Eastburn Academy 1894-1895 Catalogue
Eastburn Academy for Young Men and Boys, (No. 700 North Broad Street), N. W. Cor. Broad Street and Fairmount Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. 1894-1895. Includes Partial Lists of Pupils Prepared in the Academy.
The School is designed to give thorough instruction in the different branches of a good English Education, to discipline the mind by a systematized course of Mathematics and the Sciences, and to offer facilities for obtaining a complete preparation in Ancient and Modern Languages for admission to any College.
Names in this online transcription include Alison, Baltz, Banes, Barrows, Baum, Brace, Brenniser, Broening, Brooks, Burr, Busch, Carr, Cludius, Cochran, Collins, Cook, Danforth, Darby, Darlington, Dippell, Eakins, Eastburn, Fell, Ferguson, Field, Fisher, Freeman, Fries, Fry, Fulmer, Graham, Grant, Griffith, Hammett, Hance, Hansell, Haring, Hensell, Herff, Hess, Hexamer, Hogg, Holly, Hunt, Ibach, Jackson, Janney, Jenkins, Johnson, Klauder, Kohn, Lancaster, Lewis, Longstreth, Lott, Lukens, Macdonald, Mahoney, McConnell, McFadden, Mendenhall, Miller, Moody, Moore, Neill, Newberry, Orem, Peddie, Pemberton, Platt, Raht, Robb, Rorer, Rowland, Sartain, Sellers, Sellheim, Seltzer, Shillingford, Shoemaker, Silliman, Smaltz, Smith, Smythe, Stevens, Stevenson, Stubblebine, Stubbs, Stulb, Swineford, Townsend, Upham, Walker, Walraven, Wellens, Whitaker, Whitman, Wicks, Williamson, Willing, Wilson, Wismer, Woodbury, Wyers.
Labels: Pennsylvania, School Records and Yearbooks
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