Faith Dunne papers
The papers of Faith L. Dunne contain class work from her time at Harvard Graduate School of Education, and the M.A.T Program at Wesleyan University, as well as reports and research related to her consultancy work on small and rural schools including "Evolutions Works" and People United For Rural Education (PURE). The collection also contains some of her writings on education and some correspondence. Of note is her article "There is no one in there but some woman: Co-education at Dartmouth in the Mid-Seventies."
- 1961 - 2001
- Dunne, Faith L., 1940-2001 (Person)
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9 linear ft. (6 boxes)
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Faith L. Dunne (1940-2001), educator and professor. The collection contains reports, research, writings, correspondence and class material related to Dunne's own education and teaching as well as her study of rural and small schools.
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