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Educational Directory I

MASSACHUSETTS -- (continued)

MASSACHUSETTS - (continued)

In the Berkshire Hills

Emerson College of Oratory
Largest School of Oratory. Literature, and Pedagogia Miss Hall's School for Girls

, in

Sept. 28th. Address HENRY LAWRENCE SOUTHWICK, Dean, Chickering Hall, Huntington Avenue, Boston.

Pittsfield, Massachusetts. Miss MIRA H. HALL, Principal

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BRADFORD. BRADFORD ACADEMY For Young Women ROCK RIDGE SCHOOL One Hundred and Fifth Year

For Boys. Location high and dry. Laboratories. Shop for mechan

arts. Strong teachers. Ernest Boys very small classes Gynisasum Thirty miles from Boston. Twenty-five acres of grounds. Certifi- with new swimming pool, Fits for college, scientific school, and busine cate admits to Wellesley, Smith, Vassar, and other colleges. Gen

Well regulated daily life. Young boys in separate building. Please addres

DR. A. C. WHITE, Rock Ridgo Hall, Wellesley Hills, Mase. eral course of four years and two years' course for High School graduates. For catalogue and book of views, address the Principal, Miss LAURA A. KNOTT, A. M.

MASSACHUSETTS, West Bridgewater.

Howard Seminary rol GIRLS AND Youse LADIES FRANKLIN, Mags.

Healthful and beautiful location, 25 miles from Boston. Academic

College Preparatory and Special Courses. Two years course for DEAN ACADEMY

High School graduates. Art and Music studios.

Miss SARAR E. LAUGHTON, A. M. Principal. Young men and young women find here a home-like

in

Allen

(Daughters of the late partment of a broad culture, a loyal and helpful school The Misses Allen spirit. Liberal endowment permits liberal terms, $250

MR. NATH'L T. ALLEN) per year. For catalogue and information, address will re-open their School for Girls, OCTOBER 1, 1908. ARTHUR W. PEIRCE, Litt. D., Principal.

Address THE MISSES ALLEN, West Newton, Mass.

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The HIGHLAND

Established WORCESTER

Military Academy. The Rt. Rev. Alex. H. VINTON, D.D., LL. D., Springfield, Pistaz. (1) An ideal location in the residential part of "The Academie City." (2) An experienced, carefully selected Faculty 3) An institution which makes character a prime requisite for the

admission and retention of its pupils. (4) An abundant, wholesome diet; athletics controlled. (5) A busy, working school which fits its students for leading places

in collegiate, professional, or business life. Address or call upon for all information

JOSEPH ALDEN SHAW, A. M., Head Master.

MASSACHUSETTS, Natick
Walnut Hill School
A college preparatory school for girls. Seventeen miles from Boston
Miss CONANT, Miss BIGELOW or the Secretary will be at the
school on Wednesdays of July and August.

Michigan

Wheaton Seminary for Young Women.

REV. SAMUEL V. COLE, A. M., D. D., President. 74th year begins Sept. 16, 1908. Endowed. Certificates to college. Advanced courses for high-school graduates and others. Art and MICHIGAN COLLEGE OF MINES music. Native French and German. dining hall and dormitories. Modern gymnasium, with resident instructor; tennis, basket

F. W. MCNAIR, President. ball, field-hockey, etc. Steam and electricity. Healthful location, Located in the Lake Superior district. Mines and Mills acersihle within 30 miles of Boston. For catalogue and views, address for College work. For Yearbook and Record of Graduates apply to WHEATON SEMINARY,

NORTOX, Mass. President or Secretary. HOUGHTON, MICHIGAN.

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Missouri

NEW JERSEY (continued) HOSMER HALL RAYOND BOARDING KENT PLACE SCHOOL FOR GIRLS

SCHOOL .

SUMMIT, N. J. (Near New York) 4299 Washington Boulevard, St. Louis, Mo.

Mrs. Sarah Woodman Paul, Principal.
Certificates admit to leading Colleges. Academic and Special
Courses. Limited home school. 25th year opens September 24, 1908. Hamilton Wright Mabie, LL.D., Pres't Board of Directors.

Miss McNalr, Principal.
New Hampshire

New York
FOR

The Wells School: For Girls

BOYS On the enst shore of Cayuga Lake. Thorough training for the Prepares for Colleges and Technical Schools. Ranks with the highest

leading women's colleges. Strong General Course of Study. For grade schools of New England, yet by reason of endowment the

illustrated catalogue, address Miss Anna R. GOLDSMITH, A. B., tuition is only $400. A new building will be opened in September.

Principal, Aurora-on-Cayuga, N. Y.
Rov. Lorin Webstor, M. A., Roctor, Plymouth, N. H.

HOLDERNESS SCHOOL

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Chappaqua Mountain Institute

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Chappaqua, Westchester County, New York
Home school for boys and girls under Society of Friends. College-
Preparatory, Commercial. Manual Training, Music, Art Courses. 32
miles from New York. $300 to $375 a year. Separate residence and
Home Mother for young children. Chas. R. BLENIS, Supt., Box F.

Fort Edward Collegiate Institute - for Girls. $400.

Fifty-fourth year; 700 graduates, in Literary, College Preparatory or other Courses. Physical and Social Culture. Strong departments in Music (Leschetizky method), Art, Elocution and Domestic Science. Numbers limited. Hlustrated catalogue.

Jos. E. King, D.D., President, Box 110, Fort Edward, N. Y.

