Anonyme, « Training School », The Kalamazoo Normal Record, Kalamazoo, (Mi), vol. 5, n° 6, mars 1915, p. 231.
The looms for the children’s rugs and Bedouin tents are completed, and the weaving will follow. Each design, worked out in art period, is simple, but differs from all the others. The big loom in the Domestic Art room was explained and added to the already great interest. In nature study the children are watching some caddis flies coming out of their wonderful houses of cemented sand and pebbles. It is fun to watch them pading under water, half in, and half out their cases. In art period the « Story of the Three Bears » was illustrated. This required the study and drawing of a house in face view.