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Albums (Books)

 Subject
Subject Source: Fast
Scope Note: USED FOR: Scrap albums Scrap books Scrapbooks Souvenir albums

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Earle Rollin Brace Scrapbook

 Item — Box 1
Identifier: MC-027
Abstract Earle Rollin Brace Scrapbook documents his time at Pratt as an architectural design student, as well as momentos from his social life from 1913 to 1916. Contents include class tickets, playbills, event programs, dance cards, photographs, wedding invitations, and other items such as a flattened metal horn.
Dates: 1913-1916

Printed Matter Scrapbooks

 Collection
Identifier: PI-013
Abstract The Printed Matter Scrapbooks consist scrapbooks dating from 1887 to 1987, which document materials printed by Pratt Institute and its schools, making them a rich source of information for events and student life. Access to these scrapbooks is limited due to the fragile state of the materials.
Dates: 1887 - 1987

Records of the School of Home Economics

 Collection
Identifier: PI-003
Abstract The records of the School of Home Economics document the history of the school, beginning with relevant correspondences and reports from the year leading up to its founding in 1888. The evolution of the school is traced through the merging of the schools of Domestic Science and Domestic Arts into the School of Household Science and Arts, which later became the School of Home Economics in 1941.A combination of institutional records, student workbooks, memorabilia, course descriptions and alumnae...
Dates: 1887 - 1959; Majority of material found within 1888 - 1915

Records of the School of Information and Library Science

 Collection
Identifier: PI-001
Abstract The Records of the School of Information and Library Science documents the history of America’s oldest library school in continuous operation beginning with its founding in 1890. Through correspondence, curriculum materials, student work, and other documents, this collection provides an account of the library school’s activities up to the 21st century, especially in its first 50 years.
Dates: 1886 - 2001; Majority of material found within 1895 - 1939