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Executive Committee: Mr. T. F. Chaplin, Mr. Rhodks E.
Cave, Mr. William D. Hudson.

law department.

President: Mr. Arthur E. Kammerer.

First Vice-President: Mr. Jeptiia D. Howe.

Second Vice-President: Mr. William F. Woernkr.

Secretary: Mr. Xenopiion P. Wilkley.

Treasurer: Mr. Henry W. Ober.sciielp.

Executive Committee: Mr. William E. O'Brien. Mr. J.
Hugo Grimm, Judge Seldkn P. Spencer.

MEDICAL department.

President: Dr. Albert E. Taussig.
Vice-President : Dr. Louis H. Behrens.
Corresponding Secretary: Dr. John Green, Jr.
Recording Secretary: Dr. R. J. Terry.
Treasurer: Dr. Phil. Hoffman.

Executive Committee: Dr. J. W. Charles, Dr. John
Zahorsky, Dr. H. W. Sopkr.

dental department.
President: Dr. J. G. Harper.
Vice-President: Dr. O. H. Manhard.
Secretary: Dr. J. B. Kimurough.
Treasurer: Dr. C. E. Sihumacher.

Executive Committee: Dr. C. E. S(!humacher, Dr. A. H.
Fuller, Dr. T. L. Poepperlinmj.

OFFICERS OF THE ALUMNAE ASSOCIATION.

undergraduate department.
President: Miss Lillie R. Ernst.
Vice-Proeident: Miss Mary S. Ittner.
Secretary and Treasurer: Miss Susan E. Chaplin.



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GENERAL INDEX.



PJLOB.
ADMISSION TO

College 50

iSohool of Kngineering .... 56

Law School 124

Medical School 146

Dental College .170

BoTANT, The Uenky Shaw

School of TJ

Advisory Committee .... 80

Instructors 80

Information 81

Special Classes 84

Calendar of thb

University 3

^School of Fine Arts HH

Law School Ill

Medical Department . . . .134

Dental College 161

College, The so

Removal to New Site . . . . 22

Additions to Endowment Fund 23

Courses of Study 82

Students 26

Admission 50

Testimonials Required ... 50

Division of Examinations . . 50
Requirements for Admission

to the Freshman Class ... 51

Special Students 52

l*rescribed Studies for the

Freshman Year 5.H

Prescribed Studies for the

Sophomore Year 54

('hoioo of Stmlics 54

Examinations 73

Degrees ......... 74

Tuition Fees 77

Constitution of the Univek-

srrr 15

Corporation' 5



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Degree of
Bachelor of Arts, Require-
ments for 54

Bachelor of Science, Require-
ments for 74

Doctor of Medicine, Require-
ments for I4y

Doctor of Dental Medicine.

Requirements for 175

Degrees, advanced .... 75
Departments of Washington

I'NIVERSITr VJ

Endowment i7

Expenses of Students . . . 7h

gtmnasium, the 71

History of the University . 15
Lecture Foundations . . . 70
Library and Reading Room . 7i
Medical Department of
Washington University 133

Calendar 134

Board of Overseers 135

Faculty 135

Instructors 135

Information 139

' Course of Study ..'.... 143

Admission 146

Advancement to Next Y'ear's

Work 147

Admission to Advanced Stand-
ing 148

Double Degree in Medicine and

Dentistry 149

(Graduate Courses 149

Degree of Doctor of Medicine . 149

Tuition Fees 150

Scholarships 151

Prizes 151

Students 153

Hospital Appointments ... 160



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WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY.



PAGK.

Missouri Dkntal College . . 161

Calendar 162

Board of Overseers 163

Faculty 163

Demonstrators ....... 164

Instructors, Clinical .... 165

Graduates 166

Students 166

Itequirenients for Admission . 170

Lectures 171

Course of Study 172

Infirmary 173

Dental Technics 174

Operative Technics 174

Prizes 175

Requirements for the Degree
of Doctor of Dental Medicine 175

Tuition Fees 176

Text-books 177

OFFICERS OF THE ALUMNI ASSO-
CIATIONS 179

St. Louis Law school . . . .in

(-alendar 112

Faculty 113

Advisory and KxamininK

lioard 115

Committee on Examinations . 117

Honors 118

Students 119

History 124

Endowment and Edifice . . . 124

Admission 124

Course of Study 126

(graduation 127

Moot Court 128

Fees an<l Expenses 128

Scholarships and l*rizes . . .129

St. Louis school of Fine Arts

Calendar . . . , SH

Hoard of Control W)



Paok.

