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Women educators

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Anna Jean Snowden notebook

Identifier: SC 01856
Scope and Contents This collection includes a composition notebook with 34 leaves of lined paper (22 pages with handwritten text), a laid-in stapled gathering of 8 leaves (6 pages with text), and a Howard University Hour Examination sheet. It was compiled by an African-American woman, Anna Jean Snowden, who attended Howard University and later taught at the Tuskegee Institute. The notebook contains her coursework at Howard and educational interests as well as her attendance at the Annual Negro Farmers'...
Dates: 1916-1918

Educational Printed Material, 2015-2018

Scope and Contents

Printed copy of "Cool Your Fins: Chuckles Learns to Relax" written and illustrated by Layne F. Dyer; pages for "Chill Out with Chuckles: A Book for All Age Groups" created and illustrated by Layne Fraser Dyer; includes pages with relaxation tips, parent/teacher guide.

Grade 5 and 6 standards of learning; lesson planning activities, handouts, scripts; relaxation tecniques for the classroom; some lessons implemented at Yorktown Middle School.

Acc. 2019.139.

Dates: 2015-2018

Layne Fraser Dyer papers

Identifier: MS 00385
Scope and Contents

8 binders of documentation and photographs about Dyer's career as an educator in Virginia. Contents include printouts of online news articles, photographs (digital and print), typed personal recollections, children's books, curriculum planning, and clippings. Some of the recollections relate to desegregation in education.

Box 1 from this collection is stored off-site.  A minimum of 72 hours advanced noticed is required for use.

Dates: circa 1959-2018