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228                            The Crisis
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Howard University
Washington, D.C
Chartered by Act of Congress, March 2, 1867.
Students from 40 states and 11 foreign countries. 9,346 graduates from all departments.
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In addition to a modern University Plant, accredited courses leading to degrees in NINE SCHOOLS and COLLEGES, including a GRADUATE SCHOOL, and adequate and competent faculties at HOWARD UNIVERSITY, the City of Washington affords unparalleled educational opportunities through the various branches of the Federal Government, museums, libraries, and the several Bureaus of the Government.
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College of Liberal Arts: A.B., B.S., and B.S. in Commerce; A.B. in Education, B.S. in Art, and B.S. in Home Economics.

School of Engineering and Architecture: B.S. in Architecture, B.S. in Building Construction, B.S. in Civil Engineering, B.S. in Electrical Engineering, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering.

School of Music: Mus.B., Bachelor of Public School Music.

Graduate School: M.A. and M.S.
School of Religion: B.Th., and B.D.
School of Law: LL.B.
College of Medicine: M.C.
College of Dentistry: D.D.S.
College of Pharmacy: B.S. in Pharmacy.
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First Semester Registration, September 26, 1936. Second Semester Registration, February 8, 1937.

For further information write
THE REGISTRAR
Howard University, Washington, D.C.
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Atlanta University
Atlanta, Georgia
A graduate School of Arts and Sciences Offering Work Leading to the Master's Degree.
Class A Rating with the Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools of the Southern States.
For Bulleting, Address THE REGISTRAR
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St. Mary's School
An Episcopal boarding school for girls, under the direction of the sisters of St. Mary. Address: THE SISTER-IN-CHARGE, 6138 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa.
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THE Y.W.C.A. TRADE SCHOOL
Complete Courses Preparing for a Variety of Positions in 
Secretarial or Business Occupations
Dressmaking and Other Dress Trades
Household Employment
Beauty Culture Trades
French Pleating and Cleaning Industry
Garment Machine Operation Trades
Millinery, Art and Novelty Trades
English, Cultural Courses and Music School for Self-Improvement.
Ofered a full-time or part-time day or evening, or as short unit courses
Emphasis on Placement
179 W. 137th Street New York, N.Y.
Audubon 3-2777
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MEHARRY MEDICAL COLLEGE
Class "A" Medical College with Departments of Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Dental Hygiene, and a Nurse Training School
REGISTERED BY NEW YORK BOARD OF REGENTS
There is a Great Demand Now for Dentists and Pharmacists. For catalogue and further information address  JOHN J MULLOWNER, M.C., President of Meharry Medical College, Nashville, Tenn.
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ST. AUGUSTINE'S COLLEGE  Raleigh, North Carolina. Conducted under the Auspices of the Episcopal Church
CO-EDUCATIONAL.
Four year Accredited College Course, leading to degrees of B.A. and B.S. Pre-medical work and High School Teacher Training.
College Preparatory Department (upper 2 years of High School). Training School for Nurses. School of Social Work and Religious Education.
For catalog and information write
THE REGISTRAR - St. Augustine's College, Raleigh, North Carolina
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MORGAN COLLEGE
(Co-educational)  BALTIMORE, MARYLAND
Location - College town between North and South.
Courses - Majors in Biology, Chemistry, Education, English, French, History, Latin, Mathematics, Music, Social Science, subjects in other fields. A.B. and B.S. degrees.
Rating - Accredited by Middle States Association of Colleges, State Board Education in Md., other States, Regents of the University of N.Y., American Medical Association, University Senate of M. E. Church.
Site - Eight-five acres, beautiful scenery, athletic fields.
Dramatic Art - Theoretical and practical courses for playwrights, directors, teachers, community, church and recreational workers.
For information address:
EDW. N. WILSON, Registrar
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Voorhees N. & I. School
Accredited High School - Vocational Training in four trades for young men - three for young women.
Junior College with Agriculture - Business and Teacher.
Training Courses - Extra-curricular activities in sports, music and drama. Fall term begins September 19, 1936.
J.E. BLANTON, Principal   Denmark, S.C.
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MATTHEW ANDERSON, Founder
1926 South College Ave. Philadelphia, Pa.
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208 East Cherry Street
NORMAL, ILLINOIS
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THE DEATH OF CRISPUS ATTUCKS
A drawing of the killing of the first American by English troops in the revolution against Great Britain in Boston on March 5, 1770. By Lorenzo Harris. Suitable for framing. Should be in every home and school.
Price, 35c each or 25c each in lots of twelve.
Address LORENZO HARRIS
133 Sylvan Avenue, Asbury Park, N.J.
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Ivory Bracelets and Necklaces, Hausa floor mats, Brass trays, Native baskets, Leather cushions.
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