Report of the Director of the University Libraries

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˹ 16 - And because founders of colleges do plant and founders of lectures do water, it followeth well in order to speak of the defect which is in public lectures ; namely, in the smallness and meanness of the salary or reward which in most places is assigned unto them ; J whether they be lectures of arts, or of professions.
˹ lxiv - The object of said College of Agriculture shall be to improve the agricultural methods of the State, to develop the agricultural resources of the State in the production of crops of all kinds, in the rearing and breeding of live-stock, in the manufacture of dairy and other products, in determining better methods of handling and marketing such products, and in other ways; and to increase the intelligence and elevate the standards of living in the rural districts.
˹ xiv - Schools, the Association of Colleges and Preparatory Schools of the Middle States and Maryland, the Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools...
˹ xiv - ... progressively the standard of preparation and to secure uniformity of requirements among institutions has become a conspicuous feature in the administration of the system of entrance examination by such institutions as Harvard and Yale and such organizations as the College Entrance Examination Board of the Association of Colleges and Preparatory Schools of the Middle States and Maryland, and similar institutions and bodies. (B) But as the use of examinations grew more thorough and more definite...
˹ 32 - Said university shall receive no income, profit or compensation therefor, but all moneys received from state appropriations for the said...
˹ 14 - Ph.D. in 1892, and was graduated from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University in 1895.
˹ lxix - Probably the best ventilated buildings now constructed are the modern cow-stables. 5. Technology and Manufacture. Several great departments or kinds of work will develop in this field. Dairy manufacture has already reached a very high degree of development in several agricultural colleges, including our own, and is completely established in the public confidence, although it was a doubtful innovation only a few years ago. This intelligent dairy manufacture has had an unmeasurable effect on dairy...
˹ 45 - Beauty a living Presence of the earth, Surpassing the most fair ideal Forms Which craft of delicate Spirits hath composed From earth's materials waits upon my steps; Pitches her tents before me as I move, An hourly neighbour.
˹ lxxiii - Diseases, HH Whetzel. Correspondence should be addressed to the persons who have charge of these branches at Cornell University, Ithaca, NY Specify by number the experiments in which you are interested. The general plan of work is mutual or cooperative, the farmer to provide land and labor and to have the crop, the expert to give advice and supervision and, so far as possible, to inspect the work. In some cases, the College furnishes seeds and other materials. It does not furnish fertilizers....
˹ lxvii - rural engineering" now appears in the curricula of some agricultural colleges. We cannot yet develop this range of work at Cornell. 3. Rural Art. Almost from the first, the agricultural colleges have included landscape gardening in their curricula. In fact, they are the only institutions that have taught it. The subject is considered to be their special province. To this day there is only one professional school covering this field and that is recently organized at Harvard. At least twenty-two...

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