University of Virginia Library
Chiefly letters to Eggleston from friends, relatives, and business associates; together with miscellaneous papers relating to Smithville High School. Correspondents include Carter Glass
Maine Historical Society
Photographs of students and teachers at Girl's High School, Portland, Me -- Many photographs are identified. Also includes a photographs of high school building, ca. 1860. Most photographs were taken by T.R. Burnham, Portland; others are by photographers A.C. Lewis, B.F. Smith & Son, and Haseltine [Photographers], all of Portland
Camden County Historical Society
Includes Audubon High School yearbooks and programs
Museum of the Great Plains
Copies of original typed radio scripts "Look Back Lawton", produced for Lawton's 50th anniversary, each of the 50 programs in the series representing one year in the history of Lawton, starting with 1901 and proceeding through 1951. The final program in the series was broadcast on KSWO (1951 Aug. 6; 1 hr.), featuring highlights of the 50 individual programs. Also includes Lawton High School yearbook (1925)
Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
Papers relating to educational and civic projects undertaken by Wright during his 37-year teaching career, including a great deal of material he collected documenting the history of black schools (particularly high schools) in Washington, D.C. -- Includes drafts and published articles by Wright on the history of Dunbar High School; typescript compilation (134 p.) of information on Dunbar graduates (1918-1927); other statistical lists on the school and its graduates; commencement programs and yearbooks of Dunbar, Armstrong Manual Training School, and Cardozo High School; two pamphlets on the history of Washington's black schools (1901 and 1917); and articles about Wright and his activities
Lawrence Public Library
Materials concerning the Lawrence public schools, Lawrence, Mass -- Includes annual reports of the School Committee, including reports (1847-1978) of the Superintendent of Schools; public school manuals (1931-1980); school directories; minutes (1901-1907) of the Masters' Club, an organization of headmasters of various Lawrence schools who met periodically to discuss common issues; annual reports and curricula of Independent Evening School; rules and regulations of the School Committee and/or the schools themselves; materials of Lawrence High School, including Lawrence High School Bulletin (1881-1896, 1900-1934) and Lawrencian (1934-1963), school handbook, and report (1996) of New England Association of Schools and Colleges relating to the high school; materials of Greater Lawrence Regional Technical School; and miscellany, including scrapbooks, student papers, and report cards and other papers of Mary Gibbs who graduated from Oliver High School in 1863
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence (1912-1955), including letters to his daughter, Mildred M. Burns, essays, poems, sermons, and programs, relating to Burns's career and family and his activities as executive secretary (1924-1933) of the Presbytery of Toledo, including minutes and reports (1927-1931) and historical questionnaires (1928) sent to the presbytery's churches. Includes miscellaneous items relating to Mildred M. Burns's teaching career at Morrison R. Waite High School, Toldeo, Ohio
Museum of History & Industry, Sophie Frye Bass Library
Photographs, papers, and ephemera related to Melvin A. Weed, owner of Weed's Pharmacy in Seattle, and the Weed family -- Collection of materials concerning the Weed family, particularly Melvin Weed. Newsletters, programs, and personal letters detail Weed's involvement with the local chapters of organizations including the Freemasons, the Nile Temple, and the Sons of the American Revolution, as well as with the Washington State Pharmaceutical Association. The collection also include clippings, papers, and a scrapbook about Seattle High School cadet reunions. Student notebooks belonging to Melvin Weed contain chemistry and toxicology notes from the University of Washington School of Pharmacy. Photographs depict Melvin, Mamie, and Luell Weed, and Mamie Keene Weed's father Albert G. Keene. The collection also includes a typescript account of the Seattle Fire, narrated by Mamie Luella Weed
Lake County Historical Society
Special supplement printed by the Painesville Telegraph relating to the centennial celebration of Harvey High School, Painesville, Ohio
Museum of the Great Plains
Copy negatives and contacts of originals taken 1891-1955 -- Includes photos of Johnson and his parents and other family members, Oklahoma National Guard camp at Fort Sill, Medicine Park, Okla., Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge, and two images of Hobart High School

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