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1893. C. A. BABCOCK, A.M.,'71, LL.B., '83, Hamilton Coll.

1883. Superintendent of Schools, 313 Petroleum St., Oil City.
M. G. BRUMBAUGH, A.M., '93, Ph.D., '94, Univ. of Pa.
1893. President of Juniata College, and (1894) Professor of Pedagogy, University of

Pennsylvania, 311 S. 40th St., Philadelphia.
JAMES A. DEWEY, M.E., '84, State Nor. Sch., Mansfield,

1890. Superintendent of Schools, Newport Township, Wanamie.
LOYAL FREEMAN HALL, M.E.D., '91, State Nor. Sch., Indiana, Pa.

Principal of McKean St. and Springdale School, 125 Lincoln Ave., Butler.
WILLIAM HENRY SAMUEL, Ph.D., '92, Univ. of Pa.

1878. Supervising Principal of Public Schools, 2505 N. 12th St., Philadelphia.
ANDREW THOMAS SMITH, Pd.D., '93, School of Pedagogy, Univ. of N. Y.

1899. Principal of State Normal School, Mansfield. PAULINE W. SPENCER.

1893. Teacher of Literature, Girls' Normal School, 3421 Race St., Philadelphia. 1894. FRANKLIN B. SAWVEL, A.M., Hopedale Coll. ; Ph.D., '86, Wittenberg Coll.

1890. Professor of English Literature and Philosophy, Thiel College, Greenville.
HENRY T. SPANGLER, A.B., '73, A.M., '76, Ursinus Coll.; D.D., '94, Heidelberg Univ., O.

1893. President Ursinus College, Collegeville.
CHARLES K. WITMER, A.B., '88, A.M., '91, Franklin and Marshall Coll.

1893. Principal of High School, United States Hotel, Lebanon. 1895. ARTHUR DANA COLEGROVE, A.M., '84, Allegheny Coll.

1883. Superintendent of City Schools, 73 Euclid St., Corry. W. G. GANS.

1898. Principal of Union High School, Turtle Creek; East Pittsburgh. JAMES MAC ALISTER, A.M., LL.D., Brown Univ.; LL.B., Univ. of N. Y.; Officier d'Académie, Paris.

1890. President of Drexel Institute, Philadelphia.
Mrs. Mary E, MUMFORD.

Member of Philadelphia Board of Education, 1401 N. 17th St., Philadelphia.
Rt. Rev. J. W. SHANAHAN, D.D.

Bishop of Harrisburg, Harrisburg.
SYDNEY T. SKIDMORE, A.M., '85, Amherst Coll.

1893. Professor of Natural Sciences, Normal School, 1706 N. 18th St., Philadelphia. H. M. TRASK.

Manager for Silver, Burdett & Co., 1328 Arch St., Philadelphia. 1896. J. George Becht, M.Sc., Lafayette Coll.

1893. Superintendent of Schools, Lycoming County, Muncy. R. M, CARGO.

1868. Principal of Mt. Washington School, 127 Sycamore St., Pittsburgh. WATSON CORNELL, Ph.D., '97, Univ. of Pa.

Supervising Principal of Logan Grammar School, 1725 N. 16th St., Philadelphia, L.O, Foose, A.M., '78, Penn. Coll., Gettysburg.

1879. Superintendent of City Schools, 121 Chestnut St., Harrisburg. JOHN ARTHUR GIBSON, A.B., '91, Allegheny Coll.

1896. Superintendent of Schools, 418 N. McKean St., Butler,
GEORGE HOWELL.

Superintendent of Schools, 175 Bromley Ave., Scranton.
W, L. MacGowan, A.B., Allegheny Coll.; Ph. B. and Ph.M.

1890. Superintendent of Schools; office, East St. Building, Warren,
C. B. McCABE.

Principal of North Braddock Borough Schools, 1019 Halkett St., Braddock.
S. R. McClure, A.M., '94, Ph.D., '97, Grove City Coll.

