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EDWARD C. SIMMONS 21 Westmoreland pi.

WILLIAM U. DANFORTH .... 5625 Gates av.



AS MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF CONTROL OF THE SCHOOL OF
FINE ARTS:

DANIEL CATLIN 21 Vandeventer pi.

CHARLES PARSONS 2804 Pine st.

ELLIS WAINWRIQHT 3914 Locust st.

DAVID C. BALL . 1601 S. Grand av.

OEORGB D. BARNARD 47 Vandeventer pi.

AS MEMBERS OF THE ADVISORY COMMITTEE OF THE HENRY
SHAW SCHOOL OF BOTANY:

WILLIAM G. FARLOW, M. D. . Cambridge, Mass.
GEORGE J. ENGBLMANN, M. D. . Boston, Mass.



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OFFICERS

OF

GOVERNMENT AND INSTRUCTION.*



Address.

WINFIELD S. CHAPLIN, LL.D ,
Chancellor 3636 West Pine st.

SYLVESTER WATEUllOUSE, 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, and
Director of the Manual Trainiujr
School 3013 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. NH^llER, A. M., Wayman
Crow Professor of Physics . . . .3021 Dickson st.

HALSEY C. IVES, Director of tlie
Mnseuin and School of Fine Arts . . 3731 Westminster pi.

GUSTAVUSi^. FINKELNliURG, A. M.,
Lecturer on Constitutional Limita-
tions 1843 Kennett pi.

* Arranffod with tho exception of the Chanoellor in the order of
appointment.



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OFFICERS OP GOYERNMBNT AND IH8TBUCTION. V

ADDRESS.

EDMUND A. ENGLER, A. M,, Ph. D.,
Professor of Mathematics and Descrip-
tive Geometry, and Dean of the School
of Engineering 1120 N. Compton av.

HENRYS. PRITCHETT, A. M., Ph. D.,
Professor of Mathematics and
Astronomy » ■ . 8527 Bell iav.

JOHN B. JOHNSON, C. E., WilHara

Palm Professor of Civil 'fingineerlng 2631 Russell av.

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

WILLIAM TRELEASE, 8. D., Eugel-
mann Professor of Botany .... Mo. Botanical Garden.

AMOS M. THAYER, LL D., Professor
of the Law of Contracts and Com-
mercial Law 3638 Pine St.

JOHN B. JOHNSON, M. D., Professor

of the Priifciples of Medicine . . . 4244 Washington bonl.

ELISHA H. GREGORY, M. D., LL.D.,
Professor of tlie Principles and Prac-
tice of Surgery and Clinical Surgery . 8525 Lucas av.

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

HENRY H. MUDl), M. D., Dean of the
Medical and Dental Colleges, and
Professor of Clinical Surgery and
Special Fractures and Dislocations . 3720 Washington boul.

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

ROBERT LUEDEKING, M. D., Pro-
fessor of Diseases of Children . . . 1837 Lafayette av.

JOHN GREEN. M. D., Professor of

Ophthalmology 2670 Washington av.

JAMES M. SCOTT, M. D., Professor of

Obstetrics 8313 Morgan st.



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ADDBB88.

JOBN P. BBY80N, M. D., Professor of
Genito-Urinary Surgery 3888 Pine st.

FBikNK B. FRY, Bf. D., Professor of
Diseases of the Nenroos System . .8188 Pine st.

HBNBT SCHWABZ, M. D., Professor
of Gynaecology 1723 Choateaa av.

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

HABVEY G. MUDD, M. D., Professor
of Osteology and Begional Anatomy . 4144 Washington l>onl.

PAUL Y. TUPPEB, M. D., Professor of
Descriptive Anatomy 4286 Delmar bonl.

EDGAB M.SENSENEY,M.D.,Secretary
of the Medical Faculty and Professor
of Therapeutics and Materia Medica. 2829 Washington av.

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

EDMUND H. SEABS, A. B., Principal
of Mary Institute 8529 Bell av.

CHABLES B. SANGER, A. M., Ph. D.,
Eliot Professor of Chemistry . . . 3040 Washington av.

JAMES MAIN DIXON, M.A., F.B.S.B.,
Professor of the English Language
and Literature 5886 Von Versen av.

OTTO HELLEB, Professor of the Ger-
man Language and Literature . . . 8660 A Flad av.

JOHN HENBY KINEALY, D. E., Pro-
fessor of Mechanical Engineering . . 6080 Morgan st.

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

NORMAN B. CARSON, M. D , Profes-
sor of Clinical Surgery 4877 Westminster pi.

BODEBICK E. BOMBAUER, Professor
of Equity and Beal Property Law . . 8016 Geyer av.



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OFFICBR8 OF GOTBBNMSNT AMD I1I8TBU0TION. 11

ADDRESS.

JOSEPH GRINDON, Bf. D., Professor
of Dermatology 509 Ware av.

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

OBION W. BEDELL, M. D., D. M. D.,
Professor of Mechanical Dentistry . 1909 Lafayette av.

CHARLES P. CURD, A. M., Principal of
Smith Academy 5641 Von Versen av.

SIDNEY P. BUDGETT, M. D., Profes-
sor of Physiology and Histolo^ . .8810 Washington boul.

QU8TAV HAMBACH, M. D., Adjunct-
Professor of Geology 1819 Laml st.

HBNRT AUGUST HUNICKE, E. M.,
Adjunct-Professor of Applied Chem-
istry 2855 Albion pi.

AUGUST H. MUEGGE, Instructor in
Gymnastics 2712 Franklin av.

ROBERT BRINGHURST, Instructor in
the School of Fine Arts 1820 Lucas pi.

HOLMES SMITH, Instructor in Draw-
ing University Club.

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

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

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

EDWARD P. PERRY, Instructor in
Elocution 4958 Fountain av.

EDWARD M. CAMPBELL, Instructor
in the School of Fine Arts .... Studio Building.

* BLISHA H. GREGORY, Jb., M. D., In-
structor In Practical Anatomy . . . 8525 Lucas av.

* Absent on leave.



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, addkkss.

ELSWORTH S. SMITH, M. D.. In-
structor in Phy-'cal Diagnosis . . . S53d Pine St.

AMAND N. RAVULD. M. D., Lectarvr
on Hyuion*', Instructor in Bacierloioiry. 2SC« Morzan st.

LEWIS L. McrABE, M. D., Instructor

in Clinical Mi-Mli«:iie 1919 S. Gnmd av.

JULES F. VALLK, M. D., Instructor in

Oh-tctrics 33* » I Washington av.

JOHN C. FALK, M. I)., Iu>tructor in
Materia Medica 1112 Franklin av.

♦ GREENFIELD SLUDER, M. D., Clin-
ical Lecturer on I)i>ea»res of the No:*e,

Throat and Clu st 2647 Washinjjton av.

HENRI DUMAY, B. fie TE. S.S., In-

structor in French 4064 Laclede av.

CHARLES F. VON SALTZA. In>tructor

in the School of Fine Art> . . : . 1224 Hamilton av.
CHARLES P. JOHNSON, A. M.. LL.B.,

Lecturer on Criminal Law .... 4300 Washington av.
FREDERIC N. JUDSON, A. Vf., LL.B.,

Lecturer on Constitutional Law . . 3733 Washington bout.
ISAAC H. LIONBERGER, A. M., Lee-

turer on Statute of Limitations and

Statutes of Fraud 3630 Del mar av.

LEE SALE, LL.B., Lecturer on Part-
nership 2734 Lucas av.

♦ HKNRY RAND HATFIELD, A. B., In

structor in Political Economy . . .

ORVILLE LOGAN SIMMONS, M. S.,

Instruct(jr in Cryptogamic Botany . 7 IDA N. Leftingwell av.
WILLIAM H. BOEHM, B. S., M. M. E.,

In.structor in Mechanical Ent»iueer-

in.i^ 906A N. Corapton av.

♦ Absent on leave.



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OFFICERS OF GOVERNMENT AND INSTRUCTION. 13

Addrkss.

JOHN LANE VAN ORNUM, C. E., In-
stractor in Civil EngineeriDg . . . 6!9 N. Ewingav.

CARL KINSLEY, A. M., M. E., Instruct-
or in Physics 37GO Olive st.

EDMUND H. WUERPEL, Instructor in
the School of Fine Arts 3418 Lucas av.

EDWIN C. BURNETT, M. D., Lecturer c S. E. cor. JefiEerson
on Syphilis \ av. and Olive st.

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

J. B. KIMBROUGH, D. M. D., Superin-
tendent of Dental Infirmary . . . . 2010 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 Agency 44 Nicliolson pi.

JACOB KLEIN, LL.B., Lecturer on Ex-
traordinary Legal Remedies . . . 1742 Missouri av.

JAMES O. BROADHEAD, LL.D., Lec-
turer on International Law . . . .3333 Lafayette av.

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

CHARLES P. DAVIS, Instructor in the
School of Fine Arts 3418 Lucas av.

WILLIAM H. RUSH, 8. B., A. M., In-
structor in Botany 2106 Waverlypl.

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

HORACE W. SOPER, M. D., Demon-
strator of Anatomy 912 N. 19th St.

HERMAN L. NIETERT, M. D , Demon-
strator of Anatomy 320 Cedar st.



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ADDRBS8.

WILLIAM JAMES LARK, D. M. D.,

Demonstrator of Operative Dentistry 2709 Wasliington av.

ALFRED D. FULLER, D. M. D , Dem-
onstrator of Operative Dentistry . . 4004 Delmar l>oul.

ELLIS WARREN LAZELL, B. S.,
Ph. D., Instructor in Chemistry . . 1750 Preston pi.

HENRY W. STUART, Ph. B., Instruct-
or in Political Economy 2029 Park av.

EDWARD S. ROBERT, LL.B., Lec-
turer on Evidence 2922 Washington av.

ALICE M. MORE, Instructor in the
School of Fine Arts 5S81 Plymouth av.

W. H. PALMER, Instructor In the
School of Fine Arts Edison Electric Co

JU8TINA V. A. PHILLIPS, Instructor
in the School of Fine Arts .... 1538 Mississippi av.

WILLIAM PELL PULIS, Instructor in
the School of Fine Arts 8 125 A Newstead av

ARTHUR E. EWING, M. D., Lecturer
on Diseases of the Eye 518 N. Garrison av.

ALBERT E. TAUSSIG, M. D., Lec-
turer on Clinical Medicine and
Urinology 2647 Washington av.

THEODORE KODIS, M. D., Lecturer
and Demonstrator in Pathology, and
Curator of the Museum 3126 Morgan st.

HENRY C. HARTMANN, M. D., Lec-
turer on Orthopoedic Surgery . . . 1801 St. Ange av.

JOSEPH MASfiRANO, Jr., Ph. G.,
Instructor in Materia Medica and
Pharmacy 3888 Easton av.

LEWIS O. ATHERTON, B. S., Assist-
ant in Chemistry in the Medical
School 3088 Pine st.



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GENERAL STATEMENT.



Washington University, founded in the city of St.
Louis, under an Act of Incorporation by the State of
Missouri, approved February 22, 1853, is intended to
embrace the whole range of University studies except
Theology, and to afford opportunity 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 be allowed in any 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 wh&tsoever. 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 quoted ^' 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 placed beyond the power of any
future Board of Directors. The Act of Amendment,
approved February 12, 1867, declares: —

** Sbo. 2. No instruction, either sectarian in religion,



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16 WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY.

or partisan in 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 any purpose whatever.

'* Sec. 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 anj' 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
mandamus, 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
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QKNRRAL STATBMBNT. 17

courts may be exercised by the judge of either of said
tribunals Id 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. An
Academy bad then been in operation about three years.
The College 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 18B7,
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 invited,
the fifth, sixth and seventh articles of the Constitution
are here inserted.

'•ARTICLE V.

"endowment of PBOFESaORSHIFS.

** 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 professoi'ship, 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.

