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A Catalogue of the Officers and
Students of Washington University, ...

Washington University (Saint Louis, IVIo.)



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A CATALOGUE



OF THE



OF.FICERS AND STUDENTS



IN



Washington University,



WITH THE



COURSES OF STUDY



FOR THE



ACADEMIC YEAR 1895-96.



ST. LOUIS:

NIXON-JONES PRINTING CO.

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CALENDAR FOR 1896 and 6 MONTHS OF 1897.



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UNIVERSITY CALENDAR.



1896-yti.

Entbance Examination to the Manual Training School^ Friday,

September 20, 1895.
Manual Training School opens Monday, September 28.
Entrance Examination to the Undergraduate Department,

Wednesday and Thursday, September 25-26.
Entrancb Examination to the Law School, Wednesday, Sep-
tember '25.
Entrancr Examination to the Medical College, Tuesday and

Wednesday, September 24^25.
Entrancb Examination to the Dental College, Tuesday and

Wednesday, September 24-25.
Entrancb Examination to Smith Academy, Monday, Tuesday

and Wednesday, September 23-26.
Entrancb Examination to Mary Institute, Tuesday aud

Wednesday, September 24-25.
School of Fine Arts opens Monday, September 23.
Undbrgraduatb Department opens Thursday, September 2G.
Law School opens Thursday, September 26.
Medical Collboe opens Thursday, September 26.
Dbntal College opens Thursday, September 26.
Smith Academy opens Tlmrsday, September 26.
Mary Institute opens Thursday, September 26.
HouDAY, Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 28.
Vacation, December 21, 1896, to January 1, 1806, inclusive.
First Term ends Friday, January 31.
Second Tbrm begins Monday, February 3.



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4 WASHINGTON UNIVERSIIT.

Holiday, Washington's Birthday, Saturday, February 22.
Contest roK Prizes in Oratory and Declamation, Friday,

AprU 17.
Dental College closes Thursday, April 23.
Medical College closes Friday, April 24.
Commencement Medical and Dental Colleges, Thursday,

April 80.
University Holiday, Friday, May 8.
Exhibition of Work of School of Fine Arts, June 9-11.
Entrance Examination to Smith Academy, Saturday, June 13.
Entrance Examination to the Undergraduate Department,

Monday and Tuesday, June 15-16.
Exhibition of Work of Manual Training School, Tuesday

morning, June 16.
Graduating Exercises, Smith Academy, Tuesday evening,

June 16.
Graduating Exercises, Mary Institute, Friday morning,

June 12.
Graduating Exercises, Manual Training School, Wednesday

evening, June 17.
Entrance Examination to the Manual Training School,

Thursday morning, June 18.
Commencement, Law School and Undergraduate Department,

Thursday evening, June 18.
Vacation, June 19 to September 24.

1896-97.

Entrance Examination to the Manual Training School,
Friday, September 18, 1896.

Manual Training School opens Monday, September 21.

Entrance Examination to the Undergraduate Department,
Tuesday and Wednesday, September 22-23.

Entrance Examination to the Law School, Wednesday, Sep-
tember 28.

Entrance Examination to the Medical College, Tuesday and
Wednesday, September 22 and 23.



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TNIVEBSITT CALENDAR. 5

Ektramcb Examination to the Dental College^ Tuesday and
Wednesday, September 22 and 23.

Entrancb Ezauinatiom to Smith Academy, Monday, Tuesday,
and Wednesday, September 21-23.

Entrancr Examination to Mary Institute, Tuesday and Wed-
nesday, September 22-28.

School of Finr Arts opens Monday, September 21.

Umdbrqraduatr Dbpartmbnt opens Thursday, September 24.

Law School opens Thursday, September 24.

Mkdical Collkgr opens Thursday, September 24.

Dbntal C0L1.BGB opens Thursday, September 24.

Smith Academy opens Thursday, September 24.

Maby Institute opens Thursday, September 24.

Holiday, Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 26.

Vacation, December 24, 1896, to January 4, 1897, inclusive.

First Tbrm ends Friday, January 29.

Second Trrm begins Monday, February 1.



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CORPORATION.



PRKSIDRNT :

ROBERT S. BROOKINGS.

