Each signature may be linked to the others by up to 53 thematic connections. Some are common to many signatures; others highlight unusual, yet notable, associations and interests. Friendships are not represented because so many signers were friends. Go to "The Bohemians" to view and interact with all 53 connections.
Educators of all types are marked with this tag. Several taught at schools and universities in and around New York City. Helen Louise Cohen taught English at Washington Irving High School, just northeast of Greenwich Village near Union Square; James Earle Fraser taught at the Art Students League on 57th Street between Broadway and Seventh Avenue; and Jacob Salwyn Schapiro taught European History at the City University of New York. Henry Seidel Canby, who taught at Yale University for roughly two decades, cited teaching as one of the six great professions in his book Alma Mater (1936). However, he also noted that “teaching as a profession is woefully misunderstood, and frequently by its professors.”