh Bohool; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
MCt.; V. B. Brown, Piin. 
FAZ80V, DupUa Co., pop. 808. 
Hal* Aoftdtmy; prep.; co-ed.; non-aect.; H. 
H. Caldwell. Prln. 
FAXXBTOV, ClerelABd Co., pop. 241. 
FalUtOB Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; non-MCt.; 
Bather Falls, Prin. 
FABIOHOTOV, Davie Co., pop. 106. 
Farminfton Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; Don- 
■ect.; B. B. ColUns, Prin. 
FABKEB, Baadolph Co., pop. 87. 
Farmer Inatitnte; prep.; co-ed.; M. ■.; 
W. B. Scarboro, Principal. 
FABM8CH00L P. O., near Aaheville. 
Aaherllle Farm Bohool; boys' indnst.; Preab.; 
eat. 1892; Bey. O. Sumner Boskervllle, 
FATETTEVILLE, Cumberland Co., pop. 4.070. 
EUia School; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; Magffie 

Ellis. Prin. 
Xollette Bohool; prep.; co-ed.; non-aect.; Ma- 
rion MoUette. Prin. 
State Colored Normal Bohool (colored); nor- 
mal; atate; co-ed.; B. B. Smith, Ph. D., 
FDTOH, Vaah Co., pop. 23. 
Stanhope Hivh Bohool; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
aect.; David Preaton Parker, Prin. 
FBAVXLZBr, Xaoon Co., pop. 886. 
Franklin Klffh Bohool; prep.; co-ed.; M. B. 
Bo.; M. D. Billings. Prin. 
FBAHXLIVTOV, Franklin Co., pop. 761. 
Albion Aoademy^-Btate Vormal Bohool; nor- 
mal; atate; co-ed.; Bev. J. A. Savage, 
Fnuklintoa Chriatian College; prep.; co-ed.; 
Ohriatian; Bev. Z. A. Poste, Prin. 

FBAHXLIU V JLLLE, Bandolph Co., pop. 667. 
Franklinville High School; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
aect.; D. M. Weattaerly. Prin. 
FBEKONT, Wayne Co., pop. 436. 
Fremont High ISohool; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
aect.; 0. B. Spencer, Prin. 
All Hallowa Seminary; prep.; girls' board- 
ing; B. C; A. P. Lindsay, Prin. 
OABTOVIA, Oaaton Co., pop. 4,610. 
Oaaton Aeadamy; prep.; co-ed.; Preab.; J. 
W. Slier, Prln. 
OATH, Orange Co., pop. 48. 

White Grove Academy ; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
aect.; M. B. Self. Prin. 
OEOBOE, Korthampton Co., pop. 63. 
Olney Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; non-aect.; Da- 
vid P. White. Prin. 
OIBSOV, Scotland Co., pop. 264. 
dbaon Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; non-aect.; M. 
L. Stickney, Prin. 
•OLDBTOV, Chatham Co., pop. 175. 

Ooldaton High School; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
aect.; W. H. Tyler, Prln. 
aBANITX FALLB, Caldw«U Co., pop. 277. 

Oranite Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; non-aect.; W. 
P. White, Prin. 
OBAKTSBOBO, PamUoo Co., pop. 68. 
Allianoe High Bohool; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
aect.; B. 0. Boaa, Prin. 
aBEEXrSBOBO, Guilford Co., pop. 10,085. 
Agrioultural and Maohanioal Collet* for the 
Colored Baoe; (colored); indust.; men; atate; 
est. 1891; James B. Dudley, M. A., Prea. 
Bennett College; col.; co-ed.; M. B.; eat. 

1871; S. A. Peeler. A. M., B. D., Pres. 
Chreensboro Female College; girla* boarding; 
M. B. So.; eat. 1846; D. Peacock. A. B., 

A. M., Prea. 

State Vormal and Znduatrial Bohool; normal; 
atate; co-ed.; Gbarlea D. Mclver, Prea. 
GBOYEB, Cleveland Co., pop. 174. 
Grover High School: prep.; co-ed.; non-aect.; 

B. L. Howell. Prin. 

GT7ILF0BD COLLEGE, Guilford Co., pop. 208. 
Guilford College; col.; co-ed.; Frienda; eat. 
1837; L. Lyndon Hobbs, A. M., Prea. 
HAIOLTOV, Martin Co., pop. 493. 
Hamilton Inatitnte; prep.; co-ed.; non-aect.; 
eat. 1893; W. H. Albright, Ph. B., M. A.. 
HAYEBYILLE, CUy Co., pop. 142. 
Fort Hembree Buaineas Institute; bus. and 
sten.; est. 1901; L. F. Shuford, Prin. 
HEBTFOBD, Perquimans Co., pop. 1.882. 
Perquimans Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; J. W. Boberts, Prin. 
HICXOBT, Catewba Co., pop. 2.635. 
Claremont Female College; girls* boarding; 
non-sect.; est. 1880; D. W. Bead, M. A., 
Lenoir College; col.; co-ed.; Luth.; est. 1891; 
Bev. B. A. Yoder. A. M., Prea. 
HIDDEVITE, Alexander Co., pop. 106. 
Hiddenite School; prep,; co-ed.; non-aect.; 

A. F. Sharpe. Prln. 
Hart School; prep.; co-ed.; non-aect.; Alice 
Hart. Prin. 
HILLSBOBO, Orange Co., pop. 707. 
Hillsboro Private School; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; est. 1880; Mrs. Bragg and Mlsa 
Heartt, Prlns. 
Orange Grove Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
spot.; J. F. H. McDuffy, Prin. 
HOT 8PBIKGS, Madison Co., pop. 445. 
Dorland Institute; prep.; co-ed.; non-aect.; 
Julia Phillips. Prin. 
HTTDSOK, CaldweU Co., pop. 112. 
Hudson Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-aect.; 
E. B. Phillips, Prin. 
HUKTEBSVILLE, Mecklenburg Co., pop. 533. 
Huntersville High Bohool; prep.; Presb.; B. 
co-ed.; est. 1885; B. M. Gray, Prln. 
ILEX, Davidson Co., pop. 42. 
Holly Grove Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; Luth.; 
(Charles S. Hileman, A. B., Prin« 
nrTELLIGEVCE, Boekingham Co. 





Bb«Tp'i iDitituU; pri?p.; co-ed.; nciia^B<ecL: 
J. M. Sbarp, Prln. 
J&«kioii BpflDifs Aoftdemy; prtp.; co-ed. ^ noD- 
BiK-t.; T. M. Seawell. Prln, 
MHESVILX.E, MLTtin €fi*, pop. 235. 

Ji.tiie»TilIa Acmdomy; pr^p^t co-ed.; tkoa-iecl. ; 

JEEUSALEM. Davift Co,, pop. T4. 

Jefutalem High School; prep.; co-ed*; nom- 
Bpct; A. L, CHafnn, Prin, 
lOKESBOBO* Macro Co.. pop. eiO. 
Jotiflsb<tro Hlffh Bobool; prep,; co-ed. r noa- 
iuct, ; PuliTn^r DRlrymple. Prln. 
IDZTESYILLE, Y»dUii Oo., pop. 1S7. 
JohabtUIa A^dflinr; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
iect.; J. T. Smith, Prtn. 
J OFF A, OTAnsfl Co.^ 

Chettiiut Bid;« Xnttltute; prep.; co-ed.; nod- 
aert.5 T. L. lU^vi^ele. Prlti, 
KENANSVItLE. DttplJn Co,, pop, 2TL 
Shaw fichool; prep.| coed.; Eioii-i«ct. ^ W* IL 
SbBw, Prtn. 
KZENEE9VI1LE, Fortytho Co*, pop. flfiS. 

KamerATUU Ac»domy; prep,; co-eO.; dos- 
Bert. ; Fmf. JolinJVnn. PrliielpnL 
KIHQB JIOUUTADI, Cleveland Co,, pop. 2.0S2. 
King! HounUin Hiffh flohool; prep,; co-ed.; 
tini^ prrt ; 5?. W. GnrTiUe, Pl'ln, 

LfDcolD AdLdBm?! prep.; co-ed.; Oonff,; Ol- 
llBO 3. Catlicart. Pdo. 
KmSTON* Lenoir Co*, pop. 4,10e. 

Bintton MilltwT Imtttntis; pr(*p.; bojs; bon- 

eeet ; W, H; Rhodefi. Pr!n. 
Lowfft B^ool; prep.; co-ed.; ftoTi-sect. ; Blcb- 
trd H. I^wii. PrSr. 
KITTEELL, Vvnx Ca., pop., Ift8. 

HittnU Collefv (cok»fed); prep,; coed.; A* 
M. B.: Mt. 1880; J* R. HnwVlfis. A. M.. 
LAtmEI, BFETKQB. AUiiffhiuiy. Mtil Moretx. 
ttAUrfll i^rfnft AcudBmj; prcfi, ; co-ed.; iioii* 
srrt ; J. R. Aldpriniin, Pfln. 
LAITBUtBtTEa, S^otlBiid Co., pop. 1.331. 
MoLefta achool; pn-p.; lo-ed.; nun-ieet.; 

Annie MrLenn, PrIn, 
MoLaad, Hiffh School; pfep, : co-ed.; iqod- 
tect.; F. P. Wyi'lie, PHo. 
LAWKPALE, CleToUnd Cox, pop. fSrtO. 
Piedmont Hifh Sobool; pr*"p. ; co-ed,; non- 
Beet; W. D. Burns. Prln» 
LAWEEHCE, EdoomliQ Co., [Kip. 27. 
Qra.00 School t prpp.; co-ed,; non-Beet.; MLbb 

LEAKBYILLE, Rooking hun G«., |iO{i. OSS. 
LofckiviUo Klffh Sokooli prep.r co-i»d.; neu- 
iwct. : G. Hoitno, PrIn. 
LEKTOm, OildwflU Co,, pop. l.^W. 
BmTODpoft Coli^Fv^^ col.; do-cd,; Meth.: eit. 
ISBfl: ChaHoB a WeaTer, A. B.. Ph. D.* 

LEWTBTON". Bartie OO- pop. 163. 

Mftnaon Aoadainr; prpp.; co-ed.; Qon«iiKt.| 
puttie MnnRon, Prln. 
LEWX8TILLE. ro«ytli« Oo>* p^p. 150. 

L«w!iTtU» Aoftdainj; prep.; co-ed. ^ afm-ieet.; 

S. WMaon Cnrrell, Prln. 
LEZIHGTOll, DiiTidiOD Co., pop. 1,234, 
LaxiiiKtoa Bamiiurj: prep«; co-ed.; pou- 

Byr^t.; GQttrgi' M, Kd(rflT. Prin. 
Eaod Ac*domy; prop.; <N>-ed.; Don->ect. ; G. 
J. W. CoK A. B.. Prin. 
LEBEEXY, Eftcidolph Ca., pop.. $04, 
Lilmnr Konahl Colle^oi norma); prlrittfee; 
eo-ed,; est. ISWJ; Tbotnajj C. Amlck, Ph. 
D., Prei. 
LUTCOLNTOl?, lluooln Co., pop. 828. 
Fiodmont Aoadomr; prep.; co-cd.; »on-«&ct*; 
B. P. Caldwell, Prin. 
LtNBSAY, OrB.DK« Co,, pop. 5a. 

D&niiUj2U4 Kigh School; prep.; cg-cd.; non^ 
sect.; C. F. McAuly, Prio. 
LOKO CEEEK, Pendor Co,, pop. ST. 

Lock Crnk Biihool; prep.; c<3-ed.; oon-Baet.; 
J. C. Henry. Prln. 
LOinaBUEO, Frmnklin Cn.. p«>p. 1.178. 
Louiibni-F Fama^lo CoUoge; girls' bonrdlng; 

Louiaburf Hale Ac&dAmy; boya* baardlti^; 
non-8Cct,; Ertii^«t Slm« Morton, A. B.. 
to WELL, Outon Co., pop. 2a0. 

Lowell KiK"h School; prep.; co-ed.; nop- 
Bnt?t. ; A. H. Lowry. Prln. 
LOWLANB, Pamlioo Co,, pop. 23. 
Unity tt«ll Hierh Schoolt prep.; «>-ed.: nnn- 
Hi-ct, ; Ri*n» BrldeetQan. Pfln, 
LITHBEETOK, Bobeion Co,, pop. S40, 

Barktr'a Hifh Bchoal; prt^p.; txi-ed.^ non- 

»t'Ct.; J. H. Hrnnrli, Prlo. 
EowUnd'a (Misa) School; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
pert. : Ml.ift Fenny Rowltind. Prln. 
Eoboion Inatltntfi; prep.; i^ved,; BHpt.; eat 
1803: P. 1^. Tiiine. A. B., LL. B., Prei. 
HABIBQN, EoBkinKham Oot, pop. 813. 

Hadiaon Hiffh School; prep.; co-ed.; non* 

si^-^t, ; D. T>, McBrlde. Prln. 
Mmdiion Initltutti mad BuBia«aa C#11bk«; 
prep.; co-ed.; non-sect; J, U, Weatherly, 

MAGNOJirA, Buplin Co,, pop. 45i. 

liafnoU& Kifh Bohool; prep.; eo-ed. ; ooP- 
*"0t.; B. Roblnaon, L. I., A, B., Prln. 
HAKTEO, Dire C*., pop. 312. 

H&nt«D Academy; prfp. ; co-ed,; non^neet^ 
W. G. Cnltrnne. Prln. 
MABBHALL. Kjidlton Oo., p&p. 33T. 
MAmhall Ao«d«my; prep.; eo-«d.; P«ih.; 

Grarc Martin, Prln. 
W&lnut fiprin^i. Aoftdfimy; inr^P*; co>«d.; 
rion-»ect.; Jiliaa M. V. Darby. PHd. 
liABSHAXIBiaO. Carturat Go., i^. 07. 
Graiiam Collegiate laatltute; prep,; co-ed. j 

M. E ; R*?v. €. M. LeriBtf^r, Prtn, 
Grahajoi Sominary; pri^p. ; co^ed.; It. H.t 
Rev. CM. L<?rtster, Prtn, 
MAES HILL, 1lAiliw»n Co., pop, ai9. 

Biff Fine 8oli#ol; prepi.; co-ed.; nnn-eect.f 

R. L. Moore, A. B,, Prln. 
Mart HiU Collepo? pre p.; eo-ed.; Bapt; R. L 
Moori*. Prin. 
MAEBHTILLE, ITaloa Oo«, pop. 840, 





XanhTill* Aoadtmy; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
Beet.; H. H. Caldwell. A. B., Prln. 
MEBAVE, Alamanoe Go., pop. 218. 
The Binfham Sohool; boys' boarding; non- 
•ect.; Preston Lewis Gray. Prln. 
MEERITT, Pamlioo Co., pop. 99. 
Trent Sohool; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; B. 
P. Dixon, Prln. 
MEBBT OAKS, Chatham Co., pop. 120. 
Merry Oaks Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; Lillian Massey, Prln. 
MID WAT, Davidson Co., pop. 82. 
Arcadia Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
C. W. Rothwlch, Prln. 
MDTEOLA, Beaufort Co., pop. 48. 
Carolina Institute; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
W. A. Bridges. Prln. 
MIZPAH, Stokes Co., pop. 98. 
Mountain View Institute; prep.; co-ed.; non> 
sect.; William M. WaU. Prln. 
MOCXSYILLE, Davies Co., pop. 746. 

Mooksville High Sohool; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; Walter H. Ooodaran. Prln. 
Sunny Side Seminary; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; M. M. Eaton, Prln. 
MOFFIT, Randolph Co., pop. 119. 

Shilow Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
A. 0. Cox, Prln. 
MOREHEAD CITT, Carterett Co., pop. 1.879. 
Harry North High Sohool; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; B. I. Tart, A. B., Prln. 
MOROAVTON, Burke Co., pop. 1.938. 
Marbuth Sohool; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 

Mrs. Marbuth. Prin. 
Fatten Sohool; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; Jacob 
C. Patton, Prln. 
MOORESYILLE, IredeU Co., pop. 1.688 
MooresYllle Aoademy, prep.; co-ed.; Presb.; 

Charles L. Orey, Prln. 
Mooresville Institute; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
est. 1896; F. P. Rockett, A. B., Prln. 
MORAVIAN FALLS, Wilkes Co.. pop.. 118. 
Moravian Falls Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; est. 1881; D. G. Weaver, Pres. 
MORTON STORE, Alamance Co. 

Oilliam Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
J. W. GlUlam, Prln. 
MORVEN, Anson Co., pop. 447. 

Morven Hill Aoademy; prop.; co-ed.; non> 
sect.; J. B. T. Massey, Prln. 
M0T7NT OILEAD, Montgomery Co., pop. 896. 
Mount Oilead Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; Eugene Harris, Prln. 
M0T7NT OLIVE, Wayne Co., pop. 617. 
Mount Olive High Sohool; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; David F. Nicholson. Prln. 
M0T7NT PLEASANT, Cavarrus Co., pop. 444. 
Collegiate Institute; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 

H. A. McCullough, Prln. 
Mount Amoena Seminary; girls' boarding; 
Lntb.; Henderson N. Miller. Ph. D.. Prin. 
M0T7NT TIRZAH, Person Co., pop. 1.30. 

Readeland Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; A. S. Webb, Prln. 

pop. 29. 
Mt. Vernon Springs Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; 
est. 1850; Missionary Bapt.; B. P. 
Johnson. Prin. 
Sandy Creek Association School; girls' board- 
ing; Bapt.; A. M. Tates. Prln. 
MURFREESBORO, Hertford Co., pop. 667. 
Chowan Baptist Female Institnte; girls 
boarding; Bapt.; est. 1848; John C. 
Scarborough, A. B., Pres. 
NASHVILLE, Nash Co., pop. 479. 
Baker's Sohool; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 

Mrs. J. H. L. Baker, Prin. 
Nashville Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
A. H. Koonce. Prln. 
NEWTON, Catawba Co.. pop. 1.683. 
Catawba College; col.; co-ed.; Reformed; 

est. 1861; 0. H. Melbane. Pres. 
North Carolina College; col.; men; Lutlt; 
est. 1869; Bdwln Bowers. A. M., Praa. 
NEWTON GROVE, Sampson Co., pop. 76. 
Catholic Sohool; prep.; boys; R. C; M. A. 

Irvln. Prln. 
Preparatory School; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
Blllle Robinson. Prln. 
NORWOOD, Stanley Co., pop. 668. 
Norwood High Sohool; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; J. M. Sherrlll. Prin. 
NTTLIN, Alleghany Co., pop. 26. 
Turkey Knob School; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; Oscar R. Black. Prin. 
OAK RIDGE, Guilford Co., pop. 161. 

Oak Ridge Institute; prep, and bus.; boys,* 
est. 1862; non-sect.; J. Allen Holt and 
M. H. Holt, Props. 
ORMONDSVILLE, Greene Co., pop. 26. 
Ormondsville Institute; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; W. W. Ormand. Prin. 
ORRVM, Robeson Co. 
Stinoeon Institute; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
M. Sheppard. Prln. 
OXFORD, Granville Co., pop. 2,069. 
Homer Military School; military; non-sect.: 

J. C. Homer. Prin. 
Oxford Female Seminary; girls' boarding; 
Bapt.; est.; 1860; F. P. Hobgood, Prea 
PANTEGO. Beaufort Co., pop. 258. 

Fantego Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
Chas. Scarlet, Prin. 
PEE DEE, Anson Co.. pop. 62. 
Barrett Collegiate and Industrial Sohool; 
prep.; co-ed.; non-sect; A. M. Barrett. 
A. M., D. D., Prln. 
PENELOPE, Burke Co., pop. 13. 
Penelope Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
S. W. Hall, Prln. 
PINNACLE, Stokes Co., pop. 166. 

Pinnacle High School; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; C. H. Johnson, Prln. 
Pinnaole Institute; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.: 
S. W. Hall. Prin. 
PIONEER MILLS, Cabarrus Co., pop. 82. 
Pioneer Mills Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.: J. A. Barnhardt, Prin. 





PITXaBOEO, Clutluua €o>. iKsp. 424, 
BitUbOro AaAiymf; pr*?p.; ^i>-ea.\ non-iect,; 
H. M. LofiiJon, Priu. 
BA^FOEU, Cumber land Co.^ pop, 175. 
BAOf&rd Hlg^h Sfibfsol; prep.; co-»d^; uon- 
Hoct.; J. A. MoLood, PrlDi 
EALEIOH, Wako Co., t>c>p. 13.^3. 

S&ptift Female trolTflnttyj gLrli' boefdLus; 

Biiyt.: est. 1880; B- T. Vanti, Pre*. 
KUi^i Bmineu Galley f btu. and slen^l J- H. 
KtDf. PrBB. 

L«oa«fd Hedioml Sduwl of Bbmw Xraiferiitr: 
med. : reg.^ mcD; est. 1SS2; Jeiauft Mc- 

MoaDt MorUUi AoadsniT; prep.; co-ed.; non- 

■eet.; M- A, Adume^ Prln. 
Hsitb CftfoUna C^Uft^e of AffHrniltura *fld 

MAobiuDile Arta; tecb*; jaoB-Bodt. ; meo; 

cut. 1S83: George Teyjor Wloatoop Pre*. 
F«Ae« lastitute; girl*' boarding r uoa^iiect. i 

Jfttuea DluwJddle. M. A., Prltt. 
BalAlfli Male AcmdflOkr: boys' bonrdliiff; dob- 

•ect. ; Hagb Morioa, Fdn, 
Bt. AuguitLse's BohcMl (colored) i unr. and 

liiduet; co-Pd.; F, E.^ eat. ISTTi Set, 

A. B. Hiihtr^r, Prln. 
it. Karr'a Boboal; glrU' basrdl^f; P. E.; 

R«T. McNeely Da Bobc. B. S.« B. D,, 

ili«w tTalvenlty; ueIth.; co-ed.; Bji^t.; c«t, 

1806; ChftB, F. Muserre^ LL. D., Pre*, 
ebaw ITalTeTiitTp Bopartaent ef PbarmacT^ 

phar.; mi^D; eet. 1880; Cbae- B. Cruwreo, 

t*b. Gi.. Dean, 
iluw Ualveratty,! Law fldiwlr law; men; est, 

lea^; E. A. Jcbason, Lti. D.. Dean. 
Wbitt&kfit Sobool; pn^p.; c^ed.; non-iect.; 

Mias aflllle Wblttaker, PHn. 
EAHSEUBp Baadolph Co., pop. 769. 
Eamaour Hlffb Bchoel; prep.; l!ol^d.; oon- 

fteet.; J. T. Cobb. Prin, 
BED BFEOTGS, Robeson Co.^ pop. S&S. 
KoTtb Carolina MiliUir Aoaditrnj; mlUtiHT; 

BOD-Hort; Dr. S. W. Mtirpby, A. M., 

HdBd MnstfT. 
B^utbem PrciibFtnriaii CoUege aad Couwarra- 

tory of Vuiio; miiH.; PrPHb. ; fo-fd.: t'Ht. 

18»G; R^'¥, C, G. Verdini. D. D,. Pre*. 
BEIPSVIXIi^p Ei^skififfliam Co., pop. 3,203. 
EeldiriUs Bomioary; prep.; glrJa; noo-aeet^; 

N. A. nays, rrlD, 
KICH SflUABCp HorthamptoD €o., pop. £32, 
Bicb Bqoajo High Bcbool; prep.; co-ed.; non- 

Buct.; John P. Cole, Prln. 
BIDOBWATt Wamm Co^, pop, 260. 
German ficbool; prep.; co-ed.; POD-Kct; M. 

Lant4;rback. Prln. 
BOBEBBQBVtLLE, Martia Co., pop, 27&. 
Bob«»aaTiUii Aoademy; pr«p. » cthed.* non* 

Beet.; eat. lt€>2; Jdhn D. Eirefettt L. I , 

aOWXAHIl, E<>beaon Co., pop. 3&7. 
Mo viand Hirb Bobool; prep.; co-ed.; non- 

tf»ct.; G. E. Swala. Prln. 
ROS:SOE0i Peraoa Co., pop. 1,0S1. 
Sattarlalld Scbool;; prep.; co-ed.; noDtect.; 

Gertl« 3att«fJleldp P^o. 

coK ; co^«d. ; 
WlllJjini H. 


BQXQBEL, Barti^ C^., pop. ^17, 

Boxobel Aaadetny; prep.; eo-^ed.; aoD-a«ct.; 
Mattie LlTenriici, Prln. 
EtrmKi^ Bocking^bam Oe,, pcyp. 100, 

Euffin High School j prep.; co-ed.; OOD-sect.; 
Pr«>f. OsbTirn. Prln. 
Butharford College; eoL; co-ed.; If. fi. So,; 
est. lMiK>; Liiy D. Tbonit3«on. A. B., Pre*. 
iALEM, F^raytb Co., pop. 3.042. 

fialflm Boyt' School; prep.; boy*; noa-*ect. ; 

J. r>. Brower, Prln. 
ialem Female Acadomj and Callaga; gli-la* 
boarding; MoraTliiii; eat. 1803; BeT. Jobn 
n. Clewell, Ph. D., Proa- 
BALEMBUBd. Bampavn Co*, pop, S3. 
Salom Bigh Sobool; prep.; co-ed.; non-ieet.: 
eat. 1874; Qearge I', Edwardi, A. B,^ 

aAXISBTJEYp Rowan Co,, pop. 8,277. 

Catholic School; prnp,; bojra; R. C; ¥, O, 

S. p. Jcisr^ph. Prln. 
Lirlngitonfl College (colored) ; 

A. M. E. Z.; efit. ]S£2; 
Goler, D, D., Pres. 

BAI,in>A, Polk Co,* pop. ail. 
Saluda Sominarj; prep.; Co-ed.; Cong.; 
dU SbEldoji, Prlp, 
aCQTLAHB ZfECB, HaUfax Co.. pop. 1,34S. 

Tina Hill Mala Academy; vojipond^, 
BCDTTTILLE, Alleghany Ca,, pop, 7@, 

BoottTiilo Academy; prep.; co-ed.; DOD-ftect.; 
0. It. Black, Prlp. 
SEA BOAR^« KoTtbamptoD Co., pop. 2S7. 
Bea Beard Higb Bobool; prep.; coed.; ooti- 
ftett,; W. H. Cole. Prln. 
SfiALLOT^E^ Bmnawiek Ca>, pop, 149. 
Bballotts Preparatory Bqhaol; prep.; co-ed.; 
trnm-icet. ; Geo. Leonardo Prlo, 
SHAEOzr. ClevelaBd Co,* pop. 42. 
Sharon A»damy; prep.; eo-ed.; nOQ.Kct.; 1. 
M. GrlfliM, Prln. 
SHILOH, Camden Co,, pop. 13*. 
Blue Button Academ^r; prep.; co-ed,; noor 

srt^t.; Virgle D. Garrlaa. Prln. 
Shilob Academy: prep.; €o-ed.; DOn-wet.; C. 

B. Gnmeti?, prln. 

BllJia CITT, Chatham Co., pop. 440. 

Bilar City High School t prep.; co-ed.; p<m- 
BE?et.; 8. A, Ivea. PrJn. 
SHOW HILL, Oroens Co., pop, 400. 
Snow HIU Inatiiute; prep.; co-ed.; non-MCt.; 
eat. 1800; J. B. Debnam, LL. B., Piia. 
BCUTH MLLLS, Camdan Co., pop. 420. 
Bouth MlUa Academy; prep.; co^ed,; mm^ 
si^rt.; ChBi. Btima. Prln. 
BOtfTRPOET, Brunawiok Co,, pop. 1,3«1€. 
Sou.thport Academy : prep.; co-ed.; Don-iOct.; 
K. C .=!;f>hiilta!. Prin. 
SPAETA, AUcghanT Co., pop. 501, 

Sparta Institute; prep.; co-ed.; M. B. ; S. W. 
Waltf^r M, WjigflneF, Prln. 
SPEKCEE, Eawatt Co., pop, 2.600. 

Spencer Hig-h Bohool; pfep. ; rrih-ed, ; non- 

aeet.; Mrs. L. B. Hfttbea, Prln. 
BtalUnga' School; prep.; co-ed.; DOD-t«et.; 





J. W. Stalllnga, Prln. 
BPRINa HOPE, Kaih Co.. pop. 606. 
Sprinir TLopt Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; M. P. Cameron, Prln. 
8T. PATTLS, Eobeson Go., pop. 66. 
8t. Panli High School; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; N. D. Johnson, Prln. 
STAB, Montgomery Co., pop. 211. 
Star Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 0. 
J. Slier. Prln. 
8TATE8YILLE, Iredell Go., pop. 3.141. 
Btatesrille Female College; girls' boarding; 
Presb.; est. 1857; Rev. John A. Scott. 
A. B., B. D., Pres. 
8T0MEVILLE, Eockingham Co., pop. 37S. 
StoneTille High School; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; L. T. Royall, Prln. 
SUNSHOTE, Eutherford Co., pop. 61. 
Sunshine Institute; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
Charles S. Calton. Prin. 
SUTHEKLANDS, Ashe Co., pop. 76. 
Butherlands Seminary; prep.; co-ed.; M. B. 
So.; L. M. Farthing, Prin. 
TAEBOEO, Edoombe Co., pop. 2.499. 

Tarboro Hale Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; F. S. Wilkinson. Prln. 
TATLOESYILLE, Alexander Co., pop. 413. 
Taylorsville Collegiate Institute; prep.; co- 
ed.; non-sect.; Rer. J. A. White, Prin. 
TH0MA8YILLE, Davidson Co., pop. 751. 
ThomasviUe High School; prep.; co-cd.; non- 
TEOT, Montgomery Co., pop. 878. 
Peabody Aoademy; nor.; co-ed.; Cong.; est. 
1880; Rev. 0. Faduma, B. D.. Prin. 
mnOK EIDOE, Alamanoe Co., pop. 23. 
Union Eidge Aoademy: prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; Thoinas W. Strowd, Prin. 
mriONYILLE, Union Co., pop. 21. 
Union Institute; prep.; co-ed.; non- sect.; est. 
1885; O. C. Hamilton, Prin. 
VAjmEMERE, Pamlioo Co., pop. 160. 

Home School; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
Annie Cabul, Prln. 
WADESBOEO, Anson, Co., pop. 1,546. 
Ansoa Institute; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; D. 

A. McGregor, Prln. 
Pee Dee Institute; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 

W. J. Ferrell, Prln. 
Wadesboro Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
D. A. McGregor, Prin. 
WADEVILLE,' Montgomery Co., pop. 96. 
Wadeville Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
K. W. Hogan. Prin. 
WAKEFIELD, Wake Co., pop. 142. 
Wakefield Classical and Mathematical School ; 
prep.; co-ed.; Bapt.; R. B. Sentelle, 
WAKE FOREST, Wake Co., pop. 823. 

Wake Forest College; col.; men; Bapt.; est 
1834; Wm. Louis Poteat, M. A., LL. D., 
Wake Forest College, Law School; law; men; 
est. 1894; N. Y. Gulley, M. A.. Dean. 

WALNUT COVE, Stokes Co., pop. 886. 
Walnut Cove High Sohool; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; Joseph Aden, Prln. 
WAVCHESE, Dare Co., pop. 125. 
Wanohese Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
C. E. Taylor, Prln. 
WAREENTON, Warren Co., pop. 836. 
Brown's Sohool; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; Miss 

Mattie Brown, Prin. 
Hawkins Sohool; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 

Miss Lucy W. Hawkins, Prin. 
Shiloh Institute; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; T. 

B. Bruce. Prin. 
Warrentoa ^gh Sohool; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; John Graham, Prin. 
WARSAW, Duplin Co., pop. 676. 
Warsaw High Sohool; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
S. G. Wlnstead, Prln. 
WASHINGTON, Beaufort Co., pop. 4.842. 
Robinson School; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
Bettle Robinson. Prin. 
WEAYERVILLE, Buncombe Co., pop. 828. 
Weaverville Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; J. M. Ropeson, Prin. 
Weaverville College; col.; co-ed.; M. B. So.; 
est. 1878; Geo. F. Klrby, Pres. 
WEST RALEIGH. Wake Co., pop. 114. 
North Carolina College of Agriculture and Me- 
ohanio Arts; agr.; state; co-ed.; est. 1889; 
George T. Winston. A. M., LL. D., Pres. 
WHITE STORE, Anson Co., pop. 20. 
Polkton Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; R. 
D. Redfeam, Prln. 
WHITEHEAD, Alleghany Co., pop. 76. 
Whitehead Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
J. M. Cheek, Prin. 
WHITE OAK, Bladen Co., pop. 42. 

White Oak High Sohool; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; W. W. Woodhouse. Prln. 
WHITSETT, Guilford Co., pop. 80. 

Whitsett Institute; boy's prep.; non-sect.; 
est. 1884; W. T. Whitsett. Ph. D., Pres. 
WHITTIER, Swain Co., pop. 120. 
Whittier High Sohool; prep.; co-ed.; Cong.; 
J. Ulrich Gibbs, Prin. 
WHT NOT, Randolph Co., pop. 23. 
Why Not Aoademy and Business Institute; 
prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; G. F. Gomer, 
WILMINGTON, New Hanover Co., pop. 20.976. 
Alderman's (Miss) Select School; prep.; co- 
ed.; non-sect.; Mary L. Alderman, Prin. 
Boys' School; prep.; boys; non-sect.; B. B. 
Hague, Prln. 

Boys' Catholic School; prep.; boys; R. C; 
Father Dennln, Prln. 

Cape Fear Aoademy; boys* prep.; non-sect.; 

est. 1860; Washington CoUett, Prin. 
Gregory Normal Sohool; normal; private; co- 
ed.; Geo. A. Woodward. Prin. 
Hart's (Miss) Select Sohool; prep.; co-ed.; 
non-sect.; Miss Annie Hart, Prin. 
WILSON. Wilson Co., pop. 3.62S. 





AtUntio ChrUtiaii College; coL; co-ed.; Ohrls- 

tian; est. 1902; Rev. J. S. Harper, Pres. 
Kinaey Seminary; merged into Atlantic Chrla- 

tian College. 
Wilson Collegiate Inatitute; merged into At- 
lantic Christian College. 
WDfDBOE, Bertie Co., pop. 007. 
Bertie Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; Bapt.; W. 8. 

Btheridge, Prin. 
Gurley Bohool; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; Hand 

Ourley, Prin. 
Bosefleld Bohool; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 

Mrs. M. F. OiUiam. Prin. 
Windsor Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 

Fred Archer, Prin. 
Bankin-Biohards Institute (colored); prep.; 

co-ed.: non-sect.; Rhoden Mitchell, Prin. 
WINOATE, Union Co., pop. 41. 
Wing&te Bohool; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; M. 

B. Dry, Prin. 
WDTBTOK-BALEX, Forsyth Co., pop. 13.660. 
Salem Aoademy and College; girls' boarding; 

Noravlan: est. 1802: Rev. John H. 

CIew.ell. Ph. D., Pres. 
Balem Boys' Bohool; boys* boarding; Mora* 
Tian; James F. Brower, Prin. 
WnrTEBVILLE, Pitt Co., pop. 243. 
Winterrille High Bohool; prep.; co-ed.; wm- 
sect.; O. B. Lineberry, Prin. 
WnrTOK, Hertford Co., pop. 688. 
Waters Normal Institute (oolored); normal; 
private; co-ed.; Rev. 0. S. Brown, Prin. 
WIT, Carterett Co., pop. 130. 
Wit Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; lil- 
lian Foreman, Prin. 
WOODLAjn), Northampton Co., pop. 242. 

Woodland High School; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; N. W. Brltton, Prin. 
TASKIK COLLEGE, Davidson Co., pop. 210. 
Tadkin College Institute; prep.; co-ed.; M. 
B.; W. T. and J. F. Totten, Prins. 
TASXINyiLLE, Tadkin Co., pop. 292. 
Tadkinville High School; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; Z. H. Dixon. Prin. 


Population, 319,146. School census, 111,379. School age, 6-20. 

North Dakota is the forty-first state of the Union in point of population, hav- 
ing a total of 319*146 inhabitants, of whom 311,712, or 97.7 per cent, are white. Of 
this number, 112,590, or 35.3 per cent, are foreign born. The percentage of illit- 
eracy of the entire population is 5.6 per cent, the state ranking twenty-first in this 
respect. The educational system of the state is as follows : 


W. L. Stockwell, Superintendent Bismarck 

E. J. Taylor, Deputy Bismarck 

Samuel Parker, Clerk Bismarck 


Gov. E. Y. Sarles, ex-ofiicio, President Bismarck 

Hon. W. L. Stockwell, ex ofiicio, Secretary Bismarck 

President Webster Merrifield, ex officio. Examiner University 


Hon. E. S. Sailes Bismarck Hon. C. N. Frick Bismarck 

Hon. E. F. Porter Bismarck Hon. W. L. Stockwell Bismarck 

Hon. H. L. Holmes Bismarck 

North Dakota has no School Text-Book Commission, the adoption of free or 
uniform text-books being optional with local county boards or voters. There is no 
state supervision. 


W. L. Stockwell, Superintendent Public Instruction, President Bismarck 

E. J. Taylor, Secretary Bismarck 

M. W. Barnes, Superintendent Barnes County Valley City 

T. A. Hasselquist, Superintendent Steele County Sherbrooke 

Geo. a. McFarland, Principal State Normal School Valley City 

Mrs. M. M. Davis, Superintendent Cass County Fargo 

The state has a district law for the aiding of school libraries. 


Principal Jos. Carhart, President Mayville 

Prof. A. P. Hollis, Secretary Valley City 

Prof. P. S. Berg, Treasurer Larimore 






Superintendent's Name. 

Barnes M. W. Barnes Valley City lS,lfi9 

Benson N. T. Teigen Minnewaukan 8.880 

Billings Mrs. Lydla Richards Medora 97S 

Bottineau P. B. Christensen Bottineau 7.682 

Burleigh C. L. VIgness Bismarck 6,081 

Cass Mrs. Mattie M. Davis Fargo 28.82S 

Cavalier B. E. Groom Langdon 12.680 

Dickey Mrs. Geneva M. Lovell Ellendale 6.061 

Eddy Mrs. Grace B. Putnam New Rockford 8,830 

Emmons Charles Coventry Ldnton 4.848 

Foster Mis.s Zerlina S. Eakin Carrington '.. ZJtO 

Grand Forks joseph F. McLAin Grand Forks 84.469 

Griggs Miss Clara Felring Cooperstown 4,744 

Kidder Miss Ora L. Hurd SUele 1,764 

LaMoure H. D. Mack LaMoure 6.048 

Logan R. A. McCalmont Napoleon 1.625 

McHenry Dalton McDonald Towner i_6»^ 

Mcintosh W. A. Unn Ashley 4,818 

McKenzie S. M. Starr Schafer 

McLean Henry C. Olson Washburn 4,781 

Mercer O. A. Schreiber Stanton 1,778 

Morton Will H. Seitz Mandan 8,068 

Nelson IZ. C. Olsgard Lakota 7,816 

Oliver Mrs. Ira O. Jenness Deapolis 880 

Pembina F. M. Sherarts Pembina 17,869 

Pierce Miss Anna M. Peterson Rugby 4,765 

Ramsey P. O. Norton Devils Lake 9.148 

Ransom Fred V. Hutchinson Lisbon 6J89 

Richland R. M. Black Wahpeton 17,887 

Rolette James Dunphy Kolla 7,986 

Sargent A. M. Simpson Forman 6,089 

Stark Lloya Rader Dickinson 7,621 

Steele T. A. Hasselquist Sherbrooke 6,888 

Stutsman Fred M. Wanner Jamestown 9.148^ 

Towner C. E. Blackorby Cando 6.491 

Trail J. F. Hettler Hlllsboro 18.10(r 

Walsh Jacob Sonderall Grafton 20.288 

Ward E. G. Warren MInot 7,961 

Wells Miss Josephyne M. Paulsen. Fessenden 8,810 

Willianrs Ernest R. Brownson Willlston 1,680 


ELBO WOODS, McLean Co., pop. 54. 
Indian Indoitrial School; Indust. school for 

Indians; co-ed.; est. 1800; A. W. Thomas, 

ELLEKDALE, Dickey Co., pop. 750. 

State Manual Training School; prep.; non- 
sect.; co-ed.; W. M. Kern, B. S., A. B., 

FARGO, Cass Co., pop. 9.689. 

Dakota Business College; bus. and sten.; est. 
1901; F. Leland Watkins, A. M.. Pres- 

Fargo College; col.; co-ed.; Cong.; est. 1887; 
P. G. Knowlton, Ph. D., Chalrmsn. 

North Dakota Agricultural College; agri.; 
non-sect.; co-ed.; est. 1890. 

FORT TOTTEK, Benson Co., pop. 18. 

Indian Industrial School; indust. school for 
Indians; co-ed.; est. 1890; Charles L. 
Daris, Supt. 

ORAKD FORKS, Grand Forks Co., pop. 7.661. 

Grand Forks College; prep, and nor.; co-ed.; 

Luth.; est. 1900; Her. L. Hastaedt, B. 
A., Principal. 

Northwestern College and Oommndal Lutlp 

tute; bus. and sten.; J. J. Bweofsl, 

State TJniTersity of North Dakota; See Uni- 
versity P. O. 

St. Bernard's College Convent; girls' board- 
ing; E. C; Mother Stanislaus, Prte. 

Union Commercial College, bus. and ttea.; 
est. 1903; George F. Thacker, M. A., 

JAMESTOWN, Stutsman Co., pop. 2858. 
St. John's Academy; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; 
est. 1890; Sister Superior, Directress. 

MARYVILLE. TraiU Co., pop. 1.108. 
State Normal Sohool; normal; itate; 
Jos. Carhart, Pres. 





MnrOT, Wud Co., pop. 1.277. 
Minot BaiiB«M Collef«; bns. and sten.; est. 
1003; John C. Lowe, Proprietor. 

NEW EOOKFOBD, Eddy Co., pop. 608. 
Fhlllipt Aoadomy; prep, and has.; co-ed.; 
Cong.; est. 1004; Leander J. Aldrich, A. 
M., D. D., Pres. 

PORTLMTD, TraiU Co.. pop. 524. 

Bnaflat Aoadsmy; prep, and bus.; co-ed.; est. 
1880; A. 0. Pederson. A. B., Pres. 

mnVEEBITT, Grand Forks Co., School Station. 
VniTsnity of Vorth Dakota; only.; state; co- 

ed.; est. 1884; Webster Merrlfleld. Pres. 
University of North Dakota, Law Depart* 
ment; law; co-ed.; est. 1800; Quj C. H. 
Corliss, Dean. 

VALLEY CITT, Barnes Co., pop. 2.448. 
State Normal School; normal; state; co-ed.: 
Geo. A. McFarland, M. S., Pres. 

WAHPETON, Richland Co., pop. 2.228. 
Bod Eiver Valley University; col.; co-ed.; 
M. B.; est. 1802; B. P. Robertson. Prin. 

ZIONVILLE, Watauga Co., pop. 68. 
ZionviUe Academy; (colored); prep.; co-ed.: 
Bapt.; est. 1874; Charles Potter. Prin. 


Population, 4,157,545. School census, 1,120,700. School age, 6-18. 

Ohio is the fourth state of the Union in point of population, having a total of 
4»i57»545 inhabitants, of whom 4,060,204, or 97.7 per cent are white. Of this num- 
ber, 557,900, or II per cent, are foreign born. The percentage of illiteracy of the 
entire population is 4 per cent, the state ranking seventh in this respect. The edu- 
cational system of the state is as follows: 


E. A. Jones, State Commissioner of Common Schools Columbus 


WiLUAM H. Meck, (term expires August 31, 1908) Dayton 

H. B. WiLLiAws (term expires August 31, 1909) Chillicothe 

C. C. Miller (term expires August 31, 1906) Lima 

Arthur Powell (term expires August 31, 1907) Steubenville 

S. P. Humphrey (term expires August 31, 1910) Ironton 


Members: The Governor, Secretary of State and State Commissioner of 

In accordance with the provisions of the School Book Law, enacted April 22, 
1896, the State Commissioner of Schools, during the first half of June each year, 
furnishes each Board of Education in the state the names and addresses of all 
publishers who, during the year ending on the first day of said month of June, 
shall have agreed in writing to furnish their publications upon the terms prescribed 
by the law. Over one hundred publishers are now under such contract. There is no 
state supervision over the adoption of the text-books, this authority being vested in, 
and optional with, the local Boards of Education. 


Dr. J. J. Burns, State Secretary Defiance 

The Ohio Teachers' Reading Circle is organized by counties, being represented 
in practically every county in the state. The books for reading are adopted each 
•year, being mainly upon the lines of pedagogy and general culture. 

Organized by counties and represented in a large proportion of them. Books 
for supplementary reading are recommended and adopted for every grade, from the 
primary up to and through the High School. 

J. B. MoHLEN, Secretary Orville 






Ohio has no county superintendents of schools, but has instead what 
is called the "town system" of school supervision, each city, or in some cases, 
where the towns are small, a group of towns, having its individual superintendent 
of schools. 

ASA, Hardin Go., pop. 2.576 
Ada Golleff* of Law, Ohio Vormal UniTorsity; 

law; co-ed.; est. 1893; S. P. Axllne. 

LL. D., Dean. 
Ohio Korthem UniTortity; normal; private; 

co-ed.; Albert Edwin Smith, D. D., Ph. 

D., Pres. 
Ohio Northern Vnlveriity, College of Phar- 
macy; phar.; co-cd.; est. 1884; B. S. 

Young. Dean. 
AKBOK, Summit Co., pop. 42.728. 
Aotual Business College, The; bus. and sten.; 

W. W. Patterson, Pres. 
Buohtel College ; col.; co-ed.; Unlr.; est. 

1872; A. B. Church. D. D.. Pres. 
Englii^-Oerman Academy; prep.; co-ed.; 

Luth.; Principal. 
Eammel Business College; bus. and sten.; P. 

Hammel, Pres. 
Saored Heart Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.: est. .1004: Sisters of St. Dominic. 
St. Bernard's Academy; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; 

Slstor Superior. 
ALLIANCE. Stark Co., pop. 8.974. 
Mount Union College.; col.; co-ed.; M. B.; 

est. 1846; Rct. A. B. RIker. D. D.. Pres. 
ASHLAND, Ashland Co., pop. 4,087. 
Ashland College; col.; co-ed.; Brethren; est. 

1878; ReT. J. Allen Miller. A. M.. B. D.. 

ASHTABXTLA. Ashtabula Co., pop. 12.949. 
Ashtabula Business College; bus. and sten.; 

H. O. Warren, Pres. 
ATHENS, Athens Co., pop. S.066. 
Ohio University; col.; co-ed.; state; est. 1804; 

Alston Ellis, Ph. D., LL. D., Pres. 
AUSTINBURO, AshtabuU Co., pop. 270. 
Orand River Institute; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; est. 1831; Oliver J. Luethl, A. B., 

BARNESVILLE, Belmont Co., pop. 3.721. 

Friends Boarding School; prep.; co-ed.; 

Friends; Jesse Edgerton, Supt. 
BEREA, Cuyahoga Co., pop. 2.510. 
Baldwin Univerity; col.; co-ed.; M. B.; est. 

1843: George Blake Rogers, Ph. D., 

German Wallace College; col.; co-ed.; M. E.; 

est. 1864; C. Rienenschnclder, Pres. 
BERWICK, Seneca Co., pop. 130. 
St. Nicholas Academy; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; 

Sister Superior. 
BLUFFTON, Allen Co., pop. 1.783. 
Central Mennonite College; prep.; co-ed.; Men- 

nonlte; Noah 0. Hlrschy, Pres. 

BOND HILL, Hamilton Co., pop. 1.081. 
St. Agnes Academy; prep.; co-ed.; B. 0.; 
Sister Superior. 

BUCYRUS, Crawford Co., pop. 6,560. 
Federal Business College; bus. and sten.; 

est. 1003; H. Delos Hughes, President. 
Holy Trinity Academy, i>rep.; co-ed.; R. C; 
Sister Superior. 
CAMBRIDGE, Guernsey Co., pop. 8,241. 
Campbell Business College; bus. and sten.; 
lea Campbell, Pres. 

CANFIELD, Mahoning Co., pop. 672. 
North i:4Mtem Ohio Normal College; normal; 

private: co-ed.; est. 1883; 0. O. Alla- 

man. President. 
CANTON, Stark Co., pop. 30,66T. 

Buckingham's Preparatory School, Miss; 

Canton Aotual Business College; bus. and 

sten.; J. J. Krider. Pres. 
CEDAR POINT, Hamilton Co., pop. 20. 
St. Gregory Seminary; boys' boarding; R. C; 

Henry Brinkmeyer, Prln. 
CEDARVILLE, Greene Co., pop. 1,189. 
Oedarville College; col.; co-ed.; Ref. Preab.; 

est. 1804; David McKlnney, Pres. 
CEUNA, Mercer Co., pop. 2.815. 
Immaculate Conception Academy; prep.; co 

ed.; R. C; Sister Superior. 
CHILUCOTHE, Ross Co., pop. 12.976. 
St. Peter's Academy; prep.; co-ed.; R. 0.; 

Sister Superior. 
CINCINNATI, Hamilton Co.. pop. 825.902. 
Academy of the Sacred Heart; girl's prep.; 

R. C. : Reverend Mother Frances Elder. 

Superior, Clifton. 
Art Academy of Cincinnati; art; co-ed.; est. 

1869: J. H. Gest. Director. 
Bartholomew-Clifton School; girls' boarding; 

non-sect.; Miss E. Antoinette Bly, A. M.. 

Prln., Evanswood, Clifton. 
Broekhoven School of Opera; opera; est. 

10()2: John A. Broekhoven. Director, 310 

W. 7th St. 
Butler's School, Miss; girls' day; non-sect.; 

Miss Sarah Butler. Prln., 724 Oak St. 
Bartlett Commercial College; bus. and sten.; 

0. M. Bartlett, Pres., Commercial Bldg., 

528 Walnut. 
Cinoinnati College of Dental Surgery; dent.; 

men; est. 1893; G. S. Junkerman, D. D. 

S., Dean. 231 W. Court. 
Cincinnati College of Pharmaoy, Ohio Unl> 

▼ersity; phar.: co-ed.; est. 1850; Julias 

H. Elcbberg, Dean, 618 W. Court 




CiBoimtati ConMrratory of Miuio; mas.; est. 
1887; Miss OUra Baaer, Directress. High- 
land, Oak and Burnet Ayes. 
Bohoors annonnoement. — One of the 
largest schools of masic in America, 
established in 1867. It has assembled 
in its corps of instmctors. teachers of 
broad experience and international repu* 
tation. The Conservatory points to its 
hundreds of successful graduates as be* 
Ing the best testimony to its efficiency 
and artistic merits. A special Normal 
Summer Session with all departments 
open. Catalogue sent on application. 

Ginoinnati Musio School; mus.; est. 1880; 
George Schneider, Director, 141 E. 4th 

OiBoinnati Sohool of Expression; elo. and or.; 
est. 1895; Cora Kahn, Principal, Odd Fel- 
lows Temple. 

Oinoinnati School of Phonography; sten.; A. 
B. Campbell, Prin. 

OoUege of Music of Cincinnati; mus.; est. 
1878; A. J. GantTocrt. Manager, Elm 
St.. opp. Washington Park. 
School's announoement. — Maintains a 
higher standard for graduation than any 
other American school of music. En* 
dowed, and not conducted for profit, thus 
affording a faculty of teachers unex- 
celled in their specialties and genera] 
musicianship. A certificate or diploma 
from the College of Music of Clncin* 
nati is an "open sesame" to a good po- 
sition. Address the College of Music of 
Cincinnati, Cincinnati, 0. 

Collegiate School; boys' boarding; Bpis.; Bev. 
J. Babin. A. B., Prin , 148 4th St 

Collegiate School for Girls girl's boarding; 
noQ-sect.; est. 1901; Miss Marie Collins 
and Miss Mary Doherty, Principals, 1327 
McMillan St. 

Eclactio Medical Institute med.; eclec; co- 
ed.; est. 1845; J. K Scudder, M. D., 
Sec. 1009 Plum St. 

Flowers Academy of Speech and Dramatic 
Arts, The; elo. and dramatic art; co-ed.; 
MontaTille Flowers, A. M.; Pres., 7th 
and Elm Sts. 

School's announoement. — An institution of 
learning whose major study Is Expres- 
slonal Art. Thorough high grade courttes 
of study and instruction. Seven courses 
leading to diplomas. A standard and na- 
tional authority, recommended by profes- 
sional people through the United States. 
A large and elaborate equipment, Includ- 
ing a beautiful modern theatre. A great 
faculty, headed by the distinguished 
reader and author, Montavllle Flowers. 
Artistic catalogues mulled, and aH <;uot- 
tions fully answered, upon retiuest. 

Eden Park School; girls' boarding; non-sect.; 
Madam Fredin, Prin., Eden Park, Walnut 

Educational Xnstitute; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
Alois Schmidt, Prin.. Lane Seminary 

Female Academy of the Sacred Heart; girls' 
tK>arding; B. C; Frances BIden, Prin., 


Clifton, Lafayette Ave. 
Franklin Sohool; boyi' boarding; non-Met.: 

Joseph E. White. O. S. E^kea. Frina., 

2833 May St. 
Harbaugh's School, Misses; girls' boarding; 

non-sect.; The Misses Harbaogh, Prlns., 

Senator Place. Clifton. 
Hayward School of Elooatimi; elo. and drama; 

Mrs. Frances B. Hayirard. Prin., 618 B. 

4th St. 
Hebrew Union College; theo.; Hebc«w; men; 

est. 1875; Kaufnunn Kohler, Ph. D., 

Lane Seminary; theol.; men; Prealij.; eat. 

1829; Bev. WilUam McKibbin. LL. D.. 

Pres.. Walnut Hilla. 
LiUleford's Shorthand School; iten.; MIm 

Betty Littleford, Prin.. Pike Bldg. 
Lupton's School for Qirla, Mist; glrla' board- 
ing; non-sect.: Katherine M. Lnpton, 

Prin.. 2843 Bellevnoe Ave. 
McDonald Educational Inatitnte; tech. and 

bus.; men; est. 1903; W. B. WtnU, 

Prin., 7th and Walnut Sta. 
McDonald Educational Institiita Law lehoel; 

law; evening; men; est. 1892; B. M. 

Ochiltree, LL. D., Dean, 7th and Walnnt. 
Medical College of Ohio, Un l Tera i ty ef <Xn- 

cinnati; med.; reg.; co-ed.; eat. 1819; 

F. Forchheimer, M. D.. Dean. McMtckera 

Ave. and Elm St. 
Metropolitan College of Mnalo; mm.; eat. 

1903; W. S. Sterling. Dean. 
Miami Medical College; med.; reg.; men; est. 

1903; G. M. Schmltthenner. Manager. 

2413 Auburn Ave. 

1852; John C. Oliver; M. D.. Dean« S17 

W. 12th St. 
MiUer School, H. Thane; glrla' boarding; 

non-sect.; est. 1856; Mrs. B. P. Smltli 

Miller, Prin.. Lenox Place. Arondale. 
Morse Sohool of Telegraphy; tel.; oo-ed.; eat. 

1S85; J. H. Shulkey, Prea. 
Mt. Auburn Institute; see H. niane Miller 

Nelson's Business College; boa. and eten.; 

K. J. Nelson. Pres., 7th and Blm Sta. 
Kotre Dame Academy; glrla* boarding; R. 

C; Sisters of Notre Dame, Prin.. B. Wal- 
nut Hills. Grandon Bead. 
Ohio College of Dental Surgery, UinlTerBltj ef 

Cincinnati; dent.; co-ed.; eat 1846; H. 

A. Smith. A. M., D. D. S.. Dean« Ooort 

and Central Ave. 
Ohio Conservatory of Music; mua.; eet. 1901: 
Mrs. Charles A. Graninger. Directfeea. 

4th and Lawrence Sts. 
Ohio Mechanics' Institute; mech.; co-ed.; 
non-sect.; est. 1828; John L. Bliearer. 
A. M., PHn. 
Ohio MiliUry Institute; military; 

W. L. Slllng. M. A.. Ph. D.. 

tpr. Mitchell Bldg. 

School's announoement. — ^ElstabUshed 1833. 
as Military School 1890. Only boys of 

good character admitted. Teacfaera gradn* 
ates. Prepares for all colleges and gov- 
ernment schools, and also prepares for 
business life. Modem buildings, good 





tftble, Atbletlea & ipeclaltj. Its puttoiiH 

ItE bc'Ht friends. 
Fiult« lifidiul OolI«ff&; med. ; bomeDp,; co- 

fd.i e«t. 1S72; Ch»9. B, Walton, LL* D.t 

A. M., Dcftw, 7tli and Mound. 
iftttlOT'i Scbool, mmm; dujr school; c&-ed.; 

tjyti 8e.:t; (wt. ISfM; Mlas Almji Stttler, 

Prlu,, Edtn A^e,, Mt, Aubum. 
St. FTUfiiJt GoUas«| boja' ^urdln^; E. C. : 

Pluft Nlebaiis. O. It M,. Rector, iei5 

St. fnno^t BerftpMmiB OoUfiffft; thqaL; B. C; 

nn?n; est, 18C7; Eet. Bernard Ndrre. 

Rtftor. leiG Vloe 8t 
St, Jaupb Gallftifl! baa. and aten,; Jf>E* M, 

Schcrer. Prefl.. 423-431 W. 8tb St. 
St. Mai^'a £duciitli}ti&l loatitatci; sUIb' board- 

Ing; E, C; SUter Maty Borgia, Prln. 
Bt. XftTler CoU«fv£ col,; ^o-ed,; E. 0<; eat. 

1S31; A. A. Dlerckei. 8. J., Sycamwre 

and Ttb. 
BcbiutQr School of Ela«atloa; elo. and dramas 

Tlfl^n Mcrrl Srhuater. Directreas, Pike 

Theatfe Bldg, 
Tvchnic&l School 4tf UaiTAraltr nt Cinolit'^ 

uti: ti'cb. ; men; eiat 1S80: Ftink W. 

Ballow. B. S*, Frln.H Bufnett Wooda 

Tr&ub'a Buiioaaa dftUflfa; bua. and aten.^ 

Loala Traub, Prea.* 4tb and Race 5ta. 
(FnlYanity «f Cinolniia^ti ; anlr.; co-ed.; cltT> 

«t. 1871; Clai-Iea W. OubDey, LL. 0„ 

Pre*., Cllftoa A¥€. 
[Tui vanity of CiacinnatlH Inw Depftrtment; 

law; nie«; (?it. IS-iS; OarUn CleTelond^ 

De*n. Otb and Vine* 
17nulia« Aoademyr elrla' boardlof^ E* C, ; 

Sister M. Anx«la> Prld., Cor. Oak and 

Maj Sta, 
Watt«a BnilasM Callara; bua. and sten.; 

J. U, Watti^rB, Prln.. Race and Gar- 

tfld PL 
' WwdwKTd Hiffh Scbeol ; prep, t eo-ed. ; eat. 

lS3lt A. A. Van Dyke, Prlti. 

Y.. M* C. A. Xiaw School cf MoDonmld Edu- 
»tien«.I Inatituto! Inw; men: cat, 189.1: 
Robert &f. Oi^hlUrec. Hvm. Ttb And Wal- 

CLIVELAIOJ. Cuyahota Co., pop. 381.705. 

Adelhort Ccilleg'a; aee Wp«tcrii R^a^rre OnL- 

Barker and Bj^a'i PHvatu Buaiaeia SoIukiI; 
bus. and aton.; Berkey uud Dyke, Prop*., 
412 Erie St. 

Oate School of Applied Sci6n«o; tech.; men; 
nciii-*ei't,; pflt. 15LRI" ChaHta Sumner 
noiftc. Ph. D., PretJdfcnt. 

Cantral Inatituta. The; i^r^p. ; bas. and tech.; 
non-Bcct. t Jamea Q. Hobble. Pre§,. Wil- 
son and Sil'eiTlllii?. 

OleTflland Gollft^a of Fhytiolana and Sorg^ona* 
Obi« Wailaymn VnlTeraity; m^d. ; rt^g.i 
co-ed,; est. lesa: R. E. Bkeel, iL D., 
Dean. Gor. Brownell and Central Ave. 

Olet^eti.nd Homaopathio Hodioal Colltifo; med.; 
hwmeop-: co-ed,; est. 1840; GaIui J. 
Jones. M. D.* Denn, 53 Bolivar. 

OlonUnd Slnderraitoii TrfclDlnf Bi^^I; Qof. 

kind.; women; est, IKHi; Netta Farla, 

rrUirljial, Cedar and Wfltfclna Avl'. 
ClaToUuid Law Bcbool of Baldwin UmTerstty; 

Uw; men; est. ISOT; Churlea 3. Bentle>, 

A. M., ttL&n. l-JiTT VVmUmsoii Bldf. 
Clavoland Normal Trainiii^ Sohool; normal; 

BtJiti-; eoi^d.; eat. 1872; J. B. MeQll- 

vrcy, Trio., Bridge and Randal L 
ClBTeUnd flohool of Artj art; po-ed.: Georgia 

tj. Norton, Pdii., KMjI WlUon Ave. 
OlQTeUnd Bcloel of FharroAoj; pbar. ; men; 

eat. 1S82; L. C. Hopp, Ph. G., Prea. 

350 Sutierlop !5t. 
CoUeKa for Woman; »ee Weatern Reaerre 

Edtuiitoia Boainaaa CoUa^; t^na. and aten.; 

U. T. EdUiifltoti. Pres.. 1167 Pearl St, 
Harroff Sohool of Ixpreaaioii ; elo. and 

drum.; Flora narrafT Stur;rea, Prln. 
HathaTa7-Br»wn School for ©trla; tfkla' board- 
ing; non-aect.; MIm Mrr/ B. Spencer. 

l»rin., no EncUd Av«. 
Eindcrsbot Ai^domy; prep.; hoja; est. 1399; 

C. P. Hcnderahot, Prln., IIGI Buctld 

Haly Nama Aaadam^fj prvp.; co-ed.; R. C; 

SlBtL^r Superior. 
liADn^l lAititnta;- ^Irla' boardinc; uon-aect.; 

Jcntilti Wairen Frentlaa, Prln., 2105 Euclid 

MlttLeberBvr'a En^nab and Claailoal Bohoot. 

KUa; crUrls" boarding; non-a^ct,; Augnato 

MittiDbergi^r, Prln.. 1020 Proapect Ate. 
Modarn Sahoal, The; bua. and aten.; O. E. 

Hull. Prea., 10«2 The Arcodc. 
Hatra Dama Academy; prep.; TO-ed.; est. 

1877; R. €,; Sr. M. Lanlse, Prln. 
Ohio Mfidloal TJatvaraity, Department of 

Fbarmaoy; pba.r, : co-ed.; George H. Hat- 

«on, Jr., DcDU. Park St., near Euracll. 
Ohio State tTnlvertlty, Qollete of Fbannm«j'; 

pbitr-: men; eat. 1885; Georffe B. Kanff- 

iu;tQ, Dean. Hlgb St, near lltb ATe. 
St. lllimbBth'm Aoademj; prep.; <io-ed.; R. 

C. ; Slater Superior. 
St. FrancU' Aoademr; prep.; co-ed.; E, C; 

MlBtt'f Superl<tr. 
Bin Ignatlui Collefe; col.; men; E. C; eat. 

t8S«; John 1. Xiilm, S, J.» Prln., Cor Jer- 

any and GarrcilU 
St. Mary's Seminary ; thiKi.; men; H. A. 

IToea, Prea. 
Bpenoerian Commorfllal Se^ool; bna. and aten.; 

S. Van VUet Pres., 475 Euclid Ave. 
Tucker 8ohool of Eipreavion; elo,; eat. tSSO; 

Anna P, Tuekt-r, Prea., 888 Caao Ave. 
tTnullsa Aoademy; flrla' boarding; R. 0.; 

Mother Superior. Prln., Cor. Wllaon and 

HalverBlty Bobool; boya* boarding; non-aect.; 

George D. Pettee, Prln.^ Cor. Hough and 

Gldrllngs Ave. 
Wiltam RoMrve U"niveraityi col.; coed; non- 

8('ct,: est. 1828; Re?. Oharlea r. Tbwln*. 

I L. D,. Pri'B., 2490 Eudld Ave, 
We*t*rn Eeaerva ITniTeralty^ GolleEO of 

Bentlttry; dvntl men; eat. 1802; B. L. 
AmbJer* M. 0., D. D, S.* Dean, 262 Proa* 

Weitem Eeaerva ITnlferaity Collage f«r 

Women: col-S women; non-aect.; mtt. 





ISfiS; CkarlpJi T. ThwltiE, LL. D., TtqbI- 

dCDt * 

Weitem Eeiorre tTttiveriily, Franldlii T. 

Backut Lhw ichool; luwp mun; eit. 1S9S; 

Ei^un II. Hopkins. Dean. 135 Adelbprt St^ 
Wmtem HeurTD ¥iiLi'«nity» Hedloid D«pitrt- 

me^Dt; iiiiid.: r^e. ; men; est. IS43; B. L- 

Mllllken. M. !>., Dean, Cor< EHe and SU 

UTeit SidB Xuuctml C<>llese; mu«. : cat. IBDl; 

Stepbea GoBiwiorj, tJIrector* MS Pearl St* 
COLTTltBUS. Frftmklln Co.h P«p. 125, QSO. 

Biiii Bu lino 81 ColItiffQ; bna. und it^nK^ C- A, 

Qllaa I^rf^a. 
Capit^il a«li«ol of HuhId; tau9. ; S. O. Smltta, 

Capitol Sqhaol of Oratory; oratory; co-ed,; 

^*it. iSSWt Frank S. Foat, Prlii. 
Oapital tTaiTttriltr ; et^L; men; Lutb.r »t. 

liBO: Rev. L. II. Schuh. Ph. D., Prn, 
Ooliunbui Art Bchool; art; co-ed,; est* 1379; 

Jiibn E. llnssey. Curator- 
Columbui Buiioeti Coll«f«; bus. and »teD.; 

J. R. Jcjlot'f. ProprJetor. 
Oolumbui Konnal School | normal; ^Itj; co- 

ed,; Kfan^iiret W* Sutberllnnd. Prei, 
Sl«ikl«'a CommaroUl Callofv; bus. nu6 Mtita*; 

FJoyd lilrlEje, preit, 
Qhia &iititute of PhArmaoy; phnr. ^ ro-ed*i! 

e*t, l*3flfl: ppt(-r A^ Mandnhaeb, THaiJi. 
Ohio Mfldl«iLl TJniviraity; mfd.; reg*; co-ed*: 

entn 1S&2; Gporgg M^ Wntcra^ A. M^* 

M. D., Dean. 
Ohio UtidLoal Univeriityn Bap&rtm«nt of Dan- 

tiitry; dent; cc^e'd.: eat. 1S02; L. P. 

Bethel. P, T>. S., Dean. 
Ohio &t«^tq ITnUeriity ; udIt*; aCate; co-ed.; 

eat. TlitO; Hot, Willi nm O. Tbompaon. 

