Bibliography: Ford English School

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Ford English School Bibliography

This bibliography was compiled by staff of the Benson Ford Research Center’s Archives and Library Department based on materials in our collections. If you have questions about these resources, please use our Submit a Question feature. If you are interested in duplication, please see our Duplication Resources FAQ.

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Periodicals

  • National Magazine. “Give Men a Chance, Not Charity.” Sarah Terrill Bushnell. July 1920, p.155

Ford Times

  • Assimilation Through Education, June 1915, v. 8, n. 9, p. 407-411
  • Americanization Day (photo), August 1915, v. 9, n. 1, p. 28
  • A Motto Wrought into Education, April 1916, v. 9, n. 9, p. 406-409
  • The Ford “American Club,” June 1916, v. 9, n. 11, p. 524
  • Better Workmen and Citizens, February 1917, v. 10, n.7, p. 315-319

Ford News

  • Echoes Heard in the Ford World (Enrollment), 1:1:7:4
  • Ford School Works Hard, 1:4:1:1-2 
  • Hold Exercises at Ford School, 1:4:7:4
  • English School Has Big Party, 1:5:4:3
  • Staff Instructors Needed, 1:5:4:3
  • Angell School to Conduct English Classes, 1:19L:5:1
  • Americanization Class Calls for Students, 2:19L:5:
  • Not Too Late to Join English Classes, 2:23L:4:2
  • English Classes Held for Foreign-Born, 3:6L:4:1
  • English Classes for Foreign-Born, 5:6L:8:3

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