1960 East High Yearbook

I uploaded the Orient 1960. That is the yearbook for East High School in Rochester. There were 317 seniors that graduated in 1960 with pictures for 307 of them. Besides the pictures of the seniors, there are the standard pictures of school activities and sports. Then there are 9 pictures of homeroom classes like the …

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1927 Webster HS Yearbook

I uploaded the 1927 Reveille yearbook for Webster High School. This class saw 29 seniors graduating. The yearbook also has pictures of every classes from kindergarten to 11th. Standard sports pictures and some activities and a bunch of ads in the back. Most of the photos in the yearbook were by Moser Studio of Rochester. …

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1925 Webster HS Yearbook

I uploaded the 1925 Reveille yearbook for Webster High School. In that year there were 36 seniors graduating.; up from 21 the preceding year. This issue includes pictures of all grades from Kindergarten to 11th but those pictures don’t have any names of the students listed. There are pictures of all the usual activities and …

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Wilkinson Scrapbook Article #6

In this article from William Wilkinson’s scrapbook “One Hundred Great and Near-Great Events, Person and Places in Rochester History” (1947) he writes about the early schools in Rochester. In the last sentence he mentions the Academy building on S. Fithugh Street. After it stopped being used as a school, it became the office for the …

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Webster High School Yearbook

I uploaded the 1924 Reveille yearbook for Webster High School. There were only 21 seniors graduating from the school that year. At that time they had a new high school which today is Spry Middle School on the corner of Sanford St. and South Ave. They had consolidated all the grades into that one school …

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Old News – Brockport Enrollment

The current College at Brockport was originally called Brockport Normal School. That is an old term for a college that taught people to be teachers at elementary schools. The college was begun in 1835. In 1916 it was only a two year program to become a teacher. Now a four year college; it has an …

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