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|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Computer File, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Benson John Lossing; Kenyon College.
|Notes:||Circular of Kenyon College, the affiliated Senior Grammar School, Junior Grammar School, and Theological Seminary of the Diocese of Ohio for the 1844-5 academic year. Cf. Kenyon College. Catalogue of Kenyon College, 1873, p. 17.
Wood-engravings signed: Lossing sc.
"Kenyon Grammar School. In its general features, this department is an academy or high school, designed for the accommodations of young men, who may wish, either to obtain a thorough English education, pursue a partial classical course, qualify themselves for teaching, or be prepared for admission into the Freshman class of the college. ... By order of the faculty of Kenyon College."--Page .
"Milnor Hall. Or Milnor Grammar School of Kenyon College. The spacious edifice appropriated to this depratment is situated nearly hald a mile from the college, an a beautiful eminence, which furnishes the best opportunities for healthy athletic exercises. ... Alfred Blake, Norman Badger, associate principals."--Page .
"Bexley Hall. The Theological Seminary of the Diocese of Ohio. This seminary is under the personal superintendence of the bishop, who is president of the Theological Faculty and professor of ecclesiastial polity and pastoral divinity. ... By order of the president."--Page .
|Description:||1 online resource (4 unnumbered pages).|
|Series Title:||Archive of Americana.; American broadsides and ephemera., Series 1 ;, no. 6319.|
- Kenyon College.
- Senior Grammar School (Gambier, Ohio)
- Junior Grammar School (Gambier, Ohio)
- Theological Seminary of the Diocese of Ohio.
- Universities and colleges -- Ohio -- Gambier.
- Private schools -- Ohio -- Gambier.
- Theological seminaries -- Ohio -- Gambier.
- Internet resources.