National School of Elocution and Oratory 1915 Commencement

The National School of Elocution and Oratory (The Shoemaker School), Commencement, 1874-1915. Parkway Building, Broad and Cherry Streets, Philadelphia. Class Day, May 28th.

Instruction in Vocal Culture, Action, Reading, Enunciation, Public Speaking, Literature, English, Physical Training and Dramatics. Graduating Courses, Day and Evening Classes.

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Names in this online transcription include Acheson, Bream, Brecht, Capwell, Carey, Claflin, Gill, Gordon, Gray, Griffin, Heddens, Hobaugh, Hudson, Hurst, Keating, Kriebel, Lenhardt, Lewis, Miller, Price, Rabenold, Schmid, Shoemaker, Shriner, Steidle, Sutton, Sweet, Tobin, Van Hook, Walker, Welton, Willoughby, Zutavern.

Labels: Pennsylvania, Graduation Lists

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