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  1. Mary Raphael Schenck Woolman (April 26, 1860 – August 1, 1940) was an American educator known for her advocacy of vocational education and consumer education, particularly for women. She was one of the first woman faculty members at Teachers College in New York City.

  2. Woolman, Mary Schenck (1860–1940) American home economist and vocational educator. Born Mary Raphael Schenck, April 26, 1860, in Camden, NJ; died Aug 1, 1940, in Newton, MA; dau. of John Vorhees Schenck (physician) and Martha (McKeen) Schenck; m. Franklin Conrad Woolman (lawyer), Oct 18, 1883.

  3. Mary Raphael Schenck Woolman (1860-1940) was an American educator known for her advocacy of vocational education and consumer education, particularly for women. She was one of the first woman faculty members at Teachers College in New York City.

  4. 1 de jul. de 2021 · The director of the Manhattan Trade School for Girls, Mary Schenck Woolman, was an active member of the American Home Economics Association, which sought to professionalize the work of women in the home through educational programs in secondary schools and colleges.

  5. Mira la selección de libros y audiolibros de Mary Schenck Woolman en Scribd. Comienza a leer hoy en la web, iPad, iPhone y Android con la prueba gratuita.

  6. 4 de feb. de 2016 · Her book, The Lost Art of Dress: The Women Who Once Made America Stylish, tells the story of the “Dress Doctors,” the women home economists of the 1900s. Many of them were women who were interested in the sciences, but were prevented from working in any university science department except home economics.

  7. 24 de dic. de 2019 · Books. The Making of a Trade School. Mary Schenck Woolman. Good Press, Dec 24, 2019 - Fiction - 156 pages. This book is about the founding and running of the Manhattan Trade School for Girls...