"endowment of departments.

*' Any person may found, by an adequate endowment,
a specific department in said University; provided the
plan of its organization and its purposes are approved b3'
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.

* ' SPECIFIC 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

COMPRRHRNDS:

I. UNDERGRADUATE DEPARTMENT;

INCLUDING THR COLLRGB AND THE SCHOOL OF BNGINBERINO.

Washington Avenue and Seventeenth Street.

II. HENRY SHAW SCHOOL OP BOTANY.
1724 Washington Avenue.

HI. ST. LOUIS SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS.
Nineteenth and Locust Streets.

IV. ST. LOUIS LAW SCHOOL.
1417 Locust Street.

V. ST. LOUIS MEDICAL COLLEGE.

1800 Locust Street.

VL MISSOURI DENTAL COLLEGE.
1814 Locust Street.



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



I. SMITH ACADEMY.

II. 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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UNDERGRADUATE DEPARTMENT.



THE COLLEGE.
THE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING.



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UNDERGRADUATE DEPARTMENT,

INCLUDING THB COLLBGK AND THE SCHOOL OF KNGINBBRINQ.

FACULTY.



WINFIELD 6. CHAPLIN,
Chancellor.

SYLVESTER WATERHOUSE,

Professor of Greek.

CALVIN M. WOODWARD,
Professor of Mathematics and Applied Mechanics.

GEORGE E. JACKSON,
Professor of Latin.

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

FRANCIS E. NIPHER,
Professor of Physics.

EDMUND A. ENGLER,

Professor of Mathematics and Descriptive Geometry, and Dean of the

School of Kngineering.



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UNDERGRADUATE DEPARTMENT.

HENRY S. PRITCHBTT,
Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy.

JOHN B. JOHNSON,
Professor of Civil Engineering,

WILLIAM TRELEASE,
Professor of Botany.

CHARLES R. SANGER,
Professor of Chemistry.

JAMES MAIN DIXON,
Professor of English.

OTTO HELLER,
Professor of German.

JOHN H. KINEALY,
Professor of Mechanical Engineering.

GUSTAV HAMBACH,
AdjunU-Professor of Geology.

HENRY AUGUST HUNICKE,
Adjunct' Professor of Applied Chemistry.

HOLMES SMITH,
Instructor in Drawing.

HENRY DUMAY,
Instructor in French.



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INSTRUCTORS.



AUGUST H. MUEGQE,
Instructor in Oymnattica.

CHARLKS £. JONES,
Instructor in Forging,

GEORGE B. SWAFFORD,
Instructor In Wood-u>ork,

EDWARD P. PERRY,
Instructor in Elocution.

HENRY RAND HATFIELD,
Instructor in Political Economy,

CHARLES N. McFARLAND,
Instructor in Metal-work..

ORVILLE LOGAN SIMMONS,
Insti'uctor in Botany.

WILLIAM H. RUSH,
Instructor in Botany.

ELLIS WARREN LAZELL.
Instructor in Chemistry.

HENRY W. STUART,
Instructor in Political Economy.



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STUDENTS.



SENIOB CLASS.



VAUUB. COUBSS.

Bernays, Walter Ernst . Chem.
Branch, Henry .... Mech. Eng.
Bryan,Wm. Morgan Case . Arts . .
Chaplin,Sii8an Elizabeth .Arts . .
Fisher^ Guy Kellogg . . Elec. Eng.
Fisher^ Lee David . . . Mech. Eng.
Gilbert, Helen May . . . Arts . .

Hill, Betty Arts . .

Hough, Bodley .... Civ. Eng.
Hunlcke, Wm. August . Civ. Eng.
Jacobs, Arthur Irwin . . Elec. Eng.
Jones, Mary Persis . . . Arts . .
Kirchner, Walter Charles

George Arts . .

Koch, Waldemar Hermann

August . * Chem.

Kramer, Arthur .... Civ. Eng.
Bobbins, Leroy Kings land Mech. Eng.
Roever, William Henry . Mech. Eng.
Roever, Sophia Eugenia .Arts . .
Rosen wald, Lncian . .Civ. Eng.
Trepp, Samuel .... Elec. Eng.
Tyrrell, Warren Ayres . Civ. Eng.
Van Duzcr, Sue .... Arts . .



