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President, REV. FLAVFX S. LUTHER, IX. D.
Assistant Treasurer, EDGAR F. WATERMAN,
Secretary of the Faculty. WILLIAM N. C. CARLTON.
THIS Institution is pleasantly situated on high ground, overlooking the city of Hartford, Connecticut. The cut presents a view of the largest of the buildings, 650 feet in length, and including Dormitories, Chapel, Library and a few of the Lecture Rooms.
The Library contains over 60,000 volumes, 30 per cent, of which have been purchased within the last ten years. It is open daily for consultation and study.
The Laboratories, Physical, Chemical and Biological, are fully equipped with modern apparatus for work in these departments. Especial attention is given, to work in preparation for Electrical Engineering, Industrial Chemistry and Medicine.
Extensive courses are offered for study in Mathematics, Ancient Languages, Modern Languages, Economics, History, Ethics and Philosophy. A large list of valuable scholarships and prizes is given in the annual catalogue.
For catalogues and information address the President or the Secretary of the Faculty.
ST. JOHN'S COLIXQL, FORDHAM
190th Street and Third Avenue, New York City
For Boarding and Day Students
Classical and Non-Classical Courses
ST. JOHN'S HALL, ASEPARATE PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT FOR YOUNGER BOYS . . . MILITARY DRILL BY U. S. ARMY OFFICER . . . EXTENSIVE GROUNDS . . . CAMPUS AND GYMNASIUM
Sea. Coa.st of the Empire Sta.te
On OceaLi\, So\md a.nd Bays
A Territory of Widely Varying Natural Attractions
Qviickly R.e&ched from New York City
TRENDING East and West, it Is cooled in Summer by the prevailing South
LONG ISLAND RAILROAD
A. L. LANGDON HOWARD M. SMITH
Traffic Manager General Passenger Agent
263 FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORK CITY.
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