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Contact agency for current tuition rates. Enrollment is open to eligible students from throughout the state of Massachusetts. Self-contained placements bring Deaf and Hard of Hearing students together in small groups with one teacher of the Deaf. Various experimental programs were introduced in the s, s, and s to improve student and teacher performance - among them were non-graded classes in the first 3 primary years at Hamilton elementary school and Jackson School, the "house plan" in the high schools, which divided big schools into smaller groups with their own housemaster, faculty, office staff, intramural teams, etc.
This is a collection of materials related to the above programs. From the description of Teachers and teaching innovation in Newton Public Schools Collection includes photographs of 3 villages of Newton, Massachusetts. Auburndale : businesses, streets and squares, boathouse, Charles River, flood of November 6, , railroad stations, parks, trees and utility poles, tree nursery, tablet marking the birthplace of scholar, teacher and composer, Horatio William Parker. Newton Lower Falls : Community center activities, Hamilton School fair, businesses, streets, banks, churches, cemeteries, playgrounds, Charles River falls, dam, bridges, golf course, construction sites, Newton Free Library branch, fire station and firefighters, meetings and openings.
Collection consists of four photographs of decorative elements on the grounds of the Newton Free Library on Homer Street - one photograph of the birdhouse donated in honor of Wendy Hsu, installed in September, on the east side of the library; three photographs of Nancy Schon's sculpture group, Eeyore, Winnie the Pooh and the Hunny Pot on the patio off the Children's Room. New Main Library, Homer Street, Lillian Shapiro Radlo, an exemplary civic leader, was committed to Newton, Massachusetts, especially to its schools. During her career she was secretary to the Newton School Committee and administrative assistant to the Superintendent of Schools before becoming the School Department's public information and community relations specialist.
She was active in the League of Women Voters, the Chamber of Commerce and the Democratic Party, for which she served as delegate to state conventions.
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She was instrumental in arranging a July, cultural exchange trip to China for the Newton Public School administrators and teachers to visit the Beijing Jingshan School, Beijing Normal University and nearby rural commune schools. After her death a group of her friends and colleagues created the Lillian Shapiro Radlo Forum to provide a stage to air controversial viewpoints, exchange ideas and show how a liberal education is vital to democratic society. The forums began on September 19, with speaker Madeleine M.
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Kunin, Governor of Vermont and continued with an annual speaker chosen from prominent writers, musicians, journalists, entrepreneurs, politicians, educators, historians, poets, scientists, and judges. Lillian S. Radlo was born on June 15, and died on May 7, This collection includes personal correspondence, press clippings and documents related to her civic, political, and professional career in Newton; newspaper clippings, bulletins, booklets, programs related to the dedication of Temple Shalom; photographs, correspondence, itineraries and guidebook excerpts related to the Newton Public School trip to China; correspondence, leaflets and program invitations related to the Lillian Shapiro Radlo Forum, Fund and Foundation and documents pertaining to the board membership and governance of the fund; obituaries and public comment at the time of her death.
The above material is held in a leather case. From the description of Lillian Shapiro Radlo Papers, Collection of handout material created by Newton Free Library staff to acquaint the public with its services, departments, branches, policies, and special collections. From the description of Newton Free Library user guides, From the description of Boston Marathon special newspaper supplements, Collection of materials related to the apocryphal Viking settlement on the Charles River around A.
From the description of Ancient Norumbega, Collection of informal color photographs by unknown photographer of activities at the Newton Free Library Auburndale Branch: Branch Librarian, Chris Wrangler, at the Circulation Desk, farewell party for Branch Librarian, Margaret "Peg" Ellis on January 15, , children's outdoor flower planting program, and a children's story hour in Annual reports of the American National Red Cross Newton Chapter of 21 Foster Street, Newtonville, with black and white illustrations of the exterior of the chapter building and of various activities of the organization.
Collection consists of flyers, announcements and pamphlets relating to programs, events, contests, workshops, exhibits, courses and festivals held at the Newton Free Library. From the description of Newton Free Library program, Various census data sheets for Newton and other Boston metropolitan area towns and cities related to population estimates, census tract comparability and housing from to Collection of material related to the connection between Newton, Massachusetts and the Fig Newton cookie, Newton's th anniversary celebration of the Fig Newton at Newton City Hall on May 7, , the history of the invention of the cake and jam extruding machine, and the naming of cookies after Massachusetts towns.
Collection consists of Boston Globe article entitled "Would you bring these magazines home to your little sister? The journalist, Andrew Blake, was spurred to write the article because of a Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court ruling which gave each community the authority to decide what is pornographic. From the description of Opinions on pornography in Newton, January Collection of largely unidentified scenes in Newton, Massachusetts in the late s or early s.
