Schools for Stamford's Children: Your Problem

Title

Schools for Stamford's Children: Your Problem

Description

An illustrated pamphlet discussing the critical need in Stamford, Connecticut for more room in schools. There was a population boom in post-World War II Stamford and the increased population necessitated the expansion of schools in the town. The booklet provides information and talking points for parents to use with their city representatives regarding the necessary tax increases to pay for the expansion.

This pamphlet is a digest of a more complete study evaluating the school housing needs of Stamford in the 1950s.

Creator

Stamford Board of Education

Publisher

The Ferguson Library

Date

1949-12

Rights

The Ferguson Library has determined, to the best of its ability based on available information, that this material is unlikely to be protected by copyright interests and is in the public domain. Copyright status is, however, often difficult to determine with certainty, so restrictions may still exist. You are solely responsible for obtaining whatever permission may be needed to use this material.

Format

text/pdf

Language

English

Type

Identifier

FL.schoolpamphlets.023

Coverage

Stamford (Conn.)
20th century
1950s

Original Format

Paper - Booklet

Citation

Stamford Board of Education, “Schools for Stamford's Children: Your Problem,” Ferguson Digital Archives, accessed June 28, 2022, https://www.fergusonlibraryarchive.org/document/FL.schoolpamphlets.023.

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