Industrial Arts and Crafts Course Flyer, c. 1938
- Industrial Arts and Crafts Course Flyer, c. 1938
This is a flyer for new evening classes Industrical Arts and Crafts classes held at Springfield College. The document is thought to have been created in 1938 due to the materials that surround it in the collection. The flyer lists two classes both taught by Frank A. Warre, a professor at Springfield College. They include Education 324-325 which will show teachers how to use inexpensire materials and equipment to enrich programs. Some of the labs will focus on book-binding, paper working, block printing, dying and textiles. The other class offered was a class for developing creative activities for children and adults from a leisure time slant. It included finger-painting, chalk, oil, clay, metal and block printing.
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- Springfield College Archives and Special Collections
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International Young Men's Christian Association College
Warren, Frank A.
Arts & crafts
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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.