VICK-PRKSIDENT :

HENRY HITCHCOCK.

SECRETARY AND TREASURER:

GEORGE M. BARTLETT.

Offlce ill Univer.«!ity Hall, 1704 Washington Avenue.

DIRKCTORS :

HENRY HITCHCOCK 54 Vaudeveuter pi.

JAMES E. YEATMAN 412 Olive St.

CARLOS S. GREELEY 1535 Lucas place.

GEORGE E. LEIGHTON .... 803 Garrison av.

EDWIN HARRISON 3747 Westminster pi.

HENRY W. ELIOT 2636 Locust st.

SAMUEL CUPPLES 3673 Pine st.

JOSEPH G. CHAPMAN 46 Vandeventer pi.

GEORGE A. MADILL 2821 Cliestnut st.

WILLIAM L. HUSE 9 Westmoreland pi.

ROBERT S. BROOKINGS .... 2320 Lucas place.

CHARLES NAGEL 2044 Lafayette av.

GEORGE O. CARPENTER, Jr. . . Russell & Comptou avs.
ISAAC H. LIONBERGER .... 3630 Delmar boul.
ALFRED L. SHAPLEIGH . . . . 363G Delmar boul.

ISAAC W. MORTON 49 Vandeventer pi.

ADOLPHUS BUSCH 1 Busch place.



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CORPORATION.



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In fts<ociation with the above are the foUowlnst. gentlemen
not members of the B<mrd of Directors:—

48 MKMBBR8 OF THK BOARD OF MANAGKKS OF THE MANUAL
TRAINING SCHOOL:

f Rnssell & Louisiana
HENRY C. HAARSTICK \ ^^g

EDWARD C. SIMMONS 21 Westmoreland pi.

AS irKMBKRS OF THE BOARD OF CONTROL OF THK SCHOOL OF
FINE ARTS.

DANIEL CATLIN 21 Vandeventer place.

CHARLES PARSONS 2804 Pine St.

ELLIS WAINWRIGHT +21 OUve «t.

DAVID C. BALL 1601 8. Grand av.

GEORGE D. BARNARD 47 Vandeventer place.

*8 MKMBBBS OK THB ADVISOKY COMMITTRK OF THE HENBY
9HAW SCHOOL OK BOTANY:

WILLIAM G. FABLOW, M. D. Cambridge, Mass.

GEORGE J- ENOELMANN, M. D. . Boston, Mass.



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OFFICERS



GOVERNMENT AND INSTRUCTION."



ADDRESS.

WINFIELD S. CHAPLIN, LL.D.,
Chancellor 36S6 West Pine st.

SYLVESTER WATERBOUSE, Ph. D.,
LL.D., Collier Professor of Greek . 1637 Washington av.

CALVIN M. WOODWARD, A. B.,
Ph. D., Thayer Professor of Mathe-
matics and Applied Mechanics. Dean
of the School of Engineering and Di-
rector of the Manual Training School 8013 Hawthorne boul.

GEORGE E. JACKSON, A. M., Professor
of Latin 4400 Morgan st.

MARSHALL S. SNOW, A. M., Professor
of History and Dean of the College . 2938 Locust st.

FRANCIS E. NIPHER, A. M., Wayman
Crow Professor of Physics .... 8021 Dickson st.

HALSEY C. IVES, Director of the
Museum and School of Fine Arts . . 3731 Westminster pi.

QUSTAVUS A. FINKELNBURG, A. M.,
Lecturer on Constitutional Limita-
tions 1843 Kennett pi.

* Arranged with the exception of the Chancellor In the order of
appointment^



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OFFICERS OF GOVERNMENT AND INSTRUCTION. V

ADDRESS.

BDMUND A. ENGLER, A. M., Ph. D.,
Professor of Mathematics and Debcrip-
tive Geometry • . . 1120 N. Comptoii av.

HENRY S. PRITCHETT, A. M., Ph. D.
(Munich), Professor of Mathematics
and Astronomy 3627 Bell av.

JOHN B. JOHNSON, C. E., William
Palm Professor of Ciyil Engineering 2681 Russell av.

