Henrietta Hochschild (July 24, 1917-February 4, 2000) was an educator who created teaching tools for children. Born in St. Louis, Hochschild earned a B.A. degree from Washington University in 1939 and a M.A.T. degree from Webster University in 1973. Her career included editing and publishing teaching kits for educators, volunteering in the original Reading is Fundamental project, and creating the learning center at Harris Teachers College, now Harris-Stowe State University.
1870: December 25. Autograph untitled story concerning a trip to Europe written as Christmas present, 21 pages
1886: March 23-1893: January 12. The Hendschel Album. Album containing autograph poems and tributes to Clementina Zwarts from her friends. Inscribed on page 1 "Clementina Zwarts. St. Louis Mo. March 23, 1886." Bound in blue with ocean scene.
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