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Canyon City Public School

Description: Photograph of the Canyon City Public School. It is a two story brick building with a covered front entry and a frame bell tower. The chimney at one side of the building features a stepped facade above the eaves.
Date: [190u]
Creator: Lusby, Maidens Stennett
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

[Lakeside School]

Description: Photograph of Lakeside School, located five miles north of Canyon, Texas. The front facade and one side of the frame building are visible. It is enclosed by a wooden fence, and outbuildings are visible in the background. The name of the school and school district number appear on the porch over the front entrance.
Date: unknown
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

[Corlena Public School]

Description: Photograph of a one-story stone school building with four men and a woman standing in the front doorway. A sign identifying the school is over the door. Another building is visible in the distance.
Date: unknown
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

[Clarendon schools]

Description: Photograph of Clarendon, Texas school buildings. The three-story building in the foreground served as a junior high school when constructed. It is built of brick and has a decorative parapet, with other decorative elements on the front fa├žade. Part of the high school building, built in a similar style, is visible in the background.
Date: [1922~]
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

High School, Childress, Texas

Description: Photograph of the newly built Childress High School in 1926. The building is 2-story brick, has a front entry with three decorative arched windows, and has two white columns on each side of the front door. There is a flagpole in front of the building. A dirt road is parallel to the front of the building. On the side of the building there is an arched doorway.
Date: 1926
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

[Amarillo High School]

Description: Photograph of Amarillo High School in Amarillo, Texas. The front facade of the three-story brick building is shown. One mature tree and three saplings line the street in front of the building. A windmill and a residence are visible in the right background.
Date: 192u
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

Llano School

Description: Photograph of Llano community school in Armstrong County, Texas. The school is a large square wood frame building with a covered entryway. A small outbuilding is nearby and displays a sign that reads "Llano School, District No. 5." An automobile is parked between the school and the outbuilding and another vehicle is visible on the other side of the outbuilding. A small group of men stand near the side of the school building. On the back of the photograph is written, "Picture property of Laura Hamner, Claude, Tex."
Date: 191u
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

Catalogue

Description: Catalog containing a school calendar, rules and regulations, curriculum, administration, faculty and list of students for the primary college-level school.
Date: [1900]
Creator: Clarendon College and University Training School
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

[Canyon High School 1907 graduating class]

Description: Photograph of the 1907 class of Canyon High School, consisting of two men and four women The graduates are posed before a studio backdrop. The four women, all dressed in white, are seated in a row, each holding a rolled document tied with a ribbon. The two men are standing behind them and are dressed in suits and ties.
Date: 1907
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

C.B.A. Alumni

Description: A printed invitation from the faculty of the Canadian Academy to alumni, to an event to be held at the school on February 17, 1912. Alumni, current seniors, and faculty are listed.
Date: 1912
Creator: Canadian Academy (Canadian, Tex.)
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

Public school, Dalhart, Texas

Description: Photograph of Dalhart school building in Dalhart, Texas. This three-story building is built primarily of brick. The brick is used in many decorative ways on the walls of the building. The pitched roof has a dormer window at the front of the building above the entry and decorative eaves. On the side of the building is a stairway leading to a small covered entryway. On the same side is a cylindrical fire escape leading to the second floor. Photograph is printed as a post card
Date: 191u
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum