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SCHOOL OF THE MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS
Helen Hamblen Scholar
ship. E. W. Emerson, Anatomy.
Ten Free Scholarships
Prizes of money awarded
in each department Department of Design. For circulars and
terms address the Man
ger. 29th YEAR
Emily Danforth Norcross
EDGEWORTH Boarding and Day
BOSTON UNIVERSITY SCIENCE HILL SCHOOL, Skentucky:
COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS
Central Location – Varied Elective courses — Metro College Preparatory School for Girls. Certificato admits to Welles- politan Advantages — Greatly enlarged opportunities fe ley, Vassar, and Woman's College of Baltimore. Teachers grad. scientific study, by the establishment of Chemical and uates of best Eastern Colleges. Superior advantages in music. 80th year begins September 7, 1904.
Mrs. W. T. POYNTER.
12 Somerset Street
SCHOOL OF LAW marpland
Located between the State House and the Court House on Ashburton Place.
New Courses of Instruction - College graduates eligi
School for Girls. ble to take courses leading to first and second degrees in 122 and 124 West Franklin Street, Baltimore, Md. Jurisprudence. Will re-open September 29, 1904.
Fifty Dollar Scholarships provided for at least one
Principals. hundred college students — Circulars furnished by the
Registrar. 12 Somerset Street, Boston.
W. E. HUNTINGTON, President. Frederick, Md. Many distinct advantages for the higher education of woman. A well-balanced course leading to a degree. Strong in
BOSTON, 324 Commonwealth Avenue. Music, Art, and Elocution. Moderate rates. Healthful location. The Commonwealth Avenue School. Home and Day School Send for descriptive catalogue. J. H. APPLE, A.M., President.
for Girls. General and College Preparatory Courses.
Miss JULIA R. GILMAN, Miss FANNY C. GUILD, Principal Massachusetts
30 Huntington Avenue
Prepares boys for College and the Scientific School.
EDWIN DEMERITTE, Principal. A school of the first class for young women. Gives thorough training in a liberal arts course planned wholly for young women adding its specialty of Household Economics. Boston Masters in Miss Emerson and Miss Church's Music and Art. Annex department of household practice a decided success. For catalogue address
HOME AND DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS.
General and College Preparatory Courses.
401 Beacon St., Boston BARRE. Elm Hill, the Private Institution,
for Feeble-Minded Youth offers exceptional advantages for this class. Classified School and
of Oratory Home. 4 Cottages. 250 acres. Elegant appointments. Send for
Wm. J. Rolfe, A.M., Litt.D., President. circular.
The largest school of Oratory, Literature GEORGE A. BROWN, M. D., Superintendent.
and Pedagogy in America. It aims to de velop in the student a knowledge of his own
powers in expression, whether as a cres The Gilman School
tive thinker or an interpreter. A beauti
ful new building. Summer sessions. for Girls Also Called
Graduates are sought to teach Oratory, The Cambridge School
Physical Culture, Rhetorie, Literature,
Music, Pedagogy. For catalogue and Advantages of Greater Boston without the drawbacks of city life.
all information apply to: Resident Pupils, $1,000
HENRY LAWRENCE SOUTHWICK, Dean, ARTHUR GILMAN, A. 1., Direetor, Cambridge, Mass.
Chlekering Hall, Huntington Avenue, Boston, Mass.
NATICK. Walnut Hill School
A college preparatory school for girls. Catalogue sent on application. Miss CONANT and Miss BIGELOW, Principals.
Wheaton Seminary for Young Women.
REV. SAMUEL V. COLE, A. M., D. D., President. 70th year begins Sept. 14, 1904. Endowed college-preparatory. Certificates to college. Advanced courses for high-school graduates and others. Art and music. Experienced teachers. Native French and German. New brick gymnasium, with resident instructor ; tennis, field-hockey, basket ball, golf. Steam_and electricity. Healthful location, within 30 miles of Boston. For catalogue and views, address WHEATON SEMINARY, Norton, Mass.
In the Berkshire Hills On a handsome estate 1,000 feet above sea level, girls are given an outdoor life, a college preparatory or a general education by a carefully chosen faculty. For catalogue address.
Miss MIRA H. HALL, Principal, Pittsfield, Massachusetts.
SOUTH BYFIELD. Dummer Academy prepares boys for any col. lege or scientific school. 140th year began Sept. 16, 1903. Experienced teachers. Quiet home influence. New dormitory. $500 a year.
PERLEY L. HORNE, A.M. (Harvard).
For Girls and Young Ladies
West Bridgewater, Mass. 25 miles from Boston. Academic, College Preparatory, and Special Courses. Art and music studios. Large endowments make low terme. $350 to $400. Famous for the earnestness and efficiency of its teachers. For Catalogue address
Miss SARAH E. LAUGHTON, Principal.
