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Image from web page 177 of “yearly catalogue for the officers and pupils of this Fort Hays Auxiliary State Normal class : first year–1902-’03” (1903)
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Title: Yearly catalogue associated with officers and students associated with Fort Hays Auxiliary State Normal School : very first year–1902-’03
Year: 1903 (1900s)
Authors: Fort Hays State Normal Class
Topics: Fort Hays State Normal School Teachers universities
Contributing Library: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Digitizing Sponsor: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
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PRESENT SET OF BUILDINGS.
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THE GYM. Fifth Annual Catalogue, 15 Admission and Credits. Before admission into the typical division, prospects, in accordanceWith what the law states, must subscribe here statement and contract: I hereby declare thai my function in entering the State Normal class la to innyself to teach iii the schools i Kansas, and I also solemnly agree, after making thesame, to report to the Principal of the Faculty, semiannually, Cor 36 months, myLocation and profession. Penned examinations on arithmetic, reading, location, sentence structure,history, physiology, composing and spelling receive to candidates for ad-mission, unless they are able to provide credentials showing work asthorough and comprehensive in each one of these subjects as is indicated by asecond-grade certificate. Grades for such entry or for advancedstanding, if not on educators certificates, must be provided from schoolsattended, and these types of grades should-be combined with the declaration oftexts and time in whic
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Image from web page 152 of “Annual report” (1885)
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Title: Yearly report
12 Months: 1885 (1880s)
Authors: Norfolk House Centre (Roxbury and Boston, Mass.)
Subjects: Manual and professional instruction
Publisher: Roxbury : [s.n.]
Adding Library: Boston Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Boston Public Library
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he class building, that has been in adilapidated problem, wear a brand new appearance,—the owner con-senting on needful repairs. Through the substantial kindnessof friends associated with Superintendent, a dormer screen had been putinto a dark store-room, transforming it into a pleasing chamber forthe janitress. This provided the necessary additional room to thePrinting and Drawing divisions. In October an Exhibit from the Dressmaking, Drawing, Car-pentry and Printing rooms was put, by demand, into the Me-chanics Fair, and attracted much attention. A bronze medal,with diploma, ended up being granted the college. An identical exhibit threeyears ago attained a medal. On Nov. 12th a sale occured during the School buildingfor the purpose of drawing the eye regarding the community to thework of class. It absolutely was amply contributed to and pat-ronized by the Committees also buddies. A number of the pupilstook enjoyment in offering specimens of the handiwork. Nearly0 had been the consequence of the sale—for which unanticipated success
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— 9 — credit is due to the interest and energy associated with the Superintendentand Committees. The reports of this past year have already been extensively distributed.—andfrequent have already been the requests to get more, and for additional particu-lars concerning the programs associated with School. The heliotypes which made the report therefore appealing, andwhich gave life and interest to dried out details, we are indebted firstto Mr. White and skip Devereux through who the photographswere received. Messrs. Allen and Howell generously reduced thenegatives, and ready all of them for heliotyping. The trouble of thelatter was defrayed by big contributions from pals ofthe School, as may be present in the Treasurers report. The institution can be indebted to Messrs. Torrey, Bright andCapen for enhanced appearance of its halls that the newoil cloth gives in their mind. The Dressmaking area is improved inlike manner by a gift from Rev. Mr. Hortons community. Helpful contributions have already been received from Mrs. JamesGuild, Mrs. Daniel Wheeler, Mr
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