Lucy Wheelock

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Lucy Wheelock (February 1, 1857 – October 1, 1946) was an American educator and founder of Wheelock College in Boston, Massachusetts.

Publications[edit]

"Report of the Committee of Nineteen." Proceedings of the Fourteenth Annual Meeting of the International Kindergarten Union, April, 1907, New York City. Cleveland, Ohio: Electric Printing Co., 1907

Lucy Wheelock, Talks to Mothers (1920).

Lucy Wheelock, ed. Pioneers of the Kindergarten in America(1923).

Sources[edit]

  • Catherine C. DuCharme. "Lucy Wheelock: Her Life and Work" Childhood Education 76 no. 3, 164-9. Spring 2000.
  • Abigail Adams Eliot, "Lucy Wheelock." In Edward T. James, ed., Notable American Women 1607-1950 (Cambridge, Mass.: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1971).
  • Durward Howes, ed. American Women: The Official Who's Who Among the Women of the Nation, 1935-36. Los Angeles: Richard Black Publishing Co., 1935, p. 585.
  • Albert Nelson Marquis, ed. Who's Who in New England, 2nd ed. Chicago: AN Marquis & Co., 1916, p. 1139.
  • Wheelock College Library – Milestones: A Timeline of Wheelock College
  • Biography of Lucy Wheelock

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