Stone Collection: Volume 83 - Item 21
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21. W. H. Heck, “A Unique Investigation. Methods of the General Education Board,” American Monthly Review of Reviews (September 1904): 327-28.
Description of the General Education Board, which had been chartered by Congress in January 1903 “’to act as a clearing-house for educational statistics and data,’ and to cooperate financially in the development of schools so far as its resources allowed.” A picture of Dr. Wallace Buttrick, Secretary of the General Education Board, appears on the first page.