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Grimy Hands Learn to Love Needlework
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TitleGrimy Hands Learn to Love Needlework
AbstractArticle profiling the work of Mrs. J. M. Curtice teaching children of immigrants to sew at the Swope Settlement House, located at 16th and Campbell. Curtice is described by the author as one of the pioneers of Swope Settlement, and in 1916 had a class of 60 girls between the ages of 6 and 14 years who visited the house twice a week for classes.
NotesThe names of 30 additional volunteer teachers at Swope Settlement are listed at the conclusion of the article.
DateDecember 3, 1916
SourceKansas City Journal
LocationMicrofilm
PageB9
SubjectSocial workers
Immigrants
Vocational education
Local SubjectSwope Settlement
Item TypeNewspaper Article
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Item ID215136
CONTENTdm number29252
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