Date of Award
Master of Science (MS)
This study is a proposal to include the graphic arts area in the general shop. A brief history of the general shop is given along with its evolving philosophies, and data showing the close relationship of the graphic arts to these philosophies. An analysis is made of the industrial arts objectives, as set forth by the American Vocational Association, and how the graphic arts contribute to the fulfillment of these objectives is indicated. Contributions of the graphic arts to the general education of the student are given and substantiating data and charts presented. Exploratory experiences in linoleum block printing, silk screen printing, the dry point process, and an experiment in papermaking are detailed and justification given to warrant their being included in the program.
Klinginsmith, Jerrold E., "A BASIS FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE GRAPHIC ARTS AREA IN THE GENERAL SHOP" (1952). Electronic Thesis Collection. 296.