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4 > Image 4 of The Kentuckian : a monthly magazine, vol. 2 no. 4, 1900

Part of The Kentuckian : a monthly magazine

/ ` {VH J ___Tvrvw`t :;r `i,. A " A AA , i A `UYK . _ 70, ,- ,;} u___ _;_v . %;A A`A .i i . _ _. 1;;...-[gif `A. { AA%A" _ r A rzia.? QQU > V- A % AnA }\nvf`}\v , . -s I _ . '''' FACULTY. ,. A A ii lll P5 PROF. W. A. HART, A A. _ A, A ._ 2 S Principal, Book-keeping Department- . L A A J. H. HAVVKINS, ( A . Instructor, Gregg and Pernin Shorthand. _ A MRS. W. A. HART, AA . A _ Instructor, Pitman Shorthand. * . . < M . R. H. KEYES, !_ , ~ Business Manager and Instructor English Department. * . ~ A _ f G. Y. nENHAM, , - . . Secretary and Treasurer. i _ A s. osnorm, i A A , Assistant, English Department. A Q 2 F. GRIFFITH NVALKER, ? ~ Assistant, Shorthand Department. . A i Instructor, Tclcgraphy. OUR TEACHERS. 2 A 1} The teachers of this college are experts in their A several lines of work, and have had many years A experience which not only enables them to bring 1 . A { about the best results but also gives them the pres- _ ` tige necessary to secure the C()I1IA'ldl'lCG and respect . of their students. They are not pupils teaching for experience or a mere pittance to defray expenses A until they can find a better position. They are . A .COXlS(3lUClOllS HIGH {LIN] \VU111(!I1 \\'ll() l1E1.VO ChOSOH _ this Held of usefulness for their life work and are devoting their entire time and best efforts to the _ interests of the students placed under their care. g A A A3 i Practical Knowledge is Power. i $~_,.,.x.~.'* _ i"*"* 2 _,#""~a., ll . lg * \\i;;m` _ V .