JOHN FISKE, LL.D., Litt. D, Uni-
versity Professor of American History Cambridge, Mass.

WILLIAM TRELEASE, S. D. (Harv.),
Engelmann Professor of Botany . . Shaw's Garden.

JOSEPH W. FAIRBANKS, Ph. D., Prin-
cipal of Smith Academy 3750 Lindell boul.

AMOS M. THAYEK, LL.D., Professor
of the Law of Contracts and Com-
mercial Law • . . 3638 Pine st.

JOHN B. JOHNSON, M. D., Professor
of the Principles of Medicine . . . 4244 Washington boul.

ELISHA H. GREGORY, M. D., LL.D.,
Professor of the Principles and Prac-
tice of Surgery and Clinical Surgery . 3626 Lucas av.

GUSTAV BAUMGARTEN, M. D., Pro-
fessor of the Practice of Medicine . 2643 Chestnut st.

HENRY H. MUDD, M. D., Dean of the
Medical and Dental Colleges, and
Professor of Clinical Surgery and
Special Fractures and Dislocations . 8720 Washington boul.

WASHINGTON E. FISCHEL, M. D.,
Professor of Clinical Medicine . . . 2647 Washington av

ROBERT LUEDEKING, M. D,, Pro-
fessor of Diseases of Children . . .1887 Lafayette av.

JOHN GREEN, M. D., Professor of
Ophthalmology ........ 2670 Washington av.

JAMES M. SCOTT, M. D., Professor of
Obstetrics 3313 Morgan st.



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ADDRESS.

JOHN P. BRYSON, M. D., Professor of

Genito-Urinary Surgery 3883 Pine st.

FRANK R. FRY, M. D., Professor of
Diseases of tlie Nervous System . . 3133 Pine st

HENRY SCHWARZ, M. D., Professor
of Gynaecology 1723 Chouteau av.

FRANK M. GLASGOW, M. D., Pro-
fessor of Clinical Gynaecology . . . 4066 Westminster pi.

HARVEY G. MUDD, M. D., Professor
of Osteology and Regional Anatomy. 4144 Washington imul

PAUL Y. TUPPER, M. 1),, Professor of
Descriptive Anatomy 4236 Delraar boul.

EDGAR M. 8ENSENEY,M.D.,Secrctary
of the Medical Faculty and Professor
of Therapeutics and Materia Medica 2829 Washington av,

ALBERT H. FULLER, M. D., D. D. S.,
Secretary of the Dental Faculty, and
Professor of Operative Dentistry . , Columbia Building.

EDMUND H. SKARS, A. B., Principal
of Mary Institute 3529 Bell av.

CHARLES R. SANGER, A. M., Ph. D.,
Kliot Professor of Clieuiistry . . . 3040 Washington av.

JAMES MAIN DIXON, M. A., F. R. S. E.,
Professor of the English Language
and Literature 588G Von Vensen av.

OTTO HELLER, Professor of the Ger-
man Language and Literature . . . 3113 Washington av.

JOHN HENRY KINEALY, D. E., Pro-
fessor of Mechanical Engineering . . 5030 Morgan st.

WILLIAM S. CURTIS, A. B., LL.B.,
Dean of the Law School 1421 Missouri av.

WILLIAM F. HANCOCK, First Lieut.
Fifth U. S. Artillery, Professor of
Military Science and Tactics . . . 3540 Washington av.

NORMAN B. CARSON, M. D., Profes-
sor of Clinical Surgery 4377 Westmin.ster pi.



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OFFICERS OF GOVBRNMKNT AND INSTRrCTIOH. 1 I

ADDRK8I1.

RODERICK E. ROMBAUER,' Professor
of Equitj' and Real Property Law . .3016 Geyer av.

JOSEPH GRINDON, M. I)., Professor
of Dermatology 509 Ware a v.

HENRY HODGEN, M. D., Professor
of Orthopaedic Surgery 1023 Thornby pi.

JOHN B. SHAPLEIGH, M. D., Pro-
fessor of Otology 8840 Delmar av.

ORION W. BEDELL, M. D., D. M. D.,
Professor of Mechanical Dentistry . 1544 A Lafayette av.

