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Wellington High School, sewing room-domestic arts

Description: Photograph of the domestic arts room at Wellington High School in Wellington, Texas. The room has a wooden floor and wooden cabinets containing doors and drawers of various sizes on one wall. Long wooden tables are arranged on one side of the room, with a row of desks on the other side. On the wall on the right is a blackboard. The architect for this school building was Guy A. Carlander.
Date: February 1929
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

Wellington High School corridor, second floor

Description: Photograph of a second floor corridor in the Wellington High School building in Wellington, Texas. Lockers are mounted on both sides of the hallway, and several doors are visible. Decorative brick covers the lower portion of the hallway walls. Ceiling-mounted light fixtures are spaced along the corridor. The architect for this building was Guy A. Carlander.
Date: February 1929
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

Wellington High School, Wellington, Texas

Description: Photograph of a science classroom in the Wellington High School building in Wellington, Texas. Single-piece student desks are attached to the floor. A larger desk is at the front of the room, partially covered by books and papers. A lab sink and faucet are at one end of the desk, and a lab burner is attached to a gas jet on the desk. To one side of the desk is a wooden barrel with a glass aquarium sitting upon it. Part of a wooden cabinet is visible at the front of the room. Behind the teacher's desk an open doorway leads into another room. A chalkboard is mounted at the front of the room, and against the wall to the right is a stand on which large paper documents are held. The architect for this school building was Guy A. Carlander.
Date: February 1929
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

Wellington High School, Wellington, Texas

Description: Photograph of a newly built high school in Wellington, Texas. The two-story brick building features Gothic-style stone ornamentation on the front fa├žade and parapet. Pointed arch windows are above and on either side of the entryway. The architect of the building was Guy A. Carlander.
Date: 1929
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

Wellington High School, Wellington, Texas

Description: Photograph of the auditorium at Wellington High School in Wellington, Texas. The auditorium features wooden-backed seats with armrests. The stage curtains are partially open, revealing what appears to be a stage set. Windows are visible in the wall at the left, and a set of steps leads from the auditorium floor to the left side of the stage. Light fixtures are suspended from the ceiling throughout the room. A few wooden chairs are scattered in the area between the auditorium seats and the stage. The architect of this school building was Guy A. Carlander.
Date: February 1929
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

Wellington High School, auditorium, gym & stage combined

Description: Photograph of the auditorium/gymnasium at Wellington High School, looking from the floor of the auditorium toward the stage. Rows of wooden-backed seats with armrests face the stage. Light fixtures are suspended from the ceiling over the seating area. A movable partition and curtains are at the front of the stage area. A basketball hoop and backboard are visible at one end of the stage area. The architect of the building was Guy A. Carlander.
Date: February 1929
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

Wellington High School, commercial department

Description: Photograph of a classroom in the Wellington High School building. Flat-topped wooden desks and matching chairs are arranged in the room, with a larger desk at the front, below a chalkboard. A second classroom is visible through windows in a partition separating the rooms. The architect for the building was Guy A. Carlander.
Date: March 12, 1929
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

Seniors of '29 on fishing trip

Description: Photograph of West Texas State Teachers College students on a fishing trip, probably at Buffalo Lake, in western Randall County, Texas. Two men, each wearing sweaters with college insignia, are standing on the lake shore, the man on the left, T.H. McDonald, is holding a fishing rod with a fish at the end of his line, another man holds the fish. In the background, two men and three women are seated in a small rowboat, a few feet from the shore. The man in the white shirt is identified as Frank Barnes
Date: 1929~
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

White Deer Gym, Oct. 1929

Description: Photograph of the newly built school gymnasium in White Deer,Texas. The facade of the brick building features windows on two levels, and a doorway to the right of center, surrounded by a decorative arch. Lumber and other construction debris are visible in the foreground.
Date: October 1929
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

White Deer Gym, Oct. 1929

Description: Photograph of one facade of the school gymnasium in White Deer, Texas. A single door is the only opening in the brick building, which also features downspouts at each end.
Date: October 1929
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

White Deer Gym, Oct. 1929

Description: Photograph of the newly built brick school gymnasium in White Deer, Texas. The front facade of the two story building is seen. In the foreground is a L-shaped concrete walkway leading to the door and two sawhorses and construction debris.
Date: October 1929
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum