Summers County: L-R
Lick Creek School. Brown's Chapel, formerly Lick Creek one-room school.
Lick Creek School.
Lincoln Grade and High School. Circa 1980s.
Low Gap School.
Mays School. Built 1868, John Hines, teacher, 1869.
Meadow Creek School. 1920. Front row, left to right: Ralph Berry, Charles Townes, Clyde Smith, Phil Seldon, Clarence Wheeler, Thomas Lilly, Russell Lilly, unidentified, Cecil Dilley, Donnie Gwinn, Ramsey, Larry Bleau, Dilley, Ramsey, Earl Bleau. Second row: David Holmes, Ned Garten, Robert Holmes, Virgil Terrell, John Burdette, Princey Crotty, Alva Terrell, Newman Wheeler, Billy Seldon, Basil Richmond, Louisa Smith, Wheeler, Ola Wheeler, Edith Smith, unidentified, Lucille Bleau, Faye Berry (Gwinn), unidentified. Third row: Henry Crotty, unidentified, Virgie Berry, Edna Gwinn, Gladys Bleau, Radford Wheeler. Fourth row: Helen Lilly, Golda Rodes, Robert Crotty, Rita Bleau (Spencer), James Seldon, Sadie Wheeler, Esta Gwinn. Fifth row: Lorraine Clement, Sada Garten (Sevy), Ernest Hillie Garten. Back row: Brent Gwinn (Burdette), Daisy Garten (Cales), Mary Twohig, teacher, Mattie Bragg (Graham), teacher.
Meadow Creek School.
Mt. View School.
Packs Ferry School. 1912, Second school - Packs Ferry School, class of 1912, Big George Lilly, teacher.
Patterson Creek School.
Pence Springs School.
Pipestem Creek School.
Pleasant View School.
Poweley's Creek School.
River Ridge School. Old log church, River Ridge, first built as a school in 1872.
River Ridge School.
Riverview Chapel School. Lower left.
Rocky Ford School.
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