These materials, from Series V of the PAS Papers, concern the schools and educational associations supported by the PAS.  These included Clarkson Institute, named after Thomas Clarkson, the British abolitionist, and the Lombard Street Infant School, as well as materials related to the Committee to Visit the Colored People and various Committees on Employment, including a Freedmen's Employment Agency during the Civil War.

Box 6A Miscellaneous/Reel 26

Student Writing samples, 1792-1798

Floor Plan of Clarkson Hall

Clarkson Educational Association, Teachers Memos and Reports

Box 7 Miscellaneous/Reel 27

Employment Circular

“Committee on Employment: Freedmen’s Employment Agency Books, 1862-1865” (selection)