Photograph of Homedale School 7th and 8th Grade Students


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Photograph of Homedale School 7th and 8th Grade Students is a picture, with genre photograph. Its dimensions are 7.25 in. x 6.375 in..

It was created in 1936.

This photograph was part of an album donated to the Worthington Historical Society by Ken Storer. Students attended the 7th and 8th grades at Homedale School in Worthington Ohio. Homedale was constructed in 1924 and was one of the first two Sharon Township consolidated schools, along with Minerva Park, that were built in the 1920s when the township began eliminating the one-room schools. This school was located in the Homedale Acres subdivision on a three-acre site. It was close to High Street and served workers at the Columbus Pottery Company. The consolidated schools were the first in the township to have electricity, running water and inside toilets, and central heating.

On the back of the photograph, the following people were identified: Ross Hayslip [teacher], Tommy Trippett, Jean Trippett, Jim All, Lydia Hellmer, Joan Hudson, Bob Henry, Irma Caukins, Vara Firman, Jane Ann Huker, Marylin Henrick, Shirley Evans, Betty Brown, Billy Carson, Ruth Hoyhuare, two unidentified students, Billy Brown, Dianatha DeGraw, Billy Myers, Mary Herret, Jimmie Brundage, David Spence, three unidentified students, Betty Jean Styles, two unidentified students, Charles Styles, unidentified student, Jonny Caryle, unidentified student, Kenneth Storer, Irma Cook, and Doris Dalton.

It covers the topics students and public schools.

It features the person C. Kenneth (Ken) Storer, 1926-2018.

It covers the city Sharon Township.

You can find the original at Worthington Historical Society.

This file was reformatted digital in the format video/jpeg.

The Worthington Historical Society identification code is 2018.022.07.

The Worthington Memory identification code is whs1253.

This metadata record was human prepared by Worthington Libraries on September 20, 2021. It was last updated September 21, 2021.