Dk D., LL. D., Prea. 
Ohio Btmtv UulTeraitrt OolI«ffQ^ of Law; tjiw; 

t'o-pd.; eat. 1801; W, F. Hunter. Dpnn. 
Ohio itato UaiTanttr, C^illoe^a of Phajmap 

oy; phftP. ; t-oed. ; est. IRSQ; WtlHam O. 

TbnnapmMi^ LL. D.. Prp*. 
Ohio State Unl¥ftriity, ColI«io of Vetsriimry 

ModJoine; yet.; men; rat. 1883; Ha rid B. 

Wt)1te, I>enn, 
Fhfilpa' Enrliah and CUaaloml Sohool, Miss; 

plrla* boarding; P. 13,; LutrfetU M. 

PbelpB. Prill. 
Sti, ^oaepb*! Acaideiny; glrla' day; R, C*; Sis- 
ter Mary Tletortne, Prtn. 
itaTlinff Ma4Joal GolU^a: mf;d,; reir.; men; 

eat, 1847: StArllnj! Loflng, LL. D., M. D.. 

Thompion's Ftvparatory flohool; prep.; co-frd.; 

pon-ipct. ; J. T. Thompson* Prln. 
irnlT«riitT &«h«oU Tho; Pfep ; boj-a; iion^ 

aect*; est. 1S80; Fmak T. Cole, A* B., 

LL. I>.. PHn* 
ZanorUin Art Oollore; c^pn m^t; eat. ISBS; 

P, Zaner* Pre** 
OOBBOCTOlTt Coiioctott Co,, r^»p. a. -173. 

Tooum^i Coihaeton flchoitl of HuBineaa; bui. 

and aten.; est. llif»3; Churk-« ^. Miller* 

O&AWFIS COLLEGE, fntaani Co., pop. 32. 
Onwfla CollofA; prep.; »^*; pon-tect; J, 

T* Fiilfchlld, Prin. 

CRESTLINE, Crawford Co., pop. 3.2a2. 

it. Joaeph'i Academy; prep.; eo-ed. ; R. C: 

Sister Superior: 
DAMASCUS, Columbiana Co*» po^. 327. 

DamatDus Aca-demy; pre^.; co-ed.; Fri^ndj; 

f»at t.S57: E. C. Kerr* PHn. 
DArTOM, MootfforoeiT Co.* pop. 85.S33. 
Dayton Normal and Tnintnf School; Dormal; 

BtAtc: co-ed*; Grace A, Greene* Piea. 
Emmatiuera Aoadamy; prep.; ?o-ed.; B. C.; 

Sister Superior. 
College Praparatory Sohool; prep.; co-ed.; 

noii-m?ct.; A. H. WhancjE. PtIh. 
detn City Sohool of Busina»; bua. mud wUn.i 

Mra, V. A. Matthewa, prea. 
Eoly Eonry Acadamy; pre£>. ; co-ed.; R. C; 

SJsti^r Superior. 
Holy Trinity Academy; prep.; do-ed.; B. 0.; 

SlRfi^r Superior, 
Taooh's Buainets Collaffe; bua. and aten.; 

11. L. *JaeohR. Pri>i, 
Lenta Commeraial Bobool ; boa. and stop. ; 

01e,t Dp Arlliifftfiii!, Pre*. 
Notra Dama AcadeEny; glrra boarding; B. 

C.x *Bt mw; Sisters of Notre Dame. 
St* John^i Academy; prep,; co-ed.; R. C. ; 

^lati-r SLip^rimr. 
St. Joaaph'a Academy; prep,; co-ed,; E. C.; 

Slptc^r ^upi'rlor. 
St. Xary'a Academy; prep^; co-ed,; R. C; 

filater Superior. 
St. Idju-y'a Inatituta; boy a* boarding; E, a; 

r at. isni ; Rev. Louie A. Trageiaer* S* 

M.. Prenldent. 
St* Paura Acadamy; prep.; co-ed.; Erin. 

Lnth.: Prlnrlpul. 
Shauck'a Collage Prapaxatory Sohool; prep. ; 

rii-rd. r non-aect*; cat. 1801; Albert R* 

SbDiiik A. M*. Prlnplpal. 
Union BiMlcal Semliwry; tbeo, ; co-ed.; Q. 

A. Funlthf>nser. Prps, 

DEFIANCE , Defiance Co*, pop. 7.579* 
Defiance College; co\^; co-ed.; Christ.; eat 
IHSr*; Wesley Mcai^yijolda, A. M,, B. H.* 

DELAWARE, Delaware Co.. i>tip. T,»4n. 

Ohio Wealayan Bcbool of Buaineaa; bos. and 
BttTL,; est. iMii L* L, Budaon* Prlocl- 
Ohto Waaloyan UolTersity: col.; cn.r»d.r M* 
E.; eat. 1S44; J. W. Baiibford. Pres* 
DOWLINa, Wood Co*, p^^p, 23». 

Carman Pariah Academy; prep,; co-ed.; Etan* 
Lutt].; Prlnrtpjil. 
EAST LrVEETOOL, Columbiana Co., pop. !«,* 
Ohio Talley Bnaineaa College; bna. and «t«n.; 
Tmnk T. Weaver* Prea* 
EITEIA. Lorain Co., pop. S.701, 

Darling' a Private Businesa Collere; bna. and 
Bt*>n.; eat T^^; h. B. Darllngr, Pro- 
Elyria Buiinau College; bna. and atcn.; e«L 
1SR6: Mlaa Elrle M. Jcthnaton, President. 
EWIlfOTOK, GaUla Co.. pnp. ?flO. 

£ Winston Aeadamyt prep.; co-ed.; non-aeet.* 

eat. ISa1>^ W. R. Dnrkee* Prin* 
Soiitham Ohio Normal CoUoge; nonnal; prl< 
Tate; ct>-ed* 







FAYETTE* Etiltoo Co*< pcfp. B8B* 

Fftjatte Komul tfalT«r«lt7; nor.; co-ed. i eiL 

1§S7: Ed son G. Walker. M. 3., PreflWeat. 

FINBLAY. Huioock Co., pop. 17.013. 

FiudlASr OoiI«fe; cal.: co-ed,; Church of Gtid; 

PFt. 1882: Rev. Chnrlea r Brown, A. Bl., 

Yomun'i FiaAUy Behool of Btiiioeu; bui. 
And ftt1^^.: e«t 1903; 1. 9. 3uadiij« PrlO' 
FIAT BOGH; Benen Co.i pop. 100. 

Ebeaetar Orplimiii* HDm«; prep.; co-«<!,, 
Etri]. Luth.; e»t, 1S<W; 0. A^. Femer, 
F0BTOBXA, ieneeft Co,, pop. 7.7311, 

Ohio Kormml Cfllltite; nor.; private; eo-eil.; 
e#t. 1001 r WIllfflEa B, AabeiAft. PrlDcl- 
FHAKK, 8«neu Co., pop. 60. 

Bt. Xicbael't Academy; prrp. t co-*d. ; R. €.; 
Slut^T Snperlop. 
FREMOKT, Sandy iky Co., pop, S.430. 

Aotuml BuBiDou Univaraity sad Komul Twin- 
ing Schools bus. and nor,; co-pd^s wt. 
1S9S; Burt Cii>rnian. Prliiclpnl. 
lULTOKHAH, HmkinBiim Co*, pop. 245. 

FultAnham Aoademy: prc().: co^^d.; non-aert.; 
PEt. IgSO; r. forge H. Ltipp. B. ».* Prln. 
QAHBIEB, Knax Co., pop. T5l. 

Haj^oourt Place BaminaLry; ^tHa' boarding; P. 
fe:.; II N. nlllft, A. M., Ri'ffpnt. 

Kinyon CDlla^e; coh; Tnen; F, E.: eat. 1825: 
Rev. W I Ilium F. Pi'lrco* Pfea. 

Kenyan HilitAry Academy; oilL and boyi' 
bonrdiiig: non iuct, ; tat. 182-1: C, K. Wy- 
ant. Regent, 

BciliaoPR amcounooinent*— Kenyon UlHtnty 
Aradetr^ la «>no of the otdeat. moat Arm- 
ly eatabtlabed. and beat equipped board- 
Inf acboola for boys. It la altuated 
eleven bundred feet atKire aea- level. In 
thP bealtbfol, bijawtlfwl and biatork edu- 
catJryna) tllLspe of Gambler. CommodU 
oua buUdlnga. camfortnble guartera, 6(0 
Kfrpa of ^rannde, golf links. tnUf 
eqnlppod S7mji^«\vim. Tbciroai;b prep- 
a tut loo for nny colpge or teebnlcal 
Bcbool. A Qpxlble two-rear buslneaa 
coarse to prepare for prartkal life 
work. Jntlrnotn iKraonal relation a be- 
ttreen mn^tprB and cadets. Re Suing 
home InflnenrpB. *'Any CbrUtlan fkarpot 
can wltb rpadlnea and con Aden re plair^ 
a Bon In your arbool."— Rt. Eer. W, A. 
Leonnrd. 15. O.. Blihop of Oblo. 
ai.EKDA£E, Hamlltan Co., pop. 1,M5. 

|}leiid«l« C»Ua£«; glrlA* Ix^nrdlnet Prevb.; 
M|8a R. J. IK'Varp, Pres. 
dRAJIVILLE. Lickins Co., pop. 1,426. 

PeiLiLiaan UnWaTaity; rol.: co-ed.; Bapt.; est, 
laSl; Ilmory W. Wunt* D, D.* LL. D,. 

Poana Aoademy; prep.t men; Bapt.; est. 
1*1.11: Henry Rhodoa Hundley. D. Se., 
GBEEinnLLE, Barke Cq., pop. &.IK(1. 

Technical Acsdemys tecb.; men; est. 1894; 
Jobn Beers. Prln. 

HABOLTOir. Butlar Co., pop. 23.SU. 

Hamilton Buainfiaa Gollare; bua: and sten.; 
cflt imii Howard H. Beek, Prln. 
HmAH, Portare Ca.. pop. 650. 
Hlrani Collaje; «jL; c*-ed,; Chrlat.; e«t 
iar.O: Edmond B. Waknfleld, A. U.. Prea. 
KEKTOH. Hajdin C*.. pop. e,SS2. 

Bt, Anthomy'a Academy; prpp.j coed.; R. Ci 
Slstor Supe^rinr. 
LANCABTEE, ralffteld Co., pop. 8,&9l, 
Columbia ConuncrcUl UnlTsralty; !>o», and 

ht^-B.; eat. 130(); O. O. Dibble, Prea. 
Bt Mary^a AoiLdemy; prep,; co-ad.; E, C: 
Slater Superior. 
LEBANON, Warren Co., pop. 2,807. 
lfat!oiiftl Kormsl IfalTeralty; normals private; 
co-cd.; eat. 1855; J, Ov^t Cfeafcr, Pres. 
LElPfllC, Putaftm Co.* pop. 1.726. 
St. Mary's Academy; pfep ; co-ed.; B. O. ; 
Sister Saperlor. 
LIMA, AUen Co,, pop. 21.723. 
Lima SualneiB Callage! bns. and at^n.; How- 

jinJ TV. Peara* Prea. 
Ilmm CoHesv; col.; co-pd.i Lnth.; est. 1803; 

g. P. Lons, A. M.. Prea. 
Bt> Jobn* a Academy; prep.: co-ed.; E. d 

Slater Superior. 
St. Eese Academy; prep.; co-ed.; R. C, ; Sla- 
ter Slnperlor. 
LOEAIN, Lomin Co., pop. 16.028. 
St. Joacph'a Aoadamy; pn-p,; co^d. ; B. C. 
fit, 1HS1I6; Uvv Cha». Eelcblln, Prealdent 
LOUIBTILLE, Stork Co., pop^ 1,^4. 

Bt. X^tda' Academy; pre^.; ca-ed.; B. C; 8i» 
ter SnpeTh>r. 
KAUBFIELB, RIchlaad Co,, pop. 17,640. 
Mansftetd Buslnesa College; bus. and aten.; 

P, W. Fri'derlek. Prea. 
Oh id Buainam CoUage: bue. and sten. ; e<L 
ISfl^i Short and pldg^eon. Props. 
MANTUA, Portage Co., pop. 25. 

Baiiel'a Musical CoUega ; mns.; est. ISAfii 
Otto E. Bftrtcl, Prealdent. 
MARIETTA, WaahinftaQ Oo„ pop. 1B.34B. 
Marietta Cc liege; col.; co-ed.; non-aeet.; eat, 
1^35: Alfred T. Pt-rry. Pf^i. 
Bchoora annoiiLiicamaat^-^Marletta Is a 
real cotlPjre €>t tbe blgbest grade, wltb 
ample onulpment Including a fine library 
of over 60,000 volumes. It alms to com- 
bine a broad trnlnlnjc wltb thorou^b 
flcholarablp and Cbrlatlan cnltnre. Its 
courses of study and methods of InatruC' 
tton are projrresalTe. It empbaalaea the 
personal relation between professor and 
student. Tbe College atmoapbere la 
wbelesome and Inspiring. Its Academy 
flta for any college East or West. Bt* 
penaea low wltb abundant opportunities 
for si*lf-belp. 
Marietta Dommaroisl CcUefet The; bua. and 

at^n.; M. A. Adflms, Pres. 
Bt. Mary** Aoadamy; prep.; co-ed.; B. O.; 
Slater Superior. 
MAEXDir. Marian Co., pop. 11.663. 

Bt. Mary'a Bchool; prep.; eo-ad.; R. C; Eev. 
Mlrbnel MnlvSblll. Prtn, 
MAETBYILLE, ITolon Co., pop, 3^04S. 





It. Jobn't JU*<d«nij; pfep,; €0-ed.; Evan. 
LuUi.; Principal, 

MASSlLLONp Stark, Co.. pop. 11.D44. 
UftuiUan Aoto&L Buslneii GvllflfSi bai. asd 

gt, JfArr'fl A«doiiiy; prep.; co-ed. ^ B. C; 
SUtcr Superior. 
MILZEB.SYJLLE, Buidutkr Ca., pop. 263. 
Bt, Mary'* Acmdanir; prep,; eo-ed,; E, C; 
SlBti^r Superior, 
MDtOO XITWCTIOW, JefferMn Co., pop. 2,B54, 
St. Agti*!* Aoademy; pr^p.; co-ed.; E. C; 
Sister Sup<'rlor* 
KrM^BTEB, AnerUize 0«., pop. t.4ft5. 

Bt. Hftry'A InititutB; eItIb' boarding; R. C; 
c*t. 1897; SIfltpr M. Reg la, PrlD. 
MOITEOEVIILE, Ktiron Co,, ptip. 1,211. 
St. Joaapti'i AcKdemr; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; 
Slftter Superior. 
HT. VEBMOir, KnoK Co., pop. B,6S^. 
Bt, 7iiifiaDt de Fmui'i Atimdamj; prep.; co-ed,; 
R. C; Slit(^r Superior. 
HATABRl;, Stsrk Co., pop. D63. 
Bt. Clement' I Acftdeinj; pr^p.; co-ed-,; E. C; 
BlfiEer Superior. 
KEWA&K, Licking Co., pop, 18,157. 

MvwBik BulnoH CoUOf«: bus. ftod aten.; 
S. L. Beener* Prea, 
KZW ATHENS, HajTiaon Co^, pop. 435. 
FntikUn Callfifo; col.; co-ed.; tiott-ae^^t. : eat. 
1K2S; HftT. W. A. WlllliiiHi, D. D.. Prea. 
2fEW CONCORD. Mumklfifum Co., pop. 67{l. 
HufkinEain! College; eol. ; co-ed.; Uo. Preib.« 
eat. 1337; Jeaae Jobuaon. A. U., Frei. 
MEW LEXTNGTOM, Perry Co., pop, l,TOl. 
Bt, AloyAluB AcAdemr; ^Irla" hoarding; E. C; 
Slater Superior. 
]f£W PHIlABELPHIAr TQAo«j«wae 4o„ pop. 
Kuba'i HormAl School, Jobn P.; normal; prl- 

Tflte; eo-frd,; John P. Kuho, Prea. 
Yoguffl'e Hew Fbilad«ilpbia and Bover Biui- 
aeia College; bua. aod ateti.; eat lSfi2; 
Will E. Curtla, Principal, 
ITEW BX10EL, BenooA Ce.. pop. £&8. 
St. Bonlfaoo Acidemr; prep.; co-ed.; B. C; 

Sistj'r Superior. 
St. Peter' a Aoadamy; prtp.; co-c>d.; B, C ; 
SlBler Superior. 
HORWALZ, Hwren Co., pop. 7.074. 

IforwAlk Businaai' Coller^; bua. and eten.; 
eat. 1900: Henry C. Sbart, Prloclptl. 
KOETH AlCKERSr. loraln Co., pop. 1,758, 
ETmnrBlleiLl Lutkeran Acadepty; prep.; eo-ed.; 

Erao. Lutb.; PTlnclpwl* 
Bt. loMpk't Academy; prep.; c^^.t E. C ; 
Slatf^r S«pi?rlor, 
KOTTOr&HAM, Ouyalioia Co., pop. 038. 
Bt, JoKph't Bemlamryi bo^ri' 1>t4irdlii|; E. C; 
9st, tS8&; Sitter Superior. 
CBEELXN, Lorain Co^, pop. 4,082. 

Oberlin Buaineaa CoUeffe; bua. aad iten.; J. 

T. Bon tier aoa, Prei. 
Oberlin Collete; col.; co-ed.; Don-Kct.? eet. 
ISSS; Bet^ Uvarf Cbordilll Elnf. D. J><» 

Oberlln Sohool of Tfilerraphj; 
G. L. Durand. Prea. 

btii. and iten.; 

OTTAWA^ Putnam Co.» pop. 2,322. 
Ottawa BtuiDeii College; bua. aad iten.^ est. 

19(>2; F. J. Mnier. Secy. 
St I Peter and St* Panl'a Aoaderaj; prep.; 
coed.; R. C. ; Slater Sttperltir. 
OXFORD, Butltir Q^., pop, 2,008. 
Miami Univaraitir; unlv.; state; eo-ed.; «tt. 

182-1; Guy Potter B«ntoo, D, D.. Prea. 
Cxford College ! ^Irla' boardlug; uon-aect.; Ht 
1S4&; Rev. Jobu H. Tbomaa, A. M., Prln. 
Western Colleff«; ^rls' boardlDg; non-Hct.| 
est. ISSfi; LlilHO W. Johnaon. Pb. D.« 
PArWESYlLLE, Lake Co,, pop. B,024. 
Laka Erie Colle^o and BemiDtaT; oonxsect.;? 
eat. 155S; Mlga Marj EraDfl^ Prln. 
PIQ¥A, Miami Co., pop. 12,172. 
Beak' a Academy; bus. and eten, ; est, 1889: 

C. E. Beck, PrcH. 
PLEASAHTTLLLE, Pairfleld Co., pop, Got. 

Fairfield IToloa Aoademy; prep,; eo-ed.; Jsoo- 
aect. ; Cbniles C. Webb* Prlu. 
PCLAKD, Makonijif Co., pop. 370. 
Poland Uaion Seminary; prep.; ft>-&d.; Preit}.; 
TbomiiB S. Oct, Prea. 
POMEBOY, Metffa Co., PQP. 4,039. 

Sacred Heart Acadamy; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; 
SIsler Siiporlor, 
PORTBMOTTTH, tcieto Co., pop. 17,870. 
Grabam'a BailooBa Collef«; hm. aad atea.; 
W. R. Orabam, Prea. 
BEADINO, Hamilton Co., pop. S,O70. 
Mount Kotn Bame Aoademy; ^Irla' baardtsf; 
B. C; Slat^'r A^nea Alojala, Prln. 
aiCHMOND. Joffaraon Co., pop. 373, 

Eickmood Collaffc; col.; co-ed.; tu>n^a«ct. ; 
e'Bt. iSS5; Geo. W. Macmllllaa. Pk. D., 

D. D,, Pres. 

BIO OBANDE, Gallia Ob., pop. 110. 
Eto Orando Collece: col.; co-ed.; Free Bapt.: 
eet. ISTO; ReT. J. M- Da via, D. D.. Pre* 
ST. MABTLN, Brown Co., pop. 91. 
VfinUne Amdemy; flrla' boardtnc; E. O.; 
Motber BaptlBta, Prln. 
BALEM, Colamkiana Co., pop, 7,&82. 
Sa|«m Buaioeii Cclie^e; bm.; co-ed.; e«t. 
1804; W. H. Ufltthewn, Prln. 
BAJfBBSBT, Erio C<»,, pop. Id.Ml. 
Sandnaky Builitau College; bua. and ften.; 
T. W. Bookmyer, Prea. 
lAVAJmAH, Aabland Co., pop, 2i». 

SaTmn^ub A«adomi^; prep, ; co-ed.; Doa4flet.t 
G. A, Cutter, Prln. 
BCIO, HarrJ*«n Co., pop. 1,214. 
Solo CoUeto; rol.t coed.; M. -E.; eat ISfiTi 

J, B. Beal, Prea. 
Solo Colleea, Department of Fkarmaey; phar.; 
eo-ed. ; eat. 1889; J. H. Beal. Dean. 
BHEX37, Rieklaod Co., pop. 4.iS^. 

OberUn Academy; prrp.; co-ed.; non^aert.; 
#et. 1 833 ; Job n Flab er Peck. A. U. , 





Bmtand Haart of Mary Academy; prep.; co- 
ed.; B. 0.; SUter Sjopertor. 
8HEFABD, TMaklin Co., pop. 860. 
Bt. Mmxj*B of tlie Bpriasa Aoademy; girle' 

boardlnc; B. 0.; est. 1833; Mother M. 

Thomas, Prla. 
BIDlfZT, Shelby Go., pop. 6.688. 
Bnekeye BuaiiieM CoUere; bus. and sten.; 

est. 1883: W. A. Ttonte. President. 
BOXTTH ITEW LYME, Ashtabula Co., pop. 116. 
V«w Lyme Institute; non-sect.; prep.; co- 
ed.; Howard C. White. Pres. 
BOXTTH SALEM, Boss Co., pop. 264. 
Salem Aeademy; prep.; co-ed.; Presb.; Charles 

W. Barrett, Prin. 
SPBnrGFIELD, Clarke Co., pop. 88.26a 
Velson's Business Collefe; bus. and sten.; 

H. H. Nelson. Prin. 
St. Bernard Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; B. C; 

Sister Superior. 
Springiield Seminazy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 

est. 1876; Miss Anna B. Johnson, Prin. 
WilUss' Business VniTersity; bus. and sten.; 

F. W. WllUss, Pres. 
Wittenbery CoUece; col.; co-ed.; Luth.; est. 

1846; Be^. Charles O. Heckert. D. D., 

BTEXJBEVVILLE, Jefferson Co., pop. 14,349. 
Bt. Peter's Academy; prep.; co-ed.; B. C; 

Sister Superior. 
BteubenTille Business CoUefe; bus. and sten.; 

J. T. ^ompson, Pres. 
TIFnir, Seneca Co., pop. 10,989. 
CoUece of Vrsnline Sisters; girls' boarding; 

B. C; Ursuline Sisters. Prins. 
Heidelbery Academy; prep.; co-ed.; A. W. 

Bicksecker. Prin. 
Keidelbery Commercial CoUege; bus. and 

sten.; G. G. Kennison, Pres. 
Heidelbwg Theological Seminary; theo.; co- 
ed.; Darid Van Horn. Pres. 
Keidelberg University; col.; co-ed.; Reformed; 

est. 1860; Bev. Charles B. Miller. Pres. 
Bt. Francis Academy; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; 

Sister Superior. 
St. Mary's Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; 

Sister Superior. 

TOLEDO, Lucas Co., pop. 181.822. 

Davis Business College; bus. and sten.; est. 

1882; Thurber P. Davis, Principal. 
Emmanuel Academy; prep.; co-ed.; Luth.; 

Oood Shepherd Academy; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; 

Sister Superior. 
St. John's Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; Evan. 

Luth.; Principal. 
St. Louis' Academy; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; 

Sister Superior. 
Bt. John's College; col.; men; R. C; est. 

1898; Rev. Francis Heiormann, S. J.. 

St. Mark's Academy; prep.; co-ed.; Evan. 

Luth.; Principal. 
St. Patrick's Academy; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; 

Sister Superior. 
St. Stephen's Academy; prep.; co-ed.; B. C.; 

Sister Superior. 

Toledo Conservatory of Music; mua.; Brad- 
ford Mills, Director. 

Toledo Medical College; med.; reg.; co-ed.: 
est. 1882; Park L. Myers. Dean. 

Toledo Vormal and Training School; nor.; 
women; est. 1893; Mrs. Blvene C. Hard, 

Toledo University, Manual Training School; 
prep.; non-sect.; co-ed.; est. 1888; Charies 
6. Menael, B. Sc. M. E., Dean. 

Ursuline Copvent of the Sacred Heart; girls* 
boarding; B. C; Mother Superior, Prin. 
TBEMONT CITY, Clarke Co., pop. 478. 

Western Vormal University; normal; private; 
co-ed.; B. L. Barr, Pres. 
UBBANA, Champaign Co., pop. 6,808. 

Curry School (colored); prep, and indust.; 
co-ed.; est. 1889; Elmer W. B. Curry, 

Moore's Business College; bus. and sten.; 
est. 1899; J. W. Moore. PrinclpsL 

Urbana University; prep.; co-ed.; New 
Church (Swedenborgian) ; Rev. L. P. Mer- 
cer, Dean. 

XTBICHSYILLE, Tuscarawas Co., pop. 4,682. 
Uriohsville-Dennison Business College; bus. 
and sten.; est. 1897; Mrs. Belle Mc- 
MiUen, Prin. 

YEBNON JUNCTION, Bichland Co., pop. 178. 
Sacred Heart Academy; prep.; co-ed.; B. C; 
Sister Superior. 

WABBEN, TrumbuU Co., pop. 8,629. 
Bryant, Stratton and Smith Business College; 
bus. and sten.; Geo. H. St. John, Pres. 

WESTEBVILLE, Franklin Co., pop. 1.462. 
Otterbein University; col.; co-ed.; U. B.; est. 
1847; Lewis Bookwalter, A. M., D. D., 

School's announcement. — Departments: 
Preparatory, Collegiate, Music, Art, Busi- 
ness. An excellent Faculty, comfortable 
recitation rooms, well equipped labora- 
tories, beautifully furnished halls for the 
four literary societies, an excellent gym- 
nasium, a beautiful Christian Association 
building, art studio, music conservatory 
and a science building. The work of the 
Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A. organisa- 
tions is especially helpful in the religious 
life of the students. It is a Christian 
College and thoroughly up-to-date in its 
departments of work. 

WEST FABMINOTON. TrumbuU Co., pop. 616. 
Western Beserve Seminary; prep.; co-ed.; M. 
B. So.: est. 1828; H. B. Allen. A. M., 
B. D., Pres. 

WILBEBFOBCE, Greene Co., pop. 161. 

Payne Theological Seminazy of Wilberforce 
University (colored); theol.; co-ed.; A. 
M. E.; est. 1891; Rev. George F. Wood- 
son, Dean. 

Wilberforce University (colored); col.; co-ed.; 
A. M. B.: est. 1866. Joshua H. Jones, 
LL. D., Pres. 





WmcnrOTOV, OUnton Co.t pop. 8,613. 
WilminftoB OoUaffo; col.; co-ed.; Frtends; 

est. 1870; James B. Unthand, M. S.» 

WOODBFIEU), Monroe Co., pop. 1,801. 
8t. Sylveater*! Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; R. 

C; Sister Superior. 
WOOBTEB, Wayne Co., pop. 6,063. 

8t. ]Cary*s Academy; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; 

Sister Superior. 
VniTaraity of Wooator; coL; co-ed.; Preab.; 

eat. 1870; Rer. Loula Bdward Holden, 

Tooum'a Bixler Bnaineaa College; bua. and 

aten.; O. M. Yocum, Prea. 

ZEKIA, Green Co., pop. 8,696. 
Xenla Theologloal Seminary; tbeo.; men; W. 
O. Moorehead. Prea. 

7ELL0W BFRnrOB, Greene Co., pop. l,8n. 
Antiooh College; coL; co-ed.; non-aect.; eat. 

1853; Rev. Stephen F. Weaton, Prea. 
rOUHGSTOWK, Mahoning Co., pop. 44,886. 
Baldwin Kindergarten Training Behool; nor. 

kind.; women; eat. 1892; Mlaa Mary S. 

Morgan, Principal. 
Browne's Bnaineaa Collage; boa. and aten.; 

J. C. Browne, Prea. 
Exoelsior Bnaineaa College; bua. and aten.; 

est. 1001; J. B. Sllndee. Manager. 

est. 1892; Short Bros.. Proprletora. 
Hall's Buaineaa VniToraity; boa. and aten.; 

Short Bros., Proprletora. 
ZANESYILLE, Muakingnm Co., pop. 23,588. 
Meredith Buaineaa College; bna. and aten.* 

est. 1900; R. L. Meredith. Prea. 
Putnam Seminary; closed. 


Population, 398,831. School census, 162,800. School age, 6-21. 

Oklahoma is the thirty-eighth of the states and territories of the Union in 
point of population, having a total of 398,831 inhabitants, of whom 367,524, or 92.3 
per cent, are white. Of this number, 15,604, or 3.9 per cent, are foreign bom. 
The percentage of illiteracy of the entire population is 5.5 per cent, the territory 
ranking twentieth in this respect. The educational system of the territory is as fol- 

L. W. Baxter, Territorial Superintendent and ex officio Territorial Auditor. .Guthrie 

E. P. McCabe, Deputy Auditor Guthrie 


D. R. Boyd, President Territorial University, President Norman 

F. H. Umholtz, President Central State Normal Edmond 

L. W. Baxter, Territorial Superintendent, Secretary Guthrie 

E. S. Vaught, Superintendent City Schools Oklahoma City 

O. F. Hayes, County Superintendent of Public Instruction Chandler 


R. H. EwiNG, Principal High School, President Oklahoma City 

Mrs. Mary D. Couch, County Superintendent of Public Instruction, 

Secretary Oklahoma City 

John Davis, Professor English, Northwestern Normal School Alva 


U. J. Griffith Tonkawa 

Mary D. Couch, Secretary Oklahoma City 

Era V. Allison, Treasurer Guthrie 


County* Superintendent's Name. Address. Gounty* 

Beaver Blla Baker Beaver City 3,061 

Blaine Nellie J. Pratt Watonga 10^668 

Caddo Maude E. Waldeman Anadarko 

Canadian W. B. Bickford El Reno 15,981 

Cleveland P. B. Swank Norman 16,388 

Comanche E. B. Nelson Lawton 

Custer Milton Benjamin Arapahoe 12,264 

Day T. C. Moore Grand 2,178 

Dewey E. M. Frost Taloga 8,819 

Garfleld George Ralney Enid 22,076 

Grant J. A. Alderson Pond Creek 17,273 

Greer J. E. Taylor Mangum 17,92> 





County. Superintendent's Name. Address. 

Kay Alfred Kersey Newklrk 

Kingfisher George E. Moore Kingfisher 

Kiowa W. P. Stewart Hobart 

Lincoln O. F. Hayes Chandler 

Logan G. W. Derrick Guthrie 

Noble J. E. Ferrier Perry 

Oklahoma Laura M. Whistler Oklahoma City 

Pawnee W. R. Robinson Pawnee 

Payne Sarah Carson Stillwater 

Pottawattomie R. E. Waller Tecumseh 

Roger Mills Rufus Harris Cheyenne 

Washita Robert L. Knie Oordell 

Woods Mrs. W. H. McQreevy Alva 

Woodward J. A. Dixon Woodward 

Pop. of 




.V 6.190 
... 7.469 


ALVA. Woods Co., pop. 1.499. 
Vorthweitam Territwial Normml School; nor- 
mal; state; co-ed.; est. 1897; Thomas W. 
CoDway. Pres. 
IDKOKD, Oklahoma Co., pop. 965. 
Contral State Normal School; normal; state; 
co-ed.; Frederick H. Umholtz, Pres. 
OUTHBIE, Lofan Go., pop. 10,006. 
Capital City Business OoUeffo; bus. and sten.; 

est. 1893; B. J. Nelson, Principal. 
St. Joseph's Academy; girls' boarding; R. C; 
Mother Mary Joseph, Prin. 
HAMMON, Custer Co., pop. 31. 
Bod Moon Boarding School; Go^'t. school for 
Indians; co-ed.; W. H. BUsh, Superin- 

South West Academy; prep.; co-ed.; Gong.; 
est. 1904; Dwight E. Porter, A. B., 

KIKOFISHEB, Xingflsher Co.. pop. 2,301. 
Singllsher College; prep.; co-ed.; Gong.; 
Julius Temple House, Prin. 
LAKOSTON. Logan Co., pop. 251. 
Colored Agricultural and Normal XTniTorsity; 
normal; state; co-ed.; Inman B. Page, 
Holy Family College (colored); prep.; co-ed.: 
R. G.; est. 1802; Rev. Father J. Anceauz, 

LAWTON, Comanche Co.. pop. 10.147. 

Lawton Business College; bus. and sten.; eet. 
1902; W. F. Blanchet, PrincipaL 
VORMAH. Cleveland Co.. pop. 2,228. 

University of Oklahoma; unlr.; co-ed.; Ter- 
ritory; est. 1892; David R. Boyd, A. M.. 

VnlTcrsity of Oklahoma, Pharmacevtical ]>e- 
partment; phar.; co-ed.; est. 1894; Ed- 
win De Barr, Dean. 
OKLAHOMA, Oklahoma Co., pop. 10.087. 

Draughon's Practical Business College; bos. 
and sten.; J. F. Draughon, Pres. 

Epworth University; col.; co-ed.; Meth.; est. 
1904: R. B. McSwain. M. A.. President 

Oklahoma City Business College; bus. and 
sten.; J. W. Butcher, Pres. 
STILLWATER, Payne Co.. pop. 2431. 

Oklahoma Agricultural and Meohanical Col- 
lege; agrl. and mech.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
est. 1891; Angelo O. Scott. M. A.. LL. 
M.. Pres. 
TONKA WA, Kay Co.. pop. 707. 

University Preparatory School of Oklahoma; 
prep.; co-od. ; non-sect.; est. 1902; J. H. 
Kelley. President. 
WEATHERFORD, Custer Co., pop. 1.017. 

Southwestern Territorial Normal School, nor.; 
state; co-ed.; est. 1903; James R. Gamp- 
bell, Pres. 


Population, 4i3fS36. School census, 112,047. School age, 4-20. 

Oregon is the thirty-fifth state of the Union in point of population, having a 
total of 413,536 inhabitants, of whom 394»582, or 95.4 per cent, are white. Of this 
number, 53,861, or 13 per cent, are foreign bom. The percentage of illiteracy of 
the entire population is 3.3 per cent, the state ranking sixth in this respect. The 
educational system of the state is as follows: 

J. H. AcKERMAN, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Salem 


Geo. E. Chamberlain, Governor Salem 

F. I. Dunbar, Secretary of State Salem 

J. H. AcKERMAN, Superintendent of Public Instruction Salem 


I. W. Pratt Portland E. B. Conklin Pendleton 

Frank Rigler Portland L. H. Baker Salem 

D. W. YoDER Sumpter N. L. Narregan Medford 

Thos. M. Gatch Corvallis J. A. Churchill Baker City 

J. S. Landers The Dalles 


Geo. E. Chamberlain Salem 

F. I. Dunbar Salem 

Chas. S. Moore Salem 


H. W. Scott Portland 

Wm. M. Ladd Portland 

Wm. Colvig Jacksonville 

C A. Johns Baker City 

P. L. Campbell Eugene 

Oregon has a state uniformity law, enacted February 21, 1893, the adoptions 
being under the control of the above-named commission appointed by the Governor 
of the state. Books are adopted for a period of six years, the last adoption being 
July 8, 1901. 

Oregon has no State Reading Circle Board, but has a district law aiding school 






(Western Division.) 

B. F. MuEKEY, President Portland 

Miss Alphia M. Dimmick, First Vice-President McMinnvillc 

R. F. Robinson, Second Vice-President Ashland 

G. W. Jones, Secretary Salem 

Caroune Barnes, Treasurer Portland 


County. Superintendent's Name. Address. Districts. 

Baker J. A. Payton Baker City 58 

Benton George W. Denman Corvallis eo 

Clackamas J. C. Zlnser Oregon City 120 

Clatsop Emma C. Warren Astoria 86 

Columbia I. H. Copeland Houlton 56 

Coos W. H. Bunch McKlnley 76 

Crook William BoegU PrlnevIUe 41 

Curry William S. Guerln Langlols 26 

Douglas F. B. Hamlin Roseburg 127 

Gillian W. R. Neal Condon 36 

Grant H. C. Mack Long Creek 44 

Harney J. C. Bartlett Drewsey 29 

Jackson P. H. Dally Jacksonville 83 

Josephine Lincoln Savage Grants Pass 44 

Klamath C. R. DeLap Klamath Falls 30 

Lake J. Q. WllUts Lakevlew 20 

Lane William W. Miller Eugene 167 

Lincoln George Bethers Toledo 63 

Linn W. G. Jackson Albany 117 

Malheur B. L. Mllllgan Ontario 86 

Marion £. T. Moores Salem 114 

Morrow J. W. Shipley Heppner 46 

Multnomah R. F. Robinson Portland 58 

Polk C. L. Starr Dallas 66 

Sherman W. H. Ragsdale Morro 32 

Tillamook George B. Lamb Tillamook 48 

Umatilla J. F. Nowlin Pendleton 107 

Union E. E. Bragg Union 64 

Wallowa J. C. Conley Joseph 49 

Washington C. L. Gilbert The Dalles 72 

Wasco H. A. Ball Hillsboro 97 

Wheeler Charles Royse Wagner 69 

Tamhill E. V. Llttlefleld McMlnnville 87 


ALBAHY, Linn Co., pop. 8.149. 
Aoademy of Our Lady of Perpetual Liffht; 
prep.; co-cd.; R. C; Sister Mary An- 
selma, O. S. B. 
Albany Oollere; col.; co>ed.: Presb.: est. 
1806; Wallace Howe Lee, A. M., Prln. 
ABHIAND, Jackson Co., pop. 2,634. 

Ashland Commercial College; bus. and sten.; 

est. 1904; P. Ritner. Principal. 
Southern Oregon State Kormal School; nor- 
mal; state; coed.; B. F. Mulkey, A. B., 
BAKEB CITT, Baker Go.» pop. 6,663. 
Baker City Business College; bun. and sten.; 
est. 190.^; Albert Backus. LL. B., M. 
Accts., Prln. 
Eastern Oregon Commercial College; bus. and 

sten.; est. 1902; M. O. Perry. Prln. 
St. Frances Academy and College; prep.; co- 
ed.; R. C; Sifter Mary Cupertino. 
OOBVALLIS, Benton Go., pop. 1,819. 

Oregon State Airrioultural College; agri.; co- 
ed.; state; est. 1870; Thomas M. Gatch, 

A. M.. Ph. D.. Pres. 

Oregon Agrionltural College, Coarse in Phar- 
macy; phar.; co-ed.; est. 1899; A. L. 
Kinsely. Dean. 
DALLAS, Polk Co., pop. 1.600. 

Dallas College; col.; co-ed.; Dn. Bvang.; est. 
1900: Rev. 0. C. Poling. Ph. D., Pres. 
School's announcement. — Dallas College 
offers advantages for a liberal. Christian 
education, second to none of its kind. 
Good, healthful location; good, strong 
faculty; expenses reduced to minimum; 
excellent dormitory privileges: well 
equipped gymnasium. Located 60 miles 
south of Portland on the S. P. R. R. 
For information, address the President. 
DRAZy, Douglas Go., pop. 193. 

Central Oregon State Kormal School; normal; 
state; co-ed.; est. 1885; A. L. Briggs. 

B. S., B. S. D., Pres. 





EVOEHE, Lane Co., pop. 8,280. 

Euffono Divinity Bohool; theol.; co-ed.; Chria* 
tlan; ett. 1895; Rev. Eugene G. Sander- 
■on, LL. D.. Prealdent. 
ITBivenity of Orofon; onir.; atate; co-ed.; 
est. 1876. P. L. Campbell, A. B., Prea. 
FOREST GEOYE, Waahiofton Go., pop. 1,096. 
Paoiflo TTnivanity; col.; co-ed.; Cong.; eat. 
1854; William N. Ferrin. LL. D., Prea. 
JAOXBONYILLE, JaokiOB Go., pop. 6S3. 
8t. Mary's Aaadamy; prep.; co-ed.; R. 0.; 
Slater M. Laorentia. Prln. 
LEBAVOV, Linn Co., pop. 922. 
Santiam Aoadamy; prep.; co-ed.; M. B.; 
S. A. Randle, Prin. 
LA ORAKDE, Union Co., pop. 2.901. 
Baorod Heart Academy; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; 
Sister M. Euphrasia. Prin. 
KoMIHVYILLE, YambiU Co., pop. 1.420. 
MoMinnTiUe College; col.; co-ed.; Bapt.; eat 
1858; A. M. Brumback. A. M., Prea. 
MOHKOUTH, Polk Co., pop. 606. 
State Normal Sohool; normal; state; co-ed.*, 
E. D. Ressler. A. M.. Pres. 
MOUHT ANOEL, Marion Co., pop. 687. 
Mount An^el Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; 

Mother M. Agatha. O. S. B.. Prln. 
Mount Angel College; boys* boarding; R. C; 
est. 1887; Rev. Frowln Eppcr, President. 
VEWBERO, Yamhill Co., pop. 946. 
Paoiflo College; col.; co-ed.; Friends; est. 
1891; H. E. McOrew, A. M.. Pres. 
PENDLETOK, Yumatilla Co., pop. 4.406. 
Pendleton Business College: bus. and sten.; 

est. 1900; E. M. Churchill. Prln. 
St. Joseph's Academy and College; prep.; co- 
ed.; R. C; Mother Mary Stanislaus, 
PHILOMATH, Benton Co., pop. 343. 
Philomath College; col.; co-ed.; U. B.; est. 
1867; I. E. Caldwell. M. A.. President. 
PORTLAND, Multnomah Co., pop. 90.426. 
Behnke-Walker Business College; bus. and 

sten.; H. W. Behnke. Pres. 
Bishop Soott Aoademy; boys' boarding; P. 

B.; est. 1870; Arthur C. Newlll. Prln. 

Columbia University; col.: men.; R. C; est. 

1901; Rev. M. A. Qulnlan. M. A.. Pres. 

Hill Military Aoademy; mil.: boys; non-sect.; 

est. 1901; J. W. Hill. M. D., Principal. 

Holmes' English and Buainoaa College; bua. 

and sten.; Mrs. O. Holmea Lawrence, 

North Paoiflo Dental Collage; dent.; co-ed.; 

est. 1893; Herbert C. Miller, M. D.. D. 

D. S.. Dean. 141 W. Park St. 
Portland Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; Preab.; 

S. R. Johnston, J. R. Wilson, Prins. 
Portland Business College; bus. and aten.; 

A. P. Armstrong, LL. B., Prin. 
St. Helen's HaU; girla' boarding; P. B.; 

Sister Superior, Principal. 
St. Mary's Aoademy and College; girla' 

boarding; R. C; Sister Mary Flaria, 

University of Oregon, Medioal Department; 

med.; reg.; co-ed.; est. 1887; S. B. Jo- 
seph!, M. D., Dean. 
University of Oregon, Sohool of Law.; law; 

co-ed.; est. 1884; Richard H. Thornton, 

ROSEBURO, Douglaa Co., pop. 1,600. 
Rosebnrg Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect; 

Charles T. Whittlesey. Prin. 
ST. PAUL. Marion Co., pop. 143. 

St. Paul's Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; 

est. 1863; Sister Rosalind of the S. H.. 

SALEM, Marion Co., pop., 4.268. 
Capital Business College; bus. and aten.; 

W. I. Staley, Pres. 
Saored Heart Academy; girls* boarding; R. C; 

est. 1864; Sister Mary Stephen. Prin. 
Willamette University; univ.; co-ed.; M. B.; 

est. 1844; John Hamllne Coleman, D. D., 

Willamette University, Law Department; 

law; co-ed.; est. 1884; John W. Rey- 
nolds. A. M., LL. B.. Acting Dean. 
WUUmette University, Medioal Department; 

mod.; reg.; men; est. 1866; W. H. Byrd 

M. D., Dean. 
THE DALLES, Wasoo Co., pop. 3642. 
St. Mary's Aoademy; girls' boarding; R. C.; 

est. 1865: Sister M. Gcraldlne. Prin. 
TILLAMOOK, Tillamook Co., pop. 834. 

St. Alphonsius Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; R. 

C: Sister Mary Clement. Prln. 
WESTON, YumatiUa Co., pop. 626. 
Eastern Oregon State Normal Sohool; normal; 

state; co-ed.; Robert C. French, B. S., 



Population, 6,302,115. School census, 1,733,400. School age, 5-21. 
Pennsylvania is the second state of the Union in point of population, having 
a total of 6,302,115 inhabitants, of whom 6,141,664, or 97.5 per cent, are white. Of 
this number, 982,543, or 15.6 per cent, are foreign born. The percentage of illit- 
erary of the entire population is 6.1 per cent, the state ranking twenty-sixth in this 
respect. The educational system of the state is as follows : 


Nathan C. Schaeffer, Superintendent of Public Instruction Harrisburg 

Henry Houck, Deputy Superintendent Harrisburg 

John Q. Stewart, Deputy Superintendent Harrisburg 

A. D. Glenn, Financial Clerk Harrisburg 

M. F. Cass, Recording Clerk Harrisburg 

H. H. Fleischer, Statistical Clerk Harrisburg 

(Ex-Officio Members.) 

Samuel W. Pennypacker, Governor Harrisburg 

Hampton L. Carson, Attorney- General Harrisburg 

Nathan C. Schaeffer, Superintendent of Public Instruction Harrisburg 


C. C. Harrison, University of Pennsylvania, Provost Philadelphia 

George W. Atherton, President State College State College 

J. D. Moffat, President Washington and Jefferson College Washington 

Thomas Messinger Drown, President Lehigh University South Bethlehem 

Harvey W. McKnight, President Pennsylvania College Gettysburg 

G. M. Philips, Principal State Normal School West Chester 

Edward Brooks, City Superintendent Philadelphia 

James M. Coughlin, Superintendent Wilkcs-Barre 


County. Superintendent's Name. Address. Districts. 

Adams H. M. Roth Gettysburg 84 

Allegheny Samuel Hamilton Braddock 106 

Armstrong Miles A. Mllliron Kelly Station 46 

Beaver Andrew Lester Beaver 61 

Bedford J. Anson Wright Bedford 41 

Berks Eli M. Rapp Hamburg 67 

Blair T. S. Davis Altoona 28 

Bradford Herbert S. Putnam Towanda 66 





Goonty. Superintendent's Name. 

Bucks J. M. Shelley 

Butler R. S. Penfleld 

Cambria H. T. Jones 

Cameron Mattie M. Collins 

Oarbon James J. Bevan 

Centre David O. Etters 

Chester George W. Moore 

Clarion I* L. Himes 

Clearfield Wm. E. Tobias 

Clinton Ira N. McCloskey 

Columbia Wm. W. Evans 

Crawford John D. Goodwin 

Cumberland J. Kelso Green 

Dauphin H. V. B. Garver 

Delaware A. G. C. Smith 

Elk J. W. Sweeney 

Erie Samuel B. Bayle 

Fayette Clement Q. Lewellyn . 

Forest D. W. Morrison 

Franklin L. F. Benchoff 

Fulton C. E. Barton 

Greene John C. Stewart 

Huntingdon Jam6s G. Dell 

Indiana J. T. Stewart 

Jefferson R. B. Teltrlck 

Juniata H. C. Klinger 

Lackawanna J. C. Taylor 

Lancaster M. J. Brecht 

Lawrence R. G. Allen 

Lebanon John W. Snoke 

Lehigh Alvin Rupp 

Luzerne Frank P. Hopper 

Lycoming Gardner B. Mflnor 

McKean Burdette S. Bayle 

Mercer Frederick F. Foltz ... 

Mifflin James F. Wills 

Monroe Frank Koehler 

Montgomery J. Horace Landis 

Montour Charles W. Derr 

Northampton George A. Grim 

Northumberland W. W. Fetzer 

Perry Samuel S. Willard 

Pike Lucian Westbrook 

Potter Otis A. Kllbourn 

Schuylkill Livingston Seltzer ... 

Snyder George W. Walborn ... 

Somerset Daniel W. Selbert 

Sullivan J. ET. R. Killgore 

Susquehanna George A. Stearns .... 

Tioga W. R. Longstreet 

Union Daniel P. Stapleton 

Venango Dallas W. Armstrong 

Warren Orlo J. Gunning 

Washington Frank R. Hall 

Wasme D. L. Hower 

Westmoreland R. C. Shaw 

Wyoming Frank H. Jarvis 

Tork Charles W. Stine 

No. or 
AddreM. Diitricta. 

. . Doylestown 49 

..Butler 64 

..Ebensburg &4 

..Driftwood 8 

..Mauch Chunk 24 

. . Rebersburg 34 

..Erclldoun 74 

..Clarion 37 

..Clearfield 51 

..Lock Haven 81 

..Bloomsburg 82 

..Meadville 65 

..Carlisle 30 

..Mlddletown 38 

..Media 42 

..Saint Mary's 13 

..Waterford 38 

..Dunbar 41 

..Nebraska 10 

..Rouzervllle 19 

. . McConnellsburg 12 

..Jefferson 24 

..Huntingdon 49 

. .Indiana 35 

..Brookville 34 

..Oriental 17 

..Scranton 89 

..Lancaster 80 

..New Castle 27 

..AnnvIUe 21 

..Allentown 26 

. . Wllkes-Barre 74 

..Muncy 63 

. .Smethport 21 

..Mercer 49 

. . Lewlstown 14 

. .Stroudsburg 20 

..Conshohocken 61 

..Washlngtonvllle 12 

..East Bangor 37 

. . Sunbury 35 

. . New Bloomfleld 30 

..Dingman's Ferry 11 

..Coudersport 31 

..Schuylkill Haven 80 

..Freeburg 18 

..Somerset 44 

. .Forksville 13 

. .Hallstead 43 

..Mansfield 41 

..Lewisburg 15 

. . Franklin 36 

..Warren 31 

..Washington 65 

..Honesdale 30 

. . Greensburg 71 

..Tunkhannock 31 

..York 67 


ACADEMIA, JuniaU Co., pop. 186. 
Tnioarora Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
James Lewers Hyde, LItt. B.. Prin. 

ALLEOHANT, Allefhany Co., pop. 129,896. 
Alleffhany PreiMinttory Bohool; prep.; co-ed.: 
non-sect.; est. 1898; Wilmot R. Jones, 
Head Matter. 

A^ery College Trade Sobool; tech.; co-ed.; 

est. 1849; Joseph D. Mahoney. Snpt. 
Barclay Hall School for Girls; girls* board* 

Ing; non-sect; Nannie G. Barclay, M. 8., 

M. L., Prin. 
Park Institute; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; Ohas. 

R. CoflSn and W. D. Rowan. Prins. 
Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary; 





tbeol; men; R«f. Fre^ab.; est. 1356; Dft~ 
Tjd B. Wlllj«>d. D. D.. Dtfln, 
WMtam ITolTflnli^ of FsmifljlvuiliL: uilIt. ; 
€0-ed. ; iiOD-Jteit; tat, 17S7; Rev. S. B* 

4IIEKT0WV, Lekifb Dop, pop. ^6,410. 
AlUntowa Buiineu Collar*! bu«. md aten.; 

W. L. BUckEDiD, Prev. 
^Uatowji CoUvvfl fwr Womeiij givW boprd- 

liiff; K«?fDr[nf}d; est. IHdT; Thomas S. 

l4ind, A. M., D, D.. Prps, 
Amnicnii Biuuuii CoUer«; tius. and Bten.; 

O. 0* l>orni'r, C. P* A., Pres* 
KuhltialidTs^ GoIlAfq} egl. ; ihl^d; Lutb,; paI. 

iSe?; Wm. Waokcrnagel. D. D., ActJog 

ALTOOKA, BlAir Co.. pop. 3§,073. 
AllQOE)*. Buiineu CalUfv; bui. and ^i^^u.; W- 

Ii\ tHc^nburc Prefl* 
Zttth BohoaU bui. Hnd sten.i Q, G. Z^ih, 
AMBLEn, Mont^merj Co., pop. 1,SS4. 

SuQDyiida Sohool; prep.; co^lm].; tiab-icct,; 
Mias S. A. Knight. Prln. 
AKVTiLLEt L«b&ii!»D C«.« pap. 1.283. 

L«bfuion Tftliey CoUera; col.; co-ed.; O. B.; 
enL 18<W; Rey. H. V. Roop. Pb. a, 

ABJCAQH, IndliiDi, C^., pop. 133. 
Armacli Acftdemjj prt'p. ; eo-i;dH; aon-soci.; 
C. A. CAJupbeli, Prln. 
BAD EH, Bekvir Co,, pop. 427. 

Mt. GiLliUm Academy; prep.; boyi; R. C; P8t 
l&Olj Mother Superior. 
BALA, fiubiirb of Phlladelpbla. 
Mill BDii«y'i Bcbool f&r GMa; slrW board* 
Inir: noii-sfet, ; lat. 11*ij2; Mary E. Baney* 
BAB££YYIIX£> V^nanffo Co^ pop. 110. 
BifkeyTllla A<dLdBm7; prep.; eo-ed. ; nno* 
»ect. ; Whi. Hurria (injor, Frin. 
BEATTY, WeitiDDrQi&nd Ooi^ pop, 03. 
et. Ylnunt GollArfi; coU; men; R. O. ; e«t, 

ia4fl3 Rt. Rer, Le^ader Sneer, Pl-eB. 
Bt, X*Tiflr"t AdAdemy; ghW boarding; E* C.; 
*?5t. 1^46; MothLr M. R^iriiia, Frln. 
BEAVEB, Be&TfjT Co., pop. 2,^3. 
BMVflr Gollarn; C7>t; co-ed.; M. E.; c^t, 
I8G3; Rev. Artjinr Stsplei, A. M., Pfua. 
BEAVEB FAIX8, Ba&TAr Go.» pop. 10,iJ>64, 
^a0T(t CoUfif^t col.; vo-ed.; Ref. Prpab.- ett, 
184S; William P. Job niton. D. D., Pre*. 
Bmud'i Commeroial Bchool; bun. and itsD.; 
est. 1S»4; J. O. lUnd, PHnilpal. 
BSLLEFOITTE, Ganter Co., pop, 4. 2 J 6. 
BvUafoEtfl Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
J* V. HnKh(-H. i. R. Haghea, Prlni. 
BEBBY8BURG, Baiipbln Co., P^V^ 3as. 
BajTyabtLTK^ Academy ; prep.; eo-ed. ; nou-seet.; 
Frank D. Kebocb. Prln. 
BEEWIOXf GoliimMt COi, pop. a.OlQ. 
IHokfon't Buiineii CoUofe; bus. and stec; 
Archibald Dlrkmrn, Prln. 
BETHLEHEK, ^Tortliauiptoii Ca., pop. T.2S3. 

Betbleham Fraparatory Sobml; boyi' board* 

Ine; EplB.; H. A. roerloff, B* i., Pdn. 
MoTmTlun Gollere and Thsoloffieal flemiiimry; 

< Cil ; men; Moravian^ e?t. ISO?; Rev. 

Auguatus SobitltBe. D. D.. L. H« D„ Prea. 
Koraviaji P&roobUl Bcbool; prep.; co-ed.: 

Mot-nrlnn; Albert G. Rau. Prln. 
Momvi&a BemiiLary ajid Oelle*e for Women? 

glrla" hourdliig: Muravlunt eat. 1740; 

J. Mm Hark. D. D., Prln. 
BIEKIJ^aHAX, HuotiDfdDD Co., pop. 240. 
Birmingham BohooL for Oirla; prep,; glrW 

liojirdliiK: A. R. Orler, Prln. 
BLAIBBVIIXE, Iiidla.nii Co-» pop. 3,396. 

BlaiTavtlI« GoUnKfi; jflrJa' t>H>RrdLnir; Preab.; 

est. 1JS51; Kov. a, B. Llnbarl, Prt^a. 
BL001ISBTrB&, Golumbia Co., pap. &,no» 
Litetmiy laatitutfl ajid SUta Korma-l Bobooh 

normal; state; co^ed.; Judaon P. Welab, 

Ph D,. Frea. 
BBADDOCE. Allarhany Go,, pop, IS.BTri. 

GArmmn Lutheraa School^ pr»?p.; coed.; Lnth.; 

RkV. C. K«(CiLldL'r, Prea. 
BBODHEADSyHLE, MonrM Go.» pop. CM. 
Fairriew Aca.demy; prep.; co-ed.; non-Kd. ; 

E, T. i^unltle. A. M., Prln. 
BEYK MA WE, Kantsomtry Co,, pop. 1.650. 
Baldirin'a Bcbool for Girla, Miaa; girls ' 

bourdliis; noq-&ect. ; Mlaa Florence Bald- 
win. Prln. 
Bryn HftWf Collate; women; non-«oet.; est 

1SS5; M. Carey Thomna. Ph. D., LU D.. 

Shipley's Sobool for Oirta, msaas; ^bfla* 

hoarding; non-sf»ct.; Miaa 13»nnah iK 

Sblplcy. Prln. 
Wright's Sohiwlt Kiaa; g^lrla" hoarding; prep.; 

Mlas Uia iL Wright, Prln. 
BirCKINGHAM, Bncks Co., pop. 2^9. 
Hughasiaji Free Sohaol ; pi-e|i. ; eo-ed. ; 

Frlcnda; eat. 1S42; Itonaid W. Davis, 

BUSTLETOH, tahuirh 0f Fhil&dfilphia. 
St. Lnka'i Board La^ Bebnol for Boys; boys' 

hourdlng; P, E.; Cbarlea H. StTont. 


BITTLEB, BuHar Co,, pop., 10. §53. 

Butler Btutlnass Oolleffa; bus. aJid steb.; r"' 
1JS02; A. r. Regal, Prln. 
GALiroauiA, Waaliingtoii Ca., pop. 2.009. 
fii?tiibwasteni Stota Bormal Bobool; oorojal; 
RUU't I'O'Pd, ; Theodore B. Kos», Ph. D,» 

CANONBBtmG, Waahington Co., pop. 2.714. 
Je^araon Acmdamy; prep.; co-ed.; noii-ieet.; 
(*9t. lSi>2; J. A. A. Crulg, A, B.. Prin. 
GABBOKBLACK, Butlar Co., pop. PI. 
Cabot Inatitnta; prep ; coed.; nonHP^ct*; ett. 
1001; C. W. Jobntton. A. B., pjia. 
CA&BOHXIALE* Luckaws^nnm Ga„ pop. IS.cae. 
Cvbondmlfi Commarciftl Inttltuia; btia. and 
aten.; eit. IftOO; W. A. F, Sc<*tt. PHa. 
CABLIBLE^ OumbarlAbd Ga,, pop. 9.026. 
C&rliale CommareUl B«linal; bu«. and iten.; 
eat 18JS5; John U. Ung, PrlnctpaL 





CurlitiA IndUn Induttriftl BoIkkiU GoT't. 

aptool for In (11 111 Its; I'O-pd.; &tt. ISlOi 

Ciipt> W* A. Merter. Supt. 
Caawty Hftlh prep^; M. E. ; co-pd; eat. itsai 

W. A. Hutf'LlsoQ. filiMtdmaiier. 
Diskiniou Go11bk«; col. 7 ro-ed.; M. H,; eit. 

1TS3; George KdW»l^ Beed, 8. T. D., 

LL. a. Prei. 
Pl^kuMon Frspumtorr &c1i(ki1; prep.; oo-pd.; 

M. H3.; eat. 17i3; F. E. I>uwnPi*, A, M., 

Dl^inioa School of I«iw; Uw; raen; est. 

1S34; WUlJqm Trlclti-tt. LL. B.. Demn. 
Xetxfctr Ocrllflg^Q; ifSrri bottrdlng; noD-ftct; 

Mt9^ Sjirnh Katy B^e. Prin. 
0HAJIBEH.8BUaa, FrankUn Co., pop. S.SW, 
Chftmlieiriliurff AoAdAmj; 1>oj9^ boarding; uoa« 

ftt'rt.; €»t. naa; D. Kdgaf Bice, It. A.. 

L&t^n Scbool. The; pr«p. ; co-ed.; non-sect.; 

Mis* B^lle B. CrcAAl^rp PHn. 
PripMritory Soliaol; prep, ; ctHed.; tioa-sect. ; 

KatbtrLco E, Heyier. Prln. 
Wilnjn C«U«fffl; irlrla' bonrdlng: Preab,; «L 

187C): Mnttho.v Howell ReuBer, Ph. D.. 

CHABLEHOI« Within rton Co.* pop. 6,930. 
Tubbi.' Buflineu CoUe^;: bus. fttid »tea. ; D. 

C. Tubbs. Prt*a. 
CHEBTEE, BeUtpAre Co.» pop. 33.938. 
Cbtiter Aci.d«my; pro^.i coed.; non-ieet.; 

Gi^orgc Gilbert. Prln. 
pBDni7tT«ntA Militiu^ Gollefii; taiUtarjr; aon^ 

i«ct. ; CHt. 1602; Col, CbBBn E. H^aCt. 

0. Em Sqpt. 
Blup«*i Sabool of Bt«noEraph7i bna. and 

ften.; Joaeijh Ski? per. Prln. 
Sima^vtde Schoftl; prep.; co-pd-; non-fcct.; est. 

1809: Mary Paacj Wann»r, Prln. 
OHESTirtrT HILL, auliurb of PMUdelpliii.. 
CfttoitDut Hill Aoftdem]^; boys' bonrdltii;; noib- 

»e<'t ; Jamea L, Pnttfrson, n<'adiiiaa.ter, 
Moufit it. Joiopli'i Acudemj, iirep. : i-o^ed. ; 

R, 0. ; Motbf^r Miiry Ck'inonta, Prln. 
CHEYKEY, DelMwi^re Co,, pop. 233, 

Inititute for Colored Youtb (folore^); nor,; 

co-ed.; ?it, 1837; Hugb M, Browne, A. 

M.. Prlaclprtl. 
CLA&lair, Clftfloa Co., |>op, 2,004. 
ClKTion StAte NormiLl Scliool; normal; ttt^ti-: 

<v^e<l. : (St. mH7; J. d^firgt? Becbt^ Prln 
C0LLE6ETILLE, VontfOinerT Co.^ pcf». dU. 
Urftlnua College; i^ol.; co-ed.; Reforintd:; eat 

im&; Ui^f. Duvld W. Ebb^rt, Prea. 
COLBUBIA. I^tnouter Co,« fmp, 12,atG. 

Bt. Fa tor"! Convant; nri?p.; co-ed.; R. 0.; 

wrsttT M. Flavin, Prln, 
COKCOBBVILLE, DolAwiie Co,» pop, G43. 
Msplewosd ImtitvtD : txiyg' b^wrdlng; nati- 

iect.; Joseph Shartlldgc. Prln. 
OOmnXLBVlLLE, r&7cttn Co., pop. TJOO. 
Bauglii Btiiin«ti College; bua. nod iten,: D. 

• St. IWJ; W. S. Urltton, Pdn. 
COREY, Erie Co,, pop. t^.fm. 

fioTTj Suiloeu College; traai. ant) etea, ; 0. 

W. C. Twlnlflff, Prln. 
GEESSCK, CftmltHa C«., pop, 56T, 
Mount Aloytiui Aci^dAmr; jctlrla' boarding; R- 

C; Mother M. d« Saleat Pdn. 

t>AELlNOT0K> iHUwdre Co., pc»p. 42, 

Greeriburf Ac&doinr; prep,; co-ed.; nou-ittct-i 
J. 8. B^'st. Prln, 
DAYTQIf, Armatrobg Co., pop. 431. 

DATton Uaioa Ao&demy; prep.; co-«d.; nOb^ 
«et't, ; L. W. Greenlee, Prln. 
BOYLESTOWK* Buokt Co- pop, 3,034. 
Kfttionftl Fum Sohool^ Tim; bof"' hoarding; 
iinii-fwct. : eit 1806; John H. Waakbnni, 
BEY EUK, FAnklin Co., pop. 230. Valley Aaadem]^;^ closed. 
BUBCI8, Clearfleld Co., pop. Q,3T5, 

DiiboiJ Collate of Buiiooi*; bum, and eteB.; 
G. W. TborUt Pre». 
EASTOy* UflrtUmirtoa Co., pop. 26.238. 

Eaftton Academy 1^ prep,; cu-ed<; oon-Bect.; 

^»t. IBOii; SjiEunel R. Pari. A. M., Prln, 

EaitoD fiohool of Builneu; baa. and atcni.| 

S. L. Joneft. Prea, 
Home Boarding Bobool; prep,; co-cd.; non- 
sect.; eet. 1ST6; Mra, M. U. Dlabrow. Prln. 
Lafayette CoUesa; eal.; men; Preab.; cat. 

1832; B. II, Warfield. LL. D., Prei. 
Larcli'a Pre'paTatDfy Solbool; prep.; co-ed.; 
non-s«et. ; Cbarka H. Lercb, Prln. 
EAST STRCUBBBUBC. Monroe Oo,» pop. 2,ft4S. 
£ait BtioudaburjT Btate K^irmal Boibool; nar* 
mal; eUitK'', coed.; cat. 1903; E. L. 
Kc?mp. PrltiHpaL 
£Atr CLAIRE, Butler Co., pop. 231. 

£aa Clalje Academy; prep.; co^&d.; noQ-ePcl,; 
A. W. Kdllj. A. M.. Prln. 
EBEKBBBRQ, CambHa Co., pap. 1,5T4. 
Ebenaburf Hormal Bohool; normal; prltate; 
co-ed.; H. T. Jones, Prln. 
EBIHBOEC, EHe Co,, pop. 09 1. 
Edinboro Btate Normal Bah0al; narnut; itate; 
co-ed.; est. ISGl; Juhn F. Dlgtar, A. M., 
ELUEESEUXIEh Indiana Co,, pop. BO. 

Eldenridee Academy; prep,; co-ed,; Fireali.; 
i-^t. IS41- Q. FAwtr Betta, A, M.. Prln. 
ELBEETCir, Annetront Co*, pop, 293, 

Elderton Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-a&d.; 
W. A, Fntton, Prln. 
ELISTABETHTOWII, Lancaater Co., pop. 1,4T3. 
ElixabethtDwn CoUeye; col.; eo-ed.; GtF. 
Bapt; eat IBOO; Eev. I. N. H. Beabm, 
ERIE, Erie Co., pop, 52.733. 

Baria Bhortha&d Bobool; bna. and aten.; W. 