New Jersey KINGSLEY SCHOOL FOR

BOYS Prepares for College and Scientific Schools. Thorough work in small classes. 22 miles from New York. Unusually healthful location ; 500 feet elevation. Large gymnasium, running track, diamond and tennis court. For catalogue, address JAMES R. CAMPBELL, Headmaster, Box 105, Esson Folls, N. J.

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CENTENARY COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE

HACKETTSTOWN, N. J. A very fine school, under the auspices of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Boys and girls over fourteen years of age received. College preparatory and other courses Rates moderate. Health conditions unsurpassed. For catalogue write to EUGENE A NOBLE, L.H.D., President

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The Knox School for Girls

Lakewood, New Jersey.

Fifth year begins October 1, 1908.
Miss Mary F. Knox, A. B., Principal.
Miss Beard's Boarding and Day School
COLLEGE PREPARATORY. SPECIAL COURSES.

Berkeley Avenue, Orange, N. J.

Suburban to New York.

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The Atlantic Monthly Advertiser

D Educational Directory O

NEW YORK (continued)

DOBBS

FERRY-ON-HUDSON For the careful preparation of 150 boys for College and Christian Citizenship

DR ALBERT SHAW, Editor Review of Reviews, Chairman of the Council JAMES GAYLEY, V.-Pres l'. S. Steel Corporation. REV. W. T STEVENSON, D.D., First Presbyte- COL. F.Q. Brows, of Redmond & Co., Banken SC. ROWLAND, V. Pres. International Trust rian Church, Yonkers, N. Y.

New York City. Co., Baltimore, Md.

RES. J. BILCOLM SHAW, D. D., Second Presby- BLANCHARD RANDALL, of Gill & Fisher, Balb R. BRENT KEYSER, Pres Baltimore Copper terian Church, Chicago, III.

more, Md. Works.

J. SCOTT Melone, Executor of the Estate of S. S. MCCLURE, Editor McClure's Magazine. Hox. JOHN W. GRIGGS, Ex. Atty General of the late J. Jennings McComb. the US Early application is adrisable.

Annual charge, $500,

Fall term, September 23:1.

Oberlin Conservatory of Music

OHIO (continued)
THE MISSES GRAHAM
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS (Established in 1816).
Removed from 176 West 720 st. to 42 Riverside Drive.
REOPENED OCT. 2.

OBERLIN, OHIO

Offers unusual opportunities for advanced study of music in ali NEW YORK, New York, 2042 Fifth Avenue.

its branches.

Enjoys the intellectual and social life of Oberlin College. Mrs. Helen M. Scoville's SCHOOL FOR GIRLS

School.

Eminent faculty of 36 specialists, 762 students last year from *

states and 8 foreign countries. Music, Art, Languages. Home care and social life. Special and A four year High School course, or its equivalent, required before regular studies. Outdoor exercise.

entering courses leading to degree of Bachelor of Music. Summer Travel Party, sailing June 6, 1908.

Send for catalog and Musical Year Book.

CHARLES W. MORRISON, Director.
New York, New YORK, 338 Lexington Avenue.
Miss Louise F. Wickham

Pennsplvania will reopen her Home School Oct. 7th. Girls received who wish to study Art, Music, Languages, etc. Sixteenth year. The Baldwin School for Girls

(Formerly Miss Baldwin's School) OSSINING SCHOOL FOR GIRLS

Preparatory to Bryn Mawr College. Within 17 years 216 students

from this school have entered Bryn Mawr College. Certificate Ossining-on-Hudson, N. Y.

admits to Vassar, Smith, and Wellesley. Diploma given in both Miss CLARA C. FOLLER, Principal.

general and college preparatory courses. Fireproof stone building Twenty-five acres of ground. A separate cottage for young girls

JANE L. BROWNELL, A. M., Head of the School Lyndon Hall School

For circular, address the Secretary, P. O. Box A. BRYN MAWR, PA. prepares many girls for Vassar, but is distinctively a Home School, and offers special advantages to the large number of girls who do SPRINGSIDE, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia. not go to college. SAMUEL W. BUCK, A. M., Principal, Poughkeepsie, N. Y.

Boarding and Day School for Girls.

Mrs. CHAPMAN and Miss JONES, Principals Rye Seminary, For particulars address Rve, New York.

Bucks Co., Penna. Mrs. S. J. LIFE, The Misses STOWE.

Under management of Society of Friends. Thorough college pre paration. Beautiful grounds. 227 acres. New Gymnasium and Lab oratories. Large athletic field. Healthful location, 25 miles north of Philadelphia. For catalog address Joseph S. Walton, Ph.D., Pris

41st year.

GEORGE SCHOOL George School P. O.,

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Ogontz School for Young Ladies.

Twenty minutes from Philadelphia, two hours from New York. The late Mr. Jay Cooke's fine property. Miss SYLVIAJ, EASTMAN, MISA SUTHERLAND, Principals, Ogontz School P. O., Pa.

South Carolina

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Ohio

Virginia GLENDALE COLLEGE FOR WOMEN STUART HALL (Formerly

GLENDALE, OHIO Suburban to Cincinnati in a location of unusual beauty and healthfulness. Second term began February 3rd. Write for particulars.

Miss R. J. DE VORE, President.

Virginia Female Institute)
Church School for Girls in Blue Ridge Mountains. Primary. Inter
mediate and College Preparatory. 65th Session, Travel Seheel abad
Catalogue. MARIA PENDLETON DIVAL, Principal, Staunton, Virna.

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