GUSTAV HAMBACH, M. D., Adjunct-
Professor of Geology 1319 Lami st.

HENRY AUGUST HUNICKE, E. M.,
Adjunct- Professor of Applied Chem-
istry 1219 Mississippi av.

SIDNEY P. BUDGETT,M. D., Adjunct-
Professor of Physiology and Histolog\ 3815 Washington l)oul.

WILLIAM N. BEGGS, M. D., Lecturer
and Demonstrator of Pathology . .4612 Easton av.

AUGUST H. MUEGGE, Instructor in
Gymoastics 2712 Franlvlln av.

ROBERT BRINGHURST, Instructor in
the School of Fine Arts 1828 Lucas pi.

HOL.MES SMITH, Instructor in Draw-
ing 1410 S. Ewingav.

CHARLES NAGEL, LL.B., Lecturer on
Corporations 2044 Lafayette av.

EDWARD C. ELIOT, A. M., LL.B.,
Lecturer on Sales and Ba^paents . . 5468 Maple av .

PENDLETON TAYLOR BRYAN, LL.B.,
Lecturer on the Law of Torts and
Negligence 2654 Locust st.

EDWARD P. PERRY, Instructor in
Elocution 2824B Morgan st.

EDWARD M. CAMPBELL, Instructor
in the School of Fine Arts . . . .2813 Washington av



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ADDRK8S.

ELISHA H. GREGORY, Jr., M. D., In-
structor in Practical Anatomy . . . S526 Lucas av.

ELSWORTH S. SMITH, M. D., In-
structor in Physical Diagnosis . . . 3538 Pine st.

AMAND N. RAVOLD, M. D., Lecturer
on Hygiene, Instructor in Bacteriology. 2806 Morgan st.

LEWIS L. McCABE, M. D., Instructor
in Clinical Medicine 1919 N. Grand av.

JULES F. VALLfi, M. D., Instructor in
Obstetrics and Chief of the Obstetri-
cal Clinic 3801 Washington av.

JOHN C. FALK, M. D., Instructor in

Materia Medica II12 Franlvlin av.

GREENFIELD SLUDER, M. I)., In-
structor in Clinical Medicine and
Urinology 2647 Washington av.

ALLERTON S. CUSHMAN, B. S., In-
structor in Chemistry 603 Garrison av.

HENRI DUMAY, B. de PE. S.S., In-
structor in French 604 West End pi.

CHARLES F. VON SALTZA, Instruct-
or in the School of Fine Arts . . . 2922 Morgan st.

CHARLES P. JOHNSON, A. M., LL.B.,
Lecturer on Criminal Law .... 4300 Washington av.

FREDERIC N. JUDSON, A. M., LL.B.,
Lecturer on Evidence and Constitu-
tional Law ^ 3733 Washington boul.

ISAAC H. LIONBERGBR, A. M., Lec-
turer on Statute of Limitationt^ and
Statutes of Fraud 3680 Delmar av.

LEE SALE, LL.B., Lecturer on Agency
and Partnership 2734 Lucas av.

FRANK B. GALLIVAN, A. M., Assistant
in Chemistry in the Medical School . 2830 Locust st.

HENRY RAND HATFIELD, A. B., In-
struotor in Political Economv . . . 2636 Locust st



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OFKICEKS OP GOYEUNMENT AMD INSTRUCTION. 13

ADDRB8S.

ORVILLE LOGAN SIMMONS, Instruct-
or in Cryptogamic Botany .... 2025 Oli^e st.

WILLIAM H. BOEHM, B. S., M. M. E.,
Instractor in Mechanical Engineer-
ing 918 N. Garrison av.

JOBN LANE VAN ORNUM, C. E., In-
strnctor in Civil Engineering . . . 619 N. Ewing av.

CARL KINSLEY, A. B., M. E., Instructs
or in Physics 4039 Magnolia av.

EDMUND H. WUBRPEL, Instructor in
the School of Fine Arts 8447 Lafayette av.

EDWIN C. BURNETT, M. D., Lecturer j S. E. cor. Jefferson
on Syphilis t av. and Olive st.

VILRAY P. BLAIR, M. D , Demonstra-
tor of Practical Anatomy 319 N. Grand av.

