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12 THE D. M. ANDERSON DIRECTORY COMPANY'S
TexaS Normal College
J. J CRUMLEY, A. B., President,
J. E. BUZHARDT, B. S.,
J. D. MEADOWS, Commercial Dept.
Miss LIZZIE HAYNES, Model Dept.
Miss EDITH. MILLER, Dept. of Music.
Miss MYRTLE EDDLEMAN, Stenog'p'y.
Miss Lou HANN, Art
The Only Distinctive Nor=
mal in North Texas
Now Recognized by the State. (See
A School of Normal Methods.
Students may enter at any Time.
ALL THE LATEST IDEAS IN EDUCATION.
Students wishing to become teachers
have the advantage of continuing
their work in the higher branches in
the Scientific and Classical courses.
MOTTO:-Make the best possible use of
time with the greatest possible enjoyment.
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Colville, J.M. 1894 Denton Business Directory and Handy Guide, book, 1894~; 282 Main Street, Dallas, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth21918/m1/14/?q=music%20%22texas%20normal%22: accessed August 20, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Denton Public Library.