Collier's New Encyclopedia (1921)/Pennsylvania State College

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PENNSYLVANIA STATE COLLEGE, a coeducational non-sectarian institution in State College, Pa.; founded in 1855; reported at the close of 1919: Professors and instructors, 350; students, 3,065; volumes in the library, 74,000; productive funds, $567,000; income, $1,165,877; president, Edwin Erle Sparks, Ph. D., LL. D.