0. Djivls. Prea. 
Eria Academy; prep,; co-ed, t non-BCct* Jfitt* 

nlo L, Galpln, Pdn. 
Erie Buriiineat tTiiiTentity ; boi. and sten,; J. 

M. Glazier, Prtja. 
Reed 'a (Hra.) Private KindenrafUn and 
Traininf Bcbool; pot, kind.; women; eat. 
1F«>S: Mra. E. CofB Rc*d. Director. 
Bt, Benadict'a Aoademy; j?irla* bnardloff: E. 
C; Slater M. PhUoroena. O, 3. B„ Pdn. 
Villa lUrla Aoadamy; sitlB* boarding; E. 
C; Mother U, Engcnla, Prin, 
EACTOEYIOLLE, Wyomin* Co., pop, 859. 
Seytt^ne Academy; prep.; cfned.; Bapt.; 
eat. 1863; Ecv, EUtantuih Bulley* A. U., 





FAWN <IKOyE, Yftrk Co., pup. 202. 
Fnwn OrOTfi AsAdbmy; pn^p.; co-ed.; uttn- 
sett.; Geo. W. DuvIItallaa* lYia. 
FEAKKI.IN, YenuiffD Co., pop. 7,317. 

MlUer Kipht BcJiooU prup.; men; uou-Bect^; 
est. IWIIU; D. J. Hiirt. Supt. 
FfiEnEBIGKEBUEG* Lebuioii Co., pop, ei3. 

Sahuylkili S«miD&ryi uioV4.'d to Eii^tidliif, Pa. 
FBEDONIA* Merijer Ca., pi»p. 437. 
Fradonia iMtitutaj prep,; co-i?d.; non-McL; 
eat. 3S*vT: F. A. Fruit, A. H., Pres, 
FS;E£S^B&, fiaydflf Co,, pop. B40, 

FT»DbaTff Muiio&l Collaf«; mcti. ; at. ISTO; 
Heory U. Mu>er. Ulrector. 
6£0E<iE SGHOOX., Buoki Co., pop. 27. 
0«OfV« floliMl; prep,; eo-ed.; Frieiida; eat. 
Itaf3; Josepb S. Wnltuii, Pb. D* PHn. 
GEBMANTOWIJ, lubiirb flf Pbiladel^hi*. 
Fiieudt' BrepATiLti^a Kaetins SpIkkiU prop^ 
CO ed. : t rleiids (ortbodoKj ; Davia H. lor- 
ajtlie. Frio. 
Qflrmjuitowii Academr; pi'^p.; boya; Qan-ac:ct.; 

eat, XZOO; WilUacu Kerahaw, Prin. 
*'l¥T Hou«'*i prep.; glfli* bcmrdlns; coH' 

BetL; Marr K. Stetetis, PTln, 
StftTfiiii Bohool fat C^LrU. Xba; rItW board - 
Ids; aon-Bact.; Mrs. J. Frederick DHpps, 
GETTYSSUBO, Aduni Co,, pop. 3,4S&. 
BethMij School; prep.; cw-cd.; noQ-iect; MIm 

LueUu McAmiter, Frlii. 
Lutkerim ThBialoficul iflminaijj tbeoL; men; 
Luth.; eat. I*s20; Rei', J. A. ginfmitBter, 
P resident. 
Pfliiji*ylt*nia CoilPE«i col.; co^ed.t Lutb.; eat. 
ll^'i; Sumuel O. Hefe]lM>raer, A. M., 
Stann*! E&}L; prep.^ cv-e^; Luth.; ect. X$32; 
Ret. Cbarlei H, Huber, A. M., Prtu. 
GILBEBT, IConrod Ca., pop, 142. 
FolTtfrQlmi^ Institute r prt'p. ; ci)-ed.; mm-Bect.; 
ctt ISeO; F. Kubler* A* M., Prln. 
0LE2IYIX.Z.E, York Co., pop. ITO. 
QlviiTiilii Aoftdem^;. prep.: coHJdl.; Latb.; i-ftt. 
1B&2, E. M. Stohl. A. M., Prlo. 
&lXE3n9BTrBG. WutmorvUnd Oo.| pop, e,SOg. 
QrMJitb'urff 8«mlB&i7; prep.; eo^ed.; Lutb.; 

Wm, H. Ziiber. A, M., Prln. 
Bt, Joteph'B A«d«iiiy| «Lf-ls' boardti^; E. C; 

Sister Rose Murji?, Pelo. 
£t, lUrr'fl a«inliiuT; boj-ft' iMMfdlOfi B. C; 
esL J&S2; Sbter Dlrec treat. 

OBEEHVILLE. Meroer C*.. p.>P. 4,814, 
Xhtol Con«r»; ci3l, ; co-ed.; Lut^.; c«t. laTO; 
Rev. ITjwj. B. Roth, D. !>.♦ Pres. 
GBOVl CITY, Kero*T C^., pop. l,6W, 

Grov« City Collss«; col.i eo-ed.; noti-tect^ ; 
I St. l!^4; ItQT. Ihuiic C. Keller, Pb. D.. 
1>, n., Pres. 
HAEBIBBITBG, DftupMti 0*., pop. &0.ia7. 
H&Ri4b<[irf AoAddmy; bojs' boudlctg; nou^ 

BPCt.; Jftcob F. Seller. Pb. D., Prln. 
HflLTrtibart BiiBia«» CoU«ffe; buB. and aten.; 

J. B. Gnnier, Prea. 
H*irti%iLrg GonssfTikUTT of ICiuto; muale; eit. 
M&Qj M». E. J, Demree, Director. 

Bobool of Comoiarofl^ bus, &Dd ateii.; J. 0. 

Sbumberser and G. 5. McClure, propa, 
HAYEBJ*OBD, Moatgonwry Co., pop. 64B. 
H*¥*rford CoilBgo; to I,; men; Frlendj; eat, 

IBii-i; IsaAC 3barple»a, Fres. 
MmwtTfotd School , TIib; bora' boardtiiff; 

Frleads: e»t. ia^4; Cbiirl« S. Croanmui, 

A. D., HeadzD^ster; 
UAZLZTQH, LuzoTUB Co,, pop. 14,200. 

Huleton Bu»ineu CoUef«; bus^ aud aten. ; 

eat. 18SS; 1. A. ajegk-r, 3ee"jf, 
H£^[AH, Butlu Co,, pop, 6^, 
St. Fldi^Ua Colleger col.; mt^m B. C; Ht. 

1877; Ret. C«BBlitii Barti, O. M. Cap., 


HJCKOEY, WAMhtnyton Co., pop. 237. 
HiokoTj Aeadamy; prep.; co-ed.; nim-aect.; 
A. M. Reed. A. B.. Ptla. 
UOILlDAYSBirBa, BUir Co., pap. 2.003. 
HoUidajBbureh SaaiiTtuyj glrbi boanUng; 
Preab.; ^t. IKST; Bev. A. F, Walker, 
HUKTI37G0OK, Kaatingdoa Co., pop. «,053. 
Juniata Coller*; c&L; ^led,; Dfetbreu; eat. 
1B76; M. G. Bfumbausb. Fb. II., Frea. 
IKBIAVA, IndI&B« Co., pop. 4,142. 

ladUiu. Iforroal Sclnwl of PeaaBylTmaia ; nor- 
mal; Btate; co-ed.; Rkv. D. j. Waller. 
Jr.. D. D., Prca. 

JEJfKIWTOWH. Moat«om«T Co., pop. 2,0©1- 
Abiocton Friead»" BoJiool! prep.; co-ed.; 

Friends; Oeorfie M> DHJWiilng. Prln. 
JOHKBXOWlf, Cambdft Co,, pop, 3Ji,fi:ie. 

Eowe CoUaga; bua. aod aten. ; eat. im^l 3. 

U. Iseuberg, Prea, 
KENITETT iftUABE, Chaitar Q»., pop. l.Gl«. 
Oadarwoft Sebo*!; boys* ptep. ; fton-aect.I 

est. 1*^; Jesse E, FUlUpB, A. M., Frtn- 

Martin Acadamj; prep,; eo-ed. ; Frlenda; 

Jane P. Rnakmore, Prtii. 
XlNGflTOir, Luaaraa Co., p&p. 3.84S. 
Wyooalaff Samlnar;; prep.; co-cd.; 11. IS.; 

L. L. Spragoe, D. D,, Prea. 
KITTAHNLNG, Axmitfonr Co., pop. S,|H1S. 
EittaaaiAg Aoadamp; prep,; eo-ed. ; bo&-«ect.; 

est. 1821; J. C. Flustaioa. A. M., Prln, 
KUTZTOWir, Berks Co., pop. 1,3SS. 
Key atone State Kormul ftohool; normal; ttxte; 

cth-ed.; A. Q. RotbenncI, ites. 
LAFCABT£E, lABoaatar Co., pop. 41,45t». 
BovmaA Taoknioal flohool ; watobaukiaK ;cD-ad ; 

noti-aect; eat. 1880; Jotm J. lawman, 

FfuikUa oad MantaAll Academy; prep.; bofv; 

Reformed; rst, 1873; T. G. Helm, A M., 

Aud 12. M. Usrtman, A. M., Prlaa. 
FraakUa aad Maraball Collefa; col.; mefi; 

Reformed; eat. 1H3«1; T. G. Helm, A. U., 

FflDaaylTaata Baiioaaa and Skortkaod Ool- 

lega; bus,, flten. aad clttl si^rtlce; eat. 

1806; J. M. Wflde, Pli. 0., Ptla, 
iacrad Heart Academy; givtv* boardtof; B, 

C.; Sister Superlur, Prln. 
it. Mofy'a Academy; glrla' boardibf; B. 0.; 

Sister £. Alc^aliu, PTla. 





Btahr's Select School, Miu; girls' boarding; 
non-sect.; est. 1901; Alice Hill Byrne, 
Theological Seminary of the Keformed 
Chnrch; theol. ; men; Reformed; est. 
1825; Frederlclc A. Cast, D. D., Acting 
Yeates Institute, The; boys' boarding; P. E.; 
Frederick Gardiner. Prln. 
LANSDOWNE, Delaware Co., pop. 2.630. 

Froebel Institute; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
est. 1888; A. Prichett and Emil D. Wright, 
LEBANON, Lebanon Co., pop. 17.628. 
Lastem School of Telegraphy; tel. ; est. 1897; 

co-ed.; J. M. Shiiidol. President. 
Lebanon Business College; bus. and sten. ; 

M. G. Deulingcr, Pres. 
Urich Private School, Miss; prep.; girls; non- 
sect.; est. 1S91; Margaret Urich, Prln. 
LEWISBUBG, Union Co., pop. 3.4G7. 

Bucknell Academy; prep.: boys; Bapt. ; est. 

1846; John Howard Harris, LL. D., Pres. 

Bucknell Institute; prep.; girls; Bapt.; est. 

1846; EveUn Stanton, Ph. M., Prln. 
Bucknell University; col.; ro-cd. ; Bapt.; est 
1846; Rev. John H. Harris. LL. D.. 
LEWISTON, Mifllin Co., pop. 4,451. 
Lewiston School; prep.; co-ed.; Presb. ; est 
1902; E. Washington Burchficld. A. B., 
LIOONIEB, Westmoreland Co., pop. 1.259. 
Ligonier Classical Institute; prep.; co-ed., 
non-sect.; Rev. E. H. Dickinson. Priu. 
LINCOL*: UNIVERSITY, Chester Co., pop. 275 
Lincoln University; col.; men; Presb.; est. 
LITITZ, Lancaster Co., pop. 1.037. 

Linden Hall Seminary; girls' boarding; Mo- 
ravian; Rev. Charles D. Ivreider, Prln. 
LOCKHAVEN, CUnton Co., pop. 7.210. 

Central State Normal School; normal; state, 

co-ed.; J. R. Flickenger, Pres. 
Lockhaven Business College; bus. and stcn., 
Benj. F. Fletcher, Pres. 
LONDON GROVE, Chester Co., pop. 197. 

London Grove Friends' Select School; prep., 
co-ed.; Friends (Hicksite); Alexowiui M. 
Rohr, Prln. 
HAHANOY CITY, Schuylkill Co., pop. 13.504. 
McCann's Business College; bus. and sten.; 
est. 1897; L. C. McCann. Prln. 
MANSFIELD, Tioga Co.. pop. 1.847. 

Mansfield State Normal School; normal; state: 
co-ed.; A. T. Smith. Pres. 
McDonald, Washington Co., pop. 2.475. 
Hickory Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
Lloyd S. Paxton. Prln. 
McKEESPORT. Allegheny Co., pop. 34.227. 
Douglas Business College; bus inul sten.; est 

IS1>4: Wsirren DouRlns. Prln. 
McKeesport Business College; bus. and sten.; 
est. 1.S97. S. S. Gressly. B. C. S.. Prin. 
MEADVILLE, Crawford Co., pop. 10.201. 

Allegheny College: col.; co-ed.; M. E. ; est. 
1815: Hev. Wm. II. Crawford. D. D.. 

Beethoven School of Music; mas.; George W. 

Dixon, Dii-ector. 
Meadville Commercial College; bos. and sten.; 

Miss S. L. Boyd, Pres. 
Meadville Theological Seminary; theoL; co-ed.: 

Unitarian; est. 1844; Rev. Franklin Che» 

tcr Soutbworth, President. 
Pennsylvania College of Music; mas.; est 

1886; Harry Walthe Manvllle, Director. 
MECHANICSBURG, Cumberland Co., pop. 

Irving Female College; girls' boarding; Lath.: 

est. 1856; E. E. Campbell, Ph. D.. Pres. 
Kast's Classical School; prep.; co-ed.; non* 

sect.; est. 1895; D. B. Kast, Prin. 
MEDIA, Delaware Co., pop. 3,076. 
Friends' Select School; prep.; co-ed.; Friends; 

est. 1885; Anna Beltler Smedley, Prin. 
MERCER, Mercer Co., pop. 1.804. 
Mercer Academy and School of Music; prep.; 

co-ed.; non-sect.; est. 1825; Jame/i A. 

Gealey, A. B., President. 
MERCERSBURG, Franklin Co., pop. 036. 
Mercersburg Academy, The; Reformed; boys' 

boarding; William Mann Irvine, Ph. D., 


MIFFUNTOWN, Juniata Co., pop. 063. 
Mifflin Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; est 

1882; J. Harry Dy singer. A. B., Prin. 
Newcastle Business College; bus. sag i [| fc, 
J. L. Smith. Pres. 
MILLERSVILLE, Lancaster Co., pop. 1,241. 
First Pennsylvania State Normal School; nor- 
mal; state; co-ed.; E. Orman Lyte, Ph. 
D.. Pres. 
MILLVILLE, Columbia Co., pop. 693. 
Greenwood Seminary; prep.; co-ed.; Friends; 
Rachel Knight. B. L., Prin. 
MOUNT PLEASANT, Westmoreland Co., pop. 
Western Pennsylvania Classical and Scien- 
tific Institute; prep.; co-ed.; Bapt.; H. 
C. Dixon. Prln. 

MURRYSVILLE, Westmoreland Co., pop. 196. 

Laird Institute; closed. 
MUNCY, Lycoming Co., pop. 1.934. 
Lycoming Coimty Normal School; normal; pri- 
vate: eo-cd.; est. 1870; Harris Alvin 
SiH)tts. A. B., Principal. 
MYERSTOWN. Lebanon Co., pop. 1.880. 

Albright College; col.; co-ed.; Un. Evang.; 
est. 18S1; James D. Woodring. D. D.. 
NAZARETH, Northampton Co., pop. 2,304. 
Nazareth Hall Military Academy; military; 
Moravian; Rev. S. J. Blum, Supt. 

NEW BERLIN, Union Co., pop. 616. 
Central Pennsylvania College; merged Into 

Albright College, Myerstown, Pa. 
Union Seminary: prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; est. 
1S.-»G: W. D. Marburger. A. B., President. 

NEW BLOOMFIELD, Perry Co., pop. 772. 
Bloomfield Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
II. C. Mohn. A. M., Prln. 






HEW WmaNOTOK, Lawrenoa Co., pop. 791. 

Westminster Cellege; col.; co-ed.; Un. Presb.; 

est. 1852; Key. R. G. Ferguson, D.' D., 


NOKKISTOWK. Montgomery Co., pop. 22.285. 

Sohissler Coliege of Business; bus. and sten.; 

A. J. Schlssler, Pres. 
NORTH EAST, Erie Co., pop. 2.068. 

St. Mary's College; boys* boarding; R. G.; 
Very Rev. John Q. Schneider, Rector. 
tfORTH HOPE, Butler Co., pop. 100. 
Korth Waahington Institute; non-sect.; prep.! 
co-ed.; S. C. StockdlU. A. M., Pres. 
OAK LAVE, suburb of Philadelphia. 
Marshall Seminary; girls' boarding; non- 
sect; Emma S. Marshall. Prin. 
OGOVTZ, Montgomery Co., pop. 612. 
Cheltenham Military Academy; military; non- 
sect.; P. E.; est. 1871; Malcolm Booth. 
Ph. B.. Prin. 
Ogontx School for Young Ladies; girls' board- 
ing; non-sect.; SyWia J. Eastman, Prin. 
OIL CITY, Venango Co., pop. 13.264. 
Eaip Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; est. 

1801; Samuel Barp. Prin. 
Oil City Business College; bus. and stcn.; 

B. R. Welch, Pres. 
OLET, Berks Co., pop. 614. 

Oley Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; est. 

1857; C. Waldo S. Leinbach. A. B., Prin. 
OVEBBROOK, Montgomery Co., pop. 1.500. 
Orerbrook School, The; girls' boarding; prep.; 

Miss 8. J. Sayward. Prin. 
Philadelphia Theological Seminary of St. 

Gharlea Borromeo; theol.; men; R. C; 

est. 1832; Patrick J. Garvey. D. D.. Rec- 
PEKNSBURG, Montgomery Co., pop. 1.082. 
Perkiomen Seminary; prep.; co-ed.; Schwcnk- 

f elder; Rev. O. S. Kriebel. A. M.. Prin. 
PHILADELPHIA, Philadelphia Co., pop. 

Abrahamaon Business College; bus. and sten.; 

est. 1880; Charles M. Abrahamaon. Prin. 
Aoademy of Notre Dame; prep.; co-ed.; R. 

C; Sister Agnes Mary, Prin., 206 S. 10th 

Aoademy of the Saored Heart; girls' prep.; 

day; R. C; est. 1863; Augusta Pardow, 

Superior. 1810 Arch St. 
Agnes Irwin's School; girls' boarding; non* 

sect.; Sophy Dallas Irwin, Prin., 2011 

De Lancey. 
Anable's Sohool for Toung Ladies, Miss; 

girls' boarding; non-sect.; Isabella Anable, 

Prin., 1350 Pine St. 
Apollo School of Musio; mus.; est. 1800; Mrs. 

A. A. Strohm. Prin.. 2022 N. 4th St. 
Banks Business College; bus. and sten.; 

Edward M. Hull. Pres.; 300 Penn. Mont- 
real Bldg. 
Berean Normal I'raining and Industrial Sohool; 

iudust.; co-ed.; non-soct.; est. 1800; Rot. 

Matthew Anderson. A. M., Prin., S. Col- 
lege Aye. and 10th St. 
Blight Sohool, The; prep.; boys; non-aect.; 

est. 1887; William S. BUght. Head- 

Mastcr. 401 S. 22nd St. 
17th St. 

Brown College-Preparatory Sohool; prep.; 
boys; non-sect.; est. 1877; Alonxo Brown, 
A. M.. Prin.. Odd Fellows' Temple. 

Central High School; col.; city; men; eat. 
1838; N. Broad and Green, Robt. Ellis Thomp- 
son. A. M.. S. T. D.. Pres. 

Mrs. Chapman and Miss Jones Sohool; girls* 
boarding; non-sect.; est. 1876; L. P. 
Chapman, Prin.. Chesnut HilL 

Combs Broad Street Conaervatory of Mnaio; 
mus.; non-sect.; co-ed.; est. 1885; Gilbert 
R. Combs. Director. 

Do Lanoey Sohool, The; boys' day; non- 
sect.; est. 1877; Joseph Dana Allen, 
Prin., 1420 Pine St. 

Divinity Sohool of the Protestant Epiaoopal 
Church in Philadelphia; theol.; men; P. 
B.; est. 1862; WiUlam M. Groton, S. T. 
D.. Dean. 

Episcopal Academy, The; prep.; Dr. William 
H. Klupp. Head-Master, Locust and Juni- 
per Sts. 

Frankford Sohool of Business; bus. and sten.; 
Geo. E. Harvey, Prin., 4507 Mulberry. 

Frienda' Central Sohool; prep.; co-ed.; Friends; 
J. Eugene Baker. Anna W. Speakman, 
Prins., N. 15th and Race. 

Frienda' Select Sohool; prep.; co-ed.; Friends 
(orthodox); J. Henry Bartlett, Prin., 20 
S. 12th St. 

Oermantown Business College; bus. and sten.; 
W. J. Zelders. Pres., 5700 Gcrmantown 

Gibaon's Sohool, Miaa; girls' boarding; non- 
sect.; Miss Margaret S. Gibson, Prin., 
2322 Dc Lancey PI. 

Girard College for Orphana, The; boys* board- 
ing; non-sect.; Adam H. Fetterolf, Prin., 
Girard Ave. 

Girls' Sohool of the Mary J. Drezel Home; 
girls' boarding: Lath.; Rev. G. Goedel, 
Prin., 2100 S. College Ave. 

Gordon's Sohool for Girls, Miss; girls* board- 
ing; non-sect.; Miss Elisabeth F. Gor- 
don. Prin.. 4112 Spruce St. 

Hahnemann Medioal College; med.; homeop.; 
men; est. 1848; Charles M. Thomas, A. 
M., M. D.. Dean. 222 N. Broad St. 

Haven College of Literature and Business; 
bus. and sten.; Curtis Haven, Pres., 1526 

Holman School for Girls; girls' prep.; non- 
sect.; oHt. 104M); Louise Holman Haynea, 
2204 Walnut St. 

Institute for Colored Youth (colored); prvp.; 
co-ed.; Friends; Fanny J. Coppins, Prin., 
Balubrldgc and S. 0th. 

Jefferson Medical College; med.; reg.; men; 
est. 1825; James W. Holland, M. D., 
Dean. S. 10th and Walnut. 

Kirschbaum Sohool of Languages; languages; 
non-sect.; co-ed.; est. 1889; Bruno Kirsch- 
baum, Prin. 

Keyser's School, Miss; girls* day; non-aect.; 
est. 1804; Harriet D. Keyser. Prin.. 1825 
Green St. 





LaS&lle OoUeffo; col.; men; B. C; est. 1867; 
RcT. Brother Isidore, F. S. G.. 1240 N. 

Marshall SAminary; girls* boarding; non- 
sect.; est. 1896; Emma S. Marshall, 
Prln., Oak Lane. 

Mcdioo-Chimrgical College; mod.; reg.; men; 
» est. 1881; Seneca Egbert, A. M.. M. D., 

Dean. Cherry and N. 17th St. 

Medioo-Chimrgioal College, Department of 
Dentistry; dent.; men; est. 1897; Robert 
H. Nones, D. D. S.. Dean, Cherry and N. 

Medioo-Chimrgioal College, Department of 
Pharmaoy; phar.; men; est. 1898; H. H. 
Mentxer, Dean, Cherry and N. 17th St. 

Mid-City Sohool for OirU; girls' boarding; 
non-sect.; Mrs. Rebecca C. Dickson Long, 

Mt. St. Joseph Academy; girls' boarding; R. 
C; est. 1858; Mother Mary Clement. Su- 
perior. Chestnnt Bill. 

National College of Music; man.; est. 1850; 
M. WendeU Case, M. D., Director, 809 
N. Broad. 

National School of Elocution and Oratory; 
elo.; est. 1874; Mrs. J. W. Shoemaker, 
Prln., Temple Bldg. 

Palms' Business College; bus. end sten.; llieo. 
W. Palms, Pres.. 1711 Chestnut. 

Palmer's College; bus. and sten.; O. B. 
Palmer, Pres., 1612 Poplar. 

Peirce School; bus. and sten.; est. 1865; L. 
B. Moffett, Business Manager, 917 Chest- 

School's announcement. — A complete tech- 
nical preparation for business, together 
with a good English education, including 
much that Is not taught in the ordinary 
commercial school, the result comparing 
in efDciency with that of university train- 
ing. Probably the largest commercial 
school in the United States. The faculty 
consists of forty instructors. Attendance 
in 1906 more than 1800 students. 

Pennsylyania Academy of Fine Arts; art; non- 
sect.; co-ed.; est. 1806; John D. Pierce. 

Pennsylvania College of Dental Surgery; dent.; 
co-ed.; est. 1856; Wilbur F. Litch, D. D. 
S., Dean. N. 18th and Buttoowood. 

Philadelphia Business College and College of 
Commerce; bus. and sten.; est. 1902; F. 
F. Dutton, Priu., 1017 Chestnut. 

Philadelphia College of Osteopathy; osteop.; 
co-ed.; est. 1899; Charles W. McCnrdy, 
Ph. D., D. D., Dean. 38rd and Arch. 

Philadelphia Collegiate Institute for Girls; 
girls' boarding; M. B.; Miss Susan C. 
Lodge, Prln., 1720 Arch St 

Philadelphia College of Pharmaoy; phar.; co- 
ed.; est. 1821; Joseph P. Remington, 
Dean. 146 N. 10th St. 
School's aonounoement. — The course ex- 
tends oyer three years, leading to the 
degree of Doctor in Pharmacy (P. D.). 
Students without drug store experience 
arc eligible to tiie degree of Pharma- 
ceutical Chemist (P. C). Special courses 
in Analytical Chemistry, Bacteriology and 

Philadelphia Dental College; dent^ co-ed.; 
est. 1862; Leo Oreenbaom, M. n., D. D. 
S., Dean, N. 18th and Bottonwood. 

law; co-ed.; est. 1804; William A. Brown. 

Philadelphia Law School of Temple College; 
Dean, N. Broad and Berks. 

Philadelphia Medical Sohool of Temple Col- 
lege; med. ; reg.; co-ed.; est. 1901; W. 
Wallace Fritz. M. D., Dean, ^. Broad 

Philadelphia Musical Academy; mus. ; est. 
1870; Richard Zookwer, Director, 1617 
Spruce St. 

Philadelphia Normal Sohool for Girls; nor- 
mal; state; co-<m1. ; est. 1848; J. Monroe 
Willard, Prln.. 13th & Spring Garden Ave. 

Philadelphia Polyclinic; med.; post-grad.; 
co-ed.; est. 1R82; U. Max Goopp, M. D., 
Dean. 18th and Lombard Sts. 

Philadelphia Sohool of Design for Women; 
art; women; est. 1844; Miss Emily Sar- 
tftin. Prln., Broad & Master SU. 

Randall School; bus. and sten.; est. 1903; 
Howard K. Randall, Prln., Bets Bldg. 

Roanoke College; col.; men; Lutheran; est. 
1853; John Alfred Morehcad, A. M., D. 

Roman Catholic High School for Bojrs; boys' 
boarding; R. C; Rey. N. F. Fisher, Prin.. 

Royal Conservatory and College of Music; 
mus.; est. IHOO; M. B. Brodsky, Pres., 
453 N. 6tb St. 

School of Industrial Art of the Pennsylvania 
Museum; art and tech.; co-ed.; est. 1876; 
Leslie W. Miller. Prin., Broad & Pine Sts. 

Strayer's Business College; bus. and sten.; 
est. 1904; S. Irving Strayer, Pres., 8th ft 
Market SU. 

Sternberg School of Music; mus.; Constantine 
von Sternberg, 10 S. 18th St. 

St. Joseph's College; col.; R. C; est. 1861; 
Rev. Cornelius J. Gillespie, S. J., Pres., 
17th &. Stiles. 

St. Martin's College of the Church of the 
Evangelists; prep, for poor boys; P. B.; 
est. 1904; Charles Wellington Robinson, 
Pres., 713 Catharine St. 

Taylor Sohool of Business and Shorthand; bus. 
and sten.; est. 1808; Freeman P. Taylor, 
Prin.. 1224 Market St. 

Temple College; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; Bos- 
sell H. Conwell, Prin., N. Broad St. and 

Union Business College; bus. and sten.; 
James M. Lingle, Pres., 1215 Arch St. 

University of Pennsylvania; univ.; state; co- 
ed.; est. 1740; Chas. C. Harrison, LL. D., 
Provost, 4(M) Chesnut. 

University of Pennsylvania, Department of 
Architecture; arch.; co-ed.; est. 1890; 
Warren P. Laird, Dean. 

University of Pennsylvania, Department of 
Dentistry; dent.; men; est. 1878; Ed- 
ward C. Kirk, D. D. S., Dean, 400 Chest- 

University of Pennsylvania, Department of 
Law; law; co-ed.; est. 1790; Wm. Draper 
Lewis. Ph., D., Dean, S. 84th and Chest- 

University of Pennsylvania, Department of 
Medicine; med.; reg.; men; est. 1765; 
Chas. H. Frazler, A. B., M. D., Dean, 
400 Chestnut. 

University of Pennsylvania, Department of 
Veterinary Science; vet.; men; est. 1884; 
Leonard Pearson, Dean, 400 Chestnnt. 

Willlam-Pena Ohartar Sohool; boys' board- 





lug; Friends; Richard M. Jonea, Ph. D., 

Winthrop School; prep.; boys; non-sect.; est. 
1000; John Loman, B. A., Prin., 8929 
Locust St. 

Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania; 
med. ; reg. ; women; est. 1850; Clara 
Marshall, M. D., Dean, College Are. and 
PITT8BUBG, Allegheny Co., pop. 321,616. 

.Alinda College Preparatory School; prep.; 
co-ed.; non-sect.; Hiss Ellen Gordon 
Stuart, Prln., 4605 6th Are. 

Berlitx School of Languages; lang.; est. 1803; 
Richard A. Skalweit, Director. Nixon 

Call's College; bus. and sten.; est. 1001; 
Z. G. Call, M. A., Pres., 204 Sixth St. 

Commercial High School; bus. and sten.; S. 
D. Everhart, Pres. 

Duff's Mercantile College; bus. and sten.; 
WllUam H. Duff, Pres.. 723 Liberty Ave. 

East Liberty Academy; boys' boarding; non- 
sect.; Kev. Emll Lewey, Ph. D., Prln., 

Lady of Mercy Academy; girls' boarding; R. 
C; Sister M. Hilda, Priu., 3401 5th Ave. 

Martin Shorthand School; bu». and sten.; 
H. L. Andrews and J. P. McConahey, 
Pres., Cor. 6th and Liberty Aves. 

Normal Department-Pittsburg High School; 
uorraal; city; co-ed.; C. B. Wood, Prln., 
Cor. Bedford and Fulton Ave. 

Pennsylvamia College for Women; girls' board- 
ing; Presb.; est. 1869; Rev. H. D. Und- 
say, D. D., Pres., 5th Ave. and Wood- 
land Road. 

Pennsylvania Telegraph College; tel.; co-ed.; 
est. 1903; Frank Joy, Gen. Mgr., Lewis 

Pittsburg Academy; prop.; eo-od. ; non-sect.; 
J. Warren Lytle, Prin., 440 0th Ave. 

Pittsburg College of Embalming; emb. ; co- 
ed.; est. 1890; J. Henry Long, Dean, 100 
0th St. 

Pittsburg College of the Holy Ghost; col.; 
men; R. C; est. 1878; Very Rev. U. A. 
Hehlr, Pres., Bluff & Shinglss St. 

Pittsburg College of Pharmacy, Western Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania; phar. ; co-ed.; 
est. 1878; Julius \. Koch, Dean. Perrys- 
viUe Ave, A. 

Pittsburg Dental College, Western University 
of Pennsylvania; d«Mit.; oo-ed.; est. 1880; 
Dr. II. E. Friesell, Dean, Pride & Bluff 

Pittsburg Law School, Western University of 
Pennsylvania; law; men; est. 1800; John 
D. Shufer, Dean, Perrysvillo Ave., A. 

Reno Shorthand and Penmanship School; bus. 
and Hten.; Marsha 11 II. K»-no, Pres., 432 
Wood Ave. 

Shadyside Academy; boys' boardiii}?; non- 
sect.; W. R. Crnbbe, Prln., Morewood and 
Ellsworth Avoa. 

Thurston Preparatory School; jrirls' lionrd- 
ing; non-sect.; Alice M. TliiirMt«»n, Piin.. 

Training School for Children's Librarians; 
library training; non-sc«t.: est. 19<)1; 
Fran<-es Jenkins ()lc«»tt. DinM-tor. 
School's announcement. — Training School 
for Children's Librarians. <-«)iiductcd by 
The Carnegie Library of Pittsburg. Sup- 
ported by Andrew Carnegie. For circulars 

and information, address Mabel A. Froth- 
ingham. Secretary. 

Ursuline Toung Ladies' Academy; girla* board- 
ing; R. C; Sister M. Ursula, Prln., Wine- 
biddle and Pa. Aves. 

Western Pennsylvania Medical College; West- 
em University of Pennsylvania; med.; ^ 
reg.; co-ed.; est. 1885; J. G. Lange. M. 
D., Dean, Breretoo and 30th Sts. 

Woolsey School for Toung Men; prep.; boys; 
non-sect.; est. 1901; Lucius Everett Haw- 
ley, A. M.. Prln., 219 Oakland Ave. 
PLEASANT MOUNT, Wayne Co., pop. 727. 

Pleasant Mount Academy; closed. 
PLYMOUTH MEETING, Montgomery Co., pop. 

Friends School; prep.; co-ed.; Friends; est. 
1855; Benjamin Smith, A. M., President. 
POTTSTOWN, Montgomery Co., pop. 18,696. 

Hill School, The; boys' boarding; non-sect.; 
John Meigs, Prln. 

Pottstown Business College; bus. and sten.; 
F. E. Kelley. Pres. 
POTTSYILLE, Schuylkill Co., pop. 15,710. 

Commercial Union School; bus. and sten.; Q. 
A. Fransue, Pres. 

Hill School; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; est 
1875; Mrs. S. A. Thurlow, Prin. 

Pottsville Business College; bus. and sten.; 
est. 18U5; T. W. Owen, PrincipaL 
PROSPECT, Butler Co., pop. 361. 

Prospect Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
V. A. Green, A. M., Prln. 
REAPING, Berks Co., pop. 78.961. 

Inter State Commercial College; bus. and 
Bten.; H. Y. Stoner, Pres. 

Reading Academy and Business College; bus. 
and sten.; est. 1900; George L. Kleiu- 
glnna. M. E., Ph. B., Prln. 

Reading Classical School for Boys and Girls; 
prep.: co-ed.; non-sect.; S. W. Kerr, Am- 
brose Cort, Prins. 

Schuylkill Seminary; prep.; co-ed.; Evan. A.; 
est. 1881; Rev. W. F. Teel, Ph. M.. Prln. 

Stuart's Private School, Misses; prep.; girls; 
non-sort,; est. 1881; Anna M. Stuart. 
RIEGELSVILLE, Bucks Co., pop. 580. 

Riegelsville Academy; prep.; co-ed.; Re- 
ftrt-mod; est. 1882; Glenn C. Heller, A. M., 
ROSEMONT, Montgomery Co., pop. 859. 

Kirk's School, Misses; girls' boarding; non- 
sect.; The Misses Kirk, Prins. 
ROSE POINT, Lawrence Co., pop. 208. 

Rose Point Academy; prop.; co-ed.; noo-sect.; 
.\n8»m E. Kent. Prln. 
SALTSBURG, Indiana Co.. pop. 828. 

Kiskiminetas Springs School; prep.; boys'; 
boanliiig; non-stct. ; est. 1888; A. W. 
WINim. Jr.. Ph. D.. Prln. 
SANDY LAKE, Mercer Co., pt>p. 032. 

Sandy Lake Institute; prep.; oo-ed.; non-sect.; 
est. 1SJK>; Stanley Lake, Prln. 
SCRANTON, Lackawanna Co., pup. 102.026. 

Anthracite Business College: bus. and sten.; 
est. ll)i>4: C. E. Williams. President. 

Boys' Industrial Association; indust.; boys; 
non-sect.; est. 1899; Henry Holder, Snpt. 





Brjm Xawr School; girls' boarding; non-sect.; 

est. 1896; Miss E. S. Wines. A. M.. Prln. 
Holy Bosary Aoademy; girls* boarding; B. G.; 

est. 18S2; Sisters of Immaculate Heart 

of Mary. 
Lackawanna Business College; bus. and stcn.; 

est. 1001; J. H. Seeley. Principal. 
MerriU's (The Misses) Private School and 

Kindergarten; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; est. 

1870; Miss Bliaseth S. Merrill. Prln. 
Mount St. Mary's Seminary; girls' boarding; 

R. C; est. 1902; Mother M. Cyril. 
St. Cecilia Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; R. 0.; 

Mother M. Cresccntia, Prln. 
St. John's Convent Sehool; prep.; girls; R. C; 

est. 1885; Sister Superior. 
St. John the Baptist Bohool; prep.; co-ed.; 

R. C: est. 1886; Rev. F. Frlcker, Prln. 
St. Thomas CoUere; boys* boarding; R. C; 

Brother F. Andrew, F. S. C, Prln. 
School of the Lackawanna; prep.; co-ed.; 

Prcsb.: T. M. Cann, LL. D., Prln. 
Scranton Business College; bus. and sten.; H. 

D. Buck and A. R. Whitmore, Prests. 

SELINSOBOVE, Snyder Co., pop. 1.326. 
Susquehanna University; col.; co-ed.; Luth.; 
est. 1858; John B. Focht, D. D., Pres. 

BEWICXLEY, Alleghany Co., pop. 3.568. 
Stuart's School, Miss; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; M. A. Munson, Prln. 

SHARON, Mercer Co., pop. 8,916. 
Academy of the Holy Child of Jesus; girls* 

boarding: R. C; est. 1867; Mother M. 

Teresa. Prln. 
Hall Institute; prep.; co-ed.; Bapt.; est. 1888; 

H. C. Hall, D. D., Pres. 
Sharon College of Commerce; bus. ond sten.; 

J. P. Amspokcr. Prln. 

SHIFPENSBXTBG, Cumberland Co., pop. 3.228. 
Cumberland Valley State Normal School; nor- 
mal: state; co-ed.; G. M. D. Eckels. 

SLIPPERY ROCK, Butler Co., pop. 903. 
Slippery Rock State Normal School; normal; 
state; co-ed.; Albert E. Maltby, Ph. D.. 

SOUTH BETHLEHEM, Northampton Co., pop. 

Bishopthorpe Scliool; plrls* boarding; P. E.; 

Miss Francos M. Ruchan, Prln. 
Lehigh University; col.; men; non-sect.; est. 

1866; Thomas M. Drown. LL. D., Pres. 
South Bethlehem Business College; bus. and 

stcn.; W. F. Magoe, Pros. 

SPBING MILLS, Center Co., pop. 347. 

Spring Mills Academy; prep.; co-cd.; est. 
1866; D. M. Wolf. D. D., Prln. 

STATE COLLEGE, Center Co., pop. 851. 

Pennsylvania State College; col.; state; co- 
ed.; est. 1859. 

STEWARTSTOWN, York Co., pop. 573. 
Stewartstown Collegiate Institute; prep.; co- 
ed.; non-sect.; Henry Mace Payne, C. E., 
Ph. D.. Prln. 

SUGAR GROVE, Warren Co., pop. 611. 
Sugar Grove Seminary; prep.; co-ed.; United 
Br.: est. 1882: M. R. Woodland. A. B.. 
SWARTHMORE, Delaware Co., pop. 903. 
Swarthmore College; col.; co-od.; Friends; 

est. 1869; Joseph Swain. LL. D.. Pres. 
Swarthmore Preparatory School; prep.; co-ed.; 
Friends (Hlckslte); Arthur H. Tomlin- 
son, Prln. 

TITUSVnXE, Crawford Co., pop. 8,244. 
St. Joseph's Academy; girls' boarding; R. C; 

est. 1870; Sister Superior, Directress. 
Titusville Business College; bus. and sten.; 
est. 1901; W. J. Cable, Pres. 
TORRESDALE, suburb of PhiladelphU. 
Academy of the Sacred Heart; prep.; co-ed.; 
R. C; Mother Henrietta Spalding. Prln. 

TOWANDA, Bradford Co., pop. 4.663. 

Susquehanna Collegiate Institute; prep.; co- 
ed.; Prcsb.; est. 1852; C. R. Stiles, A. 
B., Pres. 

Towanda Business College; bus. and aten.; 
M. S. Cronk, Pres. 

Douglas College; bus. and ston.; est. 1900; 
Tbos. Mackle and W. Douglas, Principals. 

UNIONTOWN, Fayette Co., pop. 7.344. 
Madison Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
est. 1895; A. M. Van Tine, A. B., Prln. 
UPLAND, Delaware Co., pop. 2.131. 
Croser Theological Seminary; theol.; men; 
Bapt.; est. 1S68: Rev. Henry G. Weston, 
LL. D., President. 

VILLANOVA, Delaware Co., pop. 226. 
Villanova College; col.; men; R. 0.; est. 
1842; Rev. L. A. Delurey, O. S. A. 
VOLANT, Lawrence Co., pop. 120. 
Volant College; col.; co-ed.; non-sect.; est. 
1889; C. F. Ball, A. M., Pres. 

WARREN, Warren Co., pop. 8.043. 

Hoff Busiifess College; bus. and sten.; est. 

1902; I. J. Hoff. Principal. 
Warren Correspondence School; rorrosp. ; bus.; 

est. 1901; C. W. Smith, President. 

WASHINGTON, Washington Co., pop. 7,670. 

Practical Commercial College; bus. and sten.; 
est. 1901; J. M. Frasher. President. 

Trinity Hall; boys' boarding; P. E.; est. 1879; 
William W. Smith, A. M., Rector. 

Washington and Jefferson College; col.; men; 
Prcsb.; est. 1802; Rev. James D. Moffatt. 
D. D., LL. D.. Pres. 

Washington Business College; bus. and sten.; 
Louis Van Orden. Pres. 

Washington Female Seminary; girls* board- 
ing: non-sect.; Mrs. Martha N. McMil- 
lan. Prln. 

WAYNE, Delaware Co., pop. 3,000. 

Armitage Preparatory School; girls* board- 
ing: non-sort.: Harriet 0. Armitage. Prln. 
St. Luke's School; boys' boarding; P. B.; 
est. 1863; Charles H. Strout, A. M., Head 
WAYNESBURG, Greene Co., pop. 2,644. 




Waynesburg BusinesB College; bus. und sten. ; 

H. E. Ilariu'M, Pres. 
Waynesburg College; tol. ; co-od.; Clmb. 

Presb.; est. isr*l; A. F. Lt'wis, A. M., 

Ph. D., President. 
WEST BETHLEHEM, Lehigh Co., pup. 3.466. 
Bethlemen Preparatory School; prep.; boys; 

P. E.; est. 1878; II. A. Foering, B. S., 

WEST CHEbTEB, Chester Co., iK)p. U.524. 
Churoh Street Friends' School; prep.; boys; 

Friends (orthcNlox); est. 1852; Gertrude 

Rhouds, Prln. 
Darlington Seminary; girls' bonrdlug; non 

Heet. ; est. IS."*!; Frank Pa\ton Bye. Prln 
Fontgarth Hall; iz\r\A' b4>urdlnK; non-sect.; est. 

1S»7; Mary K. S. Smith. A. M.. Prln. 
Friends' School; prep.; r«>-rd. ; Friends (or- 

tiiodux); e«t. 1h:u>; A»»lj:nll JMcksini. Prln. 
Villa Maria Academy; trlrls' btiardin^'; H. C; 

est. 1.S72: MotlitT SniMM'inr. 
Westchester Business College; \mn. and sten. 

• J. B. Martin. Pres. 
West Chester State Normal School; normal 

state; ei.-ed. ; (J. .M. Philips. Ph. I).. Pres, 
WEST NEWTON, Westmoreland Co., pop. 2, 

West Newton Academy; pn'p. ; co-cd. ; uon- 

seet. ; S. S. (Jressiy, 11. V. S., Prln. 
WEST SUNBURY, Butler Co., pop. lir>4. 

West Sunbury Academy; pn-p. ; co-ed.; nou- 

seet.; est. 1S.S4; Vennis A. (ireen, A. 

M.. Prln. 
WESTTOWN, Chester Co., in.p. IKi. 

Westtown Boarding School; prci). ; eoH'd. ; 


Friends (orthodox); est. 1790; WilUam F. 
Wickersham. Prln. 

WILKE8BABBE, Luzeme Co., pop. 51,721. 

Atlantic School of Osteopathy; osteop.; eat. 
18UU; H. S. Ilcwish, M. D., B. S.. D. 0., 

Harry Hillman Aoademy; boys* boarding; non- 
seet.; Ilorry C. Davis, Prln. 

Wilkes-Barre Business College; bus. and sten.; 
est. 1800; F. M. Allen, Pres., H. O. Mil- 
ler, Prln. 

WILLLAM80N SCHOOL, DeUware Co., pop. 70. 
Williamson Free School of Mechanical Tradaa; 
tech.; men; est. 1888; non-sect.; John M. 
Shrigley, Pres. 

WILLIAMSPOBT, Lycoming Co., pop. 28,767. 

Boys' Industrial School; indust.; boys; non- 
sect.; est. 18JW*; Rev. T. P. S. Wilwn, 

Potts Shorthand CoUege; sten.; est. 18S2: 
John G. Hendersun, Prln. 

Williamsport Commercial CoUaffe; bus. and 
sten.; Heuley &. Tuiub. Pres. 

Williamsport Dickinson Seminary; prep.; co- 
ed.; M. E.; Uev. WllUam Perry Eve- 
land, Ph. 1)., Pres. 
WYNCOTE, Montgomery Co., pop. 311. 

est. 1872; Miss Ueorgiuna L. Martin, 
YORK, York Co,, pop. 33.7c»8. 

York Collegiate Institute; prep.; co-ed.; 
Presb.; E. T. Jeffers. I). D., Prln. 

York County Academy; boys* boarding; non- 
sect.; Elmer E. Wentworth, Prln. 


Population, 428,556. School census, 105,950. School age, 5-15. 

Rhode Island is the thirty-fourth state of the Union in point of population, 
having a total of 428,556 inhabitants, of whom 419,050, or 97.8, per cent, are white. 
Of this number, 133,772, or 31.2 per cent, are foreign born. The percentage of 
illiterac)* of the entire population is 8.4 per cent, the state ranking thirtieth in this 
respect. The educational system of th^i state is as follows : 


Thomas B. Stock well. State Commissioner of Schools Providence 


Gov. George H. Utter, President Westerly 

LiEUT.-Gov. Frederick H. Jackson Providence 

Samuel W. K. Allen East Greenwich 

George T. Baker , Drownville 

Frank Hill , Ashaway 

John E. Kendrick Providence 

Frank E. Thompson Newport 

Rev. Charles J. White, D. D Woonsocket 


Walter H. Small, President Providence 

Isaac O. Winslow, Secretary Providence 

John F. Deering, Assistant Secretary Arctic 

Sidney A. Sherman, Treasurer Providence 

Reuben F. Randall, Assistant Treasurer Providence 

Frederick E. Bragdon, Assistant Treasurer Lonsdale 

Rhode Island has no county superintendents of schools, but has instead what 
is called the "town system" of school supervision, each city, or, in some cases, 
where the towns are small, a group of towns, having its individual superintendent 
of schools. 


BARRINGTON, Bristol Co., pop. 1.135. roanajrement without sectarian bias. A 

St. Andrew's Industrial School; industrial; 
boys': Rev. William M. Cbapin. Prln. 
EAST GREENWICH, Kent Co., pop. 2.776. 
East Greenwich Academy, The; prep.; co-ed.; 
M. E.; est. 18(»2; Rev. Lyman O. Horton, 

School's announcement. — A boarding 
school for both sexes under Methodist 

faculty of fourteen competent Instructors. 
A variety of courses including college, 
preparatory, academic, commercial, music, 
art and elocution. Social life of an ideal 
family. Special attention to manners and 
morals. Pupils are individualised; the 





backward arc stlmulutod. Location most 
hpaltbful on the famous Narragnnsott 
Bay. Price very low. $225 per year cover- 
ing necessary expenses. No school in 
the United States offers more for so 
small an outlay. Opportunity for self- 
EAST FKOVIDENCE, Providence Co., pop. 

St. Mary's Seminary; girls' boarding; B. C; 
Mother M. Bernard, Superior. 
KIVOSTOK, Wathinfton Co., pop. 550. 

Rhode Island College of Agriculture and 
Mechanic Arts; agri.; co-ed.; est. 1890; 
Kenyon L. Butterfleld, A. M., Pres. 

Cloyne House School; boys* boarding; P. E. ; 
est. 1896; Oliver Whipple Huntington, 
Ph. D., Head Master. 
MIDDLETOWN. Newport Co., pop. 1,467. 

St. George's School; boys* boarding; P. E. ; 
est. 1890; John B. Dluman, A. B., A. M.. 
VEWFOBT, Newport Co., pop. 22.034. 

Cloyne House; prep.; boys*; Oliver Whipple 
Huntington, Prin. 

Marsh's Select School, Mrs.; girls'; prep.; 
Mrs. Mary S. W. Marsh. Prin. 

Bayer's School, Miss; prep.; girls'; Miss Mary 
A. Sayer, Prin. 
PAWTUCKET, ProTidence Co., pop. 39.231. 

English and Classical School; prep.; co-ed.; 
non-sect.; Chas. A. Cole. Prin. 

Xinyon's Commercial School; bus. and sten. ; 
W. H. Kinyon, Prin. 

PEACEDALE, Washington Co., p(^p. 1.000. 
South Kingston High School; prep.; co-ed.; 

Louis A. Reese, A. M.. Principal. 
PBOVIDENCE, Providence Co., pop. 17.').597. 
Academy of the Sacred Heart; girls' board- 
ing; R. C; Madame Raleigh. Prin. 
Bronscn's School, The Misses; prep.; girls'; 

Cornelia C. Bronson and Caroline A. 

Bronson. Principals. 
Brown School for Boys; prep.; boys'; MIhs A. 

eKtchum, Prin. 
Brown University; unlv.; co-ed.; Bnpt. ; est. 

1764; Rev. Wm. Herbert Perry Fauuce, 

D. D.. Pres. 
Bryant-Stratton Business College; bus. and 

sten.; Theodore B. Stowell. Prin. 

Fielden Chase School for Oirla, The; girls* 
boarding; non-sect.; Miss Abbie E. South- 
wick. Prin. 

Friends School; prep.; co-ed.; Friends; est. 
1784; Augustine Jones, A. M., LL. B., 

Holdens' Private School, Miss; prep.; girls'; 
Miss Abby F. Holden. Prin. 

La Salle Academy; boys' boarding; R. G. ; 
Brother Peter. Prin. 

Lincoln School, The; girls' boarding; non- 
sect.; Margaret Oilman. Prin. 

Max Magnus Shorthand School, The; stcn.; 
co-ed.; Max Magnus. Prin. 

Moses Brown School; prep.; co-ed.; est. 1819; 
Seth K. Gifford, Ph. D.. Principal. 

Rhode Island Commercial School; bus. and 
sten.; est. 1900; Adelbert S. Hcancz, Prin- 

Rhode Island College of Pharmacy und Al- 
lied Sciences; phar. ; co-ed.; est. 1902; 
I':dwlii E. Colder. Dean. 

Rhode Island Normal School; normal; state; 
co-ed.: Charles S. Chapin. Pres. 

Rhode Island School of Design; art.; co-ed.; 
est. 1877; pneazer B. Homer, S. B., 

St. Xavier's Academy; girls' boarding; R. C; 
Sister M. Eudill!i. Prin. 

ITniversity School, The; boys' day; non-sect.; 
H. M. Rice. Prin. 

Wheeler's School, Miss: girls' boarding; non- 
sect.; Mary C. Wheeler, Prin. 
RIVERSIDE, Providence Co., pop. 1,271. 

Flagg's School; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; E. C. 
. M. Flagg, Prin. 
SCITUATE, Providence Co., i»op. 3,361. 

Pentecostal Collegiate Institute; prep.; co- 
ed.; Walter C. King, Pies. 
WESTERLY, Washington Co., pop. 7.541. 

Pendleton's School, Miss; prep.; girls; Anna 
Saylcs Pendleton, Prin. 

Westerly Business College; bus. and sten.; 
est. 1S97; George La Munyon. Principal. 
WOONSOCKET, Providence Co., pop. 28,204. 

Convent of Jesus and Mary; girls' boarding; 
R. C; Mt.ther St. Stephen. 

Sacred Heart College; boys* boarding; R. C: 
Brother Ulrlc. Prin. 

Woonsocket Business University: bus. and 
Hten.: est. IRl*"; AllM-rt .T. Park, Prin. 
and Prop. 


Population, 1,340,316. School census, 478,480. School age, 6-21. 

South Carolina is the twenty-fourth state of the Union in point of population, 
having a total of 1,340,316 inhabitants, of whom 557,807, or 41.6 per cent, are white. 
Of this number 5,371, or .4 per cent, are foreign born. The percentage of illiteracy 
of the entire population is 35.9 per cent, the state ranking forty-ninth in this re- 
spect. The educational system of the state is as follows : 


Governor D. C. Hey ward, ex-oflicio. Chairman Columbia 

O. B. Martin, State Superintendent of Education Columbia 

W. H. Barton, Chief Clerk Columbia 

O. B. Martin. State Superintendent of Education, ex-officio, Secretary. .Columbia 

W. K. Tate. First District Charleston 

J. E. BoLAND, Seco?id District Graniteville 

D. W. Daniel. Third District Due West 

A. G. Rembert, Fourth District Greenville 

A. R. Banks, Fifth District Lancaster 

H. M. Ayer, Sixth District Marion 

A. J. Thackston, Seventh District Williamstown 


County. SniHMintondont's Name. Address. County. 

Abbeville Frank C. DuPre Aiken 89,082 

Aiken A. W. Sanders Abbeville «3,400 

Anderson R. B. Nicholson Monck's Corner J{u,454 

Bamberg R. W. D. Rowell Charleston 88,006 

Barnwell B. M. Darlington Bamberg 17.296 

Beaufort B. H. Boyd Barnwell 36.604 

Berkeley Charles W. Sanders Anderson 66,722 

Charleston E. P- Waring Beaufort 86.496 

Cherokee J. I>. Walker Gaffney 21,359 

Thester W. D. Knox Chester 28,616 

Chesterfield Kirby Rivers Chesterfield 20.4«1 

Clarendon S. P. Holladay Manning Z8,1X4 

Colleton H. A. Crosby Walterboro 33,462 

Darlington Henry C. Burn Darlington 32.388 

Dorchester T. P. Minus Georges 16.294 

Edgefield William A. Byrd Edgefield 25.47« 

Fairfield D. 1j. Stevenson Winnsboro 29,426 

Florence A. II. Gasque Florence 28.474 

Georgetown Josiah Doar Georgetown 22.846 

Greenville James B. Davis Greenville 63,490 

Greenwood James Rodgers Greenwood 28,343 

Hampton S. J. Fitts Hampton 23,738 






Pop. of 

Gonnty. Superintendent's Name. 

aorry B. V. Best .Conway 23,364 

Kershaw W. B. Turner j^mden 24,686 

Lancaster W. M. Moore Lancaster 24,311 

Laurens R. W. Nash Laurens 37,382 

Lee McDonald Davis .^ishopville 

Lexington J. E, R. Kyser Lexington 27,264 

Marlon James R. Williams Marlon 36,181 

Marlboro W. L. Stanton Bennettsville 27,639 

Newberry J. S. Wheeler Newberry 90,182 

Oconee J. S. CoUey Walhalla 23,634 

Orangeburg S. R. Mellichamp Orangeburg 59,663 

Pickens Richard T. Hallum Pickens 19,375 

Richland E. B. Wallace Columbia 45,589 

Saluda B. P. Sample Baluda 18,966 

Spartanburg E. C. Elmore Spartanburg 65,560 

Sumter S. D. Cain Sumter 51,237 

Union D. B. Fant Union 25,501 

Williamsburg William Cooper Kingslree 31,685 

York John E. Carroll Yorkville 41,684 


ABBEVILLE, Abbeville Co., pop. 8766. 
Harbison CoUofe; (colored); prep.; Thomas 
H. Amos. Pres. 

ASHLAND, Darlington Co., pop. 40. 
AtUand High Sohool; prep.; co-ed.; 7th D. 
AdT.; P. P. Bethea, Prin. 

BAXBEBO, Bamberg Co., pop. 1,533. 

Carlisle Fitting Sohool of Wofford College; 
prep.; co-ed.; M. B.; W. E. Willis, Prin. 
BATE8BUB6, Lexington Co., pop. 071. 

Batesburg Institute; prep.: co-ed.; non-sect.; 
Louis C. Perry. A. M., Prin. 
BEAXTFOBT, Beaufort Co., pop. 4110. 

Beaufort College School; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; est. 1830; Lueco Gunter, M. A., 
BBOWKBVILLE, Marlboro Co., pop. 43. 

BrownsTiUe High School; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; R. D. Epps, Prin. 
CAMDEK, Kershaw Co., pop. 2441. 

Xather Academy; prep.; co-ed.; M. E.; est. 
1886; Miss Francis V. Russell. Prin. 
OHABLESTOK, Charleston Co., pop. 66,807. 

Academy of Our Lady of Mercy; girls' board- 
ing; B. C; Sister Mary Benedicta, Prin. 

Avery Kormal Institute; normal; private; co- 
ed.; Cong.; est. 1865; Morrison A. 
Holmes. A. M., Pres. 

Charleston Mercantile School; bus. and sten. ; 
Maisle J. Bcrgmann, Pres. 

Charleston University School; boys' boarding; 
non-sect.: est. 1882; Edward F. Mayberry, 
M. A.. Prin. 

College of Charleston; col.: city; men: est. 
1701; Harrison Uaiidolpb. Ph. D., Pros. 

Qibbes School, The; plrls' boardliifr: P. E.; 
Misses S. P. and E. S. Gl]»bos, Prlns. 

Medical College of the SUte of South Caro- 
lina; mod.; reg. : oo-ed. ; oat. 1823; Fran- 
cis L. Parker. M, D.. Dean. 

Medical College of the State of South Care- 
lina. College of Pharmacy: pbar; men; 
Francis L. Parker, Dean. 

Porter Military Academy, The; mlltary; non- 

sect.; Charles J. Colcock, Supt. 

Smith's Private School, Mrs.; girls' boarding; 
non-sect.; Mrs. Isabel A. Smith, Prin. 

South Carolina Military Academy; military; 
boys; non-sect.; est. 1842; Asbury Coward. 
LL. D., Supt. 

Stokes' Business College; bus. and sten.; A. 
L. Stokes, Pres. 

Wallingford Academy (colored); normal; pri- 
vate; co-ed.; est. 1868; Rev. David 
Brown, D. D.. Pres. 

Y. M. C. A. Night Sohool; bus. and sten. 
OHEBAW, Chesterfield Co.. pop. 1151. 

Coullers School (colored); prep.; co-ed.; 
Presb.; est. 1883; Rev. A. C. Johnson. 
A. B., Prin. 
CHESTEB, Chester Co., pop. 4,076. 

Brainerd Institute (colored^; prep.; oo-ed.; 
Presb.; John S. Marquis. Prin. 
CLEMSON COLLEGE, Oconee Co., pop. 120. 

Clemson Agricultural College; agri.; state; 
men: est. 1889; P. H. Mell, M. E.. Ph. 
D., Pres. 
CLINTON, Laurens Co., pop. 1.860. 

Presbyterian College of South Carolina; col.; 
co-ed.; Presb.; est. 1880; A. E. Spencer, 

Thomwell Orphanage; prep.: co-ed.; for needy 
orphans; Wm. P. Jacobs. D. D., Pres. 
COKESBdRY, Greenwood Co., pop. 304. 

Cokesbury Conference School; prep.; co-ed.; 
Meth.; est. 1834; G. «. Dukes. Prin. 
COLTTMBIA, Richland Co., pop. 21,108. 

Allen University (colored); col.; co-ed.; A. 
M. E.; est. ISSO; William Decker John- 
win, D. I).. Ph. I).. President. 
School's announcement. — The regular school 
y<'ar is from October third to June third. 
Tlio Institution Is devoted to the train- 
ing: of Negro y»»uth. Departments are as 
follfiws: rolli-jre. Tlieoloplcal. Law, Nor- 
mal. Mu«l<*. Grammar SfluMil, Primary, 
Printing and other Industries for men; 
dress-making and other industries foi 
women. From $6.<H) to $8.00 per month 





pays all expenses for board, etc., on the 

campus or in private families. 
Benedict CoUefe; prep.; co-ed.; Bapt.; Abra- 
ham C. Osborn, Pres. 
ColumU* Business College; closed. 
Columbia Female College; girls' boarding; M. 

E. So.; est. 1859; Rot. W. W. Daniel. 

D. D., Prln. 
Draughon's Practical Business College; bus. 

and sten.; J. F. Draoghon, Pres. 
Xaof eats' Business College; bus. and sten.; 

W. H. Macfeats, Pres. 
Presbyterian College for Women; girls' 

boarding; Presb.; est. 1890; Euphcmla 

McCUntock, A. B., Prln. 
South Carolina College; nnlv.; co-ed.; state; 

est. 1805; Benjamin Sloan. M. A., Pres. 
South Carolina College, Department of Law; 

law; men; est. 1884; Joseph D. Pope, 

A. M., LL. D., Dean. 
DVEWLST. Abbeville Co., pop. 631. 
Due West Female College; girls' boarding; 

A. R. Presb.; est. 1859; James Boyce, 

£rskine College; col.; co-ed.; A. R. Presb.; 

est. 1839; Rev. F. T. Pressley, D. D., 

FB06M0BE, Beaufort Co., pop. 85. 
Penn Normal, Industrial and Agricultural 

School (colored); normal; private; co-ed.; 

Ellen Murray, Prln. 
OAFFNEY, Cherokee Co., pop. 8.937. 
Gaffney High School; prep.; co-ed.; Presb.; 

S. A. Chambers, Prln. 
Limestone College; girls' boarding; BapL; 

est. 1845; L. D. Lodge, Prln. 
GBEENVILLE, Greenville Co., pop. 11,860. 
Chicora College; girls' boarding; non-sect; S. 

R. Preston, D. D., Prin. 
Furman University; col.; men; Bapt.; est. 

1852; Edwin M. Poteal, D. D.. Pros. 
Greenville College for Women; girls* board- 
ing; non-sect.; est. 1}>94; A. S. Townes. 

Greenville Female College; girls' boarding 

Bapt.; est. 1854; E. C. JaiPes. Lltt. D., 

Sterling Industrial College; prpp.; co-ed.; 

Bapt.; est. 1854; E. H. Murfee. Prln. 
GREENWOOD, Greenwood Co., pop. 4.824. 
Brewer Normal School; normal; private; co- 
ed.; Rev. J. M. Robinson. Ires. 
Lauder College; girls' boarding; *l. E. So.; 

est. 1872; Rev. John Owens \^llson. D. 

D., President. 
HABTSVILLE, Darlington Co., pop. 104. 
Welsh Neck High School; prep, non-sect.; 

J. W. Gaines, Prin. 
;ION£A PATH, Anderson Co,, pop. 17. 
Honea Path School; prep.; co-ed.; Rapt.; J. 

J. McLewain. Prin. 
KEBSHAW, Lancaster Co., pop. 62'f 
Union Institute; prop.; co-ed.; non-sect.; est. 

1895: Prof. F. D. Sims. 
LANCASTER, Lancaster Co., pop. 1. <77. 
Lancaster Normal and Industrial Ins.itute; 

normal; private; co-ed. 
LEESVILLE, Lexington Co., pop ^38. 
Leesville College: col.; co-ed.: non-sect.: est. 

1890; L. B. Haynes. A. B., A. M., Pre.. 
McCOLL, Marlboro Co., pop. 1,311. 

Palmetto High School; prep.; co^^.; non- 
sect.; est. 1880; John A. Thackston, A. 
B., Prln. 
NEWBERRY, Newberry Co,, pop. 4,607. 

Newberry College; col.; co-ed.; Luth.; est. 
1850; Rev. J. A. B. Scherer, Ph. D.. 
Ptm. , 

Utopia Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
J. M. Blcliley. A. B., Prln. 
ORANGEBURG, Orangeburg Co., pop. 4,455. 

Clafflin University (colored) ; col. ; co-ed. ; M. 
E.; est. 1869; Rev. L. M. Dunton, D. D., 

Normal, Industrial and Mechanical College 
of S. C. ; (colored); nor. and Indust. ; 
co-ed.; state; est. 1896; Thomas B. Mil- 
ler, A. B.. A. M., LL. D., Pres. 
PINOPOLIS, Berkeley Co., pop. 67. 

Pinopolis Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.: 
D. M. ODriscoU, Prln. 
POMARIA, Newberry Co., pop. 146. 

Rutherford Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
est. 18S9; John J. Kibler, A. B., Prln. 
PROSPERITY, Newberry Co., pop. 592. 

Oneall Academy; prop.; co-ed.; non-sect.; est. 
1882; Thomas M. Mills, M. A., PHn. 
BEIDVILLE, Spartanburg Co., pop. 167. 

Reidville High School for Girls; prep.; girls'; 
Presb.; est. 1857; J. Whltner Reld, A. 
B.; Prln. 

BeidviUe Male College; boys' boarding; non- 
sect.; George Brlggs. Prln. 
ROCK HILL, York Co.; pop. 5.485. 

Catawba Male Academy; boys; mil.; non- 
sect.; est. 1903; Daniel J. Brlmm, A. B.. 
A. M., D. 1).. Prln. 

Presbyterian High School; prep.; co-ed.; 
Presb.; A. K. Banks. Prln. 

Sumter Institute; closed. 

Winthrop Normal and Industrial College; 
normal; women; state; est. 1880. 
D. B. Johnson, A. B.. A. M., LL. D., 

School's announcement. — Fourteen courses: 
Normal (5). Latin. .'^•■lentUio, Literary. 
StiMwtgrapliy, Milliin-ry. Dressmaking. 
Bookk('(?i)iiijr. Mnsii«-. Kindergarten. In- 
dustrial Studies. Detn-es: B. A.. L. I.. 
M. A. Forty-six oflkera. teachers, ond 
assistants. 480 pnplis. P^xpenses of ses- 
sion of nine niontlis, $6o to $144. Ses- 
sion begins Sept<Miiber. 
itfPARTANBURG, Spartanburg Co., pop. 11,395 

Converse Businei?s College; bus. and sten.; 
est. ixjn; BenJ. W. (Jetslnger, Principol. 

Converse College; plrla' -boarding; non-sect.; 
est. lS«)i); RoJ.Prt P. Pell. Pres. 

Woflford College; col.; co-ed.; M. E. So.; est. 
isr»4: II. N, Snyder, Pres. 
SUMTER, Sumter Co., pop. 5.673. 