Instructors »)

Information 92

Tuition Fees Wi

Programme ys

Course of Instruction .... 98

Lectures 97

Collections '. . . 106

Prizes 104

Museum of Fine Arts . . . . 106

Students 107

School OP ENGINEERING, The . 55
Removal to New Site .... 22
Additions to Endowment Fund 23

Students 26

Requirements for Admission . 55
Divisions of Examinations . . 55
Requirements for Admission to

the Freshman Class .... 56
Course of Study in Civil En-
gineering .59

Course of Study in Mechanical

Engineering flo

Course of Study in Electrical

Engineering 61

Course in Chemistry .... 62
(seneral Course in Science and

Literature 62

Course in Architecture ... 63

Examinations 73

Degrees 74

Advanced Degrees 75

Tuition Fees 77

Studies, Choice of 54

Summary of ciRADUATEs ... 17^
Undergraduate Department
Courses of Instruction ... 32
Officers of Government and

Instruction 6

Removal to New Site .... 22
Scholarships 72



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UNIVERSITY CALENDAR.

1901-1902.

Entrancr Examination to the Undergraduate Department,
Tuesday and Wednesday^ September 24-25, 1901.

Entrancb Examination to the Law School, Tuesday, Septem-
ber 24.

Entkancb Examination to the Medical College, Tuesday and
Wednesday, September 24-25.

Entraxck Examination to the Dental College, Tuesday and
Wednesday, September 24-25.

School of Fink Arts opens Monday, September 23.

Undbrqraduatk Dbpartmknt opens Thursday, September 2(}.

Law School opens Thursday, September 26.

Mbdical Collbob opens Thursday, September 20.

Dbntal Collbob opens Thursday, September BG.

Holiday, Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 28.

Vacation, December 23, 1901, to January 1, 1902, inclusive.

First Tbrm ends Saturday, February l.

Srcond Tbrm begins Monday, February 3.

UoLiDAY, Washington's Birthday, Saturday, February 22.

Holiday, Good Friday, March 28.

Medical Collbob closes Friday, April 18.

Dental College closes Thursday, April 24.

Commencement, Medical and Dental Colleges', Thursday^
April 24.

University Holiday, Friday, May 9.

Exhibition of Work of School of Fine Arts, June 11-13.

Entrance Examination to the Undergraduate Department,
Monday and Tuesday, June 16-17.

Commencement, Law School and Undergraduate Department,
Thursday, June 19.

Vacation, June 20 to September 25.



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WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY.



1902-1903.



Entrancb Examination to the Undergraduate Department^
Tuesday and Wednesday, September 28-24, 1901.

Entkancr Examination to the Law School, Tuesday, Septem-
ber 23.

Entrance Examination to the Medical College, Tuesday and
Wednesday, September 23-24.

Entrance Examination to the Dental College, Tuesday and
Wednesday, September 23-24.

School of Fine Arts opens Monday, September 22.

Undrrqraduatb Department opens Thursday, September 25.

Law School opens Thursday, September 26.

Medical College opens Thursday, September 25.

Dental College opens Thursday, September 25.

Holiday, Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 27.

Vacation, December 24, 1902, to January 8, 1908, inclusive.

First Term ends Saturday, January 81.

Second Term begins Monday, February 2.



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CORPORATION.

PRESIDENT:

ROBERT S. BROOKINGS.

FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT:

•HENRY HITCHCOCK.

SECOND VICE-PRESIDENT:

ISAAC W. MORTON.

secretary:
GEORGE M. BARTLETT.

treasurer :

WINFIELD S. CHAPLIN.

Office ill University Building, 1704 Washington Avenue.

DIRECTORS :

HENRY HITCHCOCK 54 Vandeveuter pi.

HENRY W. ELIOT 2635 Locust st.

EDWIN HARRISON 3747 Westminster pi.

SAMUEL CUPPLES 3673 West Pine boul.

