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Pleasant Plain, Iowa..
Baldwin, St. Mary's, La.
South Lancaster, Mass
St. Paul, Minn.
Marble Hill, Mo
Santee Agency, Nebr
Andover, N. H.
Northwood Center, N. H.
Pembroke, N. H
Albuquerque, N. Mex
Los Vegas, N. Mex
Santa Fé, N. Mex.
Cedar Valley Seminary..
Pleasant Plain Academy
Kansas Christian College.
Bethany College and Normal Institute
Owenton High School.
Princeton Collegiate Instituto.
Madison Female Institute
Williamsburgh Academy ....
East Maine Conference Seminary.
South Lancaster Academy.
Judson Female Institute
Western Minnesota Seminary
Wesloyan Methodist Seminary.
Mount Hermon Female Seminary
North Mississippi Female College.
Bellevue Collegiate Institute.
Kangas City Ladies' College.
Maj field Sinith Academy
Centenary High School.
Santec Normal Training School.
Mt. St. Mary's Academy...
Coe's Northwood Academy
Friends' Select School..
Los Vegas Academy........
University of New Mexico
2, 100 For erection of a building.
162 $112, annual conference, to pay college debt; $50, Rov. Peter Wagner, Ilarlan, Kans., for genoral
interost of the college.
10, 492 Endowment and current expenses.
40,000 P. B. Plumb, Emporia, Kans., and many others, for building.
120 To pay teachers.
1,000 John A. Duncan, scholarship.
American Missionary Association, patrons.
1,000 For desks and apparatus.
Towards new building,
500 Frank Brown, Baltimore, Md., for water and furnaco arrangements.
50 Alonzo Lilly, Newton, Mass.
5,000 Hezekiah Conants, Pawtucket, R. I., for building and improvement of groands.
8,000 Miss Johanna Chase (deceased), Blackstove, Mass., $2,000 in real estate, $6,000 in personal
property, for general educational purposes.
For general purposes.
1,000 Stephen A. Stone, Revere, Mass., to pay tuition of deserving indigent stadents.
13,000 $3,000 towards payments of debt, $2,000 for scholarships.
500 Geo. A. Pillsbury, W. W. Huntington, Geo. A. Rust, in money, to sustain the school.
27,000 No reports having been previously made; this includes gifts mado in last of 1885.
25,000 Name changed from Ballwin School, Mr. Baldwiu, of Philadelphia, Pa., deceased, having be-
queathed this money to found English and classical seminary.
1, 600 $1,000 from John F. Slater fund; of this amount $600 was for teachers' salaries, $200 for stu.
dent aid, and $200 for improvement of industrial department.
500 W. H. Hill, of Sylvarena, in land, for college site.
For ground and buildings.
465 Improvements in building.
100 Improvement of building.
800 For apparatus.
To finish building.
4,000 To establish the school.
To improve property.
To build ladies' hall.
Mrs. McCormick, towards erection of a chapel, the students doing the work to an equal amount.
2, 500 From Board of Aid for Colleges of the Presbyterian Church.
4, 120 From numerous sources, for current expenses.
6,806 Through American Missionary Association.
Rt. Rev. Bishop Manogne (1), Sacramento, Cal., 'and John W. Mackey, San Francisco, Cal.
From Unitarian churches and laymen, to pay current expenses.
100 From E. S. Coe, Bangor, Me., for reading room and apparatus.
4,000 Elizabeth A. Knox, Pembroke, to pay tuition or teachers' salaries, at discretion of trusteos.
500 Society of Friends.
New West Education Commission, for salaries of principal and assistants. 2, 200 New West Education Commission, Chicago, $2,000; O. B. Sumner, Los Angeles, Cal., $100;
Charles Harwood, Springfield, Mo., $100; all for current expenses. 15,060
Various subscriptions for general expenses, $1,239; American Missionary Society for Ramona
Indian school, $5,456; and $5,365 from the United States Government.
TABLE 84.–Statistics of gifts and legacies to colleges, schools, Gʻc., for 1835–86, &c.—Continued.
Mt. Pleasant, Pa.
Frogmore, S. C
Buffalo Gap, Tex.......
Rhea's Mille, Tex.
Ban Marcos, Tex
Balt Lake City, Utah
Saxton's River, Vt.
Elensburgh, Wash. Ter.
Olympia, Wash. Ter.
Vermont Episcopal Institute..
Caledonia County Grammar School...
Troy Conference Academy
Virginia Normal School.
Olympia Collegiate Institute.
Albion Academy and Normal Instituto
500 Mrs. Sarah B. Jacobs, Boston, Mass., scientific apparatus. 6,000 Jonas Barkor, Richmond, Vt., endowment.
tablishment of a female department of the institute. 47, 000 $20,000 by the late Jolin P. Howard : $27.000 given by namorous pooplo, to be used for the es.
700 Citizens of Derby, for furnituro and repairs.
From the alumni, for building.
8,000 $3,000 to apply on debt, $5,000 endowment.
