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Handbook, 1909
			

                     A. M. E. Church.                  19

behalf of Payne University--ten thousand seven hundred
dollars. President Laws retires from the presidency with
the respect of the Church and the confidence of the College
management. The enrollment of students last year was
275; number of teachers employed, 12.       Professor A. F.
Jackson has been elected Treasurer in place of the lamented
Doctor T. C. Denham. Professor Jackson is managing the
finances of the school to the satisfaction of all concerned.
          Payne University, Selma, Alabama.
  Prof. H. E. Archer succeeds to the presidency of this
school recently vacated by the Rev. James M. Henderson.
Bishop H. B. Parks evidently has full grasp of the work.
His qualification for controlling large numbers of persons
and centralizing their thoughts and acts in a given object is
well established by the splendid and unparalleled feat of
having Alabama African Methodism place in the treasury
of Payne University nearly $11,000 in a single day of
June, 1909.

      Allen University, Columbia, South Carolina.
  This Institution had a very successful year, the first in
the present term of Doctor W. D. Chappelle, who has been
called the second time to the presidential chair of his Alma
Mater. The State of South Carolina is alive to the wants
of Allen University. It furnishes money for it with a lib-
eral hand. It is expected of the Bishop, presiding elders,
pastors and people that much more money shall be reported
at Conferences the present year for Allen than was done
last year, which was about $11,500.
 Enrollment, 1908--9 ...................................... 651
 Professors and Instructors ................................ 18
 Students Granted Certificates and Diplomas ...............  83
 Number of Departments  ................................. .   8
 Approximate Expenses per term, excluding books .........$56.00
  The great Coppin Hall, a beautiful building erected under
the administration of Bishop Coppin, is a credit to the wis-




			
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Handbook, 1909


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