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Photograph of Lecompton High School 1924, all classes, standing outside the entrance to the stone school (formerly the Lane University building). Top row--Teachers: Mrs. Faye Winter, Mr. Shipman Winter and Miss Florence Jasperson. 2nd Row--Seniors: Franklin McClanahan, Edna Lasswell, Hazel Gray, Hugh Wingfield. 3rd Row--Juniors: Warren McCall, Earl Maust, Wilbur Hildenbrand, Martha Paslay, Margaret McCall, Thurman Tarr, Harold Foree, Elton Dark. 4th Row: Maybelle Slavens, Marie Paslay, Jennie Grauel, Ivah Glenn, Flossie McRae. 5th Row: Dorothy Baughman, Julia Shirk, Ruth Nace, Ruth Baughman, Sarah Dummer. 6th Row--Sophomores: Wilma Glenn, Frances Drake, Nellie Slavens, Edith Banks, Florence Grauel, Frank Smith, Joe Smith. 7th Row--Freshmen: David Noe, Wayne Hall, Almeda Kettering, Faye McClanahan, Grace Gray, Eldred Day, Billie Schroyer, Ellery Claar, Paul Maust, Roy Armstrong. Front Row: Harley Dark, Gerald Tarr, Kenneth Matney, Edgar Lancaster, Albert Hamlin, Frank Walter, Delmar Parrish. Funded by the National Historical Publications and Records Commission through the Kansas State Historical Records Advisory Board.

Date: 1924

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Item Number: 440748
Call Number: Lecompton Historical Society 05696
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 440748

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