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A black and white image of an exhibit at Bethune-Cookman University of products from Keyser Elementary School and the vocational school. At the top of the image, attached to the wall, are four brooms in a criss-cross pattern. These brooms were made by the boys at the school. At the right of the image, half of the wall concerns art done by the students of Keyser. A small sign reads, "Keyser Practice School at Bethune-Cookman College." The artwork features health practices needed for students. The posters read, "Children need Cereals and Fruits. Children Need Cereals. Take tub baths often and Brush Teeth Regularly." Under this wall are is a house that has been made from school supplies, a sign on it identifies it as coming from the second and third graders. To the left of this model school are two tables where papers are sitting. A placard states this is from fourth and fifth graders. Hanging on the wall above the table is a large painting of a ship, and smaller pictures taped around it that were drawn by the students. Also hanging above the wall at the left of the image is a small sign that reads, "Bethune-Cookman College History." Taped right below that sign is a picture of Mary McLeod Bethune. The photographer of the image is unknown.
Black and white photography -- Florida -- Daytona Beach -- Photographs; Exhibitions -- Florida -- Daytona Beach -- Photographs; Brooms and brushes -- Photographs; Tables -- Photographs
Number of Images
Side of Image
Front of Postcard
Bethune-Cookman University Photograph Collection
Size of Original Image
21 cm. x 25 cm.
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Electronically reproduced by the Digital Services unit of the University of Central Florida Libraries, Orlando, 2009.
LSTA Grant 2008-2009
Digital Reproduction Specifications
Jpeg2000 images were derived from 400 dpi tiffs scanned on a Kodak i200 series flatbed scanner.
"Vocational school exhibit" (1926). Images of Central Florida. 1629.