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56                  THE CRISIS ADVERTISER

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SUMMER SESSION AT WILBERFORCE UNIVERSITY

Under such prominent educators as Dr. W. E. B. Du Bois, Prof. Kelley Miller, Dr. L. B. Moore, Prof. G. N Grisham, Edwina B Kruse, Jennie C. Lee, Dudley W. Woodward and a number of other well-known instructors. Courses in Psychology, Education, Ethics, History, Methods, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Music, Art, Physical Culture, Household Sciences and Industries. June 23 to August 1, 1913.

W. S. SCARBOROUGH, President
EARL E. FINCH, Director Summer Session
Wilberforce, Ohio
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Agricultural and Mechanical College
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State summer school for colored teachers. Fourteenth annual session begins June 23, 1913, and continues five weeks. Board, lodging and fees for the session, $14.00. Limited accommodations. Send $1.00 in advance and reserve room. For catalog or further information address:

STATE SUMMER SCHOOL
Agricultural and Mechanical College
GREENSBORO, N. C.
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"In the Heart of the Healthy Hills"
The Agricultural and Mechanical College
NORMAL, ALABAMA
Makes a special effort to meet the needs of young people who must work out their own salvation. It gives breadwinners a chance to go to school and so puts a first-class English education and a trade within the reach of every young person of push and purpose.

Board, lodging and washing cost $9 per month. An entrance fee of $10 covers medicine, hospital care and doctor's bill for the year.

School opens the first Monday in October and closes the last Thursday in May.
WALTER S. BUCHANAN, President 
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Send your boy South—the land of Opportunity. The Prairie View State Normal and Industrial College of Texas. E. L. Blackshear, Principal. W. C. Rollins, Treasurer. Largest State institution for colored youth in the United States. Excellent literary, scientific and industrial advantages. Expenses low—ideal climate—new buildings.

For particulars address:
H. J. MASON, Secretary
Prairie View                         
Waller County, Texas
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ST. MARY'S SCHOOL
An Episcopal boarding and day school for girls, under the direction of the Sisters of St. Mary. Address:
THE SISTER-IN-CHARGE
611 N. 43d St.                       
W. Philadelphia, Pa.


Fisk University
NASHVILLE, TENN.
Founded 1866                            
H.H. Wright, Dean
Thorough Literary, Scientific, Educational and Social Science Courses. Pioneer in Negro music. Special study in Negro history.

Ideal and sanitary buildings and grounds. Well-equipped Science building. 

Christian home life.

High standards of independent manhood and womanhood.
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Atlanta University
Is beautifully located in the City of Atlanta, Ga. The courses of study include High School, Normal School and College, with manual training and domestic science. Among the teachers are graduates of Yale, Harvard, Dartmouth, Smith and Wellesley. Forty-two years of successful work have been completed. Students come from all parts of the South. Graduates are almost universally successful.

For further information address
President EDWARD T. WARE
ATLANTA, GA.
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Knoxville College
Beautiful Situation. Healthful Location. The Best Moral and Spiritual Environment.
A Splendid Intellectual Atmosphere.
Noted for Honest and Thorough Work.

Offers full courses in the following departments: College, Normal, High School, Grammar School and Industrial.

Good water, steam heat, electric lights, good drainage. Expenses very reasonable.

Opportunity for Self-help.

Fall Term Begins September, 1913.

For information address

President R. W. McGRANAHAN
KNOXVILLE, TENN.
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Virginia Union University
RICHMOND, VA.

A College Department, of high standards and modern curriculum.

A Theological Department, with all subjects generally required in the best theological seminaries.

An Academy, with manual training, giving a preparation for life or for college.

The positive moral and religious aim of the school, its high standards of entrance and of class work, its fine new buildings and well-equipped laboratories and library prepare a faithful student for a life of wide usefulness.

GEORGE RICE HOVEY, President

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