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Student Teaching in Joliet - 1960
Student Teaching in Joliet - 1960
TitleStudent Teaching in Joliet - 1960
Subjectstudents, children
DescriptionThis photograph was featured in The Interlude Student Newspaper, volume 33, issue 3, page 3 on November 4, 1960. The caption reads, "Student teaching is all smiles for Lorell White. She is teaching the fourth grade at Farragut School. Pictured are some of Lorell's pupils and Miss Virginia Long, her critic-teacher. "I just love teaching; something new is always happening, " Lorell declares."
DateNovember 4, 1960
Typeimage
FormatTIFF
Languageeng
RightsAll rights held by the University of St. Francis. For permission to reproduce, distribute, or otherwise use this image, please contact libraryarchives@stfrancis.edu
PublisherDigitized by: Northern Micrographics, Inc. for the University of St. Francis
CollectionSharing Our Past, A Visual History (University of St. Francis)
Identifier00001911.tif
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