1893. Principal of High School, 616 Jones Ave., North Braddock.
THEODORE B. Noss, A.M., '82, Ph.D., '83, Syracuse Univ.

1883. Principal of State Normal School, California. EMMA G. OLMSTEAD.

1899. Principal of Training School, Scranton.
W. RIDDLE,

Educational Author, 1314 N. Line St., Lancaster,
JUDSON PERRY WELSH, A.M., '84, Ph.D., '93, Lafayette Coll., Easton, Pa.

1890. Principal of State Normal School, Bloomsburg.
MARGARET CATHARINE ZILLAFRO, M.E.D., State Nor. Sch., Edinboro.

1893. Primary Teacher, 4th Ward Schools, 2 Jackson Ave., Bradford. 1897. Francis BURKE BRANDT, A.B., '92, Harvard; Ph.D., '95, Columbia.

1896. Professor of Pedagogy, Central High School, 1637 S. 15th St., Philadelphia.
C. E. EHINGER, M.D.

Physical Director of State Normal School, 15 Normal Ave., West Chester.
The FREE LIBRARY OF PHILADELPHIA.

Librarian, John Thomson, 1217-1221 Chestnut St., Philadelphia.
MARY S. GARRETT.
1893. Principal of Home for the Training in Speech of Deaf Children before they are of

School Age, Belmont and Monument Aves., Philadelphia.
M. A. GROVE.

1897. Department of Commerce, 918 N. 6th St., Harrisburg.
HENRY HOUCK.

Deputy State Superintendent, Harrisburg.
N. P. McNelis.

Inspector of Parochial Schools, St. Bernard's Church, Indiana.
ELI M. RAPP.

Superintendent of Berks County Schools, 115 N. 4th St., Hamburg.
STATE NORMAL SCHOOL AT MILLERSVILLE,

Principal, E. Oram Lyte, Millersville.
STATE NORMAL SCHOOL LIBRARY, MANSFIELD.

Principal, Andrew Thomas Smith, Mansfield.
1898. D. H. BERGEY, B.Sc., '84, M.D., '84, Univ. of Pa.; A.M., '94, III. Wes. Univ,

1895. First Assistant, Laboratory of Hygiene, University of Pennsylvania, 34th and Locust

Sts., Philadelphia.

Rhode Island]

PENNSYLVANIA -- Continued 1898. ANNA BODLER, M.Sc., '95, Mansfield, Pa., State Nor. Sch.

Germania.
A. J. Davis, A.M., LL.D.

1888. Principal of State Normal School, Clarion.
FRANKLIN SPENCER EDMONDS, Ph.B., '93, Univ. of Pa.

Assistant Professor of Political Science, Central High School, 1753 N. 33d St.,

Philadelphia.
Maurice Fels, A.B., '83, Johns Hopkins Univ.; LL.B,, '85, Univ. of Pa.

1312 Franklin St., Philadelphia.
J. R. FLICKINGER, A.B., '77, A.M., '80, Princeton.

1896. Principal of State Normal School, Edinboro.
H. W. GOLDEN, B.Didac., '90, M. Didac.,'92, Edinboro State Normal.

1897. Principal of 5th Ward Public Schools, Allegheny City; 8 Dawson Ave., Bellevue.
SAMUEL HAMILTON, A.M., Grove City Coll.

County Superintendent of County Schools, Braddock.
KEYSTONE LITERARY SOCIETY OF THE KEYSTONE STATE NORMAL SCHOOL.

Kutztown.
JOHN W. LANSINGER,

State Normal School, Millersville.
William A. MASON.

1892. Director of Drawing in Schools of Philadelphia, 212 W. Chelton Ave., Germantown, Jesse H. Michener, Ph.D., Univ. of Pa.

Principal of Grammar School, 4512 Regent St., Philadelphia.
REY, EUGENE MURPHY.

Director of St. John the Baptist Parochial School, 146 Rector St., Manayunk,

Philadelphia.
MARY CRAIG PEACOCK,

1894. Teacher in Normal School, Torresdale, Philadelphia.
PHILOMATHEAN LITERARY SOCIETY, KEYSTONE STATE NORMAL SCHOOL.

Kutztown.
R. H. PRATT, Major of ist Cavalry, U, S. A.; LL.D., '98, Dickinson Coll.

Superintendent of Indian Industrial School, Carlisle.
MARGARET S. PRICHARD.

