Finding Aid to the San Francisco Unified School District Records 1854-2005 (bulk 1874-1978)

Finding aid prepared by Tami J. Suzuki.
San Francisco History Center, San Francisco Public Library
100 Larkin Street
San Francisco, CA, 94102
(415) 557-4567
info@sfpl.org
March 31, 2005


Title: San Francisco Unified School District Records
Date (inclusive): 1854-2005
Date (bulk): 1874-1978
Collection Identifier: SFH 3
Creator: San Francisco Unified School District.
Physical Description: 143 boxes, 2 file cabinet drawers, 88 scrapbooks (118.2 cubic feet)
Contributing Institution: San Francisco History Center, San Francisco Public Library
100 Larkin Street
San Francisco, CA 94102
(415) 557-4567
info@sfpl.org
Abstract: This collection documents the San Francisco Unified School District's history through materials collected by the Teachers Professional Library beginning in 1854, the fourth year of the Department of Common Schools, as it was then known. While there are materials from the early years of the district, the bulk of the collection is from 1874 to 1978. Major areas include administrative documents, curriculum titles, reports produced by the school district, and newspaper clippings. Materials include administrative circulars, photographs, scrapbooks, books, pamphlets, newsletters, district directories, handbooks, budget documents, salary surveys and schedules, maps, and newspaper articles.
Physical Location: The collection is stored offsite.
Language of Materials: Collection materials are in English.

Access

The collection is available for use during San Francisco History Center hours, with photographs available during Photo Desk hours. Collections that are stored offsite should be requested 48 hours in advance.

Publication Rights

All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the City Archivist.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], San Francisco Unified School District Records (SFH 3), San Francisco History Center, San Francisco Public Library.

Provenance

The San Francisco Unified School District Records were transferred to the San Francisco Public Library from the school district in 1999.

Materials Transferred

Yearbooks and some other publications have been transferred to the book collection of the San Francisco Public Library, where they have been integrated with other bound volumes. These include: Annual and Biennial Reports of the State Superintendent of Public Instruction, 1852-1926 (broken, titles vary); San Francisco Public Schools Annual Reports, 1862 to 1937 (broken; title varies) and 1956 to 1967; San Francisco Public Schools Bulletin, 1930 to 1967, and San Francisco Unified School District Newsletter, 1967 to 1977; and Rules and Regulations of the Board of Education, 1863 to 1927 (broken; title varies). See Appendix B for a complete list of titles moved.
Photographs and negatives have been transferred to the San Francisco Historical Photograph Collection.

Related Materials

Researchers are encouraged to see also the San Francisco History Center's vertical files, reference cards, and small manuscripts collections on schools; as well as biographical files and cards for individuals. Researchers should also check the catalog holdings of the San Francisco Public Library for related materials. A list of related materials is found in Appendix A.
Researchers are encouraged to see also the following related archival collections: Luther Burbank Middle School Records (SFH 20); the Mrs. Joseph (Elizabeth) Morcombe San Francisco, Second District, California Congress of Parents and Teachers (PTA) Records (SFH 12); and the Second District of the California PTA (San Francisco PTA) Records (SFH 21), all available at the San Francisco History Center, San Francisco Public Library.

Processing Information note

During processing, the entire collection was re-foldered and re-housed in acid-free folders and boxes. Some metal staples remain. Some documents on acidic or thermal paper were photocopied onto acid-free paper. Other documents on acidic paper were kept in their original state and separated with acid-free paper. Scrapbooks were housed in either acid-free boxes or polyester bags. A few damaged negatives and unfixed proofs were digitally copied and then removed.

Biographical/Historical note

The first American school in the state was a private institution, established in San Francisco in April, 1847. Later the same year, the first public schoolhouse was built in 1847 on the southwest corner of the town plaza, now Portsmouth Square. On Feb. 21, 1848, the first school board was elected, and the school opened on April 3, 1848, led by Thomas Douglas. The Douglas school charged tuition but was under public auspices with partial public support. Word of gold soon drew citizens away from San Francisco, and the school was closed; the building was demolished in 1850. In late 1849, Mr. and Mrs. John C. Pelton opened a school in the First Baptist Church. By a resolution adopted by the Common Council, the Peltons' school became a free public school in April, 1850. Meanwhile, the Happy Valley School opened in July, 1850, near the corner of Second and Minna streets. Happy Valley was a private enterprise but free to those who couldn't afford it. The following spring, the Spring Valley School opened, also private but free to those who couldn't pay.
In 1851, the Common Council passed the first Free School Ordinance, which allowed for the levying of taxes, divided the city into seven school districts, and established a free public school in each district and the annual election of a school board. The first school board under this organization hired Thomas J. Nevins as Superintendent of the Free Common Schools of the city. Happy Valley (later named Denman Grammar) was the first public school to open under this organization, immediately followed by the Powell Street School and Washington Grammar School. The following schools were organized in 1852: Rincon School, Spring Valley Grammar School, Union Grammar School, Mission Grammar School, and Clark's Point Grammar School (later named Garfield Primary). A number of private schools also continued to operate. An 1852 census indicated there were 2,050 school-age children in San Francisco.
Known first as the Department of Common Schools, the department later became known as San Francisco Public Schools, the Department of Education, and the San Francisco Unified School District, its current name. The district is run by a superintendent hired by the Board of Education, an elected body of policy makers.
In 1853, the State Legislature passed an act making Catholic or "ward" schools part of the public school system. The act was subsequently repealed in 1855, in an effort to separate church and state schools. However, ward schools were merged into the city's public schools.
The first high school began in 1856 as Union Grammar School with 80 advanced pupils, both boys and girls. It was declared a permanent high school in January, 1858, and named San Francisco High School; the first class of 11 students graduated in December, 1859. The sexes were separated in 1864, with the girls transferring to Girls High School at the corner of Bush and Stockton streets, and the boys remaining at the newly-renamed Boys High School on Powell Street. Girls were allowed "to take a Classical course of study" at Boys High in 1888. The name was changed to Lowell High School in 1894, a coeducational school.
Evening school was established in 1856 to accommodate youth who worked during the day. In 1864, the student population included those over 18 years of age. Other special classes and schools established over the years included the Oral School for the Deaf (in 1901), conservation of vision classes, Sunshine School (for physically disabled students), Health School and open air classes, hospital classes, speech correction classes, and adult English classes. "Part-time school" became known as continuation school in 1929.
A form of foreign language instruction began as early as 1864, with classical study in Latin and German offered at Boys High School. In 1878, Superintendent A.L. Mann said that Spanish-language instruction was more valuable than French or German. Spanish instruction began in evening classes two years later, and the board passed a resolution in 1908 allowing for Spanish to be taught in high schools, alongside French and German.
In addition to foreign language instruction, the U.S. Supreme court ruled (in Lau v. Nichols, 1974) that the school district must provide bilingual education to non-English-speaking or limited-English proficient students. However, in 1998, California voters abolished bilingual education with passage of Proposition 227.
In 1852, the male teachers established the Teachers Institute to improve knowledge and the art of teaching. The school department ran a Normal School for teachers, initially consisting of weekly meetings, with the first class graduating in 1861. Other early professional organizations included the Teachers' Mutual Aid Society, organized in 1873, the Principals' Association of San Francisco (formed in 1888), and the San Francisco Teachers Club, organized in 1893. As the city grew, the number of teachers increased, and a number of teachers' councils were formed. In 1911, the Kate Kennedy School Women's Club was organized to further female teachers' rights including salary equity. The club was merged with other teachers' organizations into the Teachers' Association of San Francisco in 1917. This organization immediately became active in municipal and state movements affecting schools, children, and teachers. The same year, the Classroom Teachers' Association was also formed. The San Francisco Federation of Teachers, No. 61, was chartered by the American Federation of Teachers in 1919. In 1989, the SF Federation of Teachers merged with the SF Classroom Teachers Association, a chapter of the National Education Association, to form the United Educators of San Francisco.
In 1878, the first free kindergarten west of the Rocky Mountains was established at 64 Silver Street in San Francisco. Pioneered by Kate Douglas Wiggin, kindergartens were adopted by the school board in 1880.
The fire following the 1906 earthquake destroyed 31 school buildings. Public school children and citizens from around the country raised $30,157.15 towards the construction of a school building. Yerba Buena School was dedicated on May 23, 1909 utilizing these funds. The contents of the cornerstone were revealed during construction in 1922 and are included in this collection.
Vocational education classes were first offered at Humboldt Evening High School in 1896. In 1936, the Samuel Gompers Trade School opened its doors, providing vocational and academic courses, pre-employment courses, and apprenticeship training. The adult and vocational division was organized in 1945; it transferred to the newly created Junior College district in 1969.
The school district established San Francisco Junior College (also known as City College) in 1935, providing both academic and vocational instruction. The main campus on Phelan Avenue was dedicated in 1940. In 1969, the San Francisco Community College District was formed, thus separating the college from SFUSD.
The junior high school plan began in California in 1909. In 1913, three grammar schools, Crocker, Hamilton, and Horace Mann, were designated as intermediate schools, offering modified schedules and curriculum designed for adolescent children. In 1922, the same three schools were designated as junior high schools. These usually served seventh, eighth and ninth grades. Middle schools emerged in 1978, serving sixth through eighth grades.
Separate schools for "colored" children, established in 1854, were abolished in 1875. The first school for Chinese children was started in 1859. An act of the State Legislature in 1860 excluded Negroes, Mongolians, and American Indians from public schools; however, the penalty for admitting them was eliminated in 1864. By 1871, the Chinese school was closed and Chinese students were excluded from public schools. African American and Chinese American parents fought for inclusion in their neighborhood schools, bringing matters to the Supreme Court of California. In the case of Mary Frances Ward, the court pronounced in 1874 that separate was equal; however, if separate schools didn't exist, colored children could enter white schools. In the 1885 case of Mamie Tape, a Chinese American student, the court ruled that the school district must provide an education. In response, the district immediately established the segregated Chinese Primary School, preventing Tape from attending Spring Valley School. Chinese students were allowed to attend neighborhood schools by the late 1920s, although racial segregation would not be repealed from the state's Education Code until 1947, and geographic segregation would continue.
By the end of the nineteenth century, larger numbers of Japanese children were attending the city's public schools, presenting the "Japanese question." Following the earthquake and fire of 1906, the school department renamed the Chinese Primary School as the Oriental Public School, and directed all Chinese, Japanese, and Korean children to the school. This set an international crisis in motion, with President Theodore Roosevelt intervening. The segregation order against Japanese students only was lifted in 1907, and the federal government promised to restrict Japanese immigration, leading to the Gentlemen's Agreement of 1908 with Japan.
In 1954, the Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, KS lawsuit outlawed separate-but-equal schools. Efforts to end de facto segregation in San Francisco included the start of busing in 1971. In 1978, African Americans sought to desegregate the district and improve the quality of education in San Francisco NAACP v. SFUSD. The resulting consent decree, approved in 1983, mandated the desegregation of all schools, programs, and classrooms, and stated that no school could have more than 40 percent of one ethnicity. Reconstitution, or the practice of bringing in new staff at low-performing schools, was promoted to improve academic achievement. In 1987, the racial cap was raised to 45%. In1999, a group of Chinese parents successfully challenged the school district in a lawsuit over the racial cap (in Ho v. SFUSD), ending the use of race in assigning students. As a result, in 2002, the district instituted a "diversity index" which assigned students based on socio-economic factors. After two years under the diversity index, parents continued to be dissatisfied with having their children placed in cross-town schools.

Scope and Contents

This collection documents the San Francisco Unified School District's history through materials collected by the Teachers Professional Library beginning in 1854, the fourth year of the Department of Common Schools, as it was then known. While there are materials from the early years of the district, the bulk of the collection is from 1874 to 1978. Major areas include administrative documents, curriculum titles, reports produced by the school district, and newspaper clippings. Materials include administrative circulars, photographs, scrapbooks, books, pamphlets, newsletters, district directories, handbooks, budget documents, salary surveys and schedules, maps, and newspaper articles. Yearbooks have been transferred to the library's book collection and can be located through the online catalog. Some of the oldest materials are circulars from the superintendent to staff (1874-1929), an 1867 diploma for a member of the first class of Union Grammar School, an 1879 diploma for a member of the first class of Rincon Grammar School, pamphlets on education (known as "Scraps," 1854-1924, in Reports and Publications), courses of study (1876-1915, in Curriculum Titles), and an 1884-1885 class register. The most recent items are a graduation program, yearbook, and class photograph from the last graduating class of Benjamin Franklin Middle School in 2005.
The circulars, annual reports, weekly and monthly bulletins, board rules and administrative regulations, and reports and publications provide a variety of information documenting the school district's history, issues, and policies from 1862 to 1980. Annual reports, weekly bulletins, and board rules and regulations were transferred to the library's book collection; see Appendix B. There are extensive newspaper clippings from 1906-1986, as well as a good number of curriculum titles from 1876-1979 (bulk 1927-1978). The earliest budget documents are from 1907. The collection includes the contents of cornerstones for Bay View School, laid March 8, 1908, and Yerba Buena School, laid May 23, 1909. Also included is Emmy Lou Packard's artwork for a third grade social studies series (in Curriculum Titles). Photographs mainly cover the years 1930 to 1977.
Major subjects include integration, buildings and grounds, counseling and guidance, disadvantaged groups, finances, rules and regulations, salaries, and vocational education. A few audio/visual materials are included (in the Curriculum Titles sub-series). A list of superintendents with years of employment is in Appendix C.
Board meeting minutes are not included, other than items from minutes from 1927 to 1928. (The school district maintains board meeting minutes from 1908 to present.) The collection does not include building blueprints, personnel records, or student records.

Arrangement

The material has been arranged into nine series: Series 1: Board of Education; Series 2: Administration; Series 3: Staff; Series 4: Schools; Series 5: Instructional Materials; Series 6: Reports and Publications; Series 7: Press Clippings; Series 8: Photographs; and Series 9: Parent-Teacher Association. Within some series are a number of subseries. Most series are arranged chronologically.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

San Francisco (Calif.). Board of Education -- Archives
Schools--California--San Francisco

 

Series 1 Board of Education, 1907-1985

Physical Description: 1.25 cubic feet

Scope and Contents

This series contains certificates of appointment for the early 1900s, resolutions (1909-1910, pasted into a scrapbook), items from minutes (1927-1928), the 1946 administrative code, administrative regulations of 1971, and board policies adopted from the mid-1970s to 1980. Biographies of a few board members were moved from the Photographs series.
Rules and regulations of the board from 1863 to 1927 (broken, 8 volumes) have been transferred to the library's book collection and have the call number 379.794 Sa52ru. Pictures of board members are found in Series 8: Photographs. Published articles about the board are found in Series 7: Press Clippings.
A copy of A Statement of the Conditions and Wants of the Public School Department of San Francisco by a Committee of the Board of Education, 1866, is included in the annual reports; see the library catalog. See Series 2: Administration; Subseries Superintendent for board policy circulars (from 1896-1925) included with the superintendents' circulars.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.
Box 1, Folder 1

Certificates of Appointment, 1907-1916

Box 2

Resolutions, 1909-1910

Box 3, Folder 1

Three Years on a Board, 1924

Box 4

Items From Minutes, 1927-1928

Box 3, Folder 2

Charter Amendment No. 27, Elected Board, 1930

Box 3, Folder 3

"Who Shall Lead Them?" 1941

Box 3, Folder 4

Administrative Code, 1944

Box 3, Folder 5

Administrative Code, 1946

Box 3, Folder 6

Charter Amendment, Unpaid Lay Board, [1969?]

Box 3, Folders 7-8

Policies, v. 1, [1963-1971]

Box 3, Folders 9-11

Policies, [v. 2?], [1971?-1980]

Box 3, Folder 12

Administrative Regulations, [1971]

Box 3, Folder 13

"Know Your Board", [197-]

Box 3, Folder 14

Members' Biographies, 1970s, 1966-1981

Box 3, Folder 15

Members' Biographies, 1981, 1981

Box 3, Folder 16

"We Want You to Know Your Board of Education", [1985]

 

Series 2 Administration, 1874-2002 (bulk 1874-1929)

Physical Description: 12.64 cubic feet

Scope and Contents

This series contains administrative documents. Of special interest are the administrative circulars (1874-1929) issued separately by the superintendent and the board. Newspaper articles on superintendents (mainly 1964-1999) are found in Series 7: Press Clippings.

Arrangement

Arranged into five subseries: Subseries A: Superintendent of Schools; Subseries B: Budget; Subseries C: Legal; Subseries D: Directories; and Subseries E: Files.
 

Subseries A Superintendent of Schools, 1874-1970 1874-1933

Physical Description: 8.67 cubic feet

Scope and Contents

Annual reports on the department's financial condition and accomplishments were submitted by the Superintendent to the Board. These bound volumes, from 1862 to 1937 and 1956 to 1967, have the call number 379.794 Sa52r. The 1862 report includes a school census, a school list, finances, teacher salaries, attendance, a list of graduates, and recommendations. The 1864 report has remarks on separation of the sexes, opposed by the superintendent, and bible instruction, supported by the superintendent. (Separate high schools for boys and girls were instituted that year.) Annual reports also include courses of study, examinations, property acquisitions, erection of new buildings, lists of teachers, principals and Board members, speeches, historical sketches, and lists of where teachers trained and their certification dates.
Beginning in 1930, the superintendent's office published weekly bulletins on professional subjects for teachers and department heads. The bulletins are bound into volumes by school year. The San Francisco Public Schools Bulletin, also known as Superintendent's Bulletin, was continued in 1967 by the San Francisco Unified School District Newsletter, also known as the District Newsletter. The weekly bulletins and newsletters (95 volumes removed to the book collection) cover the years 1930 to 1977 and have the call number 379.794 Sa52sa v.1-37 and 39-48. See Series 8: Photographs for photographs from these publications.

Arrangement

This subseries is further organized into four parts: Part 1: Circulars and Bulletins; Part 2: Monthly Bulletins; Part 3: Special Reports; and Part 4: Speeches and Appointments. The circulars, along with the superintendents' annual reports and weekly and monthly bulletins, provide good documentation of the school department from 1862 to 1977. Newspaper articles on superintendents are found in Series 7: Press Clippings. See Series 8: Photographs for pictures of superintendents. Parts are arranged mostly chronologically.
 

Part 1 Circulars and Bulletins, 1874-1957 1874-1929

Physical Description: 7.6 cubic feet

Scope and Contents

Superintendents' circulars of memoranda (mostly printed) to staff include circulars issued by the Board. These are glued into scrapbooks, with a few duplicates in folders. Due to the fragility as well as format of the scrapbooks, some of these items may not be photocopied. Sample topics include rules and regulations, annual examinations, courses of study, supplies, vaccinations, holidays, lectures, and an essay contest offered by the Womens Christian Temperance Union on "Twin Evils, Intemperance and Tobacco," with cash prizes (July 20, 1881, circular no. 68). These scrapbooks are a good source of documents issued from 1874 to 1929. Circulars were later known as Bulletins.
Board circulars cover policies such as participation in censuses and school closures. Board memoranda on staff assignments are also found here. A May 13, 1896 circular instructs staff that "it is the desire of the Board of Education that Chinese and Japanese be not employed in or about the school buildings."