St. Joseph's Academy; plrls' boarding; R. C; 
«'Mt. IMJL': Slst«'r M. llaphael, Directress. 
TATUM STATION, Morlboro Co., pop. 200. 

Lumber Bridge Academy; pr4>p. ; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; est. 1850; E. D. Easterllng. A. B. 




TIGEBVILLE, OreenTille Co., pop. 86. 
Korth Oreonville High Bohool; i»'ep.; co-ed.; 
Bapt.; O. J. Peterson, Prln. 
UKIOK, Union Co., pop. 6,400. 
Clifford Seminary; girls' boarding; Presb.; 
est. 1881: Rev. B. G. CUfford, Ph. D., 
D. D.. Prln. 


WALHALLA, Ooonee Co., pop. 1.807. 
MoColloogh's Bohool, Miss; prep.; co-ed.; B. 
P.; Ida McGolloogh. Prln. 
WTT.TJAM8T0H, Anderson Co., pop. 901. 
Willi&mston Fem&le College; ^la* boarding; 
M. B. So.; eat. 1872; G. S. Goodglon. 


Population, 401,520. School cen;5us, 132,510. School age, 6-21. 
South Dakota is the thirty-seventh state of the Union in point of population, 
having a total of 401,520 inhabitants, of whom 380,714, or 94.8 per cent, are white. 
Of this number, 88,329, or 22 per cent, are foreign born. The percentage of illit- 
eracy of the entire population is 5 per cent, the state ranking seventeenth in this 
respect. The educational system of the state is as follows: 


M. M. Ramer, Superintendent of Public Instruction Pierrfr 

M. A. Lange, Deputy Pierre 


Ivan W. Goodner, President, Pierre Term expires Jan. i, 1907 

R. M. Slocum, Herreid Term expires Jan. i, 1907 

Frederick A. Spafford, Flandreau Term expires Jan. i, 1909 

A. W. Burtt, Huron Term expires Jan. i, 1909 

M. F. Greeley, Gary Term expires Jan. i, 1911 

I. D. Aldrich, Secretary Big Stone 


H. E. French, President Elk Point 

J. Jones, Jr., Secretary Mieler 


M. M. Raymer, President Mitchell 

J. Fred Olander, Corresponding Secretary Brookings 

J. V. Murphy, Treasurer Hartford 

Mrs. j. Jones, Jr., Recording Secretary Vermilion 


Coanty. Superintendent's Name. Address. County. 

Aurora B. F. Scott White Lake ... 4,011 

Beadle Lawrence Dubois Huron 8,081 

Bon Homme W L.Robinson Tyndall 10,379 

Brookings J. F. Olander Brookings 12,661 

Brown W. F. Eddy Aberdeen 15,286 

Brule Myrtle B. Farmer Chamberlain 6,401 

Buffalo <^ T T.vo Gann Valley 1,790 

Butte Emma Wood Belle Fourche 2,907 

Campbell John Hlrning Mound City 4,627 

Charles Mix Mrs. Olivia Herron Geddes 8,498 

Clark Hattle Pickles Clark 6.942 

Clay E. E.Collins Vermillion 9,816 

Codington A. H. Barnard W^atertown 8,770 

Custer Anny Gurney Custer 2,728 

Davison E. J. Quigley Mitchell 7,483 

Day J. H. Hetley Webster 12,264 

Deuel Rosa Moen Clear Lake 6,657 

Douglas J. W. Addie Armour 5,012 

BSdmunds .janette W. Lewis Ipswich 4,916 





Couutj. StiiM.'rliiUi.du.c'8 Name. AddreitP 

t^all River May Rich Hot Springs 

Faulk S. S. Strachan Faulkton 

Grant A. S. Raberge Milbank 

Gregory Sadie Shivcfc Fairfax 

Hand H. R. Fross Miller 

Hanson F. P. Saunders Alexandria 

Hamlin C. T. King Bryant 

Hughes Itiiv I*. Hatch Pierre 

Hutchinson Chaa. H. Lugg Parkston 

Hyde Wm. N. Van Camp Highmore , 

Jerauld W. B. Wilson Wessington Springs 

Kingsbury C. E. Swanson DeSmet 

L.ake K. F. Krueger Madison 

Lawrence Florence Glenn Deadwood 

Lyman f. J. Anderson... Oacoma 

Lincoln Goo. H. Dean Canton 

Marshall Kva M. Richardson Eritton 

McCook O. W.Young Salem 

McPherson Fred Hllgeman p]ureka 

Meade .M:irie Gore Sturgis 

Miner J- Ei. Best Howard 

Minnehaha M. A. Ustrud Sioux Falls* 

Moody May Farrell Flandreau 

Pennington Kstella McMahon Rapid City 

Potter Edna M. Benstcr Gettysburg 

Roberts O. H. Jones Sisseton 

Sanborn Hoyt Hunter Woonsocket 

Spink F. L. Ransom Redfleld 

Stanley Airs. M. L. Meed Ft. Pierre 

Sullv Jossie 1j. Livingstone Onlda 

Turner L. Nochtigall Parker 

TTnion IT. E. French Elk Point 

Walworth \. T. ORilly Bangor 

Vankton G. G. Wanzlaflf "Xankton 

rup. o« 
... S.641 
.... 3,54? 
... 9.102 
... 2.211 
.... 4.5a& 
... 4.94. 
... 5.945 
.... 3.684 
... 1,492 
... 2.798 
... 9.806 
... 9.137 
... 2,632 
... 5.91? 
... 8.689 
... 6,327 
... 4.907 
... 5.864 
... 8.326 
. . 5.610 

. 4.4M 
. 9.487 
. 1.S41 
. 1.711 
. 3.839 


ABERDEEN. Brown Co.. ix»p. 4.0R7. 

Granger Business School; bus. aud sten.; F. 

E. (Jran>r<'r. Prln. 
Northern State Normal and Industrial 

School; nor. nitd induRt.; co-i'd.; state; 

O. W. Nnslj. I'rrs. 
Presentation Academy: pnp. -. R. (\. Mother 

Mary Josoph. 
Way's School; btis. and sten.; n. A. Way. 

ACADEMY, Charlex Mix Co.. 'nip. 11. "i. 

Ward Academy; prop.; <<i.i<;. : roup.: Lewis 

E. CnmlU'ld. Prln. 
BROOKINGS. Brookings Co., p..p. 2..3l(5. 

South Dakota Afrricultural Collef^e; uffr. ; 

stiit«?; (•(»-cd.; rst. ISSJ; Kolifrt L. SluRle, 

South Dakota Agricultural College, Depart- 

mcnt of P'armacy; : ro-ed. ; ost. 

IvSSn; B. T. Wltitthojul. Draij. 

CANTON, Lincoln Co., p. .p. 1.043. 

Augustana College; prep.; co-ed.; Lnth.; An- 

tlioiiy (J. Tuvf. Prln. 
Chamberlain Indian Industrial School; (lov't. 

s.'h.M.l f..r Ii,.ll:iiis: ro-,!'.: est. ISim; John 
riiiin. Supt. 

FREEMAN, Hutchinson Co., pop. .'>25. 
Freeman College; ool. ; co-od.; Meunoulte; J. 
R. Tlorstfln, Pri-s. 

GOODWILL. Boberti Co. 

co-ed. ; 

Goodwill Training School; prep.; 
DuTid E. Evans. Supt. 
HXIRON, Beadle Co.. pop. 2.793. 
Huron Business College; bus. and sten.; G. 

M. Lynch, principal. 
Huron College; col.; oo-eu.; Presb.; oit. 1883; 
Rpv. CalTln H. French. Pres. 
MADISON, Lake Co., pop. 2.550. 
Madison State Normal School; normal; itate; 
co-ed.; J. W. Heston. Pres. 
MILBANK, Grant Co., pop. 1426. 

St. Lawrence's School; prep.; co-c4.; J. L. 
Wolf. Supt. 
MITCHELL, Davison Co., pop. 4,055. 
Dakota University; eol. : co-ed.; M. B.; eet. 
1.SS5; R'V. Tbomns Nicholson. D. D., 
Mitchell Business College: bus. ond aten.; est. 
isin ; Dr. Th«»ma8 Nicholson, Preiident. 
PTERRE, Hughes Co.. pop. 2.306. 

Indian Industrial School; Gov't, school for 
Indinf.*: 4-o-ed. ; est. \hSQ\ J. C. Leven* 
Uord. Supt. 
RAPID CITY. Pennington Co., pop. 1,842. 
South Dakota State School of Mines; mln.; 
state: co-ed.; est. 1886; Chaa. H. Fal- 
ton. E. M., President. 

REBFIELD, Spink Co.. pop. 1.015. 
Bedfteld College; col.; co-ed.; Ooof.; est. 
1887; Rev. Herman Sell. Preddent. 





810 VZ FALLS, Mlnehaha Co., pop. 10.286. 
All Saints' School; girls' boarding; P. B.; 

est. 1885; Helen S. Peabodjr, Principal. 
Lutheran Normal School; normal; private; co* 

ed.; A. Mikkelson, Pres. 
Sioux Falls Business CoUege; bus. and sten.; 

O. C. Christophprson, Pres. 
Sioux Falls TTniversity; univ.; co-ed.; Bant.: 

est. 1883; Edward F. Jorden. President. 

BPEABFISH, Lawrence Co., pop. 1.166. 
State Kormal School; normal; state; co-ed.; 
P. L. Cook, Pres. 

BPAIHQFIELD, Bonhomme Co., pop. S2S. 
Indian Training School; government school for 

Indians; Walter J. Wicks. Supt. 
State Kormal School; normal; state; co-ed.; 

est. 1887; J. S. Frasee. A. M.. Pres. 

8TVBOIS, Meade Co.. pop. 1.100. 
St. Martin's Academy; prep.; co-ed.; B. C; 
Motiier Angeta, Prln. 

7BBMILI0K, CU7 Co., pop. 2.188. 
St. Joseph's Academy; prep.; co-ed.; B. C; 

Sister M. Stanislaus. Prin. 
University of South Dakota; univ.; state.; 
co-ed.; est. 1882: Garrett Droppers. Pres. 
WATEBTOWK, Codington Co., pop. 3.862. 
Watertown Commercial College; bus. and 
sten.; D. T. Walker, Pres. 
WEBSTEB, Day Co., pop. 1.S06. 
St. Otto's School; prep.; co-ed.; Henry Men- 
sing, Principsl. 
WESSIKGTOK SPBINOS, Jerauld Co., pop. 820. 
Wessington Springs Seminary; prep.; co-ed.; 
Free Meth.; est. 1887; D. J. Brenneman. 
YAKXTOH, Tankton Co., pop. 4.125. 
White's Buainess College; bus. and sten.; eat. 

1903; AUce White. Principal. 
Tankton College: col.; co-ed.; Cong.; eat. 
1881; Rev. Henry K. Warren. A. M.. 


Population, 2,020,616. School census, 653,845. School age, 6-21. 

Tennessee is the fourteenth state of the Union in point of population, having a 
total of 2,020,616 inhabitants, of whom 1,540,186, or 76.2 per cent, are white. Of this 
number, 17,586, or .9 per cent, are foreign bom. The percentage of illiteracy of the 
entire population is 20.7 per cent, the state ranking fortieth in this respect The 
educational system of the state is as follows: 


Seymour A. Mynders, Superintendent of Public Instruction Nashville 

RuTLEDGE Smith, Chief Clerk Nashville 


Gov. James B. Frazier, President Nashville 

SuPT. Seymour A. Mynders, Secretary Nashville 

Hon. H. D. Huffaker Chattanooga 

SupT. P. L. Harned Clarksville 

Capt. C. S. Douglass Gallatin 

Prof. J. L. Brooks Jackson 

Prof. Wharton S. Jones .- Memphis 

Dr. J. H. KiRKLAND Nashville 


Gov. Jas. B. Frazier, Chairman Nashville 

Sup. Seymour A. Mynders, Secretary Nashville 

Hon. H. D. Huffaker Chattanooga 

SuPT. P. L. Harned Qarksville 

Dr. J. H. KiRKLAND Nashville 


R. L. Jones, President Chattanooga 

C. B. Ijams, First Vice-President Henderson 

L. G. Acree. Second Vice-President Snyder 

S. H. Prottitt, Third Vh'c President Cookcville 

Wm. L. Lawrenxe, Secretary and Treasurer Chattanooga 

I. L. Hair, Assistant Secretary Pittsburg 


Connty. Siip<'riiit<-iul«-nt*s Nnnu*. Addross. County. 

Andorson J. L. Barnos Clinton 17,634 

Bedford I.ouls WilhoitP Sholbvvlllc 23,845 

Benton M. E. Wooldrldge Camdon 11.888 

Bledsoe E. F. Patton TJtton 6.626 

Blount H. B. McCall Maryville 19.206 



County. Sui erintendent'B Name. Pop. ot 

Addrera. County* 

Bradley J. F. Harrison Cleveland 15,750 

Campbell Gr. Willoughby Fincastle 17,87» 

Cannon W. H. Finley Woodbury 

Carroll E. P. Harrell Huntingdon 24.250 

Carter u. S. G. Ellis EUzabethton 16,e88 

Cheatham ?. H. Duke Ashland City 10,112 

Chester N B. aardeman .Henderson 9,896 

Claiborne S. w^ Lnswis. Jr Lone Mountain 20,696 

Clay J. T. Ford Willow Grove 8,421 

Cocke A. J. McMahan Newport 19,158 

Coftee C. N. Tcwnsend Manchester 15,574 

Crockett J. R. McDonald Bells 16.867 

Cumberland W. E. Wheeler Pleasant Hill 8,811 

Davidson W. Mac Fuqua .Nashville 122,895 

Decatur J. I. Miller Sugar Tree 10,439 

DeKalb R. A. Langford Dowelltown 16,460 

Dickson W. A. White Charlotte 18,685 

Dyer S. B. Tatum .Dyersburg 23,776 

Fayette D. K. Donnell Macon 29,701 

Fentress W. P. Little Clarkrange 6,106 

Franklin .T. T. Reynolds Winchester 20,392 

Gibson J. B. Cummlngs Trenton 39,406 

Giles C. H. Walker Lynnvllle 83,035 

Grainger H. G. Farmer Rutledge 15,512 

Greene James L. Harold Greenevllle 30,596 

Grundy J. D. Fults Tracv City 7,802 

Hamblen Miss Lena McClister Morristown 12,728 

Hamilton «Robert L. Jones Chattanooga 61,695 

Hancock George R. Mitchell SneedvUle 11,147 

Hardeman J. A. Alford Bolivar 22,976 

Hardin W. O. Mangrum Savannah 19.246 

Hawkins C. H. Richardson Rogersvllle 24.267 

Haywood F. R. Ogllvie Brownsville 25.189 

Henderson C. P. Patterson Sardls 18,117 

Henry Joe Ronton Paris 24,208 

Hickman W. P. Morrison Centervllle 16,367 

Houston D. J. McAuley Erin 6.476 

Humphreys -. Alfred Hatcher McEwen 13,398 

Jackson W. L. Dixon Flynn's Lick 15,089 

James D. A. Stanflll Long Savannah 5,407 

Jefferson W. A. Lyle Dandridge 18,590 

Johnson R. P. Donnel/y Mountain City 10,589 

Knox Samuel E. Hill Knoxville 74.302 

Lake R. C. Donaldson Tiptonville 7.368 

La'^derdale G. G. McLeod Ripley 21,971 

Lawrence L. B. White Lawrenceburg 15,402 

i:>ewis W. L. PInk«rton Hohenwald 4.455 

Lincoln Thomas M. Wilson Fayetteville 26.804 

Loudon D. B. Simpson Loudon 10,838 

Macon D H. Piper LaFayette 12.881 

McMinn M. R. M. Burke Athens 19,163 

McNairy Terrv Abernathy Selmer 17.760 

Madison L. C. Holt Carroll 36.333 

Marion D. A. Tate South Pittsburg 17.281 

Marshall J. G. Stinson Lewlsburg 18.763 

Maury Columbia 42,708 

Meigs W. F. Grubb Decatur 7,491 

Monroe R. F. Hudson Madisonvllle 18,585 

Montgomery P. L. H.irned Clarksville 36.017 

Moore Miss Laura M. Parks Lynchburg 5,706 

Morgan J, F. Johnston Petros 9,587 

Obion James M. Moore Union City 28,286 

Overton A. R. Hogue Allons 13,854 

Perry T/. G. Bunch Linden 8,800 

Pickett W. J. Babb Byrdstown 5.366 

Poik J. D. Clemmer Benton 11.359 

Putnam K. H. Bovd Cookeville 16.890 

Hhoa Frpd B. TFrazler Dayton 14.818 

Roane J. C. Wright Rockwood 22.738 

Robertson i^e T. Dowell Springfield 25.029 






Superintendent's Name. 


Rutherford A. L. Todd Murfreesboro 

Scott S. M. Foster Huntsville 

Sequatchie I. A. Austin Dunlap 

Sevier T. C. Drinnen Sevlerville 

Shelby Miss Elizabeth Messick Memphis , 

Smith J. R. Curtis Carthage 

Stewart J. I. Allman Dover 

Sullivan J. E. L. Seneker Blountville 

Sumner W. F. Albright Gallatin 

Tipton Joseph A. Cotten Covlngfton 

Trousdale Lytle Dalton Hartsvllle 

Unicoi J. W. Lucas Brwin 

Union E. Hill Lost Creek 

Van Buren E. 1* Haston Spencer 

Warren L. F --vans Morrison 

Washington Guy ri. Chase Jonesboro 

Wayne T. F. McAnally Waynesboro 

Weakley J. F. Duncan Ralston 

White K. L Hutchings Hutchlngs College 

Williamson Fred J. Page Franklin 

Wilson W. H. Knox Ewlngsville 

Pop. of 

... 33.543 
... 11,077 
... 3.326 
... 22.021 
... 19.026 
... 15.224 
... 24.935 
... 26.072 
,.. 29.273 
... 6,004 
.. 6,851 
... 3.126 
... 22.604 
... 12.934 
... 14.157 
... 26.429 
... 27,078 


AXDEBBOKYILLE, Anderson Co., 72. 
AndarsonTille Znstitnte; prep.; co-ed.; Bspt.; 
est. 1898; O. W. Anderton. B. A.. Pres. 
ATOKA, Tipton Co., pop. 176. 
Robinson Hifh Sohool; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; R. B. Robinson, Prln. 
BEECHOBOVE. Coffee Co., pop. 102. 
BeecbgroTe Training Sobool; prep.; co-ed.; 
non-sect.; C. H. Walker. Prln. 
BEIXBTJOKLE, Bedford Co., pop. 66S. 

Webb Sobool; prep.; co-ed.; M. io. So.; W. 
R. and W. M. Webb. Prins. 
BntOHWOOD, James Co., pop. 139. 

Bntberford Graded Schools ; prep.; co-ed.; 
non-sect.; R. T. Rutberford. Prln. 
BLOOMIKODALE. SoUivan Co., pop. 25. 
Kinfsley Seminary; prep.; co-ed.; M. B.; 
est. 1877; Rev. S. G. Kotron. A. M.. Pres- 
BLOOMIVOTOK. Putnam Co., pop. 126. 

Bloomin gton College; burned. 
BLOITNTByiLLE, SulliTan Co., pop. 812. 
Holston Institute; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; est. 
1884; Tbeo. D. Culp. A. M.. Pres. 
BLUFF CITT, Sullivan Co., pop. 548. 
ZoUiooffer Institute; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
B. H. Freeland. Prln. 
BKADTVILLE, Cannon Co., pop. 84. 

Bradyville College; closed. 
BRISTOL. BuUivan Co., pop. 6.271. 
King College; col.; men; Presb.; est. 1869; 
Rev. Franklin P. Ramsay. Pb. D.. Presi- 
Sullins College; girls* boarding; M. E. So.; 
1869; W. M. Dyer, Pres. 
BBOWVSVILLE, Haywood Co., pop. 2.645. 
BrewnsTllle Female College; girls' boarding; 
Bapt.; 1851; W. L. Abbott. A. B.. Pres. 
BUTLER, Johnson Co., pop. 210. 

Holly Spring College; prep.; co-ed.; Bapt.; 

est. 1902; S. W. TlndeU. A. B., A. H.. 
D. D.. Pres. 
CAXDEH, Benton Co., pop. 899. 
Benton Seminary, The; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; W. D. Cooper. Prln. 
CARTHAGE, Smith Co., pop. 622. 
Joseph W. Allen Sohool; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; W. P. Morrison. Prln. 
CEDAR HILL, Robertson" Co., pop. 400. 
Cedar Hill Institute; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
est. 1892; W. B. Matbeney. Wm. O. Batts. 
CEHTERVILLE, Hickman Co., pop. 719. 

Centerville Training Sohool; prep.; co-ed.; 
non-sect.; est. 1902; William Pope Morri- 
son, Principal. 
CHAPEL HILL, Marshall Co., pop. 149. 
Chapel Hill Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; W. B. Thompson. Prln. 
CHATTANOOGA, Hamilton Co., pop. 80.164. 
Baylor's TTniTersity School; prep.; boys; non- 
sect.; est. 1803; John Roy Baylor. B. A.. 
B. Let.. Pres. 
Chattanooga College for Tonng Ladies; prep.; 

co-ed.; non-sect.; John L. Cooper, Ftln. 
Chattanooga Medical College; med.; reg.; eo- 
ed.; est. 1889; E. A. Coblelgb. A. M.. 
M. D.. Dean. 

Chattanooga National Medical CoUege; med.; 
reg.; men; est. 1898; T. W. Halgler, M. 
D.. Dean. 

English and French School; prep.; girls; non- 
sect.; est. 1803; The Misses Dural. Prin- 

Grant TTniTersity Sohool of Theology; tbeol.; 
men; M. E.; est. 1890; William S. Bo- 
vard, A. M.. S. T. B.. Dean. 

Grant UniTersity; unlr.; co-ed.; M. B.; eat. 
1867; BeT. John H. Race, A. M., D. D.. 





Gnat UniTenitjr, Law Departmant; Uw; 
men; est. 1899; Charles R. BTani, Dean. 
Xountain Olty Buiineu College; bus. and 
Bten.; B. L. Wiley and J. A. Wiley. 
OHVOKEY OITT, Oreane Co., pop. 80. 
Waaleyaa Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; M. B.; 
Samnel H. Thompson. Prln. 
Alum Wall Aoadamy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
est. 1892; Wm. C. Patton, A. B.. Prln. 
CLABX8YILLE, Mantgomary Co., pop. 9,431. 
ClariuTilla Famala Aoadamy; girls' boarding; 
M. E. So.; est. 1846; Rev. J. W. Repass. 
A. M.. Pres. 
Binwiddia's UniTarsity Bohool; prep.; boys; 
non-sect.; est 1897; B. B. Dinwiddle. 
A. M., Prln. 
Bottthwastam Prasbytarian TTnlTarsity; col.; 
men; Presb.; est. 1855; Rev. Neander M. 
Woods. D. D., L. D., Chancellor. 
OLEVELAin), Bradley Co., pop. 3.858. 
Cantanary Famala CoUaga; girls' boarding; 
M. B. So.; est. 1884; Rev. J. W. Re- 
pass, M. A., Pres. 
daralaad Institnta; closed. 
OLIFTOir, Wayna Co., pop. 639. 
Clifton ICasonic Aoadamy; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; J. F. Hughes, Prln. 
COLLEGE OBOVE, Williamson Co., pop. 112. 
Callaga Orova School; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
Slon T. Record. Prln. 
COLiniBIA, Maury Co., pop. 6.062. 

Colombia Institute; prep.; co-ed.; P. B.: 
Miss Mary A. Bryant, Prln. 
OOOKEYILLE, Putnam Co., Pop. 1,500. 
CookaTilla Collegiate Institute; prep.; co-ed.; 
non-sect.; est. 1900; N. J. Plnney, A. M.. 
L. B. Summers. A. M., Prlns. 
eULLEOKA, Maury Co., pop. 827. 
Collaoka Aaadamy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
John P. Graham, Prln. 
OUXBEBLAKD CITY, Stewart Co., pop. 490. 
Cnmbarland City Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; J. H. Bayer, Prin. 
OUXBEKLAND GAP, CUibome Co., pop. 480. 
Lincoln Memorial TTnivarsity; prep.; co-ed.; 
non-sect.; est. 1806; William L. Stooks- 
bury, A. M., Ph. D., Pres. 

BICX80N, Dickson Co., pop. 1.363. 
Dickson Normal Collage; normal; prirate; co- 

DOTLE STATION. White Co., pop. 187. 
Doyle College; prep.; co-ed.; Bapt.; BenJ. F. 
Jones, Prin. 

DirCX BIYEB, Hiclunan Co., pop. 57. 
Shady GroTS Institute; prep.; co-ed.; Presb.; 
R. S. Ballow. Prln. 

ELIZABETHTOK, Carter Co., pop. 1,200. 
Harold McCormick School; prep.; co-ed.; 
Presb.; est. 1897; Miss M. A. May Rice, 

EBWnr, TTniooi Co., pop. 200. 
' Dwight Instituta; prep.; co-ed.; Presb.; est. 
1887; Oertmde M. Sammont, Prin. 

Southam Tannassaa Normal Instituta; nor.; 
private; co-ed.; est. 1889; D. 8. Nelms. 
FAYETTEYUXE, Lincoln Co., pop. 2,708. 
Morgan School; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; est 
1899; R. K. Morgan, Prin. 
FLAG POND, Unicoi Co., pop. 40. 
Cory School; prep.; co-ed.; Friends; Frank 
B. Lindsey, LL. D., Prin. 
FOXTNTAIN CITY, Knox Co., pop. 800. 
Tannasaa Normal Collage; normal; private: 
co-ed.; Bapt.; est. 1893; W. S. Bryan. 
A. B.. A. M., Pres. 

School's announcement. — The Tennessee 
Normal College includes the following 

Literary Department. 
Department of Pedagogy. 
Conservatory of Music. 
Business College. 
School of Blocution. 
Art Department. 

Tuition in Collegiate Department. |4 per 
month. $32.60 a year in advance; Bnsl 
ness College, $6 per month; Music, Blocu- 
tion. and Art. each $50 a year. Students 
may enter any time. All studies elect- 
ive. Llring expenses are very low. 
FRANKLIN, Williamson Co., pop. 2,180. 
Tennessee Female College; girls' boarding: 
non-sect; est. 1866; T. A. Allen, Prin. 
FBIENDSVUXE, Blount Co., pop. 188. 
Friendsville Academy; prep.; co-ed.; Cong.: 
J. H. Moore, Prln. 
GALLATIN, Sumner Co., pop. 2.400. 
Howard Famala Collaga; girls' boarding; non- 
sect.; est. 1856; Z. K. Griffln. B. S.. 
GBAND VIEW, Bhaa Co., pop. 48. 
Grand View Normal Institute; prep.; co-ed.; 
Presb.; H. L. Hoyt. Prin. 
GRASSY COVE, Cumberland Co., pop. 63. 
Grassy Cove Academy; prep.; co-ed.; Presb.; 
08t. 1880; Miss Emma Hicks. Prin. 
GBAYSVILLE, Rhea Co., pop. 618. 
Southern Training School: prep.; co-ed.; S. D 
Adv.; est 1893; J. Bills Tenney, Prin. 
GREENEVUXE, Greene Co., pop. 1,817. 
Greeneville and Tusculum Collaga; col.; eo 
ed.; Presb.; est 1794. 
HABBIMAN, Boane Co., pop. 3.442. 
American University of Harriman; unlv.: co- 
ed.; non-8cct. ; est. 1893; James A. 'Tate. 
A. M.. Prenident. 
American University of Harriman, Law Da* 
partment; law; men; est. 1894; S. C. 
Brown. A. M., Dean. 
HENDEBSON, Chester Co., pop. 1.600. 
The Gaorgie Bobertson Christian College; bua 

and sten.: A. G. Freed. Pres. 
Yanderbilt Training School: prep.; co-ed.; 
non-sect.; Rev. R. C. Douglas, Prin. 
HILL CITY, Hamilton Co., pop. 2.500. 

Chattanooga Normal University; nor.; pri- 
vate; co-ed.; est. 1897; James A. Roberts^ 
A. B.. President 





HILHAM. OTerton Co., pop. 118. 
FUko Aoademy, The; prep.; co-ed.; non-eect.; 
est. 1902; A. J. Taylor, Free. 
HIWA88EE COLLEGE, UonixM Co., tohool sta* 
Hiwaaeee Oolleffe; coL; co-ed.; non-tect.; est. 
1840; Ber. J. B. Lowery, A. M.. Pres. 
KOBNBIAK, Obion Co., pop. 246. 
West Tonnessee Kormsl College; normal; prl 
rate; co-ed.; W. L. Willlngbam. Pres. 
HOWELL, Linooln Co., pop. 42. 
Howell Training Bohool; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; B. L. Keathly, A. B.. Prin. 
HITNTINODOK, CarroU Co., pop. 1.332. 
Bonthem Normal University; normal; private; 
co-ed.; non-sect.; est. 1891; J. A. Baber, 

A. B., A. M., Ph. D., Pres. 
JACKSON, Madison Co., pop. 14.611. 

Lane Collsfe; col.; co-ed.; M. E.; est. 1882; 
Bev. James Albert Bray. A. M., Presi- 

Memphis Conferenoe Female Lutitute; girls' 
boarding; M. B. So.; est. 1843; Bev. A. 

B. Jones. D. D.. LL. D.. Prin. 

Sohool of Business; bus. and sten. ; est. 1888; 

P. T. Hale, LL. D.. Pres. 
Southwestern Baptist University; col.; co-ed.; 

Bapt.; est. 1842; Philip T. Hale, A. B.. 

D. D.; LL. D., Pres. 
Southwestern Baptist University. Department 

of Law; law; men; est. 1900; James H. 

Land, Dean. 
University of West Tennessee; univ.; non- 
sect.; co-ed.; est. 1900; M. V. Lynk. 

M. S., M. D.. LL. B., Pres. 
JASPEB, MABION CO., pop. 980. 
Pryor Institute; prep.; co-ed.; M. E. So.; 

est. 1887; M. M. Dossctt. Ph. B., Prin. 
JEFFEBSON CITY, Jefferson Co., pop. 1,250. 
Carson and Newman College; col.; co-ed.; 

Bapt.; est. 1861; M. D. Jeffries. M. D.. 

Pres. • 
JOHNSON CITY, Washington Co., pop. 4.645. 
Miohigan College; col.; co-ed.; Christian; est. 

1882; H. B. Garrett. A. M., Pres. 

JONESBOBO, Washington Co., pop. 864. 

Warner Institute; normal; private; co-ed.; 
H. L. Peterson. Pres. 

KINGSTON, Boane Co., pop. 648. 

Boane County High Sohool; prop.; co-od. ; 
non-sect.; est. 1903; Horace L. Ellis. 

KNOXVILLE, Knox Co., pop. ,^2.637. 
Baker-Himmel School, The; prep.; co-ed.; 

Cong.; C. M. Hlmmel. Prin. 
Clark's School of Telegraphy; tol.; co-ed.; 

est. llK).'l; B. L. Gately. Trlu. 
Knozville Business College; bus. and sten.; 

est. 18S2; Col. J. T. W»H>dwnrd. Pres. 
Knozville College; col.; co-ed.; Un. Presb. ; 

eat. 1875; Rev. Ralph W. McGranahan. 

I). D.. Pros. 
Knoxville Medical College (colored); med.; 

reg.; est. ISOo; H. M. Green, M. D.. Sec. 
MoAllen Business and Shorthand College; 

bos. and sten.; John A. McAllen, Pres. 

Tennessee Medioal College; med.; reg.; men; 

est. 1887; C. P. McNabb, M. D.. Dean. 
University of Tennessee; univ.; state; co-ed.; 

est. 1794; Brown Ayres, Ph. D., lAd. D.. 

University of Tennessee, Department of Fhaiw 

maoy; phar.; men; est. 1898; Thomas W. 

Jordan, Dean. 
University of Tennessee, Law Department; 

law; men; est. 1890; Henry H. Inger 

soil. LL. D.. Dean. 
Young's College of Shorthand; sten.; L. B. 

Smith, Pres. 
LANEVIEW, Gibson Co., pop. 26. 
Laneview College; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; est. 

1887; Jobn Meadows. B. A., Pres. 
LEBANON, Wilson Co., pop. 1.966. 

Cumberland Universi^; univ.; co-ed.; Cumb. 

Presb.; est. 1842; David B. Mitchell, 

Cumberland University, Law Sohool; law; 

men.; est. 1847; Nathan Green. LL. D., 

Cumberland University Theological Depart- 
ment; theol.; men; Cumb. Presb.; est. 

1852; James Robert Henry, Dean. 
Lebanon College for Young Ladies; girls* 

boarding; Cumb. Presb.; est. 1886; B. B. 

Weir. Ph. D., Pres. 
LEWISBUBG, MarshaU Co., pop. 1.421. 
Haynes-MoLean Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; M. M. Summer, Prin. 
LEXINGTON, Henderson Co., pop. 1.332. 
Lexington Normal Sohool and Commercial In- 
stitute; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; Bobert 

L. Sutton. Prin. 

LIBEBTY, DeKalb Co., pop. 290. 

Liberty Training School; prep.; co-ed.; non* 
sect.; L. F. Wllkerson, Prin. 

LOUDON. Loudon Co., pop. 876. 
Loudon College; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; D. 
Balharrle Simpson. B. A., B. S., Prin. 

MARTIN, Weakley Co., pop. 1.730. 
McFerrin College; prep.; co-ed.; M. B. So.; 
est. 18S9; Guy A. Simmons. A. M., Pres. 

MABYYILLE, Blount Co., pop. 2.276. 
Maryville College; col.; co-ed.; Presb.; est. 
1819; Rev. Samuel Tyndale Wilson, D. 
D., Pres. 

MoKENZIE, CarroU Co., pop. 1.266. 
Bethel College; col.; co-ed.; Cumb. Presb.; 

est. 1850; Charles E. Stoakes. Pres. 

McTyeire Sohool; prep.; boys; M. E. So.; est. 

ISSl: James \. Robins. R. A.. Prin. 

McLEMGBESVILLE. Carroll Co., pop. 163. 
McLemoresville Collegiate Institute; prep.; 
co-ed.; M. E. ; est. 1885; E. H. Harrell. 
B. S.. Pres. 

MEMPHIS. Shelby Co., pop. 1()2.320. 

Christian Brothers' College; col.; men; B. C; 

est. 1*^71: Rev. Brother Maurelian, Pres. 
Higbee Sohool: girls' boarding;; non-sect.; est. 

ISSO; Hattle L. White, Prin. 
LeMoyne Normal Institute (colored) ; normal: 

private; co-ed.; Andrew J. Steele. Fred. 





Hill's Buiineu College; bos. and sten.; est. 

1872; R. H. Hill. B. S., Prin. 
Xacon and Andrews College; bus. and sten.; 

G. A. Macon and A. A. Andrews. Props. 
Memphis Commercial College; bus. and sten.; 

est. 1905; C. E. Kingston. Prin. 
Memphis Hospital Medical College; med.; 

reg.; men; est. 1880; Wm. B. Rogers, 

M. D., Dean. 
St. Agnes Academy; girls' boarding; R. C; 

Sister M. Joseph, Prin. 
St. Mary's School; girls' boarding; P. E.; 

Sister Mary Maude. Prin. 
Thomas' School, The Misses; prep.; girls; est. 

1897; Miss Lida G. Thomas. Principal. 
UniTersity S<diOol; boys* boarding; non-sect.; 

Werts and Rhea, Prins. 
MIDDLETOK, Hardeman Co., pop. 287. 
Middleton High School; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; I. N. Roland. Prin. 
MIDWAY, Greene Co., pop. 110. 
Midway High School; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 

J. W. Lucas, A. M.. Prin. 
MUXIOAK, Carter Co., pop. 100. 
Milligan College; col.; co-ed.; Chris.; est. 

1882: J. Hopwood, A. M.. Pres. 
MONTEAOLE, Marion Co.. pop. 300. 
Fairmonnt School for Girls; girls' boarding; 

P. B.; est. 1873; W. H. Du Hose, M. A., 

MOB&ISTOWK, Hamblen Co.. pop. 2.973. 
Morristown Normal and Industrial College; 

nor.; co-ed.; M. E.; est. 1881; Jndson S. 

HIU. A. M.. D. D.. Pros. 
MOUNT J17LIET, Wilson Co., pop. 40. 
Oaldwell Training School; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; W. A. Caldwell. Prin. 
MOUNT PLEASANT, Maury Co., pop. 2.007. 
Howard Institute; prep.; co-ed.; M. B. ; James 

A. Bostwlclc, Prin. 

MUBFBEESBORO. Rutherford Co., pop. 3.009. 
Sonle Female College; girls' boarding; M. E. 

So.; est. 1852; N. D. Overnll, Pres. 
NASHVILLE, Davidson Co., pop. 80,865. 
Belmont College; girln' boarding; non-sect.; 

Misses Hood and Horon, Prins. 
Bosoohel College; glrlB* bonrdinp; non-sect.; 

est. 1889; Mrs. J. O. Rust, Pres. 
Buford College; girls' bourding; non-sect.; 

est. 1900; Mrs. E. G. Buford. Pres. 
Bcwen School; prep.; boys; non-sect.; est. 

1896; A. G. Bowen. A. M.. Prin. 
Conservatory of Music, The; mus. ; co-ed.; C. 

J. Schubert, Director. 
Dranghon's Practical Business College; bus. 

and sten.; est. 1880; J. F. Draughon, 

Fall's Business College: bun. nnd ston.; Alex- 
ander Fall, Pres. 
Farrar School of Voico and Piano; mus.; est. 

1801; Fredericlc Emerson Farrar, Director. 
Fisk University (colored); col,; co-ed.; Cong.; 

est. 1866; Rev. James Grlswold Merrill, 

D. D., President. 
Jennings Business College; bus. and sten.; 

B. W. Jennings. Pres. 
Meharry Medical College, Walden University 

(colored); med.; reg.; co-ed.; est. 1876; 

O. W. Hubbard, M. D.. Dean. 

Montgomery Bell Academy; boys' day; non- 
sect.; S. M. D. Clark, Prin. 

Feabody College for Teachers; normal; state; 
co-ed.; est. 1874; James D. Porter, LL. 
D., Pres. 

Roger Williams University (colored); col.; co- 
ed.; Bapt.; est. 1865; Rev. P. B. Guern- 
sey, A. M., Pres. 

St. Cecelia's Academy; girls' boarding; B. C; 
Mother Frances, Prin. 

St. Joseph's Academy; girls' boa! ding; R. C; 
Sister Evangelist. Prin. 

St. Joseph's School; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; est. 
1884; Sister M. Augustine. 

Tennessee Academy of Music; mus.; est. 1896; 
Franz J. Strahm, President. 

University of Nashville, Peabody College for 
Teachers; unlv.; co-ed.; non-sect.; est. 
1785; James Davis Porter, LL. D., Chan- 

University of Nashville, Medical Department; 
med.; reg.; co-ed.; est. 1850; Wm. G. 
Ewlng, M. D.. Dean. 

University of Tennessee, Dental Department; 
dent; co-ed.; est. 1877. 

University of Tennessee, Medical Department; 
med.; reg.; men; est. 1876; Paul P. Bve, 
M. D., Dean. 

University School; prep.; boys; non-sect.; est. 
1886; 0. B. Wallace. M. A., Prin. 

Vanderhilt University; unlv.; co-ed.; M. B. 
So.; est. 1875; James H. Klrkland. Ph. 
D.. Pres. 

Vanderhilt University, Department of Den- 
tistry; dent.; co-ed.; est. 1870; D. B. 
Stubblefleld, A. M., M. D.. D. D. S., 

Vanderhilt University, Department of Phar- 
macy; phar.; co-ed.; est. 1879; J. T. 
McGiU, Dean. 

Vanderhilt University, Law Department; law; 
Men; est. 1875; Thomas H. Malone, 
A. M.. Dean. 

Vanderhilt University, Medical Department; 
med.; reg.; men; est. 1874; Wm. L. 
Dudley, M. D., Dean. 

Walden University (colored); unlv.; co-ed.; 
M. E.; est. ISGC; Rev. John A. Kumler, 

Walden University, Dental Department (col- 
ored); dent.; men; est. 1886; G. W. Hub- 
bard. D. D. S., Dean. 

Walden University, Department of Pharmacy 
(colored); phar.; co-ed.; est. 1889; G. 
W. Hubbard. Dean. 

Walden University, Law Department; law; 
men; George T. Robinson. A. M., Dean. 

Ward Seminary; girls' boarding; Presb.; est. 
ISeW: J. D. Rlanton, Prin. 
NEW MARKET. Jefferson Co., pop. 420. 

New Market Academy; prep.; co-ed.; Presb.; 
est. ISS.*); Samuel T. Miser, Prin. 
NEWPORT, Cocke Co., pop. 1.630. 

Newport Seminary; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.: 
Alex. S. Paxton, Prin. 
ORLINDA, Robertson Co., pop. 101. 

Orlinda Academy; normal; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
J. C. Berry, Prin. 
ORYSA, Lauderdale Co., pop. 

Hatch Academy: closed. 





OTTWAY, Oreana Co., pop. 88. 
Ottway Collega; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; Id. 
est. 1892; E. H. Turner, Pres. 
FABBOTSVILLE, Cooka Co., pop. 137. 
Parrotsville Seminary; prep.; co-ed.; If. B.; 
J. M. Rule, Prln. 
PETEB8B17RO, Linoaln Co., pop. 411. 
Elisabeth Traininf School; prep.; co-ed.; non 
sect.; W. B. Miller, Prln. 
PTKF.VILLE, Bledsoe Co., pop. 409. 
People's College; prep.; co-ed.; M. E. So.; 
Rev. J. W. Tiylor, Prin. 
PLEASANT HILL, Cumberland Co., pop. 87. 
Pleasant Hill Aeademy; prep.; co-ed.; Conf.; 
Rev. W. B. Wheeler, Prln. 
PULASKI. OUes Co., pop. 2.838. 
Martin Female College; girls' boarding; M. 
E. So.; est. 1870; Leonard L. Vaum, 

A. M., Prln. 

RGOEBSVILLE, Hawkins Co., pop. 1,386. 
MoMinn Military Academy; military; non- 
sect.; C. W. Davis. Supt. 
Bogarsvilla Synodical College; girls' boarding; 
Presb.; est. 1849; Lawrence Rolfe. A. 
B., Pres. 
Swift Memorial Institute (colored); prep.; co- 
ed.; Presb.; W. H. Franklin. A. M.. 
BTrrHEBTOBD, Gibson Co., pop. 677. 
Bntherford Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non- seel.; 
est. 1868; H. H. Ellis. B. S.. Prln. 
8ABDIS, Henderson Co., pop. 260. 

Sardis Normal College; nor.; private; co-ed.; 
est. 1892; J. W. Wllliama, Ph. B.. Presi- 
BA17LSBI7BY, Hardeman Co., pop. 343. 
Woodland Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-secl.; 
Frank S. Coffin. Prln. 
SAYAKNAH, Hardin Co., pop.. 2.000. 
Hardin College; succeeded by Savannah Insti- 
Savannah Institute; prop.; co-ed.; non-sect ; 
est. 1895; William E. Rogers. A. M.. 
SCOTTS HILL, Henderson Co., pop. 240. 

Scotts Hill Academy; prep.; eu-ed.; non-secl.; 

B. A. Tucker, Prln. 
SEVIEBVILLE, Sevier Co., pop. G19. 

Murphy College; prfp. ; <'<>-ed. ; M. B.; est. 

ISOl; Uev. Jamofl S. Jones, President. 
SEWANEE, Franklin Co., pop. 440. 
University of the South; unlv. ; men; P. E. ; 

est. 1S6S; «. Lttwton Wlpgins. M. A.. 

University of the South, Law Department; 

law; men; est. 1803; A. T. McNeal. 

University of the South, Medical Department; 

med, ; reu. ; men; est. 1891; John S. 

r«in. M. I).. l)»'!in. 
SHELBYYILLE, Bedford Co., pop. 2.2.30. 
Bedford Institute ; prep. ; eo-ed. ; non-seet. ; est. 

19<>2; G. Clinton nanna. A. M.. Ph. D., 

Dixon Academy; closed. 
Shelbyville Female College; closed. 
Turner Institute (colored); prep.; co-ed.; A. 

M. B.; est 1887; Be v. J. A. Jooet, D. D.. 
University School; closed. 
SMYRNA, Rutherford Co., pop. 220. 
Smyrna Fitting School; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; Fraser Hood, M. A., Prin. 
SNEEDVILLE, Hancock Co., pop. 180. 
McXinney Academy; prep.; co-ed.; Presb.; 
F. A. Penland, Prin. 
SOUTHSIDE, Montgomery Co., pop. 64. 
Southside Preparatory School; prep.; co-ed.; 
non-sect.; McKee & Harper, Prins. 
SPABTA, White Co., pop. 895. 
Dibrell Normal School; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; B. O. Duggan, Prln. 
SPENCER, Van Buren Co., pop. 146. 
Biirritt College; col.; co-ed.; Christ.; est. 
1848; W. N. Blllingsley. A. M., Pre*. 
STEPPSVILLE, Warren Co., pop. 24. 
Philadelphia Seminary; prep.; co-ed.; non 
sect.; Marion Turner. Prln. 
SWEETWATER, Monroe Co., pop. 1.716. 
Sweetwater Military College; military; non- 
sect.; est. 1874; MaJ. O. C. Hulvey. Pres. 
TAZEWELL, Claiborne Co., pop. 400. 

Tazewell College; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; L. 
A. Lewis. Jr., Prin. 
TIPTONYILLE, Lake Co., pop. 408. 
Tiptonville High School; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; est. 1900; Will N. Galhoon, Ph. B., 
TRACY CITY, Grundy Co., pop. 2.180. 
Shook School, James X.; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; est. 1880; John C. Wagner, Prln. 
TULLAHOMA, Coffee Co., pop. 2.684. 
Brandon Training School; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; Alfred J. Brandon. Pres. 
Jess Mai Aydelotte College; prep.; eo-ed.; 
non-sect.; B. S. Foster, Prln. 
TUSCULUM, Greene Co., pop. 50. 
Greenville and Tusculum College; col.; co-ed.; 
Presb.; est. 1794; Samuel A. Colle, D. D., 

WASHINGTON COLLEGE, Washington Co., pop. 

Washington College; col.; co-ed.; Presb.; est 
1795; James F. Cooter, M. A.. D. D.. 

WATERTOWN, Wilson Co., pop. 506. 
Watertown Training School; prep.; co-ed.; 
non-sect.; Wm. H. Tumey, Prln. 
WELLS SPRING, Campbell Co., pop. 89. 

Powell's Valley Seminary; prep.; co-ed.; M. 
E.; E. B. Dykes. B. S.. Prln. 
WHEAT, Roane Co., pop. 50. 
Roane College; prip. ; eo-ed.; non-sect; B. B 
KerMer. Prln. 

WHITE PINE, JeflFerson Co., pop. 295. 
Edwards Academy: prep.; co-ed.; U. B.; est. 
1S7S: Rmso Musters. Prln. 
WINCHESTER, Franklin Co., pop. 1.338. 

Winchester Normal College; nor.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; est 1878; R. A. CUirk. B. S., A. M.. 

WOODBURY. Cannon Co., pop. 468. 
Woodbury Academy; prep.: co-ed.; non-sect: 
E. J. l^hman. Prln. 


Population, 3,048,710. School census 1,067,710. School age, 7-17. 

Texas is the sixth state of the Union in point of population, having a total of 
3,048,710 inhabitants, of whom 2,426,669, or 79.6 per cent, are white. Of this num- 
ber, 177,581, or 5.8 per cent, are foreign born. The percentage of illiteracy of the 
entire population is 14.5 per cent, the state ranking thirty-sixth in this respect. 
The educational system of the state is as follows : 


R. B. G)USiNS, State Superintendent Public Instruction Austin 

F. M. Bralley, Chief Clerk Austin 

J. W. Bishop, Auditing Clerk Austin 

N. J. Clancy, Statistics Clerk Austin 

J. W. Retd, Law and Certificate Clerk Austin 

J. A. Crawford, Stenographic and Filing Clerk Austin 

William Filers, Mailing Clerk Austin 


Governor S. W. T. L.\nham, President Austin 

Comptroller J. W. Stephens Austin 

Secretary of State O. K. Shannon Austin 

R. B. Cousins, State Superintendent, ex-officio. Secretary Austin 


Governor S. W. T. Lanham Austin 

R. V. Davidson, Attorney-General Austin 

W. J. Clay, Commissioner of Agriculture Austin 

SupT. F. W. Chatfield. Supt. S. M. N. Marks. 

SuPT. W. E. Edei-en. Hon. Geo. B. Terrell. 

The State Text-Book Board selected in August, 1903, the text-books to be used 
in the public schools of this state. 


V. M. Fulton, President Cleburne 

Miss Adina De Zavaijk. First Vice-President San Antonio 

M. M. Dupre. Second Vice President Troupe 

R. F. Davis, Third Vice-President Nacogdoches 

C. Q Barton, Secretary I lercford 

Gao. D. Ramsey, Transportation Secretary Fort Worth 




CouutjT Jud^e. Pop. of 

County. Ex-offlcio County Superintendent. Address. County. 

Anderson R. E. Erwln Palestine 28.015 

Angelina W. J. Townsend, Jr Lufkln 13,481 

Aransas F. Stevens Rockport 1,716 

Archer John Purcell Archer City 12,608 

Armstrong Q. Moore Claude 11,206 

Atascosa W. M. Abernethy i?leasanton 7,143 

AusUn John P. Bell ^ellvlUe 20,676 

Bandera J- W. Currle .3andera 6,332 

Bastrop Paul D. Page JBastrop 26,846 

Baylor B. M.Britain .^eymour 3,052 

Bee A. T. Hart Beevllle 7,720 

Bell Supt. H. K. Orgain .^elton 45,535 

Bexar Supt. P. F. Stewart San Antonio 69,422 

Blanco S. W. WalUs Johnson City 4,207 

Borden E. R. Yellott .Call 776 

Bosque P- S. Hale Meridian 17,390 

Bowie Supt. C. A. Wheeler Boston 26,676 

Brazoria Supt. R. R. Foster 4^ngleton 14,861 

Brazos A. G. Board jBryan 18,859 

Brewster A. M. Turney ^A^lplne 2,356 

Briscoe A. L. Journeay ^llverton 1,253 

Brown S. C. Coffee ^rownwood 16,019 

Burleson R. J. Alexander Caldwell 18,367 

Burnet J. G. Cook gurnet 10,528 

Caldwell Jno. N. Gambrell Jx)ckhart 21,765 

Calhoun Wlllet Wilson Port Lavaca 2,395 

Callahan I.N.Jackson .Balrd 8,268 

Cameron Supt. B. H. Goodrich Brownsville 16.095 

Camp J. D. Bass, Jr Pittsburg 9,146 

Carson J. L. Gray Panhandle 469 

Cass W. F. Ford Linden 22,841 

Castro M. F. Barber JDlmmlt 400 

Chambers W. B. Gordon Wallisvllle 3 046 

Cherokee R. L. Robinson Rusk 25,154 

C^iildress W. B. Howard Childress 2,138 

Clay S. A. Denney Jlenrletta 9,231 

Coke J. D. Jowers Robert Lee 3,430 

Coleman B. F. Rose Coleman 10,077 

Collin Supt. W. L. Yarbrough McKInney 50,087 

Collingsworth J. L. Lackey .^Velllngton 1,230 

Colorado J. J. Mansfield Columbus 22,207 

Comal John Marbach New Braunsfels 6,898 

Comanche J. H. McMillan Comanche 23,009 

Concho H. J. Crozier Paint Rock 1,427 

Cooke J. M. Wright Gainesville 27,494 

Coryell R. E. West Gatesville 21,308 

Cottle J. W. Woodley Paducah 1,002 

Crockett Chas. E. Davidson Ozona 1,591 

Crosby E. B. Covington Emma 788 

Dallam J. P. Inman Texline fDalhart) 146 

Dallas Supt. John D. Cochran Dallas 82,726 

Deaf Smith W. H. Russell Hereford 843 

Delta Rwing Boyd Cooper 15,249 

Denton I. D. Ferguson Denton 28,818 

De Witt C. A. Sumners Cuero 21,811 

Dickens \V. C. Ballard Dickons l.lfil 

Dimmit J. D. Spears Carrizo Springs 1,106 

Donley Geo. F. Morgan Clarendon 2,756 

Duval S. ir. Woods San Diego 8,483 

Ea.stland (has. D. Spann Eastland 17,971 

Ector Branch Isbell Odessa 381 

Edwards S. A. Hough Rock Springs 3,108 

Ellis Supt. Jas. T. Brooks Waxahachie 50.069 

El Paso Sur)t. Geo. W. Roach El Paso 24,886 

Erath M. J. Thompson Stephenville 24.966 

Falls Supt. A. W. Eddlns Marlln 83.842 

Fannin Supt. W. J. Morrow Bonham 61.793 

Fayette Supt. O. A. Stlerllng LaGrange 86,542 



Collin t J Judffn. Pop. of 

CJounty. Ki oBlrlo County finp^rlntendpnt. AddrcBS. County. 

Fisher J D, Bark*?r Roby 8,708 

Floyd , Arthur B. Dujican Floydada 2,020 

Foard G. L.. Burk. Crowell 1,568 

Fort Bend Supt. V. L. Perterson Richmond 16,588 

Franklin J. E. Mattinson Mt. Vernon 8.674 

Freestone J. R. Bell Fairfield 18,910 

Frio John S. Thomas Pearsall 4,200 

Galveston Supt. J. M. Fendley Galveston 44,116 

Gillespie Max Blum Fredericksburg 8,229 

Glasscock J. W Holt^cr Garden City 286 

Goliad J. Gus Patton Goliad 8,810 

Gonzales W. W. Glass Gonzales 28,882 

Gray J. W. Davidson LeFors 480 

Grayson Supt. J. H. Gibson Sherman 63,661 

Oregg Edwin Lacy Longvlew 12,843 

JJrlnjes T. P. Bufflngton Anderson 26,106 

Guadalupe Supt. J. B. Williams Seeuin 21885 

Hale W. C. Mathes Plainview *.'.*'.'■*;*.:'.*.*.;;'.*.; l'.680 

Ha"„; ?• A. Dunbar Memphis 1,670 

Hamilton J. W. Warren Hamilton 18,520 

Hansford E. C. Hays.. Hansford 167 

Hardeman J.C.Marshall Quanah 8,684 

Hnrdin Supt. Amos Rich Kountze 5,649 

Harris Supt. I.. L. Pugh Houston 63,286 

Harrison Supt. Jno. M. Roots Marshall 31.878 

Hartlev J. E. Moore < tianiiinK 377 

Haskell Osrnr E. Gates Ha-skell 2,637 

Hays ••; Ed R Kone.. ^an Marcos 14,142 

Hemphill T. B. Humphrey Cnnadlan 815 

Henderson J^ R Blade Athens 19.970 

Hidalgo R. A. Marsh Hidalgo 6,837 

Hill N. J. Smith Hillsboro 41,355 

Hood K. H. Faulkner Granbury 9.146 

Hopkins T. J. Russell Sulpher Springs 27,950 

Houston Porter Newman Crockett 25.452 

Howard J. B. Littler Big Springs 2,528 

Hupt S"pt. J. A. Thomas Greenville 47,295 

Hutchinson J. A. White.«iido Plemons 803 

Trion W. F. Fokos Sherwood 848 

Jack Supt. L. H. Bryant acksboro 10,224 

Jackson Ouy Mitoholl j:dna 6.094 

Jasner K. P. P-^rton Jasptr 7.188 

Jeff Davis t. p. ^Voatherby Fort Davis 1.150 

Jefferson Supt. M. T>. Moody Beaumont 14,239 

Jchnson Sunt. r;. k. Wnrron jCleburne 33.819 

.Tones J. R. Thomas Anson 7,053 

Karnes A. J. Pnrkor Karnes City 8.681 

Kaufman Tf. M. Cosnahon Kaufman 33.376 

Kendall .Honry Theis Boerne 4,103 

Kent .. .J. P. Day Clalremont 899 

Kprr .. .Tiiiius Rnal Kerrville 4.980 

Kimble .John S. Durst Junction City 2,503 

King R. E. Lasator Guthrie 490 

Kinney E. A. Jones Bracketville 2.447 

Kncx W. M. Moore Benjamin 2.322 . .Supt. J. A. Monroe Paris 48,627 

T^ampasas M. M. White I>ampasas 8,625 

La Salle C C. Thomas Cotulla 2,303 

T^vaca Supt. F. P. Guenther Halletsvllle 28.121 

Lee John H. Tate Giddings 14.595 

I^eon J. M. Chatham Centreville 18.072 

Liberty T. C. Crane Liberty 8,102 

Limestone Jnmcs Kimbell Groesbeck 32,573 

Lipscomb T. J. Reasoner Lipscomb 790 

Live Oak W. A. Hill Oakville 21.26<l 

Llano A. E. Moore Llano 7.301 

Lubbock Geo. R. Bean Lubbock 293 

Lynn O. M. Bartley lahoka 17 

W. W. Sharp Madi.son Madisonville 10.432 



County Judge. Pop. of 

County. Bz-offlcio County Superintendent. Addrera. County. 

Marion R. A. Looxnis Jefferson 10,754 

Martin Bailey Anderson Stanton 882 

Mason J. H. Jones Mason 6,678 

Matagorda Jesse Matthews Bay City 6,097 

Maverick A. L. Wallace Eagle Pass 4,0«6 

McCulloch Joe A. Adkins Brady 3.960 

McLennan Supt. W. J. Barcus Waco 69.772 

McMullen W. C. Wheeler Tllden 1,024 

Medina H. B. Haas Hondo ....; 7,788 

Menard J. W. Alnsworth Menardville 2,011 

Midland L. M. Murphy Midland 1.741 

Milam Supt. W. G. Glllis Cameron 39.666 

Mills I.. E. Patterson Goldthwalte 7,861 

Mitchell W. B. Crockfttt Colorado 2,855 

Montague Geo. S. March Montague 24,800 

Montgomery J. T. Rucks Conroe 17,067 

Moore W. M. Jeter Dumas 209 

Morris G. D. Hart Dalngerfield 8,220 

Motley T. T. Bouldin Matador 1,267 

Nacogdoches Robert Berger Nacogdoches 24,663 

Navarro Supt. T. M. Smith Corslcana 43,374 

Newton " Geo. V. Denman Newton 7,282 

Nolan A. B. Yantis Sweetwater 2,611 

Nueces W. B. Hopkins Corpus Christi 10,434 

Ochiltree G. M. Perry Ochiltree 267 

Oldham E. A. McKInnon Tascosa 349 

Orange W. J. Wlngate Orange 5,905 

jL-alo Pinto E. B. Ritchie Palo Pinto 12,291 

Panola Jas. G. Woolworth Carthage 21.404 

Parker R. L.. Stennis Weatherford 25,823 

Pecos John M. Odom Fort Stockton 2,360 

Polk A. B. Green Livingston 14.447 

Potter S. P. Merrill Amarlllo 1,820 

Presidio W. W. Bogel Marfa 3.673 

Rains J. W. Pierson Emory 6,127 

Randall J. M. Vansant Canyon 963 

Reagan W. C. Shamblln Stiles 

Red River J. R. Kennedy Clarksville 29,893 

Reeves T. J. Hefner Pecos 1,847 

Refugio W. L. Rea Refugio 1,641 

Roberts N. L. Lockem Miami 620 

Robertson Supt. J. H. Lomax Franklin 31,480 

Rockwall Joe H. Chisholm Rockwall 8,531 

Runnels B. B. Stone Ballinger 5,371 

Rusk W. W. Moore Henderson 26.099 

Satine H. C. Maund Hemphill 6,394 

San Augustine W. C. Ramsey San Augustine 8.434 

San Jacinto S. C. Clark Cold Springs 10,277 

San Patricio P. A. Hunter Sinton 2.372 

San Saba W. A. Smith San Saba 7,569 

Schleicher J. A. Whitton ..Eldorado 515 

Scurry Arthur Yonge Snyder 4.158 

Shackelford L M. Chism Albany 2.461 

Shelby Supt. B. F. Whiteside Center 20,452 

Sherman D. J. Wilson Stratford 104 

Smith Supt. A. W. BIrdwell Tyler 37.370 

Somervell R. L. Bryan Glen Rose 3.498 

Starr J. R. Monroe Rio Grande City 11.469 

Stephens A. J. Power Brcckenridge 6,406 

Sterling A. V. Patterson Sterling City 1.127 

Stonewall W. J. Arrlngton Aspcrmont 2,183 

Sutton L. J. Wardlaw Sonora 1.727 

Swishnr W. _. Dinwiddle Tulia 1,227 

Tarrant Supt. Geo. D. Ramsey Fort Worth 52,376 

Taylor D. G. Hill Abilene 10,499 

Terry W. M. Copeland Brownfleld 48 

Throckmorton B. F. Reynolds Throckmorton 1,750 

Titus Seb. F. Caldwell Mt. Pleasant 12.292 

Tom Green Miiton Mays San Angelo 6,804 

Travlg Sunt. Carl Hartman Justin 47,386 









Val Verde .. 
Van Zandt .. 
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Wharton ... 
Wheeler . . . . 


Wilbarger . . 







..C. H. Crow 

..W. A. Johnson 

.M. B. Briggrs 

.J. F. Robinson 

..J. G. Griner 

.John W. Davidson 

.Ben W. Fly 

.Supt. S. C. Wilson 

.Supt. T. A. Kelly 

,.J. A. Stewart 

..E. P. Curry 

.Supt. B. Richardson 

..G. S. Gordon 

.J. M. Grigsby 

.M. F. Yeager 

.J. A. Nabers 

.Supt. W. W. Jenkins. 

.. H. B. Gounger 

..John G. Gose 

,.J. O. Rouse 

.J. W. Akin 

,.A. P. Sphon 

,.0. A. Mills 





..Del Rio 



.. Hunts ville 

. .Hempstead . . . 






.Wichita Falls 


.Georgetown . . 





,, Zapata 


. 4,649 
. 6,263 
. 1.451 
. 636 
. 5.806 
. 6.759 
.. 6.540 
,. 4.766 


ABZLElfE, Taylor Co., pop. 3,411. 

Bimmoiu College; col.; co-ed.; Bapt.; O. H. 
Cooper. LL. D., Free. 
ALBANY, Bhaokelford Co., pop. 990. 

Beynolda Presbjrterian Aeademy; prep.; co-ed.; 
Presb.; H. H. Brltan. Ph. D.. Prin. 
ABUHOTOir, Tarrant Co., pop. 1,079. 

Oarliale Xilitary Academy; boys' mil.; non- 

eect.; est. 1903; J. M. Carlisle. Pres. 

ATHEVB, Henderson Co., pop. 1.235. 

Bruce Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; W. 
H. Bruce, Prln. 
AUSTIN, Travis Co., pop. 22,258. 

Biokler Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
Jacob Blckler. Prln. 

GriActs CcUefe of Commerce; bus. and sten.; 
D. A. GHfBtts. Pres. 

St. Edwards College; col.; men; R. C; est. 
1886: Rev. John T. Boland. C. S. C, 

St. Mary's Academy; girls' boarding; R. C; 
Sister Superior. Prln. 

Samuel Houston College; prep.; co-ed.; M. E.; 
R. S. Lovingood, A. M.. Prln. 

School for Defectives; children and adults; 
non-sect.; Bfrs. E. M. Barrett. M. A., 

School's announcement. — For the mentally 
deficient and physically defective. Kin- 
dergarten methods, manual and indus- 
trial training. The object of the school 
is to Instruct, while caring for. treating 
and training, those children and adults, 
who, because of their defective senses, 
feebleness of mind or body are not able 
to attend the ordinary school or state 
institution. Location a natural health 

Tillotson College (colored) ; prep. ; co-ed. ; 
Cong.: est. 1881; Arthur W. Partch. A. 
B.. President. 

University of Texas; unlv. ; state: co-ed.; est. 
1833; D. F. Houston. M. A.. LL. D.. Pres. 

University of Texas, Law Department; law; 
men: est. 1833; Yancey Lewis. Dean. 
BELTOV, BeU Co., pop. 3.700. 

Baylor Female College; girls' boarding; Bapt.; 
est. 1845; Rev. William A. Wilson, A. 
M.. D. D.. Pres. 
BONHAM, Fannin Co., pop. 5.042. 
Carlton College; girls' boarding; Christ.; est. 
1867; Charles Carlton. Pres. 
BREKHAM, Washington Co.. pop. 5.008. 
Blinn Memorial CcUege; prep.; co-ed.; M, R.; 

C. Dosdall. Prln. 
Evangelical Lutheran College; prep.; co-ed.; 
Bv. L"th..- Prof. P. Zimmermann. Pres. 
BROWNSVILLE, Cameron Co., pop. 6.805. 
Incarnate Word Academy; girU* boarding; R. 

C; Mother Stanislaus. Prln. 
St. Joseph's College; boys' boarding; B. 
C: E. J. O'Callaghan. O. M. I.. Prln. 
BROWNWOOD. Brown Co., pop. 8.965. 
Howard Payne College; col.; co-ed.; Bapt; 
est. 1890: J. H. Grove. A. M., Pres. 
BUFFALO GAP, Taylor Co., pop. 2^0. 
Buffalo Gap College; prep.; co-ed.; Cumb. 
Fresh.; J. D. Clay. Prln. 
CHAPPELL HILL. Washington Co., pop. 813. 
Chappell Hill Female College; girls; M. E. 
So.: P8t. 1852: James E. Willis, A. M., 
CHICO, Wise Co.. pop. 642. 
Male and Female Institute; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.: est. 1800; L. W. Shawnee, Presi- 
CLEBURNE, Johnson Co., pop. 7.493. 
Cleburne Academy; prep.: co-ed.; non-sect.; 
W. W. Lindsley. Prin. 
COMAKCHE, Comanche Co., pop. 2.070. 
Comanche College; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
W. F. Rogors, Ph. D., A. M.. Prin. 
COMMERCE, Hunt Co.. pop. 1,800. 
East Texas Normal College; normal; private; 
co-ed.; eat. 1889: W. L. Mays. A. B.. 
C0R8ICAKA, Navarro Co., pop. 9,313. 
Miller's Seminary, Mrs.; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; Mrs. R. T. Miller, PHn. 
CROCKETT, Houston Co., pop. 2,612. 
Mary Allen Seminary; girls' boarding; Presb.; 
John B. Smith, D. D.. Prln. 
CROWELL. Foard Co., pop. 278. 
Crowell College: prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; H. 
A. Mayers, Prln. 





CVMBY, Hopkins oo., pop. 460. 
Independent Kormal College; normal; private; 

co-ed.; R. L. Taylor, Pres. 
DALLAS, Dallas Co., pop. 42.638. 
Barnes School of Anatomy, Sanitary Soience 

& Embalminf; co-ed.; est. 1800; Carl 

L. Barnes. M. D.. LL. D.. Pres. 
Baylor UniTersity, College of Medicine; mcd.; 

reg.; co-ed.; est. 1901; E. H. Gary, M. 