Head of Department of Psychology, Normal School, Philadelphia.
ELIZABETH S, TAIT.

Teacher in Normal School, 342 S. 18th St., Philadelphia.
UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA, LIBRARY.

Librarian, Morris Jastrow, Jr., Philadelphia,
EDWARD WELDON.

1898. Member of Board of Education, 117 Church St., Bethlehem.
LIGHTNER WITMER, Ph.D., '91, Leipzig, Germany.

1893. · Professor of Psychology, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. 1899. EDWARD E. ALLEN, A.B., '84, Harvard.

1890. State Institution for the Instruction of the Blind, Overbrook,
BRYN MAWR COLLEGE,

President, Miss M. Carey Thomas; Librarian, Isabel Ely Lord, Bryn Mawr.
CARNEGIE LIBRARY OF PITTSBURGH.

Librarian, E. H. Anderson, Schenley Park, Pittsburgh.
GEORGE D. GIDEON.

Publisher, 17 N. 7th St., Philadelphia,
BENJAMIN WIESTLING MITCHELL, A.B.,'83, A.M., '86, Princeton ; Ph.D., '88, Washington-Jefferson.
1897. Professor of Latin and Head of Department of Ancient and Modern Languages,

Central High School, 4326 Pine St., Philadelphia.
HENRY C, PEARSON, A.B., '92, Harvard.

Principal of the Allegheny Preparatory School, 820 Lincoln Ave., Allegheny.
JAMES H. PENNIMAN, A.B., '84, Yale.

1886. De Lancey School, 4326 Sansom St., Philadelphia.
JOSEPH R. SMITH, Colonel U. S. A.; M.D., Univ. of Buffalo; A.M., Univ. of Mich.

2300 De Lancey St., Philadelphia.
STATE NORMAL SCHOOL.

Principal, Theodore B. Noss, California,
SCRANTON PUBLIC LIBRARY.

Librarian, Henry J. Carr, Scranton.
M. B. WICKS,

1872. Teacher in Eastburn Academy, 700 N. Broad St., Philadelphia.
MRS, L, L. W. Wilson, Ph.D., '97, Univ. of Pa.

1893. Head of Department of Biology, Normal School, 640 N. 32d St., Philadelphia.

RHODE ISLAND

LIFE DIRECTOR 1882. Thomas W, BICKNELL, A.M., '60, Brown Univ.; '78, Amherst Coll.; LL.D., '84, Drury Coll.

719-721 Industrial Trust Building, Providence.

ACTIVE MEMBERS 1891. THOMAS B. STOCKWELL, A.M., '65, Brown Univ.

1875. Commissioner of Public Schools, Box 1432, Providence. Horace S. TARBELL, A.M., '62, Wesleyan Univ.; LL.D., '96, Brown Univ.

1884. Superintendent of Schools, 169 Power St., Providence. 1892. BENJAMIN BAKER, A.M., '78, Brown Univ.

1890. Superintendent of Schools, to Mt. Vernon Court, Newport. GEORGE E. CHURCH, A.B., '72, A.M, '78, Amherst Coll.

1889. Principal of Peace Street Grammar School, 37 Adelaide St., Providence,

RHODE ISLAND- Continued 1894. WALTER BALLOU JACOBS, A.M., '85, Brown Univ.

1895. Associate Professor of Pedagogy,"Brown University, 310 Olney St., Providence. ABBY L. MARLATT, B.Sc., '88, M.Sc., '90, State Agri. Coll., Kan. 1894. Teacher of Domestic Science, Manual Training High School, 261 Benefit Si.,

Providence.
1896. VICTOR FRAZEE, A.B., '89 Dalhousie Coll.,

Halifax, N. S.
1893. Teacher in Hope Street High School, 109 Halsey St., Providence.
HENRY DWIGHT Hervey, A.B., '89, A.M., '96, Denison Univ., Granville, O.

1898. Superintendent of Schools, 80 Lyon St., Pawtucket.
ELLEN LE GARDE.

1893. Physical Director of Schools, 10 Mawney St., Providence. MRS. ELLA M. Pierce.

1891. Supervisor of Primary Schools, 19 Lester St., Providence.
BESSIE M, SCHOLFIELD,

Supervisor of Primary Work in Public Schools, 190 Knight St., Providence,
W. R. WHITTLE, A.B., '83, A.M., '88, Colby Univ.