Scenes include houses, people, view of rivers, Weston Bridge, and woods, interiors of houses and churches. They appear to be the product of an amateur photographer. From the description of Newton photographs collection : scenes of Newton : glass plate negatives ss. Collection of images, many unidentified of locations in Newton, Massachusetts: houses, playgrounds, churches, synagogue, portrait of John C.
Chaffin, family portraits, early automobiles, bicycles, an map of Newton, the Allen House restoration in West Newton, outdoor ceremony or pageant. Photographs of library events: poetry readings, book sales, speakers, art exhibits and branch delivery truck with driver Tim Shannon. From the description of Newton Photographs Collection : negatives and galley sheets of Newton people and places , Collection of population and municipal statistics on Newton from to Also includes religious preference by ward.
One rolled group photograph of the John W. Collection of black and white photographs taken by Dr.
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Photographs are of railroad tracks, train depots, trains and locomotive, a railroad crossing, some unpaved streets, unidentified people, a horse and buggy and various buildings. Junior high and high schools recommended fiction reading lists; by category with brief description of each book. From the description of Newton Public Schools summer reading lists, In and Rowena Fisher, coordinator, Robbie O'Rourke, designer, and more than 50 men and women volunteered their talents to create a quilt depicting the 13 villages of Newton and various historical events in the City.
From the description of Newton commemorative quilt, Collection of materials regarding the dispute over conservation or development of this area in Newton Centre. Includes an ecological assessment by Dr. Lawrence Kaplan.
From the description of Webster Vale, Newton Centre, Collection of candidate publicity and campaign mailings for Newton municipal and Massachusetts state offices. From the description of Elections and candidate information, Since attempts had been made in Auburndale, Massachusetts to have brightly lit billboards removed from the Massachusetts Turnpike, which ran through the village.
From to Betsy Singer Lewenberg organized a successful community campaign to bar advertising billboards from Newton. From the description of Billboards in Newton, Zoltan Kodaly had developed a renowned pedagogical method for teaching music to music teachers and educated generations of musicians. The Center in West Newton expanded its sphere of influence as far as Hollywood when two staff members played a part in the creative conceptualizing of a film. Bodie Miller had sent a videotape of the Kodaly concept to her friend Douglas Trumbull, creative director of Steven Spielberg's film, "Close Encounters of the Third Kind," inspiring Trumbull suggest to Spielberg that the characters should use Kodaly's method of communicating through music.
Floice Lindgren was sent to Alabama where the filming was taking place to give Steven Spielberg a crash course in the Kodaly method. From the description of Kodaly Center of America, In Ronald L. Nuttall, professor and director of the Laboratory for Statistical and Policy Research at Boston College, conducted a survey to examine the issue of what should be taught in the Newton schools as rated by a random sample of adult citizens.
From the description of Nuttall education survey, Letter to the editor from Newton Free Library Director, Virginia Tashjian, in the s explaining why the library shelved the maximum number of fiction books in one alphabet, as opposed to separate sections such as mysteries, science fiction, western, fantasy, etc. From the description of Newton Free Library directors' correspondence, Collection of material related to organizations in Newton engaged in screening, rehabilitation of TB patients, educating the public about the disease and smoking cessation.
From the description of Tuberculosis in Newton, Collection of photographs relating to the new main library at Homer Street, Newton, Massachusetts: the site tour with architects Anthony Tappe and Associates and Kallman, McKinnell and Wood Architects, library trustees, library director and Newton mayor in ; the groundbreaking ceremony on July 27, , an outdoor event with city officials, library staff, musicians and the audience; topping off ceremony on January 22, with architects, trustees, and staff; the building and lot during various stages of construction.
It was dedicated as a branch on April 2, in memory of Victor L. In the branch moved to a space in the former Hamilton School complex at Grove Street, designed by Hugh Stubbins. This part of the school was a section built in Floor area was 1, square feet, total lot size including playground was , square feet, walls made of brick, roof of tar and gravel. A selection of brochures and a calendar capture Newton's two community orchestras.
The calendar designed by Linda Cheren, with Elinor Persky, Art Consultant, contain black and white prints and photographs representing the work of local artists depicting musical celebrities known in the Boston area.
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Collection of articles related to test scores in Newton and other Massachusetts public schools of various grade levels: fourth grade reading, language arts and arithmetic scores from State tests of , article on College Board test results of Newton high school seniors in From the description of Test Scores in Newton, From the description of Chestnut Hill Reservoir photographs, Collection of material relating to the history of Newton's city seal, which first appeared in on the Annual Report of the Town's Officers. Includes photocopied image of the Seal.
