NOTES

NOTES
1
Almost daily in February and March, 1907: San Franciso Bulletin, San Francisco Call, Fresno Republican, Los Angeles Times.
2
"Little Talks," W. J. Ed., XIII (March, 1907), 172.
3
W.J. Ed., XIII (February, 1907), 104-105.
4
Ibid.
Grove L. Johnson, a staunch conservative and later State Senator, resigned his office when his son Hiram W. Johnson became Governor, 19 10, as a Progressive. Mowry, California Progressive, p. 140.
6
Edward Hyatt, "On the Legislature," Sierra Educational News, IX (June, 191 3), 507-508.
6
"Little Talks," W.J. Ed., XV (February, 1909), 52-54.
7
Ibid., pp. 168-169.
8
"Little Talks," W. J. Ed., XXI (January, 1915), 1.
9
Edward Hyatt, "Why He Favors Free Textbooks," San Francisco Examiner, October 27, 1912;
Palo Alto Palo Altan, November 1. 1012.
10
"Little Talks," W. J. Ed., XVI (September, 1910), 429-431.
11
Hyatt to Dr. E. I Miller, State Normal School, Chico, October 11, 1916, HCC.
12
San Francisco Chronicle, March 2, 191 3, "Cubberley Urges Appointive Board."
13
Ibid.
14
"Teacher Associations," HCMS, pp. 1, 3.
15
W.J. Ed., XIII (February, 1007). 100-102.
16
Joseph A. Beek, The Cali- fornia Legislature (Sacramento: State Printing Office, 1942).
Hichborn's books on the California Legislature, session by session, 1909, 191 1, etc.
17
Sierra, V (March, 1909), 27.
18
W. J. Ed., XV (April, 1909), 182.
19
Political Code (1909), sec. 1533.
20
W.J. Ed., XIV (October, 1908), 597.
21
Hyatt for use in literature classes entitled Two California Neighbors (Sacra- mento: State Printing Office, 19 10).
22
Leroy E. Armstrong (ed.), "The Convention at Yosemite," Sierra, V (September, 1909), 27-34.
24
"Notes on the Superintendents' Convention," Sierra, V (September, 1909).
25
Sierra, XIII (October, 1913), 637-638, 650-658.
26
Benjamin Ide Wheeler, "On School Politics," California School Journal, I (February, 1906), 6.
27
George C. Pardee, "Personal and Political Interference with the Administration of Educational Institutions and Affairs," University Chronicles, II (December, 1899), 392-299.
28
"The Superintendent Should Be Elected," HCMS, pp. 1, 3, 4.
29
Hiram W. Johnson, "Inaugural Speech," January 3, 191 1, Sacramento, California.
30
W. Sherwood Dyas, November 27, 1964.
Mr. Dyas has the distinguished record of forty-nine years of continuous service in the Department of Education, 1907-1956.
Hyatt said of him in the Twenty-Seventh Annual Report, p. 12
32
"Superintendents Should Be Elected," HCMS, p. 4.
33
W.J. Ed., XVI (September, 1910), 429-431.
34
"Superintendent's Report, 1916," HCMS, p. 7.
35
Official State Board of Education Minutes, Office of the State Superintendent, Educational Building, Sacramento, December 28, 1906 to November 3, 191 1, p. 42.
Morris E. Dailey, President of State Normal School at San Jose;
C. C. Van Liew, President of State Normal School at Chico ;
Frederic L. Burk, President of State Normal School at San Francisco ;
Samuel T. Black, President of State Normal School at San Diego;
Jesse F. Millspaugh, President of State Normal School at Los Angeles;
Alexis F. Lange, Professor of Pedagogy, State University;
Benjamin I. Wheeler, President, State University;
James N. Gillett, Governor, and Edward Hyatt.
37
"Little Talks," W.J. Ed., XIV (October, 1908), 587-589.
1
California Constitution (1879), Art. IX, sec. 7, amended November 4, 1884.
Cloud, Education in California, p. 85.
2
Irving G. Hendrick, "The Early History of California State-Printed Textbooks," Southern California Quarterly, XLVI (September, 1964), 223.
3
Twenty-Fourth Biennial Report, pp. 59-60.
4
Undated clipping, HCS, III, 17.
C.T.A. Action, 3 (September 25, 1964), 8.
6
Twenty-Fourth Biennial Report, pp. 59-62;
ibid.
6
Hyatt, "Little Talks," W.J. Ed., XIII (April, 1907), 226.
