Clarke School for the Deaf
Includes a list of Clarke School officers and teachers, the report of the corporation, principal's report, two reports of the Research Department, general information on the structure and history of the school, courses of study, catalogue of pupils, school calendar, description of the school's Normal program for instruction of teachers, photographs of students and facilities, and an excerpt from Massachusetts law regarding the education of the deaf. The report of the corporation, submitted by President William Allan Neilson, discusses student enrollment, plans to improve school facilities, progress of the Research Department. The principal's report, submitted by Principal Bessie N. Leonard, covers the appointment of the new president, William Allan Neilson, the publication of Caroline Yale's autobiography and history of the Clarke School, the admittance of a younger class of students, staff changeover, graduation, renovations, progress of the Research Department, the annual Summer School, and changeover in the Board of Trustees. The two reports of the Research Department summarize experimentation on lip-reading and deaf psychology, submitted by Fritz Heider, and hereditary deafness, submitted by Ruth Guilder.