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Title:  Social Settlements: United States. Alabama. Calhoun. "Calhoun Colored School": Agencies Promoting Assimilation of the Negro. Training Negro Girls in Domestic Science. Calhoun Colored School, Calhoun, Ala.: Cooking Class
Series: Social Museum Collection
Item Identifier:  3.2002.403.1 (Object Number)
Work Type:  photograph
Creator:  Attributed to Johnston, Frances Benjamin (1864-1952), American
Production:  Calhoun, Alabama, United States
Date:  1901
Dimensions:  image: 15 x 23.6 cm (5 7/8 x 9 5/16 in.)
Topics:  Photographs; young women; African Americans; settlement houses; assimilation; vocational training
Nationality/Culture:  American
Materials/Techniques:  Platinum print
Note:  Credit Line: Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Transfer from the Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Social Museum Collection
Copyright:  © President and Fellows of Harvard College
Repository:  Harvard Art Museums
Record Identifier: HUAM57861soc
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