Catalogue of the Officers and Students of Geneva College, for the Academical Year 1883-84. WIth the Courses of Study and other information. Beaver Falls, Pa., MDCCCLXXXIV.
Geneva College, situated on an eminence overlooking Beaver Falls, with a new and elegant building, beautiful grounds, and an enlarged corps of Professors, now offers increased facilities to the attention and generous patronage of the friends of education.
The work of the Professors during the coming year will be supplemented by the labors of special instructors in various departments as may be found necessary. Students absent part of the year, or having back studies to make marked conditional, (c).
Names in this online transcription include Andrews, Autenreith, Badeer, Barnard, Benham, Bole, Braden, Brierly, Campbell, Chandley, Charlton, Cochran, Coffin, Coleman, Conner, Copeland, Corbus, Cornelius, Craighead, Crofts, Crowe, Cunningham, Cuthbertson, Dean, Dilworth, Dodds, Elliott, Emery, Flick, Foshay, French, Galbraith, Gamble, George, Gim, Grim, Grist, Hardie, Harold, Haslett, Herr, Hice, Hill, Holmes, Hunter, Jackson, Johnston, Kennedy, Kin, Kingston, Kitchin, Knight, Lane, Latimer, Love, Martin, McAllister, McAnlis, McBurney, McCartney, McClure, McClurkin, McElwain, McKnight, Mellon, Miller, Milligan, Milroy, Moorehead, Morrison, Morrow, Nannah, Nevin, Newton, Nowling, Orr, Paisley, Patterson, Pearce, Powell, Reed, Reeves, Reid, Robertson, Rowe, Ruhe, Samson, Slater, Sloane, Smith, Snyder, Steel, Stewart, Stiffy, Strang, Thomas, Thompson, Torrence, Webb, Webster, Wells, Wendt, White, Wilson, Wisener, Wylie, Young.
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