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National Normal University

Arne H Trelvik on 14 May 2005
The Lebanon Gazette dated 10 August 1882 [copy obtained from microfilm available at the Warren County Genealogical Society]
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National Normal University.
The University has completed its additional buildings, including six new dormitories, and the new hall; 104 by 90 feet four stories, including chapel, seating 1200, library 90 by 30; two large recitation rooms, labratory, dining halls to accommodate four hundred boarders.

The Institution now occupies, exclusively twenty capacious. buildings, while many of the students lodge in private dwellings. Students have come almost daily. during the year. from other institutions, and on sufficient trial, without exception, declare that expenses are really. less here that at any other school or college, while the advantages are decidedly superior in every direction. A diploma or recommendation from many of these schools to a certificate- of failure, while those who do the thorough, honest work required in the Old Normal, never fail. More applications are received for teachers than can in be supplied.

Direct railroad communication with Cincinnati and Dayton is adding much to the prosperity of the institution. Lebanon can well boast of the most popular and prosperous Educational Institution in the West. The twenty-eighth year begins September 5, 1882.

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