D., Dean. 
Bell Medical College; med.; reg.; co-ed.; est. 

1004; Arthur C. Bell. M. D., Dean. 
Cambridge School; boys' prep.; non-sect.; est. 

1003; G. H. Brlnkler. M. A.. Prln. 
College of Physicians and Surgeons; med.; 

reg.; co-ed.; est. 1004; Arthur C. Bell, 

A. M.. M. D., Dean. 
Dallas Commercial College; bus. and sten.; 

G. A. Harmon, Pros. 
Dallas Medical tjollege; med.; rog.; men; est. 

1001; nugh L. McNew. M. D., Dean. 
Dallas Telegraph College; tel.; co-cd.; est. 

1887; L. C. Robinson, Pres. 
Laudon Conservatory; mus.; est. 1800; Charles 

W. Landon, Director. 
Metropolitan Business College; bus. and sten.; 

A. Ragland, Pres. 
Physio Medical College of Texas; physio. 

med.; co-ed.; est. 1001; R. L. Spann, M. 

D., Secy. 
TJrsuline Academy; f?irls' boarding; R. C; est. 

1874; Mother M. EvanKelKt. Prioress. 
University of Dallas, Department of Phar- 
macy; phar, ; men; est. 1001; E. G. Eb- 

erle. Dean. 
University of Dallas, Medical Department; 

med.; reg.; men; est. 1900; Charles M. 

Rosser. M. D.. Dean. 
DENISOV, Grayson Co., pop. 11.807. 
Harshaw's Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 

Geo. L. Harshaw. Prin. 
DENTON, Denton Co.. pop. 4.187. 

College of Industrial Arts; induHt. : women; 

est. I»w3; Cree T. Work. President. 
North Texas Normal College; normal; state; 

co-ed.; est. 1001; J. S. Kondnll. A. M.. 

DETROIT, Red River Co., pop. l.O.'W. 
Detroit Normal School; normal; state; co-cd.; 

J. Ray, Fret. 
EDDY, McLennan Co.. pop. 472. 
Eddy Literary and Scientific Institute; prop.; 

co-(»(l. ; non-sect. : J. M. Rodlrkck. Prin. 
International Businees College; bus. and ston. ; 

est. 1800; J. P. Mullln. Pros. 
EL PASO, El Paso Co.. pop. l.''>.00n. 

St. Joseph's Acadeny; elrls' boanllnp: R. 

C; oat. 1S02; SI :t<'r M. Barbara. PrJn. 
FERRIS. Ellis Co., pm». 004. 

Ferris Institute; pr p.; co-ed.; non-sect.; A. 

C. Spcpr. Prln 
FLORENCE. Williamroi Co.. pop. 303. 
Florence College; ]: ;».; co-ed.; non-sect.; W. 

C. Stirling. Pr" . 
FORNEY, Kaufman Co., pop. 1.105. 
Lewis Academy, Th- prop.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 

E. C. Lewis. I'rln. 

FORT WORTH, Tarrant Co., pop. 1.165. 
Draughon's Practical Business College; bus. 

and sten.; C. E. Farmer, B. S., LL. B.. 

Fort Worth Business College; bus. and sten.; 

F. P. Prouitt. Pros. 
Fort Worth University; univ.; co-ed.; M. E.; 

est. 1881; WllUam Fielder, D. D.. Pres. 
Fort Worth University, Law Department; 

law; men; est. 1803; O. S. Lattimore, 

Fort Worth University, Medical Department; 

mod.; rep.; co-ed.; est. 1804; Bacon 

Saunders. LL. D., M. D., Dean. 
Polytechnic College; col.; co-ed.; M. B. So.; 

est. 1801; Rev. IL A. Boaa, M. A., Pres. 
St. Ignatius Academy; girls' boarding; R. C; 

Sister Louise, Prin. 
GALVESTON, Oalve«ton Co., pop. 37.780. 
Draughon's Practical Business College; bus. 

and sten.; J. F. Drau^hon, Pres. 
St. Joseph's Convent; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; 

Sister Mary. Prin. 
St. Mary's University; col.; men; R. C; 

est. 1854; Rev. A. Guyot, Pres. 
University of Texas, Medical Department; 

mod.; reg.; co-cd.; est. 1801; William S. 

Carter, M. D., Dean. 
University of Texas, School of Pharmacy; 

phar.; co-ed.; est. 1893; Dr. W. S. Car- 
ter. Dean. 
Ursuline Convent; girls' boarding; R. C; 

Mother St. Agnes. Prln. 
GEORGETOWN, Williamson Co., pop. 2.700. 
Southwestern University; col.; co-ed.; M. E. 

So.; est. 1S73; Robert Stewart Hyer. A. 

M.. LL. D., Regent. 
GLEN ROSE, Somervell Co., pop. 800. 
Glen Rose Collegiate Institute; prop.; co-ed.; 

Presb.: A. E. nill. Prln. 
GRAPEVINE. Tarrant Co.. pop. 702. 

Grapevine College; pn-p. ; co-ed.; non-sect.; 

fl. T. Bludworth. Prin. 
GREENVILLE. Hunt Co.. pop. C.S60, 

Burleson College; col.; co-ed.; Bapt.; eat. 

180.T: .T. P.. JoluLson. Ph. P.. Pres. 
Denison's Commercial College; bus. and sten.; 

est. 10i».': IT. J. lleiilson. Prin. 
Greenville Business College; bus. and sten.; 

est. 10U2; H. CI. Niblo. A. B., A. M., 

HEARNE, Robertson Co.. pop. 2.120. 

Hearne Academy. Normal and Industrial In- 
stitute: nor. and indust.; co-ed.; Bapt.; 

est. 1*^<^1: Rev. 1). S. Perpener, Pres. 
HENDERSON. Rusk Co.. pop. l.«.-)3. 

Henderson Normal School: nor.; co-ed.; est. 

IS'.MJ: Tln«s'll Dav. A. B.. Prin. 
HOUSTON, Harris Co.. pop. 41, «:;:?. 

Hargis School, Miss: girls' Loarding; nou- 

s<'ct.: Th.' Mlj«ses Hariris. Prius. 
Houston Acadeniy: prt-p. : <ri-od.: Bapt.; est. 

isv.-,: liov. D.iiii.l A. .*^cott. Prln. 
Massey Business College. The: bus. and sten.; 

('. F. Bcut.-l. Pr.s. 
Wheeler Business College: bus. and sten.; 

J. S. C. Adamson, Principal. 





HTJKTSYILLE, Walker Co., pop. 2,486. 
Sam Houiton Normal Institute; normal; state; 
co-ed.; est. 1879; H. C. Pritchett, A. M-, 
JACKSONVILLE, Cherokee Co., pop. 1.568. 
Alexander Collegiate Institute; prep.; co-ed.; 
M. E. So.; Eev. W. K. Strother, M. A., 
JASPER, Jasper Co., pop. 473. 

Southwest Texas College; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; J. H. Synnott, Prln. 
LAKPASAS, Lampassas Co., pop. 2.107. 
St. Dominio's Villa; girls' boarding; R. C; 
est. lUOO; Mother M. Pauline. 
LA PORTE, Harris Co., pop. 637. 

Texas Military Institute; burned. 
LAREDO, Webb Co., pop. 13.429. 

Laredo Seminary; prep.; co-ed.; M. E. So.; 
Miss N. E. Holding. Prln. 
McKINNEY, Collin Co., pop. 4.342. 
Hawthorne College ; prep. ; co-ed. ; non-sect. ; 
H. G. Reed, Prln. 
MARSHALL, Harrison Co., pop. 7.855. 
Bishop College (colored); col.; co-ed.; Bnpt. ; 

Arthur B. Chaffee, Pres*. 
Masonic Institute; girls' boarding; non-sect.; 

W. C. Parham. Prin. 
Wiley University (colored); col.; co-ed.; M. 
E.; est. 1873; Kev. M. W. Dogan, Pres. 
MINDEN, Rusk Co., pop. 227. 
Rook Hill Institute; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
est. 1883; Allen U. Menefeo, Prln. 
MOODY, McLennan Co., pop. 848. 

Central Texas Institute; prop.; co-ed.; non- 
sect. ; S. J. I^wis, Prin. 
MOUNT SYLVAN, Smith Co., pop. 181. 
Rosedale Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
J. W. Adamson, Prin. 
OMEN, Smith Co., pop. 368. 

Summer Hill Business College; bus. and sten.; 

Rev. N. Smylle, Pres. 
Summer Hill School; prep.; ooe-d.; non-sect.; 
A. W. Orr. Prin. 
PARIS, Lamar Co., pop. 9.358. 

Mary Connor Female College; girls' board- 
ing; non-.seet. ; II. R. Abernetby, Prln. 
Paris Female College; girls' boarding; Bapt.; 

T. J. Sims, Prin. 
Southwestern Business College; bus. and sten.; 
W. D. Knight. Proprietor. 
PITTSBURG. Camp Co., pop. 1,783. 

Jeff Davis College; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
est. ISS.'*; S. E. Wat.son. President. 
PRAIRIE VIEW, Waller Co., pop. 100. 

Prairie View State Normal and Industrial 
College; normal; state; co-ed.; E. L. 
BlackHhear. B. A,. Pres. 
RUSK, Cherokee Co., pop. 846. 

East Texas Baptist Institute; prep.; co-od. ; 
B.ipt.; est. 1804: B. W. Vlning, Ph. B., 
Rusk Masonic Institute; prep.; co-ed.; est. 
1S71; C. F. Gibson. Prin. 
SALADO, Bell Co., pop. 471. 

Thomas Arnold High School; prep.; co-ed.; 
noii-se(t. ; S. J. .Tones and T. J. Witt. 
SAN ANTONIO, Bexar Co., pop. 53.. 321. 

Academy of Our Lady of the Lake; girls' 
boarding; R. C; Mother M. Florence, 

Alamo City Gommeroial OoUaffa; bus. and 
sten.; Shafer ft Downey, Presto. 

Harrison Bohool, The; ' boys' boarding; est. 
1903; J. H. and J. E. Harrison. Principals. 

Magruder's School; boys' boarding; non-sect.; 
J. B. Magruder, Prin. 

Peacock's School for Boys; boys' boarding; 
military; non-sect.; Wesley Peacock, Prin. 

St. Louis College; boys' boarding; B. C; 
est. 1894; Brother John Wolf. Pres. 

St. Mary's Hall; girls' "boarding; P. E.: 
Rev. Wallace Caruahan, Prln. 

San Antonio Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; W. B. Seeley. Ph. D., Prin. 

San Antonio Female College; girls' boarding; 
M. E. So.; est. 1894; Rev. J. E. Harri- 
son, Pres. 

We>t Texas Military Academy; boys' board- 
ing; P. E.; est. 1893; Rev. A. W. S. 
Garden. Rector. 
SAN MARCOS, Hays Co., pop. 2.292. 

Coronal Institute; prep.; co-ed.; M. E. So.; 
Rev. Sterling Fisher, Pres. 

Lone Star Business College; bus. and sten.; 
M. C. McGee, Pres. 
SEQUIN, Guadalupe Co., pop. 2.421. 

St. Joseph Academy; prep.; co-ed.; B. C; 
Sisters of the Incarnate Word. 
SHERMAN, Grayson Co., pop. 10,243. 

Austin College; col.; men; Presb. ; est. 1850; 
Rev. Thomas S. Clyce, President. 

North Texas Female College; girls' board- 
ing; Meth.; Mrs. Lucy Kldd Key, Prin. 

Sherman Private School; boys' boarding; non- 
sect.; J. H. Le Tellier, Prin. 
STEPHENVILLE, Erath Co., pop. 1,902. 

John Tarleton College; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; E. E. Bramlette, A. M., Prin. 
TEXARKANA, Bowie Co., pop. 5,256. 

Gate City Medical College; med. ; reg. ; co-ed.; 
est. 1900; J. W. Decker, M. D., Dean. 

Morse School of Telegraphy; tel.; coe-d.; est. 
1903; J. 11. Shulkey, President. 
TYLER, Smith Co., pop. 8,069. 

Tyler College; bus. and sten.; H. E. Byrne. 
VAN ALSTYNE, Grayson Co., pop. 1.940. 

Columbia College ; prep. ; co-ed. ; non-sect. ; W. 
B. Duoan. Prln. 
VICTORIA, Victoria Co., pop. 4,010. 

Nazareth Academy; girls' boarding; R. C. ; 
Sister Mary Agnes. Prln. 
WACO, McLennan Co., pop. 20,686. 

Baylor University; col.; co-ed.; est. 1845; S. 
P. Brooks, A. M.. LL. D.. Pres. 

Central Texas Academy; nor. and prep.; co- 
ed.; est. 10i>2; John W. Strong. D. D., 

The Douglas Schuler School; prep.; co-ed.; 
non-sect. ; S. A. Douglas, Prln. 

Hill's National Business College; bus. and 
sten.; R. 11. Hill. Pres. 

Paul Quinn College (colored); col.; co-ed.; 
A. M. E.: est. 1881; William J. Laws. 
D. P.. President. 

Texas Christian University; col.; co-ed.; 
Christ.; est. 1873; Ely V. ZoUars. A. 
M.. LL. D.. Pres. 




Toby's Praetioal BusinoM CoUere; boB. and 

Bten.; Edward Toby, Prei. 
Waoo Conaervatory Df Muaio; mus. and elo.; 
eat. 1806; W. B. Schimmelpfennig, Di- 
WAXAHAOHIE, EUii Co., pop.. 4.216. 
Trinity TTniTaraity; col.; co-ed.; Oumb. Preab.; 
est. 1869; Arcbelaus E. Turner, Ph. D., 
WEATHEBFORD, Parker Co., pop. 4,786. 
Tezaa Female Seminary; girls* bearding; 
Oumb. Preab.; est. 1900; L. M. Logan, 

Weatherford College; prep.; co-ed.; M. B. 
So.; Darid S. Switxer. Prin. 

WEBTimrBTEB, CoUin Go., pop. 88. 
Westminster College; prep.; co-ed.; IC. B.; 
C. O. Stubbs, Prin. 
WHITEWBIOHT, Oraysoa Co., pop., 1,804. 
Grayson College; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 

est. 1886; H. S. Parsons, President. 
Ursuline Aeademy; prep.; co-ed.; B. C; 

Mother Mary Ursula, Prin. 
West Tens MiUtary Acadamy; military: P. 
R.; John F. Howard, ftupt. 


Population, 276,749. School census, 93,199. School age, 6-18. 

Utah is the forty-third state of the Union in point of population, having a total 
of 270,749 inhabitants, of whom 272,465, or 98.5 per cent, are white. Of this num- 
ber 52,804, or 19. 1 per cent, are foreign born. The percentage of illiteracy of the 
entire population is 3.1 per cent, the state ranking fifth in this respect. The educa- 
tional system of the state is as follows : 


A. C. Nelson, State Superintendent Public Instruction Salt Lake City 

G. M. Marshall, Deputy Superintendent Public Instruction Salt Lake City 

A. C. Matheson, Chief Clerk Salt Lake City 

Miss Chloe Nelson, Assistant Clerk Salt Lake City 


A. C. Nelson, State Superintendent, Chairman Salt Lake City 

J. T. Kingsbury, Secretary Salt Lake City 

W. J. Kerr Logan 

Wm. Aluson Ogden 

D. H. Christensen Salt Lake City 


John C. Cutler, Governor. Salt Lake City 

A. C. Nelson, State Superintendent Public Instruction Salt Lake City 

J. A. Edwards, State Auditor Salt Lake City 

Byron Groo T. D. Rees 

H. BuLLiEN J. A. Melville 


George A. Eaton, President Salt Lake City 

O. M. Mower, Vice-President Springville 

Wm. M. Petterson, Second Vice-President Ogden Qty 


A. C. Nelson, State Superintendent Public Instruction Salt Lake City 

Wm. M. Stewart, Principal of State Normal Salt Lake City 

And the County Superintendents of schools of the respective counties. 


B. W. AsHTON, Supt. Salt Lake County Salt Lake City 

J. L. Brown, Supt. Utah County Provo City 

Wm. Allison, Supt. Ogden Schools Ogden 

D. H. Christenson, Supt. Salt Lake City SaltLakeCity 





A. L. Larson, Supt. Sanpete County Manti 

Mrs. E. Qualbrough, ist Vice-Presi- L. E. Eggertson, 2nd Vice-President. . 
dent W. B. Wilson, Secretary 


County. Superintendent's Name. Address. 

Beaver O. F. McShane Beaver City 

Box Klder Anton E. Jenson Geneva 

Cache J. L. McCarrey Logan 

Carbon H. C. Lee Scofield 

No. of 




Davis E. M. Whitesides I^yton 37 

Emery Seth Allen Castle Dale 18 

Qarfleld S. E. Henrie Panguich 15 

Grand Mrs. Ida M. Wells. Castleton 8 

Iron « James Robb Paragoonah 14 

Juab Geo. A. Sperry Nephi 18 

Kane Miss M. M. Roundy Ranch 6 

Millard Jos. Finlinson Oak City 21 

Morgan Milton Croft Morgan 15 

Piute Wm. Johnson Circieville 10 

Rich Lafayette Rees Randolph 8 

Salt Lake John W. Smith Salt l^ke City 56 

San Juan Lenore Butt Monticello 2 

Sanpete A. L. Larson Ephraim 38 

Sevier P. D. Jenson Monroe 25 

Summit Walter Boyden Coalville 27 

Tooele Wm. S. Leaver Lincoln 14 

Uintah J. Phil Rudy Vernal 21 

Utah L. E. Eggertsen Springville . 

Wasatch Orson Ryan Heber City . 

Washington Chas. A. Workman Virgin City. 

Wayne Ephraims P. Pectol Caineville 

Weber Wm. N. Petterson Ogden City 37 


BEAVEB, Fremont Co. 

Beaver Branch Brigham Young TTniversity ; 
prep.; co-ed.; L. D. S.; est. 1898; An- 
drew B. Anderson. B. Pd. ; D. B., Pres. 
CASTLE DALE, Emery Co., pop. 550. 
Emery State Academy; prep.; cood.; L. D. S. ; 
est. 1800; Silas A. Harris, Prln. 
CEDAR CITY, Iron Co., pop. 1,425. 

Southern Branch of the State Normal School; 
normal; state; coed.; George l)e<rker, Pd. 
B., Priu. 
EPHRAIM, Sanpete Co., pop. 2,0SG. 

Snow Academy; prep.; <-(um1.; L. D. S. ; New- 
ton K. Noyes, Prln. 
LOGAN, Cache Co., iM>p. 5.451. 

Agricultural College of Utah; \\v.\'\.\ state; 
<'o-ed. ; est. ISSS); William J. Ki-rr, I>. S<'., 
Brigham Young College; col.; co-ed.; L. I). 
Saints; est. ISTS; Jamos II. Llnford, B. 
S. B. I>.. Pn».s. 
New Jersey Academy; prej). ; co-ed.; Presb. ; 
est. 1878: John M. Cathrart, A. U., Prln. 
MOUNT PLEASANT, Sanpete Co., pnp. 2..i72. 
Wasatch Academy; prep.; c<»-cd.; Prrsb. ; est. 
1875: K. M. Patterson. A. M.. Prln. 
OGDEN, Weber Co., p..p. l(;i.:il.'{. 

Intermountain Business College; bus. and 

Btcn.; James A. Smith. Pn-s. 
Weber Stake Academy; prtp. ; co-ed.; L. D. 
S.; Duvid 0. McKay, Prin. 

PROVO, Utah Co., pop. 0,185. 

Brigham Young University; <<»1. ; co-ed.; I-At- 
ter Day Saints; George II. Brimhall, 

School's announcement. — A College. A 
Normal Sch«H»l (a > For grade teachers; 
(1)) For kindergarten tea<hers. A l'<»m- 
nUTdal School. A High Schind. A 
S<h<M.l of Mu.'jIc. a S<hool of Arts and 
InduKtricH. A i'reparatory School. 

Procter Academy; pnp. ; co-ed.; Cong.; est. 
18s;;; K<«v. S. II. Goodwin, Prln. 
SALT LAKE CITY, Salt Lake Co., pop. 5.^,5,^l. 

All Hallows College; hoys' hoarding; K. C; 
«-st. isso; U«'V. I. I. (Julnan, S. M., 

Gordon Academy; prep.; rr>-cd. ; Cong.; est, 
JS7S; B. .M. llagen. Prin. 

Inter Mountain School of Correspondence; cor- 
resp. : cord.; est. 11H»2; Moslah Hall, B. 
S.. l)ire<t.>r. 

Lattcr-Day Saints' University; <'ol.; co-ed,; 
L. I). S. ; J. II. Paul, Pres. 

McKoe's Business College; hus. and sten.; J. 
B. M.Kc«'. Pns. 

Pierpont School of Oratory and Physical Cul- 
ture; el", and or.: c-^t. lUo'J: Ml^s Bur- 
ki'lla Ph-no and Miss Gra«-,. Ih-lh- Davis. 

Rowland Hall: girls' boarding; P. K. : Miss 
Clara I. Colburnc, Prin. 




Salt Lake Business College; bus. and sten.; 

Benjamin Goddard. Prin. 
Salt Lake Collegiate Institute; prep.; co-ed.; 

Presb.; est. 1875; George B. Sweazey, 

H. A., Prin. 
State Kormal Sohool; normal; state; co-ed.; 

Wm. M. Stewart, Pros. 
TTniTersity of Utah; univ.; state; co-ed.; est. 

1860; J. T. Kingsbury, Ph. D., D. Sc, 

Xrtah State Normal Kindergarten Training 

Sohool; kind, training; co-ed.; state; est. 
1898; Mary C. May, Director. 
Utah State Sohool of Mines, TTniTersity of 
Utah; tech.; men; state; est. 1895; Jo- 
seph F. Merrill, B. S., Ph. D., Director. 
SPRINOVILLE, Utah Co., pop. 8,422. 
Hungerford Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; Presb.; 
Charles F. Romig, A. B., Prin. 
VERNAL, Uinto Co., pop. 664. 
Uintah Stake Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; L. D. 
S.; est. 1881; Raymond Partridge. Prin. 


Population, 343,641. School census, 80,830. School age, 5-18. 

Vermont is the fortieth state of the Union in point of population, having a total 
oi 343,641 inhabitants, of whom 342,771, or 99.7 per cent, are white. Of this number, 
44,694, or 13 per cent, are foreign born. The percentage of illiteracy of the entire 
population is 5.8 per cent, the state ranking twenty-second in this respect. The 
educational system of the state is as follows: 

Mason S. Stone, Superintendent of Education Montpelier 


Vermont has no School Text-Book Commission officially recognized as a sepa- 
rate board. Free text-books are required to be furnished to public school pupils. 


Prin. Winthrop p. Abbott, President Proctor 

SuPT. Bert E. Merriam, Vice-President Bellows Falls 

Prin. Ernest G. Ham, Secretary Randolph 

Prin. Edward M. Roscoe, Treasurer Springfield 

executive committee. 

SuPT. Clarence H. Dempsey, St. Johnsburg 

Prin Philip R. Leavenworth, State Normal Scftool Castleton 

Prix. Isaac Thomas Burlington 


SuPT. OziAs D. Mathewson Barre 

Prin. D. Y. Comstock, St Johnsbury 

Prin. Harry J. Stannard Barton 


Prin. Merritt D. Chittenden, President Fairfax 

Prin. George S. Wright, Secretary and Treasurer Bethel 

executive committee. 

Prin. Frank J. Sagendorph St. Albans 

Prin. Charles F. Prior Fair Haven 

Sub-Master Carroll H. White Barre 






Addison County Thomas E. Boyce Middlebury. 

Bennington County J. Francis Allison North Benningtoa 

Caledonia County William H. Taylor Hardwick. 

Chittenden County John E. Allen Westford. 

Essex County Mrs. Alida F. Enright Concord. 

Franklin County Franklin H. Dewart St. Albans. 

Grand Isle County Miss Mary Montgomery. . . Isle La Mottc. 

Lamoille County William A. Beebe Morrisville. 

Orange County John M. Comstock Chelsea. 

Orleans County Henry J. Stannard Barton. 

Rutland County vV inthrop P. Abbott Proctor. 

Washington County Oziaf? D. Mathcwson Barre. 

Windham County Herbert D. Ryder Bellows Falls. 

Windsor County Nelson I. Whitehall White River Jet. 

While Vermont has the town, and not the county, system of schools, the ex- 
aminers of teachers perform many of the functions of county superintendents of 
other states. Aside from the examination and certification of teachers, their legal 
duties in connection with summer schools and institutes, appeals from school pat- 
rons, reports to the State Superintendent's office, records of teachers, their giving 
information and advice frequently sought by teachers and school officers, and 
their influential pjosition combine to make them in effect county superintendents 
rather than examiners. 


BAKEBSFIEU), Franklin Ck>., pop. 1.168. 
Brigham Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
Alvan A. Kempton, A. B., Prin. 
BARBE, Washington Co., pop. 8.448. 

aoddaxd Seminary; prep.; co-ed.; Univ.; est. 
1870; Orlando K. HolUster. A. M., Priu. 
BTJRLIH6T0N. Chittenden Co., pop. 18,640. 
Burlington Business College; bus. and sten.; 

B. G. Evans, Pros. 
St. Mary's Academy; prep.; co-ed.; B. C; 

Sisters of Mercy, Prills. 
XTniversity of Vermont and State Agricultural 
College; unlv.; state; co-ed.; est. 1800; 
Matbew H. Buckhnm, D. D.. Pres. 
XTniversity of Vermont, Medical Department; 
med.; reg.; men; est. 1823; B. J. An- 
drews, M. D., Dean. 
CASTLETON, ButUnd Co., pop. 2.089. 
State Normal School; normal; state; co-ed.; 
P. R. Leavenworth, A. B., Prin. 
DANVILLE, Caledonia Co., pop. 1.628. 
Phillips Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
est. 1842; Harvey Burbnnk, Prin. 
DERBY, Orleans Co., pop. 297. 
Derby Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; E. 
EMgeconib, Prin. 
ESSEX, Chittenden Co., pop. 2.203. 

Essex Classical Institute; prop.; co-ed.; non- 
soct. ; est. 1864: James H. Kales. Prin. 
TOHNSON, Lamuiile Co., pop. 687. 
State Normal School; normal; state; co-ed.; 
Edward Day Collins, A. B., Ph. D., Prin. 

LXTDLOW, Windsor Co., pop. 1.464. 
Black RiTer Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect; est. 1835; Franklin E. Heald. B. 
S., Prin. 

LYNDON CENTER, Caledonia Co., pop. 232. 
Lyndon Institute; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
Merritt M. Harris, Prin. 

MANCHESTER, Remington Co., pop. 1,965. 
Burr & Burton Seminary; prep; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; John E. Colburn, Prin. 

MoINDOE FALLS, Caledonia Co., pop. 325. 
Molndoe Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
Carlton I). Howe, A. B., Prin. 

MIDDLEBTTRY, Addison Co., pop. 1,897. 
Middebury College; col.; co-ed.; non-sect.; est. 
1800; Ezra Bralnerd, LL. D., Pres. 

MONTFELIER. Washington Co., pop. 6.266. 
Montpelier Seminary; prep.; co-ed.; M. E.; 
Rev. E. A. Bishop, A. M., D. D., Prin. 

NEW HAVEN, Addison Co., pop. 1.107. 
Beeman Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
Luther A. Brown, Prin. 

NORTH CRAFTSBURY, Orleans Co., pop. 450. 
Craftsbury Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
Lloyd E. Strohm, Prin. 

NORTHFIELD, Washington Co., pop. 1,608. 
Norwich XTniversity; col.; men; non-sect.; est. 
1834; Charles H. Spooner, LL. D., Prea. 





FOULTNET, ButUnd Co., pop. 3,108. 
Troy Conferenoe Academy; prep.; co-ed.; H. 
E.; Charles H. Danton, Prin. 
RANDOLPH CEKTEB, Oran^ Co., pop. 150. 
Randolph State Normal Sohool; normal; state; 
co-ed.; Charles H. Morrill. Prin. 
RXTTLAND, Rutland Co., pop. 11.409. 
Rutland Business Oollese; bus. and sten.; 
L. J. Egelston, Pre*. 
BT. ALBANS, Franklin Co., pop. 6,239. 
St. Mary's Sohool; prep.; co-ed.; R. 0.; Sis- 
ter Eugenia. Prin. 
Villa Barlow Academy; girls* boarding; R. C, 
est. 1889; Sister Mary Magdelen, Supe- 
BT. JOHNSBURT, Caledonia Co., pop. 6,666. 
St. Johnsbury Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; est. 1843; D. Y. Comstock, Prin. 

8AXT0N*8 RIVER, Windham Co., pop. 6S0. 
Vermont Academy; prep.; co-ed.; Bapt.; est. 
1874; John L. Alger. A. M., Prin. 

SOUTH HERO, Grand Isle Co.; pop. 917. 
Maple Lawn Academy; prep.; co-ed.; eat. 
1848; Mrs. Fannie A. SteTens, PrindpaL 

THETFORD, Orange Co., pop. 1,248. 
Thetford Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
J. Richmond Childs, B. A., Prin. 
T0WN8HEND, Windham Co., pop. 888. 
Leland and Gray Seminary; prep.; co-eA.*; 
Bapt., est. 1882; Harris Ward Lewis. 
A. B.. Prin. 

Brattleboro Academy; prep.; 

sect.; Wesley B. Nims, PrindpaL 
Olenwood Classical Institute; doeed. 


Population, 1,854,184. School census, 595i470. School age, 7-20. 

Virginia is the seventeenth state of the Union in point jo£ population, having 
a total of 1,854,184 inhabitants, of whom 1,192,855, or 64.3 per cent, are white. Of 
this number 19,063, or i per cent, are foreign born. The percentage of illiteracy 
of the entire population is 22.9 per cent, the state ranking forty-second in this re- 
spect. The educational system of the state is as follows: 

Joseph Dupuy Eggleston^ Jr., Superintendent of iPublic Instruction Richmond 


Joseph Dupuy Eggleston, Jr., Superintendent of Public Instruction Richmond 

Claude A. Swanson, Governor Richmond 

William A. Anderson, Attorney General Richmond 

Lyon G. Tyler, President of the College of William and Mary Williamsburg 

Charles W. Kent, Professor of English Literature in the University of Vir- 
ginia Charlottesville 

WiLUAM A. Bowles. Superintendent of the Virginia School for the Deaf and 

the Blind Staunton 

Edward C. Glass, Superintendent of Lynchburg City Schools Lynchburg 

John T. West, Supterintendent of Norfolk County Schools Norfolk 

R. C. Stearnes, Secretary to the Board Richmond 



On Readers and Spellers West, Bowles and Glass 

On Grammars and Language Kent, Tyler and Southall 

On Arithmedcs Glass, West and Bowles 

On Geographies Bowles, Anderson and Kent 

On Civil Government Anderson, Montague and Tyler 

On Manual Training, Drawing and Writing Montague, Glass and West 

On History Tyler, Anderson, Kent, Montague and Southall 

On Physiology and Hygiene Dr. Southall 


County. Sapeiintendent's Name. Address. County. 

Alleghany O. G. Joynes Onancock 32.670 

Accomack P. W. Nelson Stony Point 28,473 

Albemarle James E. Clements Ballston 6430 

Alexandria W. W. Pendleton C?liftan Forse 76830 



Fop or 

(bounty. Superintendent's Name. Address. CJounty. 

Amelia Lewis H. Irving Amelia 9,03. 

Amherst C. I.. Scott Amherst 17,864 

Appomattox J. K. Hannah Evergreen tf.WK 

Augusta E. O. Peale Waynesboro 6^,6," 

Bath William C. White Warm Springs 5,595 

Bedford Wm. R. Abbott Bedford City 3U.35C 

Bland D. H. Munsey Bland 6.492 

Botecourt Carv Breckinridge Fincastle 17,161 

Bristol (City) S. R. McChesney Bristol 4.579 

Brunswick W. B. Valentine Lawrenceville 18.217 

Buchanan Thompson Belcher Big Rock 9,692 

Buckingham John A. Twyman Brierhook 15,266 

Buena Vista J. P. McCluer Buena Vista 

Campbell W. L. Garbee Durmid 23,256 

Caroline John Washington Mllford 16.709 

Carroll Elbert McN. Cooley Woodlawn 19,303 

Charles City E. C. Harrison Wcstover 5,040 

Charlotte Charles C. Paris Randolph 15.843 

Charlottesville (City)..., J. W. T^ne Charlottesville 6.449 

Chesterfield W. A. Blankenship Matoaca 18.804 

Clarke C. G. Massev White Post 7,927 

Craig W.O.Martin Newcastle 4,298 

Culpeper James M. Beckham Culpeper 14,123 

Cumberland Chas. W. Dickinson CartersviUe 8,996 

Danville (City) Wm. H. Davis Danville 16.520 

Dickenson W. A. Dyer Nora 7.747 

Dinwiddie E. C. Powell McKinney 15,374 

Elizabeth City John M. Willis Hampton 19,460 

Essex Ed. R. Baird Occupacia 9,701 

Fairfax M. D. Hall Fairfax 18,580 

Fauquier Wm. C. Marshall Warrenton 23,374 

Floyd P. F. Shelton Tindall 16,388 

Fluvanna Thos. H. Shepherd Wilmingrton 9,060 

Franklin H. Dalton Dillard Rocky Mount 26,953 

Frederick M. M. T.ynch Winchester 13,239 

Giles Cha.q. A. Hardwick Newport 10.798 

Gloucester TTerhort L. Bridges Hayes Store 12,832 

Goochland C. W. Dickinson Cartersvllle 9.519 

Grayson j. K. Fulton Summorfield 16,868 

Greene George B. Jennings Ruckersville 6.214 

Greene.sville TTonrv Maclin Belfield 9,768 

Halifax Thos.' E. Barksdale Sutherlin 37,197 

Hanover TT. C. Rodd Beaver Dam 17.618 

Henrico J:i*'kson Davis Richmond 30,062 

Henry W. G. Shackelford Martinsville 19.266 

Highlnnd inrod T.. .Tones Doc Hill 6.647 

Isle of WiRht Gnvin Rawls Carrsville 13,102 

James City TVtor T. Cowles Dlascund 8.688 

King and Queen .T. M. Garnett Indian Neck 9,265 

King Goore:e J.unes A.«^hby Musselman 6,918 

King William Kir^hard W. Fox Duano 8,380 

T^ancaster Frank W. T>ewis Whealton 8.949 

Lee Wm. M. Davidson Jonesville 19,856 

Loudoun T.. M. Shumate I>eesburg 21.948 

LouiFn Frank T. West Tluon 16,617 

T.,unonburg niclnrd H. Mav Lunenburg 11,W6 

Lynchburg fCity) 1^. C. . Glas.9 Lynchburg 18,891 

Marllpon Thomas N. Berry Madison 10.216 

Manchester (City) D. L. Pulliam Manchester 9.715 

Mathpws Tliomas B. Lano T^ort Haywood 8,239 

Mecklonburp: Stnmol T^. Graham AVoodworth. N. C 26.561 

Middlospx John L. TTllllard Streets 8.220 

Monteomory T. IT Stophens Cambrln 16.8S2 

Nansomond t ,>♦» Hrltt Suffolk 23.078 

Xclsftn TT'^nrv T. Harris Lovingston 16,075 

Now TCont Gon. K. Fl^hor Oulntr.n 4.866 

Newport Nrws (City) W. C. Norton Newport News 19.686 

Norfolk (City) R. A. Dobio Norfolk 46,624 

Norfolk Tohn T. West Norfolk 60,780 





Goontf. • Saperintendent's Name. Address. 

Northampton L. L. Nottingham Chesapeake .. 

Northumberlana Giles F. Eubank Village , 

Nottoway Thomas E. Royall Burkeville 

Orange Edmund W. Seott Somersett ... 

Page Charles E. Graves MarksviUe 

Patrick George W. Via Woolwlne ... 

Petersburg Duncan M. Brown Petersburg ... 

Portsmouth (City) John C. Ashton Portsmouth 

Pittsylvania F. B. Watson Chatham 

Powhatan Wm. U. Kennon Subletts 

Prince Edward John H. Davis FarmviUe .... 

Prince George Benjamin Fenner Prince George . 

Princess Anne O. B. Mears Kempsvllle ...., 

Prince William H. M. Clarkson Haymarket .... 

Pulaski David S. Pollock Pulaski 

Radford (City) I-.. W. Irwin Radford 

Rappahannock^ Charles Green Washington .... 

Richmond Joseph W. Chinn, Sr Warsaw , 

Richmond (City) Wm. F. Fox Richmond 

Roanoke E. Cook Salem 

Roanoke (City) Bushrod Rust Roanoke 

Rockbridge Geo. W. Efflnger Lexington , 

Rockingham George H. Hulvey Bridgewater ... 

Russell W. L. Patton Mason's Store 

Scott W. D. Smith Gate City 

Shenandoah J. B. Mclnturff Strasburg 

Smyth B. E. Copenhaver Marion 

Southampton Wm. W. White Silverton .... 

Spotsylvania T. Welch Dew Youngs 

Stafford James Ashby Musselman 

Staunton (City) Francis H. Smith, Jr. Staunton 

Surry L. M. Savedge Alliance 

Sussex Jos. R. Bell Wakefield 

Tazewell P. H. Williams Tazewell 

Warren Gibson E. Roy Front Royal ... 

Warwick Jos. H. Ham Morrison 

Washington Wm. J. BMmondson Glade Spring ... 

Westmoreland Thomas Brown The Hague 

Williamsburg (City) H. N. Phillips Williamsburg .. 

Winchester (City) M. M. Lynch .Winchester 

Wise Raleflgh D. Baker Blgstone Gap 

Wythe George R. Huffard Wytheville 

York ; Jas. S. Phillips Poquoson 

Pop. of 
.... 9.846 
. .1B,433 

... 6,824 
... 7.762 
. 8.384 
... 8.843 
... 7.088 
. 9.289 
... 8,097 

. 8.469 
... 8.837 
... 4.888 
... 9.243 
... 2.044 
... 6.161 
... 7.482 


ABBYYILLE, Mecklenburg Co., pop. 78. 
Blueatone Mission School; prep.; co-ed.; United 

Presb.; est. 1880; C. H. Wilson, A. B.. 

ABIK6D0K, Washington Co., pop. 1.806. 
Abingdon Academy; bays' boarding; non-sect.; 

R. R. Smith, Prin. 
Academy of the Visitation; girls' boarding; 

R. C; Sister Mary Agnes Broaghton. 

Martha Washington OoUege; girls* board- 
ing; M. E. So.; est. 1860; Rer. W. M. 

Dyer, A. M.. Pres. 
Stonewall Jackson Institute; girls* boarding; 

Presb.; est. 1868; Miss Kate M. Hunt. A. 

B.. L. T., Pros. 
ALEXANDRIA. Alexandria Co.. pop. 14.628. 
Episcopal Schools; boys* boarding; P. B.; 

L. M. Blackford, M. A., Prin. 
Potomac Academy; boys' boarding; non-sect.; 

John S. Blackburn, Prln. 

Protestant Episcopal Theological BemiBmry in 
Virginia; theal.; men; P. B.; est 1828; 
Rer. Samuel A. Wallis, D. D.. Acting 

ASHLAND. HanoTor Co., pop. 1.14T. 

Bandolph-Macon College; Col.; men; M. B. 
So.; est. 1832; R. B. Blackwell. A. M.. 
LL. D.. Pres. 

BEDFORD CITT. Bedford Co., pop. 8,416. 
Belmont Seminary; girls* boarding; non-sect.; 

est. 1882; D. W. Read. M. A.. Ptm. 
CoH>perative Female School; girls' boardliiff; 

non-sect.; est. 1808; William A. Parker, 

Randolph Macon Academy; boys* boarding; 

M. E.; E. Sumter Smith. Prin. 

BELLEVXTE, Bedford Co., pop. 27. 

Bellevae High School; boys* boarding; non- 
sect. ; est. 186.6: William R. Abbott. Prln. 





BZKSTYILLE, CIatIm Co., pop. 938. 
B«rr7Tillo Institute; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
Miss Bose Mac Donald, Prin. 
BETHEL ACADEXT, Faoqaler Co., pop. 78. 
Bsthel Military Aoademy; military; non-sect.; 
est. 1806; William M. Kemper. A. B.. 
BLA0X8BUBO, Montfomery Co., pop. 768. 

Virrinia Polyteohnio Institute; tech.; men; 
state; est. 1872; J. H. HcBryde, Ph. D.. 
LL. D., Pres. 
BLA0X8T0VE, Vottoway Co., pop. 685. 
Blaokstone Female Institute; girls' board- 
ing; Meth.; James Cannon, Jr., A. H., 
Hoge Memorial Military Academy; military; 
Presb.; est. 1893; Col. Edward B. Fish- 
bnrne, B. S., Pb. B., Prln. 

BLACK WALNUT, Halifax Co.. pop. 48. 

Cluster Springs Academy; boyn* boarding; 
Presb.; est. 1865; Hampden Wilson, Head 
BOH Ant, Chescerfleld Co., pop. 64. 
Bon Air School; girls' boarding; Meth.; Wil- 
liam Day Smith, Prin. 
BOWUVO OBEEH, Carroll Co., pop. 458. 
Bowling Green Female Seminary; girls' 
boarding; M. E. So.; est. 1807; T. H. 
Phelps. A. M., Prin. 
BBIDOEWATEB, Booklngham Co., pop. 384. 
Bridgewater College; col.; co-ed.; Ger. Bapt. ; 
est. 1884; W. B. Yount, Prcs. 
BBI8T0L, Washington Co.. pop. 4.579. 

Sttllins College; glrln' boarding: M. E. So.; 
est. 1869; W. B. Martin, M. A.. Ph. D.. 
Virginia Institute; girls' boarding: Bapt.; est. 
1884; J. T. Henderson, A. M.. Pros. 
BETJIHOTOK, Xing and Queen Co., pop. 13. 
Bruington Academy; prep.; co-od. ; non-sect.; 
Alex. Flott. Prin. 
BUEKA VISTA, Rockbridge Co.. pop. 2.388. 
Southern Seminary; girls' boarding: Meth.; 
est. 1867; Uev. B. H. Rowe. Prln. 
BUBXEVILLE, Nottoway Co., pop. 510. 

Ingleside Seminary (colored) : glrln' board- 
ing: ProKb. ; i»«t. 1S92: lU*r. Ornhnm C. 
Campbell. M. A., Prln. 
South Side Female Institute; cloRcd. 

CHABLOTTESVILLE, Albemarle Co., pop. 

Brown's TTniversity School; prep.: mon: non- 
sect.; est. 1897; J. Thompson Brown. Jr.. 

Eawlings Institute; girls' boarding; Rnpt. ; 
est. 1856: RcT. H. W. Trlbhle, B. A., 
n. I).. Pros. 

TTnirersity of Virginia: unlv. ; state; mon: 
o«t. lS2.'i: Edwin A. Aldorman. D. C. L.. 
LL. !>.. Prpn. 

University of Virginia, Department of Medi- 
cine: n.^d. : ri'p. : men; i'.*«t. 1S2.'5: V. B. 
Barrlngor. LL. !>.. IVan. 

TTniversity of Virginia, Law School; law; 
mon: »».st. lS2e: W. M. Lllo. IVan. 

TTniversity Sohool; lM)yH' boardlni;; iion-sert.: 
Horace W. Jones. Prln. 

CHASE CITY, Meoklenhurg Co., pop. 542. 
South Side Academy; prep.; co-ed.; Bapt.; 
Edward C. James. Prin. 
CHUKCHLAND, Norfolk Co., pop. 250. 
Chnrchland Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
Charles T. Worth am, Prin. 
CLABEMOKT, Surry Co., pop, 6,565. 
Temperance Industrial and Collegiate Insti- 
tute (colored); prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
est. 1892; John J. Smallwood. D. D., 

C0VE8VILLE, Albemarle Co., pop. 160. 
Cove Academy; boys' boarding; non-sect.; 
Daniel Blain. Prin. 
DANVILLE, PittsylvanU Co., pop. 16.630. 
Danville Commercial College; bus. and sten.; 
o8t. 189.3; J. W. Cook lyid C. S. Wheat- 
ley. Props. 
Danville Military Institute; military; non- 
sect; I. n. Saunders. Prin. 
Randolph-Macon Institute; girls' boarding; 
M. E. So.; Williams Holmes Davis, Prln. 
Roanoke Female College; girls' boarding; 
Bapt.; est. 1859: Robert Edwin Hatton. 
A. M., Ph. D.. Pres. 
DAYTON, Rockingham Co., pop. 425. 

Shenandoah Collegiate Institute and Sohool 
of Music; prpp. ; co-od.: TJ. B.; ^st. 1876; 
Rov. E. U. Iloonshel, Prln. 
DTTRMID. Campbell Co., pop. 53. 

Virginia Theological Sembiary; theol.; co-ed.; 
Bapt.; est. 1888; Q. W. Hayes, A. .M., 

EFFNA, Bland Co., pop. 21. 

Sharon College School; closed. 
EMORY, Washington Co., pop. 184. 

Emory and Henry College; col.; men; M. B. 
So.; P8t. IJ^S; Rov. R. G. Waterhouse. 

D. D., Pros. 

FARMVILLE, Prince Edward Co., pop. 2,471. 
State Female Normal Sohpol; normal'; state; 
women; est. 1884: J. L. Jarman, B. A.. 

FARNHAM. Richmond Co., pop. 58. 
Famham Academy; prop.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 

E. WllllamRon. Prlii. 
FLOYD, Floyd Co., pop. 402. 

Oxford Academy; prop.; co-ed.; Presb.; John 
K. Harris. Prln. 
FORT DEFIANCE, Augusto Co., pop. 43. 

Augusta Military Academy; military; non- 
sort.; Charles S. Rollor. A. M., Prin. 
FRANKLIN. Southampton Co., pop. 1.143. 
Franklin Female Seminary: girls' boarding; 
non-sotf.; vnt. i^mrr, John B. Brewer. A. 
M.. Pros. 
Franklin Military Academy; boys' bosrdlng; 
ii<»n-R«Mt.: II. (l. NolTsIniror. A. M., Prin. 
FREDERICKSBTTRG. Spottiylvania Co., pop. 

Fredericksburg College : ool.: oo-od.; Presh.; 
.St. l*i:>.i; K.v. J. W. R.wbro. D. D., 

FRONT ROYAL. Warren Co.. i»"p. 1.0O5. 
Eastern College; «••«!. ; on-«Ml. : non-soct.; est. 
1V':»: J. S. liruvcr. A. R.. A. M.. Pres. 





Buidolph-llaoon Aoademy; boys' boarding; M. 

E. So.; Charles L. Melton, Prln. 
OLOXrCESTEB, Warren Co., pop. 465. 

aiouoester Academy; boys' boarding; non- 
sect.; John Tabb, Prln. 
aOSDONSVELLE, Orange Co., pop. 603. 
Woodlawn Seminary and Musical Institute; 

girls' boarding; non-sect.; est. 1876; Ed- 
HAMFDEN-SIDKET, Prince Edward Co., pop. 

Hampden-Sidney College; col.; men; Fresh.; 

est. 1776; William H. WhiUng, M. A.. 

HAHPTOK, Elisabeth City Co., pop. 2.764. 
Hampton College; girls* boarding; non-sect.; 

Miss Bessie L. Fltchett, Prln. 
Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute 

(colored); normal and Indust.; state; 

co-ed.; est. 186S: Rev. Hollis B. Frisscll, 

D. D.. LL. D., Prln. 
Spiller Academy; prep.; co-od.; Bapt.; O. 

Edward Read, Prln. 

HEBKDON, Fairfax Co., pop. U92. 
Hemdon Seminary; boys' boarding; P. E.; 
Misses Castleman. Prins. 
HOLLADAY, Spottsylvania. Co., pop. 90. 
Prospect Hill Home School; girls' boarding: 
Presb.; est. 1903; Miss N. E. Scott, Prln. 
HOLLINS, Roanoke Co., pop. 57. 

HoUins Institute; girls' boarding; non-sect.; 
est. 1842; Mary L. Cocke, Pros. 
ntVIKOTOK, Lancaster Co., pop. 1.041. 
Chesapeake Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
est. 1889; D. R. Anderson. M. A., Prln. 
LAWRENCEVILLE, Brunswick Co., pop. 760. 
St. Paul Normal and Industrial School; nor- 
mal; indiist. ; co-od.; P.E.; est. 1888; Rev. 
James S. Russoll, Prin. 
LEBANON, BusseU Co., pop. 325. 
Russell College, The; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
R. M. Copenhavcr, Prln. 
LEWISTON, SpoUsylvani& Co., pop. 27. 

Bel- Air School; prep.; co-cd. ; Presb.; N. B. 
Scott, Prln. 
LEXINGTON, Rock Bridge Co., pop. 3.203. 
▼irginia, Military Institute; mil.; non-sect.; 

est. 1839; Scott Shipp. LL. D., Supt. 
Washington and Lee TTniversity; univ.; men; 
non-sect.: est. 1740; George H. Denny. 
LL, D.. Pres. 
Washington and Lee TTniversity, Law School; 
law; men; est. 1866; W. R. Vance, Ph. 
D., Dean. 
LOCUST DALE, Madison Co., pop. 55. 
Locust Dale Academy; military; non-sect.; 
est. 1858: W. W. Briggs. C. E., Prin. 
LODI, Washington Co., pop. 19. 
Liberty Hall Home School; prep.; co-ed.; 
Prosb.; est. 1866; Allen Jones, Jr.. B. D.. 
ICANASSAS, Prince William Co., pop. 817. 
Manassas Institute; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
•^-rw^rr^*. waarta f?o., pop. 2,04n. 

Marion Female College; girls* boarding; Luth. ; 
est. 1874; Rev. J. J. Scherer. A. M. 

MARKHAM, Fauquier Co., pop. 150. 
CleTcland High School; prep.; co-ed.; P. B.; 
James J. Marshall, Prln. 
MENDOTA, Washington Co., pop. 151. 
Hamilton High School; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; Wm. C. Patton, Prln. 
MILLEB SCHOOL P. 0., Albemarle Co., pop. 84. 
Miller Manual School of Albemarle; tech.; co- 
ed.; noQ-sect.; est. 1878; Stonewall 
Tompkins, M. M. E., Supt. 
MILLWOOD, Clarke Co., pop. 400. 
Clay Hill Academy; boys' boarding; non-sect.; 
WllUam H. Whiting, Jr.. Prtn. 
MOUNT CLINTON, Rockingham Co., pop. 226. 
West Central Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; est. 1891; D. I. Suter, Prin. 
MOUNT CRAWFORD, Rockingham Co., pop. 
Rockingham Military Institute; military; 
non-sect.; F. A. Byerly, Prln. 

Woodbury Forest School; boys* boarding; non- 
sect.; est. 1889; J. Carter Walker, Head 

NEWPORT NEWS, Warwick Co., pop. 19,636. 
Hampton Roads Military Academy; mlUtary; 

non-sect.; B. W. Hoffman, Supt. 
NORFOLK, Norfolk Co., pop. 46,624. 
Leache-Wood Seminary; girls* boarding; non- 
sect.; Miss Agnes D. West, Prln. 
Norfolk Academy; boys' boarding; non-sect.; 

John F. Blackwell, Prln. 
Norfolk Mission Collage; prep.; co-ed.: U. 

Presb.; W. McKlrahan, Prln. 
Phillips and West School for (Hrls, The; girls' 

boarding; non-sect.; Misses Phillips and 

West. Prins. 
St. Mary's Male Academy; boys* boarding; R. 

C; Brother Raymond. Prin. 
Southern Shorthand and Business TTniTorsity; 

bus. and sten.; J. M. Ressler, Prw 

ONONCOCK, Accomac Co., pop. 988. 
Margaret Academy; closed. 

PETERSBURG. Petersburg City Co., pop. 21,810. 

Southern Female College; girls' boarding; non- 
sect.; est. 1863; Arthur Kyle Davis. Pres. 

Virgini> Normal and Industrial Institute; 
^oolorcd); normal and indust.; state; 
co-ed.; est. 1883; J. H. Johnston, Ph. D.. 

LYNCHBURG, Campbell Co., pop. 18.891. 
Piedmont Business College; bus. and sten.; 

est. 1887; J. W. Giles. Pres. 
Smith's Business College; bus. and sten.; T. 

Parker Smith. Pres. 
Randolph-Macon Woman's College; women; 

M. E. So.; est. 1893; Wm. W. Smith. 

A. M.. LL. D.. Pres. 
Virginia Baptist Seminary (colored); prep.; 

co-ed.; Bapt.; George Hayes. Prin. 
Virginia Theological Seminary and College; 

rol. and theol.; co-ed.; Bapt.; Gregory 

V7. n;;i-Da. A M. Proa. 

PORTSMOUTH, Norfolk Co., pop. 17,427. 
Portsmouth Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
W. H. Stokes, PHn. 





St. PauTi. M&la Acudemyj: prep.; boja; R. O. ; 
^'St, lmi^, Brotlier Sijlylclu*, Prla. 
EADFOBDp UontsQinfiry CQt, pop. H,S44. 

fit. Alb&Di SchiMl;^ prep. I boja; boii'tvct.; ett 
IS92; W. H. EaiidDlph. Hflad Uastei-. 
Un. F. O. nets and MiSB E. H. Osbourn, 
EELIAirOE, Wtrnvb Co., t^^. BT. 

IhwuadonJt C^Uftgci; caL; eo-«d.> aotiifrct.; 
eit 18S4J Eev, W. W. CarBOu* A. B.« 

flolLOori AnoQuttCftiBflnt.— FsclUtSeR as 
ifood as can be had far th& jnono^. Rate« 
excee^lngi; low. Board, tuLUf^n. book a. 
lauDdrj, In fact. flU neceaamrx Qipeaiea 
from 1 150 to |226 |)«r sewlon of 40 weeki. 
A select prtfate sfli&ol oCCerlog all the 
adTaoUsea of a hlgb priced ftcbooL 
Course includes Mfttheroatlei, Ntttiiral* 
kl«tital, and Marftl ^trleiice; Latin, Greek, 
FKDCh, GeriDDii* SpunlBb, and EugUib; 
Cutnmiircliil Brancbei. Uu&lc a ii^claltjf 
-»¥ocal and InatTmii«ota) lacludluf PUno, 
Organ* Vlolto, Ualtai-, Mandolin, and 
Bzmn Band. Many Bpattleb apeaiilnff 
studcntfl bflTi? been tnugbt to apealc Kug^ 
llsb InteUtffentlj^ In B or 4 montba, 
ETCHmOHD, Hanrico Co,, po^, EB.mO. 

Aoadamr of tha Yliftatloit^ g^lrls* baiu-ding; 
R. C; SlMttT M. Jus Una PreToat Fdn. 
Baboori aonounaement^— At-adetny of the 
VialtatlOD, Monte Mar^Q, Gtai-e Street, 
bet^'een 22iid and 23rd StreeU. Rleh- 
mond< Vn. Faronta and guardlaiia wbo 
vrlab to aeedre for >oune ladln. In a 
flftftrclmaa boarding aL-biHjl, tbe beneflla of 
m. aollil and re fined (Education, with ma- 
ternal anpervlalon over tbc'tr healtiti, 
niioraja and mannera, will hATt no re anon 
to re^ritt their cbolce of the Monte 
Maria Aoademj. On tbe retired and 
bealthr heiffhta of Richmond, In tulld- 
iDga enlarged to admit oddUtlonnl appU- 
eanta, the puplla enioj ample gronni)s» 
pictureaque Tlewa, and eTcry facility un- 
der BD approTed ayatem and an cfflelent 
rorpa of teacbflra, for tbelr contentment 
and pntcreaa, 

Davla'a Bobool, Miia; prep,; co-ed,; nonaeet^; 
eat. IStn); Mim May P. DaTla, Prlii. 

Hutahom Memoria.! Callag« (colored); col. and 
nor.; LijrJuat.; women; Bapt.; eat. 1S83; 
KeT. I.yniiin B* Tefft, A. M,t D. D», Prea. 

MoGuiro'i ITaiTerilty Bcbool; prep.; boy«; 
non-sect.; eat. 1865; J(*d Peyton Mis 
Gdlre, Prln. 

MaditMLl €oUac« af VtrgiBia; tned.; reg.; men; 
eat. 1838; Gbrlatopber Tompkins, M. D., 

V^Uay's Selko«t for Boya; boys* boarding; 
non-sect; G. M. Nolley, Prln. 

Rtchmond Buimei* College j boi. and aten.; 
eat IftOS; J, B. Ormea. B. A., Prlii. 

Blohinond Collage; col.; men; Bapt; est 
!833; P, W. BoatwrJght. LL. D., Pre*. 

BteEmond CtelleffSt Law flobool; law; men; eat. 
ISTO; F. W. Boatwrlgbt LL, D.. Dean* 

Blebitioiid CoQaarratory of Ifnaio; mosLc; co- 
ed.; eat 11M)4; Ftank Eugene Caiby* Di- 

it, Matj'm Ban«diotiBe loatitute; gtria' boards 

(ng; 11. C: est ISlO; Siater M. Qertrade. 

flmitbdeal Bucineas College; bna. and aten.; 

eat. 1S07; G. M. SmLtbdeal, M. Accta.* 

ITniTarilty CoUega of Medicine; m<>d.; reg.; 

men; est. ISO^r J- AllLaon Hodges, M, D<, 

ITnloa Tlieolorioal Semiiauy in VlrginU; 

theoL; men: Freab.: est IS 12; Walter W* 

MtKjre, D. t>., LL. D., Prea. 
VniTertity GoUere of Medlaina, Sant^l Ba- 

psrtment; dent; men; cat, 1803; J, Al- 

llaon llfKlKCH, Bean. 
UniTsrKity Collags of Medicine* Bapartmeai 

of Pharmacy; pbur; co-ed*; eat lHS3j 

Stuart MeGidre. Prea. 
TlrgiDia Hachanio'i Inatituta Night S^ho^l *f 

Technology; tqcb.; men; mm sect.; eat. 

1S64; W. J. Wbttcvhgrst, Pres. 
Tiiflni* School of Bentiitiy, Medical Collar* 

of Virginia: dent.: men. t-et 1807; Cbrlsto- 

pher Timjpklns. Dean. 
Virginia Bchool cf Pbarmacy, Madio^l Coll«ga 

of Virginia: pliar. ; men; eat JS0T; Cbria' 

topher Tompkins, Dean. 
Virginia Unian UniTcriltF (loloi-ed): cot and 

tbffoj,; men: Bsipt.; e«t. 180B; George R, 

HoTcy, D. r,, Pres. 
Wefttmiiuter Freabyterian Sobool; girla* 

iKnardlng:; PrpRb.: eat. liH>1; Miaa Oarrln 

Lee Campbell^ Frln. 
RIBGEWAT, Hanry Co., pop. 332. 
RidgBway Inatitnto; prep,; co-ed.; non-aeet; 

cBt. mQ5[ Tims, C, Nonn. Prln. 
ROANOKE, EoanolEO Cb,, pop, 2tJ0«i, 
Allegbeny Academy; *']ii«c>d. 
HationAl BnaLnaBB CoUegei biia. nod aten.; 

E. M. Con Her. Prea. 
EITRAL R£TREAT, Wytbo Co,, pop. SUO, 
Sawkina Chapal Xnstftnte; prep,; co-rd.; iioa- 

gALEM, Roanokia Co,, pop, 3,412. 
Eouiokn Collega; wL; men; Lyth.; eat» l»53j 

Jobn A. M or eh end, A. M*t D- D., Prea. 
BCHITEXEB, Nelion Co., pop. IS. 

Elelii1»rg High School i girls' boardlngj | 

Preab. ; MUsea Walles, Prtn* 
8COTTSBirE<3^. Halifax Co., pop. TSU. 
Scoitaburg Korm&l Bahool; prep. ^ co-ed.? noo- 

aect.: C, R. Halrflpld, Prin. 
BOtTTH SOSTOK, Halifmx Co,, pop, 1,8SL 
South Boston Female Ijtalttot«; glrla* b«fi 

Ing; nonaeet.; J, P. Smead, Prtn, 
SPOTTiWOOB, Augoata Go,, pnp, m. 
Valley High Bcbool; prep.; co-ed,; non-seet.; 

Jamea M. Maaon. Frin. 
tTAlTNTON, Anguata. Co., pop 7.2m. 
BuniMora Boaineaa Gollagv; bun. nnd sten,! 

J. G. DmiBmore, Frea. 
Btaimton Male nAcademy; rlom^d. 
Stanstoa Milftary Aoadamy; military; 

aect;. Wm. H, Kable, Siipt 
Mary BaJdwis Initltute, Tbe; glrl«* boardtnf 

non-aoct.t Hlaa E. G. Weimar, Prln, 
Ttrgfnia femala Ihatitsda; giria* boatdlmi P» 

B. ; Mlaa Marin Ppndletoii Ddtal, Prlai. 





BTBABBXJRa, Shenandoali Co., pop. 600. 

StTMburg Institute ; closed. 
STTTART, Patrick Co., pop. 871. 

Stuart Normal College; normal; prirate; co* 
ed.; I. A. Briggs. Pres. 

SUFFOLK, Kansemond Co., pop. 3.827. 
Kansemond Seminary; girls' boardinf; P. B.; 

Mrs. Lucy H. Qolmby. Prln. 
St. Paul's TTniTersalist Mission; prep.; co-ed.; 

Univ.; T. B. Wise, Prln. 
BufTolk College; girls' boarding; Meth.; Sally 

A. rinney. Prin. 
WEST POINT, King WUliam Co., pop. 1.807. 
West Point Seminary and Normal Institute; 

girls' boarding; non-sect.; J. T. Bethel, 

M. A.. B. D.. Prin. 
WILLIAMSBUBG, James City Co., pop. 2.044. 
College of William and Mary; cot; lUte; 

men; est. 1603. 
WINCHESTER, Frederick Co., pop. 6.161. 
Episcopal Female College; girls* boarding; 

P. E.; est. 1874; A. M. Smith. A. M., 

Fairfax College; closed. 
Shenandoah Valley Academy; boys' boarding; 

non-sect.; J. B. Lorett, Prin. 
Valley Female College; girls' boarding; H. B. 

So.; est. 1874; Rev. John P. Hyde, D. D., 

LL. D.. Pres. 
WISE, Wise Co., pop. 511. 
aiadeville College; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 

R. J. Darls, Prin. 

WOODLAWN, Carroll Co., pop. 76. 
Woodlawn Normal Institute ; nor. ; co-ed. ; non- 
sect.; eat. 1887; Wm. V. Hurt and W. R. 
Jones, Prins. 
WOODSTOCK, Shenandoah Co., pop. 1.060. 

Massanutten Academy; prep.; co-ed.; Re- 
formed; est. 1809; Rev. R. Raymond 
Jones. M. A., Pros. 
Suffolk Institute; boys' boarding; non-sect.; 
A. P. Kelly, Prln. 
TAZEWELL, Tazewell Co., pop. 1.006. 
Dodge's Business College; bus. and sten.; est. 
1808; J. H. Dodge. Pres. 
TJRSirS, Orayson Co., pop. 30. 
Elk Creek Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-s^ct.; 
M. L. Roark, Prin. 
WABRENTON, Fauquier Co., pop. 1,627. 
Fauquier Institute; girls' boarding; non-sect.; 
George G. Butler, A. M., Prin. 

WAYNESBORO, Augusta Co., pop. 856. 

Fishbume Military School; military; non-sect.; 
est. 1870; James A. Flahburne, A. B., 

School's announcement. — ^Teachers: able, 
experienced, fultliful. Pupils: only truth- 
ful, pure, manly boys wanted. Number 
limited. Location: "Valley of Virginia," 
elera^ed. healthful, accessible, at junc- 
tion two lending rjillroads. Health and 
eomfort of pupils carefully looked after. 
Pvplls from New York. Michigan, etc., to 
Texas, write for Catalogue. 


Population, 800,000. School census, 196,347. School age, 5-21. 

Washington is the thirty-third state of the Union in point of population, hav- 
ing a total of 800,000 inhabitants, of whom 496,304, or 95.8 per cent, are white. 
Of this number 102,125, or 197 per cent, are foreign bom. The percentage of illit- 
eracy of the entire population is 3.1 per cent, the state ranking fourth in this re- 
spect. The educational system of the state is as follows : 


R. B. Bryan, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Olympia 

F. M. McCuLLY, Assistant Superintendent Olympia 

H. B. Dewey, Deputy Olympia 


R. B. Bryan, Ex-OMcio President Olympia 

J. M. Shepherd, Secretary Walla Walla 

P. A. WnjJAMS Aberdeen 

T. A. Stiger Everett 

J. A. ToRMEY Spokane 

The school funds, school lands, etc., are handled by the State Land Commis- 
sion. This commission consists of E. W. Ross, State Land Commissioner, Oljmipia; 
Sam H. Nichols, Secretary of State, Olympia, and R. B. Bryan, Superintendent of 
Public Instruction, Olympia. 

Washington has no School Text-Book Commission. In 1901 the law requiring 
state adoption of text books was repealed, to take effect in 1905. Prior to that 
time text books had been adopted by the State Board of Education. 


Enoch A. Bryan. President Pullman 

O. C. Whitney, Secretary Tacoma 


No. of 
Toiinty. Superintendent's Name. Address. Dlstrlct^i 

Adams W. J. Tensing Ritzville 78 

Asotin ^Trs. Lillian C. Merchant. . Vsotin 26 

Benton ^V. T. Walton Montesano 70 

Chvhiilis 1^. Riste Wenatchee 38 

Cholan Marlin K. Risley Port Angeles 46 

Clallam J. W. Gilkey Prosaer 





Goontj. Supertntendent's Name. Addreu. 

Benton J. W. Gilkey Prosser 

Clarke Milton Prichard Vancouver 

Columbia C. B. Leatherman Dayton 

COwlitz H. A. Taylor Kalama 

Douglas E. P. Elliot Watervllle 

Ferry Marie Stack Republic 

Franklin E. R. Doughty Pasco 

Garfield Vloleta Smith Pomerov 

Island Miss Clare Comstock Coupevflle 

Jefferson John D. Phillips Pore Townsend 

King Thomas P. Storey Seattle 

Kitsap C. E. Beach Port Orchard .. 

Kittitas Hoyt F. Blair Ellensburg 

Klickitat Miss Emma T. Clanton Goldendale 

Lewis R. E. Bennett Chehalls 

Lincoln Miss Margaret Craig Davenport 

Mason Mrs. Fannie Champlin . . . Shelton 

Okanogan W. E. Gamble Conconully 

Pacific Miss Josie H. Bush South Bend 

Pierce L. L. Benbow Tacoma 

San Juan Miss Nellie Sweeney Friday Harbor 

Skagit J. Guy Lowman Mount Vernon . 

