Bygone Americana

Children studying rocks at an experimental elementary school for gifted children at Hunter College. New York, 1948.
By Nina Leen

Children studying rocks at an experimental elementary school for gifted children at Hunter College. New York, 1948.

By Nina Leen

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    Because only gifted children are intelligent enough to look at rocks.
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    My mum is a geologist, and I’ve always loved going through her rocks. :)