The History of Cheney State Normal School

History of the State 
Normal School At Cheney
Chapter 11, Part B

 

By Holice, Pam, and Deb

Extra special thanks to Holice B. Young for transcribing book.  The excellent work she does continues to help many researchers!  Thanks also, to Pam Rietsch, for sharing her books with genealogists!

 

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TABLE NO. VI

DEVELOPMENT OF WASHINGTON STATE SCHOOLS

YEAR

TEACHERS

ENROLLMENT

GRADUATES

1889-1890

16

320

---

1890-1891

36

693

48

1891-1892

44

1065

80

1892-1893

54

987

80

1893-1894

65

1540

179

1894-1895

81

1830

209

1895-1896

93

2340

388

1896-1897

93

2561

340

1897-1898

101

2630

367

1898-1899

110

3064

265

1899-1900

137

4186

382

1900-1901

173

4830

404

1901-1902

213

5633

521

1902-1903

255

6192

576

1903-1904

300

7202

652

1904-1905

346

9060

765

1905-1906

411

10919

817

1906-1907

488

13087

1020

1907-1908

619

14715

1317

1908-1909

723

17640

1519

1090-1910

876

19928

2711

1910-1911

962

22042

2077

1911-1912

1128

24534

2512

1912-1913

1226

27494

2675

1913-1914

1359

31321

3167

1914-1915

1457

32244

3788

1915-1916

1809

35265

4351

1916-1917

1959

37451

4750

1917-1918

1791

36985

2660

1918-1919

1612

37317

4025

1919-1920

1795

42419

5222

1920-1922

2093

54588

7256

 

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TABLE No. VII

DIPLOMAS AND CERTIFICATES

Awarded by the State Normal School at Cheney

Since the beginning of the quarter system.

Quarter

Graduate

4th yr

3rd.yr.

Two Yr.

Elem. Cert.

Life Dip.

Total

Fall, 1918

. . .

11

7

.

18

Winter, 1918-19

. . .

17

9

.

26

Spring 1918-19

.  

2

51

48

131

232

Summer, 1919

. . .

82

60

.

142

Fall, 1919

. . .

8

14

.

22

Winter, 1919-120

. . .

15

6

.

21

Spring, 1919-20

. . .

45

57

150

252

Summer, 1920

1

.

5

86

46

1

139

Fall, 1920

   

1

16

11

.

28

Winter, 1920-21

. .

1

19

4

.

24

Spring, 1920-21

. .

1

50

72

162

285

Summer, 1921

1

2

9

72

42

.

126

Fall, 1921

. . .

14

8

.

22

Winter, 1921-22

. . .

14

5

.

19

Spring, 1921-22

.

1

4

65

103

130

303

Summer, 1922

2

2

13

98

87

1

203

Fall, 1922

. .

1

27

13

.

41

Winter, 1922-23

.

1

1

31

8

.

41

Spring, 1922-23

.

3

7

95

173

161

439

TOTALS

4

9

45

819

773

736

2383

 

TABLE NO. VIII

LAND OWNED BY THE STATE NORMAL SCHOOL AT CHENEY

DESCRIPTION

PURPOSE

DATE ACQUIRED

COST

8.745 Acres in Cheney

Campus & Bldg

June 10, 1890*

Gift to State

Blocks 120-21, Cheney

Athletic Field

Nov. 18. 1907

$2,200.00

Lots 4, 5 Block 2, Cheney

Campus

June 7, 1913

400.00

Lot 5, Block 3, Cheney

Campus

Oct. 7, 1913

200.00

Lots 1-2-3, Block 2

Campus

Aug. 2, 1913

2,500.00

Lots 1-2-3-4, Block 3

Campus

July 21, 1913

2,800.00

Vacation of Alleys

Campus

Sept. 16, 1913

None

Lots 9-10, Block 3

Campus

March 27, 1915

1,850.00

Lot 8, Block 3

Campus

August 17, 1917

500.00

Lots 6-7, Block 2

Campus

May 17, 1918

5,000.00

Lots 1-2. Block 62

Senior Hall

April 29, 1919

2,400.00

Lots 3-4-5, Block 62

Senior Hall

May 8, 1919

2,400.00

Lots 6-7, Block 62

Senior Hall

June 16, 1919

2,250.00

Lots 9-10, Block 62

Senior Hall

June 16, 1919

1,900.00

Lot 8, Block 62

Senior Hall

Aug. 16, 1919

800.00

*Accepted by board of trustees, Aug. 18, 1890

 

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TABLE NO. IX

LAND INVENTORY, STATE NORMAL SCHOOL, CHENEY

(No depreciation upon land)

Year-April 1

Value

1915

$39,950.00

1916

39,950.00

1917

39,950.00

1918

45,450.00

1919

47,950.00

1920

57,700.00

1921

57.700.00

1922

57,700.00

1923

57,700.00

 

TABLE NO. X

Building Inventory, State Normal School, Cheney

Year (April 1)

Class "A"

Class "B"

Class "C"

1915

$277,070.00

$62,295.00

$2,000.00

1916

274,299.30

110,426.15

1,900.00

1917

271,588.60

123,557.30

1,800.00

1918

268,757.90

119,693.45

1,700.00

1919

265,987.20

115,829.60

3,600.00

1920

263,216.50

204,465.75

3,400.00

1921

260,445.80

199,101.90

2,500.00

1922

257,675.10

192,688.05

2,375.00

1923

254,904.40

186,274.20

2,250.00

Description as follows: Class "A" buildings, one per cent; Class "B" buildings, three per cent; Class "C" buildings, five per cent. Sutton Hall, dormitory for men, is not included in this table, for it will not become the property of the state until all of the bonds which were issued for its construction have been retired.

 

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TABLE NO. XI

ENROLLMENT FALL QUARTER, 1922, STATE NORMAL, CHENEY

County

Non-State Students

Adams

15

Idaho

44

Asotin

7

Oregon

21

Benton

3

Montana

10

Chelan

7

Wisconsin

1

Columbia

7

Alaska

1

Douglas

1

Massachusetts

1

Ferry

8

Texas

1

Franklin

2

North Dakota

2

Garfield

4

Minnesota

1

Grant

12

Colorado

1

King

3

Great Britain

2

Klickitat

5

. .

Lewis

2

Total

85

Lincoln

38

Men

86

Okanogan

1

Women

500

Pend Oreille

3

. .

Pierce

1

Total

586

Skagit

3

. .

Snohomish

2

Fourth Year

2

Spokane

256

Third Year

11

Stevens

28

Senior A

29

Thurston

1

Senior B

39

Walla Walla

16

Senior C

97

Whitman

16

Juniors

365

Yakima

5

Specials

43

Total

501

Total

586

 

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