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Happy #TinyBookTuesday! Today we have The Child's Companion Vol. IX for 1831. Published by Religious Tract Society, 56 Paternoster Row.  
I found this super cool video that I have pitched as a Vialogue, and I wanted to share it! Digitization is an extremely time-consuming process. Large institutions need to devote years or even decades in order to digitize their enormous collections. The Smithsonian found a way to speed up this process: by using machines! For everything to be digitized within the Smithsonian through the slow method of individually digitizing each item, it would take somewhere close to 11,000 years to digitize each of the 138 million objects! The Smithsonian is currently digitizing a collection of about 60,00...
Happy #TinyBookTuesday! Today we have THE SQUIRREL from 1839 “written for the Mass. Sabbath School-Society and revised by the Committee of Publication” in No. 13 Cornhill, Boston, MA.
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Happy #TinyBookTuesday! Today we have THE SQUIRREL from 1839 "written for the Mass. Sabbath School-Society and revised by the Committee of Publication" in No. 13 Cornhill, Boston, MA.
After a two week hiatus, happy #TinyBookTuesday! Today we have Naomi, the Hindoo Widow from 1848 and published in Philadelphia, PA.
After a two week hiatus, happy #TinyBookTuesday! Today we have Naomi, the Hindoo Widow from 1848  and published in Philadelphia, PA.
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.
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.
#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.