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Gone but Not Forgotten: the Last Schools of Topeka Shawnee County Historical Society Bulletin No. 67, Fitzgerald, Daniel (Ed)

Author Name    Fitzgerald, Daniel (Ed)

Title   Gone but Not Forgotten: the Last Schools of Topeka Shawnee County Historical Society Bulletin No. 67

Binding   Softcover

Book Condition   Very Good

Publisher   Topeka The Shawnee County Historical Society 1990

Seller ID   3119

Multiple copies available. Most copies show only light wear. Most copies are reprints (please contact us if you are seeking a first edition) The copy you receive will be the best we have remaining, we will contact you prior to shipping a copy in less than Very Good condition, with marking, damage, etc. ; Foreword, The First 100 Years of Topeka Schools, 1854-1954 – Introduction – The Beginnings: 1854-1870 – The Board of Education-Its Organization – Topeka Teachers – Principals in Topeka Schools – Professional Organizations: Principals’ Club, Parent-Teacher Association, Topeka Teachers Association, Topeka High School Guild, Topeka Grade Teachers’ Club, Retired Teachers – Census and Attendance in Topeka Public Schools – Black Schools, Pupils and Teachers – The High Schools: Sixty Years of Topeka High School, Washburn Rural High School – The Junior High/Middle Schools: Boswell, Capper, Crane, Curtis, East Topeka, Holliday, Landon, Roosevelt – Elementary Schools: Branner, Branner Annex, Buchanan, Central Park, Clay, College Hill, Dawson, Douglas, Euclid, Gage Park, Garfield, Grant, Harrison, Lafayette, Lane, Langston, Liberty, Lincoln, Lowman Hill, Madison, McKinley, Monroe, Nickel Plate, Oakland, Parkdale, Pierce, Polk, Potwin, Quinton Heights, Quincy, Rice, Seabrook, Sheldon, Southern Hills, State Street, Sumner, Sunnyside, Van Buren, Washburn, Washington – Miscellaneous Services and Schools: Topeka Night School, The Kindergarten, Special Classes, Home-Bound Children, The Health Schools – Appendix 1: Board of Education Membership, 1867-1954 – Appendix 2: Topeka and Her Schools, from The Kansas Teacher, October 1929 – Appendix 3: Sample Course of Study in Topeka Schools, 1920; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 123 pages

Price = 20.00 USD



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