ROBERT S. BROOKINGS .... 5125 Lindell av.

CHARLES NAGEL 3969 Wasliington Ijoul.

GEORGE O. CARPENTER .... Russell & Compton avs.
ISAAC H. LIONBERGER .... 3630 Delmar boul.
ALFRED L. SHAPLEIGH .... 3636 Delmar boul.

ISAAC W. MORTON 49 Vandeventer pi.

ADOLPHUS BUSCH 1 Busch place.

DAVID R. FRANCIS 4421 Maryland av.

WILLIAM E. GUY 4380 Westminster pi.



* Died March 18, 1902.



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OFFICERS

OF

GOVERNMENT AND INSTRUCTION.

WINFIELD S. CHAPLIN, A.M.,LL.D.,
Chancellor 3636 West Pine boal.

UNDERGRADUATE DEPARTMENT.

CALVIN M. WOODWARD, A.B.,Ph.D.,
Thayer Professor of Mathematics and
Applied Mechanics and Dean of the
Engineering School 3013 Hawthorne boal.

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

MARSHALL S. SNOW, A.M., Professor
of History, and Dean of the College . 52l> N. Spring av.

FRANCIS E. NIPHER, A.M., Wayman
Crow Professor of Physics .... 1220 Hamilton av.

Professor of

Mathematics and Astronomy . . .

WILLIAM TRELEASE, S.D., Engel-
mann Professor of Botany .... Mo. Botanical Garden.

OTTO HELLER, Ph.D., Professor of
tiie German Language and Literature 4474 McPhersou av.

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

EDWARD H. KEISER, Ph.D., Eliot
Professor of Chemistry 619 N. Spring av.

JOHN LANE VAN ORNUM, C.E., Will-
iam Palm Professor of Civil Engineer-
ing 4269 Delmar boul.



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OFFICERS OF GOVERNMENT AND INSTRUCTION.

FREDERICK A. HALL, A.M.,Lit.D.,
Professor of Greek 531 N. Spring av.

FREDERICK W. SHIPLEY, A.B.,
Ph.D., Professor of Latin .... 3940 Delmar av.

ALEXANDER S. CHESSIN, A.M.,
C.E.,Ph.D., Professor of Mathe-
matics 4469 West Belle pi.

ARTHUR O. LOVEJOY, A.M., Pro-
fessor of Philosophy 3620 Washington bool.

Professor of

Zoology

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

GASTON DOUAY, Assistant Professor
of the French Language and Litera-
ture 5362 Maple av.

HARVEY C. GRUMBINE, Ph.D., As-
sistant Professor of English . . . 4155a West Belle pi.

ALEXANDER S. LANGSDORF, B.S.,
M.M.E., Assistant Prof essor of Elec-
trical Engineering 3133 Laclede av. '

HOLMES SMITH, Instructor in Draw-
ing 2660 Washington av.

HERMANN VON SCHRENK, A.M.,
Ph.D., Instructor in Botany ... 48 Nicholson pi.

GELLERT ALLEMAN, B.S.,Ph.D.,
Instructor in Chemistr^r .... 5362 Maple av.

SAMUEL MONDS COULTER, A.M.,
Instructor in Botany 3924 Botanical av.

AMBROSE P. WINSTON, Ph.D.,
Instructor in Economics .... 3424 Lucas av.

LYMAN F. MOREHOUSE, B.S., In-
structor in Physics 4063 Delmar av.

JOHN J. LICHTER, D.E., Instructor
in Astronomy 6305 Virginia av.



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WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY.



ST. LOUIS SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS.

HALSEYC. IVES, Director, Lecturer
OD the Historical DevelopmeDt of
Art 3731 Westminster pi.

ROBERT P. BRINGHURST, In-
structor in Modeling and Sculpture 1820 Locust st.

CHARLES WARD RHODES, In-
structor in Perspective, Shades and
Shadows 3883 Washington av.

EDMUND H. WUERPEL, Instructor
in Drawing and Painting from Life,
and Composition 8500 Henrietta st.

CHARLES P. DAVIS, Instructor in
the Antique 3500 Henrietta st.

HENRIETTA ORD JONES, Instructor
in Ceramic Painting Hotel Berlin.

