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Stitch in Time 

Today's hidden treasures: pages from a sewing manual unearthed in the archives, and related photographs from the historical collection. (more…)

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Items in Their Natural Habitat: Aptitude Tests, Lowenfeld 

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Items in Their Natural Habitat: Maryland Workshop for the Blind 

A photograph of the Maryland Workshop for the Blind ca. 1910, from the Maryland Historical Society Photographs.

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Items in Their Natural Habitat: Cremin 

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Items in Their Natural Habitat: Pile Internationale 

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Items in Their Natural Habitat: Postcard 

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Items in Their Natural Habitat: The Times Magazine Page 

American Educators Recognize in Dr. Montessori's Method Certain Limitations That Bar It From Complete Acceptance

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Pictures of The Teachers College Yearbook from 1926 

One day I was on a mission to look for the Teachers College Yearbooks in our Archival area, I was expecting to find a whole bunch of yearbooks, but instead I only found one. So I decided to whip out the old camera and take some pics to share with everyone here. This Teachers College …

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Items in Their Natural Habitat: The Brick 

No. 10 South St. London The Home of Miss Florence Nightingale 1879-1910 From whence she gave of herself - to all - of her sympathy - of her experience.. Therefore........we are debtors.

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Items in Their Natural Habitat: The Rock 

*According to the famous Frank Webster archives tour, the rock was discovered way back in the 1890's when they were digging the foundation for the main building. The old-timey construction workers reached a piece of the bona fide Manhattan bedrock that they simply couldn't remove so they built a room around it. Today it stands …

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Items in Their Natural Habitat: Copperplates & Peace Corps 

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Items in Their Natural Habitat: Mrs. Inouye 

"Mrs. Inouye, received an M.A. from T.C. in '47"

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