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Education File includes: "Formal Education at Chautauqua" The Religious Review of Reviews: "Education at Chautauqua" Portion of article about education, taken from Hampton's Magazine Scott, John C., "The Chautauqua vision of liberal education", History of Education, January, 2005, Vol. 34, No, 1, 49-59

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Evelyn Watrous Rural Education in Chautauqua County January 1948 Copyright not held by the Institution.

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Chautauqua: An American Experience in Adult Education -

David E. Weischadle Chautauqua: An American Experience in Adult Education April 1968 Published in the Peabody Journal of Education, July 1968. Copyright not held by the Institution.

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Learning across Generations in Europe Contemporary Issues in Older Adult Education -

Learning across Generations in Europe: Contemporary Issues in Older Adult Education Edited by Bernhard Schmidt-Hertha, Sabina Jelenc Krasovec, Marvin Formosa Copyright not held by Chautauqua Institution Not in box on shelf, it is in its original white binder.

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Progressive Chautauqua Cards. c. 1897. Deck of cards in a faux book binding. One card tells about the educational game that is taking place of conventional games all over. Another card tells the rules of the game. Copyrighted and patented by W. M. Ford. Compiled by Florence Cross Parsons. Produced by Chas B. Ayer Company, Publishers. Marked: The Chas. B Ayer Company/Publishers/46 E Jackson St. - Chicago

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"The Do You Know of Parliamentary Law." 1927. Deck of cards by Hinda E. Winchester of Joplin, Missouri. Purchase price: $1.00.

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The Chautauqua Industrial Art Desk. 1900. Made by Powers Bros. Inscribed: Copyright 1895, Powers Bros/Copyright 1898, Powers, Fouler and Lewis/Copyright 1900, Powers, Higley, and Company Map on back states: The Chautauqua/Agricultural and Industrial/Map of the/United States & Possessions/Powers, Higley & Company, Chicago/Copyrighted 1900.

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The Chautauqua Industrial Art Desk. 1913. Chautauqua Archives owns four Chautauqua Industrial Art Desks, 1913. Made by Lewis E. Meyers & Company. Wood with metal hinge and springs; wooden scroll with dowels; scroll is thick paper; an image of a cardinal is in the lower-right corner. A map of the United States is on the back also including Mexico, Panama Canal, and a diagram of the locks, Latin America. The opposite side of the desk is a chalkboard. Marked: The Chautauqua Industrial Art Desk/A Plan to promote the culture of work and play among children in the home. Marked: Lewis E. Meyers & Company Producers and Exclusive Distributors/Valparaiso, Ind. USA/Toronto Canada/Pat Oct 20

Chautauqua: Culture and Christian Education, 1874-1924 - Gilbert, Ann S.

Paper concerning culture and christian education.

Chautauqua and Women: Ladies, Learners, and Leaders, 1874-1920 - Kleiner, Catherine

Masters Thesis concerning Chautauqua, Women, and Education.

Chautauqua: Education and Culture from the East to the West. - Pamper, Suzanne

High School Paper concerning Education and Culture at chautauqua.

The Chautauqua Movement - Privateer, George J.

Paper concerning the Chautauqua Movement