Rewards of Merit
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Ornithology, Grade School
Redwood Falls, Minnesota: Redwood County Public Schools, 1938. A charming award book privately printed for Redwood County Public Schools, titled "Birds of Minnesota". Each leaf has on its recto an illustration of a native bird, along with a printed form certifying that the student has attended school for twenty days.....
Reward of Merit, Original Art, Calligraphy
Cheney L'yonne: 1846. A 14 1/2" x 18" paper reward penned in black and green ink. Presented to a young boy "Gaulon Eugene on March 8 1847 at the age of 7 years and 8 months. Attributions for Application, Reading, Wisdom and Obedience. Of note is the calligraphy and detail.....
Reward of Merit, Made by Hand,
May happiness thy steps attend In this role of tears my friend And when this vale of tears is shed And we are numbered with the dead Oh! may we reach that happy shore Where we shall meet to part no more By "???" Frantz (most likely a sibling).
Reward of merit
A reward of merit presented to Laura Bcach by her instructor H. Faintor for "diligence and attention" given to her studies. The engraving depicts a girl standing infront of a church. Measures 4 1/2"x 2". Some foxing, otherwise fine. Some toning.
reward of merit, ward school 26 new York ward school 41 new York,
A collection of five (5) engraved Rewards of Merit from Ward School No. 26. Awarded to Angeline Chapin, 1852-1854. 38 Greenwich Ave., North Ward, New York City. Primary Department. Also includes a sixth reward from New York Ward School No. 41 , May 1851. The engraving depicts a boy leaning.....
reward of merit, school, education
Ithaca, NY: Andrus, Gauntell & Company, 1856. A "Premium Award" given a student at public school in Ithica, NY for Regular Attendance and Good Deportment for the past week. The card is sweetly decorcated with both an out border and an inner one around the award. Along with two illustrations.....
Reward of Merit, Pinprick, Watercolor, Made by Hand
A 6" x 7 1/2" hand penned and watercolor Reward of Merit addressed to George G. Stover for Non-absence, Improvement in School, District No.__. Two stems of watercolor stippled rosebuds with nicely detailed Leaves. Of particular note is the interesting "ghost" of the flowers on the reverse of the reward.....
Reward of Merit, Made by Hand, Approbation, Early Learning
c1850s. A 2" x 2 1/4" record of merit that reads "Nethaniel Kimball by excelling those of his class in spelling merits the approbation of his Instructor - M. P. Stickney. Delicate watercolor border decoration with eternal vine and purple and pink flowers.