Subseries RG 1 - Wheat City Business College

Wheat City Business College Class of 1906-1907 Wheat City Business College – 1920 Wheat City Business College – 1909 Wheat City Business College Football Team – 1908 Wheat City Business College Class of 1905-6 The Wheat City Business College Class of 1904-05

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Wheat City Business College

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This subseries is an artifically created record group within the Education Series of the Brandon and Area Photograph Collection

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CA DHM BAPC-4-RG 1

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  • 1904-1960 (Creation)
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    Wheat City Business College

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6 photographic images

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(1904-1960)

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Wheat City Business College was established in 1904 by J.W. Beveridge and F.E. Werry, former instructors from the commercial department of Brandon College. It was originally located in the Commercial Building on 10th Street, owned by Hughes and Company. The college continued to operate until the late 1960s.

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Photographs in this record group fall under the general heading of the activities of the Wheat City Business College from 1904-1960.

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