To erect an academy building and principal's houso.
25 J. B. Reid.
50 General service.
300 In land, from W. N. Ayers, Fayetteville, Ark.
300 $185 to pay deficit in teachers' salaries ; $115 for new chapel organ.
9, 588 Chiefly contributions from "Reformed Church in United States churchog.
6,000 Endowment and building.
South Byfield, Mass
Exeter, N. I
Brooklyn, N. Y
Cazenovia, N. Y.
Stapleton, N. Y
Waterville, N. Y.
Beaver Dam, Wis.
State Baptist College...
18,000 Mostly residents, in building, land, books, and monoy. Healdsburgh College ...........
Cathedral chapter, Denver, and G. A. Jarvis, Brooklyn N. Y.; principal's salary $1,000, and
$600 in improvements. Columbian College Preparatory School
W. W. Corcoran, Washington, D.C., a painting.
Valdosta Collegiato and Normal In 8,000 Chicfly from citizens of Valdosta.
90 Charles D. Barrows, San Francisco, Cal., for two prizes of $25 each, and two of $20 each.
25,000 David Anderson (deceased), East Livermore, Me., $10,000 for endowment fund ; B. F. Sturto
vant, Jamaica Plain, Mass., $10,000 for building; and Colby University, $3,000 for building. Houlton Academy.
30,000 Mrs. Catharine Wording, Grand Forks, D. T., in cash, for new school building, to be called
800 Annual donation from State of Maryland, in consideration of the free tuition of eight pupils,
elected by board of trustees.
2,500 Edward Taylor, Andover, for part cost of administration building.
15,000 Chiefly for new gymnasium.
13 Towards gymnasium. Worcester Academy
33, 400 J. H. Walker, Worcester, C. W. Kingsley and J. W. Merrill, Cambridge, Mass., $33,000, for
further endowment and buildings; $200 for physical laboratory, and $200 for lecture course.
Paynesville Pritchett Institute..
1, 200 Citizens of the vicinity, money, buildings, and grounds.
Phillips Exeter Academy...
150,000 F. E. Parker (deceased), Boston, Mass., $100,000; Dr. Francis P. Hurd, Boston, Mass., $50,000.
1,000,000 John C. Green (deceased), New York, N.Y., endowment.
Berkeloy Institute for Young Ladies
From board of trustees, to meet deficiencies in first year's expenses.
5,000 Mrs. L. G. Griffin, West Troy, N. Y., endowment.
Staten Island Academy.
6,000 William Winter, Edwin Booth, Lawrence Barrett, E. C. Stedman, T. B. Aldrich, John Gilbert,
Wilkie Collins, Geo. Wm. Curtis, and others, in books.
Waterville Union School.
70 A. R. Palmer (deceased).
Harry Hillman Academy
York Collegiate Instituto......
59,000 $7,000 from Mr. Samuel Small, for scholarships, and $52,000 from Mr. Small's heirs, for re
building, Burr and Burton Seminary
For library. Wayland Academy
Churches and varions private individuals, $1,350 for new buildings for girls. Markham Academy
25 John C. Sponcer, Milwaukeo, for Spencer prize in declamation.
TABLE 84.—Statistics of gifts and legacies to colleges, schools, fc., for 1885–86, 8c.-Continued.
By whom given, residence, amount, kind, purpose, and conditions of gift, and remarks.
$15, 000 Endowment.
Rev. T. R. Welch, Little Rock, Ark., for endowment of professorship.
15, 000 Building.
5,000 From trustees, professors, and Methodist friends, to pay debts on college bnilding.
From Mr. and Mrs. Leland Stanford, property to found and maintain university, value not
200, 516 $100,000 from Mrs. Iliff-Warren, to found school of theology, conditioned upon securing of
$50,000 to endow other chairs; the amount was obtained in land. Mr. Jacob Haish gave
$50,000 for manual training school; and Miss Harriet Sawyer, Oxford, Ohio, has given $516,
but requires that the interest be paid her during life, or, if unclaimed, it may be loaned with:
out interest to a theological student.
44, 195 Junius S. Morgan, London, England, $23,000; Robert H. Coleman, Pennsylvania, $10,000; sundry
subscriptions, $8,185 for gymnasium and lawn-tennis courts; legacy of $500 from J. G. Jacobs ;
alumni donations to the general fund, $2,510.
4, 306 O. Hoyt and W. Hoyt, Stamford, Conn., J. W. Beach, Middletown, Conn., A. Fowler and B. Col.
gate, New York, N. Y., C. Scott, Philadelphia, Pa., W. Rice, Springfield, Mass., and others,
in sums not exceeding $500 for current expenses.
78,639 of which $15,448 were for the establisbment of new funds in the several departments. This is
about all that can be gleaned from the "treasurer's statement," and is believed to be as ac
curate as may be, considering the difficulties in the case.
7,853 Mrs. Sarah C. Boyd, Bradford, Mass., $500 for scholarship; various people, $2,809 for student
aid, and $4,544 for current expenses.
