Ursinus College Bulletin, 1885-1902



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A digitized copy of the May 1891 Ursinus College Bulletin.

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


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This issue of the Bulletin features a detailed description of the architectural plans for Bomberger Memorial Hall and describes the events of the College educational Convention held at the time of the groundbreaking ceremony. John H. Sechler's address, "The Response of the Church to the call of Ursinus," is printed in full as is the address made by D. E. Klopp on "The Significance of today's event." Also included are extracts from the Opening Address of the Spring Term, delivered by Alcide Reichenbach, on "The Religious element in education."

Ursinus College Bulletin Vol. 7, No. 8



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