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View of the entrance to Davis Hall, where men and women sitting on and standing around the steps. "Joseph Kennedy helped initiate UND's hosting of the annual Tri-County Educational Association summer institute in 1895. A hundred students enrolled for a month of refresher courses in elementary and high school subjects taught by Webster Merrifield, Kennedy Ludovic Estes, Melvin A. Brunne, and Walter L. Stachwell. The charges were reasonable: $1.00 for room for the term, $2.75 a week for board, and $1.50 tuition for each course. The faculty worked for nominal pay or none at all." (Information from: University of the North Plains: History of the University of ND 1883-1958, Geiger, 114).
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University of North Dakota; Davis Hall (Grand Forks, N.D.); University of North Dakota. Teachers Institute (1910)
Kennedy, Joseph, 1858-1937
Elwyn B. Robinson Department of Special Collections, Chester Fritz Library, University of North Dakota
Davis Hall, Teacher's Institute, Tri-County Educational Association, Clothing, Women college students, Male college students, College buildings, Teachers, Stairs, Teachers' institutes, College students