Ursinus College Bulletin, 1885-1902



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A digitized copy of the July 1892 Ursinus College Bulletin. It is alternatively titled as a Supplement to the Bulletin, known as the "Commencement Herald."

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Ursinus College


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, Bulletin, news, Reformed Church, literary societies, commencement, Bomberger Memorial Hall, George W. Williard, J. Wilbur Chapman, Schaff, John H. Bomberger, David E. Klopp, Henry W. Kratz, H.H.W. Hibschman, Hiram C. Hoover, Robert Patterson, Henry William Super, Adam H. Fetterolf, Henry K. Boyer, Frank M. Hobson, J. Shelly Weinberger, Henry T. Spangler, Frank R. Watson, Burd P. Evans


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This issue of the Bulletin features a detailed account of the 21st commencement of Ursinus College. It includes the Baccalaureate sermon delivered by George W. Williard, the Address before the Literary Societies delivered by J. Wilbur Chapman entitled "The Adornment Beautiful" and the Alumni Oration delivered by John H. Bomberger entitled "The Social Antiseptic." The dedication of Bomberger Memorial Hall is also detailed, including an address by Robert Patterson and the eulogy and dedication delivered by acting-president George W. Williard. The text of the dedicatory address by President-elect Henry W. Super is also provided.

Ursinus College Bulletin Vol. 8, No. 10, Commencement Herald



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