1940 SCHOOL CLASS CHILD ART and LESSONS SCRAPBOOK SKETCHBOOK
1940 SCHOOL CLASS CHILD ART and LESSONS SCRAPBOOK SKETCHBOOK
1940 SCHOOL CLASS CHILD ART and LESSONS SCRAPBOOK SKETCHBOOK
1940 SCHOOL CLASS CHILD ART and LESSONS SCRAPBOOK SKETCHBOOK
1940 SCHOOL CLASS CHILD ART and LESSONS SCRAPBOOK SKETCHBOOK
1940 SCHOOL CLASS CHILD ART and LESSONS SCRAPBOOK SKETCHBOOK
1940 SCHOOL CLASS CHILD ART and LESSONS SCRAPBOOK SKETCHBOOK
1940 SCHOOL CLASS CHILD ART and LESSONS SCRAPBOOK SKETCHBOOK
1940 SCHOOL CLASS CHILD ART and LESSONS SCRAPBOOK SKETCHBOOK
1940 SCHOOL CLASS CHILD ART and LESSONS SCRAPBOOK SKETCHBOOK
1940 SCHOOL CLASS CHILD ART and LESSONS SCRAPBOOK SKETCHBOOK
1940 SCHOOL CLASS CHILD ART and LESSONS SCRAPBOOK SKETCHBOOK
1940 SCHOOL CLASS CHILD ART and LESSONS SCRAPBOOK SKETCHBOOK
1940 SCHOOL CLASS CHILD ART and LESSONS SCRAPBOOK SKETCHBOOK
1940 SCHOOL CLASS CHILD ART and LESSONS SCRAPBOOK SKETCHBOOK
1940 SCHOOL CLASS CHILD ART and LESSONS SCRAPBOOK SKETCHBOOK
1940 SCHOOL CLASS CHILD ART and LESSONS SCRAPBOOK SKETCHBOOK

1940 SCHOOL CLASS CHILD ART and LESSONS SCRAPBOOK SKETCHBOOK

Item #573

8.25 x 11.5” brown string-bound album which says “Scrap Book” on the cover inside of a framing motif. Contains what appear to be school assignments for a specific class from 1940, which includes written assignments on punctuation, Columbus Day, and multiplication tables. There are also several charming crayon drawings depicting holidays such as Halloween and Thanksgiving, children having winter fun, and many birds. There is a list of handwritten names on the inside cover of the scrapbook, presumably listing all of the children in the class. One 4.5 x 3.5” black and white photo shows the children of the class. Many of the pages have come loose from the binding.

Example school assignment
Jeanette Zaino, May 27, 1940
Use a period at the end of a sentence that tells something.
Jane and Betty are twins.
Use a question mark after a sentence that asks a question.
Did you have a good time Friday? Did you go to the show?
Use an exclamation mark after a sentence that shows excitement or strong feelings.
Listen! I think I hear something.
Quotation (“ “) are used to show that certain words are written exactly as some person said them.

Asking Tables
Theresa Agnes March 13, 1940
Last night my father was asking my brother some tables.
He said: “How many is 10 x 12?”
My brother said: “10 x 12 is 121.”
My father said it was wrong so he asked me and I said it was 120.
He said it was right.
My brother said he had forgotten his tables.
My father said that he should learn them again.

Price: $250.00

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