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 Teacher Education Department, and photographs of students and facilities. The report of the corporation, submitted by Grace Coolidge, covers the student enrollment, updates to hearing aid equipment, and an incident in which a Clarke student saved a drowning boy. The principal's report, submitted by Principal George T. Pratt, discusses the history of the school and importance of deaf education, modifications to classrooms and facilities, student enrollment, personnel, progress of the research department, the Clarke School's Parent Conference, and the Alumni Association. The reports of the Research Department concern the acoustic training project and research into experimental phonetics and hereditary deafness.