Dick and Jane readers, a Hammond's World Atlas with the 1910 Census, a book of manners from 1914, a 1943 Reader's Digest, Girls Scout Handbook from 1933 and more. They really have no cash value but I collect them because I find it fascinating to read them and imagine life at that moment in time.
This particular book, The Teacher's Catalog (Paine Publishing, Co.) has all sorts of classroom supplies for sale. I thought you might find it as interesting as I do to see a few of the items for sale in 1933.
For 50 cents, you could buy "Posters to Cut, Color and Paste; for independent seat work" tested in grades 1-8!
For $2.00 per year, a magazine subscription to: "The Grade Teacher; for Grade or Rural School Teachers with special sections for Intermediate and Grammar and Ungraded Schools."
For 40 cents: "My Work Book in Early American History in Realistic Story Form"
AND HERE'S MY FAVORITE!
Progress Books:"A new series of individual work and study books based on psychological research and survey of modern school demands. They conserve teacher energy, save pupils' time and public funds."
Not a single test for sale.
I wonder how all those kids grew up!