For that last couple of months now, my mom has been a fairly regular attendee of a weekly auction that is held at a antique/consignment store, and while she has won a few things for me, said things haven't, at least until today's item, been anything that I thought anyone would care about seeing here on the blog.
I don't know how much she paid for it, but I know it to be fairly cheap, as she knows I don't like the thought of people spending a lot of money on me.
I haven't had the time do any research yet, other than to read that the school opened in 1886, and has been in it's present location since 1900. With that being said, I thought a few people might be interested in seeing a few hastily taken pictures, so...
With this most recent addition, I now have around a dozen old yearbooks, this being the third oldest. At some point, I would love to do a series of yearbook posts, especially since two of the books I own, are among my most prized possessions. I would only want to include the books that I have completely researched in that series, and as of right now, that number is limited to just three, as such research is very time consuming. I guess if anyone would be interested in reading such a series, maybe you could let me know in the comments section, that way I'd if anyone would actually be viewing those posts or not.
Since the back of the yearbook advertisements are always fun, I thought I'd end the post by taking a look at a few:
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