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mm nrr aai The Times-Dispatch since its foundation has been actively identf ied with every progressive educational movement. For he past five years it has made a distinctive feature of its School Section, annually presenting therein attractive announcements of leading schools and coTeges, not only of Richmond and Virginia, but of several adjoining States. mi The 1911 School Section will surpass any similar feature presented heretofore by The Times-Dispatch or any other newspaper in the United States. Each of the ten School Sections for 1911 will be edited so as totreat some specific phase of educational work. Special articles are being prepared on the 1 nes indicated by the name of each respective number. Interesting articles on the general subject of education will appear in every issue, but the leading articles ;n each number will enlarge on the classified subject. June 25. Teachers' Number. July 2. University Number. July 9. Business College. Number. July 16. Boys1 School Number. July 23. Military School Number. July 30. Aug. 6. Girls' Technical School Special Number. Number. Aug. 13. Co-Educa^ tional Number. ?mrj^w w.?? llllllllH?IHrta?BMI Aug. 20. Music and Art Number. Aug. 27. Parents' & j Guardians' < Number. B Art School of Richmond, A Richmond, Va. X Miss Nora Thurston, Principal. I The Bingham School, Mebane, N. C, Fareston Lewi's Gray, President. Bridgewater College, Bridgewater, Va. Jn?. S. Flory, President. Cluster Springs Academy, Cluster Springs, Va. Hampden Wilson, Principal. Danville Commercial Col ege, Danville, Va. J. W. Cook, Principal. Davis-Wagner Business College, Norfolk, Va. Beverly A. Davis, President. Dunsrnore Business College, Staun ton, Va. J. G. Dunsrnore, President. Eastern College, Manassas, Va. \ Dr. H. If. Roop, President. Ellett's School, Miss, Richmond, Va. J. Ellett, Principal. Elizabeth College, Charlotte, N. C. Chas. B. King, President. Elon College, Elon College, N. C. E. L. Moffitt, President. The Misses Eastman's School, Washington,* D. C. Annie H. Eastman, Principal. Fork Union Military Academy, Fork Union? Va. E. $. Ligon, Headmaster. Greenbrier Presbyterial School^ > Lewisburg? W. Va. H. B. Mo?rc, Principal. Greensboro College, Greensboro, N. C. Lucy FL Robertson, President. Gloucester Academy, Gloucester C. H., Va. John Ta.bb, Principal, Hampden-Sidney College, Hampden-S?dnoy, Va. x H. Tucker .Graham, President, v Hollins Institute, Hollins, Va. Matty L. Cocke, President. Hannah More Academy, Reistertown, Md. Anna L. Laurence, Principal. Horner Military School, Oxford, N. C. J. C. Horner, Principal. Hampton College, Hampton, Va. Miss Fitchett, Principal. * Ingleside Seminary, Burkeville, Va. Graham Cox Campbell, President. King's Business College, Raleigh, N. C. ?Randolph-Macon College, Ashland, Va. J. H. King, President. Mary Baldwin Seminary, Staunton, Va. . W. W. King, Business Manager. Money School, The, Campbell, Va. W. E. Money, Headmaster. *Man?ssas Industrial School for Colored Youths, Manassas, Va. T. C. Williams, Treasurer. McGuire's University School, Richmond, Va. J. P. McGuire, Principal. Medical College of Virginia, Richmond, Va. Christopher Tompkins, M . D.,.pean. Miss Morris's School, Richmond, Va. Susie P. Morris, Principal, Normal and Collegiate Institute, Asheville, N. C. Rev. Edward P. Childs, President. Powhatan College, Charlestown, W. Va. S. P. Hatten, Principal. R?ndolph-Macon Woman's College, Lynchburg, Va. Win. W. Smith, President. Randolph-Macon Academy, Bedford City? V?. E. Sunyter Smith, Principal. Randolph-Macon Institute, Danville, Va. W Chas, G. Evans, Principal. U ippqraqaa^ ?iumwuwiiiii.mmmemm ?SBWEtt R. E. Blackwell, A. M., LL. D., President. Randolph-Macon Academy, Front Royal, Va. Chas. L. Melton, Principal. Richmond College, Richmond, Va. F. W. Boatwright, President. Richmond Academy, Richmond, Va. William L. Prince, Dean. Richmond Conservatory of Music, Richmond, Va. Frank Eugene Cosby, Director, Richmond Training School for Kindergartners, Richmond, Va. Lucy Singleton Coleman, Principal. Richmond School of Expression, Richmond, Va. Mrs. W. E. Thurst?n, Principal. Roanoke College, Salem, Va. J. A. Mc-rehead, President. St. Anne's School, Charlottes vi He, Va. Mary Hyde DuVal, Principal. Smithdeal Business College, Richmond, Va. G. M. Smithdeal, President. Southern Female College, Petersburg, Va. Arthur Kyle Davis, President. Salem Female Academy and College, WinstonrSv em, N. C. Floward E. Rondthaler, President. *St. Paul Normal and Industrial School, LawrenceviUe, Va. A. H. Turner, Business Manager. Sullins College and Conservatory of Music, Bristol, Va. James E. Mears, Business Mgr. State Normal School, Harrisonburg, Va, Julian A. Burruss, President, State Female Normal School, Farmvillc, Va. J. Li Jarman, President. Shenandoah Collegiate Institute? Dayton, Va. J. Hi Ruebush, Manager. Southern Seminary, Buena Vista, Va. Rev. J. S. Engle, Principal. Staunton Military Academy, Staunton, Va. W. G. Kable, Business Mgr. Stonewall Jackson Institute, Abingdon,/Va. R. D. Carson, President. Southern Shorthand and Business University, Norfolk, Va. J. M. Ressler, President. Trinity Park School, Durham, N. C. S. B. Underwood, Headmaster. Trinity College? Durham, N. C. Dr. W. P. Few, President. Tinsley Military Institute, . Winston-Salem, N. C. w J. W. Tinsley, Principal. University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va. Dr. Edwn A. iMderman, President. University College of Medicine, Richmond, Va. Dr. Stuart McGuire, President. Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, Va. E. W. Nichols, Supt. Virginia Mechanics' Institute, Richmond, Va. Frank W. Duke, Supt. Virginia Christian College, Lynchburg, Va, S. T. Snead, Sec. and Treas. Virginia College, Roanoke, Va. ??^ Mattic P. Harris, President. Virginia Commercial and Shorthand College, Lynchburg, Va. C. L. T. Fisher, President. Woman's College, Richmond, Va. James Nelson, President. Washington and Leo University. Lexington, Va. George H. Denny, President. William and Mary College, Williamsburg, Va,^ Lyon G. Tyler, President. (*) Colored.