Play Schools

Buildings that house children's schools with facilities and structured program activities devoted to play, often convening only in the summer; established as an emergency measure during World War I; used both as places for children of working parents and as places for parents and teachers to study the playing habits of children.

Quick Facts

Go Historic ID
2971
Names
play schools
play school
schools, play
escuelas de verano Spanish
escuela de verano Spanish
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Bibliography

  1. 1.  The Getty Art & Architecture Thesaurus, 300006596. The J. Paul Getty Trust.