San Francisco State Student teacher with immigrant students at the People's Place

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Photograph of students doing paper crafts enrolled in the People's Place with their student teacher. The People's Place was a teacher training school run by San Francisco State Teachers College under the direction of Sociology professor Bertha H. Monroe in 1922 as part of its Department of Immigrant Education, Home Teaching and Night School Service. San Francisco State student teachers at the People's Place taught English language pronunciation to recent immigrants, specifically Italian, Spanish, Scandinavian, Slavs, Japanese, and Chinese, along with exercises, games and songs. It was located at the Telegraph Hill Settlement House in North Beach, San Francisco, California.

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sctp-57
Created by
San Francisco State Teachers' College
Date
c. 1925
Type
Photograph
Format
TIFF
Source
San Francisco State University Archives
Locale
San Francisco, California
Rights
Public
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940

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