University of Alabama Advertisement, 1916

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Title

University of Alabama Advertisement, 1916

Subject

University of Alabama

Description

This advertisement found in the 1916 "Black Warrior" yearbook for Tuscaloosa High School invites students to apply for admission to the University of Alabama, touting 100 instructors and 1,350 students. George H. Denny was president of the university. His daughter Frances was in the graduating class from Tuscaloosa High School at that time.

Source

Paula Burnum

Date

1916

Contributor

Betty Slowe (Description)

Type

Advertisement

Identifier

1238

Coverage

Tuscaloosa (AL)

Text

University of Alabama
Capstone of the Public-School System of Alabama
Letters, Science, Engineering, Education, Law, and Medicine
Summer School

A Standard Institution of Learning: Modern Buildings and Equipment, One Hundred Instructors, One Thousand Three Hundred and Fifty Students

All friends of higher education in Alabama are invited to consider the impartial and expert classification of the University of Alabama by the National Bureau of Education at Washington and by the Carnegie Foundation at New York, the only recognized standardizing agencies of the country. President Pritchett, of the Carnegie Foundation, in referring to the academic department, characterizes the work as "of the first grade," while the engineering school is described as "of standard excellence."

Expenses exceedingly moderate.

For Catalogue address

George H. Denny, M.A., Ph.D., LL.D.,D.C.L., President
University of Alabama

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