Title: Spalding's Commercial College
Description: Advertising card for Spalding's Commercial College showing an envelope ripped open to a letter and picture of a girl. One of two cards with similar design. Back of card says: "Twenty-sixth annual Day School, in session all the year." and "Twenty-sixth annual Night School, in session Oct. 1 to April 1." Also: "Established Oct. 25, 1865. Incorporated July 11, 1867. All English and Commercial Branches, Short-Hand, Type-Writing, Modern Languages, Higher Mathematics, etc., practically taught at lowest rates. Unrivalled Course of Instruction. Large Faculty of seventeen experienced Teachers and Lecturers. Twenty New and Elegant College Rooms. Unsurpassed advantages. No Vacations. Catalogues free...Elevator Entrance N. Y. Life Building, Cor. Ninth and Wall Streets. J. F. Spalding, A. M., President." Address given on back and front of card:
Kansas City, Mo.
East Wing N. Y. Life Bldg., Nos. 814, 816, 818 Delaware St.
(Near "Junction" Ninth, Delaware and Main Sts.)
Subject(s): Advertising cards; Business education; Universities & colleges; Girls; Correspondence;
Local Subject(s): Spalding's Commercial College; Spalding, James F.
Date: ca. 1880-1900
Item Type: Advertising Card
Dimensions: 9 x 14 cm.
Collection: Advertising Cards (SC3)
See finding aid: http://www.kchistory.org/u?/Local,37216
See Also: SC3, Box 9, Scrapbook 4, pages 65, 71, 89
Location: SC3, Box 1, Business Colleges
Barcode: Front: 10019222; Back: 10019225
Repository: Missouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City, Missouri
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