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A professional archive of Ingleside School, New Milford, CT.1900-1914
A professional archive of Ingleside School, New Milford, CT.1900-1914


 
Price: $350.00

Product Code: 24000678

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Contents include: · 4 business/calling cards · music § recital books 1911-1913 (song/piano/musicale) § class song with handwritten marching song sheet § Alumnae song book with hand written flowers to coordinate with the verse · portrait of man · financial records, 1867-1913 § estate records § school payment out, payment in worksheet § receipts-most labeled with the name Miss Ellen B Van de Water  which list personal items such as shampoo and wave, soap, Epsom salts, etc. -possibly ordered for girls at school § magazine subscription receipts § 1867-1893, unrelated personal papers include tax receipts for Enos M Gray · school administration records, 1911-1914 and no date § blank “Ehrenplan card report” and description of what the Ehphren school government system is § constitution and booklet relating to the Ingleside League § a brochure on the Ingleside Bungalow Company (part of the Ingleside League) § constitution of The Masquers (the school dramatic group) § handwritten list of courses § typed list of textbooks for each course § a Weantinaug list of house rules § bound courses of study booklets § 1911 and 1913 graduation programs § 1913 field day program, · a catalog book for the school which includes all information regarding the school-semesters, courses, buildings and layout, staff, goals, rules, costs, etc. · correspondence addressed to Miss Ellen Van de Water, 1910-1913 § wedding invitation, location-Japan § letters from family and past students and/or staff § a request for information regarding school administration · Leather book with birthdays and anniversaries · “Two Stories of Travel” by Daniel S Jones,  printed bound diary · death notices of Mrs. William Dimon Black and Emily Bull Sanford · Two writings, a sermon and a memorial address written by Rev. George R Van de Water, D.D., one inscribed “To Mother    G.R.V.” (George is the brother of Ellen) . Ingleside School in New Milford, Ct was established by Mrs. William Dimon Black (Sarah Sanford) in 1890. Originally named Mrs. Blake’s School for Girls, Black renamed it and created a popular, well respected school. After Black’s death in 1910 the school declined and closed in 1914. Its location is currently the home of Canterbury boarding school.