J. B. KIMBROUGH, D. M. D., Superin-
tendent of Dental Infirmary .... 2610 Locust st.

C. ORRICK BISHOP, Lecturer on
Criminal Law Jennings, Mo.

FREDERICK A. WISLIZBNUS, A. B.,
LL.B., Lecturer on the Law of Ad-
ministration 1817 Longfellow boul.

PAUL F. COSTE, A. B., LL.B., Lec-
turer on Evidence 44 Nicholson pi.

JACOB KLEIN, Lecturer on Extraor-
dinary Legal Remedies 1742 Missouri av

JAMES O. BROADHEAD, LL.D., Lec-
turer on International Law^ .... 3833 Lafayette av.

CHARLES CLAFLIN ALLEN, LL.B.,
Lecturer on Medical Jurisprudence . 3727 Westminster pi

CHARLES P. DAVIS. Instructor in the
School of Fine Arts Studio Bld^.

WILLIAM H. RUSH, S. B., A. M., In-
structor in Botany 1742 Wavcriy pi.

JOHN G. HARPER, I). D. S., Demon-
strator of Mechanical Dentistry . .2815 Thomas 8t.



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ADDKB08.

UOHACE W. SOPER, M. D , DemoD-
strator of Anatomy 912 N. 19th st.

HERMAN L. NIETERT, M. I)., Demon-
strator of Anatomy 320 Cedar at,

WILLIAM JAMES LARK, Demonstra-
tor of Mechanical Dentistry .... 2709 Washington av.

JOUN WETMORE MARSH. Demon-
strator of Operative Dentistry , . .1126 Channing av.



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GENERAL STATEMENT.



Washington University, founded lu the city of St.
Louis, under an Act of Incorporation b}' the State of
Missouri, approved February 22, 1853, is intended to
embrace the whole range of University studies except
Theology, and to afford op|K>rt unity of complete prepa-
ration for every sphere of practical and scientific life.

By the Eighth article of the Constitution, *' no instruc-
tion, either sectarian or religious, or partisan in politics,
shall l>e allowed in an}' Department of the University :
and no sectarian or partisan test shall be used in the
election of Professors, Teachers, or other officers of the
University for any purpose whatsoever. This article shall
be understood as the fundamental condition on which all
endowments, of whatsoever kind, are received." The
Constitution also declares the article now ({uoted •' not
subject to alteration at any time ; '* but to guard against
all encroachments in this important particular, the Direct-
ors have obtained from the General Assembly an amend-
ment to the Charter, by which said article is incorporated
in the same, and thereby placc<i boyond the power of any
future Board of Directors. The Act of Amendment,
approved February 12, 1857, declares: —

•' Sec. 2. No instruction, either sectarian in religion.



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16 WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY.

or partisan io politics, shall be allowed in any Department
of said University ; and no sectarian or party test shall be
allowed in the election of Professors, Teachers, or other
officers of said University ; or in the admission of scholars
thereto, or for any purpose whatever.

*' Skc. 3. It shall be the duty of the Board of Directors
of the said University, upon being informed of any viola-
tion of the second section of this Act, forthwith to insti-
tute an inquiry into the charge or charges that may be
preferred, in respect thereof, by any credible person, in
writing, against any officer of said University, and if it
shall appear that any officer of said University has vio-
lated the second section of this Act, the Board of Direct-
ors shall forthwith remove any such person so offending
from any office which he may then fill in any Depart-
ment of said University; and such person so removed
shall be forever thereafter ineligible to any office in said
University.

*'Sec. 4. In case the Board of Directors, upon being
notified in writing, by any credible person, of a violation
of the second section of this Act, shall refuse or neglect
to investigate the charges thereupon preferred against
any officer of said University, it shall be competent for
the St. Louis Circuit Court, or the St. Louis Court of
Common Pleas, to compel the Board of Directors, by
manda^muf, to perform their duty in investigating such
charge, and to show their performance of such duty to
the satisfaction of the Court having cognizance of the
matter, and all proceedings under this section shall be
summary, and conducted to a conclusion with as little
delay as possible ; and the power hereby given to said



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GENERAL STATEMENT. 17

courts may be exercised by the judge of either of said
tribuoals in vacation."

