Report six from the second bound volume of ten which documents in part the first nineteen years of The Free Academy, the predecessor of the educational institution, City College of New York. [NEW YORK CITY. BOARD OF EDUCATION. REPORTS‰Û_ON THE FREE ACADEMY. 1850-1859] includes 15 individual reports. At a time when municipal education constituted primary schooling, citizens united in response to arguments presented by a merchant and Board of Education President, Townsend Harris, for the necessity of an institution that would provide advanced training for future generations of citizens to fully engage in the professions advantageous to an expanding urban center. Includes preliminary reports that commented on the application of resources for the creation of the institution and the annual reports of the faculty, demonstrating accountability to the Board of Education with regard to the operation of the facility., SIXTH ANNUAL REPORT ON THE OPERATION AND CONDITION OF THE FREE ACADEMY BY THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. JANUARY 1, 1855. [Pages: title pages, 4-48], RGB
City College Libraries and NEW YORK: PRINTED BY EDWARD O. JENKINS, 114 NASSAU STREET. 1855., "SIXTH ANNUAL REPORT ON THE OPERATION AND CONDITION OF THE FREE ACADEMY BY THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. JANUARY 1, 1855." (1855). CUNY Academic Works.