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1992-232.1313
Two photos of Jarrett Jr. High.

1992-232.676
A photo of Jarrett Jr. High.

1991-16-37
Black and white postcard, later colored, of Jarrett Jr. High School, No. 18, on Jefferson. Illegible message on back.

1992-232.1065
A photo of student council of Jarrett High honoring staff on Teacher Appreciation Day with carnations and thanks.

1992-232.1312
A photo of Jarrett Jr. High class.

1992-232.862
A photo of Jarrett visiting police headquarters.

 2001-256
The Jarrett Broadcaster, May 23, 1932, Volume VI, Number 16.

1992-232.1094a
A photo of Jarrett Art class.

1992-56-30-39
A sheet of paper, perhaps from a scrapbook, with 5 black and white photos attached of the John Polk Campbell house and gardens, and Jarrett Jr. High School. The house was moved to 973 Mary Ave. ca 1923 when Jarrett was built near the northeast corner of Jefferson Ave. and Grand St., the original house site.

2000-17-107
Black and white negative of the program Television Classroom being held in a at Jarrett Jr. High School.

2006-62
A program for a Jarrett Junior High play of Huck Finn in May of 1935. There are two separate performance dates listed on the front and the program was printed according to special arangment with a printing company in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

1992-232.482
A photo of Jarrett Americans singing group performing at Battlefield Mall.

1992-232.931
Jarrett Jr. High fair. Jamie Burk, 8th gr., 1st place with peanut clusters, Sheri Harris 8th gr., 3rd place with strawberry nut bread, Sherry Edmonds 8th gr., 1st place double chocolate chip walnut bars.

2000-17-147
Black and white negative of Jeanette Hutsell lecturing on family life to a group of women at Jarrett.

1999-133
Black and white photo of two large groups of student from Jarrett Junior High School, posed outside the building on Jefferson Ave. Marked 9-A class.

2000-17-146
Black and white negative of Jeanette Hutsell talking about family life with a group of women at Jarrett Jr. High School.

1992-56-30-47
Black and white photo of the John Polk Campbell home after being moved to 973 Mary Ave. in 1923 to make way for Jarrett Jr. High School.

1992-56-30-49
Black and white photo of the John Polk Campbell home after being moved to 973 Mary Ave. to make way for Jarrett Jr. High School.

1992-56-30-45
Black and white photo of the John Polk Campbell home after being moved to 973 Mary Ave. to make way for Jarrett Jr. High School.

1992-56-30-44
Black and white photo of the John Polk Campbell home after being moved to 973 Mary Ave. to make way for Jarrett Jr. High School.


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