Barker and Faulconer Fayette County Public Education photographs,

Descriptive Summary

Title
Barker and Faulconer Fayette County Public Education photographs,
Creator
Barker, Besse B., 1897-1993
Extent
2.63 cubic feet (11 boxes): 362 items
Subjects
Barker, Besse B., 1897-1993
Faulconer, Nannie G., 1865?-1940
School buildings--Kentucky--Fayette County
School children--Kentucky--Fayette County
School superintendents--Kentucky--Fayette County
Classrooms--Kentucky--Fayette County
Rural schools--Kentucky--Fayette County
Education--Kentucky--Fayette County
Finding Aid Author
Processed by: Staff, Deirdre Scaggs, Kristen Sykes; machine-readable finding aid created by: Jessica Powell
Repository
University of Kentucky

Collection Overview

Biography / History
Nannie Gastineau Faulconer (1865?-1940) was born and raised in Lexington, Kentucky. She graduated from Hamilton College and taught in the Lexington city schools. After the death of her husband, Clarence L. Faulconer, she was elected Superintendent of Schools for Fayette County in November, 1905. Faulconer was re-elected three times, serving 16 consecutive years in this capacity until her resignation in 1921. For the next six years, she worked as librarian of Morehead State Teachers' College. Throughout her life, Faulconer remained active in church, school, and civic affairs. She was a member of the Democratic Woman's Club, Woodland Christian Church, and the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR).
During her tenure as school superintendent, Faulconer instituted several innovations to improve the rural school system. In place of the traditional one-room school house, Fayette County adopted the earliest system of consolidated schools in the state. In 1910, Greendale School was established as the state's first consolidated school and by the end of Faulconer's administration, Fayette County contained a total of eight consolidated schools. As part of this program, Faulconer inaugurated a system of free transportation to these schools.
During Faulconer's term as superintendent, fifteen white and eight black schools were built. Among the accredited four-year high schools established during her supervision were: Picadome, Greendale, Athens, Faulconer, and Russell Cave. Nannie Faulconer also broadened the curriculum of Fayette County schools by adding home economics, industrial arts courses, athletics, and agricultural instruction. In her pursuit to improve the school system, Faulconer attempted to hire only qualified teachers with proper credentials and in 1911, she lengthened the school year from six to nine months.
Scope and Content
The Barker and Faulconer Fayette County Public Education photographs, 1869-1941 consists of photographic prints that document early 20th century public education in Fayette County for both black and white students during the tenure of Mrs. Nannie G. Faulconer, superintendent from 1905-1921. The collection also contains lantern slides, prepared for a presentation by Besse B. Barker, that illustrate white education in Fayette County from 1869-1941.

Contents of the Collection

Faulconer Prints

Athens

Group portrait of Athens students and Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940) standing in front of the school. Handwritten on verso "Type of School Building used in Fayette County Rural Schools. The Colonial suits the landscape of this particular County, Athens-Dist. No.18. Fayette County, Kentucky." , ca. 1912

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Group portrait of Athens' girls basketball team. Mable Gentry Doolin is holding the basketball. Handwritten on verso "Athen's Basket Ball Team. Mable Gentry Doolin-with basketball." , [n.d.]

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Group portrait of Athens' girls in cooking class with Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940). Handwritten on verso on 3a "The cooking class and an exhibit of their work at Athens, a rural school which twelve miles from Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky." (Two copies) , [n.d.]

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Group portrait of Athens' boys and Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940) in industrial arts class. Handwritten on verso "Manual Training Class at Athens, Fayette County, Ky. This is the class of 1912. The school is twelve miles in the country." , 1912

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Athens' boys in industrial arts class with Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940). Handwritten on verso "Athens Manual training class. Supt. Nannie Faulconer (left). Date (19 teenth, after 12 when school completed)." , [n.d.]

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Brecktown

Group portrait of Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940) and crowd in front of Brecktown school for the dedication. , [n.d.]

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Girls holding food baskets in front of school with their teacher, Mary Graves. Handwritten on verso of 7a "Brecktown Mrs. Mary Graves." (Two copies) , [n.d.]

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Group portrait of Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940) with instrumental ensemble which played for Brecktown's dedication. (Two copies) , [n.d.]

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Cadontown

Group portrait of Cadontown students in cooking class with teacher, Callie Green and supervisor , [n.d.]

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Cave Spring

Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940) standing in front of Cave Spring school with her first automobile. Handwriting on verso. (Four copies) , [n.d.]

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Cave Spring students sitting at their desks with Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940) and teacher Rose Wurtele in the background. Handwriting on verso. (Four copies) , [n.d.]

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Cave Spring students, Rose Wurtele and Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940) stand before and oven in the school kitchen. Handwritten on verso of 12b "Cave Spring. Hot lunch in a coal house kitchen. Miss Rose Wurtele." (Three copies) , [n.d.]

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Cave Spring students being served lunch outside of the school house with Rose Wurtele and Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940). (Two copies) , [n.d.]

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Donerail

Group portrait of Donerail students standing in front of school with teacher Emma Latham and M.A. Cassidy, Superintendent of Fayette County Public Schools until 1903. Handwritten on verso of 14b, "During Mr. M.A. Cassidy's administration." (Two copies) , [n.d.]

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Exterior of Donerail school house. Handwriting on verso. (Two copies) , [n.d.]

