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    • Temple of Heaven

      1926-01-01
      Stairs leading up to Temple of Heaven. Inscription on front: "Temple of Heaven" Inscription on back: "Neg A" Hand-painted.
    • Chinese sacrificial barrels

      1926-01-01
      Large ceremonial metal bowls. Inscription on front: "Sacrificial [illegible] barrels. Peking. ([illegible] Palace)." Inscription on back: "Slide S91. Neg 3269. Col D." Hand-painted.
    • Group of Chinese men

      1926-01-01
      Long line of men (students?) in white robes filing down steps out of a large building (school?).
    • Chinese altar with statues

      1926-01-01
      Altar with multiple statues.
    • Chinese sculpture and vases

      1926-01-01
      Large flat sculpture with decorative urns in front (possibly an altar or shrine).
    • Chinese man in uniform

      1926-01-01
      Chinese man in uniform with woman in Western clothes behind him.
    • Chinese statue

      1926-01-01
      Statue (possibly at a shrine).
    • Chinese temple

      1926-01-01
      Distant view of large temple.
    • Chinese girls

      1926-01-01
      Street scene. Young girl in patterned dress looking at object against pole, younger girl behind her looking at camera, uniformed men behind her speaking with another man.
    • Chinese altar with urns

      1926-01-01
      Altar with multiple urns.
    • Chinese men in uniform

      1926-01-01
      Chinese men in uniform marching down a street in Nanking, China.
    • Students Writing Vocabulary Words on the Blackboard

      Merrill, E.G. (1904-01-01)
      "Constant reviews in which one word is made to suggest many others having the same root, enable the children to retain the vocabulary which must increase so rapidly in this grade. [Photo caption located on the back-side of the photo]
    • Students Drawing on Blackboard

      Merrill, E.G. (1904-01-01)
      "The children are given a chance to draw the pictures suggested by some of their stories and poems." [Photo caption located on the back-side of the photo]
    • Students Reading From "Gods and Heroes"

      Merrill, E.G. (1904-01-01)
      "When reading "Gods and Heroes" the class is taken to the main hall to study the statues." [Photo caption located on the back side of the picture]
    • Fifth Grade Students Doing Breathing Exercises in Class

      Merrill, E.G. (1904-01-01)
      "This shows Grade V taking breathing exercises before their reading lesson." [Photo caption located on the back-side of the picture]
    • Students Reading From "Seven Little Sisters"

      Merrill, E.G. (1904-01-01)
      " The different pictures in the buildings are used to illustrate the reading when advisable. In this case the class is reading the story of Gemila in "Seven Little Sisters". [Photo caption located on the back side of the picture]
    • Second Grade Students Reading Aloud

      Merrill, E.G. (1904-01-01)
      "The children in the second grade read "Little People of Other Lands" At one time a little Japanese girl was a member of this class." [Photo caption located on the back of the picture] The Training School was located on the first floor of the Sullivan Building.
    • Little Red Riding Hood

      1904-01-01
      "The story of Red Riding Hood can be made much more realistic by an illustration of this sort." [Photo caption located on the back side of the picture] Theater was an important part of the Training School curriculum. The Training School was located on the first floor of the Sullivan Building.
    • Student Dressed as an Eskimo

      Merrill, E.G. (1904-01-01)
      "When reading about the Eskimos this little boy was dressed to represent Sipsu. The Arctic scene shown here was drawn upon the blackboard." [Photo caption located on the back-side of the photo]
    • Alice in Wonderland

      Merrill, E.G. (1904-01-01)
      "Occasional dramatization is an aid to good expression in reading. These photographs show three scenes from "Alice in Wonderland" as given in "Child Life", Book IV. "No room! No room! they cried out when they saw Alice coming." [Photo caption located on the back of the picture] The Training School was located on the first floor of the Sullivan Building.