Morrill's School, Deering, ca. 1895

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Morrill's School, Deering, ca. 1895

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Students from Morrill's School in Deering in about 1895 pose with their teacher, Lucy J. Goddard, at far right in the back row.

Pictured are, back row, from left, Alfred Whidden, Everett Smith, Jamie Bodge, Harry Sawyer, Fremont Verrill, Robin Wescott, George Doughty, Bennie Cobb, James Boyce, and Goddard.

In the second to back row, from left, are Ervin Grant, Joseph Boyce, Louis Frank, George Cilley, Willie Skillings, Arthur Elgee, Arthur Cilley, Roy Scanlan, Malcolm Winslow, and Louis O'Brion.

In the second from front row, are Vernard Pelton, Winnie Pelton, Julia Barnett, Edith Boucher, Mamie Sawrey, Della Fowler, Grace Meserve, and Vera Stephenson.

In the front row are, from left, Sammie Burnell, Henry Frank, Lillian Whidden, Mandie Smith, Selia Smith, Connie Moffatt, Hattie Doughty, Bertha Andrews, and Abbie Weed.

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About This Item

  • Title: Morrill's School, Deering, ca. 1895
  • Creation Date: circa 1895
  • Subject Date: circa 1895
  • Location: Portland, Cumberland County, ME
  • Media: Photographic print
  • Dimensions: 10.8 cm x 16 cm
  • Local Code: Photographs--Portland--Schools
  • Object Type: Image

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