BIBLIOGRAPHY Published Works by and about Grace Dodge
Writings of Grace Hoadley Dodge
Dodge, Grace H. "Association of Working Girls Societies." Womans Cycle 1, 18 (1890): 18-19.
Dodge, Grace H. A Brief Sketch of the Early History of Teachers College. 1899. Reprint, [New York]: Teachers College, 1980.
Dodge, Grace H. A Bundle of Letters to Busy Girls on Practical Matters. New York: Funk and Wagnalls, 1887. Reprint edition, New York: Arno Press, 1974.
Dodge, Grace H. "Co-operation Self-government Self-reliance Three Principles. What Do They Imply?" Journal of the 11th Biennial Conference of the International Board of Womens Christian Associations. [S.l.], 1891.
Dodge, Grace H. " The Kitchen Garden School." The National Baptist., [S.l.][5 April 1883]: 1-5. Reprinted in Kitchen Garden Association pamphlet no.4. TCana Collection, Milbank Memorial Library, Teachers College, New York City.
Dodge, Grace H. "Manual Training School of the Industrial Education Association of New York." Lend a Hand, 1 (1886): 666-668.
Dodge, Grace H. "New York Association of Working Girls Societies." In Handbook of Sociological Information with Especial Reference to New York City. New York: G. P. Putnam and Sons, 1894.
Dodge, Grace H. "Practical Suggestions Relating to Moral Elevation and Preventive Work among Girls." The Association Monthly 9 (1915): 22-29.
Dodge, Grace H. A Private Letter to Girls. New York: The Philanthropist, 1889.
Dodge, Grace H. "Report of the Industrial Education Association." The Kitchen Garden 4 (1886): 7-8.
Dodge, Grace H. Thoughts of Busy Girls. New York: Cassell Pub. Co., 1892. Reprint, New York: Arno Press, 1974.
Dodge, Grace H. "What Country Girls Can Do." Lippincotts Monthly Magazine 47 (1891): 631-635.
Dodge, Grace H et al. What Women Can Earn: Occupations of Women and Their Compensation. New York: Frederick A. Stokes, 1899.
Dodge, Grace H. "Working Girls Societies." Chautauquan 9 (1889): 223-225.
Writings about Grace Hoadley Dodge and the Dodge Family
Association Monthly. [S.l.] The National Board of YWCA. Special Grace H. Dodge issues, March 1915 and May 1921.
Dodge, Phyllis B. Tales of the Phelps-Dodge Family: A Chronicle of Five Generations. New York: New York Historical Society, 1987.
Graham, Abbie. Grace H. Dodge, a Biography. New York: The Womans Press, 1926.
Howes, Edith M. "Grace H. Dodge An Appreciation." The Club Worker 15 (1915): 3-4.
Katz, Esther. Grace Hoadley Dodge: Women and the Emerging Metropolis, 1856-1914. Doctoral dissertation, New York University, 1980.
Kriegel, Phyllis. "The Daughter of Privilege and the Daughters of Labor: Grace H. Dodge And The Working Girls Societies, 1884-1896." Masters thesis, Sarah Lawrence College, 1977.
Lagemann, Ellen Condliffe. A Generation of Women: Education in the Lives of Progressive Reformers. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1979.
Murolo, Priscilla. The Common Ground of Womanhood: Class, Gender, and Working Girls Clubs, 1884-1928. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1997.
Russell, James Earl, Seth Low, and Lucetta Daniel. "Grace Hoadley Dodge." Teachers College Record 16 (1915): 1-17.
Wildman, Edwin. "What Grace Dodge Has Done for the Working Girl." The World Today 19 (1910): 1363-1366.
Wilson, Elizabeth. "Grace Dodge: Giver and Receiver." The Womans Press 17 (1923): 252-253.
Young Womens Christian Associations, National Board. Grace H. Dodge, a Woman of Creative Faith. New York: The Board, 1915.
History of Teachers College
Baker, Franklin T. " A Sketch of the History of Teachers College." Columbia University Quarterly 9 (1907): 315-320.
Baker, Franklin T. "Teachers College." In A History of Columbia University, 1754 -1904, edited by Brander Mathews et al., 409-417. New York: Columbia University Press, 1904.
Butler, Nicholas Murray. "The Beginnings of Teachers College." Columbia University Quarterly 1 (1899): 342-346.
Butler, Nicholas Murray. The Origins of Teachers College and the Horace Mann School. New York: Bureau of Publications, Teachers College, 1927.
Cremin, Lawrence, David A. Shannon, and Mary Evelyn Townsend. A History of Teachers College, Columbia University. New York: Columbia University Press, 1954.
Hervey, Walter L. "Historical Sketch of Teachers College from Its Foundation to 1897." Teachers College Record 1 (1900): 12-35.
Holt, Rosa Bella. "The Teachers College." Cosmopolitan Magazine 16 (1894): 579-588.
Low, Seth. "Grace H. Dodge and the Making of Teachers College." Teachers College Record 16 (1915): 4-9.
Toepfer, Kenneth Harold. "James Earl Russell and the Rise of Teachers College, 1897-1915." Doctoral dissertation, Columbia University, 1966.
Weneck, Bette C. "The Average Teacher Need Not Apply: Women Educators at Teachers College, 1887-1927." Doctoral dissertation, Columbia University, 1996.
Winship, A.E. "Teachers College, New York City". Journal of Education 65 (1907): 453.
History of New York City Public Schools
Brumberg, Stephen F. Going to America, Going to School: The Jewish Immigrant Public School Encounter in Turn-of-the-Century New York City. New York: Praeger, 1986.
Cohen, Sol. Progressives and Urban School Reform: The Public Education Association of New York City, 1895-1954. New York: Bureau of Publications, Teachers College, Columbia University, 1964.
