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Elkhart County Sunday School Gathering at Lyon Tabernacle
Sunday Schools Attending: First Baptist Sunday School, First Evangelical Sunday School, Castle U.B. Sunday School, Zion Church Sunday School, St. Paul's Methodist Bible School, Christian Bible School (Riverside),...
Alto School in Alto, Indiana
Howard County (Ind.); School buses; School children; Schools; Horses
The small village of Alto in Howard County, founded in 1848, was home to this impressive brick school. Students and teachers are gathered for a formal photo with the school "hack" nearby. Pupil Anna M....
Broad Ripple High School Collage
Broad Ripple (Indianapolis, Ind.); Indianapolis (Ind.); Broad Ripple High School (Indianapolis, Ind.); Aerial views; School buildings; Schools --Indiana --Indianapolis
Broad Ripple High School was founded in 1886 as a two year program, adding a third year in 1887, and a fourth year by 1889. In 1896 the school building burned and was rebuilt with additional space. By...
Students and Teachers at the Quincy School, Quincy, Indiana
Owen County (Ind.); Schools; School children; School buildings; Schools--Indiana--Photographs; Students; Students--Indiana
All twelve grades, faculty, and staff are gathered in front of the Quincy School in this 1945 image. The school was built around 1909. In 1953 a fire destroyed the main building of Quincy High School,...
Lest We Forget
Daviess County (Ind.); School buildings; Educational facilities; Plainville High School (Plainville, Ind.)--Periodicals; High schools--Indiana--Plainville--Periodicals; School yearbooks--Indiana--Plainville
The first Plainville High School was erected in 1910 and commissioned as a four year institution. Its first graduating class came the following year in 1911. The building was used until 1924 when a new...
Anderson High School Wigwam
Madison County (Ind.); Sports; Basketball; Gymnasiums
The Anderson High School Wigwam was completed in 1961 and is known as "The home of the Indians." It seats approximately 8,900 people and is the second largest high school gymnasium in Indiana. It survived...
School of Informatics, Indiana University, Bloomington
Indiana University, Bloomington--Buildings; Educational facilities
In 1998 Indiana University took initial steps toward creating its first entirely new school in more than a quarter century, the School of Informatics. This school would go on to open its doors to students...
Ora Newton Lefler, Pioneer of Jefferson Township Warren, Indiana
Huntington County (Ind.); Lefler, Ora Newton, 1871-1954; School yearbooks
Ora Newton Lefler, born 1871, owned a 129 acre farm in Warren, Jefferson Township, and also worked for the Majenica Telephone Co. He is included in the 1937 issue of "The Jeffersonian" school yearbook...
Elmhurst School for Girls, Connersville, Indiana
Fayette County (Ind.); Elmhurst School for Girls (Connersville, Ind.); Mansions; Private schools; School buildings; Students
Built in 1831, Elmhurst mansion has had many roles. The estate near Connersville was home to political leaders, a station on the underground railroad, a sanatorium, an exclusive girls’ school, a military...
Clark School in Clark Township, Johnson County, Indiana
Johnson County (Ind.); School buildings; School children; Schools; Students
Students at Clark School ca. 1920. The first graded high school in the township was established in 1897. This building, with many additions, is still in use for lower grades since the advent of consolidation...
McCordsville, High School Group Photograph, McCordsville, Indiana
Hancock County (Ind.); High school students; High schools
McCordsville was laid out in the 1860s but not incorporated until 1988. The McCordsville school dates from 1902 and was the first certified high school in the county. It was one of the schools consolidated...
Lanesville, Indiana School Photograph with Teacher, Pleasant Jenkins and His Students
Harrison County (Ind.); School children; Schools; Teachers
Lanesville was laid out in 1817, but the earliest white settlers, the Penningtons, arrived in 1792. Pleasant Jenkins was a school teacher at the Lanesville School before moving to Corydon and becoming...
Second Ward School Building, in Memory of Mrs. Emma Hill Whitcomb
Clinton County (Ind.); School buildings; Schools
To meet the county's growing student populace, an elaborate Public School (later renamed Frankfort High School and Second Ward) opened in September 1874 next to a modest Civil War era "seminary" or training...
Teacher and Students at Possum Trot School, Southeast of Forest, Indiana
Clinton County (Ind.); School buildings; School children; Schools; Schools--Indiana--Photographs; Rural schools; Students; Teachers
Possum Trot School, known for its clever name, was a country school serving students around the Johnson/Forest Township line, near county roads 1380E and 550N. Photographer E. Sherman Wright captured this...
Irvington (Indianapolis, Ind.)--History; Marion County (Ind.)--History; Educational facilities; School buildings; Schools; Schools--Indiana
The town chose the French Second Empire style architecture for their public school. Located on Irving Circle Park it housed graded and high school students.
Irvington Elementary School
Irvington (Indianapolis, Ind.)--History; Marion County (Ind.)--History; Schools; School children; Schools --Indiana --Indianapolis
The town chose the French Second Empire style architecture for their public school. Located on Irving Circle Park it housed graded and high school students. Everyone was aware that Irvington’s founders...
Irvington (Indianapolis, Ind.)--History; Marion County (Ind.)--History; Butler University; Universities and colleges--Indiana--Indianapolis
In 1855, Ovid Butler donated land at 13th and College and provided funds to establish Northwestern Christian University. The neighborhood around the school developed until there was little room for growth....
UIndy schools of Physical, Occupational Therapy Enjoy National Reputations
University of Indianapolis; Universities and colleges--Indiana--Indianapolis; Universities and colleges; Physical therapy; Students; Medical personnel
The University’s reputation for health sciences continues to flourish. Its College of Health Sciences includes the nationally recognized Krannert School of Physical Therapy, founded in 1979, and the...
IHSAA Basketball State Championship Rings
Indiana High School Athletic Association; Awards; Basketball--Tournaments -Indiana; Crispus Attucks High School (Indianapolis, Ind.)
To the victor goes the spoils. Crispus Attucks High School won the rings and trophies for the Indiana state high school basketball championship in 1955, 1956, and 1959,
Daguerre Memorial Institute, Winona Lake, Ind.
Photographers; Winona Lake, (Ind.); Winona School; Photography--Study and teaching--Indiana--Winona Lake; Schools--Indiana--Winona Lake
The school began in 1922 and was better known as "The Winona School," an activity of the Photographer's Association of America. It offered classes in the use of light, the dark room, printing, retouching,...
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