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.
Box 5

Superintendent and Board, 1874-1885

Box 6

Examinations, 1876-1904

Box 7

Superintendent, Board, and Examinations, 1879-1881

Box 8

1885-1888

Box 9

1885-1896

Box 10

1887-1899

Box 11

Superintendent and Board, 1896-1905

Box 12

Superintendent and Board, 1905-1911

Box 13

Superintendent and Board, 1907-1914

Box 14

Superintendent and Board, 1912-1914

Box 15

Superintendent and Board, 1911-1913 and 1913-1915

Box 16

1913-1920

Box 17

Superintendent and Board, 1915-1917

Box 18

1916-1921

Box 19

Board, 1916-1921

Box 20

Superintendent and Board, 1921-1922 and 1922-1923

Box 21

1920-1923

Box 22

1921-1924

Box 23

Board, 1921-1925

Box 24

1923-1924 and 1925-1926

Box 25

1925

Box 26

1926-1927 and 1927-1928

Box 27

1928-1929 and 1929

 

Duplicates in Folders,

Box 28, Folder 1

Duplicates, 1 of 3, 1881-1914

Box 28, Folders 2-3

Duplicates, 2-3 of 3, 1926-1929

Box 28, Folder 4

Loose, 1 of 2, [1939?]-1940

Box 28, Folder 5

Loose, 2 of 2, 1954-1957

 

Part 2 Monthly Bulletins, 1930-1933 (broken)

Physical Description: 0.33 cubic feet

Scope and Contents

Monthly bulletins were interdepartmental newsletters issued by the Superintendent along with the weekly bulletins beginning in 1930. These were presumably intended mainly for teachers and principals. It appears that the monthly bulletins were published for only 3 years. A card index is included. Topics included the Community Chest, immigrant education, junior colleges, and handwriting instruction.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.
Box 29

V. 1-3 (broken), 1930-1932

Box 29

V. 4 (broken), 1932-1933

Box 30

Index to Monthly Bulletins, 1930-1933

 

Part 3 Special Reports, 1942-1970

Physical Description: 0.67 cubic feet

Scope and Contents

Special reports include a 1942 report to the board by Superintendent Joseph P. Nourse, a 1950 report to the Board by Superintendent Herbert C. Clish on his philosophy of education, and 1950 and 1951 memoranda on a war training program and civilian defense.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.
Box 3, Folder 17

A Report to the Board (Joseph P. Nourse), 1942

Box 3, Folder 18

Clish's Philosophy of Education, 1950

Box 3, Folder 19

San Francisco State College (Herbert Clish), 1953

Box 3, Folder 20

School Progress Report, 1947-1955, 1955

Box 3, Folder 21

Herbert Clish's Bound Reports, [1949-1954]

Box 3, Folder 22

Harold Spears' Bound Reports, Vols. 1-2, 1956-1958

Box 3, Folder 23

Harold Spears' Bound Reports, Vol. 3, 1958-1959

Box 3, Folder 24

Harold Spears' Bound Reports, Vol. 4, 1959-1960

Box 31, Folder 1

Harold Spears' Bound Reports, Vols. 5-6, 1960-1962

Box 31, Folder 2

Harold Spears' Bound Reports, Vols. 7-8, 1963-1965

Box 31, Folder 3

Harold Spears' Bound Reports, Vols. 9-10, 1965-1970

Box 31, Folder 4

Waldemar Rojas: Accountability and STAR Testing, 1998

 

Part 4 Speeches and Appointments, 1909-1939

Physical Description: 6.0 folders

Scope and Contents

This small section has some speeches on the San Francisco Public Schools and copies of appointments of deputy superintendents by Alfred Roncovieri from 1909 to 1917.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.
Box 31, Folder 5

Appointments, 1909-1917

Box 31, Folder 6

"The Comparative Low Standing of the Public Schools", 1911

Box 31, Folder 7

R.H. Webster's Reply to "Comparative Low Standing", 1912

Box 31, Folder 8

High School Students' Oath, [192-]

Box 31, Folder 9

Statistics, 1850-1925, 1930

Box 31, Folder 10

"Educational Objectives in the SF Public Schools", [1939]

 

Subseries B Budget, 1907-2001

Physical Description: 1.7 cubic feet

Scope and Contents

Includes budget documents (1907-1928, 1971-1973, and 1997-2001), financial statements, financial statement reports, statistical data and reports, and reports on the organization of the budget office.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically, with statistical data last.
Box 31, Folder 11

Fiscal Year, 1907-1908

Box 31, Folder 12

1909-1910

Box 31, Folder 13

1913-1914

Box 31, Folder 14

1914-1915

Box 31, Folder 15

1915-1916

Box 31, Folder 16

1916-1917

Box 31, Folder 17

1918-1919

Box 31, Folder 18

1919-1920

Box 31, Folder 19

1927-1928

Box 230, Folder 1

1997-1998

Box 230, Folder 2

1998-1999

Box 230, Folder 3

1999-2000

Box 31, Folder 19

Increase in Cost of Public Schools, 1942

Box 31, Folder 20

Report and Financial Statements, FY 1960-1961

Box 31, Folder 21

Report and Financial Statements, FY 1961-1962

Box 31, Folder 22

Fiscal Year, 1971-1972

Box 31, Folder 23

Office Organization Proposal, August 28, 1972

Box 31, Folder 24

Office Organization Report, v. 2-8, 1972

Box 31, Folder 25

Office Organization Report, September 22, 1972

Box 31, Folder 26

Office Organization Progress Report, November 30, 1972

Box 31, Folder 27

Office Organization: Position Control System , December 14, 1972

Box 31, Folder 28

Fiscal Year, 1972-1973

Box 31, Folder 29

Fiscal Year, 1973-1974

Box 31, Folder 30

Guide to the Budget, [1973?]

Box 31, Folder 31

Examination of Financial Statements, FY 1975-1976

Box 31, Folder 32

Examination of Financial Statements, FY 1976-1977

Box 31, Folder 33

Examination of Financial Statements, FY 1977-1978

Box 31, Folder 34

Examination of Financial Statements, FY 1978-1979

Box 31, Folder 35

Examination of Financial Statements, FY 1979-1980

Box 31, Folder 36

Examination of Financial Statements, FY 1980-1981

Box 31, Folder 37

Examination of Financial Statements, FY 1981-1982

Box 31, Folder 38

Examination of Financial Statements, FY 1982-1983

Box 31, Folder 39

Examination of Financial Statements, FY 1984-1985

 

Statistical Reports,

Box 32, Folder 1

1929/30-1939/40

Box 32, Folder 2

1940/41-1944/45

Box 32, Folder 3

1945/46-1949/50

Box 32, Folder 4

1950/51-1954/55

Box 32, Folder 5

1955/56-1959/60

Box 32, Folder 6

1960/61-1961/62

Box 32, Folder 7

1962/63-1970/71

 

Subseries C Legal, 1909-1975

Physical Description: 0.67 cubic feet

Scope and Contents

Includes court transcripts of a few matters brought against the school district, grand jury reports, copies of California School Law (1909 and 1917), and California legislative reports.

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by title.
Box 33

Ada Aebli vs. Board of Education, [1934]

Box 33

Edythe Aceves vs. Board of Education, [1934]

Box 33, Folder 1

Belva Bellman vs. San Francisco High School District, [1936]

Box 33, Folder 2

Board of Education vs. John W. Mass, [1944]

Box 33, Folder 3

Grace B. Keenan vs. SFUSD, [1948]

Box 34, Folder 1

Grand Jury Reports, [1953-1963]

Box 34, Folder 2

School Law of California, 1909

Box 34, Folder 3

School Law of California, 1917

Box 34, Folder 4

1971 California Legislature Final Report, 1972

Box 34, Folder 5

1974 Legislative Report, 1975

 

Subseries D Directories, 1905-1994 (broken)

Physical Description: 1.0 cubic feet

Scope and Contents

District directories generally list superintendent, deputy superintendents, administrative staff, board members, schools, and principals. Until about 1925, teachers' assigned schools and residences were also included. Central office directories refer to administration only, except for the 1994 directory which includes schools.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically, with District Directories followed by Central Office Directories.
 

District Directories,

Box 35, Folder 1

1905

Box 35, Folder 2

1908

Box 35, Folder 3

1909

Box 35, Folder 4

1911/12

Box 35, Folder 5

1912/13

Box 35, Folder 6

1915

Box 35, Folder 7

1920

Box 35, Folder 8

1925

Box 35, Folder 9

1928

Box 35, Folder 10

1929

Box 35, Folder 11

1930

Box 35, Folder 12

1931

Box 35, Folder 13

1932

Box 35, Folder 14

1933

Box 35, Folder 15

1934

Box 35, Folder 16

1935

Box 35, Folder 17

1936

Box 35, Folder 18

1937

Box 35, Folder 19

1938

Box 35, Folder 20

1939

Box 35, Folder 21

1940

Box 35, Folder 22

1941

Box 35, Folder 23

1942

Box 35, Folder 24

1943

Box 35, Folder 25

1944

Box 35, Folder 26

1945

Box 35, Folder 27

1946

Box 35, Folder 28

1947

Box 35, Folder 29

1948

Box 35, Folder 

1949

Box 35, Folder 31

1950

Box 35, Folder 32

1951

Box 35, Folder 33

1952

Box 35, Folder 34

1953

Box 35, Folder 35

1954

Box 35, Folder 36

1955

Box 35, Folder 37

1956

Box 35, Folder 38

1957

Box 35, Folder 39

1958

Box 35, Folder 40

1959

Box 35, Folder 41

1960

Box 35, Folder 42

1961

Box 35, Folder 43

1962

Box 35, Folder 44

1963

Box 35, Folder 45

1964-1965

Box 35, Folder 46

1965-1966

Box 35, Folder 47

1966-1967

Box 35, Folder 48

1967-1968

Box 35, Folder 49

1968-1969

Box 35, Folder 50

1969-1970

Box 35, Folder 51

1970-1971

Box 35, Folder 52

1972-1973

Box 35, Folder 53

1973-1974

Box 35, Folder 54

1975-1976 [1974-1975?]

Box 35, Folder 55

1975-1976

Box 35, Folder 56

1976-1977

Box 35, Folder 57

1978/79

Box 35, Folder 58

1979-1980

Box 35, Folder 59

1982

Box 35, Folder 60

1983

Box 35, Folder 61

1985

Box 35, Folder 62

1986

Box 35, Folder 63

1987

Box 35, Folder 64

1988

Box 35, Folder 65

1989

Box 35, Folder 66

1990

Box 35, Folder 67

1992

Box 35, Folder 68

1993

 

Central Office Directories,

Box 35, Folder 69

1976

Box 35, Folder 70

1977

Box 35, Folder 71

1978

Box 35, Folder 72

1979

Box 35, Folder 73

1980

Box 35, Folder 74

1982

Box 35, Folder 75

1994

 

Subseries E Files, 1884-[2002]

Physical Description: 0.6 cubic feet

Scope and Contents

There are only a few administrative files. These include organization charts and administrative organization reports. Of note is an 1884-1885 class register which lists students' grades. Another unusual item is a 1906-1907 "day-book," or inventory, of supplies appropriated to individual schools and departments following the earthquake. Included is a 20th century block book with locations of School District properties.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.
Box 36, Folder 1

Class Register, 1884-1885

Box xx

Block Book (showing District properties), 1906-[19--]

Box 36, Folder 2

Attendance, 1911

Box 36, Folder 3

Organization of Traffic Reserve, [1923?]

Box 36, Folder 4

Administrative Organization Study, [1944]

Box 37, Folder 1

Day-Book, [1906-1907?]

Box 36, Folder 5

Graduation Requirements, 1950

Box 36, Folder 6

Organizational Chart Comparing 1958-59 and 1954-55, 1959

Box 36, Folders 7-8

Survey of Business and Clerical Operations, 1959

Box 36, Folder 9

Census Tracts, 1970

Box 36, Folder 10

Organizational Chart, 1971

Box 36, Folder 11

Central Office Duties, 1972

Box 36, Folder 12

School Zones, [1974?]

Box 36, Folder 13

Reorganization of Central Administration, 1976

Box 36, Folder 14

Assessing School Performance, 1976

Box 36, Folder 15

Recommendations on Districtwide Planning, 1977

Box 36, Folder 16

Minority and Women Business Enterprises Directory, 1978

Box 36, Folder 17

Organizational Chart, [19--]

Box 36, Folder 18

Parent Handbook and Calendar, [2001]

Box 36, Folder 19

Elementary Schools Map, [2002]

 

Series 3 Staff, 1890-1979 (bulk 1940-1960)

Physical Description: 4.5 cubic feet

Scope and Contents

This series focuses on employee matters and is organized into five subseries: Subseries A: Employment; Subseries B: Policies and Procedures Handbooks; Subseries C: Professional Activities; Subseries D: Sabbatical Journals; and Subseries E: Salaries.

Arrangement

Arranged mostly chronologically.
 

Subseries A Employment, 1909-1972

Physical Description: 0.7 cubic feet

Scope and Contents

The Employment subseries includes a copy of Rules of the San Francisco City and County Board of Examination (1909), a report on recruitment, and the resignation statement of Superintendent Thomas A. Shaheen. No other personnel records are included.

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by folder title.
Box 36, Folder 20

Rules of Board of Examination, [1909?]

Box 36, Folder 21

City Employment Retirement System, 1928

Box 36, Folder 22

Health Service System, 1938

Box 36, Folder 23

Teacher Recruitment and Training Report, 1960

Box 36, Folder 24

Summary of Racial Employment, 1965

Box 36, Folder 25

Superintendent Harold Spears, 1967

Box 36, Folder 26

Teachers Application, [1970?]

Box 36, Folder 27

Administrative Personnel Evaluation, 1970

Box 36, Folder 28

Recruitment, Selection, and Placement Report, [1970]

Box 36, Folder 29

Job Specifications, Certificated Personnel, 1970

Box 36, Folder 30

Job Specifications, Classified Personnel, 1970

Box 36, Folder 31

Non-Administrative Personnel Evaluation, 1970

Box 36, Folder 32

Superintendent Thomas A. Shaheen, 1970-1972

Box 36, Folder 33

Clement Sutton, 1972

Box 36, Folder 34

Consolidation of Personnel and Budget Divisions, 1972

Box 38

Bertha E. Roberts Retirement Scrapbook, undated

 

Subseries B Policies and Procedures Handbooks, 1926-[1999]

Physical Description: 1.0 cubic feet

Scope and Contents

Employee manuals are located here. Topics include drugs, student behavior, and shop safety. Some policy guides can be found in other series, including librarians' guides in Instructional Materials, board circulars in the Superintendent-Circulars subseries, guidance manuals in Reports and Publications, and board and administrative regulations in the Board series. See the Schools series for faculty handbooks.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically by year, then alphabetically by title.
Box 36, Folder 35

Janitors, 1926

Box 36, Folder 36

Teachers of Americanization, 1928

Box 36, Folder 37

General Building Maintenance and Industrial Arts, 1940

Box 36, Folder 38

Student Body Funds, 1940

Box 36, Folder 39

Janitorial Staff, 1943

Box 36, Folder 40

Teachers and Administrators, 1949

Box 36, Folder 41

Athletics, [1949?]

Box 36, Folder 42

Classroom Teachers, [1950?]

Box 36, Folder 43

New Elementary Teachers, [1950?]

Box 36, Folder 44

Civil Defense, 1951

Box 36, Folder 45

Radiological Monitor Teacher Training Course, 1951

Box 36, Folder 46

An Educational Platform for the Public Schools, 1952

Box 36, Folder 47

New Elementary Teachers, 1952

Box 36, Folder 48

[Teachers' Handbook], [1952?]

Box 36, Folder 49

Bay Area Education Television Association Board, [1953]

Box 36, Folder 50

Elementary Schools, 1953

Box 36, Folder 51

Instrumental Music Teachers, 1954

Box 36, Folder 52

Dangerous Drugs, Handbook for Administrators, 1955

Box 36, Folder 53

Classroom Teachers, 1956

Box 36, Folder 54

Junior and Senior High School Libraries, 1956

Box 36, Folder 55

Student Observers at Child Care Centers, 1956

Box 39, Folder 1

New Elementary Teachers, 1958

Box 39, Folder 2

Student Behavior and Discipline, 1960

Box 39, Folder 3

Discipline, 1961

Box 39, Folder 4

New Child Care Center Teachers, 1964

Box 39, Folder 5

Elementary Principals, 1965

Box 39, Folder 6

Secondary School Principals, 1966

Box 39, Folder 7

Secondary School Physical Education Departments, 1967

Box 39, Folder 8

Discipline, 1968

Box 39, Folder 9

Superintendent's Revised Personnel Policy, 1968

Box 39, Folder 10

Teachers Professional Guide, [1968?]

Box 39, Folder 11

Discipline, 1969

Box 39, Folder 12

Reserve Officers Training Corps, 1969

Box 39, Folder 13

Elementary Administrators, 1970

Box 39, Folder 14

Paraprofessionals, 1970

Box 39, Folder 15

Elementary School Clerks, 1971

Box 39, Folder 16

Maintenance and Operations, 1971

Box 39, Folder 17

Students Rights and Responsibilities Manual, 1971

Box 39, Folder 18

Paraprofessionals, [1972?]

Box 39, Folder 19

Elementary School Libraries, 1973

Box 39, Folder 20

Teachers Professional Guide, [1973]

Box 39, Folder 21

Attendance Services, 1974

Box 39, Folder 22

Paraprofessionals, 1974

Box 39, Folder 23

Disaster Plan, 1977

Box 39, Folder 24

Middle Schools, 1979

Box 39, Folder 25

Attendance Manual for Elementary Schools, [1999]

Box 39, Folder 26

Elementary School Clerks, undated

Box 39, Folder 27

Safety Guide for Shop Teachers, undated

Box 39, Folder 28

Volunteers, undated

 

Subseries C Professional Activities, 1886-1979

Physical Description: 0.8 cubic feet

Scope and Contents

This subseries includes publications of professional associations such as the Association of California Classroom Teachers, San Francisco Federation of Teachers, and California Retired Teachers Association. Also included are 1888-1897 meeting minutes of the Principals' Association of San Francisco, which have lists of probationary and substitute teachers and normal students. Other notable items are annual statements of the Silver Street Kindergarten Society and a few items of the California Kindergarten Training School, all of which are 19th century documents.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.
Box 39, Folder 29

California State Teachers' Association Exposition, 1886

Box 39, Folder 30

Principals' Association Meeting Minutes, 1888-[1897?]

Box 39, Folder 31

California Kindergarten Training School, 1890-1892

Box 39, Folder 32

Silver Street Kindergarten Society, 1891-1897

Box 39, Folder 33

San Francisco Teachers' Institute, 1917-1949

Box 39, Folder 34

International Kindergarten Union, 1926

Box 39, Folder 35

San Francisco School Principals' Association, 1926

Box 39, Folder 36

Early History of Teachers' Organizations, 1928

Box 39, Folder 37

All in the Pioneer Teacher's Day, 1934

Box 39, Folder 38

California Teachers Association Bay Section, 1935

Box 39, Folder 39

Joint Institute and Convention, 1935-1940

Box 39, Folder 40

Progressive Education Association Conference, 1936

Box 39, Folder 41

California Classroom Teacher, 1940-1942

Box 39, Folder 42

San Francisco Classroom Teachers Journal, 1948

Box 39, Folder 43

Secondary Teachers' Institute , 1949

Box 39, Folder 44

Teachers' Institute, 1950-1963

Box 40, Folder 1

[Publishing Articles], [1953]

Box 40, Folder 2

California Pioneer Teacher, 1955-1962

Box 40, Folder 3

The Reporter (SF Federation of Teachers), 1956-1963

Box 40, Folders 4-5

Teachers Association of San Francisco, 1954-1972

Box 40, Folder 6

Golden Gate Kindergarten Association, [1959?]-1979

Box 40, Folder 7

Special Education Teacher Education Directory, 1969

Box 40, Folder 8

Administrative Workshop, 1969

Box 40, Folder 9

Radical (SF Mathematics Teachers Association), 1972

Box 40, Folder 10

Paraprofessional in Education, [1973?]

 

Subseries D Sabbatical Journals, 1937-1972

Physical Description: 0.25 cubic feet

Scope and Contents

These are travelogues with an educational focus.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.
Box 41

A Travelogue: Fourteen Months Tour of the World, [1937?]