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Elmendorf

Group portrait of Elmendorf students, with teacher Ella Ford, standing in front of school located off Paris Pike. Handwriting on verso. (Four copies) , [n.d.]

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Kitchen workers and Ella Ford serve soup to a student. Handwritten on verso, "Mrs. Ella Ford and school at lunch." , [n.d.]

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Faulconer

Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940) standing on front porch of Faulconer school house. , [n.d.]

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Group portrait of a crowd standing in front of Faulconer school with Governor A.O. Stanley (1867-1958) and Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940). (Two copies) , [n.d.]

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Enlargement from #19 showing Governor A.O. Stanley (1867-1958) and Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940).' , [n.d.]

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Faulconer students and Nannie Faulconer working in the school garden. Handwritten on verso, "School garden at Faulconer School under Mrs. Ella Ford, Principle." , [n.d.]

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Greendale

Exterior of old Greendale school house. Handwriting on verso. (Two copies) , [n.d.]

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Interior of old Greendale school house. Handwriting on verso. , [n.d.]

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Exterior of new Greendale school house. Handwriting on verso. (Four copies) , [n.d.]

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Greendale girls' sewing class. Handwritten on verso, "A sewing class at Greendale Consolidated school in Fayette County, Kentucky." (Two copies) , [n.d.]

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Group portrait of Greendale students sitting at their desks. Handwritten on verso, "The Chapel at Greendale School, Fayette County Ky." , [n.d.]

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Group portrait of Greendale students posed with their hands outstretched. Handwriting on verso. (Three copies) , [n.d.]

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Group portrait of Greendale students posed with their hands outstretched. There is a horse and buggy in the background. Handwriting on verso. (Three copies) , [n.d.]

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Two Greendale students on horseback. , [n.d.]

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Group portrait of Greendale students riding in a horse-drawn wagon. Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940) and the driver, Sam Brooks, stand along side. , [n.d.]

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Lisle

Group portrait of Lisle students standing in front of the school house with Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940) and their teacher, Lizzie Barkley. Handwriting on verso. (Four copies) , [n.d.]

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Portrait of Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1941), standing with a Lisle student who is holding a toy boat. , [n.d.]

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Little Georgetown

Group portrait, from a distance, of Little Georgetown students and Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940) standing in front of the school house. Handwritten on verso, "Picturesque Little Georgetown a colored school in the heart of the Blue Grass. This old building is on the banks of South Elkhorn Creek, Fayette County, Ky. This poor school is praying to grow into a fine colored school like Maddoxtown in the same county. (Three copies) , [n.d.]

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Group portrait of Little Georgetown students and Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940) standing in front of the school house. Handwriting on verso. (Five copies) , [n.d.]

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Group portrait of Little Georgetown students sitting at their desks and Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940) standing in the doorway. Handwritten on verso, "Little Georgetown, 5 copies." (Two copies) , [n.d.]

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Locust Grove

Chair and desk on the front porch of the Locust Grove school house. Handwritten on verso, "Locust Grove-bad equipment." , [n.d.]

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Group portrait of Locust Grove students standing in front of the school house with State School Supervisor F.C. Button, Nannie Faulconer (1865-1940), teacher Grace Yochum, and driver Mr. Davenport. Handwriting on verso. (Five copies) , [n.d.]

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Exterior of the Locust Grove school house. Handwriting on verso. (Four copies) , [n.d.]

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Locust Grove students, Nannie Faulconer (1865-1940), and Grace Yochum in the newly built school kitchen. Handwriting on verso. (Four copies) , [n.d.]

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Loradale

Exterior of the Loradale school house. Handwriting on verso. (Four copies) , [n.d.]

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Group portrait of Loradale students sitting at their desks. Handwritten on verso, "Loradale." (Three copies) , [n.d.]

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Loradale students receiving soup in the classroom with their teacher, Audrey Burgin Hawkins. Handwritten on verso, "Loradale Hot Lunch Service." (Five copies) , [n.d.]

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Loradale kitchen help standing in the kitchen. Handwritten on verso, "Loradale." (Six copies) , [n.d.]

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Old Sidener Store at Loradale-Old Union. Handwritten on verso, "Old Sidener Store at Loradale-Old Union." (Two copies) , [n.d.]

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Christian Church at Loradale-Old Union. Handwriting on verso. (Two copies) , [n.d.]

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Cemetery at Loradale-Old Union. Handwriting on verso. (Three copies) , [n.d.]

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Maddoxtown

Exterior of the old Maddoxtown school house. , [n.d.]

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Group portrait of Maddoxtown students and Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940) standing in front of the school house. , [n.d.]

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Exterior of the new Maddoxtown school house. Handwritten on verso, "Maddoxtown Colored School." (Three copies) , [n.d.]

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Portrait of Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940) and "Hercules", a Maddoxtown student. , [n.d.]

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Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940) and carpenters during the construction of the new Maddoxtown school house. Handwritten on verso, "Community workers making an addition to Maddoxtown Colored School." , Feb. 27, 1917

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Maddoxtown students and Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940) being served lunch outside the school house. Handwritten on verso, "The penny lunch being served at Maddoxtown Colored School six miles from Lexington, Fayette County Kentucky. The majority of colored school in this county have regularly equipped kitchens. It is a windy day, Mrs. Nannie G. Faulconer, Superintendent inspecting." , [n.d.]

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Group portrait of Maddoxtown students and Mrs. Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940) standing in the lunch line outside of the school house. Handwritten on front, "Maddoxtown-Hot lunch. Mrs. Nannie Faulconer Supt." (Four copies) , [n.d.]