Educating an Urban People: The New York City Experience. New York: Teachers College Press, 1981. Edited by Diane Ravitch and Ronald K. Goodenow.
The Encyclopedia of New York City. [1995 Ed.] s.v. "Public Schools."
Palmer, Archie Emerson. The New York Public School: Being a History of Free Education in the City of New York. New York: MacMillan, 1905.
Ravitch, Diane. The Great School Wars: A History of the New York City Public Schools. New York: Basic Books, 1988.
Industrial Education Association
Bender, Thomas. History of Manual and Industrial Education, 1870 to 1917. Peoria: The Manual Arts Press, 1937.
Fisher, Berenice M. Industrial Education: American Ideals and Institutions. Madison: The University of Wisconsin Press, 1967.
Industrial Education Association. Annual Report. New York, 1885-1887.
Industrial Education Association. Annual Report of the President and Treasurer, 1887/1888. New York, printed for the Industrial Education Association, 1888.
Industrial Education Association. Catalogue. Childrens Industrial Exhibition under the Auspices of the Industrial Education Association. March 31st to April 6th, 1886, Cosmopolitan Hall New York City. New York, 1886.
Industrial Education Association. Educational Leaflet, No. 1-82. New York, 1887-1892.
Industrial Education Association. Monographs. New York, 1888-1891.
"New York Industrial Education Association." Lend A Hand 1 (1886): 368-370.
Kitchen Garden Association
Kitchen Garden Association. Advanced Lessons in Kitchen Garden: With Songs and Occupations. New York: J. W. Schermerhorn, 1883.
Kitchen Garden Association. Annual Reports. New York, 1881-1882.
Kitchen Garden Association. Household Economy: A Manual for Use in Schools. [New York:] Ivison, Blakeman, Taylor, 1882.
Kitchen Garden Association. Newspapers Clippings Relating to the Association. Circular of Inquiry Sent Out by the Association. New York: Kitchen Garden Association, 1880-1881. 3 vols. in 1.
Huntington, Emily. How to Teach Kitchen Garden or Object Lessons in Household Work. New York: Doubleday, Page & Co., 1901.
Huntington, Emily. The Kitchen Garden. New York: Kitchen Garden Association, 1878.
Olcott, Mrs. Kate (Van Santvoord). Kitchen Garden Exercises. "Kitchen Garden" Lessons. New York: Kitchen Garden Association, 1881.
Miss Porters School
Davis, Nancy. Miss Porters School: A History. New Haven, Conn.: Northeast Graphics, 1992.
Ferry, Abby (Farwell). When I Was at Farmington. Chicago: R.F. Seymour, 1931.
"An account of life at Miss Porters School, Farmington, Conn., largely contributed by former students."
Schaeffer, Evelyn Schuyler. Centenary of Miss Porter. New York: n.p., 1913. Reprinted from Scribners Magazine, 1913.
Stevenson, Louise L. Miss Porters School: A History in Documents, 1847-1948. New York: Garland, 1987. 2 vols.
Young Womens Christian Associations
Bannan, Regina. "Management by Women: The First Twenty-Five Years of the YWCA National Board, 1906-1931." Doctoral dissertation, University of Pennsylvania, 1994.
Bittar, Helen. " The YWCA of the City of New York: 1870 to 1920." Doctoral dissertation, New York University, 1979.
Fox, Genevieve M. The Industrial Awakening and the Young Womens Christian Association. New York: Industrial Committee, National Board, Young Womens Christian Associations, 1920.
Harper Elsie Dorothy. The Past Is Prelude: Fifty Years of Social Action in the YWCA. New York: Bureau of Communications, National Board, YWCA, 1963.
Moor, Lucy M. Girls of Yesterday and To-Day: The Romance of the Y.W.C.A. London: S.W. Partridge & Co., Ltd., 1911.
National Board of the Young Womens Christian Associations of the U.S.A. Girls of Yesterday and Today: Historical Pictures of Association Life: Prepared for Use in the Jubilee Year of the Young Womens Christian Associations. New York: The Board, 1915.
Rice, Anna V. A History of the Worlds Young Womens Christian Association. New York: The Womans Press, 1947.
Robinson, Marion O. Eight Women of the YWCA. New York: National Board of the Young Womens Christians Association of the U.S.A., 1966.
Sims, Mary S. The Natural History of a Social Institution -- The Young Womens Christian Association. New York: The Womans Press, 1936.
Weisenfeld, Judith. "The more abundant life": the Harlem Branch of the New York City Young Womens Christian Association, 1905-1945. Doctoral dissertation, Princeton University, 1992.
Young Womens Christian Association. The Conferences of the Young Womens Christian Associations of the United States. New York, 1908. Pamphlet in the collection of the New York Public Library.
Young Women Christian Association. The Young Women Christian Association: What It Is Doing in New York City. New York: YWCA of the City of New York, 1915.
Young Womens Christian Association of the U.S.A. National Endowment Committee. The Story of the YWCA from 1853 to 1924. New York: n.p., 1925.
Young Womens Christian Associations. The YWCA Today and Yesterday: A Handbook of National Associations, 1855-1955. Geneva: Worlds Young Womens Christian Association, 1955.
Nicholas Murray Butler
Healy, Mary Angelina. "The Educational Philosophy of Nicholas Murray Butler and Its Relevance for Contemporary Problems in Education." Doctoral dissertation, Catholic University of America, 1967.
Marrin, Albert. Nicholas Murray Butler. Boston: Twayne Publishers, 1976.
Whittemore, Richard. "Nicholas Murray Butler and Public Education, 1862-1911." Doctoral dissertation, Columbia University, 1962.
Whittemore, Richard. "Nicholas Murray Butler and the Teaching Profession." History of Education Quarterly 1 (1961): 22-37.
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