Description: Copy negative of a section of the Taylor Co. Yearbook. The image is of the Cooper Training School for Boys. There are a few people standing outside of the building. The building appears to be made of brick. The text surrounding the image is partially visible and reads "..property has been created, including building and grounds. An artistic two-storied building... been erected to accommodate one hundred boys...young men. The Cooper School for Boys is ... to draw the highest class of students from..." and "...in Texas, it draws its patronage from the best people that go ...positions direct from school. It makes a specialty of securing good salaried positions for trained men and women who attend and complete their educational courses as..."
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library