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Jay P Kinney primers on drawing, 1890-1906

Jay P Kinney primers on drawing, 1890-1906

Kinney, Jay P, b. 1875-1975

Educator

Collection Information

Size: 0.2 linear ft.

Summary: Six published primers on drawing owned by Jay P Kinney, including "Syllabus for Secondary Scools: Academic Drawing and Advanced Drawing", Albany: New York State Education Department, 1906; State of New York, Department of Public Instruction, "Drawing for use in Teachers' Institutes and Training Classes", Albany: Weed-Parsons Printing Company, 1896; State of New York, Department of Public Instruction, "Outline Course of Art Instruction", prepared by Gratia L. Rice, State Director of Drawing, Albany: The Argus Company, 1894; [John Warren] "Ball's Form Study and Drawing Book, no. 3, 1000 Questions and Answers", Syracuse: C.W. Bardeen, 1891; Grace Hooper, "How to Teach Drawing" (New York: Teacher's Publishing Company, 1890); D.R. Augsburg [Director of Drawing in the public schools of Oakland, California], "Augsburg's Drawing Book I" (New York: Educational Publishing Company, 1901).

Biographical/Historical Note

Educator; Copperstown, N.Y. Jay P Kinney (no period after the "P") was Jean Quinette's grandfather. b. 1875; d. 1975. Also wrote books on forestry.

Provenance

Donated 2003 by Jean Quinette.

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