From the description of Seal of the City of Newton, It was originally funded in part by the Union Church of Waban, Massachusetts. Music Serving the Elderly , Collection of photographs of Auburndale streets, commercial intersections, business facades, Newton Free Library Auburndale Branch and bookmobile. From the description of Auburndale Village photographs, Collection of photographs probably taken largely by the Noetzel photography studio run by William Wilhelm C.
The collection includes various photographs of streets and commercial blocks in Newton Centre, train stations, churches, schools, unidentified Brookline firefighter in uniform, a hiker with Mount Rainier in the background, Samuel Francis Smith author of "America" and his wife on the porch of their house, outdoor portrayal of the "Spirit of '76" and tableaux showing women in poses and with symbols representing the seven arts.
Noetzel collection, ss. One rolled group photograph of the Newton High School Walnut Street, Newtonville, Massachusetts senior graduating class of with teachers no names included. The All Newton Music School was founded in by Elizabeth Fyffe, who, together with a group of public-spirited citizens of Newton, believed that music study of a high quality on all levels should be available to all and that instruction should not be expensive.
Over the years of its expansion it has remained a nonprofit organization after its incorporation in , and continues to dedicate its purpose to offering a musical education to all in the community. From the description of All Newton Music School, From the description of Newton times maps, Collection of material on Newton, Massachusetts' artists, photographers, artisans, arts education, arts organizations and foundations, and art events.
From the description of The arts in Newton, bulk Collection of material describing indoor and outdoor recreational programs and facilities in Newton sponsored by the Newton Parks and Recreation Department, formerly Newton Recreation Department.
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From the description of Recreation in Newton, bulk Collection of material related to proposed renovation of Newton North High School and Newton South High School in the early s: Superintendent's Recommendation for High School Buildings Project includes rationale for renovation, comparison to other Massachusetts cities, year enrollment projections, before and after description of the high schools with operating costs, project timetable, redistricting requirements; Information packet from Newton's Public Buildings Department, A.
Cohen's financing plan for renovation of the two high schools. Newton Centre : businesses, commercial blocks, streets, playgrounds, trees, woods, lakes, monuments, churches, historic houses, golf club, women's club, bubbler drinking fountain , early car accident, football and ice hockey games. Newton Corner : trolley car, gazebo, Nonantum House, site of first ladies' seminary in the United States, Jackson Homestead musical event, businesses, parks, trees, brooks, streets, Massachusetts Turnpike, railroad station, fire station, Newton Free Library, banks, hotels, historic houses, churches, armory, memorials, set of photographs taken by the City of Newton Engineering Department in of deteriorating houses, streets, vacant lots, parking lots of Nonantum Square area preliminary to changes proposed by the City to create a throughway easterly to the Charles River Basin Parkway and a set of photographs of the run down neighborhood around Nonantum Square scheduled to be revitalized around during the urban renewal period, and a letter describing the picture, "The Misfortunes of Old Age : On the Way to the Poorhouse" see N Bernard's Church in West Newton.
Collection of photographs of Crystal Lake 16 Rogers Street , views of lake from various points on bank and from the Andrews Estate, swimmers, people fishing. Four photographs of Linwood Avenue, Nonantum, family, neighbors, bocce ball players, donated to the library by John and Virginia Tocci. Photograph taken about of a group of people on porch of the Freeport House, an experimental group home for alienated youth, run by the Freeport Foundation, incorporated in March Collection of photographs of teachers and students participating in various adult education classes of Newton Community Schools at Horace Mann, Emerson, Mason-Rice Schools and Newton Art Center: belly dancing, jazz dance, calligraphy and quilting.
Collection of photographs of Newton's first City Hall Washington Street, West Newton and present City Hall Commonwealth Avenue, Newton Centre : exterior views of the building and grounds, aerial views, interior views of the executive chamber, aldermanic chamber, staircase, War Memorial with model of the battle between Old Ironsides and the Guerriere made by Theodore Pitman and S. Also photographs of Mayor Sinclair Weeks at the cornerstone ceremony for the War Memorial in and various group shots of Newton city executives and managers around Photographs of Newton Corner locations-panoramic view from Mt.
Ida, houses, churches, memorials, fire stations and engines, train stations, photocopy of a street plan with businesses in Newton Corner around drawn by H. Brochures for adult education classes at various institutions in Newton. From the description of Adult education in Newton, bulk Beginning as the Catholic Guild for All the Blind, The Carroll Center has developed residential programs for the newly blind people at their renovated facility at Centre St.
Collection includes material on the renovated carriage house in and an issue of "Listen", newspaper of the Catholic Guild for the Blind, Vol. From the description of Carroll Center for the Blind, Photographs document events at the library between and children's programs, volunteer appreciation breakfast, book sales, computer and ESL classes, interior and exterior of the Homer Street library and Centre Street library and branches.