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Encyclopedia of Baldwin Wallace University History: Personnel - J

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◄ Encyclopedia of Baldwin Wallace University History: Personnel - H

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James, Alberta E.

Citation: Thomas. A. Stiger, ed., The X Ray (Berea, OH: Baldwin University, 1896), p. 22.

Miss Alberta E. James, the present instructor in the Art Department, was born in Berea, Ohio, on December 4th, 1867. Having received the elements of art from various Cleveland and Berea instructors, she was, at an early age, sent to Manchester, Iowa, where for three years she continued her work under the direct supervision of a student of French art and a graduate of the Boston Art School. Returning to her home in Berea, she occupied two years with work under Cleveland specialists, and in the fall of 1887 she accepted the position in Baldwin University which she now holds.