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Lakeview School, Armstrong Co., Tex., 3-5-14

Description: Photograph of a small group of adults and children posed in front of the Lakeview School in Armstrong County, Texas. The wooden frame school building has a pitched roof and a double-door entryway flanked by windows. Projecting from each side of this section of the building are wings. The people stand in a loose group in the entryway, with others seated on the step and on the ground. A note on the reverse reads, "Lakeview - nine miles from town - A two-teacher school which is the centre of neighborhood interests."
Date: March 5, 1914
Creator: Carr
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

Fairview School, Armstrong Co., Tex.

Description: Photograph of of the Fairview School in Armstrong County, Texas. The school is a wood frame building with a pitched roof. In front of the school, students are posed in groups according to age, most seated on the ground, with a few standing. An adult male, probably a teacher, stands near the center rear of the children.
Date: November 18, 1914
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

West Texas State Normal College, Canyon, Texas

Description: Postcard featuring a halftone reproduction of a photograph of the main building of West Texas State Normal College, viewed from the front down a walkway lined with small trees. The front of the postcard also includes text in the margins showing the growth in registration from 1911 to 1913, describing the climate and altitude, and giving the date of the fourth summer session of 1914.
Date: 1914
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

Lowrey-Phillips School, University Heights, Amarillo, Texas

Description: Tinted picture postcard showing the Lowrey-Phillips School in Amarillo, Texas. The building is primarily brick, with stone accents. A flight of steps leads to the front entryway at the second level, over a half-basement. Bicycles are parked in the front of the building and a windmill is visible behind the building. On the back of the post card there is a note dated 3/10/1914 to Mrs. G. A. F. Parker, Hereford, Texas.
Date: 1914
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

Bovina, Tex., Nov. 1914

Description: Photograph of a group of students and a teacher in Bovina, Texas. The group is posed in front of a brick building, probably the school. The teacher is standing in the back row in the center. The photograph is attached to a card and beneath the picture is a handwritten note, "To mama, from John." On the back is written, "John in first grade."
Date: November 1914
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

Starting to clear away the ruins

Description: Photograph of a wagon pulled by a team of four horses, on the site of the West Texas State Normal College building. The wagon is loaded with debris left when the building was destroyed by fire in March 1914. A man driving the team is seated in the wagon, another man stands by the team, and a third man stands to one side. The damaged walls of the building are visible and the ground is strewn with rubble.
Date: 1914
Creator: Fountan, A. E.
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

West Texas State Normal College faculty and students

Description: Photograph of student members of the Guenther Literary Society and faculty advisers at West Texas State Normal College. They are posed in rows, most seated, with those in the back row standing. Those appearing in the photograph are, front row, left to right: D.A. Shirley, F.P. Guenther, Sid Reid, Clarence Bell; second row, Bert Mathis, William Younger, Earl Traylor, Clifford Brown, Francis Locke, Carl Boston; third row, Henry Starr; Clanton Reynolds, Lloyd Blake, Raymond Hurn, Robert Heatley; fourth row, Arthur King, Levi Sparks, John Mathis, Ira Allen, Max Richberg, Jeff Wallace, Grady Childress; fifth row, Earl Sparks, Sam Bond, Pearl Boston, Ira Brown, Jason Bolton, William Boston.
Date: 1914~
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum