Goldsberry collection of open-air school photographs
Open-air school collection of photographs | Goldsberry collection of photographs and periodical illustrations showing young children in "open air" and outdoor schools
ca. 2,500 items ; 36 x 44 cm. or smaller. | Photographs show open-air schools in many countries, chiefly the United States. Facilities designed for normal, tubercular, anemic, and myopic children. Montessori methods, furniture, and toys in use. Some old one-room schoolhouses. Washington-area images include open-air education at Mackin playground in Georgetown; and black students at Miner Normal School learning to brush their teeth.