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" The men in the shops, both foremen and workmen, have evinced considerable interest in the apprentice schools, and there has been a demand for evening schools to give them the same advantages. In response to this, evening schools have been started at a... "
Proceedings of the American Street and Interurban Railway Association ... - Page 117
by American Street and Interurban Railway Association - 1908
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Bread-and-butter Studies and Their Relation to the Higher Education of ...

William Ripper - Education, Higher - 1906 - 12 pages
...with the system, especially the arrangement for evening classes for employees other than apprentices. The men in the shops, both foremen and workmen, have...give them the same advantages. In response to this sentiment on the' part of employees evening schools have been started at McKees Rocks, Elkhart, Jackson,...
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Labor Bulletin, Issues 45-55

Massachusetts. Dept. of Labor and Industries. Division of Statistics - Working class - 1907
...approval of all concerned and has received an enthusiastic response from the apprentices themselves. The men in the shops, both foremen and workmen, have...considerable interest in the apprentice schools and have manifested a desire for evening schools at which they may receive similar instruction. Several...
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Statistics of Land Grant Colleges and Universities

United States. Office of Education - Agricultural colleges - 1908
...with the system, especially the arrangement for evening classes for employees other than apprentices. The men in the shops, both foremen and workmen, have...give them the same advantages. In response to this sentiment on the part of employees evening schools have been started at McKees Rocks, Elkhart, Jackson,...
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Bulletin, Issues 1-8

United States. Office of Education - 1908
...with the system, especially the arrangement for evening classes for employees other than apprentices. The men in the shops, both foremen and workmen, have...give them the same advantages. In response to this sentiment on the part of employees evening schools have been started at McKees Rocks, Elkhart, Jackson,...
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Annual Report of the Bureau of Labor Statistics of ..., Volume 26, Part 1907

New York (State). Bureau of Labor Statistics - Labor - 1909
...installed at the greater number of the shops by using talent already in the service of the company. The men in the shops, both foremen and workmen, have evinced considerable interest in the apprentice school, and there has been a demand for evening schools to give them the same advantages. In response...
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Bulletin, Issues 1-14

Education - 1908
...with the system, especially the arrangement for evening classes for employees other than apprentices. The' men in the shops, both foremen and workmen, have...give them the same advantages. In response to this sentiment on the part of employees evening schools have been started at McKees Rocks, Elkhart, Jackson,...
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Railway Locomotives and Cars, Volume 81

Railroad engineering - 1907
...13t. * One of these clerks is from the engineering department. Evening Classes for the Other Employes. The men in the shops, both foremen and workmen, have...1907, and Collinwood, February, 1907. These classes are open to all of the employees. At all of the points, except Elkhart and McKees Rocks, they meet...
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