Skamania A. C. Sly Stevenson 

Snohomish Thomas F. Stlger EN^erett 

Spokane M. B. Watkins Spokane 

Stevens F. Leo Grinstead OolviUe 

Thurston Fred J. Brown Olmpia 

Wahkiakum Miss Maude Kimball Cathlamet 

Walla Walla Grant S. Bond Walla Walla ... 

Whatcom Richard J. Schusman Whatcom 

Whitman N. D. Showalter Colfax 

Yakima Jacob A. Jacobson North Yakima . 

No. of 

. 78 
. 51 
. 67 
. 96 
. 13 
. 21 
. 37 
. 18 
. 20 
. 49 
. 37 
.. 69 
. 42 
,. 48 
. 47 
,. 99 

. 77 
. 16 
. 87 
. 69 
. 22 
. 69 
. 78 


BELLIHaHAlC, Whatcom Ck>. 
State Kormal Bohool; nor.; state; co-ed.; est. 
1890; Edward T. Matbes. Prin. 
BURTON, KiBff Co., pop. 76. 
yaahon OoUefe; coL; co-ed.; oon-s9ct; est. 
1892; Ber. John M. Foster. D. D., Pre^ 
UHEHET, Spokane Co., pop. 781. 
State Konnal School; normal; state; co-eO.; 
Harry M. Staafer. M. S.. A, H., Pres. 
COLLEGE PLACE, Walla Walla Co., pop. 79. 
Walla Walla CoUere; prep.; co-ed.; SeTenth 
D. AdT.; est. 1892; J. L. Kaj, Pres. 
ELLEirSBUBG, Xittilaa Co., pop. 1.787. 
Washington State Kormal School; normal; 
state; co-ed.; W. E. Wilson, Pres. 
EYEBETT, Snohomish Co., pop. 7,838. 
Eyerett Commercial OoUefe; bas. and sten.; 

A. E. Flowers, Pres. 

MOBTH TAXIMA, Takima Co., pop. 3,164. 
Woodcock Academy; prep.; co-ed.; Cong.; 

B. M. Edwards, Prin. 
OLTXPIA, Thurston Co., pop. 8.868. 

Providence Academy; prep.; co-ed.; B. 0.; 
Sister M. Wilfrid. Prin. 
PABKLAKD, Pierce Co., pop. 150. 

Pacific Lutiieran Academy; prep.; co-ed.; 

Luth.; est. 1891; W. J. Hong. A. B., Prin. 

PITLLMAV. Whitman Oe., pop. 1.806. 

Waahingten State College; agrl. and tech.; 

state; co-ed.; est. 1892; Bnoch A. ^TUii 

A. M.. LL. D., Pna. 

Washington State College, School of Phar- 

nuicy; ptaar.; co-ed.; est. 1906; George H. 

Watt, Dean. 
Washington Stote College, School of Yeteri- 

nary Science; yet.; men; est. 1899; S. B. 

Nelson. Dean. 

BOSS, King Co., pop. 220. 
Seattle Seminary; prep.; co-ed.; Free Meth.; 
C. N. Bertels, Prin. 

SEATTLE. King Co., pop. 80.671. 

Academy of the Holy Name; girls' boarding; 
B. 0.; Sister M. Leontlne, Superior. 

Alkl Academy; closed. 

Acme Business College; bus. and sten.; est. 
1888; F. B. McLaren. Pres. 

Leo's Business College; bus. and sten.; est. 
1802; Ernest Leo, Pres. 

Seattle Seminary; prep.; co-ed.; Free Hetb.; 
Clark W. Sbay. Prin. 

TTniyersity of Washington; nnir.; state; co- 
ed.; est. 1861; Tbomas F. Kane, Ph. D., 

TTnirersity of Washington, Law School; law; 
co-ed.; est. 1899; John T. Condon. Dean. 

TTniTersity of Washington, School of Phar- 
macy; pbar.; co-ed.; est. 1894; Charles 
W. Johnson. Pb. C. Pb. D.. Dean. 

Wilson's Modem Business College; bos. and 
sten.; Judson P. Wilson, Pres. 

T. M. C. A. Institute; prep.; boys; «>*enlng; 
est. 1899; Harold A. Woodcock. '*! Di- 





itfOHOMISH, Snohomiah Co., pop. 2.101. 

Paget Sound Academy; prep.; co-ed.; Gong.: 
est. 1886; Wm. Wortb'lngton, A. B.. B. D.. 
SOUTH PARK, Xing Co., pop. 660. 

College of Our Lady of Lourdei; boys' board- 
ing; B. C; Brother PblUp. Prin. 
SPOKANE, Spokane Co., pop. 36.848. 

Academy of Holy Names; girls' boarding; 
B. C; SUter Mary Alodia. Prin. 

Brunot Hall; girls' boarding; Epis.; Julia 
P. Bailey. Prin. 

Engelhom Business College; bus. and sten.; 
Herman T. Engelhom, Pres. 

Oonsaga College; col.; men; R. C; est. 1887; 
F. C. Dillon, S. J., Pres. 

Lyon Boarding School for Boys; boys' board- 
ing; non-sect.; est. 1898; Jumes Lyon. 

Northwestern Business College; bus. and sten.; 
M. M. HIgley, Pres. 

Payne's Mandolin and Guitar School; music; 
co-ed.; est. 1890; Lester Payne, Prln. 

Walton College of Expression; elo. and or.; 
music; co-ed.; est. 1902; Leo Walton, Di- 

School's announcement. — This college em- 
braces the following ten complete schools, 
with full courses of study In each: 
School of Law, School of Oratory, School 
of Dramatic Action, School of Music, 
School of the Bible, School of Literature, 
School of Languages, School of Sales- 
manship, School of Voice and School of 
Philosophy. Competent corps of instruc- 
tors In charge of each school. Students 
may enter any of these courses at any 
time. Holders of a complete two years' 
scholarship may participate in all other 

TACOHA, Pierce Co., pop. 87,714. 
Universitj of Paget Sound; col.; co-ed.; M. 

B.; eet. 1908; Ber. Edwin M. BandeU. 

D. D., Pres. 
Tacoma Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-eect.; 

A. P. Powelson, Prin. 
Annie Wright Seminary; girls' boarding; P. 

E.; est. 1884; Miss Cora L. Fitch. Prln. 
Tacoma Business College; boa. and sten.; 

W. K. Shoemaker, Pres. 
Washington Business College; bna. and iten.; 

est. 1904; D. M. Knauf, Pres. 
Whitworth College; col.; co-ed.; Presb.; eat. 

1890: Rer. Barend H. Kroeze, A. B., A. 

M.. Pres. 
VANCOmrER, Clarke Co., pop. 3.126. 

Providence Academy; prep.; co-ed.; B. C; 

est. 1872; Sister M. Melanle. Prin. 
St. James' College; col.; men; R. C; eat. 

1856; Rev. Brother Florinua. Pres. 
WAITSBURG, Walla Walla Co., pop. 1.011. 
Waitsburg Academy; prep.; co-ed.; D. Praib.; 

est. 1886; Frank CarroU Chalfant. A. B.. 


WALLA WALLA, Walla Walla Co., pop. 10,- 

De La' Salle Institate; boyi' boarding; B. 

C. ; Brother Jasper, Prin. 
Empire Business College; boa. and iten.; 

Wm. P. Underwood, Pres. 
Walla Walla College; col.; Seventh Day Adv.; 

coed.; est. 1892; M. E. Cady, A. B.. Pres. 
Whitman College; col.; co-ed.; Gong.; eat. 

1860; Rev. Stephens B. L. Penrose. B. D., 



St. Francis Regis School; boys' boarding; 
R. C; A. van dor Velden, Prin. 

WHATCOM, Whatcom Co., pop. 6,884. 
State Normal School; normal; state; co-ed.: 
est. 1899; E. T. Mathes. Ph. D.. Prin. 


Population, 1,021,106. School census, 326,240. School age, 6-21. 

West Virginia Is the twenty-eighth state of the Union in point of popislation, 
having a total of 1,021,106 inhabitants, of whom 915^33, or 95.5 per cent, are white. 
Of this number 22,379, or 2.4 per cent, are foreign born. The percentage of illit- 
eracy of the entire population is 11.4 per cent, the state ranking thirty-third in this 
respect. The educational system of the state is as follows: 

M. P. Shawkey, Chief Clerk Charleston 

D. E. Miller, Statistical Clerk Charleston 

Thos. C. Miller, State Superintendent of Schools Charleston 



Term expires Sept. i, 1907. 

U. S. Fleming, President Parkersburg 

R. A. Armstrong, Secretary Morgantown 

C. E. Carrigan Benwood 

JosiAH Keely Montgomery 

C. R. Murray Piedmont 


Wm. M. O. Dawson, ex-officio Charlstoil 

Thos. C. Miller, State Superintendent of Schools Charleston 

A. C. Scherr, State Auditor Charleston 

Peter Silman, State Treasurer Charleston 


There is no state supervision over the adoption of text books. Authority is 
vested in the local boards or the voters of the respective counties, being optional 
with them. 


Thos. C. Miller, State Superintendent of Schools Charleston 


A. T. Wilkinson, Pff Jk/^fi/ Grafton Frank B. Trotter, Vice-President 

Joseph Rosier, Secretary Fairmont H. F. Flesh man, FiV^-Pr^*w/«i* 

Geo. S. Laidley, Treasurer L. J. Corbly, Vice-President 




OoQiit7. Superintendent's Name. Addresa. Couotjr. 

Barbour A. G. Jenkins Philippl 14.198 

Berkeley E. H. Tabler MarUnsburgr 19,469 

Boone A. G. Hagrer Danville 8.194 

Braxton E. B. Duffleld Sutton 18.904 

Brooke Geo. W. UoKg Wellsburg 7.219 

Cabell Ira F. Hatfield Inez 29,252 

Calhoun Wellengton Lester Pink 10.266 

Clav H. L. Morris Crosby 8,248 

Doddridge O. A. Ashbum West Union 18,689 

Fayette W. S. Johnson Red Star 31.987 

Gilmer Worthy Davis-. Cedarville 11.762 

Grant J. L. Rexroad Arthur 7,275 

Greenbrier Ta W. Burns Meadowbluff 20,683 

Hampshire E. W. Noland Levels 11*806 

Hancock T. M. Cochran New Cumberland 6,693 

Hardy L. S. Halterman Lost River 8,449 

Harrison L. Wayraan Ogden Adamston 27.690 

Jackson J. D. Cooper Sherman 22.987 

Jefferson J. A. Engle Harper's Ferry 15.935 

Kanawha M. H. Eplin Marmet 54,696 

Lewis Lloyd O. Losh Weston 16,980 

Lincoln ^W. C. Holstein Slota 16.434 

Logan A. G. McComas Big Creek 6,955 

Marion Carter L. Faust Fairmont 32,430 

Marshall J. D. Parriott Cameron 26.444 

Mason C A. Green Ashton 24.142 

Mercer J. H. Gadd Princeton 23.023 

Mineral Geo. S. Arnold Burlington 12.883 

Mingo Chas. H. Ellis Williamson 11.369 

Monongalia Tessp Henrv Morgautown 19,049 

Monroe B. F. Hoylman Second Creek 13.130 

Morgan IT. S. G. Potter Munson 7.294 

McDowell F. C. Cook Welch 18.747 

Nicholas S. C. Dotson Summersville 11.403 

Ohio Geo. S. Biggs West Liberty 48.024 

Pendleton W. S. Dunkle Circlevllle 9.167 

Pleasants A. W. Tx)cke Maxwell 9.345 

Pocahontas T. B. Grimes lobelia 8.572 

Preston A. W. Carrico Rowlesburg 22.727 

Putnam J. C. Fish Winfleld 17.330 

Raleigh G. W^. Tompson Odd 12.436 

Randolph W. J. Long Valley Bend 17.670 

Ritchie L. H. Hayhurst Goose Creek 18.901 

Roane N. L. Chancey Reedy 19.862 

Rummers Geo. W. Lilly HInton 16.266 

Taylor Dpllet Newlon SimDson 14,978 

Tucker Chas. U. Adams Hambleton W,4^ 

TvlPr T>. Ti. Talkington Alvv 18.262 

Upsher W. S. Mick Buckhannon 14.696 

Wavne T^ G. Sansom Wayne 28.619 

Webster Gafncf Chapman W^ebster Springs 8.862 

Wetzel S. L. T,oner Kndlcott 22.880 

Wirt T. F TTnverty Elizabeth 10.284 

Wood '^V. T. Cochran Parkersburg 84.452 

Wyoming R. Wade Cook Rock View 8.380 


ALDEB80N, Monroe Co.. pon. R18. 

Alleffhany Gollegriate Institute: prep.; cn-ed.; 
M. E.t Rev. B. A. RIppey. M. A.. Prin. 

Aldenon Academy, The; prop.; co-ed.; Miss 

Bmmfl Alderson. Prln. 

ATHEK8. Meroer Co., pop. 139. 

Oonoord State Vormal School; normal; state; 
co-ed.: A. 8. Thorn. Prln. 
BAKBOUBSYILLE. Oab«U Co.. pop. 429. 

Xoxrifl Harray CoUat*! col.; co-ed.; M. B.; 

So.: est. 1RSS: p. W. Shaw. A. M.. Prea. 
BFCKLEY, Raleigh Co.. pop. 342. 
Beckley Seminary; prep.: co-ed.; non-aecC.; 
Rornard H. White, Prin. 
BETHANY, Brooke Co., pop. 245. 
Bethany College: col.: co-ed.; Christ.; est. 
1*^41: T. R. Cramblet. LL. D.. Prea, 
BLTTEFIEU). Meroer Co., pop. 4.644. 
Blnefleld Colored Institote (colored); nonnal; 
state; co-ed.; HajBllton Hatter. Prln. 





BXrOKHAVHOV, Vpthur Co., pop. 1.688. 
BemiiMir7 School of Bosineu; huB. and ston.; 
Geo. W. Broyles. Pres. 
Sohoors annoonooment. — ^Highest grade 
bosliiess school in the Soath. Competent 
and efficient teachers. Three year coarse 
In commerce. Special courses In book- 
keepliiK, stenography, and penmanship. 
Taltlon per term of 14 weeks |16. 
Wasleyaa XTnlYersity of West Yirgiiiia; unlT.; 
co-ed.; M. E.; est. 1890; John Wier. H. 
A., D. D., Pres. 
BTnEUfSYILLE, Braxton Co., pop. 318. 
John Weir. Prln. 
BomsTilla Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
Q. F. Queen, Prln. 
CHABLE8T0V, Kanawha Co.. pop. 11.009. 
Capital City Commercial College; bus. and 
sten.; W. B. Elliott, Pres. 
CSABLE8T0WN, Jefferson Co., pop. 2,892. 
Fowhattan College; girls' boarding; non-sect.; 

8. P. Hatton, Prln. 
Stephenson Seminary; prep.; co-ed.; Presb.; 
C. N. Campbell. D. D.. Prin. 
CLABX8BXJB0, Harrison Co., pop. 4,050. 
Broaddus Classical and Soientillc Institnte; 
prep.; co-ed.; Bapt. ; L. B. Moore, Acting 
Wast Virginia Business CoUega; bos. and 
sten.; est. 1902; G. C. Flnley. Pres. 
ELIZABETH, Wirt Co., pop. 657. 
Seminary and Business School; prep.; co-ed.; 
non-sect.; A. S. Lee, Prln. 
ELKIHS, Randolph Co., pop. 2.016. 
Davis and Elkins College; prep.; co-ed.; Boy. 
Frederick H. Barron, Pres. 

FAntMOlTT, Marion Co., pop. 5,655. 
Elliott Commercial School; bus. and sten.; 

Walter M. Evans. Pres. 
Fairmont State Normal School; normal; state; 
co-ed.; est. 1867; U. S. Fleming, Prln. 
F AYETTE V 1 1 J.E, Fayette Co., pop. 413. 
Fayetteville Academy; prep.; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; H. G. Robertson. Prln. 
OLENYILLE. Gilmer Co., pap. .398. 
Olenville State Normal School; normal; state; 

co-ed.; John C. Shaw, Prln. 
West Virginia Colored Institute (colored); 
normal; state; co-ed.; W. J. Hodden, 
LL. B., Pres. 

HABPE&'S FEBBY, Jefferson Co., pop. 896. 

Storer College; normal; private; co-ed.; Bapt.; 
est. 1867: Henry T. McDonald, A. M., 
Ph. B.. Pres. 
HTTNTINGTON. Cabell Co., pop. 11,923. 

Marahall Business College; bus. and sten.; 
mal; state; co-ed.; L. J. Gorbly, A. B.. 
A. M., Prin. 

Marshall College State Normal School; nor- 
mal; state; co-ed.; L. J. Crosby, Pres. 

OrSTITXTTE, Kanawha Co., pop. 25. 

West Virginia Colored Zaatitiita (colored); 
noprmal; state; co-ed.; J. HcH. Jones, 
LEWISBUBG, Greenbrier Co., pop. 872. 

Greenbrier Academy; boys' boarding; non- 
sect.; Gordon R. Houston, Prin. 

Lewisburg Female Institnte; girls' boarding; 
Preab.: est. 1876; R. L. Telford. Pres. 
MOBGAKTOWN, MonongalU Co., pop. 1.896. 

West Virginia XTniversity; unlY.; state; co- 
ed.; est. 1868; D. B. Purinton. Ph. D., 
LL. D., Pres. 

West Virginia XTniversity, College of Law; 
law; men; est. 1878; St. George T. 
Brooke. LL. D., Acting Dean. 
PABKEBSBUBG, Wood Co., pop. 11.703. 

Academy of the Viaitation; girls' boarding; 
R. C; Sister M. Xavier Reilly. Prin. 
PRINCETON, Mercer Co., pop. 628. 

Princeton Collegiate Institnte; prep.; co-ed.; 
M. E.; est. 1883; WlUiam 8. Cox, A. B., 
ROMNEY, Hampshire Co., pop. 680. 

Potomac Seminary; prep.; co-ed.; Presb.; 
J. C. Hodgson. Prln. 
SALEM, Harrison Co., pop. 746. 

Salem College; prep.; co-ed.; Seventh D. 
Bapt.; Theo. L. Gardiner. D. D., Prln. 
SHEPHEBDSTOWN, Jefferson Co., pop. 1,184. 

Shepherd College State Normal Bohool; nor- 
mal; state; co-ed.; J. G. Knnttl, A. H., 
SITMMEBSVILLE, Nicholas Co., pop. 228. 

Summersville Normal School; normal; private; 

co-ed.; W. G. Brown, Prea. 

WEST LIBEBTY, Ohio Co., pop. 298. 

West Liberty State Normal School; normal; 
state; co-ed.; est. 1870; Lorain Fortney; 
Ph. D., LL. B., Prln. 
WHEELING, Ohio Co., pop. 38.878. 

Elliott Commercial School (branch schools In 
Charleston and Glarkaburg); bus. and 
sten.; W. B. ElUott. Pres. 

Linsly Institute; boys* boarding; non-sect.; 
Balne B. Dent. Prin. 

Mount de Chantsil Female Academy; girls' 
boarding; R. C; Sister M. Xavier, Prin. 

St. Joseph's Academy; girls' boarding; R. C; 
est. 1865; Mother M. Llguorl, Prln. 

Wheeling Business College; bus., sten. and 
tel.; est. 1860; A. M. Stevenson, President. 
School's announcement. — Complete courses 
In Buslnes's. Stenography. Telegraphy and 
Railroad Station Training. Modem equip- 
ment, Including Railroad Billing machines 
of the latest model. Employs eleven able 
teachers In various departments. No va- 
cations. Course in Bookkeeping and 
Shorthand. $45.00; Telegraphy and Ball- 
road Station work, |60.00. Graduates as- 
sisted in securing positions. Write for 
catalogue. A. M. Stevenson, Pres. L. B. 
Edgar, Treas. 


Population, 2,069,042. School census, 623,910. School age, 4-2a 

Wisconsin is the thirteenth state of the Union in point of population, having a 
total of 2,069,042 inhabitants, of whom 2,057,911, or 74.6 per cent, are white. Of 
this number 515,705, or 24.9 per cent, are foreign born. The percentage of illiteracy 
of the entire population is 4.7 per cent, the state ranking fifteenth in this respect 
The educational system of the state is as follows : 


C P. Gary, Superintendent Public Instruction Madison 

J. B. Borden, Assistant State Superintendent Madison 

Chas. L. Harper, Chief Clerk Madison 

Geo. H. Drewry, State School Inspector Madison 

Walter H. Hunt, State School Inspector Madison 

Anna E. Schaffer, Inspector of Schools for the Deaf Madison 

Maud Barnett, Library Clerk. Madison 

Winona Merrick, Index and Filing Gerk Madison 

The state exercises no supervision over text-book adoption, authority being 
vested in the local boards or the voters of the respective counties, and being op- 
tional with them. 

Wisconsin has no State Reading Circle Board, but iT.jkes generous provi- ' 
sion for the building up of school libraries, setting asi^ , for district libraries ten 
cents for every pupil enrolled. 


C. E. McLennegan, President Milwaukee 

C. W. Rittenberg, Treasurer Whitewater 

Katherinb Williams, Secretary Milwaukee 


County. Superintendent's Name. Address. DtsMcts. 

Adams John P. Lewis Friendship 84 

Ashland Wm. L. Schuppert Gllddpn 19 

Barron T. H. Lage Barron 126 

Bayfleld Jessie N. Smith Washburn 46 

Brown John B. Pournler Gre^n Bay, R. R, 6 8< 

Buffalo Wm. J. Eberwein Alma 91 

Burnett Mabel Ahlstrom Grantsburgr 61 

Calumet Leo P. Fox Chilton 68 

Chippewa Angellne Prine Chippewa Falls 186 

Clark A. O. Rhea Thorp 184 




No. of 
County. Superintendent's Name. AddreM. Districts. 

Columbia 8. C. Cushman Portaere 146 

Crawford Orville B. Porter Wauzeka 98 

Dane, 1st Diet Sylvanus Ames Stougrhton 127 

Dane, 2d Dist Quy Ives Black Earth 128 

Dodge John Kelley Juneau 190 

Door J. A. Eichlngrer Sturgeon Bay 68 

Douglas A. N. Young Rockmont 14 

Dunn Jennie N. Brackett Elk Mound 129 

Bau Claire Lura A. Burce Eau Claire 81 

Florence J. S. Penberthy Florence 12 

Fond du Lac Alfred B. Adamson Fond du Lac 168 

Forest H. A. Kamm Crandon 14 

Gates Charles H. Nye Lancaster 220 

Grant J. Carl Penn Monroe 121 

Green Geo. V. Kelley Princeton 62 

Green Lake T. E. Bray DodgeviUe 129 

Iowa A. L. Buggies Hurley 17 

Iron Norma J. Relyea Black River Falls 102 

Jackson J. A. Haselwood Jefferson 127 

Jefferson Roll Harrison Mauston 112 

Juneau John Kerwin Silver Lake 68 

Kenosha W. H. Drissen Kewaunee 67 

Kewaunee B. F. Oltman West Salem 71 

La Crosse E. R. Patterrson Darlington 126 

LaFayette A. H. Arveson Antigo 68 

Langlade J. H. Hamlin Merrill 61 

Lincoln W. E. Larson Manitowoc 112 

Manitowoc W. J. Farrell Wausau 180 

Marathon R. C. Ramsay Peshtigo 63 

Marinette Jerome E. Wheelock Westfield 63 

Marquette Jesse F. Cory Milwaukee 72 

Milwaukee M. M. Haney Glendale 144 

Monroe Marlon A. Taylor Oconto 80 

Oconto P. M. Mason Rhinelander 53 

Oneida A. G. Meating Appleton 122 

Outagamie Rlcard F. Beger Fredonia 59 

Ozaukee Lucy Spooner Durand 89 

Pepin Geo. W. Weldon Ellsworth Ill 

Pierce C. W. Monty St. Croix Falls 114 

Polk John A. Karnopp Almond 106 

Portage May McNely Phillips 74 

Price Geo. J. Zimmerman Union Grove 75 

Racine R.H.Burns Richland Center 122 

Richland C. H. Hermingway Janesvllle 82 

Rock, 1st dist O. D. Antlsdel Afton 86 

Rock. 2d dist W. N. Mackln Ladysmlth 60 

St. Croix H. A. Anne Baldwin 127 

Sauk G. F. Snyder Baraboo 168 

Sawyer Effie M. Harrington Hajrward 18 

Shawano L. D. Roberts Shawano 118 

Sheboygan Jos. N. Kennedy Elkhart 112 

Taylor A. J. Eatton Medford 70 

Trempealeau Cornelia Campbell Osseo 110 

Vernon H. L. Gardner Viroqua 154 

Vilas Grant Cook Eagle River 12 

Walworth J. G. Voss Klkhorn 119 

Washburn J. G. Adams Spooner 60 

Washington Frank Bucklln West Bend 99 

Waukesha Julia R. Rockafellow ....Waukesha 117 

Waupaca W. E. Smith Manawa 127 

Waushara Tosten Thompson Wautoma 99 

Winnebago Geo. Overton Oshkosh 96 

Wood Robert Morris Arpin 100 


ALBIOV, Dana Co., pop. 184. 
Lutheran Aoadamy; prep.; co-ed.; Lothersn; 
est. 1864; Ber. D. G. BIstad. Prlii. 

AFPLETON. Outagamie Co., pop. 15.088. 
est. 1901: John T. Bashey. Prin. 
Appleton Business CoUsft; bus. and stsn.; 





L«WT«nL* iTiiiTHntty; col. ; eo-ed.: If. B.; «it. 
1847; Bpt. Simgel Plnnti, t>* D.* Prei. 
IlBULAK^, A^hlMid €o,, pop. 1S,DT4. 
Gordfiji'B BuAlatuB Coll9ff«; bas. and iteo.; 

ITortli WU^QTuin Agidemj-i prep, r eo-ed. ; 

BEATia DAM, Dodg« Co,, pop, a.l2S. 
WayUnd AoademFi &r#P- ; do-cd,! Bapt.; 
«ftt 1S54; Edwlu P. BruWB. A. B.. Prlo* 
BlXOrr, Eook Co.p pop. 10.430. 
Bftloit BuAiiLAU Collare; bun. and iteii.) L. A. 

Maj-tid^ Frea. 
BAlolt CoUego; coL; co-ed. » non-acct.; ««t 
1S47; Bev. Kdward O. Eaton, »- P,, 
LLv D,. Pras. 
CHIPFEWA FAILS. Ghippow* Co., pop, S,eS4. 
Chippewa FaUi BumLnoM GoUfl^e ; bUH. aiid 
ftten. ; C, Q. Howlpson, Prus. 
I>El.AfI£X^, Wmukesh* Co,, pt^p. 201. 
tt. Jolm'i KiUUry Academy; mlUtJirj: P. B.; 
eet, 18S0; Ryv. Sldnrr T. Smith, D. D.. 
3. T. D., Pli. 0>* Prea. 
XIIPEATOB, Haniiiatte Co., pop. 12S. 
EndflATor AdadAsay! prep.: o<x-e4.; Cotiir.; nt. 
1S01; W»lti?r M; ElJli, A. B.. B. D.. 
ETAKBYILLE, Roek Cu,, pap. 1,SQ4. 
Bfanivillft Btmlnmr?, Tbo; pntp,'^ co-ed. i fVee 
UettL.; a U. SuDford. PHn. 
FOHB BU LAO, Foad Du Lao Cq,. pop, IHJIQ. 
Qrarton Hall; fLrl«' bnardioKt F, B. t ««t. 
1886; Canon B. Tallsot Bog^w, U. A.. B, 
D,. W«rd(^n. 

Soh^ori anaAuaeainaDt. -— Academic — 
CoU^i^lBte — Four Courniffl. Music — Art — 
Domenttc ScltDC«. Tbe aim of tbe acbool 
la to ppdTlde a tborougb trAlnlng for rItIa 
AQd the brcutdeat «»du<fntlmml jidrnnUf!;^!;* 
for joang ladlea. It prt^pAres for blgbc^r 
iDatltutloQH of learn In jT and provides m 
liberal educatlOD In Mnalc. Art* and 
Belle- lettrea. 
W%AMKLm, Shfrborffan Co.. pep. 103. 
mail on fiouta; eoL; co^ed.; Reformed; eit 
ISSa; BeT. H. A. Mnelbmeler. Pre*. 
HALEBVUXEt 7¥«mpflal«au Co.« pop. SSZ. 

Oala CoUfiffA; prep.: co^^.; Lutb.; eat. 1804; 
Lars M. 01mini?BUd, A, B.. Pre*. 
OftEOr BAY. Brown C«m pop. 18.6^4. 
OrMn Bay BiiitB«« Coll»g«; bus. and ateii.; 
E. F. QalDtat Prea. 
HILLSIBE, Iowa Co., pop. 23. 
HllUidv Home Baboal; prep,: co^ed.; nan-aeet.; 
pHt. 1S&7; LIcijd Jotipa Sliters, Prlna. and 
I AJTEflYILLE, B«ok Co,, pop. 1SJ3&. 
Ttl»titln«*a Bohool of Talorrapby; tos. and 
•tciii.; Rlcbard Valentine, Prea. 
KEVOiBA, Hoaoalia 0<i,p pop. 11.0049. 
Kemper HaU: aitlM* boardlaff; P. B.; Sister 

Snperlor, Prln. 
Kanosba OolI«s« «f Ootsmenie; bu«. and atra.; 
Otis U Ttetutrr* Fn«. 

1.A CBOSSE, La Qrosia Qui, pop. 2S.^S. 

Wluonftin Bnilnfifti I7nif»rpltj; bns. and steo.^ 
F. J. Toland. Frta. 
MADIBail, Bane Co., pop. 10.154. 

Capital Collega: bua. and atitn.; est, ISbflj 

B. H. Boyd, Proa. 

iaofod Heart Aeademf; gtrla* boardlagi B. 0,; 

Mother Beglnuld, Prtn. 
D^aivanitr of WiiooiLaiii; untr.. at&te; f?o-ed.; 

eat. 1^8^ Chnrlee B. Van Hlae, Pb, D., 

LL. D., Pr^«. 
fTninraity of Wlaoonaio, College of Law; law; 

co-ed. ; eat. IB^Br H. S. Hiibarda, Dean. 
tFatToraity of Wiaconaiat Sobool of Phar- 

maojr; pbar.; co-ud,: cat. ISSS; Edward 

Ivrmeris. Dean. 
WlaoonJiin Academy; prpp.; co-ed.; non-sect,; 

cat. 3SS&: Charlotte B. Blchmond. Prin. 
MARINETTE. Marinette Qq., pop. ICJOS. 

MarbiDtte BuaineaB CoUeige; bus. and aten. ^ 

T. K. HtitchUon, Prea. 
Bt* BCary'i Academy; irlrls' boarding; B, C. 

i^l^tcr Mary Oonjcalva, Frln. 
M£»DMOKTE, Duna Co., t»P- b.eflO. 

Stoat Ttmlninf B^boola; normal; «Hed.; dod- 

aect.; eet, 1001; L. D. Harrej, Bupt- 
HILTCK, Book Co., pop. 6S&. 
MUton College; coL; co-od.; Screntl) D. Bapt.: 

eat, 1844; Reir. Wtrs. 0. Daland, U. A.. 

D. D.. Fits. 
MILWAUHEE, Milwaukee Co,, pop. 3S5,S1&. 
Concordia College; col.; men: Lnth. ; est. 

1981; Ber. M. J, F. AlbreehL Pre«, 

State St. 
Cream Gity BuiIaoss College; bua, and sten.; 

H. A. Brown and W. W. Way* Prea,. Gtb 

flLfT. Mack nik. 
German-EngliiLb Aoademy; prep.; cn-edrt uoa 

aect.; ent. 1851; Mai Grl^^bacb, Director. 

B5S Br<>a(lway. 
Hoffman^ a Metropolitan Bnaineat Callege; bna 

SDd aten.; O. A. Hoffman, Pre*,, Metro 

poUtan Blk. 
Holy Angela Aoademy; girls' botrdlng; B. C, 

eat. IBS2; Sister Superior, Pfla. 
Laaohe Institute of Fementotogy; brewing. 

<:'0-ed.; tat. ISM; Alfred /. M. Laacbf 


BcbooUs annonncementa — Conrac of Inatruc- 

tlon by correspondence or fn attendauM^ 1 

In tbe dlEfL^ri^nt brancbea of the fermenta- 
tion InduRtrlct. Special course tn Com- 
mercial Analyaea, Food Analysea. By 

glene and Unitary Science, and Bac^ 

terlology will fi* given to atnrtcnts who 

can meet tbe regnlred atondnrd of prir 

11ml Dsry edurstlun. Prospectus sent npcrr 

Kai^netto College- cot.; men; B. C.; e«t^ 

18<54; BeT. A. J. Burro wefi. Pre*,* OoP.l) 

StatP and inth Sta, 
May era Commercial College; cloaed. 
Mllwankea Academy; boya' boar^tng:; nov 

nan-Bffct.; eat. iMiti; JuUna Boward Prstt* 

Jr.. Pb. D., Prln. 
Mllwauke«-Downer CoUegO; girts' boardtns 

Con«-. and Presb.; est. 1B95; Mlaa B|]»d 

C. SalilD. A. U-t Pra-, Hartford, «r. 
Downer Ava. 





XUwMikM Law School; law; men; I^nn 8. 
Pease, A. B.. LL. B.. Pre*.; ISO WIs- 
eonslii St. 
Xllwaiikee Madioal Collage; med.; reg.; co- 

M.; eat. 1894; Wm. Henry Barlea, B. 

8c.. M. D.. Free., cor. 0th ft Wells St. 
MUwankaa Madioal OoUefo, Dental Depart- 
ment; dent.; co-ed.: eat. 1894; H. L. 

Banzhaf, Dean, Cor. Wells and Otb Sta. 
MUwankee Xadioal OoUofo, Department of 

Fharmaoy; phar.; co-ed.; est. 1000; B. 

B. W. Sommer, Dean, Cor. Wells and 0th 

Milwaukee Telegraph School; tel.; co-ed.; est. 

1897; R. J. Goad. Free., Germania Bldg. 
National Oerman-Amerioan Tea«hera' Semi- 
nary; normal; private; co-ed.; est. 1878; 

Max Qriebsch. Director. 558 Broadway. 
Bhende's Bnaineaa College and Drafting 

Sohool; bos., sten. and tech.; est. 1889; 

Anton Rheade. Frln.. 529 Chesnat St. 
Spenoerian Business College; bus. and sten.; 

R. G. Spencer, Free., Wisconsin, n. e. 

cor. Broadway. 
State Vormal Sohool; normal; atate; co-ed.; 

Chas. McKenny, Prea., Cor. Wells and 

18th Sta. 
Wilmot Busineaa College; bas. and sten.; est. 

1881 : H. M. Wilmot. Frin.. 106 Maaon St. 
Wiaoonain College of Phyaioiana and Burgeona; 

med.; reg.; co-ed.; eat. 1893; A. H. 

L(»nnga. M. D.. Dean. 
Wisoonsin College of Physioians and Surgeons, 

Dental Department; dent.; co-ed.; est. 

1899; Louis J. Stephan. Dean. Cor. 4th 

St. and Reaerrolr Ave. 
ICOinrT CALYABT. Fend Du Lao Co., pop. 846. 
St. Lawrenoe College; boys* boarding; R. C; 

Joseph Wald. Fres. 
VASHOTAH, Waukesha Co., pop. 81. 
Kashotah House; theol. ; men: F. E.; est. 

1842: Rev. William W. Webb, M. A., 

B. S., D. D.. Fres. 
OSHXOSH, Winnehago Co., pop. 28.284. 
Railway Telegraph Institute; tel. and R. R. 

bua.; H. D. Barrls. Mgr. 
St. Peter'a School; prep.: co-ed.; R. C; est. 

1868; Rev. Father O'Malley. Frln. 
State Vormal Sohool; normal; state; co-ed.; 

Rufus H. Halsey. A. B.. Fres. 
Williams Business College; bus. and sten.; 

co-ed.; est. 1888; Chas. Bohannon, Frln. 
PLATTEYILLE, Grant Co., pop. 8.340. 
PlattoTille Business College; bus. and sten.; 

J. Alcock. Fres. 
State Normal School; normal; state; co-ed.; 

est. 1866; Frof. J. W. Livingston, Frln. 
PORTAGE, Columbia Co., pop. 5.459. 
Story's College of Commeroe and Training 

Sohool; bus. and sten.; H. A. Story, Fres. 
POYKETTE, Columbia Co., pop. 633. 

Po3mette Presbyterial Academy; prep.; co-ed.; 

FroBb.; est. 1885; Ralph Melvln Smith, 

B. A.. Frln. 
P&AI&IE DXr CUIEH, Crawford Co., pop. 


OoUsge of the Saored Heart; boys* boarding; 

R. C; est. 1880; Rev. John Ulrlc Heinzle, 

S. J.. Fres. 
St. Mary's Aoademy; girls* boarding; R. C; 

Sister M. Serapbia, Frln. 
RACIHE, Baeine Co., pop. 29,102. 
Eaat Park Sohool; closed. 
Grammar Sohool of Racine College; boys' 

boarding; F. E.; Henry D. Robinson, 

Home Sohool, The; closed. 
St. Catharine's Aoademy; girls' boarding; B. 

C; Mother M. Hyacintha, Frin. 
Winaoonain Buaineaa College; bus. and sten.; 

G. F. Moore, Fres. 
RlPOir, Fond du Lac Co., pop. 3.818. 
Bipon College; col.; co-ed.; non-sect.; est. 

1851; Richard Cecil Hoghea, A. M.. D. 

D., Free. 

RIYEB FALLS, Pieroe Co., pop. 2,008. 
State Vormal Sohool; normal; state; co-ed.; 
W. J. Brier. Fres. 
BOOHESTEB, Racine Co., pop. 206. 
Boohester Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; Cong.; est. 
1878; Ernest C. Toan, Frin. 
ST. FBAVCIS, MUwaukee Co., pop. 742. 
Catholio Hormal Sohool; nor.; men; R. C; 

est. 1870; Rev. M. J. Lochemes, Pres. 
St. Franois Seminary; boys' boarding; R. C; 
Joseph Rainer, Prin. 
SCAHDINAVIA, Waupr.oa Co., pop. 320. 
SoandinaTia Aoademy; prep.; co-ed.; Luth.; 
eat. 1893; Rev. N. N. Ease, S. T. B.. 
SHAWAirO, Shawano Co., iM>p. 1,863. 
Sacred Heart Parochial Sohool; prep.; co-ed.; 
R. C; est. 1880; Rev. L. C. Becker. Fres. 
SHEBOYGAir, Sheboygan Co., pop. 22.962. 
Sheboygan Business College; bus. and sten.; 

est. 1887; Marvin Wlllard. Mgr. 
State Business CoUegre; bus. and sten.; est 

1902; M. V. Milam. Fres. 
Wisoonsin Business College; bus. and sten.; 
H. O. Thompson. Sec. 
SnrSINAWA, Grant Co., pop. 103. 
St. Clair College; girls' boarding; R. C. 
est. 1854; Mother Mary Emily Fewer, O. 
S. D.. Frln. 
STEVEKS POINT, Portoge Co., pop. 9,524. 
State Normal Sohool; normal; state; co-ed.; 

T. B. Fray. Fres. 
Stevens Point Business Collage; bus. and 
sten.; W. E. Allen. Fres. 
SUPERIOR, Douglaa Co., pop. 31.091. 

New Era Business College; bus. and sten.; 

est. 1899; John F. Simon. Fres. 
Parsons' Business University and Expert 
Shorthand School; bus. and aten. ; est. 
1004; Abdloll Farsnns. A. M.. Fres. 
State Normal Sohool; normal; state; co-ed.; 
eat. 1896; I. C. McNeill. Prea. 
TOMAH, Monroe Co., pop. 2.840. 
Tomah Indian Industrial Training Sohool; 
gov't. Industrial school for Indians; co- 
ed.; est. 1892; Llndley M. Comptoa. 





WATESTOWV, Jafferton Co., pop. 8,487. 
VorthwMten XTniTartity; col.; men; Lafh.; 

est. 1865; Angust B. Ernst, Pres. 
Baored Heart College; boys* boarding; B. 0.; 

Supt. P. J. Carroll, Pres. 
Wisconsin Business College; bas. and sten.; 
est. 1903; H. O. Thompson, 8ec7. 

WAirXESEA, Waukesha Co., pop. 7,410. 
Carroll College; col.; co-ed.; Presb.; Rer. 

Wilbur O. Carrier, D. D., Pres. 
Waukesha Busineaa College; closed. 

WAtrSAXr, Karathon Co., pop. 12.854. 

Karathon County. Training School of Agri- 
culture and Domestic Economy; normal; 
state; co-ed.; est. 1809; R. B. Johns. 
Ph. B.. Agr. B., Prin. 
St. Mary's School; prep.; co-ed.; R. C; est. 

1883; Rgt. P. S. Gasper, Pres. 
Wausau Business College; bus. and sten.; 

G. M. Boyles, Pres. 
Wausau Business XTniTersity; bus. and sten.; 

^B. P. Davis. Pres. 

WHITEWATER. Walworth Co., pop. 8.406. 
State Normal School; normal; state; co-ed.; 
Albert Salisbury, Pb. D.. Pres. 


Population, 92,531. School census, 22,000. School age, 6-21. 

Wyoming is the forty-ninth state of the Union in point of population, having 
a total of 92,531 inhabitants, of whom 89,051, or 96.2 per cent, are whites. Of this 
number, 16,582, or 17.9 per cent, are foreign born. The percentage of illiteracy ol 
the entire population is 4 per cent, the state ranking eighth in this respect 

Thomas T. Tynan, State Superintendent of Public Instruction .Cheyenne 


Gonnty. Sapeiintendcnt's Name. Address. Districts. 

Albany Emma H. Knight Laramie 2B 

Bigr Horn E. C. Hoover Basin 29 

Carbon Roberta B. Robnett Saratoga 23 

Converse .eors:e Cudebec Glen Rock IS 

Crook Jennie Davis Sundance 14 

Fremont Allie Davis Lander 20 

Johnson Margaret Lothian Buffalo 10 

Laramie Alice M. Sampson Cheyenne 12 

Natrona Eflfte M. Cummingrs Casper 12 

Sheridan Edith S. Worthington Sheridan 25 

Sweetwater Chas. H. Nellor Green River 10 

Uinta Iva R. Thomas Pt. Bridger 28 

Weston -fxnna C. Miller Newcastle 8 


BIO HORK, Sheridan Co., pnp. 154. 
Wyoming Collegiate Ingtitute; closed. 

OHETEHKE, Laramie Co., pop. 14.087. 
Academy of the Holy Child Jeans; girls' 
boarding; R. C; Mother Mary Oonzaga. 

Cheyenne Businesi College; bus. and sten.; 
D. G. Royer. Prea. 

LARAMIE, Albany Co., pop. «.207. 
University of Wyoming; uniY.; state; co-ed.; 

P8t. 1887; Frederick M. Tisdel, Ph. D., 

Wyoming State Normal School; normal; state; 

co-ed.; John Franklin Brown, Ph. D., 


SHERIDAN, Sheridan Co., pop. 1.6B0. 
Sheridan Collega; dosed. 


Population, 5»37i,05i. Area, 3,456.3 Sq. Mi. 

Comprises seven provinces, as follows: Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, New 
Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Manitoba, British G>lunibia and the Northwest 


By the British North American act of 1867 the right to legislate on matters 
respecting education was left to the governments of the four provinces (Ontario, 
Quebec, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick), which were then united under the 
general name of Dominion of Canada. The same right has been assured also to the 
Provinces that have since entered the confederation (Prince Edward Island, Mani- 
toba, British Columbia, Northwest Territories). 

The first system of public education organized in the provinces, that of Ontario, 
was distinctively a system under public or governmental control, and as such has 
been the model followed more or less closely by all the other Provinces excepting 

This system embodies features drawn from the school systems of New England 
and New York, but it differs from these especially by the larger provision for cen- 
tralized control. The educational systems of the respective provinces, and their 
colleges and other higher institutions of learning, are as follows : 


Ontario maintains a comprehensive system of education extending froni the 
kindergartens (introduced into the system in 1882, now numbering 120, with an 
enrollment of 11,234 pupils) 10 the provincial university, which derives a portion 
of its income ($118,000 in 1900) from public lands and under a recent law (uni- 
versity act of 1900) must report annually to the lieutenant-governor. The char- 
acteristic features of the system are the centralized control, securing uniformity 
of standards and school equipment throughout the provinces; the very equitable 
regulations in regard to separate schools for Roman Catholic and for Protestant 
pupils, where desired; the provision for assuring the professional training of all 
teachers, and the close correlation of the several grades of schools by means of well- 
considered courses of study, uniform text-books, and examinations conducted by 
the central authority. 

The apex of the system is the university at Toronto, which comprises the Uni- 
versity Colcge and ten other faculties and departments, namely. Law, Medicine, Arts, 
Agriculture, Pedagogy, Dentistry, Music, Pharmacy, Applied Science, and Engi- 


BELLEVILLE, Hattinn Diitriot, pop. 9,117. 
Albert College; col.; M. E.; co-ed.; est. 

1757; W. P. Dyer, M. A., D. D., Free. 
Ontario Bueiness College ; bos. and sten.; est. 
186S; W. B. BobinsoD, J. W. Jobneon. F. 
0. A., Prlns. 
BEBLDT, Waterloo Distriot, pop. 0.747. 

Berlin Buaineae College; bus. and sten.; est. 

1899; W. D. Euler. Pres. 
St. Jerome's College; boys' boarding; R. C; 
est. ISeO; A. L. Zingen. M. A., Ph. M., 
BBAKTFORD. Brant Distriot, pop. 16.619. 

Brantford Ladies' College; girls' boarding; est. 
1874; number of students, 70 to 140. 
BROCKVILLE, pop. 8.940. 

BrookriUe Business College; bus. and sten.; 
est. 1880; Charles W. Gay, Prln. 
CHATHAM, pop. 9.068. 

Canada Business College; bus. and sten.; est. 
1876: Duncan MrLaohlan. Pres. 
DEEB PABK, York District, pop. 311. 
Upper Canada College; boys' boarding; non- 
sect.; est. 1829; IT. W. Anden. M. A.. 
OALT, Wellington District, pop. 7.866. 
Gait Business College; bus. and sten.; ost. 
1897; W. E. Brown. Prln. 
OTTELPH, Wellington Distriot, pop. 11.496. 

Ontario Agricultural College; agri. ; • non-aect. ; 
co-ed.; est. 1874; G. C. Creelman, B. S. 
A., M. S.. Pres. 

HAMILTON, Wentworth District, pop. 52.634. 

Wesleyan Ladies' College; girls' boarding; est. 
1860; number of students. 144. 
XnrOSTON, Frontenac District, pop. 17.961. 

Dominion Institute of Amalgamated Engineer- 
ing; te<'h.; men; Sir Sanford Fleming. 
Pres.; Prof. Carr Harris. Gen. Secy. 

Kingston Conservatory of Music and School of 
Elocution and Lecture; music; co-ed.; non- 
sect.; est. 1892; O. F. Selgmann. Director 
of Music. Aleda V. Selgmann. B. E.. Di- 
rector Elocution. 

Queen's XTniyersity; col.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 
est. 1841; Daniel M. Gordon. M. A., D. D.. 
LL. D.. Pres. 

School of Mining; tech.; men; est. 1893; 
Nathan F. Duplns. M. A.. Dean. 

XTniversity of Queen's College; unfr.; co-ed.; 
est. 1841; number of students. 635. 

UNDSAT, Victoria District, pop. 7.003. 
Federal Business College; bus. and sten.; est. 
1898; Geo. S. Houston. M. A., Pres. 

LOKDOV, Middlesex District, pop. 87.981. 
Forest Business and Shorthand College; bus. 
and sten.; est. 1886; J. W. Westervclt. 





Harding Hall GoUegre and Central Conserva- 
tory; girls' boarding; non-sect.; est. 1898; 
Rev. Jarob Johnson Baker. M. A., Pres. 

Huron College; col.; men; Ch. of Bng. ; est. 
1863; Rev. C. Cameron Waller, M. A., 

London Conservatory of Musio; mas. and elo.; 
est. 1892; W. Caven Barron, Prln. 

London Normal School; normal; prov.; co-ed.; 
est. 1900; F. W. Merchant, M. A., Prln. 

Western University and College; col.; co-ed.; 
P. E.; est. 1895; N. C. James. M. A.. Ph. 
D.. Provost. 

08HAWA. Ontario District, pop. 4.394. 
Demill Ladies' College; girls* boarding; est. 
1876; number of students. 138. 
OTTAWA, Russell District, pop. 59.928. 
Canadian Conservatory of Musio; music; est. 

1902: H. Puddlcombe. Director. 
Federal Business College; bus. and sten.; est. 

1898; Geo. S. Houston. M. A., Pres. 
Harmon Home and Day School; gitW board- 
ing; non-sect.; est. 1862; Abby Maria Har- 
mon, Prtn. 
National Business College: closed. 
Ottawa Business College; bus. and sten.; est. 

1866: W. E. Gowllng. Prln. 
Ottawa Ladies' College; girls* boarding; est. 

1872: number of students. 146. 
Sawyer Ottawa Business College; closed. 
XTniversity of Ottawa; univ.: men; R. C; 
est. 1848; Very Rev. J. E. Emery, O. M. 
I.. D. D.. Rector. 
OWEN-SOUKD, Grey District, pop. 8.776. 
Northern Business College; bus. and sten.; est. 
1881: C. A. Flefning. F. C. A.. Prln. 
PERTH, Lanark District, pop. 8.568. 
Federal Business College; bus. and sten.; est. 
1898: Geo. S. Houston. M. A.. Pres. 
PORT HOPE. Durham District, pop. 4.188. 

Trinity College School; boys* boarding; An- 
glican; est. 1865; Rev. Oswald RIgby, M. 
A.. LL. D.. Pres. 
RICHMOND, Carleton District, pop. 469. 
St. Francis College; col.; est. 1854; number of 
students. 110. 
ST. CATHERINES, York District, pop. 9.946. 
St. Catherines Business College; bus. and 
sten.: est. 1882; T. F. Wright. Prln. 
ST. THOMAS. Elgin District, pop. 11.485. 

Alma College: girls' bonrdlne: M. B. ; est. 
1881: Rev. Robert 1. Warner. M. A.. 
D. D.. Pres. 
St. Thomas Business College; bus. and sten.; 
eat. 18S8; II. T. Gough, Prop. 
SANDWICH, Essex District, pop. 1.450. 

Assumption College: col.; est. 1854; number 
of stndonts, 175. 
SARNIA, Lambton District, pop. 8.176. 

Sarnia Business College ; bus. and sttm. ; est. 
1S04: William IT. Staploton. Prln. 
SMITH'S FALLS. Lanark District, pop. 5,155. 
Federal Business College; bus. and Rten.; est. 
1898; Goo. S. Houston. M. A.. Pros. 
TORONTO. York District, pop. 208.040. 
British- American Business College; bus. and 

sten.; est. 1860; R. A. Farqubanon. Prtn. 
Bishop Strachan School, The; girla' boarding; 

Anglican; est. 1867; The Right Bev. The 

Bishop of Toronto. 
British-American Business College; bus. and 

sten.; est. 1860; Wm. Brooks, Prea. 
Canadian Correspondence College; correap.; 

est. 1902; Walter James Brown. LL. B., 

Canadian Eclectic Shorthand College; bus. and 

sten.; est. 1900; J. G. Clarke. Prln. 
Canadian School of Telegraphy; teL; co-ed.; 

est. 1802; W. H. Shaw, Pres. 
Canadian College of Commerce; closed. 
Conservatory School of Literature and Ezpres- 
sion; girls* boarding; non-sect.; est. 1899; 

Birs. Ines Nicholson Cutter, Prin. 
Knox College; col.; Presb.; men; est. 1844; 

Wm. McLaren, D. D.. Prln. 
McMaster University; univ.; co-ed.; Bapt.; 

est. 1888; O. C. S. Wallace, M. A., D. D., 

LL. D., Chan. 
Meistersohaft School of Languages and Natural 

Science; prep.; co-ed.; Evang.; est. 1889; 

James Cusln, Prln. 
Metropolitan School of Musio; music; est. 

1894; W. O. Forsyth, Director. 
Ontario College of Pharmacy; phar.; co-ed.; 

non-sect.; est. 1871; Charles f. Hubner, 

Royal College of Dental Burgeons; dent.; co- 
ed.; est. 1875; J. Branston WlUmott, 

L. D. S., M. D. S.. D. D. S.. Dean. 
St. Andrew's College; boys' boarding; non 

sect.; est. 1899; Rev. D. Bruce Macdonald, 

- M. A., Prin. 

St. Margaret's College; girls* boarding; non 

sect.; est. 1897; Mrs. George Dickson, 

St. Michael's College; col.; est. 1852; number 

of students. 150. 
School of Practical Science; agri.; est. 1877; 

number of* students. 71. 
Toronto College of Music; music; est. 1888; 

F. H. Torrongton. Mus. Doc, Director. 
Toronto Conservatory of Musio; music; est. 

1886; Edward Fisher. Mus. Doc, Director. 
Toronto Presbyterian Ladies* College; girls' 

boarding; Presb.; est. 1889; T. M. Mac- 

Intyre. M. A., LL. B.. Ph. D.. Pres. 
Toronto Normal School; normal; prov.; co-ed.; 

est. 1847; Wm. Scott. B. A., Prln. 
Toronto Veterinary College; vet.; men; 
University of Toronto; univ.; co-ed.; non-sect.; 

est. 1827; Jumes London. M. A.. LL. D., 


University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine; 

mod.: rog. ; men; R. \. Reeve, B. A., 

M. II., LL. D.. Dean. 
University of Trinity College; univ.; co-ed.; 

Ch. of Eng.: est. 1S51 : Rov. T. C. Street 

Mutklem. M. A., D. D.. Provost. 
Upper Canada College; boys' boarding; non* 

Hfct.; est. 1S20; Henry W. Anden, M. A.. 

Victoria University; univ.: co-ed.; est. 1836; 

number of students. 234. 

WyoUffe College; col.; number of students, 40, 





WHITBY, Ontario District, pop. 2,110. 
Ontario Ladioa' CoUofo; glrla* boarding; eat. 
1874; M. B.; Ber. J. J. Hare. Ph. D., 

WOODSTOCK, Oxford Diatriot, pop. 8,888. 
Woodatook Bosinass Colloge; bus. 'and sten.; 

est. ISOO; R. W. Nickerson, Prin. 
Woodatook Collage; col.; men; Bapt.; est. 
1857; A. L. McCrimmon, M. A., Pres. 

Woodatook Collegiate Institute; prep.; co-ed.; 
non-sect.; est 1867; I. li. Lcvan, B. A., 


The public schools of British Columbia are free and conducted on strictly sec- 
ular and non-sectarian principles. The Government provides that school buildings 
shall be paid for from the Public School fund; but the salaries of teachers shall 
be paid in part, from an appropriation set aside by the Provincial Treasury, and 
the remainder to be paid from District Assessment. The members of the Execu- 
tive Council shall constitute a Council of Public Instruction ; the chief officer of 
education and ex-officio secretary of the counil is the superintendent, appointed by 
the lieutenant-governor with the concurrence of the council. The educational offi- 
cers of the Province are as follows: 

Superintendent of Education. — Alexander Robinson, B. A., Victoria. 

Council of Puhlic Instruction, — Hon. Richard McBride, Premier arid Min- 
ister of Mines, Victoria; Hon. F. J. Fulton, Attorney General. Provincial Secre- 
tary and Minister of Education; Hon. R. F. Green; Hon. R. G. Tatlow; Hon. F. 
Carter-Cotton, President Executive Council. 


NEW WESTMINSTER, pop. 0.499. 

Columbian Methodist College; prop.; co-ed.; 
M. E.; est. 1892; Rov. Wllford J. Slp- 
prelL B. A., B. D., Prln. 

VANCOVYER, New Westminster District, 


Sprott-Shaw Rusiness Institute ; bus. and sten. ; 
eit. 1904; R. J. Sprott, H. A., Prln. 

Vancouver Business College; bus. and sten.: 

ost. 1903; D. H. Elliott. Pres. 
Vancouver College and High School; affiliated 
with McGIll University (second year). 

VICTORIA, Esquimault District, pop. 20.816. 
Sprott-Shaw Business University; bus. and 
sten.: OHt. 1897; R. J. Sprott. B. A. Prln. 
Victoria College and High School; affiliated 
with McOlll University (first year). 


The public school system of Quebec had its origin in parochial schools, which 
were fostered from the earliest settlement of the colony and which were recog- 
nized as the basis of the public system of education by a law of 1846. Peculiar 
difficulties were experienced in the development of the system because of the relig- 
ious differences of the French and English populations. The former were adherents 
of the Roman Catholic Church and naturally resisted all efforts that threatened their 
relations with the religious schools of which they were staunch supporters. After a 
period of tentative efforts, a policy was adopted in 1875 which has proved satisfac- 
tory to the Roman Catholics, who form the vast majority of the population (1429,- 
186 against 219,712, census of 1901), while at the same time it affords protection 
for the rights of the Protestant minority. The system established provides for the 
separate control of Roman Catholic and Protestant schools without destroying their 
organic unity. 


BE&THIEBYILLE, Berthier Co., pop., 1.800. 
Saint JoMph's Commerial College ; prep, and 
bus.; est. 1848; Rev. L. A. Levasseur. 
C. S. v., Prln. 

School's annoonoement. — The principal 
matters taught composing the programme 
of studies are: French and English lan- 
guages. History, Geography, Complete 
Arithmetic, Geometry, Algebra, Book- 
keeping. Commercial Law, Business Cor- 
respondence, Penmanship, Violin, Comet, 
etc. Any person of whatever nationality 
or religion Is admitted in the college. 
Board, tuition, etc.. $11 per month; 
piano, |2 per month; violin or comet, 
11.50 i>er month. 

OHICOUTIMI. Chicoutimi DUtrict. pop. 3,828. 

1873; Rev. Eng. Lapolnte. Ph. D., M. A., 

JOLIETTE, Joliette District, pop. 4.220. 

Joliette College; col.; men; U. C; est. 1846; 
number of students, 329. 

L'ASSOMFTION, L'Assomption District, pop. 


L'Assomption College; col.; nicn; R. C. ; est. 
is;{2; nnmbor of studt-nt-^. 200. 

School of Agriculture; agri.. number of stu- 
dents. 24. 
LENNGXVILLE, Sherbrooke E: trict, pop. 1.120. 

Bishop's College; col.; co<l.; P. K. ; est. 
1843; Rev. Edwnrd J. IMdwell. M. A., 

Bishop's College School; prep.; boys; P. E.; 
est. 1842; Rev. E. J. Bldwell, M. A., 
Head Master. 

LEVIS, Levis District, pop. 7,783. 
Levis College: col.; men; R. C; est. 1853; 

number of students. 522. 
MONTREAL, Montreal District, pop. 287.730. 
Congregational College of Canada; theol.; 

men; Cong.; Ui»v. Edward Munson Hill. 

B. A., D. D.. Prin. 
Loyola College; col.; men: R. C; est. 1897; 

number of students. 108. 
McGill Normal School; normal; private; co- 
ed.: est. 18.')7; S. P. Robblns. LL. D., Prln. 
McOill University; unlv. ; coed.; non-sect.; 

est. 1821; W. Peterson. M. A., LL. D., 

McGill University, Faculty of Law; law; men; 

est. 1R29: F. P. Walton. B. A., LL. B., 

Montreal College: col.; men: U. C; est. 1787; 

Rev. Rone Labelle. D. D.. Pres. 
Montreal School of Elocution; do. and or.; co- 
ed.: t'st. 1S,04: J. P. Stephen. Prin. 
Mount Royal Business College; bus. and sten.; is;«); Anson W. Young. Prln. 
Presbyterian College ; theol. ; men ; Presb. ; 

est. 1S67: John Srrlmger. D. D., Pro- 

fesRor; tiumlKT of students. 55. 
Royal Victoria College for Women; col.; 

women; non-sect.; est. 1899; Miss H. D. 

Oakeley, M. A.. Warden. 





St. Mmtj'u College; col.; men; R. 0.; est. 

1848; L. Lelande. b. j. Rector. 
St. Salpioe CoUeye; col.; men; R. C; est. 

1787; number of students, 465. 
Wesleyan Theoloffioal College, XoOill VniTer- 

sity; tbeol.; men; M. E.; est. 1873; Rev. 

William I. Shaw. D. D., LL. D.. D. C. 

L., Pres. 
KICOLET, Kloolet Dlstriot, pop. 2.225. 
Kioolet College; col.; men; R. C; est. 1808; 

ReT. M. G. Pronl. Pres. 

aiTEBEC, Quebec District, pop. 6S.84U. 
Quebec Seminary; col.; men; R. C.; est. 1866; 

number of students, 564. 
Vniversite Laval; univ.; men; R. C; est. 

1862; Monseigneur Olivier B. Mathien, 

Pb. D., S. T. D.. Pres. 
RIOAUD, Vandreuil District, pop. 770. 
Bigaud College; col.; men; R. C; est 1860; 

number of students, 810. 
BIM01JBKI, Rimonski District, pop. 1.804. 
Seminaire de Saint Germain de Rimonski; coL; 

men; R. C; est. 1865; J. A. D'Amours, 

8. T. D., Superior. 

District, pop. 900. 
St. Anne de la Pocatiere College; col.; men; 

R. 0.; est. 1829; number of students, 299. 
School of Ste. Anne de la Pocatiere; agri.; 

est. 1859; num ber of students, 12. 
ST. ETAOIHTHE, Bagot District, pop. 9,210. 

St. Hyadnthe College; col.: men; R. C; est. 
1800; Rev. C. P. Cboquette, M. A., Pres. 
ST. LAirBEirT, Jacques Oartier District, pop. 
St. Laurent College; col.; men; R. C; est. 
1847; Alfred Crevler, A. B., C. S. C, 
pop. 1,806. 
Ste. Marie Xonnoir CoAege; col.; men; R. C; 
est. 18 63; number of students. 240. 
STE. THEBESE, Terre Bonne District, pop. 
Ste. Therese College; coL; men.; R. C: est. 
1826; number of students, 360. 
SHEBBBOOKE, Sherbrooke District, pop. 11,- 
Sberbrooke College; col.; men; R. C; est 
1876; number of students, 243. 
SOBEL, BicheUeu District, pop. 7.067. 
Mount St. Bernard's College; prep.; men; R. 
C; est. 1897; Bro. Landry, Director. 
STABSTEAD, Stanstead District, pop. 618. 
Stanstead Wesleyan College; col.; Meth.; est. 

1872; number of students. 149. 

THREE BIYEBS, St. Manrice District, pop. 
Three Bikers College; coL; men; R. C; est 
1860 ; nu mber of students, 269. 
YALLEYFIELD, Boanhamois District, pop. 11,- 
College of Valleyfleld; prep.; men; R. C; est 
1898; A. P. Labonnie, Director. 


The present school system of Manitoba was preceded by a system of separate 
schools for Roman Catholic and for Protestant children, the general administra- 
tion of the schools being intrusted (law of 187 1) to a board of education ccmiposed 
of an equal number of Protestant and of Catholic members. 

Elementary and intermediate and high schools are maintained, and the latter 
may be developed into collegiate institutions preparing students for matriculation 
at the university. 

The provincial university, incorporated in 1879, completes the educational sys- 
tem of the Province. The university was constituted as an examining body on the 
model of the old London University. But certain teaching institutions are affiliated 
to the university and have a representation in its council. 

The educational officers of the province are as follows: 

Deputy Minister of Education. — R. Fletcher, Government Buildings, Winni- 

Provincial Board of Education. — The Most Reverend, the Archbishop of Ru- 
pert's Land, Bishop's Court, Winnipeg; A. S. Rose, Supt. of City Schools, Bran- 
don; D. Mclntyre, Supt. of City Schools, Winnipeg; Rev. Dr. Hart, Manitoba 
College, Winnipeg; Rev. Father Cherrier, 191 Austin Street, Winnipeg; Prof. 
R. R. Cochrane, 290 Young Street, Winnipeg; D. J. Wright, Deloraine; John 
Graham, Winnipeg; Dr. J. R. Jones, Donald Street, Winnipeg. 

Public School Inspectors. — A. W. Hooper, Brandon, Man.; T. M. Maguire, 
Portage la Prairie, Manitoba; W. J. Cram, Morden, Man.; A. L. Young, 34 Furby 
Street, Winnipeg; E. E. Best, 565 Balmoral Street, Winnipeg; Roger Goulet, St. 
Boniface, Manitoba; E. H. Walker, Dauphin; C. K. Newcombe, W. J. Parr, Kil- 
larney; Henri GraflF, Beauscjour; John M. Friesen, Altona. 


BRANDON, Brandon District, pop. 5,380. 

Brandon College; a college of the University 

of Manitoba; co-ed.; Bapt.; est. 1889; A. 

P. McDlarmld, M. A., D. D., Prln. 
O'SuUivan's Business College; bus. and sten.; 

est. 1902; William H. O'Sulllvan. M. A., 

ST. BONIFACE, Winnipeg. District, pop. 2.019. 
St. Boniface College; a college of the Univer- 
sity of Manitoba; men: R. C; est. 1818; 

Rev. James Dugas. S. J., Rector. 
WINNIPEG, Winnipeg District, pop. 42,336. 
Central Business College; bus. and sten.; est. 

VMKi; Wood and Hawkins. Prlns. 
Presbyterian College; col.; Presb.; est. 1870; 

number of students. 170. 
University of Manitoba; unlv.; est. 1877; B. J. 

Laird. M. A.. Ph. D.. Registrar; the nnl- 

verslty Is composed of the following col- 
leges: Manitoba College, Winnipeg; Dr. 
Patrick. Prln. Wesley College. Winnipeg. 
Rev. Dr. Sparling, Prln. St. John's Col- 
lege, Winnipeg; The Most Reverend Rob- 
ert Macbray, Prln. Medical College. . Win- 
nipeg; J. R. Jones. M. D.. Dean. College 
of Pharmacy, Winnipeg; W. D. McDoa- 
gal. Registrar. St. Boniface College. St 
Boniface; The Most Rev. Arch. Langevln. 
Brandon College, Brandon; A, P. Mc- 
Dalrmid, M. A.. Prln. 

Wesley College; col.; M. E.; co-ed.; est 
1SS8: J. W. Sparling. B. D., D. D., Prin. 

Winnipeg Business College; bus. and sten.; 
est. 1882; G. W. Donald, Sec'y. 

Winnipeg College of Music; music; co-ed.; 
non-sect.; est. 1003; Frank Hotchklss 0» 
bom. Director. 


