Bonus: The Rainbow Nest in Woods of Net, knitted by Toshiko Horiuchi MacAdam, a part of Hakone Open-Air Museum, Hakone, Japan
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Edward Mott Moore Open Air School. Located in the former club house of the Rochester Rod & Gun Club, the building has been remodeled to be used as the city's only open air school for children at risk for tuberculosis. The children, gathered in front of the fireplace, hold up the cups of milk that are provided as part of their health treatment. Many of them wear warm sweaters. Rochester NY
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Edward Mott Moore Open Air School, also known as the Rochester Open Air School, began in 1909 in a tent, as a day camp on the Waring Road grounds of the Municipal Hospital. It served pretubercular children. In January, 1910, it moved to two rooms in No. 2 School on King Street. In 1911, it moved to the City Normal School on Scio Street. In 1913, it moved to the old Rod and Gun Club building near Cobb's Hill Park.
Children who attend the Edward Mott Moore Open Air School work at their classroom desks. They are dressed in winter coats and hats in a room full of fresh air. Some of the children study their books. Others work at various crafts. A girl in the foreground is hemming a length of cloth. At the time of this photograph, the school was located in two rooms in the No. 2 School on King Street. Rochester NY