1891. Principal of Schools, 56 Elm St., Westerly. 1897. RHODE ISLAND NORMAL SCHOOL.

Principal, Fred Gowing, Providence. 1898. David WEBSTER HOYT, A.M., '72, Brown; '61, Middlebury:

1864. Principal of English High School, 36 Humboldt Ave., Providence. 1899. SARAH DYER BARNES.

Supervisor of Grammar Schools, Providence; res., Manton.
HARRIS INSTITUTE LIBRARY.

Librarian, Anna H. Ward, Woonsocket.

SOUTH CAROLINA

LIFE MEMBER

1891. Martha Schofield.

1868. Founder of Schofield Normal and Industrial School for Colored Youth, Aiken.

ACTIVE MEMBERS

1895. WINTHROP NORMAL AND INDUSTRIAL COLLEGE.

President, D. B. Johnston, Rock Hill. 1896. E. S. DREHER, A.M., '93, Roanoke Coll., Salem, Va.

1895. Superintendent of Schools, Columbia. W. H. HAND.

1893. Superintendent of City Schools, Chester. 1897. C. A. GRAESER, A.M., Charleston Coll.

1898. Professor of Modern Languages, High School, Charleston. 1898. J. FRANK FOOSHE, A.M., '93. Wofford Coll., Spartanburg.

1898. Assistant Principal, Mt. Zion Institute, Winnsboro. JOHN S. Marquis, A.B., '76, A.M., '93, Lafayette Coll., Easton, Pa.

1892. Principal of Brainerd Institute, Box 235, Chester, 1899. A. P. MONTAGUE, A.M., LL.D.

President of Furman University, Greenville.
F.Q. O'Neill.

Trustee of College of Charleston, Charleston.
W. K. TATE, A.B., '92, Univ. of Nashville.

1898. Principal of Memminger Normal School, 81 Vanderhorst St., Charleston.
W. B. WILSON.

Charleston.
F. C. WOODWARD, A.M., Lit.D.

President of South Carolina College, Columbia.

SOUTH DAKOTA

ACTIVE MEMBERS 1875. FAYETTE L. COOK.

President of South Dakota State Normal School, Spearfish. 1890. William H. H. BEADLE, A.B., '61, A.M., '64, LL.B., '67, Univ. of Mich.

1889. President of State Normal School, Madison. 1893. A. WELLINGTON NORTON, A.B., '73, A. M., '76, Rochester Univ.

1899. President of Sioux Falls College, Sioux Falls. 1894. MATTIE Jones,

1896. Teacher in Indian Industrial School, Flandreau. KATE TAUBMAN, B.Didac., Iowa State Nor, Sch.

1895. Principal of High School, 308 Nicollette St., Aberdeen. 1895. FRANK CRANE, A.M., Gale Coll.

Watertown.
Anna B. HERRIG, Grad., Oswego Normal School.

1898. Superintendent, Training Department, State Normal School, Madison.
GEORGE M. SMITH, A.B., '73, A.M., '77, Colby Univ.
1899. Professor of Modern Languages, Literature, and Pedagogy, University of South

Dakota, Vermillion.
EDMUND J. Vert, Pd.D., '94, Ph.B., '96, Ph.D., '98.

1895. Superintendent of Schools, 502 Lynn St., Yankton. 1896. A. H. AVERY.

1894. Principal of Public Schools, Woonsocker, 1897. ALEXANDER STRACHAN, A.M., '82, Univ. of Rochester.

1890. Superintendent of Schools, 71 Forest Ave., Deadwood,

SOUTH DAKOTA-Continued 1899. E. E. COLLINS.

Superintendent of Public Instruction, Vermillion. William W. GIRTON, Grad., '74, State Nor. Sch., Platteville, Wis. 1896. Professor of Civics, Geography, Geology, and Astronomy, State Normal School

1219 Egan Ave., Madison. Ida P. HATCH.

1896. Superintendent of City Schools, Pierre,

TENNESSEE

LIFE DIRECTORS

1886. William ROBERTSON GARRETT, A.M.,,'57, Williain and Mary Coll.; Ph.D., '91, Univ. of Nashville.

1895. Professor of American History, Peabody Normal College, 813 S. Summer St.,

Nashville. 1889. BOARD OF EDUCATION OF NASHVILLE.

