Schools

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SF2, D2, Folder 31

  • Schools, "C"

  • Calloway School

    • "Alabama's last one room schoolhouse", Livingston Life, April 11, 1977

    • Calloway School, "Blue Back spellers and peach tree switches", Home Record, July 4, 1979

    • "Calloway School Building", Spratt's History of Livingston

    • Diagram of Callaway School

    • Professor Calloway

  • Cokes Chapel School, first consolidated school in Alabama

    • "Alamucha School established in 1841, renamed Cokes Chapel School in 1912"

    • "Cokes Chapel News", Cuba Advertiser, September 28, 1910

    • "Fourth of July reunion for former students and teachers at old Cokes Chapel School next Thursday"

    • Picture 

  • Cuba Institute

    • Write up and picture, no date

  • Cuba State Secondary Agricultural High School

    • Picture of class of 1919 at about age 6

    • Football team picture, 1927

    • Junior High Students, 1929-30

    • School wagon pulled by mule, 1913

    • SSAHS class, 1928-29

    • Seniors, 1928-29

SF2, D2, Folder 32

  • Schools: Early Schools of Sumter County

  • "Early Schools of Sumter County", compiled by Jud K. Arrington

    • Arithmetic School

    • Brewersville Male and Female Academy

    • Cedar Lawn Academy

    • Classical and English School

    • English School

    • Female School

    • Gainesville Collegiate Female Institute

    • Gainesville Male Academy

    • Gaston Institute

    • Gaston Male and Female Seminary

    • Jameston Academy

    • Livingston Academy

    • Livingston Female Seminary

    • Livingston Male Academy

    • Male School

    • Melancthan Male and Female Institute

    • Mount Moriah Academy

    • Pine Hill Female Academy

    • Select English and Classical School

    • South Sumter Academy

    • Sumterville Female Academy

    • Sumterville Male Academy

    • Union Academy

    • West Alabama Military Institute

    • Wright's Female Seminary

SF2, D2, Folder 33

  • Schools: Livingston College

  • Bulletin, State Teachers College, 1937, announcements for summer quarter

  • "Certificate of Incorporation of Livingston Normal and Industrial School", December 21, 1917

  • "Famous Preservation Hall Jazz Band to Play at LU, Feb. 26 [1975]"

  • "Livingston State College - [President Emeritus] Dr. G.W. Brock", by Mrs. Mary Boyd Brock

  • "Livingston State Teachers College Baseball Team wins Alabama Intercollegiate Conference", Birmingham News Age Herald, May 30, 1948

  • "Livingston University - Reports of its demise were exaggerated", Home Record, October 13, 1976

  • "New Artesian Well at the State Normal", Southern Home, June 10, 1921

  • "New Orleans based Preservation Hall Jazz Band to play at BSC"

  • "Our Schools", Livingston Journal, November 11, 1892

  • "Picture of Artesian Well and Pavilion"

  • "Picture of Judd Arrington and John Neel at the Julia Tutwiler Library"

  • "Picture of new building at Alabama Normal College", December 10, 1908

  • "Preservation preserves New Orleans Spirit in Jazz Concert at LU"

  • "[State Teachers College]", untitled, no source, no author, no date

  • "Sumter County Newspapers at Livingston University"

    • Cuba Advertiser

    • Gainesville Reporter

    • Gainesville Times

    • Geiger Times

    • Home Record

    • Livingston Journal

    • Our Southern Home

    • Sumter County Call

    • Sumter County Journal

    • Sumter County Sentinel

    • Sumter County Sun

    • Sumter Enterprise

    • York Herald

    • York Weekly Press

  • "Bernie Thompson gets Young Trophy for football and baseball", Birmingham News Age Herald, May 30, 1948

SF2, D2, Folder 34

  • Schools, "G"

  • Gainesville Male Academy", September 28, 1875

  • "Gaston Male and Female Seminary and Gaston Institute", Sumter Democrat, September 1853

  • "Geiger Public and High School first consolidated school in the state of Alabama"

  • "The Old Geiger School…restoring a memory", Linda Hager Timberlake

  • "Veteran Reunion of Gainesville Academy 1879"

SF2, D2, Folder 35

  • Schools

  • Picture of the Alabama Normal College for Girls (Livingston) graduating class of 1897, 13 women pictured

SF2, D2, Folder 36

  • Schools: Livingston Male Academy

  • Declaration of the Corporation of the Livingston Male Academy

  • SF2, D2, Folder 37

  • Schools: Millville School

  • "Millville High School [history]"

  • "Millville High School enrollment and announcement", 1894

  • "Millville High School rates of tuition", 1894

  • Picture of Millville School

  • Picture of Millville School students with names listed

SF2, D2, Folder 38

  • Schools: P

  • First Grade test results, 1943-44

  • Payneville School Register, 1932-33

  • Picture of Panola School class in 1927

  • Pine Hill Female Academy terms and tuition

SF2, D2, Folder 39

  • Schools: S

  • "Sam McDonald Consolidated School at Intercourse opens"

  • "[Scratch Hill] School House Burns"

  • Shorts School in the 1890's

  • "Sumter Academy Girls continue their Alabama [basketball] successes", Marty Stamper, Meridian Star

