John Sutton Hall, Indiana Normal School, Indiana, PA, circa 1910.
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Credit: Courtesy of Millersville University, Helen A. Ganser Library, Archives and Special Collections

By 1900, fourteen state normal schools were spread geographically throughout the Commonwealth. Like the facility in Indiana, PA, these institutions gradually evolved into teachers colleges and then comprehensive liberal arts universities. Today, Indiana University of Pennsylvania is the only school in the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education to offer Ph.Ds.

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