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Page 19 text:
Historical Sketch of Departments
Mrs. C. B. McKenzie, who taught history, geography, and rhetoric. Soon all of the subjects taught were classified into four divisions or departments, mathematics, natural science, language, and history and philosophy.
Thus it may be seen that mathematics, language, and the sciences were fairly well established with the school. Mathematics from the beginning held a fairly large share of the curriculum. Latin, Greek, German, and French have been taught at various times. The sciences hove grown gradually, the most important single step in their history probably being their division into deportments in 1892. The separation of
MARIE H. FAULHABER A. 8.. A. M. Associate Professor of English.
FRANCES HARVEY A. 8.. A. M. Supervisor of Junior High School Teaching.
ARTHUR L. HILL A. 8.
Professor of Mathematics.
BLANCH A. GARD A. B.. A. M. Supervisor of First and Second Grade Teaching.
E. H. HAYWARD A. B.
Registrar. (On leave of Absence.)
C. A. HUCK A. 8.. M. A. Assodato Professor of Mathematics.
PEARL A. KENTON
A. 8.. A. M. Associate Professor of Foroign Languages.
GLEN GILKESON A. 8.. M. A. Director of Physical Education for Men.
FRANK H. HECK 8. A.. M. A. Associate Professor of History and Other Social Science.
8. $.. A. M. Associate Professor of Commerce and Instructor in Palmer Penmanship.
SELMA S. KONIG A. 8.. A. M.. Ph. D. Professor of Modern Languages.
ELMA I. GOCKLEY A. 8.
Bursar and Secretary to the President.
MARY L. HILEMAN A. 6.. A. M. Supervisor of Third and Fourth Grade Teaching.
V. H. JINDRA A. B.
Director of Band and Orchestra and Instructor in Violin.
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THE 1934 PERUVIAN
Historical Sketch of Departments
The history of the scholastic departments in Peru is a checkered one. The organization and classification of subjects in the early curricula seem hardly logical to us today in the light of the present organization; still, in the early curricula appeared the seeds from which, rapidly or slowly, depending upon the deportment, grew the present arrangement. So gradual or halting have been some advances that the assigning of definite dotes is impossible or inaccurate.
The Normal School proper began in 1867 with a faculty of two teachers, Mr. J. M. McKenzie, who taught chemistry, mathematics, natural science, and Latin, and
Mrs. C. B. M history, cecg Scon all of were classife or ceparirr natural scier history and c
Thus it may matics, langu, were fairly v the school, the beglnnin share of the Greek. Germ been taught The sciences ally, the mo step in their ing their di ments in 189
RUTH AHIBERG R. N., A. 8. ScHool Nurse
CASTLE M. 8ROWN Ph. 8.. A. M„ J. 0. Professor of History and othor Social Scionces. Hoad of Oopartmont.
A. B. CLAY6URN
A. 6.. A. M. Professor of Geography and Geology.
BARNEY K. BAKER B. S., A. M.. Ph. D. Associate Professor of Education.
RUTH G. BRANDT A. B.
Principal Junior High School.
S. L. CLEMENTS A. B.. A. M. Superintendent of Training School.
ROBERT T. BENFORD A. B.
Instructor in Piano and Organ. Director of Public School Music in the Training School.
LIBBIE A. BRANSON A. B.
PHYLLIS DAVIDSON B. S.. M. A. Director of Physical Training for Women.
IDA MAE BRACKNEY B. S.. M. S.
Assistant Professor of Home Economics.
ESTHER A. CLARK A. B.. A. M. Professor of Foreign Lan-guages.
W. N. DELZELL Erccutive Dean and Director of Ettonsion.
NORMA L. DIDDEL INICE M. DUNNING
A. B.. A. M. A. B.
Associate Professor of Dean of Women.
MARIE H. FA
A. 8. A Altodet p-j, En?tsh.
A. 8. A.
Supervisor ef Ji S:h J Teecb'n
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