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Research: Grace Hoadley Dodge 

Grace Hoadley Dodge is remembered for her committed effort to improving the lives of impoverished women and children. Ms. Dodge established the Industrial Education Association in 1884. This association was founded to teach the industrial arts to both male and female children. Ms. Dodge worked hard to ensure that the association provided students with practical …

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Research: 9 University Place 

9 University Place was the first location of the Horace Mann School, a coeducational experimental and developmental unit of Teachers College, Columbia University. In 1901 the school moved to 120th street in Morningside Heights. For more information on the Horace Mann School please click here.

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MCNY Historic New York City Photo Collection 

The Museum of the City of New York recently posted a collection of it's historical photographs online.  View the full gallery here.

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Research: Horace Mann School 

Horace Mann School was founded by Nicholas Murray Butler in 1887 as a coeducational experimental and developmental unit of Teachers College, Columbia University. In 1947, it became an independent day school for boys in grades seven through twelve. The reestablishment of coeducation was accomplished through mergers with the New York School for Nursery Years  in …

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Research: The Speyer School 

Speyer School Speyer School was an outgrowth of a ''free kindergarten'' established by St. Mary's Episcopal Church, at 521 West 126th Street. In 1899, the church joined with Columbia's Teachers College to expand the school to include grade-school pupils of what then was a lower middle-class neighborhood. It was funded in 1901 by James Speyer, …

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