Long Island Sound on the way from New London to Orient Point
|Ballroom at the Hotel Fort Des Moines in Des Moines, Iowa, site of the|
1921 convention of the National Education Association
|Fred Hunter was a rising star in the|
field of public school education.
|Excerpt from the NEA's 1921 Report on the Negro in Rural|
Education and Country Life. Utter indifference among those
who could have made a difference.
|Some of the charts concerning student health which|
appeared in the 1921 NEA convention program
|Dr. Frederick Maurice Hunter|
|The H. W. Wilson Company produced The Debaters |
Handbook Series between 1910 and about 1950.
|Halsey W. Wilson|
| The Eight-Year Study was published|
in 1942 in five volumes.
|Wedged between two buildings at the Melrose station|
along the Metro North line to North White Plains
|Edith May Penney, passport photo, 1930s|
|Edith and Aura Phelps, center and right;|
University of Minnesota yearbook (1907)
|University of Minnesota (1911)|
|H.W. Wilson Company Bookstore, circa 1900|
|Some New York newsstands still use wooden blocks to keep|
papers from blowing away. The Sun ceased publication in 1950.
|William Henry Harrison framed by an oval|
|Cleveland Plain Dealer, circa World War I|
|Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 1897|
| Jackson Clarion-Ledger|
Jackson, Mississippi, 1912
|Census taker (lower right) with American Indians, 1910|
|Woman census taker in Chinatown,|
New York City, 1920
|Alfred Stieglitz's iconic photograph of |
immigrants, The Steerage (1907)
(Permission of the Getty Trust)
|The census became a metaphor, as in this compelling|
1922 poem by the radical writer and activist James Rorty.
|This 1911 book was one in a series about|
boys' adventures in various professions.