Happy #TinyBookTuesday! I am sad to say this is my last Tiny Book with EdLab. BUT I am happy to present this tiny treasure from 1840! It is a handwritten diary/scrapbook with a furry surprise at the end!
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Happy #TinyBookTuesday! Today we have The Image-Boys, abridged from the French of Rev C. Malan of Geneva. This tiny book was published in 1830 by the American Tract Society at 150 Nassau-Street, New York.
Happy #TinyBookTuesday ! After a two week hiatus, we are back with A Golden Treasury of Beauty and Wisdom, Personal Growth Leaflet Number 21 by Joy Elmer Morgan. This little treasure was published in 1947 by Journal of the National Education Association.
Happy #TinyBookTuesday! Today we have "How to Become Rich, a Book for the Young Men of America" from 1878. This tiny, but wealthy book, was published by Tousey & Small Publishers on 116 Nassau Street, New York.
Happy #FoodFriday from TC Archives! Here we have a group of children from the Horace Mann School cooking outside! The image dates circa 1900, the photographer is unknown. Image is courtesy of PocketKnowledge.
#ThrowBackThursday at Teachers College! Here we have a class of First Graders posing outside and dressed as Native Americans from 1906. The photographer is unknown and the photograph is courtesy of PocketKnoweldge.
Happy #TinyBookTuesday ! Here we have Little Things Not to be Despised published by the American Sunday-School Union in Philadelphia from 1860. !<img …
Spring has sprung! Check out the #TBT of TC Gardens and Greenhouse from c.1900-1905. The gardens are located at the main building and the photo is facing East. The image is courtesy of PocketKnowledge and the photographer is unknown.
Happy #TinyBookTuesday! Something Wanted from the London Edition. This little book was published in 1812, "Boston: Mass. Sabbath School Society, Depository No. 13 Cornhill." <img class="alignnone wp-image-2389 size-medium" src="" …
Check out this fashion plate from Belle Northrup's A Short Description of Historic Fashion, part of the Teachers College faculty collection! Northrup was an Instructor in Fine Arts at TC throughout the 1920s-30s, and taught courses in Costume Arts. In fact, the sketches in Mary Elizabeth McNeeley Costume Drawings Collection were produced in one of Belle Northrup's …
Happy #TinyBookTuesday ! Today we have Heydon's First Spelling Book: Being an Easy Instruction to Spelling. This tiny book was published in 1853, London, United Kingdom. <img class="alignnone wp-image-2369 size-medium" src="" …
Happy #TinyBookTuesday ! Here we have Warne's Bijou Books. Cricket by Frederic Wood, author of "'The Cricket Book,' 'Football' etc.". This tiny book was published in 1866 by Frederick Warne and Co., Bedford-Street, Covent-Garden, London.
Happy #TinyBookTuesday ! Today's little book is titled: Cobb's First Book, or Introduction to the Spelling-Book. Designed for the use of Small Children. Published in 1836 by William E. Chapman in Oxford, N.Y.