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Group portrait of Maddoxtown students and Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940) in the school kitchen. (Two copies) , [n.d.]

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Baskets of fruits and vegetables used for cooking school lunches. Handwritten on verso, "Collection of material for soup and cooking at Maddoxtown Colored school on Potato and Onion day. This school has two rooms and a kitchen. The school is six miles in the country at Maddoxtown, Fayette County, Kentucky. This is said to be the best equipped rural school in the south." (Four copies) , [n.d.]

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Maddoxtown horse stable. Hand written on verso, "Maddoxtown horse stable." (Four copies) , [n.d.]

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Maddoxtown students white wash a fence as Nannie Faulconer (1865-1940) watches. Handwritten on verso, "Maddoxtown white wash." (Three copies) , [n.d.]

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Group portrait of Maddoxtown students sitting at their desks with State School Supervisor F.C. Button, Nannie Faulconer (1865-1940), and Mattie Dalton. Handwritten on verso, " Maddoxtown-Mrs. Nannie G. Faulconer, Supt. Schools of Fayette County. Dr. F.C. Button, State School Supervisor. Miss Mattie Dalton--afterwards School Supt." (Three copies) , [n.d.]

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Group portrait of Maddoxtown students at their desks while some demonstrate chair canning. Also present are State School Supervisor F.C. Button, Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940) and Mattie Dalton. (Two copies) , [n.d.]

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New Brighton

Group portrait of New Brighton students and teacher Millie Mae Watson standing in front of the school house. Handwritten on verso, "New Brighton. Miss Millie Mae Watson Prin." , [n.d.]

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Exterior of the old Brighton school house. , [n.d.]

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Group portrait of Old Brighton students sitting at their desks with their teacher, Miss Millie Mae Watson. , [n.d.]

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Picadome

Exterior of the Picadome school house (A). Handwritten on verso, "Picadome, The old Haynes. Mrs. Nannie Faulconer Supt." , [n.d.]

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Exterior of the Picadome school house (B). , [n.d.]

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Exterior of the Picadome school house with Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940) beside the car. (Two copies) , [n.d.]

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Group portrait of Picadome students on the steps with Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940) on the donkey. , [n.d.]

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Group portrait of Picadome students standing in front of the school house. Handwritten on verso, "Modern Type. Picadome." (Four copies) , [n.d.]

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Group portrait of Picadome students standing in front of the school house with Nannie Faulconer (1865-1940) and the principal, Margaret McCubbing. Handwritten on verso, "Picadome, Margaret McCubbing center back." , [n.d.]

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The Picadome school garden. Handwritten on verso, "Picadome School garden. Ground donated by Dr. Sprague." (Five copies) , [n.d.]

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Picadome girls stand before class on Presentation Day. Handwritten on verso, "Picadome Class Day." , [n.d.]

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Picadome students stand before class on Presentation Day. Hand written on verso, "Picadome Class Day." , [n.d.]

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Picadome students seated at desks. , [n.d.]

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Picadome students seated at desks (view from back of room). Hand written on verso, "Picadome." (Two copies) , [n.d.]

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Picadome students seated at desks in sewing class (view from front right of room). Handwritten on verso, "Another Picadome sewing class." , [n.d.]

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Picadome students seated at desks (view from front left of the room). Handwritten on verso, "Picadome." , [n.d.]

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Picadome Montessori students working at their desks. Handwritten on oversized mat, "Superintendent inspecting Montessori work in rural school Fayette County Kentucky." (Three copies, one Oversized) , [n.d.]

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Picadome students seated with parents at desks. , [n.d.]

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Picadome students in physical education class. Handwritten on verso, "Picadome class in physical culture under Miss Margaret P. McCubbing Prin." (Three copies) , [n.d.]

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Picadome girls' sewing class. Handwritten on verso, "Exhibit of sewing done by the class of 1914 at Picadome rural school, Fayette County, Ky." (Three copies) , 1914

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Group portrait of Picadome girls' sewing class with Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940). Handwritten on verso, "Fayette County Schools, one of the Picadome sewing classes." , [n.d.]

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Group portrait of Picadome boys exhibiting woodwork with Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940), Margaret McCubbing, and instructor, Orville Croder. Handwritten on verso, "Articles made by the Manual Class of a Fayette County rural school. Notice the happy face of the boys." , [n.d.]

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Group portrait of Picadome boys holding tools with Margaret McCubbing. (Two copies) , [n.d.]

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Picadome boys in woodworking class with Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940) and Orville Croder. (Two copies) , [n.d.]

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Picadome students eating lunch with Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940). Handwritten on verso, "Picadome serving hot lunch." , [n.d.]

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Group portrait of Picadome students eating lunch. Handwritten on verso, "Hot nourishing soup is served everyday at this rural school. The children bring the greater part of the material for the soup pot. They are happy. The domestic science class makes the soup. Each child files by the soup pot, gets his portion and goes to his place. The girls take turn about in washing the dishes. The boys always take two bowls." (Two copies) , [n.d.]

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Group portrait of Picadome girls preparing lunch with Nanny Faulconer (1865?-1940). , [n.d.]

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Picadome girls preparing lunch with Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940). Handwritten on verso, "Picadome 5 copies." , [n.d.]

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A Display set up in the Picadome school office. , [n.d.]

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Portrait of Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940) and Margaret McCubbing in the Picadome teacher's lounge. Handwritten on verso, "5 copies, Picadome." , [n.d.]

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Portrait of Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940) and Rev. Moore. Handwritten on verso, "Rev. Mr. Moore a valued patron of Picadome School and Mrs. Nannie G. Faulconer Supt. Fayette County Schools." (Two copies) , [n.d.]

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Picadome Montessori class doing work with Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940) and Belle McCubbing. Handwritten on verso, "Class in Montessori at Picadome rural school No. 20, Fayette County, Ky." (Three copies) , [n.d.]

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Picadome Montessori class doing work with Belle McCubbing while Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940) looks on. Handwritten on verso, "Class in Montessori taught by Miss Belle McCubbing at Picadome rural school near Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky. The Superintendent, Mrs. Nannie G. Faulconer adopted for motto when she went into office many years ago the following expression, 'Progress, the onward stride of God.' by Hugo." (Two copies) , [n.d.]

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Group portrait of Picadome girls' basketball team with Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940). Handwriting on verso. (Three copies) , [n.d.]

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Group portrait of Picadome girls' basketball team, in various game related poses, with Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940). , [n.d.]

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Group portrait of Picadome (?) boys' baseball team. , [n.d.]

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Group portrait of Picadome girls on school steps with Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940) and Margaret McCubbing. Handwritten on verso, "Class at Picadome, Mrs. Nannie G. Faulconer Supt. Miss Margaret McCubbing Prin. , [n.d.]

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Group portrait of Picadome boys along with Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940) and Margaret McCubbing examining ears of corn. Hand written on verso, "Home and rural activities receive attention in Fayette County, Ky. In 1910." (Two copies) , 1910

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Group portrait of Picadome girls displaying sewing and needlework. Handwritten on verso, "All Fayette County serving classes inspecting their finished work. This work has been done in the rural schools of Fayette county since 1909. The present Superintendent, Mrs. Nannie G. Faulconer has succeeded in the introducing Domestic Science, Needlecraft, Manual training and Home making into training schools of the Fayette County." (Three copies) , [n.d.]

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Group portrait of Picadome girls, Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940) and Belle McCubbing posing with oven and trophy. Handwritten on verso, "Nannie Faulconer, Supt.; Dike' Wilkerson 3rd left, standing (sailor collar). Mrs. Belle McCubbing teacher, Willie Carr far right sitting." (Two copies) , [n.d.]

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Portrait of Belle McCubbing and Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940), posing with oven and trophy. Handwritten on verso, "Silver Loving Cup and Blue Flame Oil stove won by Picadome rural school at the State Corn Show at Lexington, Fayette County Kentucky. The teacher Miss Belle McCubbing of Fayette County Ky. trained the class that won these prizes for the cheapest and best school lunch, and for the best soup made by the class after their own recipe." , [n.d.]

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Group portrait of Picadome students in horse-drawn buggies with Belle McCubbing and Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940). Handwritten on verso, "Hitching up time in a county school in Fayette County, Ky.-near Lexington." , [n.d.]

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Rose Hill

Group portrait of Rose Hill students and Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940) standing in front of the school house. Handwritten on verso, "Rose Hill, formerly McChord school. Near Cleveland Pike." , [n.d.]

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Russell Cave

Exterior of the Russell Cave school house. , [n.d.]

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South Elkhorn

Exterior of the South Elkhorn school house. Handwritten on verso, "S. Elkhorn." (Two copies) , [n.d.]

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Group portrait of South Elkhorn students standing in front of the school house, with Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940) and their teacher, Ann Young. Handwritten on verso, "South Elkhorn-This is the school to which little Virginia Hardeman, aged ten, was attending when she was snatched away from the highway, taken into a cornfield, mangled, mistreated and murdered by a negro mullato-William Lachett. A mob endeavored to take him from the Lexington Court House, but was repulsed. Five people were killed during this riot. He was electrocuted afterwards. Mrs. Ann Young was the teacher, Mrs. Nannie G. Faulconer was the Supt. of schools for Fayette County." , 1919

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Tyler

Group portrait of Tyler students in front of the school house with teacher Charlotte Pilcher and M.A. Cassidy, Superintendent of Fayette County Public Schools until 1905. Handwritten on verso, "Tyler School-given over to Brech Payne." , [n.d.]

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Bluegrass Child

Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940) standing beside the "Bluegrass Child: Progress calls from the top of every silo" poster. Handwriting on verso. (Four copies) , [n.d.]

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The "Bluegrass Child: Commercialism allows this condition" poster. Handwriting on verso. (Three copies) , [n.d.]

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Nannie Faulconer standing beside the "Bluegrass Child: Perfect environment fosters perfect physical development" poster. (Four copies) , [n.d.]

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Portrait of Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940) in her office with "Bluegrass Child" posters. Handwritten on verso, "Office of School Supt. Mrs. Nannie G. Faulconer, Lexington, Fayette Co. Ky." , [n.d.]

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Portrait of Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940) and Margaret P. McCubbing standing with three "Bluegrass Child" posters. Handwritten on verso, "School Fair- Nannie Faulconer, Supt., M.P. McCubbing." (Two copies) , [n.d.]

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Image of the horse stable used in the "Bluegrass Child" poster. Handwritten on verso, "Ashland stable of J.C. McDowell." , [n.d.]

