|Name||Industrial Education Association|
|Details||Formed June 19, 1885. Formally known as the Industrial Education Association of New Jersey. General George B. McClellan was the first presiding officer of the association.|
|Number of Archive records||2.0|
|Number of Object records||0.0|
|Number of Library records||0.0|
|Number of Photo records||0.0|
Digital image of typed carbon text regarding history of the Martha Institute and the Industrial Education Association. No author, source or date, probably created ca. 1920-1940. Briefly covers the beginnings of both institutions: Martha Institute cornerstone laid October 8, 1866; Industrial Education Association of New Jersey was organized June 19, 1885. Museum does not own original. See primary record archives 2005.079.0032.
Letter to Edward W. Martin, Board of Tax Commissioners, City of Hoboken from [Rev.] G[eorge]. C[larke]. Houghton, Vice President, Board of Trustees, Manual Training College, New Jersey Industrial Education, City of Hoboken, May 15, 1893 re amount required for expenses. Single leaf, letterhead, 8" x 10" high, typewritten. Text is in notes. City of Hoboken document, but no City Clerk file notations.