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[Photographs of Cecil Smith Playing Polo]

Description: Photographs of a polo player riding a dark-colored horse, his left hand holding the reins, and swinging a long mallet above his head. The polo player is wearing light-colored pants, dark boots, a light-colored helmet, and a skin-tight shirt with a dark tree symbol in the center of his chest. In the background, another horse and rider are visible on the wide, grassy field, and even further in the background, a raised stand is just visible. The two photos are arranged one above the other on a piece of paper, which has the name "Cecil Smith" printed on it.
Date: unknown
Partner: Patrick Heath Public Library

[Photographs of Metropolitan Saloon]

Description: Two photographs, the same image in different sizes, attached to a piece of paper with information about the photos printed on it. The photographs depict a large two-story high building with the words "Metropolitan Saloon," painted on the front. A tractor, two wagons packed with furniture, and a buggy drawn by two horses are parked in the street in front of the building. A man in a large hat is walking beside the large wheel of the tractor. A smaller building, sits across a street on the left side of the building.
Date: unknown
Partner: Patrick Heath Public Library

[Photographs of Young Students]

Description: Photographs of students and their teacher posing as a group in front of a brick building. A handwritten note on the back of the photos identifies the teacher as Mittyleene Matthews and two of the students as Lois S. Crooke and Lillian O'Brien.
Date: unknown
Partner: Montgomery County Memorial Library

[PHS Athletes]

Description: The track team is featured in the 1955 Pemberton High School yearbook. The caption is "Candidates for 1955 Pemberton High School Track Team look on while Coach W. M. Reed explains baton passing to Charles Fisher. Below are the words, "Autographs of Sport Celebrities," with a pair of fingers making the victory sign.
Date: unknown
Partner: Marshall Public Library

[PHS Baseball Team]

Description: The Pemberton High School Panthers baseball team is featured in this two-page yearbook spread. Names of individuals are illegible. At top left the 28-member squad is shown in uniform with a trophy. At top center the text summarizes the season in which the Panthers captured the district crown. At top right are three contributing batters and at bottom right are two pitchers. The coach's image is at bottom center. To the left is the district schedule. At bottom left are more sluggers and the catcher.
Date: unknown
Partner: Marshall Public Library

[PHS Basketball Team]

Description: The basketball team was a feature of the 1964-65 Pemberton High School yearbook in Marshall. At the top of the page, there is an action photo. The text to the left relates the highlights of the season. The bottom photo is the team photo. They were coached by Coach Broach.
Date: unknown
Partner: Marshall Public Library

[PHS Basketball Team]

Description: The Pemberton High School basketball team is featured in three photos on a yearbook page. The top photo shows the entire team with their trainers and Coach C. H. Broach. Pictures below highlight two players whose names do not show.
Date: unknown
Partner: Marshall Public Library

[PHS Basketball Teams]

Description: On this yearbook page, the girls' basketball team and the boys' junior varisty basketball team were featured. The boys' coach is not named. The girls' coach was Mildred McNeal. The athletes are not identified. The setting is the school gym. Students are dressed in uniforms.
Date: unknown
Partner: Marshall Public Library

[PHS Cheerleaders]

Description: The Pemberton High School cheerleading squad is shown in action in this yearbook photo. The location appears to be the school gym. PHS was located in Marshall. It ceased to be a four-year school in 1970 and closed permanently in 1988.
Date: unknown
Partner: Marshall Public Library

[PHS Concert Band]

Description: The 1965 Pemberton High School Concert Band is shown in this yearbook photo. The names are illegible in the photo, but are given at bottom right. At bottom left, the text tells of the band's activities and function. Students are shown in uniform in stage formation. They include players, twirlers, and drum majors. The director is unknown.
Date: unknown
Partner: Marshall Public Library

[PHS Drill Team]

Description: The Pemberton High School drill team is featured on this yearbook page. Identification of the members and name of their team does not show. There are twenty girls wearing uniforms with cowgirl hats and white boots.
Date: unknown
Partner: Marshall Public Library

[PHS Esquires]

Description: The Esquires club at Pemberton High School in Marshall was a service organization that also had the purpose of developing cultural and social skills in the young men. Two groups of unidentified men are shown in the two photos. In the center are pictures of the officers and the sponsor, Mr. Anderson.
Date: unknown
Partner: Marshall Public Library

[PHS Football Team]

Description: The 1964 football squad is shown in the top photo of this Pemberton High School yearbook page. Three coaches' pictures are shown below. They are not identified. A description of the season standings is at bottom center.
Date: unknown
Partner: Marshall Public Library

[PHS Hall of Fame Honorees]

Description: Two Hall of Fame students are featured on this Pemberton High School yearbook page. The text at top explains that election to this honor was by faculty and students. Eligibility was not based on grades along but included service to the school and qualities of character. This academic year, William Moody and Marilyn Williams were selected. Text below their names lists their involvement in school activities.
Date: unknown
Partner: Marshall Public Library

[PHS Hallway]

Description: The long front hallway at Pemberton High School is shown in a yearbook. Pemberton was a traditionally African-American school before integration. Three students are shown at center by the short hall leading to the front door of the school. Also at front left are the doors to the main offices. At right is the auditorium. Stairs lead to a loft above. Pemberton became a ninth grade school in 1970. Grades 10-12 merged with Marshall High School. In 1988 the ninth grade moved to MHS and the Pemberton campus was sold to Wiley College.
Date: unknown
Partner: Marshall Public Library

[PHS Homecoming Court]

Description: Four young ladies were nominated to the annual homecoming court in 1964. They were featured in the Pemberton High Scool yearbook 1964-65. Four students are shown dressed in daytime formal wear.
Date: unknown
Partner: Marshall Public Library

[PHS Honored Alumni]

Description: These alumni were honored at homecoming for loyalty to their alma mater, Pemberton High School in Marshall. They are unidentified. The woman carries a spray of flowers and wears a banner saying, "Miss Alumnus." A small picture at lower left appears to be a banquet scene.
Date: unknown
Partner: Marshall Public Library