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Image of the horse "Rocksand" used in the "Bluegrass Child" poster. Handwritten on verso, "Rocksand." (Two copies) , [n.d.]

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Image of the sheepfold used in the "Bluegrass Child" poster. Handwritten on verso, "John Madden's Sheepfold." (Three copies) , [n.d.]

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Image on farm silo used in the "Bluegrass Child" poster. , [n.d.]

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Image of the decrepit shed used in the "Bluegrass Child" poster. (Two copies) , [n.d.]

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General

School exhibit of student's crafts and handiwork. (Two copies) , [n.d.]

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Shuck mats made by students to sell for Belgian relief during W.W.I. Handwritten on verso, "Shuck door mats made at Land school." (Five copies) , [n.d.]

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Portrait of Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940) and Mrs. Marguerite McLaughlin at the school fair with displays of students' work. Handwriting on verso. (Three copies) , [n.d.]

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Portrait of Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940) at the school fair with displays of students' work (A). Handwriting on verso. (Three copies, one in Oversize) , 1912

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Portrait of Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940) at the school fair with displays of the students' work (B). Handwritten on verso, "Division A exhibit at the Rural School Fair given in Lexington Fayette County, Kentucky in 1912." (Two copies) , 1912

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Portrait of Nannie Faulconer in her office on the phone with displays of students' work from the school fair. Handwritten on verso, "Office of Mrs. Nannie G. Faulconer Supt. Fayette Co. Schools. School Fair exhibit division B." (Four copies, one in Oversize) , 1912

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Group portrait of the graduating class of 1901 with M.A. Cassidy. , 1901

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Group portrait of the graduating class of 1906 with Mrs. Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940). , 1906

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Group portrait of the graduating class of 1908 with Mrs. Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940) , 1908

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Group portrait of the graduating class of 1913 with Mrs. Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940) at the Fayette County Court House. Handwritten on verso, "...graduating class of 1913 before the Fayette County Court House. These are all pupils of the Fayette County Grammar Schools. Supt. Nannie G. Faulconer." (Two copies) , 1913

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Group portrait of the Japanese Flower Fete presented by Fayette County Grammar School graduates in 1913 with Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940). (Two copies) , 1913

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Group portrait of the graduating class of 1918 with Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940) at the Fayette County Court House. (Two copies) , 1918

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Portrait of an unknown girl tilling up a garden. , [n.d.]

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Group portrait taken in 1910 with Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940). , 1910

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Group portrait of students sitting at their desks with Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940) in the background. , [n.d.]

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Portrait of Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940) standing beside a wall of soup cups. , [n.d.]

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Group portrait of Camillus [Camillus Spain] Sullivan at the piano with other students and Nannie Faulconer (1865?-1940) , [n.d.]

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Exterior of an unidentified school house which was abandoned for consolidated schools. , [n.d.]

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A man walking around an unidentified school house which was abandoned for consolidated schools. (Two copies) , [n.d.]

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Exterior of a temporary school house on Cleveland Pike near Chilesburg. , [n.d.]

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Cover for the photograph portfolio. Says, "Fayette County School (Kentucky) Visualized." , [n.d.]

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Barker Slides

Epoch I

Title slide, "History of Education in Fayette County." , ca. 1900

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Title Slide, "Epoch I, Prior to 1900. 'My inheritance how lordly wide and far; time is my fair seed-field; to time I heir.'" , ca. 1900

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Exterior of Old Greendale, the oldest school in Fayette County. , ca. 1900

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Daily schedule for Fort Springs School, Miss Buena Vista Patterson, teacher. , ca. 1900

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Title Page from McGuffy's "First Eclectic Reader: For Young Learners." , ca. 1900

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Pages from McGuffey's "First Eclectic Reader: For young Learners." , ca. 1900

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Pages from the Blue Back Speller. , ca. 1900

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Students outside Maple Grove School on Sandersville Pike with Miss Lula Keith, teacher, and M.A. Cassidy, superintendent of Fayette County Common Schools. , ca. 1900

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Students outside Jack's Creek School with Miss Maude Spears, teacher. , ca. 1900

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Students outside Parker's Mill School (later called Wolf Run) with Mr. C.S. Sousley, teacher. , ca. 1900

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Portrait of Dr. Leslie Davis, also a teacher at Parker's Mill, he later became an internationally famous surgeon. , ca. 1900

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Students outside East Hickman School with Miss Mary Dodd, teacher. , ca. 1900

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Students outside Kirklevington School with Miss Katie Payne, teacher. , ca. 1900

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Students outside Briar Hill School with Mr. A.M. Cox, teacher. , ca. 1900

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Students outside Hearne School, on Richmond Pike, with Miss Julia Watts, teacher. , ca. 1900

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Students outside Little Picadome School with Miss Sara Drake, teacher, and County Superintendent M.A. Cassidy who coined the name. , ca. 1900

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Students outside Mt. Tabor school with Miss Hill, teacher. , ca. 1900

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Exterior of Warfield School, Winchester Pike, with Miss Lula Clugston, teacher, M.A. Cassidy, county superintendent, one unidentified woman and two unidentified girls. , ca. 1900

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Students outside Lyle School, on Leestown Pike, with Miss Hettie Rouse, teacher. , ca. 1900

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Students outside Loradale School with Miss Vest, teacher. , ca. 1900

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Students outside Rose Hill School, originally known as McCord School. , ca. 1900

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Students outside Russell Cave School with Miss Alice Moore, teacher. , ca. 1900

