Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1920-1921 Page: 13
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MISS MYRTLE DUNN
Graduate in Pianoforte under Mrs. R. S. Switzer of the Switzer
School of Music, Dallas; special student of Emil Liebling, Chicago;
Thuel Burnham, New York taught piano in Switzer College. Graduate
in Voice under Elizabeth Switzer of the Switzer School of Music, Dallas;
special student in voice under Frank Webster, Chicago; Andrew
Hemphill, Fort Worth; student of Herbert Witherspoon in Chicago
this summer. Director of Music in Meridian College eight years.
MISS BERNICE COMPERE, B. Mus.
Student of many private teachers. Graduate of Abilene High
School. Student Simmons College two years. Student of Anton
Navratil and graduate under him from Baylor University with B. Mus.
degree, 1918. Taught Violin in El Paso, 1918-'19. Taught in Abilene
Christian College, 1919-'20.
MRS. JAMES H. BURKE, B. O.
A graduate of the Cocke School of Expression, and a reader of excellent
ability. Taught in Abilene Christian College, 1919-'20.
Expression and Oratory
(Department of Education)
JAS. F. COX, Professor of Education, Director.
MISS INEZ NORTON, Instructor in Education, Supervisor.
Harvey Hendry D. W. McElroy Miss Willie Pritchett
Miss Essie Rambo Miss Mary Petty Miss Willie Bentley
SESSION OF 1920-'21,
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