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Bulletin of Elon College, the, 1890-1905 . s. Reading Room. In addition to the Library, the College maintainsan excellent Reading Room, supplied with the bestmagazines, weekly and daily journals, which keep thestudents in touch with the current thought and issuesof the day. The reading room is open two hours each day, ex-cept Sunday, and is under the supervision of the Cura-tor of the Library. Literary Societies. The Philologian and Clio Societies for young men,have large, handsomely furnished halls on the thirdfloor of the College building. The Psiphelian Society,composed of young ladies, is
RM2AM70X2Bulletin of Elon College, the, 1890-1905 . s. Reading Room. In addition to the Library, the College maintainsan excellent Reading Room, supplied with the bestmagazines, weekly and daily journals, which keep thestudents in touch with the current thought and issuesof the day. The reading room is open two hours each day, ex-cept Sunday, and is under the supervision of the Cura-tor of the Library. Literary Societies. The Philologian and Clio Societies for young men,have large, handsomely furnished halls on the thirdfloor of the College building. The Psiphelian Society,composed of young ladies, is
Bulletin of Elon College, the, 1890-1905 . imens of the various kinds of rocks andminerals studied. They are expected to make collectionsof such specimens of rocks as can be found in this sec-tion. MUSEUM The Museum has been greatly improved by the addi-tion of many valuable specimens. For four years Mr. B. F. Black, the Curator of theMuseum, collected and prepared specimens of verte-brates of the different types. He also received manydonations of historic interest and curiosities. Collec-tions of minerals have been donated for students ofGeology. Through the kindly interest and influence of C
RM2AM6YDTBulletin of Elon College, the, 1890-1905 . imens of the various kinds of rocks andminerals studied. They are expected to make collectionsof such specimens of rocks as can be found in this sec-tion. MUSEUM The Museum has been greatly improved by the addi-tion of many valuable specimens. For four years Mr. B. F. Black, the Curator of theMuseum, collected and prepared specimens of verte-brates of the different types. He also received manydonations of historic interest and curiosities. Collec-tions of minerals have been donated for students ofGeology. Through the kindly interest and influence of C