SB8IBBN0B.

8628 Laclede av.
4314 Washington av.
2988 Dickson st.
8686 W. Pine boul.
1828 Lafayette av.
Clifton Terrace, 111.
1410 S. Ewingav.
1743 Preston pi.
Kirkwood, Mo.
2987 Henrietta st.
2824 Clark av.
3620 Pine st.

4476 Easton av.

6847 N. Manchester rd.
2131 Walnut st.
10 S. Newstead av.
8628 St. Louis av.
8628 St. Louis av.
Las Vegas, N. M.
522 Ware av.
1643 S. Jefferson av.
5689 Clemens av.

Total, 82.



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JUNIOR CLASS.



NAMB8. 0OUB8B. BB8IDBN0B.

Burnliam, Grace . . .Arts . . .2942 Laclede av.

Clark, William Glasgow . Civ. Eng. . 4201 Page av.

CoDzelmaD, John £dward Civ. Eng. . 2901 Morgan st.

Evans, Charles Orrlck, Jr. Arts . . . Kirkwood^ Mo.

Frankenthal, Maurice Al-
bert Arts . . . 1827 Kenuett pi.

Haeberle, Armln . . . Arts . . . Eden College.

Knappi Charles Speck . Mech. Eng. . 1206 Morrison av .

Langsdorf y Alexander Sqhs Mech. Eng. . 3133 Laclede av.

Rapp, Frank Arthur . . Civ. Eng. . 1316 Taylor av.

Ruth, Anna Hard ins . .Arts . . . 2626 Thomas st.

Schlosssteiu, Louis Adolph Mech. Eng. . 1210 Sidney st.

Sessinghaus, Bertha Char-
lotte Arts . . . 2901 Rauschenbach av.

Willits, Edward Everett . Arts . . . 4648 Keunerly av.

Total, 13.

SOPHOMORE CLASS.

Adams, Grace 1010 Newstead av.

Adkius, James, Jr 1414 S. Ewiug av.

Bates, Henry Otis Webster Groves, Mo

Berger, Albert Alexander 3128 Pine st.

Bonnet, Frederick, Jr 2719 Russell av.

Bouton, Walter Scott 2909 Park av.

Bryan, Archibald Moore Washington, Mo.

Cave, Rhodes Estil 3921 Dclmar boul.

Cole, John Gully 4023 Westminster pi.

Evers, Helen Margaret 1861 N. Market st.

Hendrich, Charles August . ... 2806 Lafayette av.

Kendricky Bessie Harriet Webster Groves, Mo.

Kimball, Arthur Campbell . ... Kirk wood, Mo,

Kirchner, Elida Caroline 4234 A Easton av.

Koken, Ernest Charles Frank .... 3622 Hawthorne boul.
Pettas, Charles Parsons 2834 Chestnut st.



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MAMB8. RESIDBNGB.

Pollock, Robert Bowers 8967 Pine st.

Robinson, Arthur Dwiglit 4174 West Belle pi.

Shields, Walter 8860 Delmar boul.

Simpson, William Simeon, Jr. . . . 2110 Lafayette av.

Stoffregen, Charles Henry 3614 Hawthorne boul.

Vetsburg, Karl Max 4164 McPherson av.

Wittier, William Stephen 1134 Rutger st.

Woermann, Frederick Christian . . . 2800 Cass av.

Total, 24.

FRESHMAN CLASS.

Berry, Horace Ridgway 3121 Washington av.

Bowen, Sherman Worcester, Jr. . . . 6941 Cote Brilliantcav.

Burgess, Samuel Allen 2933 Harper st.

Chandler, Albert Barbour Kirkwood, Mo.

Creveling, Dewitt Clayton, Mo.

Dicke, Edward Christian 1911 Hebert st.

Eilers, Le Roy Matthew 1616 King's Highway.

Evans, Dwight Durkee 2648 Locust st.

