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Postcard above showing North Hall and Alumni Hall
is from Joyce M. Tice Collection
School: Mansfield State Normal School
Mansfield, Tioga County PA
Alumni Listings
Year: 1866-1930 
Submitted by: Carl Steingraber
Pages are Illustrated with MSNS Postcards
identified and linked below, also with
Photos of Principals
Over 6000 names
Progression of Names of This School
Mansfield Classical Seminary
Mansfield State Normal School
Mansfield State Teachers College
Mansfield State College
Mansfield University
MSNS Alumni Listings 1866 to 1926
1866 1867 1868 1869 1870 1871 1872 1873 1874 1875 1876 1877 1878 1879
1880 1881 1882 1883 1884 1885 1886 1887 1888 1889 1890 1891 1892 1893 1894 1895 1896 1897 1898 1899
1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 1908 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919
1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 Obits
MSTC Alumni Listings 1927 to 1930
1927 1928 1929 1930
Index of Antique Postcards & Photos Illustrating the Class Photo Pages
Mansfield Classical Seminary North Hall North Hall Alumni Hall President's House Dining Room Clionon 1899
Gymnasium Arcade & Dorm Arcade with Students South Hall South Hall 1870 South Hall 1881 South Hall 1900
Related MSNS Pages on Tri-County Site
Mansfield Normal School History Early MSNS Principals
1889 MSNS Principal's Report 1892 Commencement List 1897 Womens' Gym Uniforms
1897 Football Team 1899 The NEW Model School 1890s - Youthful Defiance
1902 MSNS Principal's Report 1908 Dead Broke 1909 Taming of the Shrew
1913 MSNS Faculty Photo 1923 The Model School 1925 - Heading Back to MSNS
Wellsboro Gazette, June 13, 1935, p7
Select Summer Staff at MSTC
College Announces Men and Women Who Will Teach Advance Courses
Mansfield, June 12 - The personnel of the Mansfield State Teachers College summer staff, composed entirely of regular faculty members is announced through the office of the dean of instruction. Under the general supervision of President William R. Straughn. Dr. Arthur Belknap will serve as dean of instructor; Miss Cora Atwater, as dean of women; Dr. Henry Olson, as  dean of men; Prof. Hugh Alger, as supervisor of the junior high school; Misses Mildred Grigsby and Edna Marsh, as supervisors of the training school; Miss Stella Doane, as librarian; Dr. John Doane, as physician.
On the teaching faculty will be Prof. George Cass, Miss Cornelia Cornish, Prof. Edward Cornish, Prof. John Curs, Dr. Isaac Doughton, Dr. Chester Feig, Prof. Herbert Grant, Miss Lorene Habeger, Prof. Herbert Manser, Prof. Kimble Marvin, Prof. James Morgan, Mrs. Grace Steadman, Miss Margaret O'Brien, Dr. Elizabeth Swan and Dr. Myron Webster. Also on the administrative staff will be Frederick Bauer, Miss Margaret Bunn, Charles Darrin, Miss Edna Hewson, Miss Helen Jupenlaz, Miss Laura Rehbem, Raymond Toylar[?] and Mrs. Victoria Theimann.
The summer session will begin on Monday, June 17 and end on Saturday, July 27.

Wellsboro Agitator, April 1, 1936, p.1
Faculty has Many Authors
Dr. Benjamin F. Andrews to Give Lecture at Mansfield Teachers College
Dr. Isaac Doughton, director of education at Mansfield State Teachers College, is the author of the article, "Some Dilemmas of Modern Public Education", in the latest volume of Problems In Teacher Training, a compilation of the proceedings of the 1935 Spring Conference of the Eastern-States Association of Professional Schools for Teachers edited by Dr. Alonzo Myers of New York University.
Dr. Benjamin J. Andrews will lecture on "Successful Family Life" when he appears at Mansfield Teachers College by arrangement with the home economics education department 9 a.m., Monday, April 6. Dr. Andrews is professor of economics at Teachers College, Columbia University, and has edited a number of textbooks on homemaking and allied arts.
The size and significance of the Mansfield State Teachers College faculty contribution to literature in education and other fields were shown by a display of monograph and textbooks which attracted much attention during the recent school fair. Included were works by William R. Straughn, president of the college; Dr. George A. Retan, director of the training school; Dr. Isaac Doughton, Prof. Irving T. Chatterton, Miss Cornelia Cornish, Dr. Clyde W. Gwinn, Dr. George H. McNair, Prof. Herbert Manser and Dr. Henry W. Ilson, of the secondary education department; and Dr. Will George Butler, of the music education department.

Faculty - Prospect Cemetery, Mansfield.................MSNS.........Professor
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CASS - George W. Cass, 75, retired Mansfield State Teachers College instructor died Friday, Oct. 8, 1954, following an extended illness. Mr. Cass was born May 11, 1879 at Nelson, PA the son of Marion Francis Cass and Susan Maria Baxter Cass. He attended the Nelson Graded School and in the fall of 1890, the family moved to Elkland, PA. George W. Cass was graduated from the Elkland High School in 1895, took post graduate work the following year and taught District School one year in Farmington Twp. In September 1899, he entered the Mansfield State Normal School and he took the college preparatory course. In September 1901 he entered Dickinson College, Carlisle, PA, where he took the classical courses and was graduated in 1905 with an A.B. degree. During his college career he was awarded Chemistry and Physics prizes. He was graduated with valedictory rank and initiated into the Dickinson Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa. From 1905 thru 1907 he was head of Latin Language and Literature at Union College, Barbourville, Kentucky. In 1907 he became a member of the faculty of Mansfield State Normal School. In 1908 he received his M.A. degree from Dickinson College. In 1924 he attended the summer session of Harvard University. He was a pioneer in Pennsylvania in the development of the sociology course. During his 34 years tenure the Normal School became a Teachers College. He spent several summers traveling as field representative for the college. He retired from active work in 1941. On August 9, 1906 he married J. Floy Sherwood of Mansfield, who died in 1910. In 1913 his mother came to live with him and he purchased the house at 96 St. James St., where he resided until 1953. His mother died in 1931, his father having died in 1908. For a number of years he was active in Masonry being Past Master of Arch Masons, Past Commander Tiadighton Commandery, Wellsboro and Past Thrice Potent Master of Coudersport Consistory. He was an elder in the Presbyterian Church for 39 years in Mansfield, having joined December 6, 1907. He was a life member of both the Pennsylvania State Education Association and of the Dickinson College Alumni Assn. He was also a member of the Grange for over 25 years. He is survived by a sister, Mrs. Eva Cass Jahn of Redlands, Calif.; a ward, Mrs. Janice Madigan Kennedy of Troy. Funeral was held Sunday at Shaw & Robena Funeral Home, the Rev. John R. Hays officiating. Burial was in Prospect Cemetery. Masonic committal service was held at the grave. - Mansfield Advertiser, October 1954
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