  • "Sumterville Female Academy terms and tuition", 1854

  • "Sumterville Male and Female Academy Commencement Exercises", circa 1869

SF2, D2, Folder 40

  • Schools: State Teachers College

  • History of State Teachers College manuscript beginning with in 1881 Miss Julia Tutwiler was made principal

SF2, D2, Folder 41

  • Schools: Sumter County

  • Agreement between a teacher, Patton, and a township that the teacher will teach a supplementary school, 1883

  • Early Schools of Sumter, Julia Killingsworth

  • Receipts from the superintendent to the township from the educational fund, 1866

  • Schools of Sumter County, 1926-27

    • Accredited (Geiger and Ward)

    • Agricultural

    • County High

    • Normal

    • Unaccredited

  • Sumter County School News, April 23, 1938

  • York Academy Roll, 1904-05

SF2, D2, Folder 42

  • Schools: W

  • Picture of students and teacher at the Wolf School near York about 1906

  • "Students attending Ward High School" article and picture of 5th and 6th grade class, 1936-37

SF2, D2, Folder 43

  • Schools: Y

  • Picture of an elementary grade class at York, 1928 or 29

  • "York Academy"

    • "York School Closes", York Herald, May 18, 1911

    • "[High School Commissioners] will visit Sumter County", York Herald, June 29, 1911

    • "Will locate the County High Schools soon", York Herald, July 13, 1911

    • "High School commission will visit Sumter", York Herald, July 27, 1911

    • "Sumter County High School", York Herald, August 11, 1911

    • "High School Commission Here", Our Southern Home, August 2, 1911
       "York wins county high school", Our Southern Home, August 9, 1911
      "High School has opened", York Herald, September 11, 1911

    • "Rumor is unfounded - County High School will stay at York", York Herald, November 2, 1911

    • "Notice to contractors to build Sumter County High School", York Herald, December 14, 1911

    • "Sumter County High School new building at York now completed, ready for opening", Geiger Times, August 15, 1912

    • "Picture of Sumter County High School"

    • "A gala day at York", Cuba Advertiser, August 30, 1912

    • "Opening day great occasion", Cuba Advertiser, September 13, 1912

    • "Picture of Old York School Building last used for classes in 1948-49"

  • "York Academy Roll of Honor", York Times, December 5, 1891

  • "York School", York News, September 12, 1889

  • "York Station has two schools", York Times, February 14, 1891

SF2, D2, Folder 44

  • Schools: Miscellaneous

  • Class of 1939 when they were in sixth grade

  • Class picture with individual names on back but no school name or date

  • Class picture with Principal Longshore, no school name or date

  • School picture with no names

  • More school pictures with no school names or years

  • "Gaston Institute", no source, no date

  • "Sumterville Institute", no source, no date

SF2, D2, Folder 45

  • Schools: York - Sumter County High

  • Class of 1936, 1937, 1938 reunion pictures

  • Deed from Sumter County Board of Education to the Town of York, July 2, 1949

  • Deed from Sumter County Board of Education to Walter A. Greene, June 7, 1949

  • Deed from State of Alabama to Sumter County Board of Education, May 20, 1949

  • "A gala day at York [for the opening of the Sumter County High School]", Cuba Advertiser, August 30, 1912

  • "Graduating class [of 1925] 50 years ago listing married names and who is deceased"

  • "High School commission here", Our Southern Home, August 2, 1911

  • "High School commission will visit Sumter", York Herald, July 27, 1911

  • "High School has opened…This we believe to be practical Christianity", York Herald, September 11, 1911

  • "Home economics class picture", 1924

  • "Larger enrollment for York School", 1927

  • List of deceased people, no explanation

  • "Notice contractors bids will be received for the erection of Sumter County High School", York Herald, December 14, 1911

  • "Old dormitory and lot sold", Sumter County Journal, March 18, 1954

  • "Old York School Building" article and picture, Sumter County Journal, August 13, 1953

  • "Opening day [for County High School]great occasion", Cuba Advertiser, September 13, 1912

  • Picture of whole football team squatting, 1937

  • Picture of four football players standing, County Champs 1937

  • Picture of Shorts School in the 1890's

  • Picture of school, no name, no date

  • Picture of Sumter County High School, 1916

  • Picture of Sumter County High School Wildcats Football Team, 1920's

  • Picture of Sumter County High School Wildcats Football Team, 1932-33

  • Picture of Sumter County High School basketball team, 1929

  • Senior Class picture, 1925

  • "Rumor is unfounded - County High School will stay at York", York Herald, November 2, 1911

  • "Sumter County High School", York Herald, August 11, 1911

  • "Sumter County High School - Large dormitory built adjoining", August 15, 1912

  • Sumter County High School ad, board at cost not to exceed 10 dollars, August 13, 1913

  • Sumter County High School annual promotion, 1937

  • Sumter County High School Catalogue of Students, 1914-15, Announcements for session, 1915-16

  • Sumter County High School Class Reunion Book, classes of 1936, 1937, and 1938

  • Sumter County High School YTDV Sorority picture, 1925

  • "Will locate the County High Schools soon", York Herald, July 13, 1911

  • York School class picture, 1910-11

  • "[High School Commission] Will visit Sumter County", York Herald, June 29, 1911

  • "York Development Company to sell old school building", Sumter County Journal, May 14, 1953

  • "York wins County High School", Our Southern Home, August 9, 1911