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ISSUED QUARTERLY BY THE SCHOOL OF EXPRESSION

(S. S. Curry, Ph.D., Litt.D., Founder) 12 Huntington Ave.

Copley Square, Boston

Entered at the Post Office, Boston, Mass., as Second Class matter. Act of July 16, 1894,

1922-1923

SEPTEMBER PREPARATORY TERM

Sept. 5. Registration, Preparatory Term (Special).
Sept. 6. Opening of Preparatory Term.

REGULAR YEAR

Oct. 4. Registration.
Oct. 4. Examinations for Advanced Standing.
Oct. 5. Opening of Regular Year.
Oct. 12. Columbus Day (Holiday).
Nov. 23. Thanksgiving (Holiday).
Dec. 22 to Jan. 2. Christmas Recess.
Jan. 2. Re-opening after Christmas.
Feb. 22. Washington's Birthday (Holiday).
April 19. Lexington Day (Holiday).

GRADUATING RECITALS, April and May

May 6. Baccalaureate Service 3.30 p. m.
May 10. Graduation Exercises.,
May 11. Closing Lesson.
May 11. Annual Meeting of Alumni Association.

(S, S, CURRY, Ph. D., Litt. D., Founder)

OFFICERS OF THE CORPORATION

President, SAMUEL MACAULEY LINDSAY

Clerk, CHARLES E. ALLEN, LL. B.
Treasurer, ADOLPHUS B. BEECHING

ADMINISTRATION

SAMUEL MACAULEY LINDSAY, President

FLORENCE LUTZ, Dean
E. V. MACQUARRIE, Secretary

Room 301, Pierce Building, Copley Square

Boston, Massachusetts

Samuel Macauley Lindsay, President

Lecturer on Current History, 1922– Anna Baright Curry, Dean Emeritus

Special Lecturer on Vocal Expression and Intensive Study of Literature, 1922- ; Teacher of Vocal Expression and Dean, 1884–1922.

Florence Lutz, Dean

Reader and Lecturer on Pantomime, Platform Art and Methods of Teaching
1922–
Instructor in Vocal Expression and Pantomime, 1907–1914.

*Lewis D. Fallis, A. B. (University of Washington)

Director of Dramatic Rehearsal and Instructor in Vocal and Dramatic
Interpretation and Public Speaking, 1919–
Instructor in Dramatic Term, 1915-1917.

Harryett M. Kempton

Instructor in Vocal Expression, Harmonic Training, Story Telling, Voice
Clinic, 1911-1914; 1919-

Dorothy Sands, A.B. (Radcliffe)

Director of Dramatic Production, Instructor in Stage Art, and the Drama, 1922

tEdward Abner Thompson, M.A. (Bowdoin)

Reader and Instructor in Literary Interpretation, Voice and Speech, 1909– 1914; 1919–

Robert Emmons Rogers, A.M. (Harvard)

Lecturer on Literature and the Drama, 1922–

Mary Wilkinsen Wadsworth

Instructor in Literature and Vocal Expression, 1897–1907; 1921–

tEthel Priscilla Potter, A.B. (Wellesley)

Reader and Lecturer on Poetry and the Drama, 1921-
Instructor in Vocal Expression, 1916-1918.

Leonora Austin

Instructor in Literature and Expression, and Public Speaking, Director of Evening Classes, Editor of Expression, 1921

* Absent on leave, 1922-1923.

Instructor in Harmonic Training and Vocal Expression, Assistant
Dramatic Rehearsal, 1921-

Sheldon Holcomb, B. S. (Massachusetts Agricultural)

Instructor in Vocal Training, 1911-1918; 1922–

Eliza Josephine Harwood, (Grad. Posse Normal School of Gymnastics)

Instructor in Organic Gymnastics and Rhythmic Cooperative Steps, 1900-

Mary Frances Finneran

Instructor in Phonetics, 1919

Nixon Waterman

Lecturer on Poetry, 1917–

E. P. Tuller, D.D.

Lecturer on Pedagogy, 1922–

Clara Thornhill Hammond

Instructor in Vocal Expression, Story Telling and Children's Work, 1922

Elizabeth Stahr

Assistant in Public Speaking and Harmonic Training, 1922–

For Faculty of Summer Terms, see Annual Catalogue.

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