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The female graduates from the Sandusky High School class of 1898, except Winifred Chapman, who was not present when the photograph was taken.

Pictured are the female graduates of Sandusky High School class of except Winifred Chapman, who was not present when the photograph was taken.

Photograph of several faculty members from the academic year 1897-1898. The only teacher that has positively been identified is E.L. Moseley, who is the man in the center.

Photograph of several faculty members from the academic year The only teacher that has positively been identified is E. Moseley, who is the man in the center.

Sandusky High School Debate Team of 1911

While at Sandusky Hi.

The Sandusky High School which now serves as Adams Junior High was built in 1869.

The Sandusky High School which now serves as Adams Junior High was built in

Howard Forrer Peirce (1865-1899) was something of a "rock star" in his native Dayton, Ohio. He studied music in Germany and Italy and toured nationally, including playing at Carnegie Hall.

Bio Sketch: Howard Forrer Peirce (1865-1899), prominent musician in Dayton, Ohio

Howard Forrer Peirce was something of a "rock star" in his native Dayton, Ohio. He studied music in Germany and Italy and toured nationally, including playing at Carnegie Hall.

Sewing Society of the First Reformed Church from the 1920s or 30s.

Sewing Society of the First Reformed Church in the or

ORIG ANTIQUE ALBUMEN PHOTO 6 PLEIN AIR PAINTERS GOTTWALD ? CLEVELAND ART CLUB ?

Orig antique albumen photo 6 plein air painters gottwald ? cleveland art club ?

Lange is pictured above with his four children and his granddaughter Cora. The four Lange children, from left to right are Emily L.

This is a great snapshot of school children during storytime - look at their faces, the teacher has their full attention. I wonder what story is being read...

This is a great snapshot of school children during storytime - look at their faces, the teacher has their full attention.

Mr. Carl J. Ruff can be seen in the center of the front row of this group photo. Mr. Ruff was an educator for forty eight years. During most of his career, he served as the head of the Mathematics department at Sandusky High School. A graduate of Baldwin Wallace College, Mr. Ruff began teaching at Sandusky High School in 1914, first as a Commercial teacher.

Carl J. Ruff was an educator for forty eight years. During most of his career, he served as the head of the Mathematics department at S.

Photographer J.W. Dietz took this picture of the 1903 Sandusky High School orchestra on the steps of the old Sandusky High School..

Dietz took this picture of the 1903 Sandusky High School orchestra on the steps of the old Sandusky High School.

St. Mary’s 1939 Basketball Team

Former newspaper reporter C. Weston Dash donated this picture of the Sandusky St. Mary’s basketball team.

Martha Jane Hunley Blackburn was the first Black woman to graduate from Ohio University. She majored in English and Literature with a minor in Home Economics and graduated with a B.S. ED. in 1916. Blackburn went on to be an educator in Ohio and West Virginia. Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium was named in honor of her and John Newton Templeton, the first African American graduate of OU. :: Ohio University Archives

Martha Jane Hunley Blackburn was the first Black woman to graduate from Ohio University. She majored in English and Literature with a minor in Home Economics and graduated with a B.S. ED. in 1916. Blackburn went on to be an educator in Ohio and West Virginia. Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium was named in honor of her and John Newton Templeton, the first African American graduate of OU. :: Ohio University Archives

The students and teacher of the District 3 School in Oxford Township were photographed by commercial photographer E. H. Schlessman  in the 1910s.

The students and teacher of the District 3 School in Oxford Township were photographed by commercial photographer E. Schlessman in the

Sarah Howard was the first African American female graduate of Sandusky High School.

Through the generous donation of local donors, the Archives Research Center of the Sandusky Library has a complete set of photographs of the.

Group photo taken at Sandusky’s American Red Cross headquarters in the 1930s or 1940s.

Group photo taken at Sandusky’s American Red Cross headquarters in the or

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