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College News and Departmental Notes: Household Arts


by Departmental notes - 1916

During February, March and April a very interesting series of evening lectures was offered to those interested in the teaching of household arts in vocational schools. The lecturers were Mrs. Mary Schenck Woolman, formerly director of the Manhattan Trade School for Girls and professor of domestic art in Teachers College; Miss Cleo Murtland, director of woman’s work in the Society for the Promotion of Industrial Education; Miss Mary Allinson, Miss Nellie Smith and others. From the staff of Teachers College, Professors Kinne, Cooley, Fales, Gunther and Miss Wilmot also spoke. The lectures were grouped in three main divisions; the first dealing with general vocational problems, the second with the teaching of sewing and dress-making, and the third with foods and cookery.


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 17 Number 3, 1916, p. 285-286
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 6328, Date Accessed: 7/15/2019 2:32:52 PM

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