De Graff, E. V. The School Room Guide to Methods of Teaching and School Management; One Hundred and Eleventh Edition, Entirely Rewritten with 63 Illustrations. Syracuse, NY: C. W. Bardeen, 1894.
Very good maroon cloth hardcover with bright gilt spine titles, 5 x 7 inches, 396 clean and unmarked pp. plus publisher's catalogue. Very good. Hardcover. 
What were schools really like in 1894? This was probably the most popular class book for teachers. It might be a good reference for today's parents, as almost everyone has to home school partly or in full these days.
Esmond Vedder DeGraff (1835-1885). Earlier editions carried the subtitle embodying the instruction given by the author at teachers' institutes, in New York and other states, and especially intended to assist public school teachers in the practical work of the school-room.
First published in 1877 and here updated, particularly in the subjects of Drawing (by Mrs. Mary Dana Hicks), Penmanship (by Charles R. Wells), and Geography of North America (condensed from the works of Prof. Meiklejohn.
"There is probably not a county in the United States where this book is not known and valued." - Preface.