Catalogue of Simmons College, 1909-1910 Page: 40
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SIMMONS COLLEGE CATALOGUE
(a) Anna Hall-A beautiful and commodious three-story
brick dormitory was opened in September, 1903.
The first floor contains a large, airy dining room, with a
capacity of one hundred, a handsome parlor, and a suite of rooms
for the family in charge. The second and third floors, compri,
ing eighteen bed rooms and bath rooms, are assigned to young
lady students. "Anna" Hall is neatly furnished throughout.
The building is lighted by electricity. The rooms are heated by
air tight wood stoves, this means of heating having been selected
as preferable for health, comfort and safety. The utmost care is
given to the supervision of the Hall, and no pains are spared
to make it a real home.
(b) In Families-In special cases non-resident young lady
students may be allowed to room and board in private families.
Such cases are those of students who have near relatives living
in Abilene, or who are defraying their expenses by work.
Application for permission to board out of the Hall must be
made to the President.
Students attending the College and residing at home are
expected to conform to the general rules and regulations of the
institution. The active co-operation of parents or guardians in
the home is necessary in this matter.
The Catalogue is issued once a year. It is the authoratative
statement of the general facts relating to the administration of
The Corral, edited and published by the students of the
College, affords a channel of information about the progress of
The Broncho, the College Annual is published by the student
body and reflects in detail much of the College life.
The Western Evangel, published at Abilene, gives weekly information
about the College to its readers.
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Simmons College (Abilene, Tex.). Catalogue of Simmons College, 1909-1910, book, 1910; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth41687/m1/43/: accessed June 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hardin-Simmons University Library.