President, J. L. Weakley; Superintendent, H. C. Weber, Nashville,

ACTIVE MEMBERS

1889. W. T. WHITE, A.B., '77, A.M.,

'93, Univ. of Tenn. 1885. Principal of Gírls' High School, 508 Broad St., Knoxville. 1892. William H. PAYNE, LL.D., Univ. of Mich.; Ph.D., Univ. of Nashville.

Chancellor of University of Nashville and President of Peabody Normal College, 16

Lindsley Ave., Nashville. 1894. A. T. BARRETT, LL.D., '81, S. W. Univ.

1891. Superintendent of City Schools, 1001 E. 9th St., Chattanooga. RICHARD JONES, A.M., '81, Iowa Coll. ; Ph.D., '93, Heidelberg, Germany,

1898. Professor of Literature, Vanderbilt University, Nashville. 1895. JOHN Braden, A.B., A.M., Ohio Wesleyan Univ.; D.D., lowa Wes. Univ. 1867. President of Central

Tennessee College, 82 Maple St., Nashville. 1896. James A. HENRY, A.B., '83, Atlanta Univ.

1886. Principal of High School, 207 Grove St., Chattanooga. 1897. James C. BLASINGAME, A.B., Univ. of Ga.

President of Holbrook Normal College, Fountain City.
J. M. GUILLIAMS, A.B., Central Nor. Coll.; A.M., '98.

1899. Vice-President of Normal University, Normal Park, Chattanooga.
J. H. McCallie, B.Sc., Grant Univ.

Superintendent of Schools, 233 Deaderick St., Knoxville.
H. C: WEBER.

1897. Superintendent of Schools, cor. Broad and Spruce Sts., Nashville. 1898. WILLIAM RILEY PAYNE.

1892. Secretary and Treasurer of Peabody Normal College; 1895, Secretary, Board of

Education, City of Nashville, 16 Lindsley Ave., Nashville. 1899. CHARLES WM. DABNEY, A.B., Hampden-Sidney, Ph.D., Göttingen.

1887. President of University of Tennessee, Knoxville. M. M. Ross.

1886. Principal of Grammar School, 523 Stevenson Ave., Nashville.

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1874. ALEXANDER HOGG, A.M., '57, Randolph-Macon Coll. ; '74, William and Mary Coll; '89, Univ. of Ala

1892. Superintendent of Schools, 303 Lamar St., Fort Worth. 1892. H. C. PRITCHETT, A.M., '78, Pritchett Institute, Glasgow, Mo.

1891. Principal of Sam. Houston Normal Institute, Huntsville. 1894. Oscar Henry COOPER, A.B., '72, Yale; A.M., LL.D., '91, Univ. of Nashville.

Carthage.
A. H. WILKINS.

Representative of American Book Co., 418 Main St., Dallas. 1895. David Shires BODENHAMER.

1885. Professor of Mathematics, Trinity University, Tehuacana. James M. CARLISLE, A.B., '98, Cumberland Univ.; A.M., '78, Emory Coll., Ga.; LL.D., '98, Univ. of Nashville.

1891. State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Austin.
J. M. FENDLEY, A.B., '82, Univ. of Nashville.
1885. County Superintendent and Principal of Avenue L School, 3202 Avenue N,

Galveston.
T. G. Harris, A.B., '76, A.M., '80, Carson Coll., Tenn.

1895. Superintendent of Schools, Austin.
H. S. PARSONS, A.B., '86, N. Ind. Nor. Sch.

1896. Vice-President of Grayson College, Whitewright. W. S. SUTTON, A.B., '78, A.M., '84, Univ, of Ark.

1897. Professor of Pedagogy, University of Texas, 1812 Congress Ave., Austin. 1896. J. L. LONG.

1893. Superintendent of Public Schools, High School, Dallas. 1897. CHARLES T. ALEXANDER.

Superintendent of Schools, 1122 Columbus St., Waco.
N. J. CLANCY, Grad., State Nor. Sch.

