Ephemera relating to the Buffalo Female Institute, including a newsletter, invitation, and report card
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Three items. (1) Single printed leaf, regarding (mostly) the institute's finance, or lack thereof. Flattened creases from folding; a few small notations on the verso, in a contemporary hand. It includes the timely remark: "There have been complaints that the rates of tuition are too dear for the times." Date 1 March 1843. (2) Single printed leaf (250x200mm), in 2 different types, with flattened creases from folding, addressed by hand to Dr. Burwell of Pearl Street. Invitation to a meeting of the friends of education, to be held at the Mansion House, for the purpose of adopting a plan for the permanent establishment of the Buffalo Female Institute. (3) Partially printed form with manuscript entries, single leaf (208x135mm). Report Card for Miss Delia S. Austin, signed by her teacher, Julia B. Ackley, and her parent; recording Ms. Austin's attendance, and grading her Composition and Penmanship. Bookseller Inventory # JC12826
Title: Ephemera relating to the Buffalo Female ...
Publisher: Buffalo, New York
Publication Date: 1843
Book Condition: Near Fine
Signed: Signed by Author(s)
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