7
C. A. Murdock, "On State Printing," Transactions of the Commonwealth Club of California, III (February-May, 1908), 54-55. TV. J. Ed., XVI (February, 191 1), 64- 65.
Sacra- mento Union, January 7, 1875, charged graft and corruption in textbook purchasing (p. 2);
San Francisco Call, October 1, 1882, p. 4, asked for lower costs;
San Francisco Examiner, October 16, 1892, p. 10
8
Hyatt, "Little Talks," W.J. Ed., XIII (July, 1908), 414.
9
Political Code, sec. 1876.
10
Frederic Burk, "On the Shanahan Amendment," Transactions of the Common- wealth Club of California, VII (August, 191 2), 349.
11
Mark Keppel, "The Shanahan Amendment," Sierra Educational News, VIII (June, 1912), 466.
12
"Books Along with Pencils," San Bernardino Sun, February 17, 1912;
"Clouds of Compromise over Textbooks," San Francisco Examiner, December 16, 19 12;
"Free Textbook Amendment Passed," Sacramento Bee, December 18, 1912;
"The Bug in the Bill," San Andreas Prospect, January 25, 1913;
"Bill May Abolish Public Instruction," Santa Ana Register, February 25, 191 3.
18
Ferrier, Ninety Years of Education in California, 18 46-1936, p. 115.
16
W.J. Ed., XVIII (February, 1912), 4.
16
Franklin Hichborn, The Story of the Session of the California Legislature of igog (San Francisco: James H. Barry Co., 1911), passim.
Franklin Hichborn, California Politics: 1891-1939 (5 vols.; Santa Clara: Haynes Foundation, 1950)'
17
Mowry, California Progressives, p. 116.
18
Hichborn, California Politics, II, 1089.
19
Official Minutes, State Board of Education, March 1912-December 191 5, p. 54.
Transactions, III (February, 1908), 27-29.
20
The C.T.A. Textbook Committee was so advised by Attorney Edward Hohfeld. Sierra, VIII (March, 1912), 179-180,
22
Cloud, Education in California, pp. 120, 121 ;
W. J. Ed., XVIII (September, 1912), 3> 6, 11;
XVIII (October, 1912), 6, 10, 11;
Sierra, VIII (September, October, 1912), 509, 582.
23
Hyatt, "Hyatt Tells Why He Favors Free Textbooks," San Francisco Examiner, October 27, 191 2, p. 46.
24
Twenty-fifth Biennial Report, p. n.
26
San Francisco Chronicle, December 14, 191 2, p. 2.
26
Minutes, State Board of Education, March 1912-December 191 5, pp. 5 3-54.
27
Twenty-sixth Biennial Report, p. 6.
28
Political Code, sec. 15 17.
1
Mowry, California Ptogressives, pp. 1 13-135
2
Governor Johnson's expectations of his appointees have been noted in Mowry, California Progressives, p. 137.
Hiram W. Johnson to Ernest P. Clarke, March 25, 19 10.
Hiram W. Johnson Papers, Box 10, Part II, 1911-1916, Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley
George W. Stone, who corresponded with him frequently. Ibid., Box 32, Part II, 1911-1916.
3
Hiram W. Johnson to members of the Board of Education, August 29, 191 3. Ibid., Box 2, Part II, August 191 3.
4
Hiram Johnson to Meyer Lissner, June 21, 191 3. Ibid., Box 2, Part II, folders: June, 1913.
6
Mowry, California Progressives, p. 113.
8
Hyatt to Ernest P. Clarke, August 13, 1913, HCS, IX, 88.
10
Sierra, IX (October, 191 3), 637-638.
11
Lawrence A. Cremin, The American Common Schools (New York: Columbia University Press, 195 1), p. 49.
12
Melvin Barlow, "A History of Trade and Industrial Education in California" (unpublished Ed.D. dis- sertation, University of California, Los Angeles, 1949).
14
Gardiner, Hyatt Legacy, pp. 285-292.
15
Minutes, State Board of Education, March 1916-October 191 7, p. 161.
16
Gardiner, Hyatt Legacy, pp. 285-292.
18
Raymond S. Luttrell, "Mark Keppel-His Life and Educational Work" (Unpublished Ed.D. dissertation, University of California, Los Angeles, 1951).
19
Letter from Dr. Fred F. Gundrum to Edward Hyatt, October 28, 1918, quoted in full, Woodland Democrat, November 4, 1918.
20
Eugene S. Kruszynski, "Ernest Carroll Moore, Educational Historian" (Unpublished Ed.D. dissertation, University of California, Los Angeles, 1963).
21
Los Angeles Examiner, October 18, 191 8.
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