“Kalamazoo Female Seminary”
“THIS INSTITUTION will be opened for young ladies and Misses, in the Branch Building, (repaired,) on Wednesday, the 20th of August. The course of instruction will be extensive and thorough in all branches of the English Language, while the French, Latin, or any other languages desired, will be taught by competent teachers. Arrangements have been made to associate with the Principal Miss Mary E. Sheldon, of Buffalo, and also to secure another experienced teacher from the East, so as to conduct every department of the school in an efficient manner,
Elementary English Branches, per-quarter, in advance, $3.00
Higher English Branches, $3.50
Languages and Drawing, each (extra) $1.00
Incidental expenses per quarter 25 cents. Board per week, from $1.25 to $1.50.
L H. Stone, Principal.”
— Kalamazoo Gazette, 25 July 1851
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- Kalamazoo Telegraph (1844-1916)
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- Allegan County Record (1869-71)
- Augusta Beacon (1902-1952)
- Climax Cereal (1900-1912)
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