Ajax loader
Search results for:
[Reward of merit issued to Gracie Sanford by teacher Jennie Lee.]

[Reward of merit issued to Gracie Sanford by teacher Jennie Lee.]

No. 5

[Reward of merit presented to Edith J. Sanford by teacher Jennie Lee.]

[Reward of merit presented to Edith J. Sanford by teacher Jennie Lee.]

March 12, 1886

[Reward of merit presented to Edith Sanford by teacher Jennie Lee.]

[Reward of merit presented to Edith Sanford by teacher Jennie Lee.]

April 16, 1886

[Reward of merit presented to Edith Sanford by teacher Jennie Lee.]

[Reward of merit presented to Edith Sanford by teacher Jennie Lee.]

February 23, 1886

[Reward of merit presented to Edith Sanford by teacher Jennie Lee.]

[Reward of merit presented to Edith Sanford by teacher Jennie Lee.]

March 5, 1886

[Reward of merit presented to B. Morje by teacher Hazeltine.]

[Reward of merit presented to B. Morje by teacher Hazeltine.]


[Certification of diligence and good behavior.]

[Certification of diligence and good behavior.]

Issued to William Sneckner by his instructor.

[Certification of diligence and attention to study.]

[Certification of diligence and attention to study.]

Issued to Maria Sneckner by instructor H. Hawkins Jones.

[Certification of application to study, attainment of instructor's approbation, and the honor of being at the head of the class.]

[Certification of application to study, attainment of instructor's approbation, and the honor of being at the head of the class.]

Issued to Robert G. Sice by J. J. Ingersoll on December 9, 1814.

[The bearer has by diligence and attention excelled those of her class in her studies and merits my esteem.]

[The bearer has by diligence and attention excelled those of her class in her studies and merits my esteem.]

Issued to Miss M. Sneckner by instructor H. Hawkins on June 18, 1827.

Fidelity to your Studies Merits the confidence of your Teachers

Fidelity to your Studies Merits the confidence of your Teachers

Issued to Selina V. Burns in June 1862.

Reward of Merit.

Reward of Merit.

Presented to Ida Dunphy by S. M. Petrie.

[Reward of merit presented to Charley Porcher by teacher E. J. Osborne.]

[Reward of merit presented to Charley Porcher by teacher E. J. Osborne.]


[Approbation of friends and instructor for commendable deportment.]

[Approbation of friends and instructor for commendable deportment.]

Issued to Ellen Andrews by instructor Susan Underhill on March 8, 1833.

Perfect Recitation

Perfect Recitation


[Reward of merit issued to Clara Thorburn by Miss Leggett.]

[Reward of merit issued to Clara Thorburn by Miss Leggett.]

June, 1864

Diligence in Learning.

Diligence in Learning.

Issued to Clara M. Thorburn by Miss Leggett on June 9, 1865.

[Reward of merit presented to Clara Thorburn by her French teacher.]

[Reward of merit presented to Clara Thorburn by her French teacher.]


[Testimony of approbation for correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]

[Testimony of approbation for correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]

Presented to Master Malec Alwaise by R. Lockwood, teacher, on November 23, 1838.

[Testimonial to regular and punctual attendance, correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]

[Testimonial to regular and punctual attendance, correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]

Awarded to Walter Miller by New York Public School No. 11 in March 1841.

[Testimonial to regular and punctual attendance, correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]

[Testimonial to regular and punctual attendance, correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]

Awarded to James Failing by New York Public School No. 3 in March 1857.

[Testimonial to attendance, deportment and recitation.]

[Testimonial to attendance, deportment and recitation.]

Awarded to Cora Alwaise by Morrisania Public School No. 3-D No. 1, town of West Farms, on January 1,...

[Testimonial to unremitted application and amiable deportment as a scholar.]

[Testimonial to unremitted application and amiable deportment as a scholar.]

Awarded to Adeline Moffat by Female High School, Senior Department in October 1827.Ridley sc.

[Commendation for diligence and good conduct.]

[Commendation for diligence and good conduct.]

Awarded to Malec Alwaise by the Mechanics' Institute School on March 9, 1840.

Reward Stimulates Youth to Exertion, and Elicits Improvement.

Reward Stimulates Youth to Exertion, and Elicits Improvement.

Awarded to Elizabeth A. Truslow by Warren Academy on June 2, 1820.

Miss Sanders' Seminary

Miss Sanders' Seminary

Miss E. Hamilton obtained this ticket for her indefatigable application during one month. Issued May...

College of St. Francis Xavier. New-York. Grammar Course.

College of St. Francis Xavier. New-York. Grammar Course.

First in History and Geography issued to Edward J. Dunphy on November 7, 1868.

Courtesy commands esteem

Courtesy commands esteem

Presented to Master Frank Curtis by A. Le Barton, teacher. Published by C. Shepard & Co., 152 Fulton...

National Bank of Merit. Four Shares of Stock to the Holder

National Bank of Merit. Four Shares of Stock to the Holder

Issued to Flora Daniels by teacher F. J. Belcher.

Bible Certificate.

Bible Certificate.


[Testimonial to industry, punctuality and good conduct.]

