The New Student's Reference Work/Atlanta University
Atlanta University. A non-sectarian institution founded in 1869 for the education of colored men and women. It is situated in Atlanta, Ga., and in 1910 had 400 students. The president is Horace Bumstead, D. D. The aims of the university are stated to be "to train talented negro youth to disseminate civilization among the untaught masses, and to educate teachers."