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This collection is made up of notebooks kept by Marie Louise Fornachon while she was enrolled at the New York State Normal College at Albany.
0.33 cubic ft.
English .


Scope and Content:

This collection is made up of eight Normal College notebooks, including: History of Education, School History of the United States, Latin Methods, Kindergarten Methods, Methods in Elementary Drawing, Methods in Elementary Primary Arithmetic (2 Vol.), Geography Methods, and Methods in Physical Geography; Fornachon's copies of Cassell's New Popular Educator and The Eclectic System of Industrial Freehand and Mechanical Drawing textbooks; as well as one notebook belonging to a Mrs. Leslie S. Wilcoxon of Ridgewood, NJ, dated 1928-1929.

Biographical / Historical:

Marie Louise Fornachon was a 1901 graduate of the New York State Normal College at Albany.

Acquisition information:
All items in this collection were transferred to the University Libraries, M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives.
Processing information:

Processed in 2019 by Miles Lawlor.


Collection was maintained in the original order after it was transferred.

Physical location:
The materials are located onsite in the department.


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