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XIV.—Superintendents Of Schools Fob The Deak.
Little Rock, Ark
Colorado Springs, Colo.
St. Augustine, Fla
Cave Spring, Ga
Council Bluffs, Iowa...
Baton Rouge, La
Trenton, N. J
Santa Fe, N. Mex
Albany, N. Y
Alabama School for the Deaf
Alabama School for the Deaf (negro)
University of Arizona, Department for the Deaf.
Arkansaw Deaf-Mute Institute
Arkansas Deaf-Mute Institute (negro)
California Institution for the Deaf and the Blind.
Colorado School for the Deaf and the Blind
American School, at Hartford, tor the Deaf
Mystic Oral School for the Deaf
Columbia Institution for the Deaf
Gallaudet College for the Deaf1
Kendall School for the Deaf1
Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind
Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind (negro).
Georgia School for the Deaf
Georgia School for the Deaf (negro)
Idaho State School for the Deaf and the Blind...
Illinois School for the Deaf
Indiana State School for the Deaf
Iowa School for the Deaf
Kansas School for the Deaf
Kentucky School for the Deaf
Kentucky School for the Deaf (negro)
Louisiana State School for the Deaf
Maine School for the Deaf
Man land School for the Deaf and Dumb
Maryland School for the Colored Blind and Deaf. New England Industrial School for Deaf Mute;.
Clarke School for the Deaf1
Boston School for the Deaf
Michigan School for the Deaf
Minnesota School for the Deaf
Institution for the Deaf and Dumb
Institution for the Deaf and Dumb (negro)
Missouri School for the Deaf
Missouri School for the Deaf (negro)
Montana School for the Deaf and the Blind
Nebraska School for the Deaf
New Jersey School for the Deaf
New Mexico Asylum for the Deaf and Dumb
Albany Home School for the Oral Instruction of the Deaf.
Le Couteulx St. Mary's Institution for the Improved Instruction of Deaf Mutes.'
Northern New York Institution for Deaf Mutes.
Association for the Improved Instruction of Deaf Mutes.'
New York Institution for the Instruction of the Deaf and Dumb.
Western New York Institution for Deaf Mutes..
Central New York Institution for Deaf Mules...
St. Joseph's Institute for the Improved Instruction of Deaf Mutes.2
North Carolina School for the Deaf and Dumb..
State School for the Blind and the Deaf (negro)..
North Dakota School for the Deaf
Ohio State School for the Deaf
Oklahoma School for the Deaf
Institute for Deaf. Blind, and Orphans (negro)...
Oregon School for Deaf Mutes
Home for tho Training in Speech of Deaf Children Before They Are of School Age.
Pennsylvania Institution for the Deaf and Dumb.
De Paul Institute for Deaf Mutes1
Pennsylvania Oral School for the Deaf
Western Pennsylvania Institution for the Instruction of tho Deaf and Dumb.
Rhode Island Institute for the Deaf
South Carolina Institution for the Education of the Deaf and the Blind.
South Carolina Institution for the Education of the Deaf and the Blind (negro).
South Dakota School for the Deaf
Tennessee I leaf and Dumb School
Tennessee Deaf and Dumb School (negro)
J. H. Johnson, LL. D.
Henry C. White.
L. E. Milligan.
Frank It. Wheeler, M. A.
A. H. Walker.
Weslev O. Connor.
W. E. Taylor, M. A.
W. S. Holmes.
J. Stuart Morrison.
n. J. Monzemcr, M. A.
Sister Mary Anne Burke.
Edward C. Rider.
Enoch Henry Currier.
7.. F. Westervclt, LL. D.
K. McKay Goodwin.
A. L. E. Crouter.
Sister Mary Cecilia.
Kate n. Fish.
Wm. N. But t, Ph. D.
Edwin 0. Hurd. M. A. N. F. Walker, LL. D.
Howard W. Simpson.
1 Department of Columbia Institution for the Deaf.
'School is under private management, but receives State pupils.
XIV.—Superintendents Op Schools For The Deaf—Continued. 1.—STATE SCHOOLS—Continued.
XV.—Superintendents Of Schools For The Feeble-minded. 1. -STATE SCHOOLS.
Eldridge, Cal. Ridge, Colo...
Fort Wayne, lnd. Glenwood, Iowa.. Winfleld, Kans.... Frankfort, Ky
West Pownal, Me.. Owings Mills, Md..
Laconia, N. H
Skillman, N. J
Name of institution.
Sonoma State Homo
State Home and Training School for Mental Defectives.
