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  1. 1.
    Purdue Exponent 31 May 1906
    The prospectus for a Graduate School of Agriculture to be held at the University of Illinois during ...
  2. 2.
    Purdue Exponent 13 October 1917
    ... class numbers 595, as compared with 756 in 1916, Agriculture being t}i§ largest school, with 107 enrolled. Other classes ...
  3. 3.
    Purdue Exponent 13 January 1916
    The School of Agriculture
  4. 4.
    Purdue Exponent 10 March 1908
    “The Department of Agriculture; Its Purpose and Organization,” Was the Subject.
  5. 5.
    Purdue Exponent 30 November 1920
    PRIZES OFFERED FOR AGRICULTURE ESSAYS
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    Purdue Exponent 18 May 1920
    ... student is inclined to take a superficial view of agriculture as a vocation. While admitting that farming is indispensible, ...
  7. 7.
    Purdue Exponent 6 December 1922
    This Month's Number Contains Feature Story on Agriculture in Foreign Countries. Many features are included in the ...
  8. 8.
    Purdue Exponent 14 February 1915
    PAST AND PRESENT HISTORY OF THE SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE
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    Purdue Exponent 15 May 1907
    Agriculture Society Meeting.
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    Purdue Exponent 11 November 1913
    C. D. Dunwoody, ’l3, is teaching Agriculture in Minnesota. H'. J. Kuppers, ’l2, is instructor in ...
  11. 11.
    Purdue Exponent 15 January 1916
    ... farmer or next best to become a teacher of Agriculture, it seems that the first graduates in agriculture at ...
  12. 12.
    Purdue Exponent 14 January 1917
    ... A LARGE ATTENDANCE. Steady Growth of Winter Course in Agriculture Shows Rapid Development in Farming. Registration for the eight ...
  13. 13.
    Purdue Exponent 27 May 1916
    Ex-Secretary of U. S. Department of Agriculture Pleased With Contions At Purdue. Honorable James Wilson, ex-secre-tary ...
  14. 14.
    Purdue Exponent 13 April 1917
    ... are, H. W. Leonard, ’l9, of the school of Agriculture, S. E. Rowdabaugh, ’lB, agriculture, both new members, and ...
  15. 15.
    Purdue Exponent 22 November 1907
    Those who are interested in the literature of Agriculture would do well to note the changes made in ...
  16. 16.
    Purdue Exponent 8 September 1908
    ... desirable. All that have attended the Purdue school of agriculture, whether for the long or short course, are necessarily ...
  17. 17.
    Purdue Exponent 26 October 1917
    ... College; C. G. Hornaday, ’l7, in charge of vocational agriculture in Wheatland; Paul Imel, ’l7, vocational agriculture in Laconia; ...
  18. 18.
    Purdue Exponent 22 September 1915
    FIGURES INDICATE INDIAN LEADING ALL IN AGRICULTURE
  19. 19.
    Purdue Exponent 31 October 1922
    ... of Three Juniors and Three Seniors Announced By Honorary Agriculture Society.
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    Purdue Exponent 7 March 1908
    ... as Agricultural High Schools or Farm schools in which Agriculture and Domestic Science should be the principal subjects taught, ...