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Salem School 1890's

Contributed by Glenn Thoming:

Mom (Cora Thoming) had no date for this picture.  I quote, “To the far left is Miss Josie Hamilton, who taught Salem several years in the 1890s.

Pupils are:
Back Row, John Collins, Will Enloe, Harvey Hendrickson, Charles McCallister, Bertha Jahn, Mamie Weatherford, Rosie Phillips, Luella McCallister, Fannie and Ethel Weatherford, Edith Stevens, and Ellen Reed.

Second Row, Orlando Hendrickson, Henry Jahn, Ira Enloe, Maleta Enloe, (Addie Enloe, a visitor in front of Maleta), Eliza Stevens, Victoria Weatherford, Florence McGill, Anne Weatherford, Maude Enloe, Salina Smith, and Edith Collins. 

Third Row, Margaret Jahn, Augusta Jahn (or Eva Enloe), Alice Willis, Katie Graham, Ida Stevens, Pearl Roussin, Ethel McCallister, Laura Roussin, Lucy Reed, Lizzie Stevens, Nora Roussin, Bertha Giard, and a visitor, Sadie Collins. 

Front Row, Otis Giard, Charley Collins, Leonard Reed, Lawrence Roussin, William Schlipp, Ed Jahn, Henry Kamper, Arthur Jahn, George Pickles, Ben Reed, and Louis Pickles. 

This photograph was gleaned from a newspaper clipping and is, therefore, of poor quality. If anyone has an original, please let us know.


This page was last updated Tuesday February 21, 2012 .

  Sue Blesi, Franklin County Coordinator, Missouri USGenWeb Project


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