The Spartan

The Spartan was the yearbook of of Drexel's Evening College in the mid-20th century. Starting in 1892, the Evening College offered classes geared toward working adults, including drawing, decorative painting, modeling, woodcarving, stained glass, mathematics, bookkeeping, stenography and typewriting, chemistry, physics, shop work in wood and iron, cookery, dressmaking, millinery, physical culture, economics, English and architecture. It still exists today as Goodwin College.

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The Spartan, 1956
The Spartan, 1956
This issue of The Spartan contains historical materials without abridgement or exclusions. For historical accuracy we have maintained the complete contents of each yearbook, which may include images or other content that is offensive and is not condoned by Drexel University.
The Spartan, 1954
The Spartan, 1954
This issue of The Spartan contains historical materials without abridgement or exclusions. For historical accuracy we have maintained the complete contents of each yearbook, which may include images or other content that is offensive and is not condoned by Drexel University.
The Spartan, 1953
The Spartan, 1953
This issue of The Spartan contains historical materials without abridgement or exclusions. For historical accuracy we have maintained the complete contents of each yearbook, which may include images or other content that is offensive and is not condoned by Drexel University.
The Spartan, 1952
The Spartan, 1952
This issue of The Spartan contains historical materials without abridgement or exclusions. For historical accuracy we have maintained the complete contents of each yearbook, which may include images or other content that is offensive and is not condoned by Drexel University.
The Spartan, 1950
The Spartan, 1950
This issue of The Spartan contains historical materials without abridgement or exclusions. For historical accuracy we have maintained the complete contents of each yearbook, which may include images or other content that is offensive and is not condoned by Drexel University.
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