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TABLE NO. 14.
School Opened. Showing the Number Indentured and the Number Died, Discharged a nd Returned from on Indenture Ea ch Year Since the
Year Ending July
31, 1892 Year Ending July
31, 1893 Year Ending July
31. 1894 Year Fnding July
31. 1895 Year Ending July 31, 1846
TABLE No. 15.
Development of Children on Indenture July 31, 1906.
Those in good homes, progressing steadily, doing well......
TABLE No. 16.
Number of Children Subject to Visitation Each Month During the Past Two
MINNESOTA STATE SCHOOLS FOR
THE DEAF AND THE BLIND
FOURTEENTH BIENNIAL REPORT
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
His Excellency, JOHN A. JOHNSON.
J. W. OLSON,
DR. J. F. FULTON, St. Paul,
CHAS. D. McKELLIP, Faribault,
EDGAR H. LOYHED, Faribault,
BENJAMIN B. SHEFFIELD, Faribault,
DR. J. W. DUBOIS, Sauk Center,
OFFICERS OF THE BOARD:
EDGAR H. LOYHED, President.
CHAS. D. McKELLIP, Secretary.
OFFICERS APPOINTED BY THE BOARD:
JAMES N. TATE,
JAS. J. DOW,
To His Excellency John A. Johnson, Governor of Minnesota:
In compliance with the law we respectfully present to you the four. teenth biennial report of the Schools for the Deaf and the Blind, being the forty-second and forty-third years of the existence of the School for the Deaf and the thirty-ninth and fortieth years of the School for the Blind
The personnel of the board of directors remains the same as it was at the date of the last biennial report except that Hon. Geo. P. Flannery, of Mineapolis was succeeded in January 1906 by. Dr. J. W. DuBois, of Sauk Center. Dr. DuBois manifests a deep interest in the work of the schools and has proven to be a most faithful and efficient member.
The report of Superintendent J. N. Tate of the School for the Deaf and of Superintendent J. J. Dow of the School for the Blind for the biennial period covered by this report are full and complete and set forth clearly the history and work of the schools since the last report was published, and present the needs of the institutions for the coming two years.
This board has gone carefully over these reports with the superintendents, and with a thorough understanding of the needs of the schools, believe that the requests for appropriations for the expense of their maintenance and for new buildings, repairs and improvements are conservative, and we heartily approve the estimates and recommend the passage of appropriation bills to cover the same in full.