MORRIS SCHOOL

     Morris School was located in Falls County, and built on property donated by the Morris family. This school was also known as "Long Branch" school, because of a creek branch that ran through the property. At some point it joined with the Shields and Beulah schools to become part of the Hoolia School District #9. Morris School consisted of grades 1 through 7. The school served students in the area until sometime after the Bruceville-Eddy rural consolidated school district was formed, after which the students, who had formerly attended Morris School, began attending the Bruceville-Eddy consolidated school in nearby Eddy. Today there is nothing left to indicate where the school once stood.

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Long Branch/Morris School
Student Body-1932

Photo taken of the student body at Long Branch or Morris School, just southeast of Eddy, in Falls County, Texas. This school consisted of Grades 1 thru 7 and was located on land donated by the Morris family.

Robert L. Haddock

Long Branch/Morris School
Student Body-1932
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Duplicate copy of Long Branch/Morris School photo, taken in 1932, with students linked by their assigned number to associated list of names.

Long Branch Student List

Robert L. Haddock

   


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