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High Schools -- West Virginia

Subject Source: Local Lc

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

Barrackville High School, Yearbook "The Alpha"

Collection Number: A&M 4396
Content Description Barrackville High School yearbook "The Alpha" (1935). In addition to being a yearbook for the class of 1935, this volume also contains historical sketches. There are histories of: the class of 1935, student body presidents, Barracksville High School (1910-1935), school building, Barracksville elementary schools, first slaves in the community, churches, Bethlehem Mine No. 41, and other subjects. There are lists of teachers and graduates over many years. There are also a few photographs. ...
Dates: 1935

Blacksville High School, Yearbook "The Tattler"

Collection Number: A&M 4403
Content Description

Blacksville High School yearbook "The Tattler" (1919). Includes "large" photographs of faculty, students, and student groups; class history; humor; and other material. The town of Blacksville is located in Monongalia County, West Virginia.

Dates: 1919

Gravely and Moore Studio, Photography Business in Charleston, Negatives

Collection Number: A&M 2523
Overview Negatives and other material from the Gravely and Moore Studio of Charleston, West Virginia. The majority of items within the collection are cellulose acetate negatives; the collection also includes glass plate negatives, prints, two photograph albums, and other material, as well as a card catalog documenting business transactions with customers. The collection is organized into customer project files as established by the Studio; the contents of these files are stored in envelopes usually...
Dates: 1860s-1960s; Majority of material found within 1930-1945

Martinsburg High School Newspaper "Orange and Black Record"

Collection Number: A&M 4440
Content Description

Fourteen issues of the "Orange and Black Record", the school newspaper of Martinsburg High School, Berkeley County, West Virginia. There is a complete set of volume 31, comprising 8 monthly issues from October 1959 to May 1960, and a partially complete set of Volume 32, comprising 6 issues from October 1960 to April 1961.

These newspaper were owned by Martinsburg High School student Dorcas May Peer (married name Reimer).

Dates: 1959-1961

Rosalie Stewart Detch, Papers and Ephemera

Collection Number: A&M 3968

Papers and ephemera of Rosalie Stewart Detch, West Virginia University alumna and school teacher and administrator in Greenbrier County. Includes material regarding Detch's father John L. Stewart, her time as a student at WVU, and her career in education. Includes programs, news clippings, tickets, schedules, postcards, and photographs, among other material. See "Scope and Content Note" for further information.

Dates: 1907-1982

Triadelphia High School Newspaper "The Triadelphian"

Collection Number: A&M 4441
Content Description

Ten issues of "The Triadelphian", the school newspaper of Triadelphia High School, Wheeling, West Virginia. Also includes a Christmas issue from 1945 (printed in green ink with a red image of Santa Claus stamped on the front page) and a partially complete set of issues from March 1947 to March 1948.

Dates: 1945, 1947-1948

West Virginia Yearbooks, Publications, and Other Material

Collection Number: A&M 4345

Collection of 20th-century West Virginia-related items, primarily high school yearbooks. Also includes publications regarding radio stations and radio performers, high school football, local history, native wildlife, churches, and other subjects. See "Scope and Contents" for contents list.

Dates: 1909-2000

Wheeling High School, Commencement Book

Collection Number: A&M 4392
Content Description A book of photographs and other material commemorating the Wheeling High School Class of 1911, similar to a modern yearbook. Members of the class are documented by photo portraits and short biographical sketches. There are also photographs of student groups and a class history. The book also includes photographs of the school building and classrooms with related descriptions. The photographs were taken by George J. Kossuth, who had a studio in Wheeling, and the book was printed by the...
Dates: 1911