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LAFAYETTE, IND., Nov. 7, 1900.
Hon. JAMES A. MOUNT,
Governor of Indiana : I herewith transmit the report of the President of Purdue University for the year ending June 30, 1900; also the annual condensed financial statements of the Secretary and Treasurer of the institution.
Until February 21st of the period reported upon, the administration of University affairs was under the direction of the late President Smart. At that time the institution was called upon to mourn the loss of one who had been the main instrument in bringing it to its present high standing not only in our own State but throughout the country at large.
For the remainder of the academic year, the Board of Trustees placed the University in charge, as acting President, of Winthrop E. Stone, Ph. D., who was later appointed to the Presidency.
WILLIAM V. STUART, President of the Board of Trustees.
To the Board of Trustees, Purdue University :
Herewith is submitted the annual report of Purdue University for the year ending June 30, 1900, as required by the Act of Congress of July 2, 1862, under which the institution is organized.
Up to February twenty-first of the period reported upon, the
The organization of the Board of Trustees, the Instructional corps, and the Experiment Station.
2. A copy of the report of the President of the University to the Secretary of the Interior and the Secretary of Agriculture, as required by Act of Congress of August 30, 1890. 3. A report upon the attendance for the year.
A report upon the work of the institution for the year: (a) in instruction; (b) in research and publication; (c) in disseminating information.
5. A report upon the condition and needs of the School of Agriculture.
6. Recommendations as to the needs of the University.
8. Reports of the Treasurer and Secretary of the Board of Trustees.
WINTHROP E. STONE,
President of the University.
PURDUE UNIVERSITY CORPS OF INSTRUCTORS,
WINTHROP ELLSWORTH STONE, A. M., Ph. D.,
PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY.
STANLEY COULTER, A. M., Ph. D.,
SECRETARY OF THE FACULTY.
ALFRED MONROE KENYON, A. M.,
STANLEY COULTER, A, M., Ph. D., Professor of Biology.
and Pathology. PERCY NORTON EVANS, B. S., Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry and Di
rector of Chemical Laboratory.
WILLIAM FREEMAN MYRICK GOSS, M. S., Dean of Engineering
Schools and Director of Engineering Laboratory. RICHARD ADDISON SMART, M. E., Associate Professor of Experi
mental Engineering. WILLIAM KENDRICK HATT, A. M., C. E., Associate Professor of Ap
plied Mechanics. ROBERT SAMPLE MILLER, M. E., Assistant Professor of Mechanical
Engineering. CLARENCE HOVEY ROBERTSON, M. E., Instructor in Engineering
Laboratory. LLEWELLYN V. LUDY, M. E., Assistant in Engineering Laboratory. BENJAMIN CHARLES WALDENMAIER, B. S., Assistant in Mechanical
Drawing. MARK DANA STROUT, Assistant in Engineering Laboratory. GILBERT AMOS YOUNG, B. S., Student-Assistant in Engineering Lab
WILLIAM DAVID PENCE, C. E., Professor of Civil Engineering. GEORGE ELLSWORTH WAESCHE, A. B., C. E., Instructor in Civil
Engineering. CHARLES VICTOR SEASTONE, B. S., Instructor in Civil Engineering.
WINDER ELWELL GOLDSBOROUGH, M. E., Professor of Electrical
Engineering and Director of Electrical Laboratory. ERVIN SIDNEY FERRY, B. S., Professor of Physics. CHARLES PHILO MATTHEWS, M. E., Associate Professor of Electrical
Engineering. EDWARD ELLSWORTH REYNOLDS, M. E., Instructor in Physics. JOHN WALTER ESTERLINE, B. S., Instructor in Electrical Laboratory. LLOYD EVERETT KING, B. S., Assistant in Physics. AARON FRANKLIN CHAMBERLAIN, B. S., Student-Assistant in
Physics. CHANNING RICE DOOLEY, B. S., Student-Assistant in Electrical En
WILLIAM CARROLL LATTA, M. S., Professor of Agriculture. CHARLES SUMNER PLUMB, B. S., Professor of Animal Industry and
Dairying. JAMES TROOP, M. S., Professor of Horticulture and Entomology. HENRY AUGUSTUS HUSTON, A. M., A. C., Professor of Agricultural
CLARENCE ABIATHAR WALDO, A. M., Ph. D., Head Professor of