SO AND NOT SO 1909 [Volume I, Albert Lea College]: Merry, Mabel et al (editors) SO AND NOT SO 1909 [Volume I, Albert Lea College]: Merry, Mabel et al (editors)

SO AND NOT SO 1909 [Volume I, Albert Lea College]

Merry, Mabel et al (editors)

Published by Albert Lea College, Albert Lea, MN, 1909
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4to. (25 cm.) 157p. plus 17p. ads. Index of Advertisers. Pofusely illustrated with black and white captione photos of the student and faculty of Albert Lea College in 1909, including many group shots according to what group, e.g., basketball team, to which they belonged. Also black and white photos of campus buildings and scenes in and around Albert Lea, Minnesota. Plus black and white drawings separating the various sections of this college annual. Blue cloth with he title blocked and printed in gilt on the front cover and on the spine. Wear to extremities with the corners just rubbed through, some white material on the top right hand corner to stop fraying, top and bottom of spine just starting to fray, covers clean, gilt bright, transfer shadows from endpapers, all photos in find condition, else very good to near fine with no internal markings. No dust jacket, probably as issued. Albert Lear College, Albert Lea, Minnsota, also known as Albert Lea College for Women, was established by the Presbyterian Church in 1883 and opened in 1885 with an enrollment of51 women. The faculty was composed of Rev. R.V.Abbott, president, LauraWatson, principal, and teachers Katherine Hutchinson, Georgina Hodgkins,Helen Briggs nd Katherine Oliver. Due to financial problems the college closed in 1901, bu after securing funding, it re-opened in 1905. W.W. Cargill, the grain elevator magnate and J. J. Hill, founder of the Northern Pacific Railroad, were strong supporters and financial donors to the college. In 1910 the college had an enrollment of 125 students. Financial debt, rising costs and declining enrollment caused the college to close permanently in 1916. About 1922 the Cargill Science Hall was acquired by Abbott Public School, which ceased to operate in 1965. The property was eventually re-developed as Abbott Apartments. [information from Freeborn County Heritage, 1988] Note that this is Volume I of this annual series and was produced by the Junior Class, i.e., the Class of 1910, which began its existence on September 17, 1906. It is not clear where this volume stand in the annuals from Albert Lea College. Note also that this institution is not related to the present College of Albert Lea. Bookseller Inventory # 008111

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Title: SO AND NOT SO 1909 [Volume I, Albert Lea ...

Publisher: Albert Lea College, Albert Lea, MN

Publication Date: 1909

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Edition: 1st Edition

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