• Creator
  • NGHCGathering.mov; Unknown
  • Description
  • Clip title supplied by cataloger. George B. Miller burns bonds for the Miller Natatorium, which was completed a year earlier. Miller Junior High School, named after the popular educator, George Burdette Miller, opened at Fourth and I Streets in Aberdeen, Washington in 1924. It was the first junior high school in the state of Washington. Miller was high school principal from 1910-1914, served as superintendent from 1914-1930, and helped organiz... more
    Clip title supplied by cataloger. George B. Miller burns bonds for the Miller Natatorium, which was completed a year earlier. Miller Junior High School, named after the popular educator, George Burdette Miller, opened at Fourth and I Streets in Aberdeen, Washington in 1924. It was the first junior high school in the state of Washington. Miller was high school principal from 1910-1914, served as superintendent from 1914-1930, and helped organize financing for the construction of the natatorium and gymnasium. Miller died in 1930. less
  • Format
  • video
    Video
    Digital streaming QuickTime video file made from DVD viewing copy, by Special Collections at Special Collections, Allen Library South, on July 13, 2011, using iMovie, version 9.0.2
    2 min., 27 sec
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