Box 41, Folder 1

A Six Months Sabbatical Leave in South America, 1938

Box 41, Folder 2

New Vistas [South America], 1947

Box 41, Folder 3

Driver Instruction Programs in the Continental U.S., 1970

Box 41, Folder 4

Sabbatical Leave Report, Bernard Wolf, 1972

Box 41, Folder 5

A Sabbatical Year for Study and Travel Around the Pacific, [19--]

 

Subseries E Salaries, 1881-1978

Physical Description: 1.75 cubic feet

Scope and Contents

This subseries includes salary schedules for 1881 and 1908-1977, as well as salary studies from 1928 to 1962. Salary schedules, which listed pay for teachers and administrators, were sometimes also published in the city's Municipal Reports and superintendent's annual reports. The salary studies include petitions for adjustments by teachers' organizations.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically, with salary schedules followed by salary studies.
 

Salary Schedules,

Box 42, Folder 1

Teachers, 1881

Box 42, Folder 2

1908/09-1921/22

Box 42, Folder 3

1930/31

Box 42, Folder 4

1934/35

Box 42, Folder 5

1935/36

Box 42, Folder 6

1936/37

Box 42, Folder 7

1937/38

Box 42, Folder 8

1938/39

Box 42, Folder 9

1939/40

Box 42, Folder 10

1940/41

Box 42, Folder 11

1941/42

Box 42, Folder 12

1942/43

Box 42, Folder 13

1943/44

Box 42, Folder 14

1944/45

Box 42, Folder 15

1945/46

Box 42, Folder 16

1946/47

Box 42, Folder 17

1947/48

Box 42, Folder 18

1948/49

Box 42, Folder 19

1949/50

Box 42, Folder 20

1950/51

Box 42, Folder 21

1951/52

Box 42, Folder 22

1952/53

Box 42, Folder 23

1953/54

Box 42, Folder 24

1954/55

Box 42, Folder 25

1955/56

Box 42, Folder 26

1956/57

Box 42, Folder 27

1957/58

Box 42, Folder 28

1958/59

Box 42, Folder 29

1959/60

Box 42, Folder 30

1960/61

Box 42, Folder 31

1961/62

Box 42, Folder 32

1962/63

Box 42, Folder 33

1963/64

Box 42, Folder 34

1964/65

Box 42, Folder 35

1965/66

Box 42, Folder 36

1966/67

Box 42, Folder 37

1967/68

Box 42, Folder 38

1968/69

Box 42, Folder 39

1969/70

Box 42, Folder 40

1970/71

Box 42, Folder 41

1971/72

Box 42, Folder 42

1972/73

Box 42, Folder 43

1973/74

Box 42, Folder 44

1974/75

Box 42, Folder 45

1975/76

Box 42, Folder 46

1976/77

 

Salary Studies,

Box 42, Folder 47

Teachers' Salaries in San Francisco, [1929?]

Box 42, Folder 48

Salary Schedules for SF Public Schools, 1929

Box 42, Folders 49-50

Petition for Teachers Salary Adjustments, 1944-1946

Box 42, Folders 51-52

Administrative Committee Report, Vol. 1 and 2, 1947

Box 42, Folder 53

Proposed Schedules, 1947

Box 42, Folder 54

Policy Report and Recommendations, 1947-1948, 1947

Box 42, Folder 55

Classification of School Administrators, 1949

Box 43, Folder 1

Confidential Report of SF Teachers' Central Council, 1949

Box 43, Folder 2

Teachers Central Council Petition, 1949

Box 43, Folder 3

Federation of Teachers Report on Salaries, 1950

Box 43, Folder 4

Salaries of Superintendents, 1950

Box 43, Folder 5

Minimum and Maximum Salaries for Calif. Schools, 1951

Box 43, Folder 6

San Francisco School Salary Policy, 1951

Box 43, Folder 7

Trade Teacher's Story, 1952

Box 43, Folder 8

San Francisco Classroom Teachers Association Petition, 1952

Box 43, Folder 9

San Francisco Child Care Personnel, 1952

Box 43, Folder 10

Central Office Administrators, 1952

Box 43, Folder 11

Proposed Schedule for SF Administrators, 1952

Box 43, Folder 12

1952-53 Schedules of Selected School Districts, 1953

Box 43, Folder 13

Salaries at California Junior Colleges, 1953

Box 43, Folder 14

Salaries for School Systems of Large Cities, 1953

Box 43, Folder 15

Petition, SF Council of Teacher Organizations, 1953

Box 43, Folder 16

High School Head Counselors, 1953

Box 43, Folder 17

1953-54 Schedules of Selected School Districts, 1954

Box 44, Folder 1

Petition, SF Council of Teacher Organizations, 1956

Box 44, Folder 2

Survey of Individual SF Teachers, [1956?]

Box 44, Folder 3

Salary Evaluation Division Studies, 1950-1956

Box 44, Folder 4

Reclassification Request, Child Guidance Services, 1957

Box 44, Folder 5

Recommendations, SF Council of Teacher Organizations, 1957

Box 44, Folder 6

Salary Discussion, 1957

Box 44, Folder 7

Salary Report, SF Council of Teacher Organizations, 1958

Box 44, Folder 8

Administrative Salary Proposal, 1959

Box 44, Folder 9

1959 Salary Proposal, Council of Teacher Organizations, [1959?]

Box 44, Folder 10

Salary Adjustment Request, Child Guidance Services, [1959?]

Box 44, Folder 11

1960-61 Salary Proposal, SF Federation of Teachers, 1960

Box 44, Folder 12

Salary Proposal, California Teachers Association, 1960

Box 44, Folder 13

Salary Structure Review, 1961

Box 44, Folder 14

1961-1962 Teachers Salary Schedules, 1962

Box 44, Folder 15

Comparative Salaries, 1962-63, 1963

Box 44, Folder 16

United Administrators of San Francisco Contract. 1978

 

Series 4 Schools, 1867-2005 (bulk 1970-1985)

Physical Description: 8.5 cubic feet

Materials Transferred

Photographs are housed with the San Francisco Historical Photo Collection. Yearbooks have been transferred to the book collection.

Scope and Contents

This series contains files of individual elementary/grammar/primary schools, middle/intermediate/junior high schools, and high schools. Included are school profiles, faculty and student handbooks, graduation certificates, commencement programs, press clippings, contents of two cornerstones (Bay View School, 1908, and Yerba Buena School, 1909, removed in 1922), student body meeting minutes, student publications, flyers, and newsletters covering the planning of new schools and renaming of schools. Some interesting items are early graduation certificates (Union Grammar School, 1867, and Rincon Grammar School, 1879); an 1884 commencement program (Boys High School); a 1905 graduation certificate (Burnett Grammar School); a class register from 1904 to 1908 (John Swett Grammar School); a 1923 pamphlet on the history of San Francisco public schools written by an eighth grade civics class (Crocker Junior High); Student Journals, 1891 to 1905, two cloth banners (Denman Grammar and Madison Grammar), and a student's scrapbook, 1917-1921 (Girls High). Student work is included with individual schools. However, a few items of student work not tied to a specific school are included at the end.

Arrangement

Arranged by school level (elementary, middle, and high), then alphabetically by school name within each section. Schools named for individuals are listed as follows: First—(Middle)—Last name, and filed by Last name. (E.g., George Washington Carver, filed under Carver.)
 

Elementary, Primary and Grammar

Box 45, Folder 1

Adams Cosmopolitan, [19--]

Box 45, Folder 2

Alamo, 1974-1983

Box 45, Folder 3

Alta Vista, 1937-1939

Box 45, Folder 4

Alvarado, 1970-1994

Box 54, Folder 13

Alvarado "Family Appreciation Day" TV News Video, 1996

Box 45, Folder 5

Anza, 1981

Box 45, Folder 6

Aptos, 1944

Box 45, Folder 7

Argonne Alternative, 1981-1991

Box 46, Folders 1-2

Bay View (cornerstone contents), 1904-1908

Box 45, Folder 8

Bryant, 1979-1994

Box 45, Folder 9

Buena Vista Alternative, 1971-1994

Box 45, Folder 10

Burnett, [19--]

Box 47, Folder 1

Burnett, (diploma), 1905

Box 45, Folder 11

Frederic Burk, [19--]

Box 45, Folder 12

Candlestick Cove, [19--]

Box 45, Folder 13

Cabrillo, 1935-1984

Box 45, Folder 14

George Washington Carver, 1975-1990

Box 45, Folder 15

Bessie Carmichael, 1981-1986

Box 45, Folder 16

Cesar Chavez (formerly Hawthorne), 1993

Box 45, Folder 17

John Yehall Chin, 1995-1996

 

Chinese: See Gordon J. Lau,

Box 45, Folder 18

Chinese Education Center, 1969-1996

Box 45, Folder 19

Clarendon Alternative, 1983-1984

Box 45, Folder 20

Cleveland, [19--]

Box 45, Folder 21

Dr. William L. Cobb, 1963-1983

Box 45, Folder 22

Columbus, 1926

 

Sarah B. Cooper: See Yick Wo,

Box 45, Folder 23

Corbett/Community, 1972-1984

Box 45, Folder 24

Crocker Grammar (renamed Crocker Intermediate, then Crocker Junior High), 1900-1912

Box 45, Folder 25

William R. De Avila (formerly Dudley Stone), 1895-1990

Box 48

Denman Grammar (cloth banner), [19--?]

Box 45, Folder 26

Diamond Heights, 1970-1986

Box 45, Folder 27

Douglass Alternative, 1890-1989

Box 45, Folder 28

Sir Francis Drake, [1975?]-1994

General note

See Also Malcolm X Academy
Box 45, Folder 29

Dr. Charles R. Drew Alternative, 1944-1998

Box 45, Folder 30

Edison, 1971-1998

Box 45, Folder 31

El Dorado, 1986

Box 45, Folder 32

Fairmount, 1984-1989

Box 45, Folder 33

Farragut, 1980-1984

Box 45, Folder 34

Leonard R. Flynn (formerly Le Conte), 1981-1994

Box 45, Folder 35

Filipino Education Center, 1972-1986

Box 46, Folder 36

Fremont, 1984

Box 45, Folder 37

Garfield, 1880-1983

Box 45, Folder 38

Geary, 1973-[1982]

Box 45, Folder 39

Glen Park, 1907-1983

Box 45, Folder 40

Golden Gate, 1963-1977

Box 45, Folder 41

Gough School for the Deaf, 1908-1981

Box 45, Folder 42

Grant, 1971-1998

Box 45, Folder 43

Grattan, 1971-1983

Box 45, Folders 44-45

Guadalupe, 1977-1984

Box 45, Folder 46

Hamilton, 1882

Box 45, Folder 47

Hancock, 1978-1980

Box 45, Folder 48

Hawthorne (renamed Cesar Chavez), 1982-1993

Box 45, Folder 49

Hillcrest, [19--]

Box 45, Folder 50

Washington Irving, 1976-1978

Box 45, Folder 51

Jefferson, 1982-1983

Box 45, Folder 52

Kate Kennedy, 1934-1977

Box 45, Folder 53

Francis Scott Key, 1982-1984

Box 45, Folder 54

Thomas Starr King, 1996

Box 45, Folder 55

Laguna Honda, 1928-1929

Box 45, Folder 56

Lakeshore, 1977-1984

Box 45, Folder 57

Gordon J. Lau, 1979-1998

Box 45, Folder 58

Lawton Alternative, 1982

Box 45, Folder 59

Le Conte (renamed Leonard R. Flynn), 1982-1983

Box 45, Folder 60

Claire Lilienthal Alternative (formerly Madison), 1958-1994

Box 45, Folder 61

Lincoln Grammar, 1906

Box 45, Folder 62

Louise M. Lombard (renamed Alamo Park High), 1983-1986

Box 45, Folder 63

Longfellow, 1995-1997

Box 45, Folder 64

Madison, 1979-1981

General note

See Also Claire Lilienthal
Box 48

Madison (cloth banner), [19--?]

Box 45, Folder 65

Malcolm X Academy, 1994

General note

See Also Sir Francis Drake
 

Horace Mann: See Horace Mann Middle,

Box 45, Folder 66

Marshall (formerly Mission), 1992

Box 45, Folder 67

Frank McCoppin, 1930-1979

Box 45, Folder 68

McKinley, 1984

Box 45, Folder 69

John McLaren, [19--]

Box 45, Folder 70

Miraloma, 1952

Box 45, Folder 71

Mission Education Center, 1992-1994

Box 45, Folder 72

Monroe, 1909-1981

Box 45, Folder 73

George R. Moscone, 1979-1993

Box 45, Folder 74

John Muir, 1975-1992

Box 45, Folder 75

New Traditions Center Alternative, 1981-1986

Box 45, Folder 76

Noe Valley, 1932

 

Oriental: See Gordon J. Lau,

Box 45, Folder 77

Jose Ortega, 1953

Box 45, Folder 78

Pacific Heights, 1923

Box 45, Folder 79

Jean Parker, 1911-1996

Box 45, Folder 80

Rosa Parks, 1995

Box 45, Folder 81

Parkside, 1998

Box 45, Folder 82

George Peabody, 1982

Box 45, Folder 83

Pelton, 1911

 

Portola: See South End Primary and Portola Junior High,

Box 45, Folder 84

Powell Street Primary, 1867-1982

Box 45, Folder 85

Redding, 1867-1908

Box 45, Folder 86

Paul Revere, 1984-1986

Box 45, Folder 87

Rooftop Alternative, 1974-1984

Box 47, Folder 1

Rincon (diploma), 1879

 

San Francisco Community: See Corbett/Community,

Box 45, Folder 88

San Francisco Charter Early Childhood, 1994

Box 45, Folder 89

Sanchez, 1984-1996

Box 45, Folder 90

Irving M. Scott, 1879-1993

Materials Transferred

See Also Box 50/1.
Box 45, Folder 91

Sheridan, 1990-1994

Box 45, Folder 92

Sherman, 1875-1982

Box 45, Folder 93

Junipero Serra, 1910-1979

Box 45, Folder 94

Commodore Sloat, [1974?]-1984

Box 45, Folder 95

Jedediah Smith, 1956

Box 45, Folder 96

South End Primary/Portola Primary (Portola renamed Portola Junior High), 1897-1911

Box 45, Folder 97

Spring Valley, 1875-1983

Box 51, Folder 1

Robert Louis Stevenson, 1993

 

Commodore Stockton: See Gordon J. Lau,

Box 231

Dudley Stone (later William R. De Avila; cloth banner), undated

Box 51, Folder 2

Sunnyside, 1909-1994

Box 51, Folder 3

Sutro, 1916-1986

Box 51, Folder 4

John Swett Alternative, 1880-1986

Box 51, Folder 5

John Swett Grammar, Class Register, 1904-1908

Box 51, Folder 6

E.R. Taylor, 1917-1985

Box 51, Folder 7

Tenderloin Community, 1996-1998

Box 51, Folder 8

Treasure Island, 1954-1987

Box 51, Folder 9

Mark Twain (renamed Mark Twain High), [19--]

Box 51, Folder 10

21st Century Academy, 1992-1993

Box 51, Folder 11

Ulloa, 1972-1977

Box 46, Folder 3

Union Grammar (diploma), 1867

Box 51, Folder 12

George Washington Grammar, 1982-1984

Box 51, Folder 13

Daniel Webster, 1984-1993

Box 51, Folder 14

Raphael Weill, 1969-1979

Box 51, Folder 15

West Portal, 1977-1994

Box 51, Folder 16

Yerba Buena, 1976-1983

Box 1

Yerba Buena, (cornerstone contents), 1906-1923

Box 51, Folder 17

Yerba Buena Island, 1963-1964

Box 51, Folders 18-19

Yick Wo, 1885-1986

 

Middle, Intermediate, and Junior High

Box 51, Folders 20-21

Aptos, 1981-1996

Box 51, Folder 22

Luther Burbank, 1958-1994

Box 51, Folder 23

Crocker, 1903-1923

General note

See Also Crocker Grammar
Box 51, Folder 24

James Denman (formerly Denman Grammar), 1875-1998

Box 51, Folder 25

Everett, 1982-1994

Box 51, Folder 26

Francisco, 1964-1985

Box 51, Folders 27-29

Benjamin Franklin, 1964-2005

Box 51, Folder 30

A.P. Giannini, 1967-1992

Box 51, Folder 31

Herbert Hoover, 1973-1983

Box 51, Folder 32

Dr. M.L. King Alternative, 1984-1987

Box 51, Folder 33

James Lick, 1953-1992

Box 51, Folder 34

Horace Mann Alternative (formerly Horace Mann Grammar), 1875-1994

Box 51, Folder 35

Marina, 1945-1995

Box 51, Folder 36

Pelton Academic, 1958-1984

Box 51, Folder 37

Portola (formerly elementary), 1909-1984

Box 51, Folder 38

Potrero Hill, 1972-1996

Box 51, Folder 39

Presidio, 1932-1984

Box 51, Folder 40

Roosevelt, 1953-1984

Box 51, Folder 41

Sutro Annex, 1984

Box 52, Folder 42

Unity, 1978-1980

Box 51, Folder 43

Visitacion Valley, 1978-1995

 

High Schools

 

Alamo Park Continuation (formerly Louise M. Lombard): See Ida B. Wells Continuation,

Box 52, Folder 1

Balboa, 1972-1996

Box 52, Folder 2

Bay Alternative, 1981

Box 52, Folder 3

Boys, 1884

Box 52, Folder 4

Philip and Sala Burton, 1984-1995

Box 52, Folder 5

Center for Independent Study Alternative, 1982

Box 52, Folder 6

College Park, 1983

Box 52, Folder 7

Commerce/Commercial, 1884-1994

Box 52, Folder 8

Downtown, 1979-1984

Box 52, Folder 9

Galileo, 1936-1996

Box 52, Folders 10-16

Girls, 1877-1991

Materials Transferred

See Also Box 50/2.
Box 52, Folder 17

Samuel Gompers Trades, 1943-1986

Box 52, Folder 18

International Studies Academy Alternative, 1982-1998

General note

See Also Mark Twain High
Box 52, Folder 19

Abraham Lincoln, 1956-1997

Box 52, Folder 20

Log Cabin Ranch, 1943?-[1996]

Box 52, Folders 21-24

Lowell, 1941-1999

Materials Transferred

See Also Box 50/3.
Box 54, Folder 14

Lowell Holiday Choir Video, undated

Box 53, Folder 1

Thurgood Marshall, 1994

Box 53, Folder 2

J Eugene McAteer, 1973-1996

Box 53, Folders 3-9

Mission, 1944-1996

Materials Transferred

See Also Box 50/4.
Box 53, Folder 10

Newcomer, 1980-1998

Box 53, Folder 11

John O'Connell Technical Alternative, 1967-1994

Box 53, Folder 12

Opportunity, 1970-1973

Box 53, Folder 13

Part Time High School, 1927

Box 53, Folders 14-17

Polytechnic, 1920-1987

Materials Transferred

See Also Box 50/5.
Box 53, Folder 18

San Francisco Continuation, 1931-1952

Box 53, Folder 19

School of the Arts Alternative, 1981-1999

Box 53, Folder 20

School for Business and Commerce, 1977-1983

Box 54, Folder 1

Mark Twain Continuation (formerly elementary), 1983

General note

See Also International Studies Academy
Box 54, Folder 2

Raoul Wallenberg Traditional Alternative, 1981-1994

Box 54, Folders 3-5

George Washington, 1942-1998

Materials Transferred

See Also Box 50/6.
Box 54, Folder 6

Ida B. Wells Continuation (formerly Alamo Park Continuation High; formerly Louise M. Lombard), 1994-1996

Box 54, Folder 7

Woodrow Wilson, 1963-1994

Materials Transferred

See Also Box 50/7.
Box 54, Folder 8

Children's Centers, 1970

Box 54, Folder 9

Names of Schools, 1969

Box 54, Folder 10

Lucinda Weeks School for Handicapped Children, 1981-1983

 

Student Work

Box 54, Folder 10

Aquarian Images 70, [1970?]

