Letter from Maximilian P.E. Groszmann to Gotthelf Pach
Groszmann, Maximilian P. E. (Maximilian Paul Eugen), 1855-1922
Pach, Gotthelf, Gotthelf Pach, 1855-1922
Ethical Culture Schools of New York City
1895 Jan. 15
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Letter : 5 p. : typescript ; 28 x 22 cm
Groszmann, the superintendent of the Workingman's School, writes to Pach about his son Walter's performance in school. He encloses the written assessments given by several of Walter's teachers on his performance and their opinions as to whether he should be sent to public school (they seem to be in agreement that he should stay at the Workingman's School). The teachers represented are: Francis Dohs, C.H. Bickford, Joseph T. Bedford, F. Monteser. Anne J. Dunn, Clara R. Hatheway, Henry A. Kelly, and A. S. Lee. The Workingman's School was also known as the Ethical Culture School.
Letter from Maximilian P.E. Groszmann to Gotthelf Pach, 1895 Jan. 15. Walter Pach papers- SUPPRESSED OLD DIGITIZED FROM MICROFILM, 1857-1980. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
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