Blackwell History of Education Museum
|Title||Blackwell History of Education Museum|
|Description||In 1965 a group of NIU faculty members in the College of Education decided to create a resource library to support original research by students. They contributed books, documents, and artifacts to form the core of a research collection. In 1979 Ruth Blackwell, a teacher in South Dakota one-room school during the 1930s and 1940s, expanded the holding significantly through a large donation of books and artifacts from her personal collection. Ruth and her husband, Harold, a World War I veteran and attorney, also provided a substantial endowment to support the continued growth of the library and collections.|
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