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First commencement program of Worthington Public Schools from the collections of the Worthington Historical Society (WHS) may be used for educational purposes as long as it is not altered in any way and proper credit is given: "Courtesy of the Worthington Historical Society, Worthington, OH." Prior written permission of the WHS is required for any other use of First commencement program of Worthington Public Schools. Contact WHS at email@example.com to request permission.
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First commencement program of Worthington Public Schools is text. Its dimensions are 5.65 in. x 3.80 in.. It is 3 pages long.
It was created on Friday, June 25, 1880.
The 1880 commencement program of Worthington Public Schools documents the graduation ceremony for Worthington's first high school graduates. Worthington School offered the first public high school and elementary classes in Worthington beginning with the 1879-1880 school year. Graduates of the class of 1880 were Mary Skeele and Nellie Wright.
Numerous students from lower classes performed at the graduation and are listed with graduation years as available: Phillip Skeele, John Hannon, Archie Tuller, John DeVault, Annie Pinney (1889), Albert Pingree (1889), Clara Anderson, George Tuller, Ida Scott (1889), Harry Smith, Hattie Griswold (1887), Grace Gilbert (1886), Lida Jackson (1884), Annie Johnson (1886), Daniel Wright (1886), Mary Griswold (1884), Ida Snouffer, Emma Scott (1881), Anna B DeVault, Mattie [Hattie] Skeele (1889), Julia L. Holt (1883), Ida Wright (1885), May G. Comstock, Mary E. Anderson, Thos. S. Brelsford, Justin Pinney, Charles Young and J.F. Wright (1881).
It features the people May G Comstock, Grace Gilbert, 1868-1945, Lida M. Jackson, 1867-, Mary Comstock Coleman (née Griswold), 1865-1943, Ida Scott, 1873-?, Anna B. DeVault, ?-?, Nellie Jane Wright, 1861-1911, Ida J. Wood (née Wright), 1868-1960, John Hannon, 1870-1942, John Henry DeVault, 1869-1942, Anne Cynthia White (née Pinney), 1871-1946, George Tuller, 1871-1904, Daniel W. Wright, 1868-1907, Harriet (Hattie) McCullough (née Griswold), 1868-1947, Phillip S. Skeele, 1868-1938, Archie Tuller, 1870-, Clara McCarley (née Anderson), 1870-1910, Harry Smith, 1870-1950, Ida May Hard Smith (née Snouffer), 1866-1965, Julia L. Nelson (née Holt), 1866-1904, Thomas S. Brelsford, 1862-1941, Charles H. Young, Jr., 1864-1952, Charles Foss, 1865-1955, Justin P. Pinney, 1872-1932, George (Bert) Albert Pingree, 1871-1914, Henriette (Hattie) Capron (née Skeele), 1870-1962, Mary Skeele, 1862-, Anna Johnson, 1869-1949, James F. Wright, 1860-1934, Emma Scott and Mary E. Anderson.
It features the organization Worthington Schools.
It covers the city Worthington.
You can find the original at Worthington Historical Society.
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The Worthington Historical Society identification code is 79-G-407a.
The Worthington Historical Society identification code is 79-G-407b.
The Worthington Historical Society identification code is 79-G-407c.
The Worthington Memory identification code is whs0864_001.
This metadata record was human prepared by Worthington Libraries on November 10, 2005. It was last updated April 21, 2021.