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1889

Clarke School for the Deaf

Twenty-Second Annual Report of the Clarke Institution for Deaf-Mutes, 1889

Northampton (Mass.) - Includes image of Alice E. Worcester, report of the corporation by Lewis J. Dudley, financial statement, report of the Principal, prizes, courses of study, catalogue of pupils, Alice E. Worcester obituary, resolutions passed by the Board of Corporations of Clarke Institution, terms of admission, and Massachusetts Law in Regard to the Education of Deaf-Mutes. Alice E. Worcester, Association Principa... more

Clarke School for the Deaf Records

1884

Clarke School for the Deaf

Seventeenth Annual Report of the Clarke Institution for Deaf-Mutes, 1884

Northampton (Mass.) - Includes the report of the corporation by President Lewis J. Dudley, financial statement, report by Principal Harriet B. Rogers, courses of study, order of the day, names of pupils, terms of admission, and compositions of the graduating class. Dudley explains that Clarke School's goal is to obliterate demarcation between hearing and deaf people and why the term "dumb" should no longer be used to e... more

Clarke School for the Deaf Records

1890

Clarke School for the Deaf

Twenty-Third Annual Report of the Clarke Institution for Deaf-Mutes, 1890

Northampton (Mass.) - Includes images of buildings, report of the corporation by Lewis J. Dudley, receipts and expenditures, report of the principal, prizes, courses of study, catalogue of pupils, terms of admission, and Massachusetts Law in Regard to Education of Deaf Mutes. There was an outbreak of diphtheria and sore throat this year, one ten year old child died. Clarke School has lost teachers to marriage and illn... more

Clarke School for the Deaf Records

1888

Clarke School for the Deaf

Twenty-First Annual Report of the Clarke Institution for Deaf-Mutes, 1888

Northampton (Mass.) - Includes pictures of buildings, report of the corporation by Lewis J. Dudley, financial statement, report of the principal by Caroline A. Yale, prizes, courses of study, catalogue of pupils, terms of admission, and Massachusetts Law in Regard to the Education of Deaf-Mutes. It takes deaf children four years to reach the same stage as when a hearing child starts school. This leaves only six more ye... more

Clarke School for the Deaf Records

1882

Clarke School for the Deaf

Fifteenth Annual Report of the Clarke Institution for Deaf Mutes, 1882

Northampton (Mass.) - The Fifteenth Annual Report includes the Report of the Corporation by F. B. Sanborn, Financial Statement, Report of the Principal by Harriet B. Rogers, Courses of Study, Names of Pupils, Order of the Day, Terms of Admission, and Compositions of the Graduating Class. Sanborn discusses the principals upon which the Clarke School is conducted. The children at the Clarke School will be able ... more

Clarke School for the Deaf Records

1885

Clarke School for the Deaf

Eighteenth Annual Report of the Clarke Institution for Deaf-Mutes, 1885

Northampton (Mass.) - Includes report of the corporation by Lewis J. Dudley, financial statement, report by Principal Caroline A. Yale, courses of study, names of pupils, terms of admission, and discussion of visual speech by Alice E. Worcester. Dudley reports that Principal Harriet B. Rogers has been ill this year so Caroline A. Yale has become the Acting Principal, shares responses to the 1884 annual report which arg... more

Clarke School for the Deaf Records

1894

Clarke School for the Deaf

Twenty-Seventh Annual Report of the Clarke Institution for Deaf Mutes, 1894

Northampton (Mass.) - Includes the report of the corporation by President Lewis J. Dudley, receipts and expenditures, principal's report by Caroline A. Yale, courses of study, catalogue of pupils, terms of admission, Massachusetts Law in Regard to Education of Deaf Mutes Dudley explains that the Clarke School has more pupils than ever before and they are running out of room for students. They are finishing a new buildi... more

Clarke School for the Deaf Records

1893

Clarke School for the Deaf

Twenty-Sixth Annual Report of the Clarke Institution for Deaf-Mutes, 1893

Northampton (Mass.) - Includes images of buildings, report of the corporation by Lewis J. Dudley, receipts and expenditures, report of the principal by Caroline A. Yale, prizes, courses of study, catalogue of pupils, terms of admission, and Massachusetts Law in Regard to Education of Deaf Mutes. The Clarke School had the largest number of pupils this year, the children were split in to three different groups to help wi... more

Clarke School for the Deaf Records

1891

Clarke School for the Deaf

Twenty-Fourth Annual Report of the Clarke Institution for Deaf-Mutes, 1891

Northampton (Mass.) - Includes images of buildings, report of the corporation by Lewis J. Dudley, Address by the President Preliminary to the Graduating Exercises, receipts and expenditures, report of the principal by Caroline A. Yale, prizes, courses of study, catalogue of pupils, terms of admission, and Massachusetts Law in Regard to Education of Deaf Mutes. Gardiner Greene Hubbard and Caroline A. Yale are the two ... more

Clarke School for the Deaf Records

1887

Clarke School for the Deaf

Twentieth Annual Report of the Clarke Institution for Deaf-Mutes, 1887

Northampton (Mass.) - Include the report of the corporation by Lewis J. Dudley, financial statement, report of the principal by Caroline A. Yale, prizes, courses of study, terms of admission, list of all past pupils and their occupation, and chapter 179 of a Massachusetts Law in Regard to the Education of Deaf-Mutes. In 1817 the first American school for deaf children was founded. Hartford used signs to teach and all o... more

Clarke School for the Deaf Records