Connecticut School for Imbeciles 1
Lincoln Slate School and Colony
Indiana School for Feeble-Minded Youth
Iowa Institution for Feeble-Minded Children
State Home for Feeble-Minded
Kentucky Institution for Feeble-Minded Children.
Maine School for Feeble-Minded
Maryland Training School for Feeble-Minded
Massachusetts School for the Feeble-Minded
Wrentham State School
Michigan Home for Feeble-Minded and Epileptic
Minnesota School for Feeble-Minded and Colony for Epileptics.
Missouri Colony for Feeble-Minded and Epileptics.
Montana Training School for Backward Children. Nebraska Institution for Feeble-Minded Youth.. New Hamp-hire School for Feeble-Minded Children.
New Jersey State Village for Epileptics
i Under private managment, but receives Stai« pupils.
XV.—Superintendents Of Schools For The Feeble-minded—Continued.
Red Oak, Iowa.
Farmdale, Ky... Baltimore, Md
East Orleans, Mass
P. O.), Mich. Kalamazoo, Mich.
Newburgh, N. Y
Saratoga Springs, N. Y..
Philadelphia (4813 Warrington Ave.), Pa. Sharon Hill, Pa
Falls Church, Vs
lake Geneva, Wis. Watertown, Wis...
. "Beverly Farm" Home and School for Nervous I and Backward Children. . Powell School for Backward and Nervous Children.
.1 The Stewart Home and School
"Gelston Heights" Private School for FeebleMinded.
The Terrace Home School for Backward and
Nervous Children. "Elm Hill" Private Home and School for
Feeble-Minded. Ivy Lodge School for Backward and Delicate Girls.
Reed School for Nervous and Backward Children St. Anthony's School for Feeble-Minded and Backward Children. . Wilbur Home and School for the FeebleMinded.
.1 The Baker School
Emmans Asylum for Epileptics and FeebleMinded.
Miss Compton's School for Children of Retarded Mentality.
"The Larches" Educational Sanitarium for Mental Defectives.
Bancroft Training School
Seguin Physiological School for Children of Arrested Mental Development and Backward Children.
The Sycamore Farm Home School
Miss Oopeland's School /or Mentallv Defective
The Brookwood School for Nervous and Back-
Miss McGrew's School for Boys of Defective
Bristol-Nelson Physiological School for SubNormal Children.
Texas School for Defectives
Virginia Home and Training School for FeebleMinded and Epileptics.
The St. Colette, Institute
"Oak Leigh" Educational Sanitarium
Lutheran Home for Fceble-Minded
Wm. H. C. Smith, M. D.
Vclura E. Powell, M. D.
John P. Stewart, M. D.
Mrs. Ellen C. Dresser.
Mrs. S. P. Wilbur.
Laura B. Baker.
Rev. J. W. Frankenfeld.
Fanny A. Compton.
Mrs. Elise Gordon.
E. A. Farringlon, M. D.
Susan E. Copeland.
Rachel W. Brewster.
Grace Biddle de Quelin.
Anna L. McGrew.
T. O.Maxwell, M. D.
Sisters of St. Francis AsslsL
XVI.—Directors Of Schools Op Art. . (List furnished by the American Federation of Arts.)
Name of institution.
DISTRICT Or COLUMBIA
California School of Arts and Crafts (2119 Allston Way).
University of California, Department or Architecture.
Los Angeles School of Art and Design (6th and
Alvarado Sts.). University of South California, College of Fine
Arts (201 S. Ave. 66). California School of Design (affiliated with the
University of California). San Francisco Architectural Club (126 Post St.). State Norma! School of Manual Arts and Home
Fine Arts Academy of Denver (31 East 18th Ave.).
Students'School of Art (1311 Pearl St.)
Flaggy Night School of Drawing for Men (39 Pearl
Old Lyme Art Class
Yale School of the Fine Arts, Yale University
Norwich Free Academy
Arts and Crafts School (1711-1713 New York Ave.) Corcoran School of Art (17th St. and New York Ave.).
Art Institute of Chicago (Lake Front, opposite Adams St.).
Chicago Academy of Fine Arts (81 E. Madison St.).
School of Applied and Normal Art (310 Han-ester Building, 312 Michigan Ave.).
University of Chicago, School of Education, Department of Aesthetic and Industrial Education (Corner Kitnbark and 59th Sts.).
James Milliken University, School of Fine and Applied Arts.
Illinois Woman's College, Art School
Bradley Polytechnic Institute, School of Arts and Sciences.
University of Illinois, School of Architecture
Art School of the John TIcrron Art Institute (Pennsylvania and 16th Sts.).
College of Fine Arts, Department of (iraphic and Plastic Arts, State University of Iowa.
II. Sophie Newcomb Memorial College, School of Art.
Tulane University, College of Technology
Commonwealth Art Colony, Summer School (32SummerSt.; Providence K. I.,lnwintcr).
Monhegan Summer School of Metal Work (University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis., in winter).
The School of Fine Arts, L. D. Sweat Memorial (corner Spring and High Sts.).
Charcoal Club, Art School (N. E. Corner Howard
and Franklin Sts.). Maryland Institute, Schools of Art and Design
(Mt. Royal Ave. and Lanvalo St.). Pond Applied Art Studios (928 N. Charles St.)..
Frederick H. Meyer, director.
John Galen Howard,director.
L. E. Garden Macleod, direc tor.
William L. Judson, director.
Robert H. Fletcher, director.
Tobias Bearwold, director.
Abigail Holman, director.
Charles Noel Flagg, director.
Alon Bement, instructor.
Eva R. Schroeder, director.
William M. R. French, di-
Walter Sargent, professor in charge.
Wm. M. Hekking, director.
Nellie A. Knopf, director. Theodore C. Burgess, director.
Fredrick M. Munn, director.
Harold H.Brown, director.
Charles Atherton Cumming, director.
Ellsworth Woodward, director.
C. N. Curtis, director, dept. of architecture.
Asa G. Randall, director.
William II. Vanuim, instructor.
Alfred H. SchroQ", director.
S. Edwin Whitemau, director.
Charles Yardley Turner, director. Thco. H. Pond, director.
American Institute of Normal Methods (Huntington Ave. and Gainsl>orough St.).
Eric PapeSchoolof Art (Massachusetts Ave. and Boylston St.).
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of Architecture.
Massachusetts Normal Art School (corner Exeter and Newbury Sts.).
School of Fine Arts. Crafts, and Decorative Design (102 Fenway St.).
School of the Museum of Fine Arts (Huntington Ave.).
Harvard University, Department of Architecture (Robinson nail).
Harvard University, Department of Landscape Architecture.
Harvard University, Division of Fine Arts
Harvard University, Summer School of Fine Arts.
Bransto k Summer School of Art
State Norma] School
Swain Free School of Design
Cape Cod Summer School of Art
Martha's Vineyard Summer School of Art
School of the Worcester Art Museum (24 Highland St.).
University of Michigan, Department of Archt tectum.
Detroit School of Design (456 Jefferson Ave.)
Kalamazoo School of Art (Academy Building).
Handicraft Guild School of Design, Handicraft and Normal Art (89 S. Tenth St).
Minneapolis School of Art (Public Library Building)
St. Paul Institute of Art (The Auditorium, Fourth St.).
Bellliavcn Collegiate and Industrial Institute
Fine Arts Institute (Y. W. C. A. Building, 1020 McdeeSt.).
Washington University, St. Louis School of Fine Arts (Skinkcr Road and Lindell Boulevard).
University of Nebraska, School of Fine Arts
Manchester Institute of Arts and Sciences (Weston Building, 9S7 Elm St.).
Fawcett Drawing School (S3 Academy St.)
Newark Technical School (3<>7 High St.)
School of Industrial Arts (West State and Willow SU.).
Albany School of Fine Arts (32 S. Swan St.)
New York State College of Clay Working and Ceramics.
Art School of the Albright Art Gallory (1110 Elmwood Ave.).
Chautauqua School of Arts and Crafts
Cornell University, College of Architecture.
Eric Pape, director.
Francis W. Chandler, director.
James Frederick nopkins, principal.
C. Howard Walker, principal.
Alice F. Brooks, manager.
H. Langford Warren, chairman.
James Slurgis Pray, chairman.
George nenry Chase, chairman.
Arthur Pope, director.
Theodore M. Dillawav, director.
n. A. Neyland, director. Charles AV. Hawthorne, director.
Arthur It. Freedlander, instructor, n. Stuart Michie, principal.
Prof. Emil Lorch, director.
George Theodore Hamilton,
director. Walter Collins, director.
Mary C. Scovel, principal.
Robert Koehler, director.
Lee Woodward Zeigler, director.
Miss L. E. Luitwielder, director art department.
Edmund H. Wuerpel, director.
Paul H. Crummann, director.
Jennie Younp, director art department.
Cephas I. Shirley, director. Charles A. Colton, director. Frank Forrest Frederick, director.
Edith Very, director.
Arietta Lolhrop, superintendent.
Henry Turner Bailey, director.
Clarence A. Martin, director.