FREDERICK L. STODDARD, In-
structor in Design, Applied Art and
Water Color Webster Groves.

SUSAN D'ARCY, Librarian .... 5884 Bartraer av.

GRACE HAZARD, Instructor in Satur-
day Classes Kirkwood, Mo.

EMILY S. HUTCHINGS, Instructor
in Drawing 3928 Shenandoah av.

RICHARD E. MILLER, Instructor in
Drawing 4042 Connecticut av.

OSCAR W. RAEDER, Instructor in
Drawing 2227 Warren av.

ST. LOUIS LAW SCHOOL.

WILLIAM S. CURTIS, A.B.,LL.B.,

Dean 2140 Lafayette av.

AMOS M. THAYER, LL.D. (U. S. Cir-

cuit Judge), Professor of Equity and

Real Property Law 3638 West Pine boul.



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OFFICERS OF GOVERNMENT AND INSTRUCTION.

CHARLES NAGEL, LL.B., Professor
of the Law of Contracts and Com-
mercial Law 3969 Washington boul.

GUSTAVUS A. FINKELNBURG, Lec-
turer on International Law ... 1843 Kennett pi.

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

PENDLETON TAYLOR BRYAN,
LL.B., Lecturer on the Law of
Torts and Negligence 4346 McPherson av.

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

FREDERICK N. JUDSON, A.M.,
LL.B., Lecturer on Comparative
Jurisprudence 3733 Washington boul.

ISAAC H. LIONBERGER, A.M., Lec-
turer on Corporations, Statutes of
Limitations and Statutes of Fraud . 3630 Delmar boul.

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

PAUL F. COSTE, A.B.,LL.B, Lee-
turer on Bills and Notes .... 44 Nicholson pi.

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

EDWARD S. ROBERT, LL.B., Lec-
turer on Evidence 3224 Washington av.

JAMES P. MAGINN, LL.B., Lecturer
on Administration 5588 Bartmer av.

HENRY T. KENT, LL.B., Lecturer on
Jurisdiction of Federal Courts . . 809 N. Grand av.

DANIEL N. KIRBY, A.B., LL.B., Lec-
turer on Agency 4205 W. Belle pi.

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.

J. B. JOHNSON, M.D., Professor Em-
eritus of the Principles and Practice
of Medicine 4244 Washington boul.



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P.GERVAIS R0BIN80N,M.D.,LL.D.,,
Professor Emerltas of the Principles
and Practice of Medicine .... 3665 Laclede av.

J. K. BAUDUY, M.D.jLLD., Professor
Emeritus of Psychological Medicine
and Diseases of the Nervous Sys-
tem 2808 Olive st.

ELISHA H. GREGORY, M.D.,LLD.,
Professor of the Principles of Sur-
gery 8525 Lucas av.

G.BAUMGARTEN, M.D., Professor of
the Practice of Medicine .... 5227 Washington av.

H. TUHOLSKB, M.D., Professor of the
Practice of Surgery and Clinical Sur-
gery 2887 Locust St.

T. F. PRBWITT, M.D., Professor of
the Principles of Surgery . . . .4915 Berlin av.

W. E. FISCHBL, M.D., Professor of
Clinical Medicine 2647 Washington av.

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

JOHN P. BRY80N, M.D., Professor of
Genlto-Urinary Sargery, Treas. . . 3833 West Pine boul.

JUSTIN STEER, M.D., Professor of
Clinical Medicine 3126 Washington av.

W. A. HARDAWAY,M.D.,LL.D., Pro-
fessor of Diseases of the Skin and
Syphilis 2920 Locust st.

H. N. SPENCER, A.M.,M.D.,LL.D.,
Professor of Otology 2725 Washington av.

W. C. GLASGOW, A.B.jM.D., Pro-
fessor of Clinical Medicine and
Laryngology 2847 Washington av.



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OFFICERS OF GOYBBKMKNT AND INSTRUCTION. 11

HENRY SCHWARZ, M.D., Professor
of Obstetrics 1728 Chouteau av.

PAUL Y. TUPPEB, M.D., Professor
of Applied Anatomy and Operative
Surgery 4236 Delmar bonl.

