Mason's School. Charley Gain, teacher.
Luxemburg School. Roland and David Park, early 1930s.
Topsy School. Topsy School, Branch Mountain.
Gregory's Run School. 1928.
Folson School. 1900.
No. 7 Dye School. Ten Mile, circa 1900.
Walker School. Teacher John Scarbro.
Public School Building. Backus.
Unidentified school. "Stuart vs. Lochgelly", x indicates Miss Xanie Koontz, circa 1911.
Hill School. Back row, far left; teachers Versa and Vera and, far right, teachers Maggie and Esta.
Unidentified school. Unidentified school group, pre-1914.
St. Patrick's School. Margaret Malloy (Sleigh) second row 2nd from left, circa 1918.
Unidentified school. Unidentified school with students in front of building.
Sliding Run School. Teacher, Mrs. Fryett.
Dry Creek School. Okey Cantley, teacher, 21 April 1924.
Unidentified school. African-American school group, CLP 60.
Pine Creek School.
Lower Pine Creek School. Lower Pine Creek (Stevens) School - students in yard.
Unidentified school. Unidentified one-room school.
Sherwood Grade School. 1969, Route 50.
Unidentified school. Sixth grade class, teacher Miss Williams. African-American school.
Gary Owens School. 1906, First Grade, standing in door of school.
Gary Owens School. 1906, First Grade, inside classroom.
Bartlet School. Group of boys, 1924.
Hershaw Graded School. 24 April 1923, students beside school building.
Mill Run School. Mill Run School house with Herbert [minister] and Roxie Lena Spencer, 10 August 1952.
Jerry's Run School. Jerry's Run School, Steele District, back side, exterior. Built 1897, closed 1932-33.
Roosevelt School. 1993, Lubeck District, front view.
Franklin School. Teacher and young students.
Ogdin School. Large group of parents and students in front of school.
Hamilton Junior High School.
Union Valley School. 1889, Union Valley School, no. 11, group of students in front.
Lockport School. Lockport School, summer institute for teachers, Joe Melrose 3rd from left second row, Roma Melrose on porch stoop holding book and bow in hair, Kate Melrose in photo but unable to identify. Circa 1910.
Saulsberry School. Saulsberry one-room school. Front row: Marie Sheets, Barbara Morris, Alpha Sheets, Lena Toncray, John Deem, Omer Morris [father Bob Morris] of , Clement Ludwig, ? , Archie Deem; Middle Row: Teacher Herbert Bowersock, Virgil Ludwig, Charles Reeder, Vera Morris, Freda Ludwig, Ada Deem, Earl Deem, Edward Morris; Back row: Everett Reeder, Sam Morris, Glenna Ludwig, ? Reeder, Carl Deem, 1912-13.
Saulsberry School. Saulsberry School, Genny Ludwig and Ruth Jose Morris.
Newport School. Summer institute, 1906.
Madison School. 32nd Street.
Pleasant Valley School. Route 50.
Core Road School.
Roosevelt School. Nicelyville.
Mud Lick School. Mud Lick School off Slate Creek. Virginia Moss Cooper taught here prior to 1884.
Tally Ho School.
Big Champion School.
Elana School. Elana School Row 1: (left to right) Effie Jarvis, Mary Jarvis, Reva Drake, Gladys Jarvis, Gracie White, Gladys Lloyd, Hoy Keaton, Hobert Harold, Donald Tawney,Dallas Jarvis, James Jarvis, Dillon Lloyd. Row 2: Amma White, Betty Tawney, Ina Tawney, Audra Tawney, Locie Tawney, Nannie Lloyd, Eliza Smith, Clara Tawney, Everett Lloyd, Lawrence Jarvis, Delmer Tawney, Harry Drake, Ord Smith, Chat Keaton. Row 3: Audra Harold, Doris Ross, Lula Smith, Geraldine Smith, Kelly Harold (teacher), Cecil Tawney, Carl Tawney, Omar Tawney, Leo Boggs, Alva Lloyd. Row 4: Hester Tawney, Willa Smith, Anna Smith, Rosa Smith, Howard Harold, Claude Ross, Virgil Lloyd, John Tawney Ross, Howard McClain, Curt White, Harley Smith, George Tawney, Kermit Lloyd, Carl Smith, circa 1915.
Academy Grade School. 4th grade class, teacher on left is Mary Bailey (Clark), Students unidentified. Circa mid 1930s - mid 1940s.
Unidentified school. DeWitt Meadows, teaching at one-room African-American school.
Unidentified school. Students in either study hall or library.
Unidentified School. Group of students with teacher Alice Eary.
Oak Grove School. Ada Lewis Eary, teacher.
Greenwood School. Teacher J.W. Beall, circa 1917.
Oak Grove School. Teacher Nelson Kees.
Unidentified School. Amy Howard, teacher.
Blur Knob School. 1893-94. Henry Schoonover indicated by arrow.
Unidentified School. Postcard of school.
Cottle Grove School.
Unidentified School. School group.
Unidentified School. Several adults with a long line of children.
Unidentified School. School group with American flags.
Unidentified School. Teacher and aide with young students in classroom.
Unidentified School. Students with American flag.
Main Street School. M-159 Graduating girls, Main Street School. Front: Maude Anderson, Elsie Stealey, Eva Wright, Emily Morrison; 2nd row Jo Norris, Nellie McCoy, Mable Chadderdon; back row Jenn Russell, June McCoy, Bertha Chadderdon, Margaret Anderson, Edith Moore, Blanche Smythe, Nell Anderson, Hattie Young.
Unidentified School. Group of school students.
Pleasant Valley School. Pearl Adkins, back row, far right. Emma Adkins, back row, far left. Teacher is Ulysses Grant Stafford.
Eureka School. Winter of 1893.
Unidentified School. Schoolhouse and students at Manpleton (?). Alice Smallwood seated fifth from right; sixth, Amanda _?_; seventh, Libby _?_; eighth, Tommy _?_; ninth, Ralph _?_. In back row, Florence Smallwood is sixth from right.
Gorby School. Circa 1920.
Hall School. 1912. Roxy Williams fourth row, fourth from right.
Poplar Ridge School. 1912.
Unidentified School. Primary school graduation.
Unidentified School. Rhythm band. [Randall Given School ?]
Central School. 1955.
Unidentified School. Outdoor setting, large group of parents and students encircles groups of students performing dances.
Unidentified School. Several students creating a "human pyramid" while schoolmates look on.
Unidentified School. Staged theater group portrait, August 17, 1894. "Chips That Pass in the Night". Edwin Maxwell; Pudd'nhead Wilson's Melville Davisson Post; The Heavenly Twins, Marie Margaret Wallis and James Kirk Boster; A Hear Them Start, Florena Albertha Post; Prince of India, Carl Dennis Pickens; the Duchess, Helen N. Krebs; the Yellow Aster, Lillian M. Kobblegard; Pecks Bad Boy, Sidney Haymond Post.
Unidentified School. Black school group, CLP 60.
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