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For education of colored race. Mrs. M. R. Towne's gift is for industrial instruction; amount not specified.

To erect college building. Contribu-
tions consist of money and lands.
To pay deficit of teacher's salary.
Purpose and donor not named.

For building, on condition that institu-
tion be free from debt.

To pay debt on building.

For general purposes.

For repairs.

(For a new building.

For general purposes, new building, furnishing, and library.

For medals to pupils.

For repairs, apparatus, periodicals, &c.
For repair of buildings.

30 For books.

For boarding-house.

For scholarships.

A piano-forte.

For medals.

For student's aid fund.

To found an institution for the advanced instruction of young colored

women.

In books for the library, and in build-
ings and grounds given by the city on
condition that school be maintained
10 years in the place.

A block of land valued at $3,000.
For an academy building.
For building purposes and current ex-
penses.

For the erection of a building to be
known as "Rockefeller Hall," for
furnishing, and for general uses.

To "civilize and christianize" the Indian children of the Choctaw Nation. The contributions consisted of money, clothing, books, &c.

For general purposes of the academy.

For principal's salary.

For general purposes.

For scholarships of $40 each.

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For general purposes.

5,670

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-Statistics of educational benefactions for the year 1884-85; from

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Milwaukee Day School for Milwaukee, Wis.... Wisconsin Phonological
Deaf Children.

TRAINING SCHOOLS FOR

NURSES.

Training School for Nurses Boston, Mass.

(New England Hospital for

Women and Children).

Institute.

Boston, Mass Boston, Mass Washington, D. C.

Malone, N. Y Potsdam, N. Y. New York, N. Y New York, N. Y. New York, N. Y

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For the establishment and support of free kindergärten for the poor.

A fine building valued at $60,000 and an endowment fund of $150,000, to found a city library to be known as "The Reddick Library."

Value of a fine brick school-house furnished with all needed apparatus. The gift is made to the town without stipulations, except that the school shall be open to every one, irrespective of race, color, or religion. The school has also received sixty volumes of valuable reference books from Charles Lancaster, Chester, England, and 100 photographic views of London from John H. Harris, of London, England.

Value of land, building, and furniture
presented to the city for a "library
and art building."

For establishing and maintaining a free
public library and reading-room.
Par value of 400 shares of railroad stock,
yielding 7 per cent. interest; given on
the express condition that the income
alone shall be used for the purposes
of the association.

Par value of 750 shares of railroad stock,
yielding 7 per cent. interest. This
amount, through recommendation of
donor, creates a fund to be known as
the "
Springer investment fund," to
which all income from said stock and
any interest accruing thereon shall
be invested and set apart for said
fund.

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