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Title: The training of workers in trades and industries
Year: 1920 (1920s)
Authors: University of Texas at Austin
Subjects: Vocational education
Publisher: Austin : The University
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: The Library of Congress

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Pattern Shop—San Antonio men with good trades are hampered in making a livingnowadays. Vocational education creates a demand for and broadensthe field of general education. The Federal and State Governments will help your localboard finance vocational work. The Director of Tradeand Industrial Education will gladly give information re-garding vocational schools of every type, courses of study,equipment, organization, and assist you in finding qualifiedteachers. Remember that classes along the line of general educa-tion can be opened for the young worker who has left schoolbefore completing common school or high school. Theseclasses are usually organized in general continuation schools. The Training of Woi-kers in Trades and Industries 11

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The Dam at Austin Types of Trade and Industrial Schools all-day unit trade schools Aim.—To teach the boy or girl the fundamentals of atrade. Who are the students?—Boys and girls who are not yetemployed, but who wish to learn a trade. When is the school open?—All day, at least five days aweek. Courses vary from one to four years. What subjects are taught? Shop Subjects The Building Trades.Auto Mechanics.Blacksmithing.Sheet Metal Work.Machine Shop Work.Patternmaking.Electrical Work.Dressmaking.Flower and FeatherMaking. Many other trades depending on the local demand,half of each day is spent in the shop. Millinery. Garment Machine Oper-ating. Straw Hat MachineOperating. Gas and Electric Weld-ing. Printing. Painting and Decorating. Bricklaying. One- 12 University of Texas Bulletin

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Title: Daily attractions in New York. Advance information of art exhibitions, lectures, concerts, churches, theatres, railroads, Pullman accommodations, points of interest, where to dine, etc. ..
Year: 1906 (1900s)
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Subjects: Advertising New York (N.Y.) — Guidebooks
Publisher: [New York] Daily attractions in New York (inc.)
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Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation

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