COGBURN, BENJAMIN STILL

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Papers, personal.
Describes the entrance exam in 1886 and the strict system of grading and conduct. Provides examples of keen attention to duty.
Expenses for tuition, uniform, shoes, meals are described in detail as well as the academic year (Oct. 1-July 1). Mentions James Coleman winning the Best Drilled Cadet in the U.S. at the Louisiana Exposition.

Title: "The Class of 1890 at The Citadel" by Benjamin Still Cogburn.

AF Cogburn

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