Box 54, Folder 11

Reflections, 1962

 

Series 5 Instructional Materials, 1876-1983 (bulk 1927-1978)

Physical Description: 18.5 cubic feet

Scope and Contents

This series mostly contains materials published by the school district's Division of Instructional Materials between 1924 and 1978. Formerly known as the Bureau of Instructional Materials, the department was later named Curriculum, Instruction and Professional Development and is currently called the Chief Academic Office. The series is comprised of courses of study (beginning in 1876 and later known as curriculum bulletins) and curriculum titles, which make up the bulk of the series; published studies on the curriculum; newsletters; and Teachers Professional Library guides. Subseries A: Curriculum Titles includes bulletins for adult courses and students who are mentally retarded; along with a study of San Francisco for third graders that includes booklets and filmstrips, as well as artwork for the booklets by artist Emmy Lou Packard. Curriculum Reports document curriculum development and revision beginning in 1935. Subseries D: Teachers' Professional Library has a 1902 catalog of library books.
In the 1920s, formulation of the Seven Cardinal Principles of Education led to an examination of subject matter. A 1925 revision notably included curriculum for junior high school students. Curriculum revision was undertaken again in 1943, 1960, and 1978.

Arrangement

Arranged in four subseries: Subseries A: Curriculum Titles; Subseries B: Curriculum Reports; Subseries C: Curriculum Newsletters; and Subseries D: Teachers Professional Library.
 

Curriculum Reports, Subsereis B 1935-1978

Physical Description: 2.2 cubic feet

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically by year.
Box 75, Folder 37

English and Social Science Experiment, 1935

Box 75, Folder 38

School Subject Integration Experiment, 1935

Box 75, Folder 39

Curriculum Foundations for Secondary Schools, 1943

Box 75, Folder 40

Survey of Elementary Curriculum, 1944

Box 76, Folder 1

Building for World Understanding, 1945

Box 76, Folder 2

"Holding-Power of the San Francisco Public Schools", [1947]

Box 76, Folder 3

Progress Report, Industrial Arts, 1950

Box 76, Folder 4

Children's Literature Study Group, 1950

Box 76, Folder 5

Curriculum Development, Junior High English, 1950-1951, [1951]

Box 76, Folder 6

Curriculum Development, Senior High English, 1950-1951, [1951?]

Box 76, Folder 7

Teaching High School English, 1950-1951, [1951?]

Box 76, Folder 8

General Mathematics Survey, 1951-1952, [1952?]

Box 76, Folders 9-10

Secondary English, First Progress Report, 1952-1953, [1953?]

Box 76, Folder 11

Secondary English, Second Progress Report, 1952-1953, [1953]

Box 76, Folder 12

Denman Health Council, [1953?]

Box 76, Folder 13

Dental Health Program, Everett Junior High, [1954?]

Box 76, Folders 14-15

English for All, 1954

Box 76, Folder 16

Framework for Secondary School English, 1954

Box 76, Folder 17

Developmental Reading for Secondary Schools, 1955

Box 76, Folder 18

Framework for Secondary School English, 1955

Box 76, Folder 19

Report on Curriculum Proposals, 1959

Box 76, Folder 20

Teachers Association Reports to Curriculum Committee, 1959

Box 76, Folder 21

Report of San Francisco Curriculum Survey Committee, 1960

Box 76, Folder 22

Preliminary Reactions to Curriculum Report, 1960

Box 76, Folder 23

Response to San Francisco Curriculum Survey, 1960-[1961?]

Box 76, Folders 24-27

Curriculum Strengthening Program, 1961

Box 77, Folder 1

Foreign Language Articulation, 1963

Box 77, Folder 2

Superintendent's Reading Task Force, 1968

Box 77, Folder 3

Master Plan for Excellence Proposal, 1969

Box 77, Folder 4

Language Arts and Social Studies, 1968-1969

Box 77, Folder 5

Complex Curriculum Task Force Initial Report, 1970

Box 77, Folders 6-7

Curriculum Task Force Progress Report, Park South and Richmond, 1970

Box 77, Folder 8

Complex Planning Material Evaluation, 1970

Box 77, Folders 9-10

Improving Instructional Programs, 1971

Box 77, Folder 11

"Curriculum Development for Urban Education", 1972

Box 77, Folder 12

District-Wide Reading Program, 1973

Box 77, Folder 13

Evaluation of Media Programs , 1974

Box 77, Folder 14

Educational Redesign, Curriculum Framework, 1978

Box 77, Folder 15

Educational Redesign, Curriculum Framework Outline, [1978?]

 

Subseries A Curriculum Titles, 1876-1983 (bulk 1927-1978)

Physical Description: 16.0 cubic feet

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically by year, then alphabetically by title.
Box 55

Course of study, 1876

Publisher

Thomas' Steam Printing House
Box 55

Course of Study, 1876-1892

Publisher

Various
Box 55

Course of Study, 1893-1900

Publisher

Various
Box 55

Course of Study, 1904-1915

Publisher

Various
Box 56, Folder 1

Progressive Lessons in Physical Culture for the Seventh and Eighth Grades, 1908

Publisher

SF Board of Education
Box 55, Folder 2

Course of Study, Polytechnic [High School], [1909?]

Publisher

[SF Public Schools]
Box 56, Folder 3

Modifications in Course of Study for Elementary Evening Schools, 1911

Publisher

Department of Education
Box 56, Folder 4

Guide to the Plan of Physical Education in Elementary Schools, 1916

Publisher

SF Board of Education
Box 56, Folder 5

Course of Study in Arithmetic for the Day Elementary Schools, 1918

Publisher

SF Department of Education
Box 56, Folder 6

Course of Study in History, Civics, and Ethics for the Day Elementary Schools, 1919

Publisher

SF Department of Education
Box 56, Folder 7

Course of Study in Geography and Elementary Science for the Day Elementary Schools, 1920

Publisher

SF Department of Education
Box 56, Folder 8

Course of Study in History and Civics for Grades Four, Five, Six, Seven and Eight, 1924

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 56, Folder 9

Course of Study in Language and Composition for Grades Four, Five and Six, 1924

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 56, Folder 10

Kindergarten-Primary Course of Study for the Kindergarten, First, Second and Third Grades, 1924

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 56, Folder 11

Course of Study in Health Education, 1925

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 56, Folder 12

Course of Study in Language and Composition for Grades Four, Five and Six, 1925

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 56, Folder 13

Course of Study for Atypical Classes, 1926

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 56, Folder 14

High School Opportunities in San Francisco, 1926

Publisher

SF Superintendent of Schools
Box 56, Folder 15

Commercial Studies, Junior High School, Grades VII, VII and IX, Curriculum Bulletin No. 109, 1927

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 56, Folder 16

Course of Study in Arithmetic for Grades Four, Five and Six, 1927

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 56, Folder 17

English, Junior High School, Grades VII, VIII and IX, Curriculum Bulletin No. 107, 1927

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 56, Folder 18

Fine Arts, Art, Music, Junior High Schools, Grades VII, VIII and IX, Curriculum Bulletin No. 102, 1927

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 57, Folder 1

Furnishing the Setting for an Activity Program in Kindergarten and Primary Grades, 1927

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 57, Folder 2

General Science, Junior High School, Grades VII, VIII and IX, Curriculum Bulletin No. 103, 1927

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 57, Folder 3

High School Opportunities in San Francisco, 1927

Publisher

SF Board of Education
Box 57, Folder 4

Home Economics, Junior High School, Grades VII, VIII and IX, Curriculum Bulletin No. 106, 1927

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 57, Folder 5

Industrial Arts, Grades VII, VIII and IX, Curriculum Bulletin No. 101, 1927

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 57, Folder 6

Kindergarten-Primary Course of Study for the Kindergarten, First, Second and Third Grades, 1927

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 57, Folder 7

Mathematics, Junior High School, Grades, VII, VIII and IX, Curriculum Bulletin No. 108, 1927

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 57, Folder 8

Modern Languages, French, Junior High School, Grades VII, VIII and IX, Curriculum Bulletin No. 110, 1927

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 57, Folder 9

Modern Languages, Spanish, Junior High School, Grades VII, VIII and IX, 1927

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 57, Folder 10

Physical Education, Junior High School, Grades VII, VIII and IX, Curriculum Bulletin No. 104, 1927

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 57, Folder 11

Self-directed Activities for Primary Grades, 1927

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 58, Folder 1

Social Science, Junior High School, Grades VII, VIII and IX, Curriculum Bulletin No. 105, 1927

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 58, Folder 2

Commercial, High School, Grades IX, X, XI and XII, Curriculum Bulletin No. 201, 1928

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 58, Folder 3

English, High School, Grades IX, X, XI and XII, Curriculum Bulletin No. 209, 1928

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 58, Folder 4

English for Special Groups, High School, Grades IX, X, XI and XII, Curriculum Bulletin No. 211, 1928

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 58, Folder 5

Foreign Languages, High School, Grades IX, X, XI and XII, Curriculum Bulletin No. 202, 1928

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 58, Folder 6

Fine Arts, High School, Grades IX, X, XI and XII, Curriculum Bulletin No. 212, 1928

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 58, Folder 7

Furnishing the Setting for an Activity Program in Kindergarten and Primary Grades, 1928

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 58, Folder 8

Household Arts, High School, Grades IX, X, XI and XII, Curriculum Bulletin No. 205, 1928

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 58, Folder 9

History and Geography, Elementary Schools, Grades IV, V and VI, Curriculum Bulletin No. I, 1928

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 58, Folder 10

Industrial Arts, High School, Grades IX, X, XI and XII, Curriculum Bulletin No. 206, 1928

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 58, Folder 11

Latin, High School, Grades IX, X, XI and XII, Curriculum Bulletin No. 204, 1928

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 58, Folder 12

Mathematics, High School, Grades IX, X, XI and XII, Curriculum Bulletin No. 203, 1928

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 58, Folder 13

Music, High School, Grades IX, X, XI and XII, Curriculum Bulletin No. 207, 1928

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 58, Folder 14

Physical Education, High School, Grades IX, X, XI and XII, Curriculum Bulletin No. 213, 1928

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 58, Folder 15

Reading and Literature, Elementary Schools, Grades IV, V and VI, Curriculum Bulletin No. 2, 1928

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 59, Folder 1

Science, High School, Grades IX, X, XI and XII, Curriculum Bulletin No. 210, 1928

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 59, Folder 2

Social Studies, High School, Grades IX, X, XI and XII, Curriculum Bulletin No. 208, 1928

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 59, Folder 3

An Activity Program in the Social Studies for Kindergarten and Primary Grades, 1929

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 59, Folder 4

Elementary Art, Grades IV, V, VI, Curriculum Bulletin No. 3, 1929

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 59, Folder 5

Elementary Science, Grades IV, V, VI, Curriculum Bulletin No. 2, 1929

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 59, Folder 6

Handbook and Outline of Courses of Study, San Francisco Continuation School, 1930

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 59, Folder 7

A Supplement to the Course of Study in Number for the Kindergarten-Primary Grades in the San Francisco Public Schools, Curriculum Bulletin No. 4, 1930

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 59, Folders 8-9

George Washington Bicentennial Celebration, 1931

Publisher

Various
Box 59, Folder 10

Health and Physical Education, Unit Two--Health, Elementary Schools, Grades Four, Five and Six, 1931

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 60, Folder 1

Music, Elementary Schools, Kindergarten, Grades One, Two and Three, Curriculum Bulletin No. 6, 1931

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 60, Folder 2

Physical Education and Health, Unit One--Physical Education, Elementary Schools, Grades Four, Five and Six, Curriculum Bulletin No. 5, 1931

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 60, Folder 3

San Francisco--Her Story: For Class-room Use in San Francisco Public Schools; See Also related collection, MSS OV1/2, Galileo High School (San Francisco--Her Story), drawings, clippings, c1932

Publisher

SF Board of Education
Box 60, Folder 4

Suggested English Program for Seventh and Eighth Years, 1932?

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 60, Folder 5

Automechanic, Occupational Study Number 15, 1933

Publisher

SF Board of Education
Box 60, Folder 5

Aviation, Occupational Study Number 19, 1933

Publisher

SF Board of Education
Box 60, Folder 6

Baking Industry, Occupational Study Number 11, 1932

Publisher

SF Board of Education
Box 60, Folder 6

Building Trades Electrician, Occupational Study Number 7, 1932

Publisher

SF Board of Education
Box 60, Folder 7

The Carpenter, Occupational Study Number 14, 1932

Publisher

SF Board of Education
Box 60, Folder 7

Confectionery Industry in San Francisco, Occupational Study Number 16, 1933

Publisher

SF Board of Education
Box 60, Folder 8

Cosmetician, Occupational Study Number 2, 1932

Publisher

SF Board of Education
Box 60, Folder 8

Dental Assistant, Occupational Study Number 6, 1932

Publisher

SF Board of Education
Box 60, Folder 9

Dental Hygienist, Occupational Study Number 1, 1932

Publisher

SF Board of Education
Box 60, Folder 9

Department Stores, Occupational Study Number 12, 1932

Publisher

SF Board of Education
Box 60, Folder 10

Drycleaning Industry in San Francisco, Occupational Study Number 14, 1933

Publisher

SF Board of Education
Box 60, Folder 10

The Fireman in San Francisco, Occupational Study Number 9, 1932

Publisher

SF Board of Education
Box 60, Folder 11

Industrial Chemist, Occupational Study Number 18, 1933

Publisher

SF Board of Education
Object 60, Folder 11

Occupations in the Laundry Industry in San Francisco, Occupational Study Number 13, 1932

Publisher

SF Board of Education
Box 60, Folder 12

The Optician, Occupational Study Number 3, 1932

Publisher

SF Board of Education
Box 60, Folder 12

The Optometrist, Occupational Study Number 5, 1932

Publisher

SF Board of Education
Box 60, Folder 13

The Policeman in San Francisco, Occupational Study Number 17, 1933

Publisher

SF Board of Education
Box 60, Folder 13

Printing Industry in San Francisco, Occupational Study Number 10, 1932

Publisher

SF Board of Education
Box 60, Folder 14

The Restaurant Industry in San Francisco, Occupational Study Number 8, 1932

Publisher

SF Board of Education
Box 60, Folder 14

Shipping Industry in San Francisco, Occupational Study Number 20, 1933

Publisher

SF Board of Education
Box 61, Folder 1

Commercial Studies, Junior High School, Grades VII, VIII, and IX, Curriculum Bulletin 309, 1933

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 61, Folder 2

English, Junior High School, Grades VII, VIII, and IX, Course of Study No. 307, 1933

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 61, Folder 3

Language, Elementary Schools, Grades Four, Five, and Six, Curriculum Bulletin No. 8, 1933

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 61, Folder 4

Mathematics, Junior High School, Grades VII, VIII and IX, Curriculum Bulletin No. 308, 1933

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 61, Folder 5

Required Science and Elective Science, Junior High School, Grades High Seventh, High Eighth, and Ninth, Curriculum Bulletin No. 303, 1933

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 61, Folder 6

Science Course of Study, Seventh and Eighth Years, 1933

Publisher

[SF Public Schools]
Box 61, Folders 7-8

Social Science, Junior High School, Grades VII, VIII and IX, Curriculum Bulletin No. 305, 1933

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 61, Folder 9

Traffic Safety Manual for High Schools, 1933

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 61, Folder 10

Social Science, Junior High Schools, Low Ability Groups, Grades VII, VIII, and IX, Supplement A, Curriculum Bulletin No. 305, 1934

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 61, Folder 11

Dramatics, Junior High School, Grades 8 & 9, Course of Study No. 307B, 1935?

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 61, Folder 12

First Grade Spelling List, [1935?]

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 61, Folder 13

Newswriting, Junior High School, Grade IX, Course of Study No. 307A, 1935

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 61, Folder 14

Applied Mathematics, Ninth Year, Mathematics Curriculum Bulletin No. 308--Supplement No. 2, 1936

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 61, Folder 15

Arithmetic Fundamentals, [1937?]

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 61, Folder 16

Physical Education, Junior High School Boys, Grades VII, VIII, and IX, Curriculum Bulletin No. M-104-A, 1937

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 61, Folder 17

Physical Education, Junior High School Girls, Grades VII, VIII, and IX, Curriculum Bulletin No. M-104-B, 1937

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 61, Folder 18

Social Science, Junior High Schools, Grades VII, VIII, and IX, Curriculum Bulletin No. 305, Supplement B, Low Seventh Grade, Superior and Average Ability Groups, 1937

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 61, Folder 19

The Children's Almanac of Books and Holidays, 1938

Publisher

Frederick A. Stokes Company
Box 61, Folder 20

Further Adjustments in Arithmetic Course of Study, Kindergarten Through Grade Eight, 1938

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 61, Folder 21

Primary Reading Bulletins, 1938-1941

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 61, Folder 22

Suggested Course of Study in Literature for Grades Seven and Eight, 1938

Publisher

[SF Public Schools]
Box 61, Folder 23

Basic Curriculum Principles and Their Application to the Field of Junior High School Social Science, 1939

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 61, Folder 24

Elementary Assembly Material , 1939

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 61, Folders 25-26

A Teachers Guide for Primary Reading, 1939

Publisher

SF Board of Education
Box 61, Folder 27

The Course in California History, [193-]

Publisher

[SF Public Schools], Lowell High School
Box 61, Folder 28

Lowell High School Course in Community Civics, [193-]

Publisher

[SF Public Schools], Lowell High School
Box 61, Folder 29

Arithmetic Bulletins, [1930s?]

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 61, Folder 30

Manual of Rules and Helpful Suggestions for Safety Instruction in General Building Maintenance and Industrial Arts and Vocational Education Shops, 1940

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 61, Folder 31

Manual on Lettering to be Used with Elementary Art, Curriculum Bulletin No. 3, 1940

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 61, Folder 32

Physical Education, High School Boys, Grades IX, X, XI, and XII, Curriculum Bulletin No. M-214-A, 1940

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 61, Folder 33

Elementary Curriculum Bulletins, 1941

Publisher

SF Elementary Schools
Box 61, Folder 34

New State Series Arithmetics Bulletin, 1941

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 61, Folders 35-36

Physical Education, High School Girls, Grades IX, X, XI, and XII, Curriculum Bulletin No. M-214-B, 1941

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 62, Folder 1

Spelling Bulletin, [194-?]

Publisher

SF Elementary Schools
Box 62, Folder 2

Supervisory Leaflet Number Three, 1941

Publisher

SF Elementary Schools
Box 62, Folder 3

Teachers Guide in Social Studies, Grades: Kindergarten, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, Developing a Better Understanding of the Art of Living and Learning Together, 1941

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 62, Folder 4

Course of Study, Ninth Grade [Social Studies], 1942

Publisher

[SF Public Schools]
Box 62, Folder 5

Eighth Grade Courses, 1942

Publisher

[SF Public Schools]
Box 62, Folder 6

Foreign Languages, High School, Grades IX, X, XI, and XII, Curriculum Bulletin No. M-215, 1942

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 62, Folder 7

General Science, Four-Year High School, Grade IX, Curriculum Bulletin No. M-216A, 1942

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 62, Folder 8

Hygiene and Health Education, Junior High School Boys, Grades Seven, Eight, and Nine, Supplement to Curriculum Bulletin No. 104-A, 1942

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 62, Folder 9

Junior High School Social Studies, List of Teaching Aids, Text Books, Reference Books, Visual Aids, Curriculum Bulletin No. M-114-A, 1942

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 62, Folder 10

[Kindergarten Music], 1942

Publisher

[SF Public Schools]
Box 62, Folder 11

Mathematics, Junior High School, Grades VII, VIII, and IX, Curriculum Bulletin No. M-112, 1942

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 62, Folder 12

Mobilizing San Francisco Youth, An Emergency Program for the Junior and Senior High Schools, 1942

Publisher

SF [Public Schools]
Box 62, Folder 13

Science, Junior High School, Grades VII, VIII, and IX, Curriculum Bulletin No. M-113, 1942

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 62, Folder 14

Social Studies, Junior High School, Grades VII, VIII, and IX, Curriculum Bulletin No. M-114, 1942[?]

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 62, Folder 15

Teaching Aids for Foreign Languages, High School, Grades IX, X, XI, and XII, Curriculum Bulletin No. M-215-A, 1942

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 62, Folder 16

[Music, Grades 2B and 3A], [1943?]

