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1 School of Design, San Fran. Samuel Purdy, sec`ry
14 years. Satisfactory examcisco, Cal. Art Association; Vir.
ination and tuigil Williams, direct'r.
tion fees. Yale School of the Fine Arts Professor John F. Weir, $178,000 7 6 Over 15..
director. 3 Art Schools of Chicago Acad. Charles Peck,cor.sec.;
Fees, examination, emy of Design. J. F. Gooking, di
and regular atrector.
tendance. 4 Illinois Industrial University J. M. Gregory, LL.D.,
Open to all stu. president of univ'ty.
dents of the uni.
versity. 5 Maryland Institute Schools Professor D. A. Wood
Membership in inof Art and Design. ward.
stitute and tui.
tion fees. 6 Art School, Baltimore, Md... A. J. H. Way and C. D.
Payment of tuition. Sauerwein.
fees. 7 Boston Art Club ..... Charles A. Barry, sec
Membership 8 Lowell School of Practical Charles Kastner....
Proficiency in freeDesign, Boston, Mass.
hand drawing, &c. 9 Massachusetts Institute of Prof. William R. Ware,
16 years. Satisfactory Technology, department S. B.
amination. of architecture. 10 Massachusetts Normal Art Walter Smith, State
Proficiency in eleSchool. art director.
mentary drawing. 11 Worcester County Free In- Professor C. O. Thomp. 120, 000 0 0 16 years. Satisfactory examstitute of Industrial Science.
ination. 12 St. Louis Art School...... Conrad Diehl......
Payment of tuition. 13 Manchester Art Association. Joseph B. Sawyer, sec.
Membership 14 Brooklyn Art Association... Wm. H. Husted, sec... 125, 000 0.
Desire for improve
ment. 15 Cornell University, course A. D. White, LL. D., 30,0001
Passing examinain architecture and me. president of univer
tion. cbanic arts.
sity. 16 Ladies' Art Association, N.Y Mrs."J. B. Collin, cor
Membership ..... responding sec'ry. 17 National Academy of Design L. E. Wilmarth, di- g250,000 6
Proficiency in elerector.
mentary drawing. 18 The Palette Club, N. Y..... Hon. Clark Bell, pres.;
Membership in the Charles N. Miller,
ence as to char
acter, &c. 2. The Free School of Sci- F. G. Tisdale, jr., Ph.
Over 15.. Letter of recomence and Art, (draw. D., director.
mendation. ing classes.) 20 College of Fine Arts of Syra- Professor Geo. F. Com.
Satisfactory examcuse University. fort, dean.
ination. 21 School of Design of the Uni. Thomas S. Noble....
6 14 years . Responsible referversity of Cincinnati,
ence. 22 Toledo University of Arts Charles J. Shipley..... 25,000 .. 2
Payment of fees.. and Trades. 23 Franklin Institute drawing J.B. Knight, secretary
Payment of fees... classes, Philadelphia, Pa. of institute. 24 Art classes of the Pennsyl. Jolin Sartain, secretary|g500,000 7 9
Proficiency in elevania Academy of the Fine of the academy.
mentary art stud. Arts, Philadelphia, Pa.
ies. 25 Philadelphia School of De. Miss E. Croasdale .... 25, 000 9.... 13 years. Satisfactory refersign for Women.
ence, payment of tuition, and daily
attendance. 26 Pittsburg School of Design Hugh Newell......
Payment of tuition for Women.
fees and regular
attendance. a Evening, weekly, and daily schools.
Drawing free; wood carving, $10 per term; clay modelling, $5 per term. c Modelling, painting in oil and water-colors, pastel painting, photography, &c., are also taught in the Day School of Design; cost of tuition from $12 to $80 per annum. About sixty of the pupils reported are in the day school..
Drawing, painting, perspective; theory
6 Arts of design ; painting, sculp
} 100 and history of art.
ture, and architecture.
12 History of Italian art... Drawing, painting, sculpture, and archi- a25, 40,100
5 Sculpture, painting, architect- 3 tecture,
ure, and decoration. Drawing, water-colors, wood-carving, clay (6) 2 courses. History and styles of architect. 4 modelling, architecture, history and prin
ure and principles of art. ciples of art. Industrial drawing in male night-school of
A course on perspective ..... 5 design.c Thorough courses of elementary study of
6 drawing and painting. Life school, free to members.
Relating to art. Practical designing......
8 Free-hand, mechanical and architectural 200
A series on ornament, composi- 9 drawing with the history, theory, and
tion, and the theory of archiscience of practical architecture.
tecture. Industrial drawing, painting, and designing. ao Several Architecture and building con- 10
courses. struction, machine drawing,
geometric drawing, perspective. Free-hand and mechanical drawing, color
11 ing, &c. Drawing from casts and painting from still
12 life. Geometrical and machine drawing; also
2 "Color as produced bylight, "and 13 casts and life studies.
“Dyeing textile fabrics.” Free. Sketching and painting.. Free.
14 Free-hand, mechanical, architectural draw.
18 Architecture ing, &c. Figure-painting and drawing; life class...
Essays on drawing, painting, 16
perspective, &c. Antique and life schools, schools of paint. Free.
Annual course ou art subjects. 17 ing, anatomy, and perspective.
Free. Drawing from the life
Drawing, painting, engraving, and photo
0 3 courses. Anatomy, history of art, and graphy.
perspective. Free-hand, mechanical, and architectural
0 drawing, drawing from life and cast, clay
modelling, &c. Architecture, painting, engraving, free- 100 6 courses. Æsthetics, history of fine arts, 20 band drawing, modelling, and photogra
mythology, archæology, and phy.
art literature. Painting, drawing, designing, wood-carv
0 Weekly. Relating to art. Free.. 21 ing, tile aud«hina painting, enameling,&c. Free-hand, geometrical, and architectural
9 Weekly. Mechanic arts
22 drawing Mechanical, architectural, free-hand, and
29. Science and mechanic arts. Free 23 miscellaneous drawing.
to members. Chiefly the human figure, with composition, Free.
Free lectures on art, anatomy, 24 chiaroscuro, color, perspective, &c.
modelling, perspective, &c. Industrial and fine art....
Comparative anatomy, history of 25
ornament, architecture, decorative art, color, perspective,
&c. All branches of art
Ornament, color, anatomy, bot- 26
d Free to citizens of Massachusetts, $50 per annum to others. e Free to students of Worcester County and to twenty Statė students; others, $100 per annum. f Per month. g With site.
6 Art School, Baltimore, Md..
N. Y. 16 Ladies' Art Association, New York, N. Y. 17 National Academy of Design, New York, NY 18 The Palette Club, New York, N. Y . (Cooper Union Art Schools, New York, N. Y.:
1. Woman's Art School 191
2. The Free School of Art....... 20 College of Fine Arts of Syracuse University, Syracuse, N. Y.. 21 School of Design of University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio.. 22 Toledo University of Arts and Trades, Toledo, Ohio ... 23 Franklin Institute drawing classes, Philadelphia, Pa.. 24 Art classes of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Phila
delphia, Pa. 25 Philadelphia School of Design for Women, Philadelphia, Pa 26 Pittsburg School of Design for Women, Pittsburg, Pa.
(t) 600 1001
I A number.
c Also 293 medallions, 100 Braun's autotypes of old masters, and a large collection of chromo-lithographs and photographs.
d Four of the casts are of statues. The school has also 35 modern paintings, 2,000 photographs, lithographs, &c., and a set of drawings donated by the life school at Paris. e These are "informal;" three" formal” exhibitions were given in 1874. s Number not reported'; value of library, about $2,000.g Also 3 oil paintings and 152 autotypes.
w | Number.
5 2 gold and 3 silver medals for excellence in Annual...
1 drawing and painting.
2 Annual and quar- | 3
4 7 Peabody prizes, 3 of $100 each and 4 of $50 Annual..
5 each; al so, 22 gold medals awarded by in.
7 2 in 1873–74..
8 2 Prizes given by Boston Society of Architects, Annual..
9 $50 each.
(*) (*) (*) (*) (*) (*)
1001, 000 401 (*) (*) (*) (*) (*)
24 50 (t) (t) (*) (*) (*) (*) (*) (*) (*) (*) (*)
16 500 4 Silver and bronze medals
Monthly and annual. 18 (TM) / (+) i10 For drawings from cast, from still-life, orna. | Annual.. mental drawing, and wood engraving,
19 6 For ornamental drawing, mechanical draw. Annual.. ....
ing, &c. (*)
120 751 411 Gold and silver medals..
21 201 497 383 2 One of $50 and one of $15.
Semi-annual 500 0
23 (*) (*)
24 (*) (*) (*) (1) For best work in all stages, one gold medal; Annual..... 25
also, sets of art books.
h An extensive collection.
j Thirteen ladies and 43 gentlemen, students in the College of Liberal Arts, also receive instruction in drawing in this college.
k Also 14 oil paintings and 47 autotypes.
TABLE XIX.-Statistics of institutions for the deaf and dumb for 1875; from replies to inquiries by the United States Bureau of Education.
NOTE.-x indicates an affirmative answer and also the branches taught.
1 Alabama Institution for the Deaf and Dumb and the Blind Talladega, Ala 2 Arkansas Deaf-Mute Institute
Little Rock, Ark
Mystic River, Conn.
Cave Spring, Ga. 7 Chicago Deaf-Mute School
Chicago, Ill.. 8 Illinois Institution for the Education of the Deaf and Dumb.. Jacksonville, Ili 9 ) Indiana Iustitution for the Deaf and Dumb
Indianapolis, Ind 10 Iowa Institution for the Deaf and Dumb
Council Bluffs, Iowa.
Northampton, Mass. 18 Institution for the Deaf and Dumb and the Blind*.
Flipt, Mich 19 | Institution for the Education of the Deaf and Dumb and the Faribault, Minn
Blind. 20 Mississippi Institution for the Deaf and Dumb.
St. Louis, Mo 23 | Nebraska Institution for the Deaf and Dumb
Omaha, Nebr 24 Class in Articulation in Cayuga Lake Academy.
Aurora, N. Y 25 Le Couteulx St. Mary's Institution for the Instruction of Buffalo, N. Y.
J. H. Johnson, MD
Warring Wilkinson, M. A
Zerah C. Whipple
Phi.ip G. Gillett, LL. D.
Rev. Thomas MacIntire, LL. D.
Rev. Benjamiu Talbot, M. A
Jno. A. Jacobs.
Charles W. Ely, M. A..
J. L. Noyes, A. M..
William D. Kerr, A. M., superintendent..
R. H. Kinney, M. A 1871Private
Charles Kelsey, A. M 1853 Sisters of St. | Sister Mary Anne Burke.