Journal of the Central Texas Conference, First Annual Session, Methodist Episcopal Church South Page: 91
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THE POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE
REV. H. A. BOAZ. M. A., D. D., President
During seven years our student body has increased Ten times; and
the value of buildings and equipment more than Fifteen times. Seven
stone and brick buildings; steam heat; electric lights; modern scien-
tific equipment. Physical directors for men and women.
THE COLLEGE offers standard B. S. and B. A. degrees. Gradu-
ates receive full credit at Chicago, Vanderbilt and Harvard. Teachers'
certificates without examination.
THE PREPARATORY SCHOOL fits for entrance to any college or
THE SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS affords advantages in expression
art, music. Faculty pupils of Chase, De Reszke and Leschetizky. Stu-
dents taught to create. An international reputation built upon merit.
For catalogue or detailed information address
BUFORD 0. BROWN, Fort Worth, Texas
A class at Wesley House No. 1, Fulton Bag & Cotton Mills, Atlanta,
Ga. The parents of the above children are engaged in the manu-
facture of gospel tents. We make tents of all kinds.
FULTON BAG & COTTON MILLS
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Methodist Episcopal Church, South. Journal of the Central Texas Conference, First Annual Session, Methodist Episcopal Church South, periodical, November 1910; Waco, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth49824/m1/91/: accessed May 26, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Archives of the Central Texas Conference United Methodist Church.