Ursinus College Bulletin, 1885-1902
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A digitized copy of the July 1889 Ursinus College Bulletin.
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, Bulletin, news, Reformed Church, literary societies, George Wolff, F. W. Kremer, Henry A. Hunsicker, Freeland Seminary, Andrew Todd, Todd's School, Trinity Church, Mennonites
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Bomberger, Augustus W. and Rauch, Oswil H. E., "Ursinus College Bulletin Vol. 5, No. 10" (1889). Ursinus College Bulletin, 1885-1902. 52.
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This issue of the Bulletin details the activities of the eighteenth commencement of Ursinus College, including the fortieth anniversary celebration of the founding of Freeland Seminary. Presented are: a synopsis of the Baccalaureate Sermon delivered by President Bomberger entitled "Pilate before Christ, or, Worldly science, philosophy and culture on trial at the bar of Christianity," the Literary Societies address delivered by Conrad Clever entitled "The Coming man," and an alumni reunion dinner speech delivered by J. A. Strassburger. Extracts from Henry A. Hunsicker's commemoration address are also included, which detail the early geographic landmarks of the region and the establishment of the Seminary and Trinity Christian Church.