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Students outside Alberti School at Chilleburg with Henry M. Gunn, teacher. , ca. 1900

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Students outside South Elkhorn School with Miss Emma Watts, teacher. , ca. 1900

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Students outside Fort Springs School with Mr. T.P. Throop, teacher. , ca. 1900

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Students outside the Republican School with Mr. G.W. Brittingham, teacher. , ca. 1900

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Students outside Chilesburg School with Mr. Charlie G. Stephenson, teacher. , ca. 1900

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Students outside Locust Grove School on Military Pike with Miss Mattie Christian (later Patterson), teacher. , ca. 1900

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Students outside Muir School with Miss Sledd, teacher. , ca. 1900

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Students outside Whitsitt School with Miss Cora Vest, teacher. , ca. 1900

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Students outside Bryan Station with Miss Lizzie Barkley, teacher. (Two copies) , ca. 1900

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Students outside Brighton School with Miss Maude Christian, teacher. , ca. 1900

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Students outside Tyler School, on Spurr Road, with Miss Charlotte Pilcher, teacher. , ca. 1900

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Students outside Donerail School with Miss Laxham, teacher. , ca. 1900

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Students outside Cave Spring School, on Newtown Pike, with Miss Mary Kelley, teacher. , ca. 1900

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Students outside Athens School with Mrs. Mollie Stivers Barker and Miss Lizzie Bell Stivers, teachers. , ca. 1900

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Students outside Walnut Hill School, [Fairview], with teacher Mr. Ernest Crystal. , ca. 1900

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Students outside Old Elmendorf School, also known as "Little Brick." , ca. 1900

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Students seated in courthouse for Eighth Grade Examination. , ca. 1900

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Program from the Fayette County School's Commencement exercises. Dated June 11th, 1895. , June 11, 1895

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Exterior of unidentified building. , ca. 1900

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Epoch II

Title Slide, "Epoch II 1900-1916. 'For hope shall brighten days to come and memory gild the past.'" , 1900-1916

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Sheepfold. , 1900-1916

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Exterior of a silo with cattle in a field. , 1900-1916

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Horse known as "Rock Sand" valued at $50,000. , 1900-1916

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Exterior of the Old Brighton School. , 1900-1916

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Interior of the Old Brighton School, with students and teacher. , 1900-1916

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Publicity displays. Banner reads "Fayette County Rural School Progress the Onward Stride of God. Nannie G. Faulconer. Supt." , 1900-1916

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Exterior of the Greendale School. , 1911

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Students stand outside Athens School. , 1912

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Mrs. Nannie Faulconer standing outside Picadome school house. , 1900-1916

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Mrs. Nannie Faulconer with the Reverend Mr. Moore, valued patron of Picadome. , 1900-1916

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Exterior of Faulconer School built in 1916 with Mrs. Nannie Faulconer standing on the front porch. (Three copies) , ca. 1916

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Students and Mrs. Nannie Faulconer with farm wagon used to transport students to Greendale School. , 1900-1916

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Students in school wagon with Mrs. Nannie Faulconer and Mr. Sam Brooks, driver. , 1900-1916

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Students on trolley like those used to transport students on Georgetown and Paris Pikes. , 1900-1916

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Students on ponies they rode to school. , 1900-1916

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"Hitching up time" at Picadome School. , 1900-1916

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Horse-drawn Fayette County school bus. , 1900-1916

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Students and horse-drawn bus that operated in Chilesburg district. , 1900-1916

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Early motor bus carrying students to school. , 1900-1916

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Miss Belle McCubbing, right, with Picadome Montessori students and Mrs. Nannie Faulconer, standing. , 1900-1916

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Students in physical culture class. , 1900-1916

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Locust Grave students and Mrs. Nannie Faulconer with seed corn. , 1900-1916

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Picadome high school boys and Mrs. Nannie Faulconer with seed corn and potatoes. , 1900-1916

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Athens girls in cooking class , 1900-1916

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Picadome girls in domestic science class. , 1900-1916

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Students in cooking laboratory. , 1900-1916

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Picadome girls admire their handiwork. One is Mrs. Marjorie (Weeks) Karsner. , 1900-1916

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Handwork display by Picadome students. Sign reads "Work by students of Fayette County rural school No. 19. Belle McCubbing, teacher." , 1900-1916

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Fayette County school fair exhibit at the courthouse (Mrs. Nannie Faulconer is holding telephone). , 1900-1916

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Bluegrass Child Posters on display outside school fair exhibits. , 1900-1916

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Shuck mats made and sold by Land school students for Belgian relief during World War I. , 1900-1916

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Manual training shop students at Athens School. , 1900-1916

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Picadome manual training students display work with Mrs. Nannie Faulconer, in white, Miss. Margaret McCubbing and instructor Oriville Croder. , 1900-1916

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Picadome manual training students display tools, with Miss Margaret McCubbing. , 1900-1916

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Kitchen help preparing soup from a converted cloak room at Loradale School. , 1900-1916

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Land donated by Dr. Sprague for a school garden. , 1900-1916

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Students at Faulconer school working in the garden. , 1900-1916

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Students working in the garden. , 1900-1916

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Female student hoeing the garden. , 1900-1916

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Locust Grove student in front of school and kitchen addition with Ms. Nannie Faulconer, Dr. F.C. Button, rural school supervisor, and teacher, Miss Grace Yocum. , 1900-1916