Publisher

[SF Public Schools]
Box 62, Folder 17

Arithmetic Workbook Number One, Remedial Work Keyed to Diagnostic Arithmetic Test One..., 1944

Publisher

SFUSD, Elementary Division
Box 62, Folder 18

Elementary Division Program of Study, 1944-1949

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 62, Folder 19

Food Study, 1944

Publisher

[SFUSD], Home Economics Department
Box 62, Folder 20

General Program for Grades Four, Five, Six, 1944

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 62, Folder 21

General Program for Grades One, Two, Three, 1944

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 62, Folder 22

A Guide to the Social Studies Program, San Francisco Junior High Schools, 1944

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 62, Folder 23

Manual of Directions with Answers for Arithmetic Fundamental Survey Tests--Grades 4,5,6 and Arithmetic Diagnostic Tests--Grades 4, 5, 6, 1944

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 62, Folder 24

The Teaching of Reading in the San Francisco Junior and Senior High Schools, [1944?]

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 62, Folder 25

Aids to Teaching About the United Nations, 1946

Publisher

National Education Association
Box 62, Folder 26

Arithmetic Workbook Number Two, Remedial Work Keyed to Diagnostic Arithmetic Test Two..., 1946

Publisher

SFUSD, Elementary Division
Box 62, Folder 27

Teaching Guide, Mathematics, Kindergarten [Through] Grade 9, Curriculum Bulletin Number 101, 1946

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 62, Folder 28

Teaching Guide, Reading, Kindergarten [Through] Grade 12, Curriculum Bulletin Number 201, 1946

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 62, Folder 29

Teaching Guide, Social Studies, Kindergarten Through Grade Six, Bulletin 300, 1947

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 62, Folder 30

Handbook of Radio Broadcasting, A Course Outline and Reference Material for Students of Radio Broadcasting at KALW, 1947

Publisher

K.L. Dragoo et. al.
Box 62, Folder 31

World History, Tenth Year--Senior High School, A Tentative Teaching Guide, 1947

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 63, Folders 1-2

San Francisco [Third Grade] Social Studies Series, 1948-1950

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 63, Folder 3

Teaching Guide, Social Studies, Grades Seven Through Nine, Curriculum Bulletin 301, 1948

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 63, Folders 4-8

Audio-Visual Aids Hand Book, 1949

Publisher

SFUSD, Audio-Visual Department
Box 63, Folder 9

Home Economics, Curriculum Study, Senior High School, Foods I and Foods II, 1949

Publisher

SFUSD, Home Economics Department
Box 63, Folder 10

Outline Chart, Minimum Requirement for Beginning Course in Clothing (L 7 Grade), Selection, Construction, and Care of Clothing, 1949

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 63, Folder 11

Science Teaching Guide, Fifth and Sixth Grades, 1949

Publisher

SFUSD, Department of Elementary Schools
Box 63, Folder 12

Science Teaching Guide, Kindergarten Through Second Grade, 1949

Publisher

SFUSD, Department of Elementary Schools
Box 63, Folder 13

Science Teaching Guide, Third and Fourth Grades, Department of Elementary Schools, 1949

Publisher

SFUSD, Department of Elementary Schools
Box 63, Folder 14

Visual Aids to Instruction, Sound and Silent Films Cataloged for Atypical Classes, 1949

Publisher

SFUSD, Audio-Visual Department
Box 63, Folder 15

An Outline of Course of Instruction in Inert Gas Shielded Arc Welding, [194-?]

Publisher

SFUSD, Samuel Gompers Trade School
Box 63, Folder 16

Portfolio for Kindergarten Teachers, [194-?]

Publisher

Assoc. for Child-hood Education
Box 63, Folder 17

Building for Democracy in the San Francisco Public Schools, A Program in Citizenship for the Elementary Grades, 1950

Publisher

SFUSD, Elementary School Department
Box 63, Folder 18

Courses for Adults, 1950

Publisher

SF Public Schools, Adult Education Division
Box 63, Folder 19

Films and Filmstrips, 1950

Publisher

SFUSD, Audio-Visual Department
Box 63, Folder 20

Films Cataloged for Atypical Classes, 1950

Publisher

SFUSD, Audio-Visual Department
Box 63, Folder 21

How to Use the Radio in the Classroom, 1950

Publisher

SFUSD, Office of the Superintendent
Box 63, Folder 22

Course of Study in Vocational Nurse Education, 1951

Publisher

SFUSD, Marina Adult School
Box 63, Folder 23

A Guide for General Business, A Ninth-year Course, 1951

Publisher

SFUSD, Secondary Division
Box 63, Folder 24

A Guide for Gregg Shorthand Simplified, 1951

Publisher

SFUSD, Secondary Division
Box 63, Folder 25

A Guide for the Improvement of Instruction in Typewriting, 1951

Publisher

SFUSD, Secondary Division
Box 63, Folder 26

Portfolio for Kindergarten Teachers, 1951

Publisher

Assoc. for Child-hood Education International
Box 63, Folder 27

San Francisco Plan of Government (first draft), 1951

Publisher

SFUSD, Secondary Schools
Box 63, Folder 28

KALW Script Catalogue (#2), 1951

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 63, Folder 29

Courses for Adults, 1951

Publisher

SF Public Schools, Adult Education Division
Box 63, Folder 30

Secondary Schools Style Sheet , 1951

Publisher

SFUSD, English Curriculum Committee
Box 63, Folder 31

Teachers Guide for Community Civics, A Tentative Guide for Use with the San Francisco Plan of Government, 1951

Publisher

SFUSD, Secondary Schools
Box 63, Folder 32

Teaching Guide, Reading, Kindergarten through Grade 12, 1951

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 65, Folder 1

Teaching Guide, Mathematics, Kindergarten through Grade 9, Curriculum Bulletin Number 101, 1951

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 65, Folder 2

Classroom Practices in the Teaching of English, 1952

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 65, Folder 3

Educational Radio Programming, 1952

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 65, Folder 4

KALW TV Faculty Handbook, 1952

Publisher

[unknown]
Box 65, Folder 5

Music Demonstrations in the Elementary Schools, 1952

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 65, Folder 6

Politics and Democracy, A Guide to Materials for the Study of the 1952 Presidential Election, 1952

Publisher

SFUSD, Secondary Division
Box 65, Folders 7-8

Senior Goals, Three Resource Units, 1952

Publisher

SFUSD, Secondary Division
Box 65, Folder 9

The City, A Series of Six Booklets Describing the Government of the City and County of San Francisco, 1953-1955

Publisher

SFUSD, Secondary School Division
Box 65, Folder 10

Resource Materials for an Orientation Unit [for Sophomores], 1953

Publisher

SFUSD, Balboa High School
Box 65, Folder 11

Secondary Schools Materials, 1953-1954

Publisher

SFUSD, Secondary Schools Curriculum Laboratory
Box 65, Folder 12

Sophomore Goals, A Teaching Outline, 1953

Publisher

SFUSD, Secondary Division
Box 65, Folder 13

Spelling and Handwriting Guide for Grade Three, A Progress Report, 1953

Publisher

SFUSD, Elementary School Division
Box 65, Folder 14

Spelling and Handwriting Guide for Grades One and Two, A Progress Report, 1953

Publisher

SFUSD, Elementary School Division
Box 65, Folder 15

Suggestions for the Teaching of Language Arts in the Elementary Schools, Progress Report, 1953

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 65, Folder 16

Supplementary, And Temporary List of Instructional Materials, January 1953, 1953

Publisher

SFUSD, Department of Audio Visual Aids
Box 65, Folder 17

A Syllabus for Student Observers [of Child Care Centers], 1953

Publisher

SFUSD, Child Care Centers Division
Box 65, Folder 18

Teaching Aids, Secondary School General Mathematics, Part II, Instructional Materials and Supplies, 1953

Publisher

SFUSD, Secondary Division
Box 65, Folder 19

Comments on Sophomore Goals, 1954

Publisher

SFUSD, Secondary Division
Box 65, Folder 20

Safety in the School, A Guide for Teachers, 1954

Publisher

SFUSD, Secondary School Division
Box 65, Folder 21

Tentative Guide 1954-1955, Art, Junior and Senior High School, [1954?]

Publisher

SFUSD, Department of Art Education
Box 65, Folder 22

Courses for Adults, 1955

Publisher

SF Public Schools, Adult and Vocational Division
Box 65, Folder 23

Guide for the Teaching of Handwriting and Spelling, Grades One, Two, and Three, 1955

Publisher

SFUSD, Elementary School Division
Box 65, Folder 24

A Guide for the Teaching of Language Arts, Kindergarten - Eighth Grade, 1955

Publisher

SFUSD, Elementary School Division
Box 65, Folder 25

Resource Unit on Athlete's Foot, [1956]

Publisher

SFUSD, Department of Physical Education
Box 65, Folder 26

The 2000 Commonest Words for Spelling, 1955

Publisher

Garrard Press
Box 65, Folder 27

Boys' Softball: A Guide for Secondary Physical Education, [1956?]

Publisher

SFUSD, Department of Physical Education
Box 65, Folders 28-29

Curricular Materials 2-1299, 1951-1953

Publisher

SFUSD, Secondary Division
Box 65, Folder 30

Curricular Material 1301-1699 , 1952-1956

Publisher

SFUSD, Secondary Division
Box 66, Folders 1-2

Curricular Material 1403-1699 , 1952-1956

Publisher

SFUSD, Secondary Division
Box 66, Folders 3-4

Curricular Material 1701-1999 (two sets), 1955-1956

Publisher

SFUSD, Secondary Division
Box 66, Folder 5

Curricular Material 4000-[9381], 1956-1957

Publisher

SFUSD, Secondary Division
Box 66, Folder 6

Curriculum Materials for the Severely Mentally Retarded, 1956

Publisher

SFUSD, Atypical Department, Child Welfare Division
Box 66, Folder 7

Dance-Boys or Girls, Units of Instruction in Coed Social Dance, Folk Dance, Rhythmic Activity, Square Dance, Physical Education Bulletin No. 104, 1956

Publisher

SFUSD, Secondary Schools Curriculum Laboratory
Box 66, Folder 8

A Guide for the Teaching of Art, Grades Kindergarten Through Sixth, 1956

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 66, Folder 9

Gymnastics for Girls, Units of Instruction in Apparatus, Body Mechanics, Gymnastic Marching, Stunts and Tumbling, Physical Education Bulletin No. 106, 1956

Publisher

SFUSD, Secondary Schools Curriculum Laboratory
Box 66, Folder 10

Gymnastics for Junior and Senior High School Boys, Units of Instruction in Stunts, Tumbling, Exercises, Rope Climbing, Apparatus, Others, Physical Education Bulletin No. 108, 1956

Publisher

SFUSD, Secondary Schools Curriculum Laboratory
Box 66, Folder 11

Handbook of Procedures for the Secondary School Physical Education Departments, Physical Education Bulletin No. 101, 1956

Publisher

SFUSD, Secondary Schools Curriculum Laboratory
Box 66, Folder 12

Individual and Dual Sports for Boys and Girls, Units of Instruction in Aquatics, Archery, Badminton, Bowling, Tennis, Physical Education Bulletin No. 103, 1956

Publisher

SFUSD, Secondary Schools Curriculum Laboratory
Box 66, Folder 13

Science Teaching Guide, Kindergarten Through Second Grade, 1956

Publisher

SFUSD, Department of Elementary Schools
Box 66, Folder 14

Science Teaching Guide, Third and Fourth Grades, 1956

Publisher

SFUSD, Department of Elementary Schools
Box 66, Folder 15

Special Activities in Physical Education for Boys and Girls, Units of Instruction in Coeducational, Rainy Day, Recreational, Decathlon (Boys), Physical Education Bulletin No. 102, 1956

Publisher

SFUSD, Secondary Schools Curriculum Laboratory
Box 66, Folder 16

Team Sports and Combative Activities for Boys, Units of Instruction in Basketball, Volleyball, Touch Football, Softball, Track & Field, ...Physical Education Bulletin No. 107, 1956

Publisher

SFUSD, Secondary Schools Curriculum Laboratory
Box 66, Folder 17

Team Sports for Girls, Units of Instruction in Basketball, Hockey, Soccer, Softball, Volleyball, Physical Education Bulletin No. 105, 1956

Publisher

SFUSD, Secondary Schools Curriculum Laboratory
Box 66, Folder 18

The United Nations, A Teacher's Handbook, 1956

Publisher

Long Beach Unified School District
Box 67, Folder 1

Alcohol Education, A Resource Book for Teachers, 1957

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 67, Folder 2

Curricular Materials 1000-1299, 1953-1957

Publisher

SFUSD, Secondary Division
Box 67, Folders 3-4

Curricular Material 2000-3999, 1956-1957

Publisher

SFUSD, Secondary Division
Box 67, Folders 5-6

Curricular Material [2101-2906], 1957

Publisher

SFUSD, Secondary Division
Box 67, Folder 7

A Guide for the Teaching of Art, Grades Kindergarten Through Sixth, 1957

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 67, Folders 8-9

Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs, A Resource Book for Teachers. See Also Administrators' Handbook in Staff—Policies and Procedures, 1957

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 67, Folder 10

Courses for Adults, 1958

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 67, Folders 11-12

Catalog of Mathematics Materials, 1959

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 67, Folder 13

Curriculum Materials, 3001-3901, 1957-1959

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 67, Folder 14

A Guide for the Teaching of Physical Education, Grades Kgn., One, Two and Three, 1959

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 67, Folder 15

A Guide for the Teaching of Physical Education, Grades Four, Five and Six, 1959

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 67, Folder 16

Mathematics Workshop Papers, 1959

Publisher

SFUSD, Elementary Division
Box 67, Folder 17

Spanish for Secondary School, First and Second Semesters, Learner's Book, 1959

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 67, Folder 18

Spanish for Secondary Schools, First Semester, Teacher's Book, 1959

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 67, Folder 19

Science in the Social Studies: A Supplementary Teaching Aid, [195-?]

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 67, Folder 20

Curriculum Material for The Severely Mentally Retarded, 1960

Publisher

SFUSD, Atypical Department, Child Welfare Division
Box 68, Folder 1

General Curriculum Outline, Kindergarten Through Grade Six (tentative), 1960

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 68, Folder 2

A Guide for the Teaching of Art, 1960

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 68, Folder 3

Grammar Analysis, Spanish [for Secondary Schools?], [1960?]

Publisher

[SFUSD]
Box 68, Folder 4

Program Guides, [K-6], 1960

Publisher

SFUSD, Elementary Division
Box 68, Folder 5

Reading Improvement Syllabus, Secondary Schools, 1960

Publisher

Archdiocese of San Francisco
Box 68, Folder 6

Spanish for Secondary Schools, Third Semester, Learner's Book, [1960?]

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 68, Folder 7

Elementary Curriculum [Reading] Leaflets, 1961

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 68, Folders 8-9

General Curriculum Outline, Kindergarten Through Grade Six, 1961

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 68, Folder 10

San Francisco Pupils, Parents, and Teachers Get Together On . . . . Discipline, 1961

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 68, Folders 11-13

School-Community Improvement Program Publications, 1961-1963

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 68, Folder 14

Seventh Grade Social Studies Series, Life in the World Today: The Mediterranean Area and Europe, 1961

Publisher

SFUSD, Secondary Division
Box 68, Folders 15-16

Study Guide for Eighth Grade General Science, Tentative Working Copy, 1961

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 68, Folder 17

Teachers' Handbook for Debating, 1961

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 68, Folder 18

Elementary Curriculum Leaflets, 1962

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 68, Folders 19-20

Elementary Music Curriculum Bulletins 100-106, 1962

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 68, Folder 21

Physical Fitness Testing for Girls, Junior and Senior High Schools, 1962

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 68, Folder 22

Secondary Reading Leaflets, 1961-1962

Publisher

SFUSD, Secondary Division
Box 68, Folder 23SFUSD

Elementary Curriculum Leaflets, [(Spring)], 1963

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 69, Folders 1-2

Elementary Curriculum Leaflets, 1963-1964

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 69, Folder 3

Junior High School Textbooks, Workbooks, and Instructional Materials for Developmental and Remedial Reading, 1963

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 69, Folders 4-7

Secondary School Course Descriptions, [SFUSD Report of Curriculum Committee], 1961 [-1964]

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 69, Folder 8

Senior High School Textbooks, Workbooks, Dictionaries, and Instructional Materials for Developmental and Remedial Reading, 1963

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 69, Folder 9

The Whole of Us, Selected Bibliographies on Human Relations, 1963

Publisher

SFUSD, Division of Instructional Materials
Box 69, Folder 10

Foreign Languages in the Elementary Schools, Course Outlines for French and Spanish, 1964

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 69, Folder 11

Practices in Developmental Reading [for Secondary Schools], 1964

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 69, Folder 12

Reading Guide [for Secondary Schools], 1964

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 69, Folder 13

The San Francisco Plan of Government, 1964

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 69, Folder 14

Secondary Schools Style Sheet, 1964

Publisher

SFUSD, English Curriculum Comm.
Box 69, Folder 15

Source Material on David Copperfield with Special Reference to Academically Talented Students, For Experimental Use, 1964

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 69, Folders 16-17

Source Material for English 5 and 6 with Special Reference to Academically Talented Students, For Experimental Use, 1964

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 69, Folder 18

Source Material on Great Expectations with Special Reference to Academically Talented Students, For Experimental Use, 1964

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 69, Folder 19

Source Material for Gulliver's Travels with Special Reference to Academically Talented Students, For Experimental Use, 1964

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 69, Folder 20

Source Material for Macbeth with Special Reference to Academically Talented Students, For Experimental Use, 1964

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 69, Folder 21

Source Material for Romeo and Juliet with Special Reference to Academically Talented Students, For Experimental Use, 1964

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 70, Folder 1

Source Material for Seventh Grade English with Special Reference to Academically Talented Students, For Experimental Use, 1964

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 70, Folders 2-3

Basic Education for Adults, Beginning Level, Grades 1, 2, 3, Instructor Guide, Experimental Edition, 1965

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 70, Folder 4

Books Evaluated and Accepted During 1964-1965, [1965]

Publisher

[SFUSD]
Box 70, Folder 5

Elementary Curriculum Leaflets, 1965-1966

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 70, Folder 6

A Guide for Teachers, United Nations, 1965

Publisher

Field Enterprises Educational Corp.
Box 70, Folder 7

Homemaking for Senior High School Atypical Classes, 1965

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 70, Folder 8

Junior High School Textbooks, Workbooks, Dictionaries, Instructional Materials and Materials for Teacher Use for Developmental and Remedial Reading, 1965 Supplement, 1965

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 70, Folder 9

The Negro in American Life and History, A Resource Book for Teachers, Preliminary Edition, 1965

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 70, Folders 10-11

Practices in Developmental Reading, Volume 2, 1965

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 70, Folder 12

Senior High School Textbooks, Workbooks, Dictionaries, and Instructional Materials for Developmental and Remedial Reading, 1965 Supplement, 1965

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 70, Folder 13

Speaking Skills in English Class, [1965?]

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 70, Folder 14

Standard Teaching Program for Guide for Library Student Assistants, 1965

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 70, Folder 15

Standard Teaching Program for L7 Library Orientation, 1965

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 70, Folder 16

Areas of Arithmetic to be Presented in Kindergarten, 1966

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 70, Folder 17

Direction, Motion, and The Number Line, 1966

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 70, Folder 18

Instructors Guide in Electricity-Electronics, Occupational Preparation Level, 1966

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 70, Folder 19

Preparation for the Teaching of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, 1966

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 70, Folder 20

Senior Civics 1 and 2, 1966

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 70, Folder 21

Suggested Guidelines for Developing Composition Skills in Relation to the Study of Literature, Illustrated By a Unit on The Pearl, 1966

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 70, Folder 22

Teaching Guide for Eighth Grade Social Studies For Use With The Negro In American Life and History, 1966

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 70, Folder 23

A Unit on Communication Skills as They Relate to Occupations, For Use in English Classes, 1966

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 70, Folder 24

A Unit on Occupations, For Use in Social Studies Classes, 1966

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 70, Folder 25

Addendum to Basic Mathematics Essentials Guide for Junior High Schools, 1967

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 70, Folder 26

Appendix to Elementary Science Guide, Grades K-6, 1967

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 71, Folders 1-3

Basic Education for Adults, Intermediate Level, Instructor Guide, Experimental Edition, 1967

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 71, Folder 4

Basic Mathematics Essentials Guide for Junior High Schools, Book One-Seventh Grade, For Trial Use, 1967

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 71, Folder 5-6

Course of Study and Curriculum Guide for Elementary School Ungraded Classes, 1967

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 71, Folder 7-8

Course of Study and Curriculum Guide for Junior High School Adjustment Classes, 1967

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 71, Folders 9-10

Course of Study and Curriculum Guide for Senior High School Adjustment Classes, 1967

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 71, Folder 11

Curriculum Materials for the Trainable Mentally Retarded, 1967

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 71, Folder 12

Descriptions and Outlines of Secondary School Courses: Social Studies, 1967

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 71, Folder 13

A Guide to Bilingual Education in the Elementary Grades, Working Copy, 1967

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 71, Folder 14

Instructors Guide in Electricity-Electronics, Basic and Advanced Levels, 1967

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 71, Folder 15

A Music Resource Book for the Elementary School, 1967

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 71, Folder 16

The Negro in American Life and History, A Resource Book for Teachers, 1967

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 64

San Francisco, Our City and County [(filmstrip series)], 1967

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 71, Folder 17

Source Material for Gulliver's Travels, With Special Reference to Academically Talented Students, 1967

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 71, Folder 18

Supplement, A Selected Bibliography on Human Relations (Issued December 10, 1963), 1967

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 71, Folder 19

General Notes to Spoken English: A Teachers Guide, 1968

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 71, Folder 20

Junior and Senior High School Courses, 1968

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 72, Folders 1-2

Language Arts Mathematics Program (LAMP), Volumes I-III, [1968?]

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 72, Folders 3-4

A Preliminary Guide to Health and Family Life Education, Grades K-12, 1968

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 72, Folder 5

Reading Lessons in English as a Second Language, 1968

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 72, Folder 6

Teaching Children in the Prekindergarten Program, 1968

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 72, Folder 7

Adaptation of Regular English Curriculum for Disadvantaged Students, Grades 7, 8, 9, 1969

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 72, Folders 8-9

The Asian Experience in America, Parts I-II, 1969

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 72, Folder 10

Course Outlines for Three New Electives: Black Literature; Short Story; Shakespeare, 1969

Publisher

[SFUSD]
Box 72, Folder 11

Resource Units in Black History and Culture, [1969?]

Publisher

[SFUSD]
Box 72, Folder 12

Concepts of Blackness, Workshop in Black Literature for the Ninth Grade, 1969

Publisher

[SFUSD]
Box 72, Folder 13

A Course Outline for a Humanities Approach to Minority Literature, 1969

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 72, Folder 14

Curriculum Catalog, 1969

Publisher

[SFUSD]
Box 72, Folder 15

Curriculum Development for the Senior High School Humanities Program, 1969

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 72, Folder 16

A Curriculum Guide for Children's Centers and Prekindergartens, An Educational Program for Young Children, 1969

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 72, Folder 17

A Curriculum Guide for Conversational Swahili, 1969

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 72, Folder 18

The Curriculum in English, Galileo High School, 1969

Publisher

SFUSD, Galileo High School
Box 72, Folder 19

Episodes in Inquiry, 1969

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 72, Folder 20

An Ethnic Studies Program Planned, Prepared, and Implemented by the Joint Committee on In-service Education for Ethnic Studies, 1969

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 72, Folder 21

General Mathematics: Student Worksheet and Motivation Study, 1969

Publisher

[SFUSD]
Box 72, Folder 22

A Guide for Teaching Afro-American Literature in the Secondary School, 1969

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 72, Folders 23-24

Herbert Hoover Junior High School Drama Workshop, Parts I-II, [1969?]

Publisher

SFUSD, [Herbert Hoover Junior High]
Box 72, Folder 25

Humanities for Low and High Seven, [1969?]

Publisher

[SFUSD]
Box 72, Folder 26

Instructors Guide in Auto Mechanics, Basic and Advanced Levels, 1969

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 73, Folder 1

Instructors Guide in Drafting, Introductory, Basic and Advanced Levels, 1969

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 73, Folder 2

Instructors Guide in Woods, Introductory, Basic and Advanced Levels, 1969

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 73, Folder 3

Introductory Teaching Guide for Black Studies in Elementary Schools, 1969

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 73, Folder 4

Mission High School English Department Instructional Guide, [1969?]

Publisher

[SFUSD], Mission High School
Box 73, Folder 5

Mission High School Summer Science Workshop, Scientific Equipment and Instrument Building and Repairing Class, 1969

Publisher

[SFUSD], Mission High School
Box 73, Folder 6

Myself in Words, Autobiography by Black Authors, [1969?]

Publisher

[SFUSD], Pelton Junior High School
Box 73, Folder 7

Problems in Teaching English to Chinese-Speaking Students, A Teachers' Guide Including Suggested Drills and Exercises, Oral and Written, 1969

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 73, Folder 8

A Resource Book for Ethnic Arts, 1969

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 73, Folder 9

A Seventh Grade English Language Workbook Designed for Slow Learners, Based on State Text, Our Language Today 7, 1969

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 73, Folder 10

Short Literature Selections, 1969

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 73, Folder 11

Teacher's Guides for Six New Adoptions in Black Literature, [1969?]

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 73, Folder 12

A Working Course Outline for Black History, 1969

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 73, Folder 13

The Chinese Experience in America, 1970

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 73, Folder 14

Hunters Point Redeveloped, A Sixth-Grade Venture, 1970

Publisher

Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, NEA
Box 73, Folder 15

Instructors Guide in Graphic Arts, Introductory and Basic Levels, 1970

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 73, Folder 16

Instructors Guide in Metals, Introductory, Basic and Advanced Levels, 1970

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 73, Folder 17

Instructors Guide in Multipurpose Shop, Introductory and Basic Levels, 1970

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 73, Folder 18

The Kindergarten Teacher, 1970

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 73, Folder 19

ESEA Curriculum Bulletin: Photographic Handbook 1971, 1971

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 73, Folder 20

Integrating Black Studies into Social Studies, Kindergarten to Grade 6, 1971

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 73, Folder 21

Introductory Teaching Guide for Philippine Studies K-6, 1971

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 73, Folder 22

The Japanese Experience in America, Immigration for Civics and U.S. History, 1971

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 73, Folder 23

Transmitting Culture Through Folklore: Multi-ethnic Interdisciplinary Unit, African, Afro-American, Indian and Filipino, Kindergarten to Grade 12, 1971

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 73, Folder 24

Course Outline for Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance Technician, John A. O'Connell Vocational High School and Technical Institute, [1972?]

Publisher

[SFUSD]
Box 74, Folder 1

A Guide for Using Photography to Promote Visual Literacy, [197-?]

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 74, Folder 2

John A. O'Connell Vocational High School and Technical Institute, General Information, General Curriculum, [1972?]

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 74, Folder 3

Photography, A Guide for Elementary Schools, 1972

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 74, Folder 4

Pictures for English, For Junior High School Students Learning English as a 2nd Language, 1972

Publisher

[SFUSD?]
Box 74, Folder 5

[Audio Visual List of New Titles], 1973

Publisher

SFUSD, Instructional Support Services Division
Box 74, Folder 6

Boys' Physical Education Curriculum Guide, Grades 7-12, 1973

Publisher

SFUSD, Department of Physical Education
Box 74, Folder 7

Girls' Physical Education Curriculum Guide, Grades 7-12, 1973

Publisher

SFUSD, Dept. of Physical Education
Box 74, Folder 8

Physical Education Curriculum Guide for Grades Four, Five and Six, 1973

Publisher

SFUSD, Department of Physical Education
Box 74, Folder 9

Physical Education Curriculum Guide for Grades Kindergarten, One, Two and Three, 1973

Publisher

SFUSD, Department of Physical Education
Box 74, Folder 10

Secondary Schools Course Descriptions, 1973

Publisher

SFUSD, Instructional Support Services Division
Box 74, Folder 11

Chinese Cultural Resource Book (For Elementary Bilingual Teachers), 1974

Publisher

SFUSD, Chinese Bilingual Pilot Program
Box 74, Folder 12

A Directory of Chinese American Resources, 1974

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 74, Folder 13

A Directory of Filipino American Resources, 1974

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 74, Folder 14

Level I, Chinese as a Second Language, Teacher's Manual, 1974

Publisher

SFUSD, Chinese Bilingual Pilot Program
Box 74, Folder 15

Teaching Prekindergarten, 1975

Publisher

SFUSD, Children Centers Division
Box 74, Folder 16

Curriculum Guide for Young Trainable Mentally Handicapped Students, 1976

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 74, Folder 17

An Educational Redesign of the SFUSD: Curriculum Framework, K-12, 1977

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 74, Folder 18

Curriculum Guide, Social Studies, K-2, 1978

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 74, Folder 19

Curriculum Guide, Social Studies, 3-5, 1978

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 74, Folder 20

Curriculum Guide, Social Studies, 6-8, 1978

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 74, Folder 21

Curriculum Guide, Social Studies, 9-12, 1978

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 74, Folder 22

Elementary School English Language Arts Curriculum Guide, [K-5], 1978

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 74, Folder 23

Middle School English Language Arts Curriculum Guide, 1978

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 74, Folder 24

High School English Language Arts Curriculum Guide, 1978

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 74, Folder 25

K-12 Multicultural English/Language Arts Resource Book, 1978

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 74, Folder 26

Growing Up Healthy, Health Education Curriculum Guide, Kindergarten, 1978

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 74, Folder 27

Curriculum Guide for Health Instruction, 3rd-5th, 1978

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 74, Folder 28

Curriculum Guide for Health Instruction, 6th-8th, 1978

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 74, Folder 29

Curriculum Guide for Health Instruction, Senior High School, 1978

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 74, Folder 30

A Guide for the Teaching of Art, Grades Kindergarten Through Eighth, 1978

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 74, Folder 31

Homework in Kindergarten??, 1978

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 75, Folder 1

Inductive Geometry, 1978

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 75, Folder 2

A Literature Sampler [for Ninth Grade Social Studies], 1978

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 75, Folder 3

Mathematics Curriculum Guide, K-2, 1978

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 75, Folder 4

Mathematics Curriculum Guide, 3-5, 1978

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 75, Folder 5

Mathematics Curriculum Guide, 6-8, 1978

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 75, Folder 6

High School Mathematics Curriculum Guide, 1978

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 75, Folder 7

Middle School Bilingual/ESL Curriculum Guide, 1978

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 75, Folder 8

Physical Education Curriculum Guide, [Middle School], 1978

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 75, Folder 9

Physical Education Curriculum Guide, [High School], 1978

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 75, Folder 10

San Francisco Consumer Education Resource Book, 1978

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 75, Folder 11

Science Curriculum Guide, Elementary School, Grades K-2, 1978

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 75, Folder 12

Science Curriculum Guide, Elementary School, Grades 3-5, 1978

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 75, Folder 13

Science Curriculum Guide, Middle School, Grades 6-8, 1978

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 75, Folder 14

Science Curriculum Guide, High School, Grades 9-12, 1978

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 75, Folder 15

Social Studies Primary Resource Book, Kindergarten-Grade One-Grade Two, 1978

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 75, Folder 16

San Francisco [Social Studies] Resource Guide [for Third Grade], 1978

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 75, Folder 17

Social Studies, Ninth Grade Geography Resource Book, 1978

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 75, Folder 18

Math for Moms, 1979

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 75, Folder 19

Preliminary Draft of the High School Bilingual/ESL Curriculum Guide, 1979

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 75, Folder 20

Ninth Grade Geography Resource Book, Audio Visual Resource Materials, [197-?]

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 75, Folder 21

The Short Film, Communication and Experience, [197-?]

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 75, Folder 22

Writing, [1980s]

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 75, Folder 23

Critical Thinking Skills Development, Draft, 1983

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 75, Folder 24

Abraham Lincoln High School Hygiene Course of Study, [19--]

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 75, Folder 25

[Elementary Music Guides], [19--]

Publisher

SFUSD, Music Department
Box 75, Folder 26

Feelings are Facts, [19--]

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 75, Folder 27

Film Literacy Communication, [19--]

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 75, Folder 28

Fire Prevention, A Resource Book for Teachers, [19--]

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 75, Folder 29

General Plan for Grades 7-8, [19--]

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 75, Folder 30

Home Making--A Vocation, [19--]

Publisher

[SF Public Schools], San Francisco Continuation School
Box 75, Folder 31

Notes for Teachers of Chinese-Speaking Students, [19--]

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 75, Folder 32

Nutrition, [19--]

Publisher

[SF Public Schools], San Francisco Continuation School
Box 75, Folder 33

Recreation Manual for Playground Directors, [19--]

Publisher

SFUSD, Recreation Division
Box 75, Folder 34

Safety Guide for Shop Teachers, [19--]

Publisher

SF Public Schools
Box 75, Folder 35

Samuel Gompers Trades School Catalog of Audio-Visual Materials [19--]

Publisher

SFUSD
Box 75, Folder 36

Think Metric, An Introduction to the Metric System, [19--]

Publisher

SFUSD, Environ-mental Science/Metric Center
 

Subseries C Curriculum Newsletters, 1948-1972

Physical Description: 8.0 folders

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.
Box 77, Folders 16-17

Music Bulletins, 1948-1953

Box 77, Folder 18

Radio News, 1950

Box 77, Folder 19

Curriculetter, 1954-1957

Box 77, Folder 20

Social Studies News, [1956]

Box 77, Folder 21

Reading Review, 1960

Box 77, Folder 22

Enrichment Newsletter, 1967

Box 77, Folder 23

Reading Digest Newsletter, [1972?]

 

Subseries D Teachers Professional Library, 1902-1954

Physical Description: 9.0 folders

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.
Box 77, Folder 24

Catalogue of the Public School Teachers' Library, 1902

Box 77, Folder 25

Library Practices, [1919?]

Box 77, Folder 26

"The Library in the Elementary School", 1933

Box 77, Folder 27

The Library in the Elementary School (State Department of Education Bulletin), 1935

Box 77, Folder 28

Selection of Textbooks and Library Books, 1954

Box 77, Folder 29

Instructional Materials Guide, [1962?]

Box 77, Folder 30

1970-71 Instructional Materials Guide, [1970?]

Box 37, Folder 5

History Notes Posters, 1977

Box 77, Folder 31

ESEA Funds Stickers, [ca. 1960s-1970s]

 

Series 6 Reports and Publications, 1854-1998 (bulk 1942-1976)

Physical Description: 15.0 cubic feet

Scope and Contents

This series contains reports and publications, mostly published by the school district, and some dissertations. Considerable focus is given to the topics of integration (1962-1976), vocational/occupational education (1913-1974), buildings and grounds (1902-1982), counseling and guidance (1941-1973), and disadvantaged groups (1917-1996). Other topics include athletics (1948-1965), bilingual education (1968-1982), and San Francisco schools. Research bulletins produced from 1930-1957 largely cover testing and evaluation of achievement. Also included is a set of "Scraps," bound volumes of early education-related pamphlets (mostly 1860s-1870s).

Arrangement

Arranged in two alphabetically by topic, then chronologically.
 

Research Bulletins and "SCRAPS" (bound educational pamphlets)

 

Research Bulletins, 1930-1957

Box 78, Folder 1

Program Problems and Practice in Senior Highs, 1930

Box 78, Folder 2

Musical Accomplishments of High Sixth Graders, 1935

Box 78, Folder 3

Administration and Interpretation of Testing Program, 1937

Box 78, Folder 4

Administration and Interpretation of Testing Program, 1938

Box 78, Folder 5

Improvement of Music Achievement, 1938-1939, 1939

Box 78, Folder 6

Administration of Measurement Program, 1939

Box 78, Folder 7

Reading and Arithmetic Achievement, 1939

Box 78, Folder 8

Prediction of Success in Instrumental Music, 1939

Box 78, Folder 9

Educational Adjustment Through Pupil Adjustograms, 1939

Box 78, Folder 10

Summary of Trends in SFUSD, 1940

Box 78, Folder 11

Administration of Measurement Program, 1941

Box 78, Folder 12

Educational Adjustment Through Pupil Adjustograms, 1941

Box 78, Folder 13

Summary of Trends in SFUSD, 1942

Box 78, Folder 14

Administration of Measurement Program, 1943

Box 78, Folder 15

Ability and Reading Readiness in Low First Grade, 1943

Box 78, Folder 16

Twenty Years of Educational Research, 1944

Box 78, Folder 17

Parent Evaluations of S.F. Public Schools, 1945

Box 78, Folder 18

Guide to Measurement of Ability and Achievement, 1945

Box 78, Folder 19

Keeping a State School Register, 1945

Box 78, Folder 20

Growth Characteristics of Children, 4-8 Years, 1947

Box 78, Folder 21

Pupil Accounting Procedures, 1947-1948, 1947

Box 78, Folder 22

Enrollment and Attendance, 1948

Box 78, Folder 23

Administrative Practices in U.S. Kindergartens, 1948

Box 78, Folder 24

Why S.F. Children Leave School Prematurely, [1948?]

Box 78, Folder 25

Evaluation Program, 1947-1948, 1948

Box 78, Folder 26

Special Report on Evaluation, 1948-1949

Box 78, Folder 27

Enrollment Trends in U.S. Cities, 1948

Box 78, Folder 28

Research Bureau Activities, 1947-1948, 1948

Box 78, Folder 29

Pupil Accounting Procedures, 1948-1949, 1948

Box 78, Folder 30

Research Bureau Activities, 1948-1949, 1949

Box 78, Folder 31

Working Heights of Elementary School Children, 1949

Box 78, Folder 32

Evaluation Guides, 1949-1950

Box 78, Folder 33

Evaluation of Achievement, Seventh Grade, 1949

Box 78, Folder 34

Ability and Achievement, 1948-1949, 1950

Box 78, Folder 35

Junior High Measurement Program, 1950

Box 78, Folder 36

Pupil Accounting Practices, 1950, 1950

Box 78, Folder 37

Evaluation for Educational Growth, 1950

Box 78, Folder 38

Child Care Attendance Guide, 1951

Box 78, Folder 39

Evaluation as a Guide to Educational Needs, 1951

Box 78, Folder 40

Evaluation as a Guide to Educational Needs, Revised, 1952

Box 78, Folder 41

Research Bureau Activities, 1952

Box 78, Folder 42

Class Size, 1953-1954, 1954

Box 78, Folder 43

Research Bureau Activities, 1954

Box 78, Folder 44

Administrative Provisions for Superior Students, 1954

Box 78, Folder 45

Superior Graduates and High School Guidance, 1955

Box 78, Folder 46

Growth in Reading and Arithmetic, 1952-1954, 1955

Box 78, Folder 47

School Housing Needs, 1955-1961, 1955

Box 78, Folder 48

Holding Power as a Basis for Enrollment Predictions, 1956

Box 78, Folder 49

Evaluation as a Guide to Educational Needs, 1956-1957

Box 78, Folder 50

Pupil Accounting Procedures, 1956

Box 78, Folder 51

Evaluation as a Guide to Educational Needs, 1957

Box 78, Folder 52

Pupil Accounting Procedures, 1957

Box 78, Folder 53

Home Study (home work), undated

 

"SCRAPS" [Bound educational pamphlets], 1854-1924

General note

See Appendix D for highlights of contents.
Box 79

Volume 1, 1860-1865

Box 79

Volume 2, 1873-[1875?]

