Texas Industrial Review, Volume 01, Number 03, October, 1895 Page: 71
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THE TEXAS INDUSTRIAL REVIEW.
ST. EDWARD'S COLLEGE, B
Under Direction of the Congregation of the Holy Cross.
Established in 1881.
Chartered in 1885.
A BOARDING SCHOOL FOR YOUNG MEN AND BOYS.
A THOROUGH CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL EDUCATION.
English, Mathematics, Bookkeeping and Commercial Law constitute a regular and
complete course, the graduates from which receive the degree of Master of Accounts.
Modern ,anguages, Music, Drawing, Painting, Shorthand. Telegraphy and Typewriting
are optional studies, taught by specialists.
Right Rev. Bishop P. J. Hlurth, Prest., 1885-95
WEST W1ING NEW CO(.LLE(;E. EISECTE) IN 1888.
Situated on a beautiful height overlooking
the City of Austin and the beautiful
Colorado valley, in a retired spot.
two miles from Union depot. This college
offers the utmost care and attention
to the youth entrusted to its charge. Its
surroundings make it an ideal institution
for the development of health and mind.
Studies begin first M londa in September
and February 1st, )ut students can
enter any time. The Minim department
for small boys is a unique feature of this
For Catalogue or further particulars, address
REV. P. P. KLEIN, C. S. C., President.
St. Edward's College, Austin. Texas.
Rev. P. P. Klein. C. S. S .. Proet., 1895.
Old College and CampusP, 1881.
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Newning, Charles A. Texas Industrial Review, Volume 01, Number 03, October, 1895, book, October 1895; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth39133/m1/23/?q=Gilfillan: accessed June 14, 2021), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Austin History Center, Austin Public Library.