1931-1932 · Salem, MA
by Margarete Hoenemann
Salem, MA, 1931-1932. General wear. Some covers are detached. One is missing. . A collection of seven different lessons plans of art teacher Margarete Hoenemann for the 1931-1932 school year. The lessons plans include typewritten notes and artwork either intended to be used as samples for the lesson or as artwork decorating the lesson plan itself. The artwork includes drawings, constructed images, colored pencil, watercolor, silhouettes, and stencils. Six of the seven lessons plans, include lessons for Grades 1-8, while the the last one only has a lesson plan for grades 1 &2. The lessons plans are hand bound using brads, and with one exception, have covers with small pieces of artwork on them. Margarete Hoenemann was an art teacher who worked in or around Salem, MA. By the 1960s she would become the Art Director for Salem Public Schools. Measures 12" x 9"To view this collection, please click on the following link:https://photos.app.goo.gl/dC5uCqmPC4roRut89
Margarete M. F. Hoenemann was born on October 4, 1907 to Theodore Emil Hoenemann (1870-1948) and Bertha M. Bertais Hoenemann (1875-1955) in Boston, MA. She had one sibling, Gretchen Hoenemann (1908-?). Her father was a sculptor, and was perhaps where Margarete gain her artist interests. It is unknown when she died.
(Inventory #: 29012890)