Box 79

Volume 3, 1860-1866

Box 79

Volume 4, 1864-1868

Box 79

Volume 5, 1870-1873

Box 80

Volume 6, 1854-1924

Box 80

Volume 7, 1860-1861

 

By Topic

 

Adult and Vocational Education, 1913-1974

Box 81, Folder 1

Elementary Vocational School, 1913

Box 81, Folder 2

Adult Education, [1938?]

Box 81, Folder 3

WPA Education Program Hand Book, [1938?]

Box 81, Folder 4

Occupational Survey for Youth, [1940?]

Box 81, Folder 5

Work Experience Program, [1943]

Box 81, Folders 6-9

Three Studies: Administrative Organization, Vocational Education, Adult Education, 1944

Box 81, Folder 10

In-Service Training Course, 1945

Box 81, Folder 11

Electric Motor Repair and Shopmen, 1947

Box 81, Folder 12

Employment Survey (manuscript), 1948

Box 81, Folder 13

A Survey of Employment by Occupation and Industry, 1949

Box 81, Folder 14

Adult and Vocational Division Progress Report, 1950

Box 81, Folder 15

Vocational Training in Unemployment Emergency, 1951

Box 81, Folder 16

Adult Business Center, [1952]

Box 81, Folder 17

American Vocational Association Convention 1954, [1955]

Box 82

AVA Convention 1954 Scrapbook, [1955]

Box 81, Folder 18

Industrial Arts Student Project Exhibit, 1961

Box 81, Folder 19

Youth Employment, 1961

Box 81, Folder 20

Occupational Preparation Survey, 1963

Box 81, Folder 21

Occupational Education Master Plan, 1969

Box 81`, Folder 22

Project 3000 Work Experience, [1969?]

Box 81, Folder 23

Work Experience Education, 1971-1972 Occupational Education Plan, [1972?]

Box 81, Folder 24

Work Experience Education, 1972-1973 Occupational Education Plan, [1972?]

Box 81, Folder 25

Work Experience Education, 1973-1974 Occupational Education Plan, [1973?]

Box 81, Folder 26

Work Experience Education, 1974-1975 Occupational Education Plan, [1974?]

Box 81, Folder 27

Trade, Industrial, and Technical Education, [1974?]

Box 81, Folder 28

ABC's for Bus Drivers, [19--]

Box 81, Folder 29

A Bridge to Tomorrow, [19--]

Box 81, Folder 30

Re-open the Road to Learning, [19--]

 

Athletics, 1947-1967

Box 83, Folders 1-4

Basketball, 1948-1967

Box 83, Folders 5-8

Football, 1947-1966

 

Bilingual Education, 1968-1982

Box 84, Folder 1

Spanish Bilingual Education, 1968

Box 84, Folder 2

Chinese Community Citizens' Fact-Finding Committee, [1969]

Box 84, Folder 3

Spanish Bilingual Education Program Newsletter, 1972

Box 84, Folder 4

Success Through Bilingual/Bicultural Achievement, 1973

Box 84, Folders 5-6

Master Plan for Bilingual-Bicultural Education, 1975

Box 84, Folder 7

1981-82 Lau Consent Decree Report, 1981

Box 84, Folder 8

1982-83 Lau Consent Decree Progress Report, 1982

 

Buildings and Grounds, [1902?]-1938

Box 85, Folder 1

"Why Our New School Houses Are Not Being Built", [1902?]

Box 85, Folder 2

1906 Block Book Notes, [19--]

Box 85, Folder 3

Reorganization and Housing Program, 1924

Box 85, Folder 4

Public School Building Needs, [1938]

 

School Building Survey,

Box 85, Folder 5

v. 1, School Population, 1948

Box 85, Folder 6

v. 2, Elementary Buildings, 1948

Box 85, Folder 7

v. 3, Junior High Buildings, 1948

Box 85, Folder 8

v. 4, Senior High Buildings, 1948

Box 85, Folder 9

v. 7, Planning Guides, 1948

Box 85, Folder 10

v. 8, Furniture and Equipment, 1948

Box 85, Folder 11

v. 9, Color Schemes, 1948

Box 85, Folder 12

v. 11, School Servicing Plant, 1948

Box 85, Folder 13

v. 12, Checklists, 1948

Box 85, Folder 14

Modernization Program Under Bond Issue, 1948

Box 85, Folder 15

Planning Guides, 1949

Box 85, Folder 16

Lincoln High Addition, 1949

Box 85, Folder 17

[Noriega] Home School Unit, 1949

Box 85, Folder 18

Sunset Community Center Junior High, 1949

Box 85, Folder 19

Funston and Santiago Junior High, 1949

Box 85, Folder 20

Lakeside Elementary, 1949

Box 85, Folder 21

Bret Harte Elementary, 1949

Box 85, Folder 22

San Miguel Elementary, 1949

Box 85, Folder 23

Delta-Wilde Home, [1949]

Box 85, Folder 24

South-East Junior High, 1949

Box 86, Folder 1

Twin Peaks Elementary, 1949

Box 86, Folder 2

Sunset "B" Elementary, 1949

Box 86, Folder 3

Candlestick Cove Elementary, [1949?]

Box 86, Folder 4

Coeducational Junior High Converted from Girls High, 1950

Box 86, Folder 5

Douglas Elementary, 1950

Box 86, Folder 6

City College Building Needs, [1950]

Box 86, Folder 7

Jedediah Smith Elementary, 1950

Box 86, Folder 8

Ridgepoint No. 2 Elementary, 1953

Box 86, Folder 9

Engineering Recommendations, 1954

Box 86, Folder 10

1948 School Bond Building Program Final Report, 1956

 

Building Needs Survey,

Box 86, Folder 11

Part I Summary and Recommendations, 1956

Box 86, Folder 12

Part II Elementary Enrollment Trends, 1956

Box 86, Folder 13

Part III Junior High Enrollment Trends, 1956

Box 86, Folder 14

Part IV Senior High Enrollment Trends, 1956

Box 86, Folder 15

Part V City College Enrollment Trends, 1956

Box 86, Folder 16

Proposed 1964 Building Program, 1964

Box 86, Folder 17

Potrero Hill and Visitacion Valley Junior Highs, [1964?]

Box 86, Folder 18

Proposed Courthouse-School Administration Building, 1969

Box 86, Folder 19

Hunters Point Elementary, 1970

Box 87, Folder 1

Facilities Planning and Construction Manual, 1971

Box 87, Folder 2

Field Act Bond Proposal, 1971

Box 87, Folder 3

School Construction Progress Report, 1972

Box 87, Folder 4

Field Act Reconstruction Alternatives, 1972

Box 87, Folder 5

Design for a Bay Area Learning Center, 1972

Box 87, Folder 6

Planning Report, 1975 Needs, 1973

Box 87, Folder 7

Field Act Reconstruction, Community Comments, 1973

Box 87, Folder 8

Phase 2 Reconstruction Program, 1973

Box 87, Folder 9

1973 Children's Centers Bond Proposal, 1973

Box 87, Folder 10

Field Act Master Plan, Phase 1, 1973

Box 87, Folder 11

1973 Bond Program, 1973

Box 87, Folder 12

Field Act Reconstruction Progress Report, May 1974

Box 87, Folder 13

Field Act Reconstruction Progress Report, October 1974

Box 87, Folder 14

1975 School Building Utilization Proposal, 1974

Box 87, Folder 15

Sarah B. Cooper Elementary, 1974-[1978?]

Box 87, Folder 16

Property Report '75, 1975

Box 87, Folder 17

Centralized Nutrition Complex, 1976

Box 87, Folder 18

Hunters Point II Elementary, 1982

 

Business-Education Day, [1950-1954?]

Box 87, Folder 19

First Business-Education Day, [1950?]

Box 87, Folder 20

Education-Business Day, [1951]

Box 87, Folder 21

Third Business-Education Day, 1952

Box 87, Folder 22

Education-Business Day & Public Schools Week, [1953]

Box 87, Folder 23

Fourth Business-Education Day, [1953?]

Box 87, Folder 24

Fifth Business-Education Day, [1954?]

 

Counseling and Guidance, [193-?]-1996

Box 88, Folder 1

Aids in the Cure of Stammering, [193-?]

Box 88, Folder 2

Counseling and Guidance Survey Committee, 1941

Box 88, Folder 3

Social Casework Agencies Manual, 1942

 

Counseling Series,

Box 88, Folder 4

Out of School Speakers, 1942

Box 88, Folder 5

Counseling and the War, 1943

Box 88, Folder 6

First Supplement to Counseling and the War, 1944

Box 88, Folder 7

Pacific Coast College Entrance Requirements, [1942?]

Box 88, Folder 8

Vocational Counselor's Notebook, 1942

Box 88, Folder 9

In Service Training Course Summer, 1942

Box 88, Folder 10

Directory of Boys and Girls Camps, 1942

Box 88, Folder 11

First Annual Report of Counseling Department, 1942

Box 88, Folder 12

Summer Vacation Time Survey Summary, 1942

Box 88, Folder 13

Second Annual Report of Counseling Department, 1943

Box 88, Folder 14

"The Classroom Teacher is Vital in Guidance", 1944

Box 88, Folder 15

Guide to Counseling, 1944

Box 88, Folder 16

Third Annual Report of Department, 1944

Box 88, Folder 17

U.S. Maritime Service, 1945

Box 88, Folder 18

Guidance in Elementary Schools, 1945

Box 88, Folder 19

Fourth Annual Report of Department, 1946

Box 88, Folder 20

Annual Report, Child Guidance Service, 1946-1947, [1947]

Box 88, Folder 21

Training Opportunities Directory, 1949

Box 88, Folders 22-23

Training Institutions Directory, 1950

Box 88, Folder 24

Scholarships and Special Awards, 1952

Box 88, Folder 25

Training Institutions Directory, Revised, 1954

Box 88, Folder 26

Annual Report, Child Guidance Services, 1953-1954, [1954]

Box 88, Folder 27

Annual Report, Child Guidance Services, 1954-1955, [1955]

Box 88, Folder 28

College Preps Guide, 1955

Box 88, Folder 29

Annual Report, Child Guidance Services, 1955-1956, [1956]

Box 88, Folder 30

Annual Report, Child Guidance Services, 1957-1958, [1958]

Box 88, Folder 31

Teacher Recruitment, [1957?]

Box 88, Folder 32

A Car for Andy, 1966

Box 88, Folder 33

Planning a Career Day, 1966

Box 88, Folder 34

Volunteers in College and Career Information, 1973

Box 88, Folder 35

Career Opportunities Program, 1973

Box 232, Folder 1

Parent-Teen AIDS Education Project, 1988

Box 232, Folder 2

Resource Guide for Gay, Lesbian & Bisexual Youth, 1996

 

Elementary and Secondary Education Act and Disadvantaged Groups, 1963-1996

Box 89, Folder 1

Articles, 1963-1964

Box 89, Folder 2

Compensatory Education, Junior High Schools, 1964

Box 89, Folder 3

School-Community Improvement Program, [1964?]

Box 89, Folder 4

State Compensatory Education Program, 1965

Box 89, Folder 5

Compensatory Education Plan Proposal, 1965

Box 89, Folder 6

Compensatory Education Program Evaluation, 1966

Box 89, Folder 7

Drama Demonstration Project, 1966

Box 89, Folder 8

School-Community Task Force, 1967

Box 89, Folders 9-10

Evaluation of Compensatory Education 1966-1967, 1967

Box 89, Folder 11

ESEA Compensatory Education Program 1967-68, 1968

Box 89, Folder 12

South East Educational Development Proposal, 1968

Box 89, Folder 13

Community Teacher Program, 1969

Box 89, Folder 14

ESEA Compensatory Education Program 1967-68, 1969

Box 89, Folder 15

ESEA Compensatory Education Program 1968-69, 1970

Box 89, Folder 16

South East Educational Development Project, 1968-1971

Materials Transferred

See Also Box 50/8.
Box 89, Folder 17

ESEA Compensatory Education Program, 1969-70, 1971

Box 89, Folder 18

ESEA Compensatory Education Program, 1970-71, 1971

Box 89, Folder 19

ESEA Compensatory Education Program, 1971-72, 1972

Box 232, Folder 3

Improving America's Schools Act Proposal, 1996

 

Dissertations, 1927-1973

Box 89, Folder 20

Teacher-Load in the Secondary Schools of San Francisco, 1927

Box 89, Folder 21

The Administration of Teacher Sick Leave Benefits in Oakland, Berkeley, and San Francisco, 1928

Box 89, Folder 22

[Musicality in the Seventh Grade], 1939

Box 89, Folder 23

Scheduling and Programming Procedures of the San Francisco Senior High Schools, 1946

Box 89, Folder 24

Attendance Procedures in the Public High Schools of San Francisco, 1948

Box 90, Folder 1

Growth in Selected Areas of Educational Development from Tenth to Twelfth Grade, SFUSD, 1952

Box 90, Folder 2

Adapting Guidance Services to Junior High School Needs, 1953

Box 90, Folder 3

A History of Music Education in the SF Public Schools, 1959

Box 90, Folder 4

Piaget's Theory: Conceptual Development and Affective Development in Diagnosed Emotionally Disturbed Public School Males, 1973

 

Early Childhood Education, 1937-[1972?]

Box 90, Folder 5

The Kindergarten Centennial, 1837-1937, 1937

Box 90, Folder 6

California Child Care Centers Survey, 1950

Box 90, Folder 7

Children's Centers and Prekindergartens, 1970

Box 90, Folder 8

Children's Centers Division, [1972?]

 

Education Vouchers, 1970-1998

Box 90, Folder 9

Financing Education by Grants to Parents, 1970

Box 90, Folder 10

Feasibility of Education Vouchers, 1972

Box 90, Folder 11

"Taking a Stand", 1998

 

Elementary Principals Study Group, 1935-1937

Box 90, Folders 12-13

Home, School, and Community Cooperation, 1935

Box 90, Folder 14

Communicable Diseases, 1935

Box 90, Folder 15

Assembly Procedures, 1937

 

Food Services, 1973-1974

Box 90, Folder 16

Food Services Master Plan, 1973

Box 90, Folder 17

Feasibility of School Breakfast Program, 1974

 

Gifted Children, [1956]-1976

Box 90, Folder 18

Opportunities for Gifted in High Schools, [1956]

Box 90, Folder 19

Academically Talented in Junior High Schools, 1966

Box 90, Folder 20

Gifted and Academically Talented Programs, 1967

Box 90, Folder 21

Gifted Programs, 1972

Box 90, Folder 22

1973-74 Gifted Program, 1974

Box 90, Folder 23

Gifted Program Committee, 1976

 

Grants, 1967-1975

Box 90, Folder 24

New Concepts Through the Cultural Arts, Proposal, 1967

Box 90, Folder 25

Summary of Grant Funds, 1975/76, 1975

 

Health and Physical Education, [195?]-2001

Box 91, Folders 1-4

Improved Senior High Health Program, [195-?]

Box 91, Folder 5

Health Education, 1963

Box 91, Folder 6

"Healthy Kids" Orientation Manual, 2001

 

High Schools and Graduates, 1928-1972

Box 91, Folder 7

Class Size and Efficiency in Senior Highs, 1928

Box 91, Folder 8

Summer Session Bulletin, 1942

Box 91, Folder 9

Follow-up Study of Graduates of Superior Intelligence, 1959

Box 92, Folder 1

Academic Background of Spring 1958 Graduates, 1959

Box 92, Folder 2

Senior Highs Brochure, 1963

Box 92, Folder 3

Senior High Objectives 1966-67, [1966?]

Box 92, Folder 4

Senior High Objectives 1967-68, [1967?]

Box 92, Folder 5

Secondary Schools Education Conference, 1972

Box 92, Folder 6

Future of Secondary Education, 1972

 

Human Relations, 1964-1966

Box 92, Folder 7

Assistant Superintendent's Report, 1964

Box 92, Folder 8

Assistant Superintendent's Report, 1965

Box 92, Folder 9

Assistant Superintendent's Report, 1966

 

Instructional Television, [1953?]-1967

Box 92, Folder 10

Educational Television, [1953?]

Box 92, Folder 11

Instructional Television Feasibility Study, 1967

 

Integration, 1963-2000

 

Board Ad Hoc Committee to Study Ethnic Factors,

Box 93, Folder 1

v. 1 Committee Report, 1963

Box 93, Folder 2

v. 2 Proper Recognition of Racial Background, 1962

Box 93, Folder 3

v. 3 Racial Background, Board Meeting Transcript, 1962

Box 93, Folder 4

v. 4 Attendance Zones, Legal Aspects, 1962

Box 93, Folders 5-6

v. 5 Human Relations, Textbooks, and Pupil Intramural Relations, 1962-1963

Box 93, Folder 7

v. 6 School Attendance Areas, 1961-1962

Box 93, Folder 8

v. 7 Pupil Transportation, 1963

Box 93, Folder 9

v. 8 Teacher Selection, Transfer and Promotion, 1959-1963

Box 93, Folder 10

v. 9 Teacher Turnover, 1963

Box 93, Folder 11

v. 10 Dropouts, 1963

Box 93, Folder 12

v. 11 School Boundaries, 1959-1963

Box 93, Folder 13

v. 12 School Site Selection and Building Maintenance, 1963

Box 93, Folder 14

v. 13 Out-of-District Transfer Policy, 1962-1963

Box 93, Folder 15

v. 14 Projecting School Enrollment, 1963

Box 93, Folder 16

v. 15 Pupil Transiency, 1960-1963

Box 93, Folder 17

v. 16 Class Size Study, 1962-1963

Box 93, Folder 18

v. 17 Minority Question in San Francisco, 1963

Box 93, Folder 19

v. 18 Report to Ad Hoc Committee, 1963

Box 93, Folder 20

v. 19 Race and the Schools by Council for Civic Unity, 1962

Box 93, Folders 21-22

v. 20 Joint Conference, Racial and Ethnic Distribution, 1965

Box 93, Folder 23

Racial Estimates of Pupils Attending SF Public Schools, 1964

Box 93, Folders 24-25

Selected Data for Study in the Challenge to Effect a Better Racial Balance, 1965

Box 93, Folder 26

Progress Report on Correcting Racial Balance, 1965

Box 93, Folder 27

Research on Racial Matters in SFUSD, 1965-1966

Box 93, Folder 28

Selected Data, 1966-1967

Box 93, Folders 29-30

Racial Balance in SFUSD--Phase I, 1966

Box 93, Folder 31

Working Paper No. 1 Analyzing Pupil Assignment, 1967

Box 93, Folder 32

Working Paper No. 2 Attendance Feeder Patterns, 1967

 

Research Memoranda,

Box 93, Folder 33

No. 1 Measuring Racial Balance, 1967

Box 93, Folder 34

No. 2 Population Projection to 1971, 1967

Box 94, Folder 1

No. 3 Educational Opportunity, 1967

Box 94, Folder 2

No. 4 Organization for Desegregation, 1967

Box 94, Folder 3

No. 5 Changing Ethnic Composition, 1967

Box 94, Folder 4

No. 6 Transportation Requirements, 1967

Box 94, Folder 5

No. 7 Alternative Attendance Patterns, 1967

Box 94, Folder 6

No. 8 Improving Racial Balance, 1967

Box 94, Folder 7

Racial Balance Report Press, 1967

Box 94, Folder 8

Educational Equality/Quality Report #1, 1967

Box 94, Folder 9

Significant Changes in Racial Makeup of Pupils, [1967?]

Box 94, Folders 10-13

Selected Data, 1967-1968

Box 94, Folders 14-15

Selected Data, 1968-1969, [1968]

Box 94, Folder 16

Selected Data, 1964-1968, [1968?]

Box 94, Folder 17

Educational Equality/Quality Report #2, 1969

Box 94, Folder 18

Educational Equality/Quality Report #3, 1969

Box 94, Folder 19

SFUSD Newsletter on School Complexes, 1969

Box 94, Folders 20-21

Educational Equality/Quality Progress Report, 1969

Box 95, Folder 1

Selected Data, 1968-1969

Box 95, Folder 2

Progress Report, Park South and Richmond Complexes, 1970

Box 95, Folders 3-4

Desegregating Urban Schools, [1970?]