Famham, Anna May 2943 Thomas st.

Fisse, John Henry 2636 Russell av.

Forder, Carver Walker Station "B," St. Louis.

Gamble, Walter Guy 6961 Plymouth av.

Goebel, Julius Christian 1216 S. 14th st.

Grimm, Henry England 3213 Eads av.

Gronemeyer, Lydia OttUie Jennings, Mo.

Uenby, William Hastings 2631 Russell av.

Hill, Tilly 1743 Preston pi.

Hofmann, Ottocar, Jr Argentine, Kan.

Horwitz, Alexander Earle 1823 Carr st.

Kammerer, Alfred Louis ... . . . 2724 Dayton st.

Leavitt, Sherman 6616 Cabanu6 pi.

Lewis, John James Webster Groves, Mo.

McClure, Ralph Stjiuton 6814 Smiley av.

Pettus, Eugene 2834 Chestnut st.

Phillips, Silas Bent 4442 Morgan st.



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NAKBS. RBSIDBMOB.

Pierson, Ruth Howard 1112 N. Garrison av.

Ritschy, Lewis John 2744 Rassell av.

Schmedtje, Adolph Henry 2837 S. 18th st.

Snyder, Allen Lane 4054 McPherson av.

Stelnbreder, AMna Louisa 4768 Hammett pi.

Stokes, Victor Hugo East St. Louis^ 111.

Toensfeldt, Hans Carl 912 B. 9th st.

True, Clinton Utterbach 5887 Von Versen av.

Waterworth, Edward Brooks .... 8800 Washington av.

Woelk, William John Belleville, III.

Total, 35.
SPECIAL STUDENTS.

Allen, George Walbridge 3189 Lucas av.

Allison, Francis 8110Eadsav.

Avis, Mabel Dean .4115 Delmar av.

Barada, Andrew, S 1089 N. Grand av.

Brokaw, Anna Clot tide 8200 Lucas av.

Brudre, Robert Walter, A. B., 189G . . St. Charles, Mo.

Bryan, Genevieve 8661 Blaine av.

Caldwell, Grace 6922 Horton pi.

Caldwell, John William 4119 McPherson av.

Cochran, Ella A 7 Westmoreland pi.

Coi bilt, Katherinc 8662 Delmar av.

Darrow, Arthur Cliarles O^ Fallon, 111.

Eiseman, Florence M 3287 Pine st.

Ellis, Belle 4478 W. Belle pi.

Ericson, Helen M 2727 Russell av.

Evans, Imogeue 4083 Belle av.

Ifairbrothcr, Itaymond Carpenter . . East St. Louis, 111.

Finney, Mary Shackelford 4028 Morgan st.

Forbes, Clara Belle 3625 Delmar av.

Gast, Serena Mayer 68 Vandeventer pi.

Gibson, Helen Francos 2217 Wash st.

Gibson, Louise Katheriue 8439 Chestnut st.

Goodf elk) w, Henry Burd 8817 Delmar av.



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NAMES. RKSIDBNCE.

Gottschalk, Florence Susan 0700 Marraaduke av.

Grayson, William ^ Jr . . 1115 S. Grand av.

Greenslelder, Albert Preston .... / Central, St. Louis
' I Co., Mo.

Hammond, Edith 4168 Westminster pi.

Haskins, Sallie Corbitt S662 Delraar av.

Flazard, Grace Kirk wood, Mo.

Hodgen, Ella Hart 1023 Thornby pi.

Holden^ Edward Chauvenet .... 2703 Lucas av.
Hospes, Cecilia Lizzette, A. B., 1896 . 3001 Lafayette av.

llospes, Theresa Bertha Old Orchard, Mo.

Jio^ Marmoru Tokio, Japan.

Johnson, Nellie B 3863 Washington av.

Lachmund, Alice 2727 Russell av.

Levy, Hilda 4452 Washington av.

McGann, Peter Joseph ...... 613 S. Broadway.

Joseph Francis McMullen Mo. Botanical Garden

Methudy, Adolph Edward 1800 Waverly pi.



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