(Former social studies teacher, with varied collection or pre-1920 public school collection; no guides; only K-12)
- postcards of schools, teachers, students and other school views;
- correspondence by or about teachers and teaching;
- some student assignments, writing books, etc.
- some catalogs of school materials and furniture;
- rewards of merit;
- report cards;
- school souvenir booklets;
- some reports from Superintendents of Education, and others;
- some common school publications and
- miscellaneous items.
Home and school, which was the first Academy for African-American women, in the 1830s; has archival documents and links to other archives Read More
Yale University Library Manuscripts and Archives at Sterling Memorial Library holds collections related to the history of the University:
http://www.library.yale.edu/mssa// Read More
Archives and Special Collections at the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center holds the American Montessori Society Records, the largest Montessori organization in the U.S. and one of the largest in the world.
http://doddcenter.uconn.edu/asc/findaids/ams/MSS20060230.html Read More
Holds the Barnard Collection of approximately 7,000 eighteenth- and nineteenth-century textbooks and primary materials on the history of education, pedagogical theory, and American teaching practices:
http://www.trincoll.edu/LITC/Watkinson/collections/Pages/Education.aspx Read More
Items of interest, including the account books of Stephen Coit, merchant, who sold goods to Prudence Crandall, teacher in Connecticut
http://manuscripts.wordpress.com/2009/11/24/rose-paper-and-a-bottle-of-ink/ Read More