[Testimonial to industry, punctuality and good conduct.]

Presented to Joseph Sowdon by M. E. D., teacher.

[Praise for good behavior in school.]

[Praise for good behavior in school.]

Issued to Hester Ann Alwaise by instructor E. P. Ballenger.

A Good Boy.

A Good Boy.

Issued by the Department of Public Instruction, City of New York, Primary School No. 53.

[Testimonial to regular and punctual attendance, correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]

[Testimonial to regular and punctual attendance, correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]

Awarded to James Failing by New-York Public School No. 3 in June 1857.

[Testimonial to punctuality, deportment and diligent attention to study.]

[Testimonial to punctuality, deportment and diligent attention to study.]

Awarded to John Kavanaugh by Primary School No. 24 in February 1892.

[Testimonial to industry, punctuality and good conduct.]

[Testimonial to industry, punctuality and good conduct.]

Awarded to William White by Public School No. 4 in the 7th Ward of Brooklyn on October 31, 1850.

[Testimonial to regular and punctual attendance, correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]

[Testimonial to regular and punctual attendance, correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]

Awarded to Charlotte Lowenstein by Primary School No. 20 in the 13th Ward in September 1859.

[Testimonial to regular and punctual attendance, correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]

[Testimonial to regular and punctual attendance, correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]

Awarded to Charles Ward by Primary School No. 36 in December 1864.

[Testimonial to punctual and regular attendance and correct deportment.]

[Testimonial to punctual and regular attendance and correct deportment.]

Awarded by Public Primary School No. 41 to Catharine Lilkin on November 30, 1852.

[Testimonial to regular and punctual attendance, correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]

[Testimonial to regular and punctual attendance, correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]

Awarded to William Lilkins by New York Public School No. 12 in January 1845.

[Testimonial to regular and punctual attendance, correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]

[Testimonial to regular and punctual attendance, correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]

Awarded to Martemus Knowles by Public School No. 5 in October 1858.

[Testimonial to industry, punctuality and good conduct.]

[Testimonial to industry, punctuality and good conduct.]

Awarded to Mary Trembitsky by Public School No. 63 in Brooklyn in November 1906.

[Testimonial to regular and punctual attendance, correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]

[Testimonial to regular and punctual attendance, correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]

Awarded to Harriet Heyer by Grammar School No. 38 on March 16, 1866.

[Testimonial to industry, punctuality and good conduct.]

[Testimonial to industry, punctuality and good conduct.]

Awarded to Alice Sowdon by Public School No. 16 in Brooklyn in May 1884.

[Testimonial to regular and punctual attendance, correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]

[Testimonial to regular and punctual attendance, correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]

Awarded to Harriet Heyer by Grammar School No. 38 on June 3, 1864.

[Testimonial to regular and punctual attendance, correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]

[Testimonial to regular and punctual attendance, correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]

Awarded to Harriet Heyer in September 1860 from Public Education Primary Department No. 3.

[Testimonial to regular and punctual attendance, correct deportment and accurate scholarship.]

[Testimonial to regular and punctual attendance, correct deportment and accurate scholarship.]

Awarded to William Stoughton by School No. 4 in the town of Morrisania in June.

[Testimonial to industry, punctuality and good conduct.]

[Testimonial to industry, punctuality and good conduct.]

Awarded to George Morgan by Public School No. 12 in Brooklyn on May 31, 1869.

A Good Girl.

A Good Girl.

Department of Public Instruction, City of New York. Primary School No. 56.

[Testimonial to regular and punctual attendance, correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]

[Testimonial to regular and punctual attendance, correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]

Awarded to Kate [...] by New York Ward School No. 8 in November 1855.

Institution Elie Charlier

Institution Elie Charlier

48 East 24th Street. Awarded to John Hone on April 18, 1861.

[Testimonial to scholarship and good behavior.]

[Testimonial to scholarship and good behavior.]

Awarded to Adeline Moffat by Female High School in July 1830.Ridley sc.

[Testimonial to punctual attendance, correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]

[Testimonial to punctual attendance, correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]

Awarded to Mary Raminer by 67 West 10th Street School in November 1885.

Excellence.

Excellence.

This certificate will entitle Miss Mary Wickham a premium on the first of July next for excellence in...

[Testimonial to punctuality, deportment and diligent attention to study.]

[Testimonial to punctuality, deportment and diligent attention to study.]

Awarded to Samuel Landsman by Public School No. 71 on June 30, 1892.

[Testimonial to regular and punctual attendance, correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]

[Testimonial to regular and punctual attendance, correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]

Awarded to William H. Head by New York Ward School No. 8 in October 1854.

[Testimonial to punctual attendance, correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]

[Testimonial to punctual attendance, correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]

Awarded to Alice Sowdon by Grammar School No. 57 in September 1876.

[Testimonial to punctual attendance, correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]

[Testimonial to punctual attendance, correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]

Awarded to Frieda Biehl by Primary School No. 59 on May 29, 1895.

Page
of 2
Display
Items per page
Sort by
Active Lightbox:
Open Lightboxes