Temper mental / Cass Technical High School, 1929-1936
Eagen, Marion Kenney
Cass Technical High School.Art Dept
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The 1929 [no.1] issue is no. 137 of an edition of 150; 1930 [no.2] is 37/200; 1931 [no.3] is 82/100; 1932 [no.4] is 72/150; 1933 [no.5] is 56/150; 1934-1935 [no 6] is 34/150; and 1936 [no.7] is 65/150. All but no. 7 were printed by the Print Dept. at the High School.
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[No.1] (1929)-no.7 (1936) of Temper Mental, the yearbook of the Cass Technical High School Art Department, kept by Marion Kenney, a metalworking student at Cass. The yearbooks contain original prints, drawings, photographs, reproductions of works of art, writings, and information about the students' yearly activities and awards, and Departmental events. Among Cass Tech High School graduates were Harry Bertoia and John Carroll.
Temper mental / Cass Technical High School, 1929-1936. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Donated 1978 by Marion Kenney Eagen, who attended Cass Technical High School. Her name appears in the 1930 issue as the recipient of the first prize in metalwork for the National High School Art Exhibition in Pittsburgh.
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