Superintendent of Schools, Mansfield.
C. E, FOSTER, B.Sc., E. Tex. Nor.

1898. Principal of Public Schools, Handley.

TEXAS-Continued 1898. J. K. McBride, F.I., Peabody Nor. Coll. ; A.B., '93, Univ. of Nashville.

1899. Physical Department, Burleson College, Greenville. R. E. MILLER, A.B., Nat. Nor. Univ.

1898. Principal of High School, Lafayette. UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS.

Librarian, Benjamin Wyche, Austin, 1899. ALLAN L. BURLESON, A.M., '81, Racine; B.D., '93, Kenyon,

Rector of West Texas Military Academy, San Antonio.

UTAH

ACTIVE MEMBERS 1892. ALLEN ALLENSWORTH, A.M.

1886. Superintendent of Schools, 23 Fountain Square, Fort Douglas. 1894. FRANK B. COOPER.

1899. Superintendent of City Schools, 129 B St., Salt Lake City. 1895. WILLIAM Jasper KERR, B.Sc., D.Sc.

1894. President of Brigham Young College, Logan. UNIVERSITY OF UTAH.

President, J. T. Kingsbury; Librarian, George Quincy Coray, Salt Lake City. 1896. M. ADELAIDE HOLTON.

1897. Supervisor of Primary Schools, 6 Thornton Ave., Salt Lake City. 1897. A. O. CLARK.

Principal of High School, 1259, 3d St., Salt Lake City.
Joseph M. TANNER.

President of Agricultural College, Logan. 1898. BRIGHAM YOUNG COLLEGE.

President, W. J. Kerr, Logan. 1899. J. L. Brown, B.Sc., B.Pd., '97, Univ. of Mich.

1897. Superintendent of Public Schools, Utah Co., Pleasant Grove, SUSAN G, STOKES, B.Sc., '96, Stanford Univ.

1896. Instructor in Biology, High School, Salt Lake City.

VERMONT

LIFE MEMBER

1889. EDMUND WENTWORTH WRIGHT, A.B., '66, A.M., '69, Harvard Coll.

Teachers' Examiner, Lunenburg.

ACTIVE MEMBERS

1894. Mason S. STONE, A.B., '83, Univ. of Vt.

1892.' State Superintendent of Education, Montpelier. 1898. JOHN L. ALGER, A.B., '90, A.M., '95, Brown Univ.

1895 Superintendent of Schools, 211 Washington St., Bennington. 1899. David Y, COMSTOCK, A.B., `73, A.M., '70, Amherst Coll.

Principal of St. Johnsbury Academy, 1 Main St., St. Johnsbury.

VIRGINIA

ACTIVE MEMBERS

1894. John H. BADER, A.B., '85, Washington and Lee Univ,

1893. Superintendent of Public Schools, Staunton. William F. Fox, A.M., '58, Richmond Coll.

1889. Superintendent of Schools, City Hall, Richmond, E. C. GLASS.

1893. Superintendent of Schools, 622 Madison St., Lynchburg. 1896. ALBERT H. TUTTLE, B.Sc., '68, M.Sc., '71, State Coll. of Pa.

1888. Professor of Biology, University of Virginia, 1 West Lawn, Charlottesville, 1897. CelestIA S. PARRISH, Ph.B., '96, Cornell Univ.

1893. Professor of Philosophy in Randolph Macon Woman's College, Lynchburg. GEORGE C. SHEPARD,

1899. Principal of Fairfax Hall, 112 Market St., Winchester. 1898. Bessie CRAWFORD ANDERSON.

16 S. Coulter St., Staunton.
M.M. LYNCH.

Superintendent of Schools, Winchester.
JOSEPH W. SOUTHALL.

State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Richmond. 1899. N. C. STARKE, Grad., '89, Va. Military Inst.

Principal of “The Virginia High School," Farmville.

WASHINGTON

LIFE MEMBER

1891. JOHN HULL, A.M., '76, III, Wes. Univ.

New Whatcom.

ACTIVE MEMBERS

1890. WILLIAM E. WILSON, A.M., '75, Monmouth Coll., ill.

1898. Principal of Washington State Normal School, Ellensburg.

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