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Students in Locust Grove kitchen with Mrs. Nannie Faulconer and teacher, Miss Grace Yocum. Kitchen with results of kitchen shower given for the school. , 1900-1916

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Students in soup line outside Cave Springs School with Miss Rose Wurtele, teacher. , 1900-1916

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At Elmendorf school Miss Ella Ford serves soup to a student. , 1900-1916

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Loradale students receive hot soup at lunch. Miss Aubrey Burgin (Hawkins) is the teacher. , 1900-1916

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Students at Athens School display their contribution to the school's soup pot on "Onion and Potato Day." , 1900-1916

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Mrs. Nannie Faulconer with display of soup cups. , 1900-1916

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Picadome baseball players with Miss Margaret McCubbing, principle and coach. , 1900-1916

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Baseball players, including Sammy Cole, outstanding athlete and later county attorney. , 1900-1916

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Group portrait of unidentified baseball players. , 1900-1916

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Group portrait of unidentified football players. , 1900-1916

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Athens girls' basketball team. Mabel Gentry Dulin, captain, later served on the Fayette County Board of Education. , 1900-1916

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Picadome girls' basketball team with Mrs. Nannie Faulconer in white. Camilla Spain Sullivan is the coach. Miss Willie Carr is one of the players. , 1900-1916

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Group portrait of unidentified girls' basketball team. , 1900-1916

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Mrs. Sullivan at the piano with students (Mrs. Nannie Faulconer is next to the flowers). , 1900-1916

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Japanese flower fete, photographed in front of the Phoenix Hotel, was held at the Ben Ali Theater. , ca. 1913

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Eighth Grade Graduation Exercises at the Court House. , ca. 1918

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Eighth Grade Graduation Exercises at the Court House. , ca. 1913

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Students and Miss Margaret McCubbing with the American Flag. , 1900-1916

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Picadome students, who in 1916, were in the first class to graduate from a four-year high school in Fayette County: Zelma Haynes, George Jelly, and Sam Cole. , 1916

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Epoch III

Title Page, Epoch III. "Epoch III, 1916-1929. 'Our past has gone into history.'" , 1916-1929

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Exterior of school building in "Old Dogfennel District" replaced in 1916 by Russell Cave graded and high school. , 1916-1929

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Group portrait of unidentified baseball players. , 1916-1929

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Portrait of Professor George M. Barker of the College of Education, University of Kentucky, who became County Superintendent in 1921. , 1916-1929

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Circulating library housed in the County Superintendent's office. , 1916-1929

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Replies from Gene Stratton Porter, Zane Grey, James Lane Allen, Irvin S. Cobb, and Booth Tarkington to request, from students, for autographed copies of their books for the library. , 1916-1929

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Portrait of Mrs. R.E. Tipton who helped found the Fayette Community Council in 1920. The Council organized Parent-Teacher Associations. , 1916-1929

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Portrait of Miss Jessie O. Yancey who formed a county P.T.A. Council in 1924. , 1916-1929

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A summer roundup of preschool children. , 1916-1929

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Health group, including Logan Gragg Jr. and Elizabeth Gravitt on the right. , 1916-1929

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Group portrait of the Athens School Chorus, 1924, with Miss Kinnaird Hart, teacher. , 1924

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Portrait of Miss Mattie Dalton who became County Superintendent in 1925. , 1916-1929

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Notice of election on transportation tax in Russell Cave District. , 1916-1929

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Group portrait of the Fayette County Teachers' Association in April, 1941. , April, 1941

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Exterior of Picadome High School, begun in 1924. , 1916-1929

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Exterior view of Linlee Junior-Senior High School, begun in 1927. , 1916-1929

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Exterior view of Russell Cave Graded and High School, built after 1927. , 1916-1929

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Exterior view of new Athens High School, built in 1928. , 1916-1929

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Exterior view of old Athens school, remodeled for elementary grades. , 1916-1929

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Epoch IV

Title Slide, "Epoch IV, 1929-1941. 'We read the past by the light of the present.'" , 1929-1941

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Portrait of Col. D.Y. Dunn. , 1929-1941

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Exterior view of Bryan Station, built on Eastin Road in 1933. , 1929-1941

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Exterior view of Shelby School, built in 1934. , 1929-1941

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Exterior view of the Briar Hill building, built in 1934. , 1929-1941

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Exterior view of Kenwick School, built in 1936. , 1929-1941

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Exterior view of Walnut Hill School with students standing outside. , 1929-1941

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Group portrait of unidentified students. , 1929-1941

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McDowell School students with Mrs. Alma Pryor, teacher. , 1929-1941

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Wolf Run School students with Mrs. Mildered Oats, teacher. , 1929-1941

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Exterior view of Lafayette High School. , 1929-1941

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A student undergoes a school health examination. , 1929-1941

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Dr. Caywood administers a dental examination to a student. , 1929-1941

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A student receives a throat examination. , 1929-1941

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Students receive immunizations as a part of the public health program. , 1929-1941

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Elementary school students at play. , 1929-1941

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Elementary school students in the classroom. , 1929-1941

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Elementary school students ready for a field trip. , 1929-1941

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Elementary school students in classroom with United States map. , 1929-1941

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Elementary school students in classroom with Kentucky history projects. , 1929-1941

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Elementary school students in international costume. , 1929-1941

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Elementary school students in classroom. , 1929-1941

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Elementary school students in classroom. , 1929-1941

