This file was found by the archivist in the vault of the Archives. It contains many papers about curriculum revision discussions that took place circa 1945 and 1946. Materials deal with a myriad of topics including teacher education, a possible program for elementary teachers, veteran's education, the establishment of a program for Industrial Arts teachers, changes in the Home Economics program, a Secretarial Science survey, proposals for revisions in the Psychology program and much more, including a comparison in the number of full and part-time Latin teachers vs. the number of full and part-time instructors teaching Library Science and Industrial Arts.
Also included are pamphlets entitled:
"Educational Opportunities for Veterans," and "Educational Opportunities for C. P. S. Men."
Male Chorus and Group with Children and Sadie Stutsman Wampler: Photographs, early pictures
Unidentified early photograph of a male choir. This might be a group from Manchester College or from Mt. Morris College.
Unidentified early photograph of a group of young people and children. Sadie Stutsman (Wampler) might be the tall woman in the middle of the second row from the back. She either has a large corsage or is holding flowers.
MC2012/3a: Holland - A study of some of the phases of Dutch life which are of mutual interest to students, with illustrations by Ruth Eidemiller. Articles written by a group of students who were members of the class in Social Studies for the primary Grades. Teaches - Agnes C. Kessler, May 20, 1932.
MC2012/3b: A Study of the Swiss People, by Bargaret Brickley and Merdena Miller, Prepared for Miss Kessler's course - Social Studies fo the Primary Grades. Manchester College, May 30, 1932.