Prior to the passage of the school law of 1864, which provided for a uniform 
system of public schools in Nova Scotia, private and parochial schools existed in 
Halifax and in the more settled portions of the Province and were fostered by 
grants from the public treasury. This law recognized the need of and provided 
for a strong central power unifying and stimulating the work of the public and 
private schools. The educational officers of the province are as follows : 

Education Office. — A. H. MacKay, B. A., B. Sc, LL. D., F. R. S. C, Super- 
intendent of Education and Secretary of Council of Public Instruction, Halifax; 
Geo. W. T. Irving, Chief Clerk. 

Council of Public Instruction. — Hon. G. H. Murray, LL. D., Premier and 
Provincial Secretary, Halifax; Hon. Arthur Drysdale, K. C., M. P. P., Attorney- 
General, Halifax; Hon. W. T. Pipes, K. C, M. L. C, Commissioner of Public 
Works and Mines, Halifax; Hon. A. H. Comeau, M. P. P.; Hon. David McPher- 
son, M. P. P., Hon. C. P. Chisholm, M. P. P. ; Hon. H. H. Wickwire, M. P. P. 


ANVAPOLIS, AniutpoIU Co., pop. 1.019. 

St. Andrew's School; boys' boarding; Ch. of 

Eng.; est. 18J)7; H. M. Bradford, M. A., 

ANTIOONISH, Antigonish Goonty, pop. 1.626. 
XTniTersity of St. Franois-Zavier College; col.; 

R. C: est. 1853; Rev. A. Thompson, D. 

D., Pres 
CHITECH POINT, Digby Co., pop. 165. 
St. Anne College; col.; R. C; est. 1890; Rev. 

P. M. Dagnaud, Pres. 
HALIFAX, Halifax Co., pop.. 40.832. 
Academy of the Sacred Heart; prep.; co-ed.; 

R. C; Madame Hoban. 
Dalhousie College and XTniTersity; univ.; co- 
ed.; non-sect.; est. 1821; faculties of Arts, 

Science, Medicine, Law. Mining; Rev. 

John Forrest. LL. D., Pres. 
Halifax Conservatory of Music; music; No. 

of pupils 434; Rev. Robert* Lning, Dr. 
Halifax Ladies' College and Conservatory of 

Music; girls' boarding and music; women; 

est. 1887; M. E. Windsor, Prln. 
Maritime Business College; bus. and sten.; 

Kaullyuh and Schurraan, Props. 
Presbyterian College of Halifax; theol.; men; 

Presb.; est. 1821; Robert A. Falconer, 

D. Lltt.; LL. D.. Prln. 
Victoria School of Art and Design; art; non- 

sect. ; co-ed. ; 
burg, Pres. 

est. 1887; Henry M. Rosen- 

ROCKINGHAM, Halifax Co., pop. 260. 

Mt. St. Vincent's Academy; prep.; co-ed.; R. 
C. ; Mother M. Berchmans. 
TRURO, Colchester Co., pop. 5.993. 

Empire Business College; bus. and sten.; 
est. 1901; O. L. Homo, Prln. 

Provincial Normal School; normal; prov.; est. 
1854; David Solvan, B. A., Prln. 

Provincial School of Agriculture; agrl.; est. 
sect.; co-ed.; est. 1885; M. Cnmmlng. B. 
A., B. S. A.. Pres. 
WINDSOR. Lunenburg Co., pop. 3.398. 

Church School for Girls; girls' boarding; num- 
ber of students. 75. 

Collegiate School; prep.; co-ed.; F. T. Hand- 
sombody, Prln. 

King's College; col.; co-ed.; est. 1790; P. B.; 
number of students, 23. 
WOLFVILLE, King's Co., pop. 1.412. 

Acadia Ladies^ Seminary; girls' boarding; 
Bapt.; est. 1879; Rev. Henry Todd De 
Wolfe. B. A., Prln. 

School's announcement. — Acadia Seminary 
Is a residential Christian school for girls 
and young women. OfTers six courses 
for Diploma: Collegiate, Pianoforte, 





Voice. Art, Elocation. Tlolln. Three 
roorses for Certiflcate: Typewriting and 
Stenograpbj, Bnaineu. and Domestic 
Science. Eighteen members on the teach- 
ing staff, gradoates of leading Universi- 
ties and Conserratories. Beantlfnllj lo- 
cated in the heart of the famous Eran- 
geline Land. Refining and Christian in- 

flaences are constantlj thrown aronnd 
the papiL Charges rerj moderate. 
School jear from September 1 to June 1. 

KoTS Scotia School of Horticulture; hort.; co- 
ed.: F. E. Sears. Director. 

Vniversity of Acadia College; col.; co-ed.; 
Bapt.; est. 1838; Rer. T. Trotter. D. D.. 


CENTRAL Authority. — The central control oi public education in New Bruns- 
wick is vested in a board of education comprising the lieutenant-governor, the mem- 
bers of the executive council, the president of the University of New Brunswick, 
and the chief superintendent of education. The last named is the secretary and 
chief executive officer of the board. In his appointment regard is had solely to 
his professional fitness and executive ability. 

Department of Education. — ^James R. Inch, M. A., LL. D., Chief Superin- 
tendent of Education, Fredericton; R. B. Wallace, Chief Clerk; Mary M. Thomp« 
son, Qerk. 

Board of Education. — His Honor the Honorable Jabez Bunting Snowball, Lieu- 
tenant-Governor, Chairman; James R. Inch, Chief Supt. of Education, Secretary; 
Hon. L. J. Tweedie, Premier and Provincial Secretary ; Hon. William Pugsley, D. C 
L., Attorney General, Hon. Francis J. Sweeney, Surveyor General; Hon. L. 
P. Farris, Commissioner of Agriculture; Hon. C. H. LaBillois, Chief Commis- 
sioner of Public Works; Hon. W. P. Jones, Solicitor General; Thomas Harrison, 
LL. D., Chancellor of the University of New Brunswick, all at Fredericton. 


FEEDERICTON, York District, pop. 7,117. 
Fredericton Business College; bus. and sten.; 

W. J. Osborne, Prin. 
Provincial Normal Sohool; normal; provincial; 

Wm. Crockett, A. M., LL. D.. Prin. 
University of New Brunswick; univ. ; prov.; 

co-ed.; eat. 1800; Thomas Harrison, LL. 

D., T. C. D., Chancellor. 

MEICBAMCOOK, Westmoreland District, pop. 
University of St. Joseph's College; col.; men; 
est. 1864; Rev. A. Guy, C. G. C, M. A., 

SACKVILLE, Cumberland District, pop. 1.444. 
Massey-Tribble School of Household Soienoe, 
Mount Allison Ladies' College; domestic 

science; Byron Crane Borden, Pres. 
Mount. Allison Academy; prep.; est. 1843; 

number of students, 89. 
Mount Allison Ladies' College; girls* boarding; 

M. E. ; est. 1854; Byron Crane Borden, 

D. D., Pros. 
Owen's Museum of Fine Arts; art; Prof. John 

Haxmhond, R. C. A., Director. 
University of Mt. AlUson College; unlv.; co- 
ed.; M. E.; est. 1802; David Allison, M. 

A., LL. D., Pres. 

ST. JOHN, St. John District, pop. 40.711. 
Gurry's Business College; bus. and sten.; 

Wm. B. Wallace, K. C, Prin. 
St. John Business College; bus. and sten.; est. 

1867; S. Kerr. Prin. 


The system of public schools in this province is under the control of a coun- 
cil of public instruction comprising four members of the executive committee, and 
four appointed members, of whom two must be Protestants and two Roman Cath- 
olics. The educational officers of the province are as follows: 

Department of Education. — ^J. A. Calder, M. P. P., Commissioner of Edu- 
cation, Regina; D. P. McColl, Deputy of Education, Regina. 

Educational Council. — T. H. McGuire, Prince Albert; A. H. Smith, Moos- 
omin; W. H. Sparling, Battleford; Rev. D. Gillies, St. Andrew; William Grayson, 
Moose Jaw. 

Inspectors. — William Rothwell, Regina; E. B. Hutcherson, Regina; J. F. 
Hutchison, Prince Albert; A. H. Ball, Yorkton; J. Hewgill, Moosomin; Charles 
Nivins, Oxbow. 


The educational affairs of this province arc controlled by the Department of 
Education and for the administration of this department the Minister of Educa- 
tion, a member of the Executive Council, is directly responsible. The educational 
officers of the province are as follows: 

Department of Education. — Hon. A. C. Rutherford, M. P. P., Minister of 
Education, Edmonton; D. S. McKenzie, Deputy Minister of Education, Edmon- 
ton; G. J. Bryan, Principal of Normal School, Calgary; J. McCaig, Vice- Principal 
of Normal School, Calgary; Robert Fletcher, Official Supervisor of Schools 
Among Foreigners, Edmonton. 

Inspectors.— J. F. Boyce, Red Deer; J. W. Brown, Medicine Hat; W. H. 
Thompson, Calgary; G. E. Ellis, Edmonton; John Ross, Strathcona; P. H. Thi- 
baudeau, Lacombe. 


Public education in this province is under the control of a board of educatioi. 
composed of the members of the executive council, the chief superintendent of edu- 
cation, the principal of the college and normal school, and two mspectors. 



Universities and Colleges Abranged According to Age. 

Dat« of 


Date of 


Seventeenth Century* 

1638 HArvard University (Mass.) 

1B93 College Of William and Mary CVa.) 

Klshteenth Century* 

1701 Tale University (Conn*) 

n-iO University of Pen nay Ivan la (Pa.) 

ITie Princeton University (N, JO 

1748 WaBhl ng t on and Lee U nl ve rsi ty 


17&4 Columbia University (N, Y.) 

1764 Brown University {R- L) 

I76fi RulKers College (N, J*) 

urn Dartmouth College (N. H.) 

177ii Hampden-Sidney College [VaJ 

17S3 Dickinson College (Pa.) 

nsa Washington College (Md.) 

1786 University of NaahvllJe (Tenn,) 

Vm Western University of Pa* (Pa.) 

1TS3 3t. Johna College (Md.) 

1791 Georgetown University (D. C) 

ITS! Presbyterian College (S. C) 

17S3 Williams College tMaaa.) 

1794 Greene vUle and Tuacuium Co i lege 


17W University of Teaneasee (Tenn*) 

1796 Union College CN* Y.) , , _. 

17»& University of North CaroUna (N. C) 

1T&5 Washington Co 11 eg© CTenn,) 

Nineteenth Century fFirst Half.) 

BOO Mlddlebury College (Vt,) 

1800 University of Vermont (Vt) 

1801 University of Georgia (QaJ 

1802 Bowdoln College (Me.) 

1803 Washington and Jefferson College 


1506 South Carolina College (8. C.) 

1507 Moravian College (Pa.) 

leog Mt* St* Mary fl College (Md.) 

1809 Ohio University (O*) 

1812 Hamilton College (N. Y*) 

1815 Allegheny College (Pa.) 

1818 Oolhy College (Me.) 

1819 Colgate University (N* Y.> 
1819 Maryville College CTenn.) 
1821 Amherst College (Mass.) 

1821 Columbian University (D. C.) 

1821 Gonzaga College CD* C.) 

1821 St. Mary's College (Ky.) 

1822 Centre College (Ky.) 
1824 Indiana University (IndJ 
1824 Miami University CO.) 

1824 Trinity College (Conn.) 
1826 Centenary College (La*) 

1825 Franklin College (O*) 

1826 Ken yon College CO.) 

1826 university of Virginia CVa.) 

1826 Western Reserve University (O*) 

1827 Mississippi College (Mtfis,j 

1827 Shurtleff College (111.) 

1828 McKendree College (III.) 

1829 Georgetown College (Ky,) 
1829 imuSa College (111) 

1S29 St. Louis University CMo,> 

lESl XJeniaon University (O.) 

1S31 New York University (N, Y.) 

1S31 St. Xavler s College <0.) 

1531 Wesley an University (ConiL) 
1^33 JLafayette College (Pa,) 

1532 Pennsylvania College (Fa*) 
1832 Randolph-Macon College (Va.) 
lis3'Z HJchmond Colloge (Va*) 

ISaa W^abflsh College (Ind.) 

1K13 Hanover College (Ind.) 

1533 H^verford College (Fa.) 
tmz Marietta College (O,) 
iS33 Oberlln College (O.) 
iSM Delaware College (Del.) 
JB34 Franklin College (Ind.) 
m4 Norwich University (Vt.) 
isa4 Wake Forest College (N, C.) 
1835 Richmond College (O.) 

1«3G Alfred University (N* Y*) 

lS3a Franklin and Marshall College (Pa*) 

183^ Kentucky University (Ky*) 

1837 Davidson College (N* C*) 

1!SJ7 De Pauw University (Ind.) 

1S37 Knox College (111,) 

1S57 Mercer University (Ga*) 

1S37 Muskingum College (O.) 

1837 University of Michigan (Mich.) 

1SB8 EJmory College (Ga.) 

l^S Emory and Henry College (Va*) 

1840 Unlveralty of Missouri (Mo,) 

1841 Bethany College (W. Va.) 

1841 Howard College (Ala.) 

1S43 Cumberland Unlveralty (Tenn*) 

1S42 University of Notre Dame (Ind*) 

1842 Villanova College (Pa*) 
1&43 lAlblon College (Mich.) 

1843 St. Vincent College (Mo.) 

1»44 Iowa Wesleyan University (Ta.) 

1844 Ohio Wesleyan University (Q.) 
1844 Willamette University (Ore.) 
1846 Baylor University (Tex*) 

1846 Wittenberg College (O.) 

1846 Baldwin University (O*) 

1846 Bucknell University (Pa*) 

1846 gt. John^s College (N. Y,) 

1846 Taylor University (Ind*> 

1847 Belolt College (Wis.) 
1847 Earlham College (Ind*) 
1847 Otterbein University (O.) 
1847 St. Xavler College (N. Y*) 

1847 State University of Iowa (la.) 

1848 Iowa College (la.) 

1848 University of Mtsslssippl (Mlaa.) 

1849 College of the aty of N* Y* (N. Y.) 
1849 Lawrence University CWIa*) 

1849 William Jewell College (Mo.) 

1860 Heidelberg University (O.) 

1860 Hiram College (00 

1860 Illinois W^eeleyan University fill.) 

1860 University of Rochester (N. Y.) 

1860 University of Utah (Utah) 

1860 University of Wisconsin CWlaJ 




Universities and Colleges Arranged According to Size 



Number of 



Namb«r of 

1 Univ. of Minnesota (MlnnJ * - ^M^^<i 
Z ColumWa University CN. Y,). ^M^ 

3 University of ChiCBLgo CHI-).. -4,593 

4 Univ. Qf Michigan CMi<!h.),.. 4,571 
6 Cornell University (N. Y.)... 4,314 

6 University ol lUlnois {111.).. 4,074 

7 Harvard University ^Mass.).. 3,S6S 

5 Nonhwestern Univ. Ull.) 5,863 

a Yale University (ConnJ 3,806 

10 College of the City of New- 

York (N, YJ., 3,741 

11 Univ, of Wisconsin (Wis.),.. 3,671 

12 Univ. of Pennsylvania CPa.) . 3,658 

13 Univ. of California (Cal.)..., 3,363 

14 New York University (N- Y,>, 3,009 

15 Univ. of Nebraska (NetJ.),... 2,800 

18 Syracuse University (N. Y.).. 3,776 

17 Univ. of Misaonrl (Mo.) 2,161 

IS Iowa State Agricultural Col- 
lege Cla.) .,. 2,iafi 

19 Purdue Unlv*rralty Und.) 2,037 

20 Ohio State University (O,),,, 2.014 
31 University of Texas (Tex.)., 1,991 

22 Washington University (Mo.) 1,843 

23 State Univ. of Iowa (la.) 1,S13 

24 LeJand Stanford, Jr., Univer- 

sity (Cal.) ijafi 

25 OherMn College (O.) 1,766 

26 University of Kanaa^ (Kan.), l,70fi 

27 Drake University Cla,) 1,628 

28 George Washington University 

(D, C.) 1,5«0 

29 Univ. of Arkansas (Ark.).,,. 1,528 

30 Univ. of Nashville (Tenn.)... 1,472 

31 Boston University (Mass,)... 1,401 

32 Central University (Ky.)..... 1,312 

33 Tulane University (La.) 1,303 

34 Princeton University (R J.). 1,301 

35 Kansas Wesleyan University 

(Kan.) 1,281 

3$ Ohio University (O.) . 1,272 

37 Adelphl CoHege (N. Y.) 1,333 

38 Kentucky University (Ky.).. 1,221 

39 Nebraska Wesleyan University 

(Neb) 1,207 

40 Oh!o Wesleyan Univ. (O.) 1,200 

41 Baylor University (Tex.)...* 1,184 

42 Univ. of Cincinnati (O.) 1,169 

43 University of Wooster CO.).. 1,164 

44 Indiana University (Ind.).... 1,153 
46 University of Denver (Col.). 1,131 

46 West Virginia Univ. (Va.).,, 1,112 

47 University of Southern Cal- 

ifornia (Cal.) 1.075 

45 Tufts College (Mass.) 1,067 

49 Univ. of Washington (Wash.) 1,045 

EO Berea CoUege (Ky.) 1,025 

61 Dartmouth College (N. H.)., 99S 
52 Ft Worth University (Tex.). 996 

63 Baker University (Kan.),,,, 98,5 

64 Southwestern Unlv, (Tex.),,, 981 

55 University of Utah (Utah).. 976 

56 Howard University (D. C),,, 960 

57 Bethany College (Kan,>.,.,> 94T 

5S Western University of Penn- 
sylvania (Pa,) ..,.. 940 

b2 Brown University CR. L).,.. 835 

60 St. Lrouls University (Mo.)... 893 

61 Western Reserve Univ. (O.),. 866 

62 Straight University CLa,)^.,,. 847 

63 Vanderbiit Unlv. (Tenn.) 83} 

64 Pennsylvania State College 

<PaJ 800 

65 Cornell College (la.) ,.,, 776 

66 Univ. of Notre Dara^ (Ind.),, 768 

67 University of Colorado (CoL) 748 
m University of North Dakota 

(N. D.) 7SS 

69 University of Virginia CVa.). 72& 

70 Bucknell University (Pa,).., 708 

71 Johns-Hopkins Unlv. (Md.),. 701 

72 University of North Carolina 

CN. C.) 689 

73 Georgetown Univ. (D. C.) €88 

74 Lrfjhigh University (Pa.) ., 685 

75 Kentucky State College (Ky.) 679 

76 riHnois Wesleyan Unlv. (Ill), 661 

77 Grant University (Timn.) 667 

78 Ottawa University (Kan.)... 6E(» 

79 Mornlngside College (la.) ... 647 
SO MaryvUle College (Tenn.).,. €30 
fil Union University (N. Y,)..... 614 
82 University of Maine (Me.) .. . 611 

as Belolt College (Wis,)... 611 

84 Grove City College- (Pa.) 602 

S5 Univ. of Oklahoma (O. T.)... 608 

86 Mt. Union College (O.),,, 577 

87 Iowa College (la.)... B76 

88 Upper Iowa University (Ib.), 668 

89 Colorado College (Col.) 66T 

90 Ciaflin University (S. C.).... 650 

91 Denison University (OJ...... 643 

93 University qf Oregon (Ore.).. 641 

93 Liawrence University (Wis.), S27 

94 University of Vermont (Vt) . 681 

95 Kansas City Univ. (Kan.)... 49ft 

96 Albion Coll<-ge (Mich.) 4S8 

97 Dickinson College (Pa.)..... 473 
9a Philander Smith College 

^Ark.) 4S7 

99 Simpson College (la,) 462 

100 Louisiana State Unlv. (La,).* 461 

101 College (Mass.) 460 

IAL; Will lams College (Mass.),,,, 448 

ir^5 Stetson University (Fla,) 4Z% 

im Knox College (Hi.). ..,., 420 

105 Franklin & Marshall College 

(Pa.) ...,,,.,, S9« 

106 St. Xavkr College lo.y 39s 

107 Puget Sound Unlv. CWaah.)., 88t 
lOS University of South Dakota 

(S. D.) sgo 

109 Drury College (Mo.) 370 

110 l^ifayette College (Fa.) S60 

111 Unlv. of the South (Tcnn.),, 222 
113 University of Idaho (Idaho), 222 

113 Cumberland Univ. (Tenn.).., 2ES 

114 Manhattan College CN. Y,)., 202 

115 Hiram College CO.) 20S 


•The names of schools In this classification printed in bold-faced type indicate tha« 
the schools thus deslgrnated have extended school announcements in the main classifl 
cation, immediately following and supplementing the descriptions there given. 



Alabama Baptist Colored University (colored), 

'Howard College, East Lake. 
Xafayette College, Lafayette. 
North Alabama College, Fort Wayne. 
North Alabama Conference College, Blrmlng- 

St. Bernard College, St. Bernard. 
Southern University, Greensboro. 
Spring Hill College, Mobile. 
Talladega College (colored), Talladega. 
University of Alabama, University. 


University of Arizona, Tucson. 
^Arkansas College, Batesvllle. 
Arkansas Conference College, Slloam Springs. 
Arkansas Camberland College. Clarksvllle. 
Beauvoir College, Wilmar. 
Henderson College. Arkadelphla. 
-Hendrix College, Conway. 
Ouachita Baptist College, Arkadelphla. 
Pea Ridge Masonic College, Pea Ridge. 
Philander Smith College (colored), Little Rock. 
Southland College and Normal Institute, South- 
University of Arkansas. Fayetteville. 


California College, Oakland. 

Christian Brothers College. Sacramento. 

Lcland Stanford JunI6r University, Stanford 

Lordsburg College, Lordsburg. 
Occidental College, Los Angeles. 
Pomona College. Claremont. 
St. Ignatius College. San Francisco. 
St. Mary's College, Oakland. 
St. Patrick's Seminary, Menlo Park. 
St. Vincent's College, Los Angeles. 
Santa Clara College, Santa Clara. 
University of California. Berkeley. 
University of Southern California. Los Angeles. 
University of the Pacific, San Jose. 
Whlttler College, Whlttier. 


College of the Sacred Heart, Denver. 

Colorado College, Colorado Springs. 

Jesuit College, Berkeley. 

University of Colorado, Boulder. 

University of Denver, University Park. 

Trinity College, Hartford. 

Wesleyan University, MIddletown. 

Yale University, New Haven. 

Delaware College, Newark. 

State College for Colored Students (colored), 


American University, Washington. 

Catholic University of America, Washington. 

Gallaudet College, Washington. 

Georgetown University, Washington. 

George Washington University, Washington. 

Gonsaga College. Washington. 

Howard University (colored), Washington. 

International Correspondence University, Wash- 

St. John's College, Washington. 

Trinity College. Washington. 

Washington Christian College, Washington. 

East Florida Seminary, Oainesrille. 

Florida State College, Tallahassee. 

John B. Stetson University, De Land. 

Rollins College, Winter Park. 

St. Leo College, St. Leo. 

University of Florida, Lake City. 

Atlanta Baptist College. Atlanta. 

Atlanta University (colored), Atlanta. 

Bowdon College, Bowdon. 

Clark University, South Atlanta. 

Emory College, Oxford. 

Marist College, Atlanta. 

Mercer University. Macon. 

Morris Brown College (colored), Atlanta. 

University of Georgia, Athens. 

Tonng Harris College, Ymmg Harris. 




University of Idaho, Moscow. 


- Augustana College, Rock Island. 
Austin College, EflBngham. 
Blackburn College, CarllnTille. 
Carthage College, Carthage. 
Creel Springs College, Creel Springs. 
Eureka College, Eureka. 
Ewing College, Ewing. 
Gencseo Collegiate Instituto, Oeneseo. 
Greenville College. Greenville. 
Bedding College, Abingdon. 
Illinois College, Jacksonville. 
Illinois Wesleyan University. Bloomlngton. 
James MlUikin University, Decatur. 
Knox College. Galesburg. 
Lake Forest College, Lake Forest. 
Lincoln College. Lincoln. 
Lombard College, Galesburg. 
McKendree College, Lebanon. 
Monmouth College, Monmouth. 
Northern Illinois College, Fulton. 
Northwestern College. Naperville. 
Northwestern VniTerslty, Evanston. 
St. Bede College, Peru. 
St. Francis Solanus College, Qulncy. 
St. Joseph's College, Teutopolls. 
St. Mary's Institute. Qulncy. 
.^hnrtleff College. Upper Alton. 
University of Chicago. Chicago. 
University of Illinois. Urbana. 
Westfleld College, Westfield. 
Wheaton College, Wheaton. 

Baptist University of Indiana, Indianapolis. 
Butler College. Irvington. 
roncordia College. Fort Wayne. 
Do Pauw University. Orcenrastle. 
Knrlham College, Richmond, 
l-'rnnklin College, Franklin. 
(Lisbon College. Goshen. 
(Irinover College. Hanover. 
Indiana Central University, Indianapolis. 
Indiana University. Bloomlngton. 
MooroB Hill College, Moores Hill. 
St. Melnrad College. St. Meinrad. 
Taylor University. Upland. 
Tnlon Christian College. Merom. 
T'nl/eralty of Indianapolis face Butler College). 
T'nlverslty of Notre Damo. Notre Dame. 
Vitlparaiso College, Valparaiso. 
VIncennes University, Vlnoennes. 
Wabnsh College, Crawfordsvllle. 

Indian University. Bacone. 
Henry Kendall College. Muscogee. 

IOWA. . 

Amity College. Oolloge Springs. 
Bnena Vista Collogo. Storm T^ake. 
Central University of Towa. PoUa. 
Charles City College, Charles City. 
Coe College. Cedar Rapids, 
fomell College. Mount Vernon. 
Des Moines College. Dos Moines. 
Drake University, Dos Moines. 
Gorman College. Monnt Pleasant. 
Graceland College. Lamonl. 
Iowa College, Grlnnell. 

Iowa Wesleyan University, Moant 

Lenox College, Hopklnton. 

Luther College, Decorah. 

Momingside College, Sioux City. 

National Memorial University, IfaMO CIt/. 

Palmer College, Le Grand. 

Parson's College, Fairfield. 

Penn College, Oskaloosa. 

St. Joseph's College, Dubuque. 

Simpson College, Indlanola. 

State University of Iowa, Iowa City. 

Tabor College, Tabor. 

Upper Iowa University, Fayette. 

Wartburg College, Clinton. 

Western College, Toledo. 

Baker VniTersity, Baldwin. 
Bethany Collage, Lindsborg. 
Campbell College, Holton. 
College of Emporia, Emporia. 
Cooper College, Sterling. 
Fairmount College, Wichita. 
Friends' University, Wichita. 
Highland University, Highland. 
Kansas Christian College, Lincoln. 
Kansas City University, Kansas City. 
Kansas Wesleyan University, Sallna. 
Midland College, Atchison. 
Ottawa VniTersity, Ottawa. 
St. Benedict's College, Atchison. 
St. John's Lutheran College, WinfleUL 
St. Mary's College, St. Mary's. 
Bottle College, Dodge City. 
Southwest Kansas College, Winfleld. 
University of Kansas, Lawrence. 
Washburn College, Topeka. 

Ashland College, Ashland. 
Berea College, Berea. 
Bethel College, Rossellville. 
Central University of Kentucky, DanTtUe. 
Georgetown College, Georgetown. 
Kentucky University, Lexington. 
Kentucky Wesleyan College, WinchMter. 
Liberty College, Glasgow. 
Ogden College, Bowling Green. 
Owensboro College, Owcnsboro. 
St. Mary's College, St Mary. 
South Kentucky College, Hopkinsrille. 
State College of Kentucky, Lexington. 
Union College, BarboursriUe. 
Centenary College of Louisiana, Jackaon. 
College of tho Immaculate Conceptko, New 

Jefferson College, Convent. 
Leland University (colored). New OrleaiML 
Louisiana State University, Baton Boom. 
Mt. Lebanon Baptist Male College, 1ft. LeMUlOB. 
New Orleans University (colored). New 
Straight University (colored). New " ' 
Tulane University, New Orleans, 


Bates College, Lewiston. 
Bowdoin College. Brunswick. 
Colby College, Waterville. 
University of Maine, Orono. 

Baltimore City College. Baltimore. 
Johns Hopkins University, Baltlmora. 




Loyola College, Baltimore. 
Morgan College, Baltimore. 
Mount St. Mary's College, Emmitsburg. 
Mount St. Mary's College, Mount St. Mary's. 
New Windsor College, New Windsor. 
Rock Hill College. ElUcott City. 
St. Charles College, Ellicott City. 
St. John's College, Annapolis. 
St. Joseph's Seminary. Baltimore. 
University of Maryland, Baltimore. 
Washington College, Chestertown. 
* Western Maryland College, Westminster. 
Amherst College, Amherst. 
Boston College, Boston. 
Boston University, Boston. 
Clark University, Worcester. 
College of the Holy Cross, Worcester. 
French- American College, Springfield. 
Harvard University, Cambridge. 
Redfleld College. Worcester. 
St. Joseph's College, Lowell. 
Tufts College, Tufts College. 
Williams College, Williamstown. 

Adrian College, Adrian. 
Albion College, Albion. 
Alma College, Alma. 
Detroit College, Detroit. 
Hillsdale College. Hillsdale. 
Hope College, Holland. 
Kalamasoo College, Kalamazoo. 
Olivet College, Olivet. 
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. 

Augsburg Seminary. Minneapolis. 
Carleton College. Northfield. 
GustavuB Adolphus College, St. Peter. 
Hamline University, St. PauL 
Macalester College, St. Paul. 
Parker College, Winnebago City. 
St. John's University, CoUegeville. 
St. Olaf College. Northfield. 
St. Paul's College, St. Paul Park. 
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. 

Millsaps College, Jackson. 
Mississippi College. Clinton. 
Rust University (colored). Holly Springs. 
University of Mississippi, University. 

Central College, Fayette. 
Central Wesley an College, Warrenton. 
Christian Brothers College, St. Louis. 
Christian University, Canton. 
Clarksburg College, Clarksburg. 
Drury College, Springfield. 
Ceorge R. Smith College (colored), Sedalia. 
Jjti Grange College. La Grange. 
Missouri Valley College. Marshall. 
Missouri Wesleyan (Allege, Cameron. 
Northwest Missouri College, Albany. 
Odessa College. Odessa. 
Park (College, ParkviUe. 
Pike College, Bowling Oreen. 
Prltchett College, Glasgow. 
Ruskin College. Trenton. 
St. Louis University. St. Louis. 
St. Vincent's College, Cape Girardeau. 
Southwest Baptist College, Bolivar. 

( Tarkio College, Tarkio. 

I University of the State of Xiisouii, Oolumbie» 

I Washington VniTorsity, St. Loois. — 

Westminster College, Fulton. 
I West Plains CoUege, West Plains. 

William Jewell College, Uberty. 

Will Mayfleld College. Marble HiU. 

Montana Wesleyan University. Helena. 
Montana 0)llege, Deer Lodge. 
University of Montana, Missoala. 

Bellevue 0)llege, Bellevue. 

Cotner University, Bethany. 

Creighton University. Omaha. 

Doane (College, Crete. 

Grand Island College. Grand Island. 

Hastings College, Hastings. 

Nebraska Wesleyan University, University Place. 

Union College, 0)llege View. 

University of Nebraska. Lincoln. 

York College, York. 


Nevada State University, Reno. 

Dartmouth 0)llege, Hanover. 
St. Anselm's College, Manchester. 

Princeton University, Princeton. 
Rutgers College, New Brunswick. 
St. Benedict's School, Newark. 
St. Peters College, Jersey City. 
Seton Hall College, South Orange. 

University of New Mexico. Albuquerque. 

Adelphi College, Brooklyn. 
Alfred University, Alfred. 
Canlslus College, Buffalo. 
Colgate University, Hamilton. 
College of the City of New York, New York. 
College of St. Francis Xavler, New York. 
Columbia University, New York. - - 
Cornell University, Ithaca. 
Hamilton College, Clinton. 
Hobart (Allege. Geneva. 
Manhattan College. New York. 
Kew York VniTersity, Kew York. 
Niagara Unirersity, Niagara University. 
St. Bonaventure's College, Alleghany. 
St. Francis 0)llege, Brooklyn. 
St. John's College, Brooklyn. 
St. John's College, Fordham. 
St. John's College, New York. 
St.- Lawrence University, Canton. ^ 
St. Stephen's College, Annandale. 
Syracuse University, Syracuse. 
Union College. Schenectady. 
University of Rochester, Rodiester. 

Atlantic Christian College, Wilson. 
Bennett College, Greensboro. 
Blddle University (colored), Charlotte. ^ 
Catawba College, Newton. 
C^rcordla College, Conover. 
Davenport College, Lenoir. 
Davidson College, Davidson. 
Elon College, Blon College. 





University of Idaho. Moscow. 

- Angustana Ck>11ege, Rock Island. 
Austin Ck>llege, EflBngbam. 
Blackburn College. CarllnTille. 
Carthage College, Carthage. 
Creel Springs College, Creel Springs. 
Eureka College, Eureka. 
Ewing College, Ewing. 
Geneseo Collegiate Instituto. Oeneseo. 
GreenyiUe College, Greenville. 
Bedding College. Abingdon. 
Illinois College, Jacksonville. 
Illinois Wesleyan University. Bloomlngton. 
James MlUikin University, Decatur. 
Knox College. Galesbnrg. 
Lake Forest College, Lake Forest. 
Lincoln College, Lincoln. 
Lombard College, Galesbnrg. 
McKendree College, Lebanon. 
Monmouth College. Monmouth. 
Northern Illinois College, Fulton. 
Northwestern College. Napervllle. 
Northwestern Vnivanity, Evanston. 
St. Bede College, Peru. 
St. Francis Solanus College, Quincy. 
St. Joseph's College, Teutopolls. 
St. Mary's Institute. Quincy. 
Shnrtleff College. Upper Alton. 
University of Chicago. Chicago. 
University of Illinois. Urbana. 
Westfleld College, Westfleld. 
Wbeaton College, Wheaton. 

Baptist University of Indiana, Indianapolis. 
Butler College. Irvington. 
Concordia College. Fort Wayne. 
Do Pauw University. Greencastle. 
Knrlham College, Richmond. 
Franklin College, Franklin. 
Hoshen College. Goshen. 
Hanover College. Hanover. 
Indiana Central University. Indianapolis. 
Indiana University, Bloomlngton. 
Moores Hill College, Moores Hill. 
St. Melnrad College, St. Melnrad. 
Taylor University. Upland. 
T'nion Christian College. Merom. 
Tnl/ersity of Indianapolis (see Butler College). 
Tnlverslty of Notre Dame. Notre Dame. 
Valparaiso College, Valparaiso. 
Vlncennes University, Vincennes. 
Wabash College. Crawfordsvllle. 

Indian University. Bacone. 
Henry Kendall College. Muscogee. 

IOWA. . 

Amity College. College Springs. 
Buena Vista College. Storm Lake. 
Central University of Iowa, Pplla. 
Charles City College. Charles City. 
Coe College. Cedar Rapids. 
Cornell College. Mount Vernon. 
Des Moines College. Dos Moines. 
Drake University, Dos Moines. 
German College, Mount Pleasant. 
Oraceland College. Lamoni. 
Iowa College, GrlnnelL 

Iowa Wesleyan University, Mount Pleasant. 

Lenox College, Hopkinton. 

Luther College, Decorah. 

Momingside College, Sioux City. 

National Memorial University, Mason City. 

Palmer College, Le Grand. 

Parson's College, Fairfield. 

Penn College, Oskaloosa. 

St. Joseph's College. Dubuque. 

Simpson College, India nola. 

State University of Iowa, Iowa City. 

Tabor College, Tabor. 

Upper Iowa University, Fayette. 

Wartburg College, Clinton. 

Western College, Toledo. 

Baker Vniversitr, Baldwin. 
Bethany Collage, Lindsborg. 
Campbell College, Holton. 
College of Emporia, Emporia. 
Cooper College, Sterling. 
Fairmount College, Wichita. 
Friends' University, Wichita. 
Highland Unirersity. Highland. 
Kansas Christian College, Lincoln. 
Kansas City University, Kanaas City. 
Kansas Wesleyan University, Salina. 
Midland College, Atchison. 
Ottawa University, Ottawa. 
St. Benedict's College, Atchison. 
St. John's Lutheran College, Winfleld. 
St. Mary's College, St. Mary's. 
Bottla College, Bodge City. 
Southwest Kansas College, Wlnfield. 
University of Kansas, Lawrence. 
Washburn College, Topeka. 

Ashland College, Ashland. 
Berea College, Berea. 
Bethel College, Rossellvllle. 
Central University of Kentucky, Danville. 
Georgetown College, Georgetown. 
Kentucky University, Lexington. 
Kentucky Wesleyan College, Winchester. 
Liberty College, Glasgow. 
Ogden College, Bowling Green. 
Owensboro College, Owensboro. 
St. Mary's College, St. Mary. 
South Kentucky College, Hopklnsvllle. 
State College of Kentucky, Lexington. 
Union College. Barboursrille. 
Centenary College of Louisiana, Jackson. 
College of the Immaculate Conception, New 

Jefferson College, Convent. 
Leland University (colored). New Orleans. 
Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge. 
Mt. Lebanon Baptist Male (College, Mt. Lebanon. 
New Orleans University (colored). New Orleana. 
Straight University (colored). New Orleans. 
Tulane University, New Orleans. 


Bates College, Lewlston. 
Bowdoin CK>llege. Brunswick. 
Colby College, Waterville. 
University of Maine, Orono. 

Baltimore City College, Baltimore. 
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore. 




Loyola College, Baltimore. 

Morgan College, Baltimore. 

Mount St. Mary's College, Emmitsburg. 

Mount St. Mary's College. Mount St. Mary'i 

New Windsor College. New Windsor. 

Rock Hill College, ElUcott City. 

St. Charles College, ElUcott City. 

St. John's College, Annapolis. 

St. Joseph's Seminary, Baltimore. 

University of Maryland, Baltimore. 
- Washington College. Chestertown. 
* Western Maryland College. Westminster. 

Amherst College, Amherst. 

Boston College, Boston. 

Boston University, Boston. 

Clark University. Worcester. 

College of the Holy Cross, Worcester. 

French-American College, Springfield. 

Harvard University, Cambridge. 

Redfleld College. Worcester. 

St. Joseph's College, Lowell. 

Tufts College, Tufts College. 

Williams College, Williamstown. 

Adrian College, Adrian. 
Albion College, Albion. 
Alma College. Alma. 
Detroit College, Detroit. 
Hillsdale College. Hillsdale. 
Hope College, Holland. 
Kalamazoo College, Kalamazoo. 
Olivet CoUege, OUvet. 
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. 


Augsburg Seminary, Minneapolis. 
Carleton College. Northfield. 
Gustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter. 
Hamline University, St. Paul. 
Macalester College, St. Paul. 
Parker College, Winnebago City. 
St. John's University, Collegeville. 
St. Olaf College. Northfield. 
St. Paul's College, St. Paul Park. 
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. 

Mlllsaps College, Jackson. 
Mississippi College, Clinton. 
Rust University (colored). Holly Springs. 
University of Mississippi, University. 

Central College, Fayette. 
Central Wesleyan College, Warrenton. 
Christian Brothers College, St. Louis. 
Christian University, Canton. 
Clarksburg College, Clarksburg. 
Drury College, Springfield, 
(ieorge R. Smith College (colored), Sedalia. 
r^ Grange College, La Grange. 
Missouri Valley Ck)llege, Marshall, 
adlssourl Wesleyan (Allege. Cameron. 
Northwest Missouri College, Albany. 
Odessa (}ollege. Odessa. 
Park College, Parkvllle. 
Pike College, Bowling Oreen. 
Pritchett College, Glasgow. 
Ruskin College, Trenton. 
St. Louis University, St. Louis. 
St. Vincent's College, Cape Girardeau. 
Southwest Baptist College, Bolivar. 

Tarkio 0)llege. Tarklo. 

TTniTonity of tho State of Xisaourl, Columbia* 

Washington XTniTorsity, St. Louis. — 

Westminster College, Fulton. 

West Plains 0)llege, West Plains. 

William Jewell College, Liberty. 

Will Mayfleld College, Marble HIU. 

Montana Wesleyan University, Helena. 
Montana College, Deer Lodge. 
University of Montana. Missoula. 


Bellevue College, Bellevue. 

Cotner University, Bethany. 

Creighton University, Omaha. 

Doane 0)llege, Crete. 

Grand Island College, Grand Island. 

Hastings College, Hastings. 

Nebraska Wesleyan University, University Placa. 

Union College, College View. 

University of Nebraska, Lincoln. 

York College, York. 


Nevada State University, Reno. 

Dartmouth College, Hanover. 
St. Anselm's CoUege, Manchester. 

Princeton University, Princeton. 
Rutgers College, New Brunswick. 
St. Benedict's School, Newark. 
St. Peters College, Jersey City. 
Seton Hall College, South Orange. 

University of New Mexico. Albuquerque. 

Adelphl College, Brooklyn. 
Alfred University, Alfred. 
Canlslus College, Buffalo. 
Colgate University, Hamilton. 
0)llege of the City of New York, New York. 
College of St. Francis Xavier, New York. 
Columbia University, New York. ■ 
Cornell University, Ithaca. 
Hamilton College, Clinton. 
Hobart College, Geneva. 
Manhattan College. New York. 
New York VniTorsity, Kew York. 
Niagara University, Niagara University. 
St. Bonaventure's College, Alleghany. 
St. Francis 0)llege, Brooklyn. 
St. John's College, Brooklyn. 
St. John's College, Fordham. 
St. John's College, New York. 
St.- Lawrence University, Canton. *- 
St. Stephen's College, Annandale. 
Syracuse University, Syracuse. 
Union College, Schenectady. 
University of Rochester, Rochester. 

Atlantic Christian College, Wilson. 
Bennett CoUege, Greensboro. 
Biddle University (colored), Charlotte. — 
Catawba College, Newton. 
Corcordla College, CJonover. 
Davenport College, Lenoir. 
Davidson College, Davidson. 
Elon Collego. Elon Collefe. 




Guilford College. Guilford College. 

Lenoir College, Hickory. 

Livingstone College (colored), Salisbury. 

North Carolina College, Mt. Pleasant. 

Rutherford College, Rutherford. 

St. Xmry's College, Belmont. 

Shaw University, Raleigh. 

Trinity College, Durham. 

University of North Carolina, Chapel HUL - 

Wake Forest College, Wake Forest. 

Weavervllle College, Weavervllle. 

Fargo College. Fargo. 

Red River Valley University, Wahpeton.-- 
Unlveaslty of North Dakota, University. 

Adelbert College, Cleveland. 
Antloch College, Yellow Spring «. 
Ashland College, Ashland. 
Baldwin University, Berea. ~ 
Bncbtel College, Akron. 
Capital University, Columbus. 
Cedarville College, Cedarvllle. 
Defiance College. Defiance. 
Denlson University, Granville- 
iTlndlay College, Flndlay. 
Franklin College, New Athefhs. 
German Wallace College. Berea. 
Heidelberg University, Tlflln. 
Hiram College. Hiram. 
Kenyon College, Gambler. 
Lima College, Lima. 
Marietta CoUege, Marietta. 
Miami University, Oxford. 
Mount Union College, Alliance. 
Muskingum College. New Concord. 
Oberlln College, Oberlln. 
Ohio State University, Columbus. 
Ohio University, Athens. 
Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaws*^. 
Otterbein VniTersity, Westarrille. 
Rio Grande College, Rio Grande. 
8t. Ignatius College. Cleveland. 
St. John's College, Toledo. 
Ht. Xavier College, Cincinnati. 
Sdo College, Sclo. 
ITnlversIty of Cincinnati. Cincinnati. 
Hnlverslty of Wooster, Wooster. 
Western Reserve University. Cleveland. - 
Wllberforce University (colored). Wllberforce. 
Wilmington College, Wilmington. 
WIttenburg College. Springfield. 

Epworth University. Oklahoma. 
University of Oklahoma, Norman. 

Albany College, Albany. 
Columbia University, Portland. 
Dallas College, Dallas. 
McMlnnvIlle College. McMlnnvllle. 
Pacific College, Newberg. 
Pacific Univorsity, Forest Grove. 
Philomath College, Philomath. 
University of Oregon. Eugene. 
Willamette University. Salem. 

Albright College. Myerstown. 
Allegheny University, MeadvlUe. 
Backnell University. I^wlsburg. 
mckinson College. Carlisle. 

Elizaibth College, Elizabethtown. 

Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster. 

Geneva College. Beaver Falls. 

Grove City College, Grove City. 

Haverford College. Haver ford. 

Juniata College. Huntingdon. 

Lafayette 0)llege, Easton. 

La Salle College. Philadelphia. 

Lebanon Valley College. Annvllle 

Lehigh University. South Bethlehem. 

Lincoln University, Lincoln University. 

Moravian College and Theological Semlnarf 

Muhlenberg College. Allentown. 
Pennsylvania College. Gettysburg. 
Pennsylvania State College, State College. 
Pittsburg College of the Holy Ghost, Pittsbtirs 
Roanoke College. Phlladelplua. 
«;t. Fidelia College, Herman. 
''■'t. Joseph's College. Philadelphia, 
it. Vincent College. Beatty. 
Susquehanna University, Sellnsgrove. 
Swarthmore College, Swarthmore. 
l%iel College. Greenville. 
University of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia. -• 
Urslnns College. CoUegevllle. 
Vlllanova College. Villa nova. 
Volant College. Volant. 

Washington and JeflTemon College. Washington. 
Waynesbnrg College. Waynesbnrg. 
Western University of Pennsylvania, Allegheny ' 
Westminster College. New Wilmington. 


Brown University. Providence. 

Allen University (Colored), Oolumbia. 
Claflin University (colored). Orangeburg 
College of Charleston. Charleston. 
Erskine College. Due West. 
Fnrman University. Greenville. 
Leesvllle College. Leesvlllc. 
Newberry College. Newberry. 
Presbyterian College of S^^uth Carolina, Cllntoa 
South Carolina College. Columbia. 
Wofl!ord College. Spartanburg. 

Dakota University. Mitchell. - 
Huron College, Huron. 
Redfield College. Redfield. 
Sioux Foils University. Sioux Falls. " 
University of South Dakota, Vermilion. - 
Yankton College, Yankton. 

American University of Harrlman, Harrlman - 
Bethel College, MoKenzle. 
Bnrritt College, Spenrer. 
Carson and Newman College. Jefferson City. 
Christian Brothers College. Memphis. 
Cumberlnnd UniverBlty, Jjebanon. 
Fisk University (colored). Nashville. 
Grant rniverslty. Chattnnooga. 
Greenville and Tusciiliim College. Greenville. 
Hiawansee College. Hlnwassee College. 
Knoxvile College. Knoxvllle. 
Maryville College. Mnryvlle. 
Mlrhignn rollepe. Johnson City. 
Mllligan College. Millipan. 

Roger Williams University (colored). Nashvlll* - 
Southwestern Baptist University. Jacksnn 



Soathwestern Presbyterian Univergity, Clarks- 

Diversity of NashYlUe, NashTlIle. - 

Oniverslty of Tennessee, Knoxvllle. -■ 

UnlTcrslty of the South. Sewanee. - 

Unverft!ty of West Tennessee, Jackson. >- 

vanderbllt l^ulverslty, Nashville. - 

Walden Unlversily (colored), Nashville. - 

Washington College, Washington College. 

Austin College, Sherman. 

Baylor University, Waco. 
^Bishop College (colored), Marshall. 

Burleson College, Greenville. 

Fort Worth University. Fort Wnrth. 

Roward Payne College. Brownwood. 

7eff Davis College, Pittsburg. 

Paul Quln College (colored), Waco. 

Polytechnic College, Forth Worth. 

Simmons College, Abilene. 

^uthwestern University, Georgetown. — 

Texas Christian University. Waco. 

Trinity University, Waxahachle. - 

Unlvprsity of Texas, Austin. 

Wiley University (colored), Marshall. - 

Brlgham Young College, Logan. 

Brigham Toung University, Proro. 

Latter-Day Saints' University, Salt Lake City. 

University of Utah, Salt Lake City. 

Mlddlebury College, Middlebury. 

University of Vermont and State Agricultural 
College, Burlington. 


Brldgewater College, Brldgewater. 

College of William and Mary, Williamsburg. 

Emory and Henry C'>llege, Emory. 

Fredericksburg (College, Fredericksburg. 

Hampden-Sidney College. Hampden-Sidney. 

Richmond College, Richmond. 

Roanoke College. Salem. 

Shenandoah College, Reliance. 

University of Virginia, Charlottesville. " 

Virginia Union University (colored), Richmond ' 

Washington and Lee University, Lexington. - 

Gtonzaga (College. Spokane. 
. St. James' College, Vancouver. 

University of Puget Sound, Tacoma. - 

University of Washington, Seattle. 

Vashon College. Burton. 

Walla Walla College, Walla Walla. 

Whitman College, Walla Walla. 

Whitworth College, Tacoma. 


Bethany College, Bethany. 

Morris Harvey College, Barboursville. 
Wesley an University of West Virginia, Bnek-'^ 

West Virginia University, Morgantown. 

Be'.olt College, Belolt 

Carroll (College. Waukesha. 

Concordia College. Milwaukee. 

Lawrence University, Appleton. • 

Marquette College. Milwaukee. 

Milton College, Milton. 

Northwestern University. Watertown. - 

Rlpon College, Ripon. 

University of Wisconsin. Madisoa. - 

University of Wyoming, Laramie. — 

Albert College, Belleville. 
Assumption C>>llege. Sandwich. 
Huron College, London. 
Knox (College, Toronto. 
McMaster University, Toronto. - 
Queen's University, Kingston. ~ 
St. Francis College, Richmond. 
St. Jerome's. Berlin. 
St. Biichael's College, Toronto. 
University of Ottawa, Ottawa. - 
University of Queen's College, Kingston. 
University of Toronto. Toronto. 
University of THnlty College, Toronto. - 
Victoria University, Toronto. 
Western University and College, London. • 
Woodstock College, Woodstock. 
Wycllffe College, Toronto. 

Bishop's College, Lennoxville. 
Chlcoutimi College, Chicoutimi. 
JoUette College, Joliette. 
L'Assomption (}ollege, L'Assomption. 
Levis (College, Levis. 
Loyola CioUege, Montreal. 
McGlU University, Montreal. 
Montreal (College, Montreal. 
Nlcolet CoUege. Nlcolet. 
Quebec Seminary, Quebec. 
Rigaud College, Rlgaud. 
St. Hyachinthe Ck)llege, St. Hyadnthe. 
St. Laurent College, St. Laurent. 
St. Mary's (College, Montreal. 
St. Sulpice College, Montreal. 
Ste. Anne de la Pocatierre College, Ste. Anns 

de la Pocatierre. 
Ste. Marie Monnoir College, Ste. Marie de 

Ste. Therese College, Ste. Therese. 
Seminalre de Saint Germain de Rlmouskl, Rl* 

Sherbrooke (College. Sherbrooke. 
Stanstead Wesleyan Ck)llege, Stanstead. 
Three Rivers College, Three Rivers. 
University Laval, Quebec. 

Acadia College, WolfviUe. 
Dalhousle College and University, Halifax. 
King's College, Windsor. 
St. Anne College, Church Point. 
University of St. Fra ncls-Xavler (College, An - 


Brandon (}ollege. Bran<!on. 
Presbyterian College. Winnipeg. 
St. Boniface College. St. Boniface. 
University of Manitoba. Winnipeg. — 
Wesley College, Winnipeg. 

Columbian Methodist College. New Westminster. 
University of Mount Allison (College. Sackville. - 
University of New Brunswick, Fredericton. 
University of St. Joseph's College. Memram > 






BAfk&r liemodul Scminiify (wlored), Annla- 

Baptist CoUeglBtfl Institute* Newton. 
GberokeE Institute, Pornej. 
CoIliAfTlLle High SchDQi. CDlUaiTllle. 
ElkiDOiit High Bchml. Elkmont- 
Fayette Aeademj. Fayette, 
FlanutOD Hlfh School, FlomntoD. 
DByl«rivIlle High SehoaU OBjIeeTlUe. 
Oi^en Academy, Nftt* 
Hefllliig St^rlngft BaptUt ImUtute, HeallDg 

Mdle amd Fezaale Aeademy, Plsgab. 
Marlon Bftptlst Acaaerojr* Mnrloii. 
North Alabama Goll^^tate Instltutt^, TrLully. 
Folytechnle Collage and Ladlta' IniUtutc, Cu li- 
ma o. 
Eobart BoossE High Bohcol, Gurley, 
UaclEfoi-d Ul^b Scbool. lioekford. 
Settler 'p School, Ml£fl, BUika, 
Shi lob High Bchool, B«ll. 
SpHuf Lak« college, SprlDgrllle, 
Trld««ka College. Crewii Depot, 
UnlTeraltr School, GlantoD, 


St JoBfpb AcadeiDjr. Treacott. 


Amltj' Hlgb Sthool. Amltr^ 

Arfeaiuaa Baptlat College (colored), Ltttk 

Backaer College. WltchervlJje, 
Clark e'a Aeademj, BerryTiile. 
Boawell tQBtltutc, Newport, 
Frlecdfiblp High Scboal. Frtendibtp. 
Hcndrlx Academy, Q en try, 
Hendrlx Academy, Hena, 
HloemoD'a tJnlrerilty School, Montlcelio, 
HollDcas Llterarr School. VlloDla. 
lUgiKlne Ouachita Acadp^my. MugulJie. 
Niw Sublaco College, Sple^errllle, 
Okolona High School, Dkolonn, 
Ouachita Acndetuy, MouiubUi Uonie, 
Ouachita Baptbt IHitti Seiiool. B^ntoDTllle- 
Bogera Academy. Rogera. 
Shorter College (colored). North Little Eoek, 
SloaD-HendrU Academy. Imbodeu. 
Stuttgart College, Stuttgnrt. 
Thompaou'a Claaaleal Institute. Faru^Duld, 
UalOD Baptist 11 Iff b Bcbool, Bod caw. 
wmiama Industrial Institute H-olorvd), Little 


Academy of Oar Lady of Pface, San DU-'go. 
Acsdemy of the Immaculate Heart of Maryt 

San Lulfl Oblapo. 
Academy of the Sacred Heart, Saa Franclacif, 
Berkeley Preparatory Scb«ol, Berk^lfy. 
Or««ecnt City Af^ademy, Crc«cent City, 
H«iid*t Preparatory S^hoal, Berkeley, 
E««ld«liisrg College, Healdabnrg, 
Eowe't Aeademy aad Biuliiea« College, Sae- 


Irvki^ luHtitute, Sun Frani^Utco, 

Lyceum, Hit?, S^u Frnnciflco, 

kloiint St, Mnrya AcadoDiy, Crnaa Valley, 

Out Lady of llcrcj Academy < San Fr&Dclaca. 

Presentation Convent, San Praiictiico, 

Raymond Coaching; S<-huoL Sun Fraoclaco, 

Sacred Hourt Academy. tlnUliter, 

St. Bridget's School, San Franclaco, 

St. Gertrude's Acudcmy, Itto Vlata, 

St. Mary 'a Convent, San Lenndro, 

St. Peter'B Academy, San Franrlfteo, 

St. Vlnceiifs Academy, PetuUimB. 

fit. YlQceut'a Convent School, VaUeJo. 

St. ViDceut'a School, Sun Frftnelveo, 

San Joae Academy, San Jo«e. 

Sntiia Barbara Calleglate School, Santa Bar^ 

WaAbom Scbixil, San Joae, 

Colorado StAtc Preparatory Sihool, BouMer. 
Cutler Academy, Coloi-ado Uprtnga. 
Frefl Night School for Boy a, Denver, 
Mount Gertrude's Academy. Bonldcr. 
St. Mary'a School, Lnadvllte, 
Bullda Academy, SaUda. 
San Luis School, Colorado Springs. 

Booth Preparatory Schwjl, New HaveiL 
Cornwall School, The, Cornwall, 
DaTld M, Hunt Scbixtl, Falla Tllhi««, 
Eaaton Academy, Eaaton. 
BmmetCo School, Mlddletown. 
Fairfield Academy, Falrfleld. 
Gerard Srbool, Waterbury. 
Gllhfrt School, Wlnated. 
Qreenwlch Academy, GreenwJeh, 
Hamdeu BitlL Itamden, 
Hill Academy, Eeddlng. 
Ho[HK»n'B School, KeDt, 
King School, The, Sun ford. 
Morgan School, Clinton, 
Mystic Valley English and CUaaleal Institute^ 

Newtown Academy, Newtown. 
Norwich Free Academy, Norwich. 
Pat ten* a School, Mlddletown. 
Prntt Htgb School, Es«cx, 
tlobipins School The, Narfolfc, 
St. Jtiaepb'a Scbool, Bridgeport. 
St. Mnry*a Academy, New HaTea. 
Scnaldij Semtnary, Southport 
Shopard^B Private School, Mln, SaybrcKik. 
Simpson '« Pcbool. Mllford. 
Staples HiKh R^^br^cil, Westport, 
Wheeler School. North Stonlngton, 
Woodstock Academy, Woodstock, 

FHenda' School, Wilmington, 

Priendii* Selert Scbmil, WaBhlngton, 
Notre Dame Academy, Wushlngton, 

Florida Seminary. Sulherlitnd. 
Convent of Mary tromiculate. Key West, 
Oookman Inatltute < colored h Jacksonville, 
Edward Watera College (colored), Jncksoii. ^ 





Feasenden Academy, Martin. 

Florida BapUiit Ck)UAge, JackaonTllle. 

Florida Institute, Lire Oak. 

Holy Name Academy, San Antonio. 

St. Joaeph's Academy, Femandlna. 

St. Joseph's Academy and Day Scbool, Pa- 
la tka. 

St. Jo«eph*8 Academy, St. Angnstine. 

Tftmpa Preparatory Scbool, Tampa. 

Anna Dill Institute, Fort McPhenon. 

Augusta Co-Bducatlonal Institute, Augusta. 

Austell High Scbool, AusteU. 

Ballard School, Macoo. 

Beach Institute, Sarannah. 

Benedict Memorial School, Samuel, Cedartown. 

CamesTllle High School. CamesTlUs. 

Central City College, Macon. 

CleTeland Academy, CleTeland. 

CooksTlUe High School. CooksTlUe. 

DouglasTlUe College. Douglas. 

Epworth Seminary Bpworth. 

BTerett Springs Seminary, Ererett Springs. 

Falrmount College, FSlrmount. 

Fleming High School. JohnstouTllle. 

Gibson-Mercer Academy, Bowman. 

Gordon Institute, Barnesrllle. 

HartweU Institute, HartwelL 

Heam Academy for Boys and Olrls, Care 

Hlawassee High School, Hlawassee. 

Houston High School, Arabl. 

Hutcbeson Collegiate Institute, Whltesburg. 

Jeruel Academy, Athens. 

Knox Institute and Industrial School, Athens. 

LaTonla Institute, Laronia. 

Le Vert College, Talbotton. 

Literary Normal Institute, Ringgold. 

Locust GroTe Institute, Locust Orore. 

Middle Georgia Institute. Concord. 

Moore's School. Miss, Columbus. 

Mossy Creek Academy, Leo. 

Mount Zlon Seminary. Mount Zlon. 

Nannie Lou Wartben Institute, WrlgbtsrlUe. 

NellleTllle Academy (colored), Augusta. 

Norman Institute, Norman Park. 

OllTer High School. Olirer. 

Paine College. Augusta. 

Pendergrass High School. Pendergrass. 

Perry-Ralney College. Auburn. 

Piedmont College and Jesse S. Green Institute. 

Piedmont Institute. Rockmart. 

Robert B. Lee Institute. Thomaston. 

St. Joseph's Academy, Columbus. 

Statesboro Institute and Business College, 

StelUTllle High Scbool, StellsTllle. 

Stephens Institute, Forsyth. 

Storrs School (colored), Atlanta. 

Swalnsboro High Scbool, Swainsboro. 

Talmage Institute. Irrlngton. 

Walker Baptist Institute. Augusta. 

Walker High School. Newnan. 

Wynnton 0>llege, Columbus. 

Academy of Idaho, Poca telle. 

College of Idaho. Caldwell. 

Fielding Academy, Paris. 

Fremont Stake Academy, Rezburg. 

Oneida Stake Academy, Preston. 

Ricks Academy. Rexburg. 


Academy of Northwestern University. ETanston. 

(Central Institute, Chicago. 

CofCeen Normal School and Academy, Coffeen. 

Crab Orchard Academy. Crab Orchard. 

Elgin Academy of Northwestern UnlTerslty. 

Glttlngs Seminary, La Harpe. 
Grand Prairie Seminary, Onerga. 
Interior Academy, Dakota. 
Mary Academy, Elgin. 
Mendota Ck>llege, Mendota. 
Mt. Morris College, Mt. Morris. 
Parker School, Francis W., Chicago. 
Pleasant View Luther (Allege, Ottawa. 
Port Byron Academy, Port Byron. 
Routt 0>llege, Springfleld. 
St. James School. Chicago. 
St. Theresa's Academy. Decatur. 
Southern (^Ueglate Institute, Albion. 
Toulon Academy. Toulon. 
Union Academy of Southern IlllDols. Anna. 
Vermilion GroTe Academy, Vermilion GroTe. 
Warren Academy. Warren. 
WaynesTllle Academy, Waynesrille. 
Wellesley Preparatory School. Alton. 
Werer-Medla Academy, Media. 
Whipple Academy. JacksonriUe. 
Zlon Educational Institution, Zlon City. 


Central Academy. Plalnfleld. 

Falrmount Academy and Normal Scbool, Fair* 

Friends' Bloomingdale Academy, Bloomingdale. 
Industrial Scbool, Wolf Lake. 
Jasper (Allege. Jasper. 
Manchester Ck>llege. North Manchester. 
Maplewood School. Kokomo. 
Oakland City College, Oakland City. 
Rochester College. Rochester. 
St. Agnes Academy, Indianapolis. 
St. FVands Academy, Kokomo. 
St. Ignatius Academy, Lafayette. 
St. Joseph's Academy, ETansrille. 
St. Lawrence Select Scbool. Lawrenceburg. 
St. Mary's High Scbool. Michigan CHty. 
St. Michael's Academy, Plymouth. 
St. Patrick's Scbool, Indianapolis. 
St. Rose's Academy. LaPorte. 
Splceland Academy. Spiceland. 
Winona Training Scbool. Winona. 

Cameron Presbyterian Institute, Cameron. 
Chelsea Academy, (Tbelsea. 
(^erokec Academy, Tableqnab. 
Dwigbt Mission School, Marble. 
Friends Ski-a-took Scbool. Hillside. 
Hargrove Colleife, Ardmore. 
Indian University, Bacone. 
Murrow Indians' Orphan Home. Atoka. 
Pryor Creek Collegiate Institute, Pryor Creek. 
Ryan Educational Institute, Ryan. 
Willie Halsell Ck>llege, Vlnita. 


Academy of Our I^dy of Victory, Waterloo. 
Academy of the Holy Ghost, Dubuque. 



Academy of the trnmncnUte CqncepiloD, Cbiir1i?i 

Aca4«imy of the troDiii<;iil«te Coace!'ptlon< tlJiTea- 

Academy of tlio lonnACulate Goneeptton, P**lr- 

Academy of tbfl ImmftCiilAte Ctmc^gtlon* Gil- 

Academy of the Ylaltallon. Dt^e Uo|iif>a. 
AcJEwarth Academy, Ackwortlj. 
BUcfthnrn's Academy, Charlton. 
Cedar VBl)(»y Seminary. Osage. 
C]nt-lEi»*a Scbool, Dcs Molnea. 
Coi-olnff Academy, Cornltvp, 
CorptLH Chi-lBtl Academy. Ft. Dodge. 
DAV^&pdrt InBtUnte. Da Yi^ oporto 
Dpcorah InstitTito. Decorah. 
D^nmttrtc AcHdeDiy* Denmarlr, 
ElUwot-tli Collet, low* Falla. 
Elk Horn LuthefMo Institute* &lft Bom. 
Epiphany Aradctny, filanx City, 
Epwofth Seminary. Epwortb, 
ETinj^^lIcjil Lutbci-an CHollege^, Atkina, 
ETan^ellcal Luthernn C^ltcKe, Lnmnw. 
ETangelleAl Ldtherati College. NowbalL 
EFansrelleAl Zloo'a School. I^mare, 
Fairfleld Aeademj. Fnlrfleld. 
Plrat OermflD Evangelical School, Bnrltsg'toti, 
Frleuda" Acad^'my. LeGrand. 
Germui'EnjRlljtb Lutheran School. Lowdea. 
German-KlnRUsh Schoi^l. DaTenpflrt* 
German Evanirolleal St. John 'a Scbnol, ClareueB. 
flerman Luthpj-an Cflllepf. Vnn Horn, 
German Liithemn Parflcblfll SfhfKil, Cborlratt^, 
Germ an Lnthprun Parocblal School. CHntoa, 
German Lnthtran Zlfln S^bmil. PuTenport. 
German Parochial School, Charter Oak, 
G<>rtnDn Pnrofhljil Scliool. HceiItoii. 
German Piimrhlal Spbool. Manilla. 
Gortnan School. Arradla. 
Grrman Seho&i. Glldden. 
Grand View College, Ops Moines. 
Haskln'fl Seboot. DaTcnport, 
Holy Trinity OatboUe Scbool. ProtlTlne. 
Howe*s Academy. Mt, Pleasant. 
Ida KlnderfBrtcn Inatltnte . DaYenport, 
Immaeulnite Conception Arndpmy, DeMraJi. 
lowtt City Academy, Jtiwm City, 
Jewell Lutheran Collesre, Jewell 
Leander Clark CuUefte. 1*»lPdo. 
Mej-cr parochial Schawl, Meyer. 
Mt, Carmel Arademy, Carroll. 
Mt, Cb rmel Pn rneb la 1 Seho<*l, La wier. 
Mt, Pleasant Academy, Mt. Pleasant. 
New Prftiridence Academy. New ProFldenee. 
Nom SpHnpv Beratnary. K<>ra Springs. 
Nortb W«d)tnfftoti Parochial Sehool, Hortb 

Nortbw*^stprn Clanslcal AcaVIemy, Orange City- 
Notre Dame Seminary* Independence. 
Onr Lndy of Lonrdea Aeftflemy, Bnrllnirton, 
Parocbtftl fi^chool. Mare^ifl. 
PleaBsnC Plain Academy, Pleasant Plain, 
Sac Ctty Inntltnte, Sar City. 
Sacred Heart Aendamy^ Clinton. 
Sacred Heort Acadi*my^ Marlon. 
Sacred Heart School. Brtone, 
Sacred Heart J^rhonl, Eaiflp Grore, 
Sacred Heart Scbool. Ft. DodRe, 
Sacred Heart School. RockW(>lK 
Sacred Heart Scbool. Templeton, 
St. Afatha's Seminary, tow* City* 

St, A loyal aa Academy, Calmar. 

St. Ambroae Aeudemy. Oi^a Moliiea. 

St. Atm'a Academy, ValL 

St, Anagar Seminary and laatltute, St. Aiurar. 