WELLESLEY SCHOOL FOR BOYS
General The MacDuffie School for Girls. College preparation and certificate admission. Music, Art, Domestic Science. 25 Girls. $700. Illus. catalogue. Opens Sept. 28.
Prins.: JOHN MACDUFFIE, Ph. D., Mrs. John MacDUFFIE, A. B.
, . Preparatory school of high order. By new arrangement Spring
and Fall terms are conducted in permanent camp building in New Hampshire mountains. A plan of unusual benefit physically and mentally. For particulars address Edward Augustine Benner,
WEST NEWTON, Albemarle Road.
New Hampshire Re-opens Sept. 21st. Boarding School of high grade. Prepares received at 10 or younger. Send for catalog. F. J. Fersenden, Prin. HOLDERNESS SCHOOL FOR BOYS
We do not attempt to advertise all of the particular advantages this school. If you wish to learn of them send for catalogu
Address Wesleyan Academy
88th Year. Endowed
Rev. LORIN WEBSTER, M. A., Rector, Plymouth, N. E. A co-educational school, incorporated and conducted in the interest of so education, Art, Music, Commercial and Literary Courses. Catalogue, address
DR. W. R. NEWHALL, Principal.
Quincy Mansion School for Girls
TILTON SEMINARY TILTON, NEW HAMPSHIRE
Special advantages for Preparation for College, for Foreign Travel, and in Music, Art, and Language. Illustrated Prospectus and Circular,
HORACE MANN WILLARD, Sc.D
(P. O.) WOLLASTON, Mass. Fifteen minutes from South Terminal Station, Boston.
Worcester, Mass. THE RT. REV. ALEX. H. VINTON, D. D., LL.D., Springfield, Visitor. (1) Prepares for collegiate, scientific-school, or business life. (2) A carefully prepared course of study directed by six liberally educated instructors for fifty pupils - the school limit.
(3) A spacious athletic field and a well-appointed gymnasium. Chemical and physical laboratories. Strict discipline.
(4) An ideal location in the residential part of the “ Heart of the
(5) A home school with home comforts and home care.
Miss Kimball's School For Girls. 18th year, Prepares for college. General and
Special courses. Gymnasium, basket-ball, tennis, excursions. Permanent home and care for girls if needed. Send for illustrated booklet.
WORCESTER. Worcester Academy. A school of greater efficiency paratory School. Catalogue tells of special and distinct advantages. Fine buildings; twelve-acre campus. 71st year begins September 13th, 1904.
D. W. ABERCROMBIE, LL.D., Principal.
THE DETROIT SEMINARY FOR
Asst Prin., Miss Trowbridge.
MICHIGAN COLLEGE OF MINES
F. W. McNAIR, President Regular Summer term opens June 6th. For Year Book, giving list of graduates and their occupations, apply to President or Secretary.
NEW JERSEY Englewood.
For a limited number of boarding pupils. Thorough instruction in all branches. Combines with the advantages of a large dayschool the atmosphere of a home. New buildings, ample grounds. in healthful, charining, suburban town. Only 14 miles from the Libraries, Museums and Concerts of New York City.
| Miss E. S. CREIGHTON,
35 Nassau “Dwight St., New
Method" LAW SCHOOL
of Instruction FOR GIRLS Albany, N. Y. 35th Year.
Day School ; also Evening School. LL.B. in two years ; LL.M. in MISS SEABURY, Head of School.
three years. High Standards. Prepares for bar of all States. Send for catalogue.
GEORGE CHASE, Dean. Rt. Rev. W. C. DOANE, LL.D., President of Trustees.
A school established and conducted solely in the interest of higher education. Entire
income expended CLASSICAL SCHOOL FOR GIRLS.
Resident and Day pupils. Regular and Elective Courses. in support of school. Religious training. Teachers
Special Music, Art, Literature, and Language. College certificates. devoted solely to work of instruction. Separate staff Summer travel in Europe. Gymnasium. Home care, and social reof chaperons. Strong Music department. Modern creation. Mrs. HELEN M. SCOVILLE, 2042 Fifth Avenue, N. Y. City. buildings, built for school purposes. Separate department for younger pupils. Location ideal for health. Miss Anne Brown
Boarding and Day Preparation given for leading colleges. Extra year
School for Girls. required for St. Agnes diploma. Native teachers of Formerly 701-713, 715-717 Fifth Avenue. Reëstablished at modern languages. Exercise in gymnasium and out
Park Hill, Yonkers ( 30 minutes from New York City.)
For circulars, address door games under specialist. Catalogue on request.
Miss ANNE BROWN, Highcliffe Hall, Park Hill, Yonkers, N. Y.