anal street. This had a sizable lot, suitably fenced and sloping backward to the river, with large apple and smaller fruit trees and garden, making it a comfortable place for this peculiar home school.
Miss Eliza L. Clark was the matron and Mrs. Anna Lyons the housekeeper, and the school began with but one pupil.
After a time a smaller building was erected beside this for recreation purposes, and these continued to be used until in 1892, when the managers purchased a larger and well-located ar different method of teaching, and type of pupils.
The teaching is of the same form as that by which Helen Kellar and Tommy Stringer acquired speech.
Miss Clark has been in charge during all the years until her death on February 23, 1915. Mrs. Lyons, a few years since, retired from service and is now happily settled in the Home for the Aged.
Thus closed the record of their honorable, patient and faithful service for the help, education and betterment of many children so seriously handicap