An Analysis of the Arts and Crafts Courses at Springfield College
- An Analysis of the Arts and Crafts Courses at Springfield College
This is a report written by Frank A. Warren, tilted "An Analysis of the Arts and Crafts Courses at Springfield College." It is not dated. The document talks about reactions from first year students and upperclassmen. It also talks about an evening class that he developed. He also makes recommendations, including the increase of arts and cultural classes at Springfield College.
- Warren, Frank A.
- Springfield College Archives and Special Collections
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International Young Men's Christian Association College
Warren, Frank A.
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Frank Warren, 1895-1981, was an artist and professor at Springfield College. He taught arts and crafts, history and government at Springfield College in the late '30s and again in the late forties to the fifties.