|Description||English: “Quaint” classroom with happy pupils, from a 1923 advertisement for Crisco|
|Source||Advertisement for Crisco in The Delineator (https://archive.org/details/delineator102olou/page/n893/mode/2up)|
English: Pupils writing on a silicate slated wall, from an advertisement for Black Diamond Liquid Slating
|Source||The American Stationer (https://archive.org/details/ldpd_12498671_002/page/n109)|
English: A good child and a bad child (wearing dunce cap with ass’s ears) in a schoolroom
|Source||The Affectionate Parent’s Gift, 1828 (https://archive.org/stream/affectionatepare01horsiala#page/n191/mode/1up)|
English: Colored engraving of a schoolroom in 1835
|Source||The Ladder of Learning, 1835 (https://archive.org/stream/ladderoflearning00pitt#page/n1/mode/1up)|
From Harper’s New Monthly Magazine, 1858.
From The National Second Reader, 1869.
From A Primer for the Use of the Mohawk Children, 1786.
From a pamphlet for Novelty Job Printing Presses, 1875.
From Nursery Novelties for Little Masters and Misses, 1820.