How an orphan became the matriarch of one of New York’s most powerful political families.
Permanent RecordEva and Bee: Both children of the Depression, one ended up designing Mamie Eisenhower’s inaugural gown, the other was a mentor to Calvin Klein.
Permanent RecordHow the Manhattan Trade School prepared a generation of New York women for the workplace.
Permanent RecordThe saddest story in the report cards I found—and how it came to have a happy ending.
Permanent RecordRose Vrana is 95. She went to trade school in the 1930s. I found her report card. Then I found her.
Permanent RecordLucille Fasanalla saved the romper she made as a student at Manhattan Trade her whole life.
"Very Ambitious," "Irritable at Times," "Nice Type"Leaf through the report cards of the women featured in the Permanent Record series.