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Identified as "Lyle School"; Students, teacher, and Superintendent Massillon Alexander (M.A.) Cassidy stand in front of a white school house with a porch. The teacher holds a slate board that reads "Lyle School Dist 12 Hettie Rouse Teachers" A handwritten note beneath the photo states "New house here". A piece of note paper also states "Miss Hetti Rouse teacher"

Date

  • 1901

Creator

  • Cassidy, Massillon Alexander.

Language

  • English

Collection

Fayette County Schools Photographic Collection | collection guide | more from this collection

Description

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Rights

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Publisher

  • University of Kentucky

Format

archival material

Identifier

  • 80pa132

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