From citizens of Bowdon, to employ teachers.
Debts and current expenses. 30, 000
Endowment from various people in Illinois. 4,500
In small sums for endowment of Bible chair and college aid. 5,000
Endowment fund, chiefly as scholarships.
Gilbert Bareis, Livingston, Wis., endowment.
4,000 Mostly to increase endowment fund.
- 18,000 $17,000 endowment; $1,000 apparatus.
49,000 P. L. Cable, Rock Island, $25,000. Total used for new building, support of the college, and to
aid students preparing for the ministry.
10,000 From various persons.
15, 000 James Forsythe, Trafalgar, Ind.
30, 000 W.C. De Pauw, New Albany, Ind., $20,000; $10,000 from various sources, all for general en.
15, 000 General E. 1. Drake $12,000; others small sums, all for general andowment.
Illinois Wesleyan University
Augustana College and Theological
De Pauw University
Drake University ...
:: Imper. To wa University
Building: 2,300 New buildings.
W. T. Hornaday, Washington, D. C., and Asa Horr, M. D., Dubuque, Iowa, collection of birds
and animals for museum..
5,000 Half for endowment, half for a ladies' hall.
6,000 General purposes
12,800 New building and current expenses.
1,000 Baptist churches in Kansas, for current expensos.
28,000 Building and endowment.
25,000 $16,000 for building.
100,000 W. H. M. Brayer, Lawrenceburgh, Ky.,
$30,000; Orville Ford, Covington, Ky., $20,000; D. C.
Collins, Covington, Ky., $10,000; A. J. Alexander, Woodburn, Ky., $10,000; Mary R. Kin-
caid, Versailles, Ky., $10,000 ; Mary J. Lyons, Danville, Ky., $5,000; Mrs. John McClintock,
Millersburgh, Ky., $5,000, and others, for endowment of one chair in full and partial endow.
ment of others:
100,000 Paul Tulane, Princeton, N. J., stocks and bonds, $45, 108.50 ; cash, $54,891.50.
Edward Russell, $200, to increase scholarship; executors of Francis B. Hays, $10,000, income
to be used for purchase of books for library; executor of Geo. B. Dorr, $1,750, as additional
payınent of principal for Dorr fund; execators of Henry T. Morgan, of New York, $1,387,
as additional payment from Morgan estate for Henry T. Morgan fund; anonymous gift of
$1,000, to be added to capital of herbarium fund; William Addison Brown and William H.
Deforest and Edward Livingston $1,000 towards fund for the support of an assistant pro-
fessor or an assistant in herbarium work; Samuel Hoar, $2,000 to found scholarship to be
called class of 1867 scholarship; estate of Robert Treat Paine, property worth $164,198 for
observatory; $310 from fourteen persons towards a fund for the endowment of a dental
school; J. I Bowditch $1,000, Geo. Higginson $1,000, T. Q. Browne $100, E. W. Hooper $100,
F. H. Peabody $100, towards the endowment of the observatory; estate of Evangelinus A.
Sophocles, $25,698 to be called the Constantius fund, income to be used, one-half for purchase
of Greek and Latin books, the other for the catalogue department of the library; trustees of
late Prof. Daniel Treadway, additional sum of $2,000, on account of Prof. Treadway's residu-
ary legacy for use of college library; Geo. W. Wales. $200 for books for library; A. Agassiz
$50, Chas. P. Curtis $100, Henry Lee $50, C. S. Sargent $50, to aid in publishing University
Bulletin ; Henry Lee, $1,500 for salary of instructor in political economy: anonymous friend,
$500 to increase salary of professor of entomology; anonymous friend, $100 to increase cur.
rent year's income of James Walker fellowship; anonymous member of Dante Society, $100
for prize for essay on subject drawn from life or works of Danto; through Moorfield Storey,
$1,200 to pay for lectures to undergraduates on health; through Prof. Child, on account of
the "subscription of 1880," for purchase of ballad manuscripts, &c., $90; Mrs. Henry Dra-
per, of New York, $1,500 for prosecuting researches in the photography of stellar spectra;
John 0. Sargent, $100 for one or more prizes for the best metrical version or versions of
lyric poem of Horace; Robert D. Foote, class of 1886, $30 to buy books for French depart-
ment; John Lowell and wife, $400, as first yearly payment for support of two scholarsbips
to be known as the George Emerson Lowell scholarships; class of 1879, $300 towards furnish-
ing library and reading-room for department of political economy; Joseph P. Gardner $100,
R. M. Hodges, $50 and an anonymous friend $100, for veterinary school; Dante Society, $50
for purchase of books on Dante; Mrs. C. M. Barnard, $600, as ler annual gist for the Warren
H. Cudworth scholarships; John Cummings $109, Mrs. H. L. Higginson $100, H. H. Hunne-
well $750, Henry Lee $100, H. C. Lodge $25, Augustus Lowell $100, and Francis A. Osborn