In 1935, Lucy Sprague Mitchell established a tradition of leading student teachers on field trips to locations where they encountered issues of the day (e.g., the labor movement, poverty, and race relations). This collection documents the trips...
Travel; Women college students; Women college teachers; Women travelers
United States -- New York (State) -- New York; United States -- Tennessee; United States -- West Virginia
Highlights from this collection include diaries by two American women missionaries. Mary McCornack Thompson was a Presbyterian missionary and teacher with the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions in South Africa. Thompson's diaries...
Pacifists; Social life and Customs; Women missionaries; Women teachers; Women travelers
The Julius Rosenwald Foundation, working in collaboration with African American communities, built more than 5000 schools, shop buildings, and teachers' houses across the South between 1917 and 1932. In these oral history interviews, women and men...
African American schools; African American students; African American women teachers; African Americans -- Education; Julius Rosenwald Fund -- Buildings.; School buidlings; Segregation in education
United States -- South Carolina
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