On the 22d of April, 1857, the formal inauguration of
Washington University took place with appropriate exer-
cises in University Hall, and an oration delivered by Hon.
Edward Everett, in the Mercantile Library Hall. An ad-
vanced scientific class was organized at that time. The
Academy had then been in operation about three years.
The Ck>llege and Mary Institute were organized in 1859,
and the first Senior Class was graduated from the College
in June, 1862. The Law School was organized in 1867,
the Polytechnic School, now known as the School of
Engineering, in 1870, the School of Fine Arts and the
Manual Training School in 1879, the School of Botany
in 1885. The St. Louis Medical College, founded in
1842, was admitted as a Department of the University in
1891, and the Missouri Dental College in 1892.

To show the principle on which endowments are in-
vited, the fifth, sixth and seventh articles of the Consti-
tution are here inserted.

'* ARTICLE V.

*' ENDOWMENT OF PROFESSORSHIPS.

" Any person may endow in whole or in part a speci-
fied Professorship in the said University ; and if, in the
opinion of the Board of Directors, said endowment shall
be sufficient for the support of said Professorship, said
Professorship shall bear the name of its founder forever,
unless at the time of the endowment he shall otherwise
direct.



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'ARTICLE VI.

"* BNDOWMBMT OP DBPARTMKNT8.

^' Any i)er30D may found, by an adequate endowment,
a specific Department in said University : provided the
plan of its organization and its purposes are approved by
the Board of Directors, and if said endowment shall, in
the opinion of said Board, be sufficient for the perpetual
support of said Department it shall bear the name of the
founder thereof forever, unless he shall otherwise direct
at the time of endowing the same.

•ARTICLE VII.

**8PKCIFIC FUNDS.

*' All funds and property of whatever nature and de-
scription, contributed to the endowment or foundation of
a Professorship or Department, shall forever be faithfully
applied to the specific purpose for which contributed,
and to no other object whatsoever, without the. written
consent of the donor or founder thereof, or his heirs and
assigns, and also the written consent of two- thirds of the
Directors first .had and obtained ; provided, however,
that said funds and property in this article named shall
never be diverted from the purposes of said University. ' '



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WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY

COMPREHENDS :

I. UNDERGRADUATE DEPARTMENT;

INCLUDING THS COLLE6B AND THE SCHOOL OF BNGINKBRIN(S .

Washington Avenue and Seventeenth Street.

II. HENRY SHAW SCHOO L OF BOTANY.

1724 Washington Avenue.

III. ST. LOUIS SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS.
Lucas Place and Nineteenth Street.

IV. ST. LOUIS LAW SCHOOL.
1417 Lucas Place.

V. ST. LOUIS MEDICAL COLLEGE.

1806 Lucas Place.

VI. MISSOURI DENTAL COLLEGE.

1814 Lucas Place.



The following schools have also been organized under tlie
charter of the University : —

I. SMITH ACADEMY.

IL MARY INSTITUTE.

III. MANUAL TRAINING SCHOOL.

For particulars in regard to these schools see special cata-
logues, to be had on application to Geo. M. Bartlett, Secretary,
1704 Washington avenue.



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THE UNDERGRADUATE DEPARTMENT,

INCLUDING THB COLLKOK AND THE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING.



FACULTY.



WINFIELD S. CHAPLIN,
Chancellor.

SYLVESTER WATERH0U8E,
Professor of Oreek.

CALVIN M. WOODWARD,
Professor of Mathematics and Applied Mechanics and Dean of the
. School of Engineering;

GEORGE E. JACKSON,
Professor of Latin,

MARSHALL S. SNOW,
Professor of History and Dean of the College.

FRANCIS E. NIPHER,

Professor of Physics.

EDMUND A. ENGLER,
Professor of Mathematics and Descriptive Geometry,



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THE UNDERGRADUATE DBPARTMENT. 21

HBNRY 8. PBITCHETT,
Prof far of McUhemaUca and Astronomy.

JOHN B. JOHNSON,
Profe$9or of Civil Engineering.

WILLIAM TRBLEA8E,



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