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  • Newton Free Library
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  • This is a collection of unbound, formal mounted photographs of graduating seniors of Newton High School in 1900, some group photographs and autobiographical questionnaires, letters and telegrams addressed to the class at the time of their 25th reunion. Newton High School, established in 1859, was located on Walnut Street in Newtonville, a village of Newton, Massachusetts. It was the only public high school in the city until 1960 when a second ... more
    This is a collection of unbound, formal mounted photographs of graduating seniors of Newton High School in 1900, some group photographs and autobiographical questionnaires, letters and telegrams addressed to the class at the time of their 25th reunion. Newton High School, established in 1859, was located on Walnut Street in Newtonville, a village of Newton, Massachusetts. It was the only public high school in the city until 1960 when a second high school was built. - Newspaper section from Boston Evening Transcript, Tuesday, June 26, 1900 with article about the 25th reunion of the Newton High School Class of 1900 -. Box 2. less
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