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Elementary school students on stage in costume. , 1929-1941

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Elementary school students in classroom doing studies. , 1929-1941

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Elementary school students at the student store. , 1929-1941

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Elementary school students in reading class. , 1929-1941

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Elementary school students in the library. , 1929-1941

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Elementary school students outdoors. , 1929-1941

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Science displays in an elementary school classroom. , 1929-1941

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Elementary school students planting a tree. , 1929-1941

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Junior High school students eighth grade graduation. , 1929-1941

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Junior High school students in classroom with girl reading aloud. , 1929-1941

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Junior High school students in classroom. , 1929-1941

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Junior High school students at work on newspaper. , 1929-1941

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Junior High school students in library. , 1929-1941

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Junior High school students building a model airplane. , 1929-1941

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Senior High School Students. , 1929-1941

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Senior High School Students in literature class. , 1929-1941

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Senior High School students in school library. , 1929-1941

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Senior High School students in English class (posed). , 1929-1941

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Senior High School students in journalism class. , 1929-1941

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Senior High School students in advanced arithmetic. , 1929-1941

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Senior High School students in geometry class. , 1929-1941

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Senior High School student using a microscope. , 1929-1941

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Senior High School students planting a tree. , 1929-1941

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Senior High School students in chemistry lab. , 1929-1941

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Senior High School students looking at a map. , 1929-1941

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Senior High School students at Natural Bridge. , 1929-1941

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Senior High School students at "Frozen Falls" on Elk Lick Creek, Fayette County. , 1929-1941

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Senior High School cast of a senior play. , 1929-1941

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Senior High School students studying make-up in preparation for dramatic presentations. , 1929-1941

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Senior High School students rehearsing Shakespeare's "Midsummer Night's Dream." , 1929-1941

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Senior High School debate team of Athens and Lafayette in 1941. , 1941

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Senior High School students in U.S. History class. , 1929-1941

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Senior High School student presenting flowers to Miss Margaret McCubbing. , 1929-1941

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Senior High School students at celebration of 60th anniversary of work of young girls in Y.W.C.A. in the United States. , 1929-1941

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Senior High School Hi-Y members with flags group purchased for school. , 1929-1941

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Student working in store. , 1929-1941

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Student working in suit store. , 1929-1941

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Student working behind counter in store. , 1929-1941

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Student receives classroom training on the cash register. , 1929-1941

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Students in Athens decorate teachers' room. , 1929-1941

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Student and teacher in rock garden. , 1929-1941

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Butcher demonstrating meat cuts to students. , 1929-1941

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Girls at close of summer's work. , 1929-1941

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Adults eating in the homemaking department. , 1929-1941

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Cafeteria workers prepare food in Lafayette kitchen. , 1929-1941

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Officers of Future Farmers of America (F.F.A.). , 1929-1941

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Future Farmers of America (F.F.A). float entered in tobacco carnival parade in Lexington in 1939. , 1939

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Fayette County Future Farmers of America (F.F.A.) and prize-winning animals at the 1940 Kentucky State Fair. , 1940

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Group portrait of state-winning Fayette County Future Farmers of America (F.F.A.) Chapter in 1940. , 1940

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Student and supervisor with machinery. , 1929-1941

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Students working on automobile. , 1929-1941

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Student with electrical wiring. , 1929-1941

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Student operating radio station W9EBG. , 1929-1941

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Student welding. , 1929-1941

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Picadome second grade puppet show. Poster reads "The Wizard of Oz. Presented by Miss Evans 2nd Grade." , 1929-1941

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Kenwick students painting a mural. , 1929-1941

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Group portrait of Bryan Station Boys' Chorus. , 1929-1941

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Group portrait of Bryan Station junior high school chorus. , 1929-1941

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Group portrait of Athens chorus. , 1929-1941

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Lafayette Choir. , 1929-1941

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Athens small ensemble. , 1929-1941

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Picadome operetta. , 1929-1941

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Bryan Station Boys. , 1929-1941

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Lafayette "Ali Baba." , 1929-1941

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Bryan Station girls. , 1929-1941

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Lafayette "Chimes of Norway." , 1929-1941

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Linlee Toy Band. , 1929-1941

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Kenwick Saxette Band. , 1929-1941

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Bryan Station string group. , 1929-1941

  • Box 11, item 349
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Musical instruments. , 1929-1941

  • Box 11, item 350
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Lafayette Junior String Ensemble. , 1929-1941

  • Box 11, item 351
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Lafayette Senior String Ensemble. , 1929-1941

  • Box 11, item 352
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Unidentified High School band. , 1929-1941

  • Box 11, item 353
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Marching Band formation. , 1929-1941

  • Box 11, item 354
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Girls' Physical Education: Archery. , 1929-1941

  • Box 11, item 355
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Girls' Physical Education Pyramid (small). , 1929-1941

  • Box 11, item 356
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Girls' Physical Education: Pyramid (large). , 1929-1941

  • Box 11, item 357
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Lafayette cheerleaders, cheering. , 1929-1941

  • Box 11, item 358
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Lafayette Cheerleaders, group portrait. , 1929-1941

  • Box 11, item 359
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Speaker at Pep Club Banquet. , 1929-1941

  • Box 11, item 360
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Student with enlarger. , 1929-1941

  • Box 11, item 361
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Student with camera. , 1929-1941

  • Box 11, item 362
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