1902 Noblesville High School Graduates
Another stumbling block to identifcation is the lack of a 1902 Noblesville High School Annual. Neither the Historical Society or the Noblesville Southeastern Library has a copy.
If you have a copy of this annual, we would like to borrow it to identify the rest of the pictures. If you had relatives that graduated that year, we would appreciate any help you can give us. The picture is on display at the Hamilton County Historical Museum in the old Jail on the public square. It can be viewed between 10AM-4PM on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Please help us give names to these graduates.
Below is a list of the graduates, with those that have been identified marked with the letters ID. If it show ID?, that means we are not sure it is the correct person
|Jennie Aldred||?||Clara Austin||?|
|Worth Brehm||ID||Earl Brooks||ID|
|Harry Brown||ID||Virgil Burnau||?|
|Jean Clark||?||Flossie Earl||?|
|Rosa Elmerick||?||W. Essington||ID|
|Roswell Farley||?||Bertha Helms||?|
|Edward Heuse||ID||Aldis Hutchens||ID|
|Elmer Kepner||ID||Herman McDonald||?|
|Stella Meisse||?||Grace Miller||?|
|Fannie Nagle||ID?||George Palmer||?|
|Rura Roberts||ID||Albert Schmollinger||ID|
|Harry Scovell||ID||Tom Stanley||?|
|Ethel Stevenson||ID||Lola Vance||ID|
Also in this picture are at least three teachers, Adelaide Smith-ID, F. E. Fitzpatrick-ID? and Maud Taylor-ID.
This class graduated at the Wild Opera House, with music by the Craycraft Orchestra. (Per news article, Noblesville Democrat, Vol. 28, 5/23/1902, Page 1) They also lost three students, R.E. Hines, who died 9/17/1901, Ed. Holleran, died 12/26/1900 and Franke Fryberger, died 12/29/1899.