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After receiving her B.S. degree from Teachers College in 1914, she taught at the Speyer School, a laboratory school operated by Teachers College in cooperation with the Board of Education of New York City. She joined Teachers College staff as an instructor in 1916 and was appointed as...
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Portrait Of May B. Van Arsdale, Teachers College On a fortunate day in the fall of 1897 two young assistants were unintentional witnesses of an historic event—the welcome to Teachers College of James Earl Russell by Miss Grace Dodge. Little did we realize at the time that that...
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April is cherry blossom season! The Brooklyn Botanic Garden has a great map to show you when their cherry blossom trees are blooming and has a program celebrating Japanese culture at the end of the month. The New York Botanical Garden also has cherry blossoms, including those in Cherry Valley near the Peggy Rockefeller Rose Garden. [caption id="attachment_1197" align="aligncenter" width="800" caption="Japan D&T, Cherry Blossom Time (c.1920)"]
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Portrait Of Miss Lucetta Daniell, Teachers College. (May 1915) Miss Lucetta Daniell, Welfare Director, retired this year after forty-one years of sterling service. She grew up with Teachers College. Most expertly and most competently she directed the social life and cared for ...
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Italy, A beautiful Italian sunset (c.1920)
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Early Spring or Late Winter-Tapping a Maple Tree. (c.1920), by Rothman Administrator
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From IMLS Digital Collections &...
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[caption id="attachment_1159" align="aligncenter" width="800" caption="Patrick Playing His Violin (1968), by Quentin Blake"][/caption] Quentin Blake is an English cartoonist, illustrator, and children's writer best known for his collaborations with Roald Dahl. This...
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Arthur Wesley Dow was an established painter. He was a well renowned teacher. During his teaching career Wesley Dow taught Georgia O'Keeffe. To learn more about Arthur Wesley Dow, click here. The library has a great digital collection of artwork completed by Arthur Wesley Dow's students. Included in the collection is this image of a bird.