E. W. SAUNDERS, M.D., Professor
of Diseases of Children and Clinical
Midwifery 1636 S. Grand av.

N. B. CARSON, M.D., Professor of
Clinical Surgery 4377 Westminster pi.

J. B. SHAPLEIGH, M.D., Professor
of Otology, Dean , 4950 Berlin av.

SIDNEY P. BUDGETT, M.D., Pro-
fess6r of Physiology, Registrar . .4105 Washington boul.

W. H. WARREN, Ph.D., Professor of
Cliemistry, Secretary 5535 Von Versen av.

R. J. TERRY, M.D., Professor of Anat-
omy 2726 Washington av.

JOHN GREEN, M.D., Special Profes-
sor of Ophthalmology 2670 Washington av.

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

FRANK A. GLASGOW, M.D., Profes-
sor of Clinical Gynaecology . . . 4056 Washington boul.

HARVEY G. MUDD, M.D., Professor
of Fractures and Dislocations, and
Clinical Surgery 4144 Washington boul.

E. M. SENSENEY, M.D., Professor of
Diseases of the Throat, Nose, and
Chest 2829 Washington av.

A. J. STEELE, M.D., Professor of Or-
thopedic Surgery 2825 Washington av.

JOSEPH GRINDON, M.D., Professor
of Clinical Dermatology and Syphilis 4546 Laclede av.



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A. V. L. BROKAW, M.D., Professor
of Clinical Gynaecology 3147 Washington av.

AM AND RAVOLD, M.D., Professor of
Bacteriology and Hygiene .... 2806 Morgan st.

CHARLES NAGEL, LL.B., Professor
of MedicalJurisprudence .... 3969 Washington boul.

ELS WORTH SMITH, Jr., M.D., Cllni-
cal Professor of Medicine . . . . 4600 Maryland av.

D. C. GAMBLE, M.D., Clinical Pro-
fessor of Diseases of the Ear . . . 5961 Plymouth av.

H. M. WHELPLEY, Ph.G.,M.D., Pro-
fessor of Materia Medica and Phar-
macy . ' 2342 Albion pi.

H. S. CROSSBN, M.D., Clinical Pro-
fessor of Gynecology ..... 4055 Olive st.

CHARLES H. DIXON, M.D., Clinical
Lecturer on Surgery 3345 Morgan st.

HENRY WOLFNER, M.D., Clinical
Lecturer on Diseases of the Eye . 4563 Forest Park boul.

GREENFIELD 8LUDER, M.D., Clin-
ical Lecturer on Diseases of the
Nose, Throat and Chest . . . .2912 Pine st.

EDWIN C. BURNETT, M.D., Clinical
Lecturer on Syphilis University Club.

VILRAYP. BLAIR, M.D., Lecturer on
Descriptive Anatomy Hotel Berlin.

A. E. EWING, M.D., Clinical Lecturer
on Diseases of the Eye 6024 West Cabanne pi.

LOUIS H. BEHRENS, M.D., Clinical

Lecturer on Diseases of the Chest . 3607a Olive st.

ALBERT E. TAUSSIG, M.D., Clin-
ical lecturer on Medicine . . . . 2318 Lafayette av.

HENRY C. HARTMAN, M.D., Clin-
ical l/ccturer on Orthopedic Sur-
gery 1301 St. Ange av.



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0FFICBB8 OF GOYBBNMENT AND INSTRUCTION. 13

B. C. BUNGE, M.D., Lecturer on
Mental Diseases City Insane Asylum.

GIVEN CAMPBELL, Jit., M.D., Clin-
ical Lecturer on Diseases of the
Nervous System 3429 Morgan st.

GEORGE M. TUTTLE, M.D., Lec-
turer on Therapeutics 3509 Morgan st.

WILLIS HALL, M.D., Clinical lec-
turer on Venereal Diseases of
Women 5219 Delmar av.

JOHN ZAHORSKY, M.D., Clinical
Lecturer on Diseases of Children . 1635 S. Grand av.

H. A. GEITZ, M.D , Instructor in
Minor Surgery and Bandaging . . 2942 Washington av.

PHIL. HOFFMANN, M.D., Clinical
Lecturer on Orthopedic Surgery . 705 N. Channing av.

HENRY S. BROOKES, M.D., Clinical
Lecturer on Medicine 3557 Lafayette av.

