Bouvé-Boston School of Physical Therapy and Physical Education Records, 1942 -- 1970


This collection has:

1.55 Cubic Feet
2 boxes
1 Digital Object(s)

The Bouvé School, named for its founder Marjorie Bouvé, was incorporated in 1925. Ms. Bouvé was one of seven graduates of the Boston Normal School of Gymnastics who had, in 1913, founded the Boston School of Physical Education. The Bouvé School offered a three-year program in which young women could specialize in physical therapy or in the teaching of physical education. Upon the graduation of its first class in 1928, Bouvé's physical therapy program received accreditation from the American Physical Therapy Association.

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