Annual Report and Documents of the New York Institution for the Instruction of the Deaf and Dumb, Volume 1899
Vol. 26- includes the report on the schools for the deaf and dumb in central and western Europe by Rev. George E. Day.
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a.m.—Recreation AMERICAN MANUAL ALPHABET applicant Arithmetic Average awarded Barrager Berry Board of Directors boys Buckingham Burchard Burdick ceiling chapel Charles Wesley Committee connection with dining Deaf and Dumb Deaf-Mutes Dear S1r dining room duties Edward Enoch Henry Curr1er Ethel R. C. Caparn examination of Grade FANCHER Fanwood father Females Florence G. S. Smith Forsythe friends Gallaudet Gardner Gow's Manners graduated gymnasium Hall Hanmer Harriett herewith present honor Ida Montgomery Inst1tut1on Instructors IO.O Isaac Lewis Peet James McBride Jones June kindergarten Language lavatory Lena Lip Reading Louise Steadman Mabel Manners & Morals mind Myra NAMES OF PUPILS p.m.—Chapel p.m.—Prepare p.m.—Recreation painted parents Practice names present our report President Principal prizes Prudence Public Instruction Rank Resolved Respectfully submitted S1r We herewith Speech Stella Stoddard Superintendent of Public taught by Misses Thomas Thou tion Townsend Washington Heights William G York City York Institution