Since opening it’s doors in 1892, the Sherman Institute had kept and maintained all student and administrative documents. After the inception of the museum in 1970, most of these documents were transferred to the Sherman Museum, where they remain today.
Among the large volume of documents was a small box of postcards, some dating from the turn of the last century.
Many of these postcards were never used, possibly collected by various faculty and patrons throughout the years. Others were actual letters mailed to the then Sherman Institute, often from a teacher on her summer vacation.
In this exhibit are fifteen postcards from various people, places and times.
Have a wonderful time, wish you were here…