American Montessori Society
Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
The American Montessori Society (AMS) Records document the history of an important American educational organization, and consist of printed, typescript, and handwritten materials; sound recordings; films; photographs; and slides. The collection, although not complete, reflects AMS's professional and administrative activities and also provides historical information about the Montessori system of education in general.
"'Being' with Children," Nancy McCormick Rambusch, Princeton Montessori School, 1993 October - December
Topic of interview: Their involvement with the Montessori Movement. Place: Their home in Arlington, VA. Narrator: Gil Donahue and Sonja Donahue. Occupations: Librarian/Bibliographer/Govt. research projects, etc. and Teacher, consultant. Area of expertise: Montessori movement in the U.S. Interviewer: Marcella Raphael. Length of acquaintance: 1961-99.
Topic of Interview: Involvement with the Montessori Movement. Place: Gravel apartment, NYC. Narrator: Douglas Gravel. Area of expertise. Narrator: Maria Gravel. Area of expertise: Montessori movement, early childhood education. Interviewer: Marcy Raphael. Length of acquaintance: 40 years.
Topic of interview: Beginnings of AMS. Place: Gravel home Narrator: Douglas Gravel. Area of expertise: American Montessori Society. Interviewer: Marcy Raphael. Length of acquaintance: 40 years.
Original master record for Folk Tunes and Music of the Masters Adapted for the Classroom/Elsie Braun Barnett, 1965
Topic of interview: Beginnings of Illinois Montessori Society. Place: Chicago. Narrator: Paul Dunn, Kathy Dunn, and Marytherese Small. Interviewer: Marcy Raphael. Length of acquaintance: 1 day.