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1992-232.533
A photo of Bugsville art project in Glendale lobby.

1992-232.211
A black and white photo of Glendale High. Larry Dixon, Jack Cole and Ken Kraft.

1992-232.520
A photo of Glendale students decorating windows with 12 Days of Christmas theme.

1992-232.230
A black and white photo of Glendale high school board meeting.

1992-232.755
A photo of Jerry Adams of KYTV at Glendale High interviewing students.

1992-232.1129
A photo of Glendale coaches: Jack Roberts, Ed Baker and Lyle Middleton.

1992-232.712
A photo of Glendale High damaged by a storm.

1992-232.210
A black and white photo of Glendale High board of education: Bill Hart, Mary Pilant and Roseamme Bentley.

1992-232.103
A black and white photo of a group of boys at Glendale High School.

2000-169-8
Color photo of English & French teacher Gerald Brooks with students at Glendale High School.

1992-232.102
A black and white photo of band members at Glendale High School.

1992-232.432
A photo of Charles Espy, principal at Central and Glendale High Schools.

2000-169-7
Color Photo of Teacher Gerald Brooks with some of his students at Glendale High School. Brooks had taught formerly at Lincoln and Central High Schools.

1992-147
Black and white photo of a flood at Kirkwood Park at Glendale Ave. and Seminole St., looking northeast.

1992-232.1865
A black and white photo of Linda Lucy Brown, age 20, at the University of Columbia. On the back of the photo it says Glendale--1968, and gives Linda's Springfield address and the address of the University.

1992-232.106
A black and white photo of a girl carving clay.

1992-232.105
A black and white photo of a class teaching how to be a good secretary.

2000-169-6
Color photoprint of woman pinning boutinniere on Gerald Brooks with his wife Velma standing by his side. Gerald Brooks recognition after 29 years in the Springfield School system. Brooks started the first marching band at Lincoln School and was the first foreign language teacher at that school. After desegregation he taught at Central and Glendale High Schools.


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