St. Beruard'a School. Breda. 

St. Bernard'a Scbool, Waverly* 

St. Boniface Academy* I^oelb, 

St. Boniface Academy) New Vleuu. 

St. Boniface Academy, Sloui City' 

St. Columbklira Academy, Dubaan/SL 

St. Fraacla Academy, BwUtowo. 

St. Francla Acadii?my, DycraTllle. 

St. Franelu Academy, Mason City, 

St, Francis de Sale s Academy. Oaaliui. 

St, John> Catbd»Ue S«bi»I, Aabton. 

St. John's Evan^elleAl Lntberitn Scbtnt* Qtsr- 

St. Jobu'fl Gerinan Calbullc Scbool. Borllni^ 

St. John 'a School. Arcadia. 
St. Joaepb'a Academy, Cedar Rapids. 
St, Joaepli'B Academy* Dea Moines. 
St Joaepb'a Academy, Do Witt. 
St. Joaepb'B Academy , Farley, 
St, Joseph's Academy, Lcmara, 
St, Joseph *a Academy, Multard. 
St. Jose^ib's Academy, Dttomwa. 
St, Joseph *a AciLdeniy, Solli. 
St. Joa^ph'a Academy. Stout CltJ< 
St. Joseph 'a Academy, Weat Bend. 
St. Joseph*! Parocblal School* tndeptindebCs, 
St, Joaeph'a School, Carroll. 
St, Joaepb'i School, Creaeo. 
St, Joiepb's Scbool, Elkader. 
St, JcMi^pb's School. Neola. 
St, Martin's Academy. Cascade. 
St, Mary's Acmdemyt Cascmde. 
St. M^ry^B Academy* Dubuiine. 
St, M«ry*B Academy* Festlna. 
St, Mary's Academy, Grand Janetlon. 
St, Mary's Academy* Mt. Pleasant, 
St, Mary 'a Academy, New HaTen. 
St, Mary's Academy, Remaen. 
St, Msry'a Coltefe* Emmetabonff. 
St, Mary's Inatltute, Haverhllt, 
St, Mary*B Parochial School, New Hampton. 
St, Mary's School. Clinton, 
SL Mary's School, Gnttenberg, 
St, Mmry'a ScbDol* Iowa City, 
it, Mary's SrhooV Blvcr^lde, 
St. Mathltts Acudcmy, Mt, PkaBsnt. 
St, Matthew's Schot-1, Clare. 
St. Mich a el's School, Norway, 
St, Patrick's Academy, Clinton, 
St, Patrick*a .\cadt?my, Dunbury. 
St. Patrick** Academy, Dubuque. 
St, Patrick"* School. Dougherty. 
St. Patrick's Scbool. Wankon. 
St. Paul's Academy, Wortblngrton, 
St. Paul's Evangellcul Lutheran Scbool, 

St. Paol'B Lntbersn Scbool, Ft. Dodge, 
St. Peter's and Paul's School. CtrroU. 
St. Rspbael'B Academy. DnbuQue. 
St. Rose Academy, Denlson, 
St. Wencelan's A<.-ademyi SpllTllle. 
St. Karler's Academy, Manebester, 
Sac and Fox Agency Scbool, Toledo. 
Scatter good Semlnair, Weat Baden. 
Scbool of the Aftanmptlon, Cresro, 
Tllford Collegiate Acfidemy. Vinton, 




Tobln College, Fort Dodge. 

Walford Lutheran College, Forest City. 

Wartburg Teachers' Seminary and Academy, 

Whittler College. Salem. 


Assumption School, Topeka. 

Bethel College. Newton. 

College Preparatory School, Atchison. 

Enterprise Academy, Enterprise. 

Haviland Academy. Haviland. 

Hesper Academy, Budora. 

Hesper Academy, Hesper. 

Hiawatha Academy, Hiawatha. 

Lewis Academy, Wichita. 

Lowell Academy. LowelL 

MoPherson College, MoPherson. 

North Branch Academy, North Branch. 

Notre Dame de Lourdcs Academy, Fort Scott 

Pottawatomie Boarding School, Nadeau. 

St. Paul School. St. Paul. 

St. Rosi Academy, Danville. 

Southern Kansas Academy, Eureka. 

Spring River Academy, Galena. 

Drsuline Academy, Paola. 

Washington Academy, Washington. 


Albany High School, Albany. 

Alexander College, Burkesvllle. 

Ashbury College, Wilmore. 

Auburn Seminary, Auburn. 

Bardstown Male and Female Institute, Bards- 

BlandYiUe Baptist College, Bland ville. 

BooneylUe Academy, BoonerlUe. 

Bowling Green Preparatory School, Bowling 

Caldwell Academy and Graded School, Owen- 

Campbcllsburg High School. Campbellsburg. 

Central Christian College, HustonyiUe. 

Clinton College, Clinton. 

East Lynne College, Buffalo. 

Excelsior Collegiate Institute, Jett. 

Falrmount College, Sulphur. 

Flexner's School, Louisville. 

Gethsemane College, Trappist. 

Hardin Collegiate Institute, Elizabethtown. 

Harlan Academy, Harlan. 

Harrodsburg Academy. Harrodsburtr 

Hartford College and Business Institute, Hart- 

Hazel Green Academy. Hazel Green. 

Hindman School, Hindman. 

Hyden Academy. Hyden. 

Independence High School, Independence. 

Kentucky Classical and Business College, North 

Kentucky Wesleyan Academy, Gampton. 

Kenyon College, Hodgenville. 

Lee's Collegiate Institute. Jackson. 

Level Green Academy. Level Green. 

Louisville Training School, Beechmont. 

Lynnland Male and Female Institute, Glen- 

Male and Female Academy, Providence. 

Male and Female College, Sharpsburg. 

Male and Female High School, Columbia. 

Marvin College, Clinton. 

Morgantown Seminary, Morgantown. 

Mount Vernon Collegiate Institute, Mount Ver- 

Northern Kentucky Normal Academy, Corinth. 

PikeviUe CoUegiate Institute. Pikeville. 

Presentation Academy, Louisville. 

Princeton Collegiate Institute, Princeton. 

Reed's School, Bliss, Danville. 

Riverside Seminary, Vanceburg. 

Rugby School, Covington. 

St. Augustine Academy, Lebanon. 

St. James' School, Elisabethtown. 

St. John's Select School, Carrolton. 

St. Blary's Academy, Paducah. 

Shacklett Academy, MadisonviUe. 

Sharpsburg Academy, Sharpsburg. 

Smith's Classical School, Cynthlana. 

South Fulton College, Fulton. 

S. W. Buchanan Collegiate Institute, Campbells- 

Spencer Institute, Taylorsvllle. 

Stanford Male and Female Seminary, Stanford. 

State University, Louisville. 

Sue Bennett Memorial School, London. 

Theodore Harris Institute. Plnevllie. 

University School, Louisville. 

Vanderbilt Training School, Elkton. 

Van Horn Institute, Slaughtersvllle. 

Waynesborg Seminary, Waynesborg. 

West Kentucky Seminary. Beaver Dam. 

WiUow DeU Academy, ElisavlUe. 

Yerkes' Private School, Paris. 


Academy of the Immacnlate Conception, Ope- 

Daniel Hand Schocd (colored), New Orleans. 

Dixon Academy, Covington. 

Fasnacht's Graded Institute, New Iberta. 

Feliciana Female Collegiate Institute, Jackson. 

Harrisonburg High School, Harrisonburg. 

Haughn Institute, New Orleans. 

Herbert Institute, New Orleans. 

Marksville High School, Marksville. 

Millwood Institute, Jackson. 

Plcard Institute, New Orleans. 

Poydras Academy, New Roads. 

Robert Institute, New Orleans. 

St. Agnes Hall School, New Orleans. 

St. Hyandnth's Boarding Academy. Monroe. 

Soclete Francaise du Julllet School, New Or- 

Trinity School, New Orleans. 


Anson Academy, North Anson. 

Berwick Academy. South Berwick. 

Bridge Academy, Dresden Mills. 

Bridgton Academy, North Bridgtoo. 

Cherryfleld Academy, Cherryfleld. 

Coburn Classical Institute, Watervllle. 

Corlnna Union Academy, Corlnna. 

East Corinth Academy, Bast Corinth. 

East Maine Conference Seminary, Buckspoi^ 

Erskine Academy. South China. 

Foxcroft Academy. Foxcroft. 

Freedom Academy, Freedom. 

Fryeburg Academy, Fryeburg. 

George Stevens Academy, Bluehlll. 

Gould's Academy, Bethel. 

Oreely Instltate, Cumberland Center. 




HntDpOeti Acftdeiii;, Hampdea. 

Hebt-on Acudt^myp HebruD. 

Biselna' Oliiuloal InatJtute. CliArlefltoD. 

Xilmlagtoti Academj. Llmliigton. 

lAncolQ'A AcadeiDj, NiifiTiistlc. 

Lltchflctd Academy, Lltcbilold Corperg. 
^Httlne Ceotral luatHuto, iMttaflDld. 
} BrorCtk YarmouUi Acsdemy, YurmQUth, 

iPjinonQcld Samlnui-y, North PurKMifleld. 
IFeDijeU liietttutc, Graj-. 
fFettQt Academy, Sebiigo. 

Rtcfc^r Claialcal I[utLtuto< HanUoD. 
I BoEUcTBet Academy, Atbeni. 

Thornton Academj', Soco. 

Wmhtj^tfiQ Acfldeiny, Enat afacblai. 

WlUoa Academy I W litem. 

Wlicaaaet A cade nay „ WiscttsBet. 


Aftordhj Scboul, Baltimore. 
Allegany C«>unty Airadctnsr. Gumbi^rlaiid. 
Andrew BtnaU Aeadffmyv Darneatown. 
Anpc Arundel Acadf>iay. ULlleravUle. 
Bi'ODket'lllie Acndeiay. BruokeTllIe. 
BroDawJcte Semliiary, firunswlck. 
Frederick Cu]I{>ge, Frederick. 
Frl«iida' School, BaltLmoT«. 
Jacob Tomo ljiBtttut«H Port Deposit. 
EiMpp'fl tiutScntv. BatttmotQ, 
McDomiasIi Jnntltute^ La Pktu. 
BCltton Academy, Baltlinore. 
MUtoti Academy. Tkni'ytoirn, 
EocbTllle Academy. BocktlUe. 
St. Uary's Academy, X^eonardtowji* 
[: Sherwood Trlenda* School, Bandy Bprlng. 
Weat Nottlngliam Academy < Color** 


^AUeo BcbooL The* West Newt^o. 
Acadpzoyi Shelhurtie Fails, 
ncmft School, Sprlngflold* 
aucroft Schoolt WolLnston. 
I^Barker Free School. Weat Box ford. 

hire School, The, Flttafield. 
pBrlatol A4?fldemy, Taunton. 

Got! well Academy « Sootli Worth tnrtc^n. 

Giublnc Academy. Aaliburaham* 

Dean Academy h Fraiiklln. 

|leerll«1d Acadf^tny and DJckLaaon High ScbooU 
^Dffrby Acadi^roy, Fflngbam. 

Bmmanael Schwl for Feehlti and Afflicted Chil- 
dren, FaytiUc. 

Fauntlej^y Hall School, Box bury. 

nttlng School for Bay a and GLrli, Oamhridxe. 

Frlendi* Academy, New Bedford. 

Hlira ScbotJl, Mlsa, Lowell. 

Hltcbcocfc Free Academy. Brlmfleld. 

Home Ft^paratory School. New Bedford. 

Hopklna Academy. Hadley. 

Howe School, BlUerlca. 

Le^lceatcr Academy, Letceiiter* 

mitoQ Academy, Milton. 

Moniiot] Academy, llonson. 

UardDck School. Wlrachetidea, 

Newton PrtTate School, Kewton, 
^]e3i<»ta Academy « Dudloy. 

Initlbite, Beroardatown, 
ftm SchooV Acdotef. 

Qatncy Mansion ScbooU WoUaaton, 

St. John's N'ormal College. Dap^ara. 

St* John's School, Woreeater. 

Sawln Academy and Dowao Hleb School, Sher* 

Smith Academy, Hatfield. 

Soulh Lancaster Academy, South Lancoater. 
Tabor Academy » Tbe. Uarlon. 
Tliayer Academy. South Bra In tree. 
Walker 'a Preparatory S^^bool, Salum. 
Waltbsm New Chnrch School, Walthasu 
Wealeyan Academy, Wtlhrabam, 
WoBtford Academy. ^%'eHttord, 
White's Home School. Mtaa, Coaeord. 

Bnttio Civtfk College, Battle Creek. 
Bantan Harl»«r Collorap BvuUm Harbor. 
Benzonla Acudemy, Benaonla, 
RalaLn Valley Seminary, Adrian. 
Sacred Henrt Academy. Laurtnm. 
St. Andrew ■§ Academy. Saginaw. 
St. Joseph's Academy. Marquette. 
St. Joseph High School, Escanaba. 
St. Thnmaa Hl^b School, Ann Arbor. 
Spring Arbor Seminary* fiprlnff Arbor, 

Baldwin Seralnaryt St. Paul. 
Brecfc School, Wilder. 
Concordia C^Ucgei Moorhend. 
Crookaton College. Crookaton. 
Glen wood Academy. Glen wood. 
Luther Academy. Albert Lea, 
Minneapolis Academy. Mlnneapolia. 
Minneapolis Claaalcal School. MLnnea|K>l]a, 
Nortbweatcm College, Fer^ua FaUa, 
Park Region Lntlieran C"«»llege» Fergus Pftlla. 
Pllabnry Academy. Owatonna. 
PJpeatono Indian Training School. Pipestone. 
St, Mary 'a Hlgb Sebool. St. Pant. 
Wlllmar Seminary, WUlmHr 
Wlndom Inatttute, Biontcvldeo, 

Bennett Academy. ClarkaoD. 
Braxton Collegiate Inatltnte. Braitos. 
Carthage Academy, Cartbage. I 

Cascllla High School. Cascltla. 
Cbatyheuttf Springs Institute, Cbslylxeate. ! 

Columbia Higb School, Columbia. 
Onmherlana Nornjal Institute, Camberlaod. 
Dlaton High School, PUon. 
Edlnbnrg High School. Edtnbnrg. 
Foreat DIatrlct High School, Montrose. 
Grennda Collegiate Instttnto, Grenada. 
Harpcrrllle Collegiate Inatltate, BarperrlUe, 
Hebron High School, Hebron, 
luka College, Itika. 
Jacksoii C^jllege (colored). Jarknon. 
JefTerann High Schcwl, Jefferson. 
Kate Tucker Inatitnte. Byhnlla. 
Liberty Male and Female Colkge, Liberty. 
Lincoln School. Merld^n. 

Lockbart Hale and FemiLte Inftltnt^. Lock- 
Meridian Academy, Meridian. 
Mount OUtc High Scbcol. Mount OllTe. 
Natchea College (colored], Natehea. 
Orwood Academy, Orwood. 
Plttahoro Male and Female College, PIttsbofo* 
Prorldcnc^ Male and Female College. NetttetoD. 
Randle'a UnJnr^tr Bdlool, Hernando. 




St. Clare's Academy, Yazoo City. 
Shubata High School. Shubuta. 
Southern Christian Institute, Edwards. 
StarkTille Graded School, StarkTlUe. 
Sylyarena High School. Sylvarena. 
l^ro High School, Tyro. 
Union Church High School, Union Church. 
Vaiden Institute, Valden. 

Appleton City Academy, Appleton City. 
Bellevue Collegiate Institute, Caledonia. 
Buchanan College, Troy. 
Carleton College, Farmington. 
Carthage Collegiate Institute, Carthage. 
Centenary Academy, Palmyra. 
Compton's School for Children, Miss, St. Louis. 
Concordia College, Gravelton. 
Cooper College, Moundville. 
Dadeville Academy, Dadeyille. 
Fairdealing High School, Fairdealing. 
Haynes Academy, Excelsior Springs. 
Henderson Academy, Henderson. 
Hooper Institute, Clarksburg. 
Howell Institute, HowelL 
Iberia Academy, Iberia. 
Kidder Institute, Kidder. 
Lamar College, Lamar. 
La Salle Institute, Glencoe. 
Lincoln Institute (colored), Jefferson City. 
MarionyiUe Collegiate Institute. Marionyllle. 
Manrin Collegiate Institute, Fredericktown. 
MaryriUe Seminary. Blaryyille. 
McGee Holiness College, College Mound. 
Miller County Institute, Spring Garden. 
North Missouri Academy, Salisbury. 
OtteryiUe College. Otterville. 
Phillips School. St. Louis. 
Pilot GroTe Academy. Pilot GroTe. 
Plattsburg College, Plattsburg. 
Principia School, St. Louis. 
St. Cecelia Seminary. Holden. 
St. Columbus School, Chilllcothe. 
St. Joseph's Academy. Chilllcothe. 
St. Joseph's Academy. Hannibal. 
St. Joseph's School, Edina. 
St. Peter's School, Jefferson City. 
St. Xavier's Academy, Marshall. 
Sweet Springs Academy, Sweet Springs. 
Van Rensselaer Academy, Rensselaer. 
Walther College. St. Louis. 
Watson Seminary, Ashley. 
Weanbleau Christian College. Weaubleau. 
Webb City College, Webb City. 
Woodland College, Independence. 
Woodson Institute. Richmond. 
Wright's College and Private High School, St. 

Montana College, Deer Lodge. 
Ursullne Convent. St. Peter. 

Bethesda College. Henderson. 
Chadron Academy. Chadron. 
Dana College, Blair. 
Danish Academy. Nysted. 
Franklin Academy. Franklin. 
Gates Academy, Neligh. 
Lincoln Academy, Lincoln. 
Luther Academy, Waboo. 
NatlTity School. North Platte. 

Nebraska Central College. Central City. 

Orleans Seminary, Orleans. 

Pawnee City Academy, Pawnee. 

St. Francis Academy, Columbus. 

Santee Normal Training School, Santee. 

School of the Holy Family, York. 

Ursullne Convent, Falls Ci^. 

Weeping Water Academy, Weeping Water. 


Indian Training School, Carson City. 

Atkinson Academy, Atkinson. 

Austin Academy, Center Strafford. 

Barnard High School, South Hampton. 

Coe's Northwood Academy. Northwood Center. 

Colby Academy, New London. 

Conant High School, East Jeffrey. 

Dow Academy, Franconia. 

Francestown Academy. Francestown. 

Gilmanton Academy, Gilmanton. 

Hampstead High School, Hampetead. 

Kezer Seminary, Canterbury. 

Kimball Union Academy, Meriden. 

Lancaster Academy and High Sdkool. Lancas- 

McCollom Institute, Mount Vemoo. 

McGraw Normal Institute. Reeds Ferry. 

New Hampshire Seminary. Tllton. 

New Hampton Literary Institute. New Hamp- 

Nute High School, Billton. 

Pembroke Academy. Pembroke. 

Pinkerton Academy, Derry. 

Proctor Academy, Andover. 

St. Aloyslus School, Nashua. 

Sanborn Seminary. Kingston. 

Steven's High School. Claremoont. 


Anable's School, Miss. New Brunswick. 

Bacon Academy, Woodstown. 

Baldwin and Neldon's School, South Orange. 

Blair Presbyterian Academy. Blalrstown. 

Camden Friends School, Camden. 

Dearborn Morgan School, Orange. 

Farnnm Preparatory School, Beverly. 

Friends' Academy. Moorestown. 

Friends* High School, Georgetown. 

German American School, Jersey City Heights. 

Glenwood Institute. Matawan. 

Grossmann School for Nervous Children, Plain- 

Hasbrouck Institute, Jersey City. 

Hoboken Academy, Hoboken. 

McChesney's College. Paterson. 

Morristown School. Morrlstown. 

Passaic Collegiate School. Passaic. 

Peddle Institute. Hlgbtstown. 

Pennington Seminary. Pennington. 

Rand Collegiate School. Trenton. 

Rutgers College Preparatory School, New Bniii«k 

St. Agnes Academy. New Brunswick. 

St. Aloyslus Academy, Jersey Olty. 

Salem Friends' School, Salem. 

Seeley's Home School. Deckertowo. 

Short Hills School. The. Short Hllli. 

South Jersey Institute. Bridgeton. 

Upsala College, New Orange. 

Van Rensselaer Seminary, Burlington. j 





Aesdemj of Bolj CroM, Bedford. 

Aesdemx of the B0I7 Kame, AIIMI17. 

▲dolpfaU Academx, Brooklyn. 

▲lfr»d Acadenj. Alfred. 

All SftinU Academic Sdiool of IfaaluitUii, New 

Aotwerp High Scliool, Antwerp. 
AofwitlnlJin Instltate. Carthage. 
Barnard School for Boja. New York. 
Bedford Academy. Bedford. 
Bedford Academy, Brooklyn. 
Brec^oort Bcbool, Tbe. Brooklyn. 
Boffalo. Seminary, Tbe, BolTalo. 
Gary CoUegUte Seminary. Oakfleld. 
Cayofa Lake Academy, Aurora. 
Cacenoiia Seminary, Casenorla. 
Cedly Baker Scliool, Utica. 
Cbamberlaln Inatltate, Randolph. 
Champlaln Inatltate, Port Henry. 
Champlaln Sommer ScbooU Plattarllle. 
Chappaqoa Moantaln Inatiinte, Chappaqna. 
A. M. Cheabroofh Seminary. North ChiU. 
Clinton Liberal Inatltate, Canton. 
Cook Academy. Montour Filla. 
Cornwall High School. Cornwall. 
Delaware Academy, Delhi. 
Delaware Literary Inatltate. FrLoklin. 
Dorer Plalna Academy, DoTer Plaina. 
East Sprlnffleld Academy. Eaat Springfield. 
Ethical Culture School, New York. 
ITrlenda' Academy, Olen Coyo. 
Krienda' Academy, Locuat Valley. 
Krleiida' School, Brooklyn. 
Krlendt' S«?mlnary, New York. 
Krocbel Academy, Brooklyn. 
G(>nefl«e Wealeyan Seminary, Lima. 
Qlent Falla Academy, Olena Falla. 
Ilalated School, Yonkera. 
Hartwlck Semlniiry, Ilartwlck Seminary. 
Hebrew Free School, Syracuse. 
Hoganaburg Acadomy, Iloganaburg. 
Holy Angel's Collegiate Inatltate, Buffalo. 
Holy Cross Academic School, Albany. 
Holy Cross Academic School, Ogdcnaburg. 
Home School, The. Verona. 
Institute. The. Peeksklll. 
Keller's Day School. Miss. New York. 
Keuka Institute, Konka Park. 
Knapp Mansion Srhoci. Brooklyn. 
lA*nox Institute. New York. 
Lltorary and Commercial Inatltate. BMdge- 

Lorkwnod Academy. Brooklyn. 
I^WTille Acndomy, LowTllle. 
Marion Collcftinto Inatltate. Marion. 
McAuloy Aradomy. Kpeaoyfllo. 
Munroo Collegiate Inatltuto. Elbrldge. 
Vntlvlty Acndomy. Brooklyn. 
New York Preparatory Hrhool, Brooklyn. 
Now York Preparatory P<hool. Now York. 
• )akwood Kominnry. Union 8pringa. 
Penn Yan Free Aradomy. Ponn Yan. 
Palmar Inatituta, Starkey SemLiary, Lakamont. 
Pratt Inatltute. Brooklyn. 
Pratt fnMltnte High School. Brooklyn. 
Piko Svminary. Plko. 
Qulnry Rohool. Ponghkoepale. 
Jtobertaon Day School, New York. 

Boand lake Academy. 

St. Ann'a Academic School, Nyack. 

St. Benard'a Academy, Cohoea. 

St. Bridget'a Academic Sdhooi, Buffalo. 

St. Bridget'a Academic School, New York. 

St. Catbarine'a Academic School, New York. 

St. Jerooe'a CraoUne Academy. New York. 

St. Jobn'a Academy. Albany. 

St. John's Academic School. Schenectady. 

St. John's Academy. Beanelaer. 

St. John's Catliolic Academy. Sji ac ua c. 

St. Joaeph'a Academy. Albany. 

St. Joaeph'a AcadenUc School, BaUvla. 

St. Joaeph'a Academic School. Mt. Vemoc 

St. Lacy 'a Academic Sdiool. Syracoae. 

St. Mary 'a Academy. Boodoat. 

St. Mary'a CathoUc Inatltate. Amaterdam. 

St. Mary's Middle AcadenUc School, Danklrfc. 

St. Patrick's Academic School. Booae'a Point 

St. Paul 'a Academy. Oswego. 

St. Peter'a Academy. Troy. 

St. Stanlslana Academy. Keeaerille. 

St. Thomas Academic School, New York. 

St. Thomaa Aqninaa Academy. Brooklyn. 

Sallea Academic SchooL Bedford. 

Senftner School. New York. 

Sherman Collegiate Inatitnte. Moriab. « 

Sherwood Select School, Sherwood. 

Sodua Academy. Sodua. 

Soutbold Academy. Soothold. 

Starkey Seminary. Eddytown. 

Staten Island Academy. New Brighton. 

Syma* School. The. New York. 

Ten Broeck Free A'*ademy. FranklinTllle. 

Union Academy of Belleyille. Belleyille. 

ITtlca Catholic Academy. Utlca. 

Washington Academy, Salem. 

Waterrllet Academy. WaterTllet. 

Westerlelgh Collegiate Institute. West New 


Aberdeen Academy. Aberdeen. 
Advance Academy, Adyancc. 
Alderman's. Miss. Select School, Wilmington. 
Alliance High School. Grantsboro. 
Amherst Academy. Cora. 
Anaon Inatltate. Wadesboro. 
Arcadia Academy, Midway. 
A ah pole Inatltute. Ashpole. 
Atlantic Academy. Atlantic. 
Atlantic Academy. Crisp. 
AtlanHc Collegiate Inatltute. Elisabeth City. 
Atlantic Inatltate. Atlantic. 
Aulander Academy. Aulander. 
Aurora High School. Eagletown. 
Baker's School. NashTlIIe. 
Barker's High School. Lnmberton. 
Barrett Collegiate and Indaatrlal School. Pee 

Beaufort High School. Beaufort. 
Bellcrosa Academy. Bellcrosa. 
Belvldere Academy. Belvldere. 
Belwood Inatltute. Belwood. 
Bertie Academy. WIndaor. 
Bethel Hill Inatltute. Bethel Hill. 
Big Lick Academy. Big Lick. 
Bid Pine School. Mara Hills. 
Blltmore Pariah School. Blltmore. 
Biltmore School. Blltmore. 
Blacoe Academy, Blscoe. 
Bine Button Academy. Shllob. 




BoUlng Springs Academy* Boiling Springs. 
Bombay Institute, Bombay. 
Boomer High School, Boomer. 
Brewer's Academy, Clinton. 
Broad Valley Institute, Brerard. 
Broadway Academy, Broadway. 
Brown's School, Warrenton. 
Boies Creek Academy, Buies Creek. 
Burgaw Academy, Burgaw. 
Burlington Academy, Burlington. 
Buxton Academy, Buxton. 
CaldweU Institute, Caldwell Institute. 
Cimden High School, Camden. 
Cans High School. Cana. 
Carolina Institute, Mineola. 
Carthage Academic Institute, Carthage. 
Cary High School, Cary. 
Cedar Groye Academy, Cedar Groye. 
Cedar Rock Academy, Cedar Rock. 
Chapel Hill High School. China Grove. 
Chapel Hill School. Chapel Hill. 
Chestnut Ridge Institute. Joppa. 
China Groye High School , China Groye. 
Christ's School, Arden. 
Clayton High School, Clayton. 
Clemmonsyille School, Clemmonsyille. 
Clinton School. Clinton. 
Coharie School, Coharie. 
Colerain Academy, Colerain. 
Collegiate Institute, Burnsyille. 
Collegiate Institute, Mount Pleasant. 
Columbus Institute, Columbus. 
Cooleemee High School, Cooleemee. 
Crecy School. Elizabeth City. 
Crescent Academy and Business College, Cres- 
Dalton Institute. Dalton. 
Damascus High School. Lindsay. 
Danbury Academy, Danbury. 
Denver High School, Denver. 
Dorland Institute. Hot Springs. 
Dortches Academy. Dortches. 
Dunn High School. Dunn. 
BlUs School. Fkyetteville. 
Elm Grove School. Cisco. 
Enochvllle High School. Enochville. 
Fallston Academy. Fallston. 
Farmington Academy, Farmington. 
Farmer Institute. Farmer. 
Franklin High School. Franklin. 
Franklinton Christian College, Franklinton. 
FrankUnviUe High School. FrankUnviUe. 
Fremont High School. Fremont. 
Gaston Academy. Gastonla. 
German School. Ridgeway. 
Gibson Academy. Gibson. 
Gilliam Academy. Morton Store. 
Goldston Academy. Goldston. 
Goldston High School, Goldston. 
Grace School, Lawrence. 
Graham Seminary, Marshallberg. 
Granite Academy, Granite Falls. 
Grover High School. Grover. 
Gurley School, Windsor. 
Hamilton Institute, Hamilton. 
Harry North High School, Morebead City. 
Hart School. Hiddenite. 
Hart's (Bliss) Select School. Wilmington. 
Hawkins School. Warrenton. 

Haywood High School. Clyde. 

Hiddenite School. Hiddenite. 

HiUsboro Private School, Hlllsboro. 

Hodges School, Augusta. 

Holly Grove Academy, Ilex. 

Home School, Vandemere. 

Hudson Academy. Hudson. 

Huntcrsville High School, Hnntersvllle. 

Industrial School, Brevard. 

Jackson Springs Academy, Jackson Springs. 

Jamesville Academy. Jamesvllle. 

Jerusalem High School, Jerusalem. 

Jonesboro High School, Jonesboro. 

Jonesville Academy. Jonesyifle. 

Kemersville Academy. Kemersville. 

Kings Mountain High School. Kings Mountain. 

Kittrell College (colored), Kittrell. 

Laurel Springs Academy. Laurel Springs. 

LeaksviUc High School, Lcaksvllle. 

Lewis School, Kinston. 

Lewisvllle Academy. Lewisville. 

Lexington Seminary. Lexington. 

Lincoln Academy. Kings Mountain. 

Long Creek School, Long Creek. 

Lowell High School. Lowell. 

Madison High School. Madison. 

Madison Institute and Business College. Madi- 

Magnolia High School. Magnolia. 

Male Academy, Faison. 

Male Institute, Clarkton. 

Manteo Academy. Manteo. 

Manson Academy, Lewiston. 

Marbuth School. Morganton. 

Marshall Academy. Marshall. 

Mars Hill College. Mars Hill. 

Marshville Academy. Marshville. 

McCormick School, Bumsvllle. 

McLean High School. Laurinburg. 

McLean School, Laurinburg. 

Merry Oaks Academy, Merry Oaks. 

Mocksville HlRh School. MocksvUle. 

Mollette School. F'ayettevllle. 

Mooresvllle Academy, Mooresville. 

Mooresvllle Institute. Mooresville. 

Moravian Falls Academy. Moravian Falls. 

Morven High School. Morven. 

Mountain View Institute. Mtzpah. 

Mount Amoona ^emlnary. Concord. 

Mount Gilead Academy. Mount Gllead. 

Mount Morlah Academy. Raleigh. 

Mount Olive Hieh School. Mount Olive. 

Mount Vernon Springs Academy, jfount Vemon 

Morven Hill Academy, Morven. 

Nashville Academy. Nashville. 

Norwood High School, Norwood. 

Olney Academy, George. 

Orange Grove Academy, Hlllsboro. 

OrmondsvlUe Institute. Ormondsville. 

Pamlico Male and Female Institute, ll^ 

Pantego Academy, Pantogo. 

Parish School, Burlington. 

Patton School, Morgnntown. 

Pee Dee Institute, Wadesboro. 

Penelope Academy. Penelope. 

Perquinsiui Academy. Hertford. 

Pledttnt tiCt^eoiy. Lincolntoa. 




Piedmont Iligh School, Lawndale. 

Piedmont Seminary, Crouse. 

Pinnacle nigh School. Pinnacle. 

Pinnacle Instltnto, Pinnacle. 

Pine Academy, Churchland. 

Pioneer MllU Academy, Pioneer Mllla. 

Plttaboro Academy, Plttsboro. 

Preparatory School. Newton QroTe. 

Private School. China Groye. 

Polkton Academy. White Store. 

Pool School. Elizabeth City. 

Beadcland Academy. Mount Tirzah. 

Racford High School. Uaeford. 

Ramseur High School, Ramscor. 

Rankln-Rlcharda Institute (colored), Windsor. 

Reed Academy, Lexington. 

Rich Square High School. Rich Square. 

Ridge Academy. Henry. 

Robeson Institute. Lumberton. 

Bobersonvllle Academy. Robersonvllle. 

Robinson School, Wadhlngton. 

Rocky River High School, Concord. 

Rosefleld School. Windsor. 

Rowland High School. Rowland. 

Roxobel Academy, Roxobel. 

Rowland's (Miss) School, Lumberton. 

Baffin High School, Ruffln. 

St. Paul's School. Beaufort. 

St. Pauls High School. St. Pauls. 

Salem High School. Salemburg. 

Saluda Seminary, Saluda. 
Satterflela School. Roxboro. 
Scottvllle Academy. Scottvllle. 
Sea Board High School. Sea Board. 

Shallotte Preparatory School, Shallotte. 

Sharon Academy, Sharon. 

Sharp's Institute, Intelligence. 

Shaw School, Kenansvllle. 

Shlloh Academy, Shiloh. 

Shlloh Institute. Warrenton. 

Shllow Academy. Mofflt. 

Slier City High School. Slier City. 

Skyland Institute. Blowing Rock. 

Snow Hill Institute. Snow Hill. 

South Mills Academy. South Mills. 

Southport Academy. Southport. 

Sparta Institute. Sparta. 

Spencer High School. Spencer. 

Spring Hope Academy. Spring, Hope. 

Stalllngs' School. Spencer. 

Stanhope High School. Finch. 

Star Academy. Star. 

Stevens School, The Misites, AshevlUe. 

Stlnceon Instltnto. Orrnm. 

Sunny Side Semlnnry. Mocksvllle. 

Sunshine Institute. Sunshine. 

Sutherlandfl Seminary. Sntherlnnds. 

Stoneville High School. StonevUle. 

Tarboro Male Academy. Tnrboro. 

Taylorsvllle Colleglnte Institute. Taylorsvllle. 

Thomasvllle High School. Thomasvllle. 

Tlllett School. Elliabeth City. 

Trent School, Merrltt. 

Trinity Park High School, Durham. 

I'inlty School. Ohocowlnty. 

Turkey Knob School. Nnlln. 

Union Institute. Unlonvllle. 

Union Ridge Academy. Union Ridge. 

Unity Hall High School. Lowland. 

U. 8. Indian Industrial School, (Hierokee. 

Wadevllle Academy, Wadeville. 

Wakefield Classical and Mathematical BciiooL 

Walnut Cove High School, Walnat CoTe. 
Walnut Springs Academy, MarshalL 
Wanchese Academy, Wanchese. 
Warrenton High School, Warrenton. 
Warsaw High School. Warsaw. 
Washburn Seminary, Beaufort. 
Weavervllle Academy, WeaTerviUe. 
White Grove Academy, Oath. 
Whitehead Academy, Whitehead. 
White Oak High School, White Oak. 
WhltUker School. Raleigh. 
Whlttler High School. Whlttler. 
Why Not Academy and Business Instltote, Wliy 

Windsor Academy. Windsor. 
Wingate School. Wlngate. 
Wlnterville High School. Wintervllle. 
Wit Academy, Wit. 
Woodland High School. Woodland. 
Yadkin College Institute, Yadkin College. 
Yadkin Valley InsUtute, Boonerille. 
YadklnvUle High School, Yadkinvllle. 
ZionsvlUe Academy (colored), Zionsvllle. 

Bruflat Academy, Portland. 
Grand Forks (College, Grand Forks. 
Indian Industrial School, Elbowoods. 
Indian Industrial School, Fort Totten. 
Phillips Academy, New Rockford. 
St. John's Academy, Jamestown. 


Central Institute. Cleveland. 

Central Mennonlte College. Bluffton. 

Crawfis College. Oawfls College. 

Curry School (colored). Urbana. 

Damascus Academy. Damascus. 

Doane Academy, Granville. 

Ebenezer Orphans' Home. Flat Rock. 

Educational Institute. Cincinnati. 

Emmanuel Academy. Tiffin. 

Emmanuel's Academy. Dayton. 

English and Classical School. Dayton. 

English-German Academy, Akron. 

Evangelical Lutheran Academy, North AmlienL 

Ewlngton Academy. Ewlngton. 

Fairfield Union Academy. Pleasantrille. 

Friends' Boarding School. Bamesville. 

Fultonham Academy. Fultonham. 

German Parish Academy. Dowllng. 

Good Shepherd Academy, Toledo. 

Grand River Institute. Austlnburg. 

Heldelburg Academy, Tiffin. 

Hendershot Academy, Cleveland. 

Holy Name Academy. Cleveland. 

Holy Rosary Academy. Dayton. 

Holy Trinity Academy, Bucyrus. 

Holy Trinity Academy, Dayton. 

Immaculate (inception Academy, Cellna. 

New Lyme Institute. South New Lyme. 

Notre Dnme Academy. Cleveland. 

Oberlln Academy, Oberlln. 

*»oland Union Seminary. Poland. 

Richmond Ck>llege, Richmond. 

Sacred Heart Academy, Akron. 

Sacred Heart Academy, Pomeroy. 

Sacred Heart Academy, Vernon Jnnetloii. 

Sacred Heart of Mary Academy, Shelly. 




St. Agnes Academy. Bond HiU. 

St. Agnes' Academy, Mingo Junction. 

St. Antbony's Academy, Kenton. 

St. Bernard's Academy, Akron. 

St Bernard Academy, Springfield. 

St. Boniface Academy, New Rlegel. 

St. Clement's Academy, NaTarre. 

St. Elisabeth's Academy, CleTeland. 

St. Francis Academy, Cleveland. 

St. Francis Academy, Tlflln. 

St. John's Academy, Dayton. 

St. John's Academy, Lima. 

St. John's Academy, BlarysTllle. 

St. John's Academy, Toledo. 

St. Joseph's Academy, Crestline. 

St. Joseph's Academy, Dayton. 

St. Joseph's Academy, Lorain. 

St. Joseph's Academy, MonroeTllle. 

St. Joseph's Academy, North Amherst. 

St. Louis Academy, Louisville. 

St. Louis' Academy, Toledo. 

St. Mark's Academy. Toledo. 

St. Mary's Academy. Dayton. 

St. Mary's Academy, Lancaster. 

St. Mary's Academy, Lelpsic. 

St. Mary's Academy, Blarletta. 

St. Mary's Academy, Massillon. 

St. Mary's Academy, MlUersvllle. 

St. Mary's Academy. Tiffin. 

St. Mary's Academy. Wooster. 

St. Mary's School. Marlon. 

St. Michael's Academy. Frank. 

St. Nicholas Academy. Berwick. 

St. Patrick's Academy. Toledo. 

St. Paul's Academy, Dayton. 

St. Peter's Academy. Chllllcothe. 

St. Peter's Academy. New Rlegel. 

St. Peter and St. Paul's Academy, Ottawa. 

St. Peter's Academy. SteubenvlUe. 

St. Rose Academy. Lima. 

St. Stephen's Academy, Toledo. 

St. Sylvester's Academy, Woodsfleld. 

St. Vincent de Paul's Academy. Mt. Vernon. 

Salem Academy. South Salem. 

Battler's School. Miss. Cincinnati. 

Savannah Academy, Savannah. 

Shank's College Preparatory School, Dayton. 

Springfield Seminary, Springfield. 

Thompson's Preparatory School. Columbus. 

University School, The, Columbus. 

Urbana University, Urbana. 

Western Reserve Academy, Hudson. 

Western Reserve Seminary, West Farmlngton. 

Woodward High School. Cincinnati. 

Holy Family College (colored), Langston. 
Kingfisher College, Kingfisher. 
Red Moon Boarding School, Hammon. 
South West Academy, Hastings. 
University Preparatory School of Oklahoma, 


Academy of Our Lady of Perpetual Light, Al* 

Mount Angel Academy. Mount Angel. 
Portland Academy. Portland. 
Bosenburg Academy, Botenbnrf . 

Sacred Heart Academy, La Grande. 

St. Alphonslus Academy, Tillamook. 

St. Frances Academy and College, Baker City. 

St. Joseph's Academy and College, Pendelton. 

St. Mary's Academy, Jacksonville. 

St. Paul's Academy, St. PauL 

Santlam Academy, Lebanon. 


Abington Friends' School, Jenklntown. 

Academy of Notre Dame, Philadelphia. 

Academy of the Sacred Heart, Torresdale. 

Alinda College Preparatory School. Pittsburg. 

Alleghany Preparatory School, Alleghany. 

Armagh Academy. Armagh. 

BarkeyviUe Academy, Barkeyvllle. 

Bellefonte Academy. Bellefonte. 

Berrysburg Academy, Berrysburg. 

Bethany School. Gettysburg. 

Bloomfleld Academy, New Bloomfleld. 

Brown College Preparatory School, Philadelphia. 

Cabot Institute, Carbonblack. 

Central High School, Philadelphia. 

Chelten Hills School. Wyncote. 

Chester Academy. Chester. 

Church Street Friends' School, West Chester. 

Conway Hall. Carlisle. 

Dayton Union Academy. Dayton. 

Barp Academy. Oil City. 

Easton Academy. Easton. 

Eau Claire Academy. Eau Claire. 

Eldersridge Academy. Eldersridge. 

Elderton Academy. Elderton. 

Erie Academy, Erie. 

Fairview Academy. Brodheadsvllle. 

Fawn Grove Academy. Fawn Grove. 

Franklin and Marshall Academy, Lancaster. 

Fredonia Institute, Fredonia. 

Friends' Central School. Philadelphia. 

Friends' Preparative Meeting School. German- 

Friends' School, Plymouth Meeting. 

Friends School. West Chester. 

Friends' Select School. Media. 

Friends' Select School, Philadelphia. 

Froebel Institute. Lansdowne. 

George School, George School. 

German Lutheran School, Braddock. 

Germantown Academy. Germantown. 

Glenvllle Academy. Glenville. 

Greensburg Seminary. Greensburg. 

Greenwood Seminary, Millvllle. 

Greersburg Academy, Darlington. 

Hall Institute. Sharon. 

Hickory Academy, Hickory. 

Hickory Academy, McDonald. 

Hill School. Pottsvllle. 

Home Boarding School, Easton. 

Hughesian Free School, Buckingham. 

Institute for Colored Youth (colored), Phila- 

Jefferson Academy, Canonsburg. 

Kast's (Classical School. Mechanlcsburg. 

Keystone Academy, Factoryvllle. 

Klskiminetas Springs School. Saltsburg. 

Klttannlng Academy. Klttanning. 

Latin School, The. Chambersburg. 

Lerch's Preparatory School, Easton. 

Lewlston School, Lewlston. 

Ligonler OUaiical Instltiite, Ufonlar. 




lUtndon G^t« Frtendfl' Select School, Lod^o 

MddlBOp Acad^tuj, Unlontawn. 
Martin Acftdetn/, Kediiett Sciuare. 
Mercc^r Aefidemi aod School of Music, Mercur. 
MfiTJ-Jll's Beliool. Misses. ScrAutou. 
Mlfdln AeudcQiy. MlffUntowQ, 
Miner Nlffht gcbool, FritDlcUD. 
UoriiTlan Piirocblal Bcbool. Beiblcbcm. 
Mount St. JoKpli'fl Aciidi>iay« Cbt'stout UMIm, 
Nortu&l vud Classical School, Wedjaolcsburg, 
NcKTtti Wailiiufitoa IUBtltut«, Nortb Hope. 
Olej Acsdeni^, Oley. 
Park Iiuitltut«, AUeehattr. 
Ferklomeii SemLaury. Pi^uuabori. 
Flttitmrff Academy, FltUburg. 
Polrtecbnlc tnitttutti. Gllberc. 
Pivparatory School, Cbftmberaburg. 
Prospect A CXI demy, Prossnect. 
Reftdioe Clnsstcal School for Boys aod Glrla, 

IlLeeelavllI(» Acadomy, B!D£olsTllle. 
Eo9<e Point Acadeiny, Eob« Point 
SL Cecelia Academy, Sera u ton. 
St. John Che Baptist School. BtrAntaii, 
St. Peter'i ConTtnt» Columbia. 
SiLtidy Lq1(& Inatltute, Sandy Lake. 
School of the LackawAnrtfi. Scranton. 
SchuylktU Seminary, Hcndlrv^. 
Scwlcbley Preparatory Sch(n}l, Stwlckley. 
SprlojE MUls Academy. Sprlns MlUa. 
SteircD'B Hall, Gettysburg. 
Stewartatown Oolle^tte luAtltute, Stewarta- 

Sugar Orofc Seminary, SugAT Gron. 
Sunny aide School, Ambler. 
Suonyslde School. CheatEf. 
rimqaefaanna Colleflate IsitltutiiH Towauda^ 
Swarthroore Prepjirfttory School, Swarthmore. 
Ttmplc Colkpe, Philadelphia. 
Tnacarora Academy, Acidemia. 
Culott Semioary, New Berlin. 
Wefftern PenuaylTanIii Cluaalcal ao4 Sclestlflti 

laadtute, Memit Pleasant. 
West Newton Aeademy. West Newton. 
West Sanbury Academy, West Sua bury. 
Weattown Boai-dln^ School. West town. 
Wllllaii] sport DIcklnaoEi Seifllnflry , WllUaoiaport. 
Wymlnp Sc ml nary. Kltig^stoti. 
York Colic plate TnstJtijte. York. 
Eaat Gr«eciwloh Acsdsmy, Ths, Estt Gc«SDwi£ili, 
Engllab and ClasKtcat l^cbtiol, Pawtticket- 
Flagff's School^ Etreralde. 
Fiienda School, ProTldnnce. 
Mflsca Browo School. PrnTtdeijce. 
ftntacostfll CollPirlBte Itifcfliute, Scltutte. 
South Kingston Hlgb School. Peacvdnte. 

Aahland Hldb School. Aahland, 
Bit^sharff Institute. Batt^abtirg. 
Beaufort Collope ScbooL Beaufort. 
Benedict Collpgc*. Coltimbln. 
Bralfierd ftiitltote (coloied). Cheater. 
Brownsrflle Hlg^b Scbmtl Br^wnavUle. 
CarliBle Flttluf School of Wofford College, Bsm* 

C<ik«?Bhnr7 C^infereniPf Scfaool, C-okesbary, 
Coulters School (colonid). Oh era w, 
GalTney High School. Gatfney* 
Hai1)lwti College ( colored >* Abb«f11I«. 

Honea Pstb Sdiool, Honea Patb. 

Lumber Bridge Af!ade]Dyi Tatom Statloiai. 

Mather Academy. CamdoD. 

McC^iLluugb's School. Mlas, Walball*. 

North GreenYlUe Hlgb School, TUtenrtUe, 

Daeall Academy, Prosperity. 

Palmetto Hlgb School. McColL 

PlnopoHs Academy, PtnopoUa. 

Presbyti^rlap Ulgb School, Hock HlU. 

Riitherford Academy, Pomarla. 

SterUiii^ Industrial CH:>llege, GreeuTllle. 

Thorowell Orphanage. ClIntoD, 

Union Inatltute, Kerahsw. 

Utopia Academy, Kewborry. 

WoUh Nt:ck eigb School, HnrtiTille. 

AujTuatana College, Canton, 

Hoty Family School. Mitchell, 

St. Joseph 'a Ac&demy, Vermilion. 

St, Martin's Academy, Sturgls. 

Ward A en demy, Academy. 

Weaslngtou Springs Semioary, WeasfngtOD 


Cbamberlatti Indian Industrial School^ Csotos. 
FrccmMn College, Freeman. 
Goodwill Training School, GoodwLll. 
Indian Industrial Bcbool. Pierre. 
Indira Training School, Bprlng^flcld, 
Presentation Academy, Aberdeen. 
St. Lnwrence School, Mllbank, 
St. Ottawa School. Webster. 

Alum Well Academy, Church OIIL 
Anderaonrillc Inptttnte, Anderaonrille. 
Baker-Htmmel School. The. KooXTlUe. 
EedfOFd Inetttnte, Savannah. 
Be«chgrore Training School, Beecfaffror«, 
Benton Seminar?, The. Camden. 
Brandon Training School, Tultaboms. 
Caldwetl TtAlnlng School. Monnt Juliet. 
Cedar Hilt Inatltute. Cednr Hilt. 
CenterrlUe Trslolng School, Centervllle, 
Ghspel HUt Academy. ChApel Hill. 
Chattanooga College for Young Ladles, CliatU« 

Clifton Masonic Academy, Clifton. 
GolleKc Grove School, GoUege Qrfwe, 
Columbia Institute, Coin m bis, 
CookcTllle Collegiate Instltnle, Oookcrine. 
Cory SchooL Flag Pond. 
Cnlleoka Acodemr. Culleokn. 
Gnmberlsnd City Academy. Cumberland City. 
Boyle College, Doyle Station. 
DwlghC Tnititnte, Erwln. 
tSd wards Academy. White Pine. 
SUwbeth Training School, Peterahurg. 
Flake Academy, The, Hllbnm. 
PHeodaTtne Academy. FrlendsTllle. 
Grassy Cn^e Academy. Grassy Core, 
Harold MrCormtrk School, Ellsshethton. 
Hajraes-MpLean Aeadnmy, fjewlsburg. 
Holly Springs CoUppp, Butler. 
Hfilston Inatltnte. Blountavllle. 
Howard Inatltnte. Moont Pleasant. 
Howell Training ScbooL Howell, 
less Mai AydelotCe College. Tallaboms, 
Josepb W. Allen School. Carthage. 
Klnj^slfy Seminary, Bloomlngdsle. 
T-sno ColJeee, Jackson, 
t»on'>Tiew College, t^Dsrltw. 
Liberty Training Sck«i£« tikerty- 
Llncoln MemortBl nnlreriilty, Cnmberland Gsf* 
LoQtidon College, LsniuSait, 




McFerrin College, Martin. 
McKlnney Academy. SneedriUe. 
McLemoresTllle Collegiate Inatltate, McLemorea- 

Middleton High School, Middleton. 
Midway High School. Midway. 
Morgan School, FayetteviUe. 
Marphy College, Seyierville. 
New Market Academy, New Market. 
Newport Seminary, Newport. 
Orlinda Academy, Orlinda. 
Ottway College, Ottway. 
ParrotsTllle Seminary Parrottyille. 
People's College. Pikeville. 
Philadelphia Seminary. Steppsrille. 
Pleasant Hill Academy. Pleasant Hill. 
Powell's Valley Seminary, Wells Springs. 
Pryor Institute, Jasper. 
Roane College, Wheat. 
Roane Connty High School. Kingston. 
Rohlnson High School. Atoka. 
Rutherford Academy. Rutherford. 
Rutherford Graded School. Birchwood. 
St. Joseph's School, Nashville. 
Savannah Institute, Savannah. 
Scotts Hill Academy. Scotts Hill. 
Shady Grove Institute, Duck River. 
Shook School. James K., Tracy City. 
Smyrna Fitting. School, Smyrna. 
Southern Training School. Graysville. 
Southside Preparatory School. Southside. 
Swift Memorial Institute (colored). Rogers ville. 
Tazewell College. Tazewell. 
Tlptonville High School, Tiptonvllle. 
Turner Institute, Shelbyvllle. 
Vanderbilt Training School, Henderson. 
Watertown Training School, Watertown. 
Webb School, Bellbuckle. 
Wesleyan Academy, Chuckey City. 
Woodbury Academy, Woodbury. 
Woodland Academy, Saulsbury. 
Zollicoffer Institute. Bluff City. 

Alexander Collegiate Institute. Jncksonvllle. 
Bickler Academy, Austin. 
Blinn Memorial College, Brenham. 
Bruce Academy, Athens. 
Buffalo Gap College. Buffalo Gap. 
Central Texas Academy, Waco. 
Central Texas Institute. Moody. 
Cleburne Academy, Cleburne. 
Columbia College, Van Alstyne. 
Comanche College, Comanche. 
Coronal Institute. San Marcos. 
Crowell College. Crowell. 
Douglas Schuler School, Waco. 
East Texas Baptist Institute, Rusk. 
Eddy Literary and Scientific Institute, Eddy. 
Elmwood Institute. Celeste. 
Emerson College, Campbell. 
Evangelical Lutheran College. Brenham. 
Ferris Institute. Ferris. 
Florence College. Florence. 
Glen Rose Collegiate Institute. Glen Rose. 
Grand View Collegiate Institute. Grand View. 
Grapevine College. Grapevine. 
Grayson College. Whltewrlght. 
Harshaw's Academy. Denlson. 
Hawthorne College, MoKlnney. 
Hlllsboro Academy. Hillsboro. 
Houston Academy. Houston. 
Hughey and Turner School, Weatherford. 

Jeff Davis College, Pittsburg. 

John Tarleton College, StephenviUe. 

Laredo Seminary, Laredo. 

Lewis Academy, The. Forney. 

Madison Academy, Madisonville. 

Male and Female Institute, Chlco. 

Miller's Seminary, Mrs., Corsicana. 

Reynolds Presbyterian Academy, Albany. 

Rock Hill Institute, Mlnden. 

Rosedale Academy, Mount Sylvan. 

Rusk Masonic Irstitute. Rusk. 

St. Joseph Academy. Seguln. 

St. Joseph Convent. Galveston. 

Samuel Houston College. Austin. 

San Antonio Academy. San Antonio. 

Simmons College. Abilene. 

Southwest Texas College. Jasper. 

Summer Hill School, Omen. 

Thomas Arnold High School. Salado. 

Tillotson College (colored). Austin. 

Ursuline Academy. Whltewrlght. 

Weatherford College. Weatherford 

Westminster College. Westminster. 

Beaver Branch Brigham Toung University. 

Emery State Academy. Castle Dale. 
Gordon Academy. Salt Lake City. 
Hungerford Academy. Springville. 
Lehi Congregational School. Lehi City. 
New Jersey Academy. Logan. 
Proctor Academy, Provo. 

Salt Lake Collegiate Institute. Salt Lake City. 
Snow Academy, Ephralm. 
Dlntah Stake Academy, Vernal. 
Wasatch Academy. Mount Pleasant. 
Weber State Academy, Ogden. 

Brattleboro Academy, West Brattleboro. 
Black River Academy. Ludlow. 
Brigham Academy, Bakersfield. 
Derby Academy, Derby. 
Essex Classical Institute. Essex. 
Goddard Seminary. Barrc. 
Leland and Gray Seminary. Townshend. 
Maple Lawn Academy. South Hero. 
Phillips Academy. Danville. 
St. Johnsburg Academy. St. Johnsburg. 
St. Mary's Academy. Burlington. 
St. Mary's School, St. Albans. 
Thetford Academy, Thetford. 
Vermont Academy. Saxton's River. 
Villa Barlow Academy. St. Albans. 

Bel-Air School. Lewlston. 
Berryvllle Institute. Berryvllle. 
Bluestone Mission School. Abbyvllle. 
Brown's University School. Charlottesville. 
Bruington Academy. Bruington. 
Chesapeake Academy. Irvlngton. 
Churchland Academy, Chnrchland. 
Cleveland High School. Markham. 
Eastern College. Front Royal. 
Elk Creek Academy, Ursus. 
Farnharo Academy, Farnham. 
Oladevllle College, Wise. 
Hamilton High School. Mendota. 
Hawkins Chapel Institute, Rural Retreat. 
Liberty Hall Home School, Lodl. 
Manassas Institute, lianassas. 




anotten Acftd-mx. Woodstock. 
Norfolk MlMioD Oollece. Norfolk. 
Oxford ActideiDj. Flojd. 
PortnKnitb Acttdemj. Pcntsmontli. 
Bldceviij lottltate. Bldcewaj. 
RoMell Collece. Tbe. Lebanon. 
St. Paul's UnlTemllat Mission. Snff ilk. 
BcottsboTf Normal School. Scottsborf. 
Shenandoah Collegiate Institute. Dajton. 
South Bide Academj. Chase Citj. 
Splller Academj'. Hampton. 
Temperance Indastrlai and Colleflate Instltnte 

(colored ) . ClaremoDt. 
Valley Hi^ School. Spottswood. 
Virslnla Baptist Seminary (colored), Ljuchborg. 
West Central Academj, Mount Clinton. 


Pacific Lutheran Academy, Parkland. 
People's Cnirersitj. The. Olympia. 
ProTldence Academy, Olympia. 
Proridence Academy, Tancourer. 
Puset Sound Academy, Sncdiomish. 
Seattle Seminary, Boss. 
Tacoma Academy. Tac-oma. 
Waltsbur£ Academy, Waltsburi?. 
Walla Walla 0>lle^. 0>llese Place. 
Woodcock Academy, North Tmklma. 

Alderson Academy, Alderaon. 
A lief ha ny 0>llefiate Institute, Alderson. 
Beckley Seminary. Beckley. 
Broaddus Classical and Scientific Institute, 

BumsTiUe Academy. BumsTlUe. 
Davis and Elklns* CoIIefe, Elklns. 
FayetteTllle Academy. Fayetteyille. 
Potomac Senimary. Bomney. 
Princeton Collegiate Institute, Princeton. 

Salem Oollese. 
Seminary and Bo 
Stephenson Semlnaiy, 

EndeaTor Academy, Fiidesvwr. 
Eransrllle Seminaiy. Tte, BvusvUle. 
Gale CoUege. Gales^lBe. 
German-English Academy. MUwaskat. 
Hillside Home School, HUklde. 
Holy Guardian Angel ActAeamj, 
Lutheran Academj. AlbloB. 
North Wisconsin Academy, 
Poynette Academj. PoyneCte. 
Bodiester Academy. Bocheater. 
Sacred Heart Parochial School, 8k 
St. Mary's School, Wansaa. 
St. Peter's S<Aool. Oshkosh. 
Scandinaria Academy. Scandiiiavii. 
Tomah Indian Training Scfaool. 
Wayland Academy. Bearer Dam. 
Wisconsin Academy, Madison. 



Woodstock 0>lleglate Instltnte, 

Academy of the Sscred Heart, 
Ck>llefrlate School. Windsor. 
Mt. St. Tincent's Academy, 


Mount Allison Academy. SadcrlDe. 


TancouTer College and High Scbool, TaimNivcr. 
Victoria College and High School, Vktoria. 


Boys' Training School. Anniston. 
Marengo Military Institute. DemopoUs. 
Marion MlliUry Institute. Marion. 
University School, Montgomery. 
Vemer Military Institute. Tuscaloosa. 

Arkansas Military Academy. Little Bock. 

Agaasis HaU, AlU, 
Anderson Academy. Irvlngton. 
Belmont School. Belmont, 
noono's University Srhool. Berkoloy. 
Clanfllfal Sohofil for Boys. Pnsadena. 
IlltHirook Military Academy. San Bafael. 
Holtt's Srhool. Menlo Park. 
Iton Academy for Boys. I»b Angeles. 
Los Angeles Military Acndemy. I»s Anpeles. 
Manzanlta Hall Preparatory Sebool. Palo Alto. 
Mount Tamalpnla Mllitury Arademy. San Bafael. 
Notnt Dame Academy. Alameda. 
Sacramento Institute. Sacramento. 
Sacred Heart College. San Francisco. 
St. Mary's College. Stockton. 
St. Mstthew's School. San Mateo. 
St. Joseph's College, San Joae. 

Tbacher School. Nordhoff. 
Trinity School. San Francisco, 
rnlverslty School. San Frandaco. 
Yale Scbool. Lus Angeles. 

Colorado Springs Academy for Bctys, Cokndo 


Academy of Notre Dame. Putnam. 

Bett's Academy. Stamford. 

Black Hull School. Black Hall. 

Brldfreport Unlvenilty School. Bridgeport. 

Bulkeley Srhool. New London. 

Cheahlre School, Cheahlre. 

ChoHte School. WalUngford. 

Conneotlnit Literary Institute. Soffleld. 

Curtis S«>hool for Boys. Brookfield Center. 

Gunnery School. The. Washington. 

Home Sehool for Little Boys. Lyme. 

Hopkin's Grammar School, New Haren. 

HotrhkNs School. Lakevllle. 

Klnp Srhool. Stamford. 

Park Avenue Institute. Bridgefiort. 

Pomfret School. Pomfret. 

Bidee Sfhool. Washington. 

Salisbury School. Salisbury. 

Talt's School for Boya, Watertown. 




Upson Seminary, New Preston. 
Weantinaug School. New Hllford. 
Westminster School, Slmsbury. 
Whedon's School for Boys, New HsTcn. 
Wilton Educational Institute. Wilton. 

Wilmington Military Academy, Wilmington. 

Colambia School for Boys. Washington. 
Emerson Institute, Washington. 
Linthlcum Institute. West Washington. 
Unirersity School. The, Washington. 
Washington School for Boys, Washington. 

St. Leo Military College, St. Leo. 


Academy of Richmond County, Augusta. 
Atlanta Select School for Boys, Atlanta. 
Bethel Male College. Cuthbert. 
Donald Fraser High School. Decatur. 
Georgia Military Academy, Atlanta. 
Hargis School, Dalton. 
Hunter's School for Boys, Atlanta. 
Peacock's School for Boys, Atlanta. 
Sacred Heart College, Augusta. 
Savannah Academy, Savannah. 
Sturman's Preparatory School, Augusta. 
Tugalo Military Institute, Camesyllle. 
University School for Boys, Stone Mountain. 

Bunker Hill MUltary Academy, Bunker Hill. 
Chicago Latin School, Chicago. 
Concordia Seminary. Springfield. 
Hansen Military Academy, Fulton. 
Harvard School for Boys, Chicago. 
Lake Forest School for Boys, Lake forest. 
Morgan Park Academy of the University of 

Chicago, Morgan Park. 
Northwestern Military Academy, Highland Park. 
Oxford School for Boys. Chicago. 
Rock River Military Academy, Dixon. 
Rugby School. Kenll worth. 
St. Alban's School. Knoxville. 
St. Ignatius College. Chicago. 
St. Viateur's College. Boarbonnals. 
Spalding Institute, Nauvoo. 
Todd Seminary for Boys. Woodstock. 
Western Military Academy, Upper Alton. 

Culver Military Acaremy, Culver. 
Howe School. Lima. 

Immaculate Conception School, Ege La Otto. 
St. Joseph's College, Collegevllle. 
St. Joseph's Institute for Young Men, Indian- 
Winona Academy for Boys. Winona Lake. 


St. Ambrose College. Davenport. 
St. Joseph School. Council Bluffs. 

St. John's Military School. Salina. 

Franklin Military Institute. PrankUn. 
Gethsemane College. Gethsemane. 
Goodwin's Male High School. Mount Sterling. 
Kentucky Military Institute, Lyndon. 
Louisville Training School for Boys, Louisrllle. 

Luna School. Franklin. 

MiUersburg Training School, Millersburg. 

Patterson-Davenport School, Louisville. 

St. Joseph's School for Boys, Covington. 

St. Xavier's College, Louisville. 

Chenet Classical Institute, New Orleans. 

Ferrell School for Boys, New Orleans. 

Holy Cross College. New Orleans. 

Holy Trinity School. New Orleans. 

Loyola College. New Orleans. 

Rugby School, New Orleans. 

St. Aloysius College. New Orleans. 

University School. New Orleans. 

Abbott Family School. Farmlngton. 

Boys' Latin School. Baltimore. 

Calvert Hall College. Baltimore. 

Charlotte Hall School. Charlotte Hall. 

Columbia School for Boys, Kensington. 

Country School, The, Baltimore. 

Deichmann College Preparatory School, Balti- 

Epiphany Apostolic College, Baltimore. 

McDonough School. McDonough. 

Mount St. Joseph's College. Baltimore. 

Mount Washington Seminary for Boys, Mount 

St. James School, St. George. 

St. John's Literary Institution. Frederick. 

U. S. Naval Academy. Annapolis. 

University School for Boys. Baltimore. 

Adams Academy, Quincy. 

Ballon and Hoblgand Preparatory School, Bos- 

Boston Preparatory Institute. Boston. 

Browne-Nichols' School. Cambridge: 

Classical School. Boston. 

Concord Home School. Concord. 

Concord School. Concord. 

Dummer Academy. South Byfield. 

Elm Hill Private School for Feeble-MInded 
Youth, Ban-e. 

■Groton School. Groton. 

Highland Military Academy, Worcester. 

Hopkinson School. Boston. 

Lawrence Academy. Groton. 
Middlesex School, Concord. 

Mitchell's MlUtary Boys' School. Blllcrica. 

Mount Hermon Boys' School. Mount Hermon. 

Mount Pleasant Institute. Amherst. 

Phillips Academy, Andover. 

Powder Point School. Duxbury. 

Rock Ridge Hall. Wellesley Hills. 

Roxbnry Latin Schocl. Roxbury. 
Sedgwick Latin School. Great Barrlngton. 

St. Mark's School. Southboro. 

Wellesley School for Boys, Wellesley. 

Wllllston Seminary. Ensthampton. 

Worcester Academy. Worcester. 

Detroit University School. Detroit. 

Kimball's Intermediate School for Boys, Ann 

Michigan Military Academy. Orchard Lake. 

Powell's School for Roys. Grand Rapids. 

College of St. Thomas. St. Paul. 

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Cbucoi-dla CoUefftv St. PfluL 
Cretin Ul^ta Si.'Ii<K)i St. E^iial. 
D« LuSolle iDstitute, Mlnu^n polls , 
Bt. Paul Academy, St. PaoJ. 
Shattufk Scliool. raribflult. 
UalTcralty Scfaool, Duluth. 

Gatliednl ficbool, NBtHic^s. 

FreadL Camp KHiUrjr AoAdflmr, Fr«ii«J] C&mp, 

Jfffenwsj, Mllltiirr College, Wusbtuffton. 

St. AlojAlaa CoUngo, %iek3l>urg, 

St. StanlfliauB €alkg«, Baj- St. Loulm. 

Ble« Ullltftrj Acu4J(.'in7p Mnean. 
Chrtstlftn Brottiers College. ICaiisa* City. 
GbrlstlaD Bi-otbt^ri College, St. JciAfpb. 
GtulctiJin BrotIipr« College. St. Louis. 
Conception Gollege, Conception. 
Jackioa MlUtary Academy, Jsckson. 
K lumper MlUtarj Scbool. Boonev-lilR. 
IvlrlEWOOd Military A^^udpioj, Klrbwood^ 
HintHry Institute* Camden Point. 
Mluoorl MlUtaty Academy, Mexico. 
Prfi«o Frepurfttorj St'booU KansHB City. 
Bmltb Academy. St. Louit. 
BL ChKTlefl Military College, gt. Charles, 
fit FioVi Cbllege, Concordia. 
OnlTCTKlty MlUtaiT Academy. Coltimt>ta.