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Dining room of Edward Mott Moore Openair School Rochester N
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Domestic science equipment utilized for openair school children Auburn N
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An inexpensive kitchen equipment has served Providence R I since 1908_
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Domestic science class preparing dinner for openair school New Britain Conn
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Indoor lunch for openair school pupils
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Lunching out of doors in the first openair school in Hungary
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Equipments and cost of openair schools Chapter III Social and economic conditions of openair school children
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Recording pulse and temperature in a Chicago school
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Entrance examination Shurtleff School Chelsea Mass
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On a day iike this physician and teacher need to see that children are warmly clad
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Personal hygiene Chicago Openair School
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Weighing in a specially devised slip
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Weighing in the regular openair suit
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Weighing slip devised in the openair schools of Chicago
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General view of buildings and grounds of the Charlottenburg School
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Children at the Charlottenburg School resting under the trees
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Lunches their character and cost
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Exterior of openair school building Elberfeld Germany
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The delightful setting of the Elberfeld Openair School is illustrated by this view of the children at rest
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Reclining chair used for rest period in openair school at Nurnberg Germany
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Dormitory for residential pupils cpenair school at Nurnberg Germany
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Interior of openair school classroom Elberfeld Germany
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An openair recitation at MunchenGladbach Germany
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Openair shack used for rest hour at MunchenGladbach Germany
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Thackley Openair School Bradford England
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View of one of the porches Thackley Openair School Bradford England
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Openair recitation Barnsley England
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Bermerside a residential openair school supported by the city of Halifax
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Openair school for normal children at Carnarvon Wales
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All classrooms in the Carnarvon School open into this marching corridor
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The openair pavilion used as a schoolroom at Bermerside_
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A recitation under the fir trees at Murthley Perthshire Scotland
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Openair school near The Ilague Holland
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Health supervision
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The Forest School in Victoria Park Toronto Canada
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Openair pavilion at Sandringham Australia
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The first openair school in the United States Providence R I
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Anemic girl
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Anemic boy
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The health that comes from the outofdoors
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An openwindow room
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Rest period Elizabeth McCormick Openair School No
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Interior tuberculosis preventorium at Farmingdaie N
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Plan of the tuberculosis preventorium for children at Farmingdale N
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Herman Kiefer Sanitarium Openair Sehnol Detroit Mich
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Records and forms
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Openair schools in Germany
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Openair schools in Great Britain and Ireland
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Openair schools in other foreign countries
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The openair school movement in the United States
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Preventoria sanitaria hospital and vacation openair schools
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Massachusetts Hospital School Canton Mass
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Exterior East River homes
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Childrens cottage at Chicago municipal tuberculosis sanitarium
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Ridge Farm Preventorium Deerfield
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96 Harlowarden Preventorium maintained by the United Charities of Chicago
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Country outings for city school children
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Educational organization and curricula of openair schools
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Breathing exercises at the Szombathely Hungary Openair School
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Goats and chickens are important members of the school family at the Bowring House Country Roby Liverpool England
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Children on a school journey halting for the noonday lunch France
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Breathing exercises on platform adjoining the school tent Springfield Mass 102 A school garden on a city roof Horace Mann School New York City
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Results of openair schools
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Computing height of trees Uffculme Openair School Birmingham England 104 The openair smile
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Appendix A Social economic and hygienic condition of 886 families of 1062
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Appendix B Estimated expense of equipping and maintaining an openwindow room with full régime of medical and nursing service
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Recipes for openair schools
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List of Chicago menus materials used and their cost
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Appendix E Suggestions for openair classes
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Appendix F Legislation and committee recommendations
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Selected bibliography
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Letter of transmittal 5
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Program of the subsection on commercial education 13
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Model of an openair school and grounds on the unit plan as exhibited at the PanamaPacific International Exposition San Francisco 1915
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The first openair school Charlottenburg Germany
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Plan of buildings and grounds The Forest School Charlottenburg
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lffculme openair school Birmingham England The school garden
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Plan of buildings and grounds Openair Recovery School Kettering England
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Interior Providence R I Openair School
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Sea Breeze Hospital Coney Island
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Outdoor activities at Sea Breeze Hospital Coney Island N
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Reverse side of record card used in Newark N
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Elizabeth McCormick Openair School No 2 on roof of Bowen Hall
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Openwindow room New York City Doublehung window
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Tables and chairs replace stationary desks in the first openwindow room at the Franklin School Chicago
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Floor plan of openair school unit St Louis
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The first Nellie Leland School Detroit Mich
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Plans of the Nellie Leland Openair School Detroit Mich 16 herry Openair School Toledo Ohio
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1718 Plans of the openair school built by the Columbus Society for the Preven tion and Cure of Tuberculosis
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Edward Mott Moore Openair School Rochester N
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Firstfloor plans Edward Mott Moore Openair School Rochester N
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Secondfloor plans Edward Mott Moore Openair School
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Plan for complete school plant composed of units of Fresno type 23 Thirdfloor plan Eagle School Cleveland Ohio
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Grammar School Coronado
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Revere School Canton Mass
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The sittingout bag used in openair schools in New York and elsewhere
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The sittingout bag fastens with metal snaps easily manipulated by children
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Type of wrap allowing cold air to enter about neck and shoulders
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Sittingout bag used at Providence R I Openair School
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The Eskimo coat should be large enough to go on over sweater or heavy wrap
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The Eskimo suit gives perfect freedom of motion
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The lumbermans boot resoled with canvas
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A leather boot with upper part felt
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The ordinary steamer chair is unhygienic for children to sleep
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Suggested type of cot for openair
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Locker devised by St Louis openair school for storing cots and Eskimo suits
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Thermometer rack for use in schools where temperatures are taken
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Cloak rooms fitted up for kitchens by the Chicago Board of Education
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Supply closet used in a cloakroom kitchen Chicago
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A operoom apartment
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The kind of home that produces malnourished children
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