JESSE 8. MYER, M.D., Instructor in
Clinical Chemistry and Microscopy . Hotel Berlin.

WILLARD BARTLETT, M.D., Dem-
onstrator of Surgical Pathology . 38G5 Delmar boul.

A. D. GHISELIN, M.D., Instructor in
Anatomy Webster Groves.

MISSOURI DENTAL COLLEGE.

ELISHA U. GREGORY, M.D.,LL.D.,

Professor of the Principles and

Practice of Surgery 3525 Lucas av.

ALBERT H. FULLER, M.D.,D.D.S.,

Emeritus Professor of Operative

Dentistry Columbia bldg.



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14 WASHINGTON UNIYBBSITT.

OBION W. BEDELL, M.D.,D.M.D.,
Professor of Dental Pathology . . 1909 Lafayette av.

SIDNEY P. BUDGETT, M.D., Pro-
fessor of Physiology and Histology 4105 Washington boul.

NORMAN B. CARSON, M.D., Pro-
fessor of Oral and Clinical Surgery 8600 Olive st.

ROBERT J. TERRY, M.D., Profes-
sor of Descriptive Anatomy . . . 2726 Washington av.

WILLIAM H. WARREN, A.M.,Ph.D.,
Professor of Chemistry .... 5585 Washington av.

JOHN H. KENNERLY, M.D.,D.D.S.,
Dean, Professor of Crown and
Bridge Worit 1814 Locust st.

HERMAN H. PRINZ, B.8.,Ph.G.,
D.D.S.,M.D., Professor of Dental
Medicine, Metallurgy and Bacteri-
ology 2009 8. Broadway.

WALTER M. BARTLETT, D.D.S.,
Professor of Prosthetic Dentistry . 3894 Wa'shington av.

BENNO E. LISCHER, D.M.D., Pro-
fessor of Orthodontia and Dental
Anatomy Columbia bldg.

HENRY M. WHELPLEY, Ph.Q.,M.D.,
Professor of Materia Medics and
Pharmacy 2342 Albion pi.

GEORGE A. McMILLEN, D.D.S.,
Professor of Operative Dentistry . Alton, 111.

C. A. SNODGRASS, Lecturer on His-
tology 1814 Locust St.

WILLARD BARTLETT, A.M.,M.D.,
Lecturer on Oral Surgery .... 3894 Washington av.

RICHARD T. BROWNRIG, B.S.,
Professor of Dental Jurisprudence 721 Olive st.



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HERMAN F. CASSELL, D.M.D.,
Demonstrator of Prosthetic Den-
tistry 2602 Locust 8t.

JOHN K. PENDLETON, D.D.8., Dem-
onstrator of Operative Dentistry . 1814 Locust st.

BLAND NIXON PIPPIN, D.M.D.,
Demonstrator of Prosthetic Den-
tistry 1814 Locust St.

W. G. TELL, D.D.S., Demonstrator
of Operative Dentistry Century bidg.



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NECROLOGY.

GEORGE E. LEIGHTON :

Elected member of the Board of Directors, December 15,

1871.
President of the Board from June 1, 1887, to November 7,

1895.
Died, July 4, 1901.
JAMES E. YE ATM AN:

Elected member of the Board of Directors, December 1,

1862.
Died, July 7, 1901.
GEORGE A. MADILL:

Elected member of the Board of Directors, July 23, 1885.
Died, December 11, 1901.
WILLIAM L. HUSE:

Elected member of the Board of Directors, March 29, 1887.
Died, December 23, 1901.
HENRY HITCHCOCK:

Elected member of tlie Board of Directors, January 13,

1859.
Vice-President of the Board from December 9, 1887, until

his death.
Died, March 18, 1902.
JOHN FISKE:

Appomted University Professor of American History, 1884.
Died, July 4, 1901.
SYLVESTER WATERHOUSE:

Appointed Instructor in 1857; University Professor of
Greek, 1864; Collier Professor of Greelc, 1868; Retii-ed
as Emeritus Professor of Greek, June, 1901.
Died, February 12, 1902.



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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 prepara-
tion 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 whatsoever. This article shall
be understood as the fundamental condition on which all
endowments, of whatsoever kind, are received." The



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