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Page 17 text:
3, be e.: Law
Widely known for the thoroughness of its teachings and for its high standards, the
College of Law holds a prominent place in the Association of American Law Schools,
of which it is a member. A strong, experienced faculty of seven full-time men, each
holding academic and law degrees, teach the courses of the College, which include the
latest methods of practice court instruction combined with trial practice. Since its or-
ganization, in 1909, the College has graduated 517 students, most of whom have re-
mained 'in Florida. The College of Law, by virtue of its splendid courses and practical
instruction, is registered by the Board of Regents of the State of New York and listed
among the approved law schools of the American Bar Association.
Page 16 text:
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- .1 Engineering
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ACTING DEAN REISD
During the course of its existence the Engineering College has been of great prac-
tical value to the State of Florida. At the present time a steadily increasing group of
graduates, strong and well trained, stand ready to give their services to unfolding and
utilizing the vast resources and possibilities of the most potential state in the Union.
The students receive both theoretical and practical instruction in the field of their
choice. The Engineering Experiment Station has meant a great deal to industries of
Florida and the future will have occasion to call upon the aid of this department more
Page 18 text:
2 C, L-. Teaelierls
Service by advancing the profession of teaching throughout the State is the great
purpose of the Teacher's College. It aims to develop in its students a keen insight into
human affairs, human relationships, and human problems, and thus thoroughly equips
them to carry on the noble movement of education.
The Teacher,s College has been in existence since the University was founded at
Gainesville and h b d' '
as een irected by very able heads. The George Peabody Hall, en-
dowed by the Peabody fund, houses the College at the present time.
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