Village School Students, St. Albans, ca. 1903

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Village School Students, St. Albans, ca. 1903

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The photograph is of the St. Albans Village School students from the 1903 to 1904 school year.

The Village School was originally constructed in 1832. It burned in 1843, was replaced in 1846, burned again in the late 1870s. rebuilt again in 1883. It also served as a free high school until approximately 1912, an important factor for those unable to attend an instruction of higher grade.

The students pictured in this photograph are:

Back Row, left to right: Gladys Bigelow, Ben Bowman, Carrie Goodwin, Ola Parker, Ethel Moore, Winslow Brigham, and Teacher Vivian Laughton (James).

Second Row, left to right: Louis Wright, Clyde Cook, Elsie Frost, Clyne Bigelow, Ella Ray, Stella Emery, and Herman Parker.

Third Row, left to right: Leon Turner, unidentified, Arthur Moore, Glenn Hanson, Earl Patten.

Fourth Row, left to right: Marian Emery, Mary Hanson, unidentified, Earl Robertson, Carroll Patten, Vivian Bigelow, Homer Ray, Helen Hanson, and Thelma Worthen.

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  • Title: Village School Students, St. Albans, ca. 1903
  • Creation Date: circa 1903
  • Subject Date: circa 1903
  • Location: St. Albans, Somerset County, ME
  • Media: Photographic print
  • Dimensions: 12.32 cm x 14.61 cm
  • Object Type: Image

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St. Albans Historical Society
7 Water St, St. Albans, ME 04971
(207) 938-2947

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