Box 95, Folder 5

Selected Data, 1969-1970

Box 95, Folder 6

Planning of Richmond Educational Complex, [1970]

Box 95, Folder 7

Selected Data, 1970-1971

Box 95, Folder 8

Desegregation Order and Fact Sheet, 1971

Box 95, Folder 9

Emergency School Assistance Program Application, 1971

Box 95, Folder 10

Selected Data, 1967-1972, 1971-1972

Box 95, Folder 11

Self-Concept and Interaction at Lafayette School, 1972

Box 95, Folder 12

ESAP of 1971-1972 Application, 1972

Box 95, Folder 13

Evaluation of Desegregation, 1971-1972 ESAP Grant, 1972

Box 95, Folder 14

Selected Data, 1972-1973

Box 95, Folder 15

Selected Data, 1973-1974, 1973

Box 95, Folder 16

Plan for an Integrated Educational Experience, [1973?]

Box 95, Folder 17

Community-Staff Integration Workshop, 1974

Box 95, Folder 18

New Plan for an Integrated Educational Experience, 1974

Box 96, Folder 1

New Plan for an Integrated Educational Experience (Second Copy), 1974

Box 96, Folder 2

Transportation Alternatives, 1974

Box 96, Folder 3

Selected Data, 1974-1975, 1974

Box 96, Folder 4

Status Report of the Office of Integration, 1975

Box 96, Folders 5-6

Selected Data, 1975-1976

Box 232, Folder 4

Consent Decree, Paragraph 44 Independent Review, 2000

 

Junior College, [1939-1972?]

Box 97, Folder 1

Junior College Survey, 1938-1939, [1939?]

Box 97, Folder 2

Junior College/City College, 1942-1951

Box 97, Folder 3

City College Study, 1949

Box 97, Folder 4

City College Newsletters, 1970-[1972?]

 

Junoir High Schools, [1928?]-1975

Box 97, Folder 5

Junior High Division, [1928?]-1964

Box 97, Folder 6

Junior High School Review (District Monthly Bulletin), 1932

Box 97, Folder 7

Junior High Schools of San Francisco, 1959

Box 97, Folder 8

Junior High Schools of San Francisco, [1960?]

Box 97, Folder 9

Junior High School Education, 1970

Box 97, Folder 10

Junior High School Division Master Plan, 1974-1975

 

Recreation and Leisure, 1939-1949

Box 97, Folder 11

Leisure Time for Boys and Girls, 1939-1942

Box 97, Folder 12

Community Planning for Leisure Time of Youth, 1944

Box 97, Folder 13

Recreation in San Francisco, 1949

 

San Francisco Public Schools, 1917-1976

Box 97, Folder 14

Summary, San Francisco Public School System, 1917

Box 97, Folder 15

Public School System of San Francisco, California, 1917

Box 97, Folder 16

Schools of San Francisco, 1917

Box 97, Folder 17

San Francisco Public Schools, 1920-1930, 1930

Box 97, Folder 18

Public Schools Week, 1933-1977

Box 97, Folder 19

"New Goals of Public Education", 1939

Box 97, Folder 20

Public Schools Bulletin: Hill Survey Report, 1944

Box 97, Folder 21

San Francisco Schools Serve the Community, 1947

Box 97, Folder 22

Community Forum, 1974

Box 97, Folders 23-24

What Can You Do About San Francisco Schools?, 1976

Box 97, Folder 25

Visitors Guide, [197-]

Box 97, Folder 26

Your Child Enters the Public School, [19--]

 

School Profiles. 1996-1999

Box 232, Folder 5

Sample School Portfolio, 1996

Box 232, Folder 6

District and School Profiles, 1998-1999, Draft, 1999

 

School Year, 1968-1974

Box 97, Folder 27

Implications of Annual Promotion, 1968

Box 97, Folder 28

Continuous Learning Year Proposal, 1974

 

Special Education, 1966-1978

Box 97, Folder 29

Services to Exceptional Children, 1966

Box 97, Folder 30

Vocational Survey of Special Education Graduates, 1978

 

Series 7 Press Clippings, 1906-1999 (bulk 1906-1986)

Physical Description: 131.0 volumes

Scope and Contents

This series consists largely of oversized scrapbooks of newspaper clippings on the school district, board, and schools. A few have a particular focus; for example, two 1906-1907 volumes largely cover the "Japanese Question," or exclusion of people of "Mongolian" birth from California and the schools. Another 1906 volume focuses on school reconstruction after the earthquake and fire. (In this scrapbook, news clips are pasted into an 1895 ledger belonging to a Thomas Larkin.) There are also two volumes on the 1912 recall of Berkeley Superintendent of Schools, Frank F. Bunker, and one on the California Teachers Association. Another scrapbook, likely created by a parent, covers (Mission) high school football and Navy Operating Base football. Due to the size and format of the scrapbooks, these items may not be photocopied. Additionally, some magazine and newspaper clippings are in folders, organized alphabetically by subject, then chronologically. These loose clippings focus on board members in the 1980s, and individual superintendents of the 1970s through the 1990s.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically, with scrapbooks followed by folders.
 

Scrapbooks, 1906-1986

Box 98, Folder 1

v. 1 School Reconstruction [Thomas Larkin ledger], April-June, 1906

Box 99

v. 3 [Especially "Japanese Question"], June 1906 - July 1907

Box 100

v. 3a, July 1907 - March 1908

Box 100

v. 4 Country Clippings, [esp. Japanese question], January 1907 - April 1910

Box 101

v. 5, March - September 1908

Box 101

v. 6, September 1908 - February 1909

Box 102

v. 7, February 7, 1909 - July 1909

Box 103

v. 7b, July 1, 1909 - October 1909

Box 104

v. 8, October 1909 - January 1910

Box 105

v. 9, January - April 1910

Box 16

v. 10, April - July 1910

Box 107

v. 11, July - November 1910

Box 108

v. 12, November 1910 - February 1911

Box 103

v. 12a Political News, August 1910 - September 1911

Box 109

v. 12b California Teachers Association, December 1910 - July 1911

Box 110

v. 13, February - July 1911

Box 111

v. 14, July - November 1911

Box 112

v. 16, November 1911 - February 1912

Box 113

v. 17 Country Clippings, February 1911 - June 1912

Box 114

v. 18, February - May 1912

Box 115

v. 19, May - September 1912

Box 116

v. 20, August - December 1912

Box 113

v. 21 [Bunker Clippings], April - June 1912

Box 117

v. 22 Bunker Recall, February - April 1912

Box 118

v. 23, December 1912 - March 1913

Box 119

v. 24, March - June 1913

Box 120

v. 25, June - September 1913

Box 121

v. 26, October 1913 - January 1914

Box 122

v. 27, March - June 1914

Box 123

v. 28, June - November 1914

Box 124

v. 29, January - March 1914

Box 125

v. 30, November 1914 - March 1915

Box 126

v. 31, March - May 1915

Box 127

v. 32, May - October 1915

Box 128

v. 33, October 1915 - January 1916

Box 129

v. 34, December 1920 - April 1922

Box 130

v. 35a, April - December 1922

Box 131

v. 35b, February 1922 - February 1923

Box 132

v. 36, December 1922 - April 1923

Box 133

v. 37, September 1927 - February 1928

Box 134

v. 38, May - December 1929

 

vol. 1, February - August 1930

General note

New series starts with new numbering.
 

vol. 2 [part a], August - December 1930

 

vol. 2 [part b], January - August 1931

 

vol. 3, August 1931 - January 1932

 

vol. 4, February - June 1932

 

vol. 5, July - December 1932

 

vol. 6, January - June 1933

 

vol. 7, July - December 1933

 

vol. 8, January - June 1934

 

vol. 9, July - December 1934

 

vol. 11, March - April 1935

 

vol. 12, May - July 1935

 

vol. 13, August - December 1935

 

vol. 14, January - April 1936

 

vol. 15, May - June 1936

 

vol. 16, September - December 1936

 

vol. 17, January - April 1937

 

vol. 18, May - August 1937

 

vol. 19, September - December 1937

 

vol. 20, January - April 1938

 

vol. 21, May - August 1938

 

vol. 22, September - December 1938

 

vol. 23, January - June 1939

 

vol. 24, July - December 1939

 

vol. 25, January - June 1940

 

vol. 26, July - December 1940

 

vol. 27, January - June 1941

 

vol. 28, July - December 1941

 

vol. 29, January - December 1942

 

vol. 30, January - June 1943

 

vol. 31, July 1943 - June 1944

 

vol. 32, July 1944 - June 1945

 

vol. 33, July 1945 - June 1946

 

vol. 34, July 1946 - June 1947

 

vol. 35, July 1947 - June 1948

 

vol. 36, July 1948 - June 1949

 

vol. 37, July 1949 - June 1950

 

vol. 38, July 1950 - June 1951

Box 173, Folder 1

Education and Schools [parent, Mr. Karner?], 1947-1953

Box 173, Folder 2

[Football, Richard Karner?], 1947-1951

 

vol. 39, July 1951 - June 1952

 

vol. 40, July 1952 - June 1953

 

vol. 41, July 1953 - June 1954

 

vol. 42, July 1954 - June 1955

 

vol. 43, July 1955 - June 1956

 

vol. 44, July 1956 - June 1957

 

vol. 45, July 1957 - June 1958

 

vol. 46, July 1958 - June 1959

 

vol. 47, July 1959 - June 1960

 

vol. 48, September 1960 - June 1961

 

vol. 49, July 1961 - June 1962

 

vol. 50, July 1962 - June 1963

 

vol. 51, July 1963 - June 1964

 

vol. 52, July 1964 - June 1965

 

vol. 53, July 1965 - June 1966

 

vol. 54, July 1966 - June 1967

 

vol. 55, July 1967 - June 1968

 

vol. 56, July 1968 - June 1969

 

vol. 57, July 1969 - June 1970

 

vol. 58, July 1970 - June 1971

 

vol. 59, part 1, July - December 1971

 

vol. 59, part 2, January - June 1972

 

vol. 60, part 1, July - December 1972

 

vol. 60, part 2, January - June 1973

 

vol. 61, part 1, July - December 1973

 

vol. 61, part 2, January - June 1974

 

vol. 62, part 1, July - December 1974

 

vol. 62, part 2, January - June 1975

 

vol. 63, part 1, July - December 1975

 

vol. 63, part 2, January - June 1976

 

vol. 64, part 1, July - December 1976

 

vol. 64, part 2, January - June 1977

 

vol. 65, part 1, July - December 1977

 

vol. 65, part 2, January - June 1978

 

vol. 66, part 1, July - December 1978

 

vol. 66, part 2, January - June 1979

 

vol. 67, part 1, July - December 1979

 

vol. 67, part 2, January - June 1980

 

vol. 68, part 1, July - December 1980

 

vol. 68, part 2, January - June 1981

 

vol. 69, part 1, July - December 1981

 

vol. 69, part 2, January - June 1982

 

vol. 70, part 1, July - December 1982

 

vol. 70, part 2, January - June 1983

 

vol. 71, part 1, July - December 1983

 

vol. 71, part 2, January - June 1984

 

vol. 72, part 1, July - December 1984

 

vol. 72, part 2, January - June 1985

 

vol. 73, part 1, July - December 1985

 

vol. 73, part 2, January - June 1986

 

Clippings Folders, 1896-1999

Box 224, Folders 1-9

Board of Education, 1978-1987

Box 225, Folder 1

Buildings, 1972-1978

Box 225, Folder 2

Dates of Interest, undated

Box 225, Folder 3

"The Public's Children…", undated

Box 225, Folder 4

San Francisco Schools, 1 of 2, 1964-1978

Box 225, Folder 5

San Francisco Schools, 2 of 2, 1969-1997

Box 225, Folder 6

"The Spiritual Values in Education", 1940

Box 225, Folder 7

Superintendents, Chronology, [1975?]

 

Superintendent,

Box 225, Folder 10

John Swett (Awards), 1963

Box 225, Folder 11

Harold Spears, 1964-1980

Box 225, Folder 12

Thomas Shaheen, 1970-1973

Box 225, Folder 13

Steven Morena, 1972-1973

Box 225, Folders 14-15

Robert Alioto, 1969-1987

Box 225, Folder 16

Carlos Cornejo, 1985-1986

Box 225, Folder 17

Ramon Cortines, 1986-1996

Box 225, Folder 18

Waldemar (Bill) Rojas, 1992-1999

Box 225, Folder 8

Superintendents, 1 of 2, 1896-1936

Box 225, Folder 9

Superintendents, 2 of 2, 1975-1977

Box 50, Folder 9

Golden Gateway to Urban Excellence, 1968-1970

Box 225, Folder 19

Violence, 1971-1978

 

Series 8 Photographs, 1891-2005 (bulk 1930-1977)

Physical Description: 6.0 cubic feet

Materials Transferred

A few damaged negatives and unfixed proofs have been digitally copied and then removed. Photos and negatives have been transferred to the San Francisco Historical Photograph Collection and are available during Photo Desk hours.

Scope and Contents

This series contains photographs and negatives collected by the publications division. The bulk of the collection consists of black-and-white photos; however, some color pictures are included. A list of negatives is found in Appendix E.

Arrangement

Arranged into three subseries: Subseries A: Biographical; Subseries B: Schools; and Subseries C: Publications.
 

Subseries A Biographical, [ca. 1910]-1989

Physical Description: 0.5 cubic feet

Arrangement

Arranged by position (board members, superintendents, and other officials), and alphabetically within each section.
 

Board,

 

Abrahamson, Lucille S., [19--]

 

Anderson, Jule C., [197-?]

 

Cerbatos, Richard, [19--]

 

Chinn, George Y., [1972]

 

Crowley, John F., [19--]

 

de Urioste, Adolfo, 1961-1962

 

Dolson, Lee, [19--]

 

Draper, Jr., Mrs. Lawrence, 1960

 

Duggan [?],

General note

See Negs-2-5.
 

Glass, Dr. Laurel, [19--]

 

Goosby, Dr. Zuretti L., [197-]

 

Haynes, Charlie Mae, [19--]

 

Hopp, Dr. Eugene S., [19--]

 

Johns, George W., [19--]

 

Kemmitt, Edward P., 1960-1961

 

Kidder, John A., [197-]

 

Ladar, Samuel A., 1960

 

Lilienthal, Claire Matzger, 1960-[197-?]

 

Maher, Bill, [1970?]

 

Martinez, Samuel, [197-]

 

Mezey, Peter, [19--]

 

Nichols, Alan H., [19--]

 

Reed, Fr. Thomas A., [197-]

 

Sanchez, Jr., David J., [197-]

 

Sheldon, Mrs. Edwin R., [1938]

 

Tom, Benjamin, [19--]

 

Group Shots, [19--]

 

Superintendents,

 

Alioto, Dr. Robert F., [1974?]-1976

 

Clish, Dr. Herbert C., 1948

 

Cloud, Archibald J., 1935-[19--]

 

Cortines, Ramon C., 1986-1989

 

Gwinn, Dr. Joseph Marr, [ca. 1923-1933]

 

Jenkins, Dr. Robert E., 1968-[ca. 1970]

 

Lee, Edwin A., [193-]-1936

 

Morena, Dr. Steven P., [197-]

 

Nourse, Joseph P., [ca. 1936-1942]

General note

See Also Galileo High School.
 

Shaheen, Dr. Thomas A., [197-]

 

Spears, Dr. Harold, 1951-1962

 

Warren, Dr. Curtis E., [ca. 1943-1946]

 

Deputy Superintendents,

 

Gray, Robert F., 1937

 

Nolan, Walter C., [19--]

 

Other Officials,

 

Administrators, 1942-1974

 

Faculty, 1944-1954

 

Principals and Vice-Principals, [1856?]-1962

 

Identified, [1910?]-1961

 

Unidentified, 1930-[1957?]

 

Schools, Subseries B Bulk, 1930-1977 1891-2005 (bulk 1891-2005)

Physical Description: 3.25 cubic feet

Arrangement

Arranged by type of school (elementary, middle, high schools, and others), and alphabetically by name within each section. Schools named for individuals are listed first-middle-last name and filed by last name. (E.g., George Washington Carver, filed under Carver.)

Scope and Contents

The Schools subseries contains photos of school buildings as well as some class pictures. Included are images of the first public schoolhouse on Portsmouth Square (drawings), promotion certificates from the 1880s (Moulder School), outdoor classes established following the 1906 earthquake, and an album from a Girls High School student (1920s). Images are mainly from the 20th-century and most can be viewed online at the library's website, www.sfpl.org.

General note

See Also Publications - Albums in this series.
 

Elementary, Primary, and Grammar,

 

Adams, [19--]

General note

See Also Benjamin Franklin Adult.
 

Adams School, 750 Eddy Street, undated

 

Adams School, 750 Eddy Street, 1900s

 

Adams School, 750 Eddy Street, 1900s

 

Agassiz, 1915

 

Agassiz Elementary School, Oct. 11, 1915

 

Alamo, [19--]-1974

 

Alamo School, undated

 

Alamo Elementary School, undated

 

Alamo Elementary School, undated

 

Alamo Elementary School, [ca. 1974]

 

Construction of Alamo Elementary School, undated

 

Alamo Elementary School, undated

 

Alamo Elementary School, undated

 

Alamo Elementary School, undated

 

Ethan Allen, [ca. 1917]

 

Ethan Allen School?, [ca. 1917]

 

Alta Vista, [19--]

General note

See Also Louise M. Lombard.
 

Alta Vista School located at Hayes and Pierce streets, later known as Louise M. Lombard School, 1900s

 

Alta Vista School located at Hayes and Pierce streets, later known as Louise M. Lombard School, 1900s

 

Alvarado, [19--]

 

Alvarado School, 1900s

 

Alvarado School, 1900s

 

Alvarado Elementary School, Jan. 1984

 

Alvarado Elementary School, Jan. 1984

 

Alvarado School, 1900s

 

Alvarado School, 1900s

 

Alvarado Elementary School, 1900s

 

Alvarado Elementary School, 1900s

 

Alvarado Elementary School, 1900s

 

Alvarado Elementary School, 1900s

 

Anza, [19--]

 

Entrance to Anza School, undated

 

Anza School at Nido Avenue and Vega Street, undated

 

Anza School, undated

 

Anza School, undated

 

Argonne, [?-1972]

 

Plaque on the front of Argonne Elementary School, undated

 

Group of people participating in a panel discussion at Argonne School, Dec. 1972

 

Argonne Elementary School, undated

 

Argonne Elementary School, undated

 

Entrance to Argonne School, undated

 

Argonne Elementary School, undated

 

Argonne Elementary School, undated

 

Argonne Elementary School, undated

 

Bay View, 1893-[19--]

 

Bay View Elementary School, [ca. 1908]

 

Bay View Elementary School, 1900s

 

Bay View Elementary School, 1900s

 

Bay View Elementary School, undated

 

Bay View Elementary School, undated

 

Bay View Elementary School undergoing earthquake proofing, 1900s

 

Bay View Elementary School undergoing earthquake proofing, 1900s

 

Class photo from Bay View Elementary School, 1893

 

Bernal, [1917-19--]

 

Bernal School, undated

 

Bernal School, undated

 

Bernal School, undated

 

Bernal School Auditorium, undated

 

Bryant, [19--]

 

Bryant Elementary School, undated

 

Bryant Elementary School, undated

 

Bryant Elementary School, 1900s

 

Buena Vista, 1922-1976

 

Buena Vista School, Mar. 7, 1922

 

Buena Vista School, undated

 

Buena Vista School, Mar. 7, 1922

 

Buena Vista School, 1900s

 

Buena Vista School, 1900s

 

Buena Vista School Annex, 1900s

 

Buena Vista School Annex, 1900s

 

Buena Vista School, 1900s

 

Buena Vista School Annex, undated

 

Students at Buena Vista Annex composting leftover lunch food, Apr. 9, 1976

 

Four people looking at works of art at Buena Vista School, 1900s

 

Rear view of Buena Vista School, undated