Old Westbury NY: Feminist Press, (1981). First Edition. 8vo, pp. xxiii, 327. Illustrated with photographs. Includes a section on the teachers who went south to teach ex-slaves after the Civil War. Top edge slightly spotted, o/w a nice copy in little scuffed dj.
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NY: Pitman, 1967. 3rd printing. 8vo, pp. 189.VG in little stained dj. Holt feels that children have a natural style of learning that is warped or destroyed by later training.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1966. Baynes, Pauline. First printing. 8vo, pp. 148. Illustrated with photographs and with drawings by Pauline Baynes. Light green cloth. Top edges slightly soiled, o/w a VG tight copy in little chipped dj. Henry, Brooks and Charles Francis Adams as remembered by their niece.
NY: Longmans, Green, 1947. First Edition. 8vo, pp. xv, 274. Notes, index. Illustrated. A VG tight copy.
Cambridge MA: The Houghton Library, 1969. Square 8vo, pp. vii, 39. Published to accompany an exhibition of Erasmus' works. Introduction by James E. Walsh. Green paper wraps, printed in white, with embossed medallion on front. Cover very slightly faded at spine, o/w a nice copy.
London: Heinemann. First Edition. 8vo, pp. 191. Appendices, bibliography, indices. VG in somewhat chipped and soiled dj.
NY: Novello, Ewer, 1897. Small 8vo, pp. 30. Blue cloth, stamped in black. Owner's name on flyleaf. Little scuffed at corners and ends of spine, o/w a nice copy.
NY: Saturday Review, 1971. Periodical. Small 4to, pp. 76-86, 92-93. Paper wraps. A VG tight copy. Two articles: "Sexual stereotypes start early," by Howe, and " Woman's place is in the curriculum," by Trecker.
NY: McGraw-Hill, 1975. [Carnegie Commission on Higher Education Sponsored Research Studies]. 8vo, pp. 182. Paper wraps. Owner's signature on flyleaf, o/w VG. A volume of essays by Adrienne Rich, Arlie Russell Hochschild, Aleta Wallach and Florence Howe. All concern aspects of education as it relates to women.
Cambridge MA: Radclilffe, (1978). First Edition. 4to, pp. viii, 152. Notes, bibliography, index. Copiously illustrated. Red cloth. Top edges slightly soiled, donors' presentatiion on half-title, o/w a VG tight copy in somewhat soiled and slightly chipped dj.
NY: Columbia University, 1976. First Edition. 8vo, pp. x, 413. Notes, bibliography, index. Illustrated with portraits and drawings. Cover sllightly spotted, o/w a nice copy in little scuffed and faded dj. A history of the college.
NY: Institute for Labor Education and Research. 4to, pp. 15. With a message from Douglas A. Fraser. Illustrated with graphs. Paper wraps. Cover somewhat stained, o/w VG. A look at class war and a call for labor to stand up for its own gains.
NY: Viking, (2002). First printing. 8vo, pp. xix, 376. Suggested reading and sources, index. A nice copy in dj. Irons shows that the Supreme Court's rulings since Brown have revived the Jim Crow system in schools across the U.S.
Maude M. Jackson, 1901. Large 8vo, pp. xx, 316. Illustrated with drawings and color photographs. Yellow cloth, stamped in black and gilt, with color photo on front. Front hinge starting tender, cover soiled and scuffed at edges, o/w VG.
Toronto: Our Schools/Our Selves Education Foundation, (1992). 8vo, pp. v, 158. Paper wraps. Edges little soiled, o/w a VG tight copy.
Middletown CT: Center for the Study of Education and Politics, 1980. Periodical. 4to, pp. 40. Illustrated with several photographs. Paper wraps. Cover slightly soiled, o/w a nice coppy. Also contains, among other pieces, A College of One's Own, by Caroline Fenn (women's colleges); Our Bodies, Ourselves, by Dianne Piche (the...
NY: Augustus M. Kelley, (1970). First Edition. 8vo, pp. 224. Notes, index. Illustrated with photographs and maps. A Vg tight copy in little chipped and soiled dj. A realistic portrayal of elementary education in a varied county in the UK.
New York, NY: Harper & Brothers, (1946). 8vo., pp. 239. Reddishbrown cloth, owner's name and some scribbling on flyleaf, o/w VG. A discussion of the educational philosophy at Bennington and how it is applied.
Chapel Hill NC: University of North Carolina, (1980). 8vo, pp. xiii, 273. Appendices, notes, bibliography, index. Gray cloth. Edges somewhat spotted, o/w a VG tight copy in little chipped and scuffed dj. The experiences of the nearly 400 daughters of New England farmers and clergymen commissioned to teach in Georgia.
NY: Greenwood Press, 1968. Reprint og 1952 Cambridge edition. 8vo, pp. xi, 284. Notes, appendix, index. Frontis portrait and several illustrations. A nice copy.
Cambridge MA: Harvard, 1973. First Edition. 8vo, pp. xiv, 205. Bibliographical notes, index. Top edge slightly spotted, o/w a VG tight copy in somewhat worn dj. How public schools evolved in response to population growth, immigration, and the social problems posed by an expanding city.
Boston: Gambit, 1971. First Edition. 8vo, pp. 196. Ex-library with bookplate removed from the rear ep and a bookplate on the front paste-down, with drawn stamp. A very good copy in dj. Karagueuzian was a student at SF State College and was the student editor of student newspaper, the Gater...
New Haven: Yale, (1984). First printing. 8vo, pp. xviii, 270. Appendices, bibliography, index. Illustrated. Cover very slightly warped, o/w a nice copy in somewhat faded and slightly chipped dj. Letters, a diary, and reminiscences of women recruited in the mid-nineteenth century by the National Board of Popular Education to teach...
Philadelphia PA: Penn Publishing, 1909. 8vo, pp. 186. Paper wraps. Illustrated with drawings and diagrams. Owner's name on cover, some leaves dog-eared for reference, some inked notes on 5 pages, cover somewhat soiled and worn, o/w VG. For school use, mainly.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1989. First printing. 8vo, pp. 340. Near fine in dj. A school year with a fifth-grade teacher in Holyoke, Massachusetts. By the author of The Soul of a new machine, and House.