State College of Kentucky 1900; Front row, from left to right: Ruric N. Roark, Principal of the Normal School; James G. White, Head of Department of Mathematics and Astronomy; Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences; President James Kennedy Patterson; John H. Neville, Professor of Greek and Latin, Dean of Classical Faculty; Joseph William Pryor, Head of Department of Anatomy and Physiology; Second Row: Paul Wernicke, Professor of Modern Languages; (Alfred M. Peter, Chemist); John L. Logan, Assistant Professor in Academy; Clarence W. Mathews, Dean of College of Agriculture; (Robert Lee Blanton, Assistant Professor of Greek and Latin); Merry L. Pence, Professor of Physics; Jospeh H. Kastle, Professor of Chemistry; Third Row: Charles R. Sturdevant, Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering; (John T. Faig, Professor of Machine Design); Milford White, Assistant in Normal School; (Frederick Paul Anderson, Dean of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering); John P. Brooks, Professor of Civil Engineering; (William T. Carpenter, Commandant); Henry E. Curtis, Cheif of Fertilizer Division, Experiment Station; Donated by T. W. Scholtz
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