So I’m in the process of scanning in the 1940 yearbook and for a change instead of scanning in the next most damaged yearbook, I’m going to put it to a poll for which should be the next one I should scan. Now I can’t put in all the years in this poll, so I’ll
As yearbook editor, I was given a copy of these photos. The other day I was cleaning out a filing cabinet and found them. Not every photo is here from the Class of 1997, but most of them are. Enjoy! [Show slideshow] 12345►
A copy of the school song was found in the 1940 yearbook between pages 48 and 49 as a tear out.
Welcome to the second newsletter of the new website. You can now follow the archives on Facebook (www.facebook.com/jarvisarchives, Google+ and Twitter (@JarvisArchives) What’s new on the site: Latest Posts: 175th Anniversary Passport November 2013: Photos of the Month 1931 Yearbook now posted! What’s to come: The next yearbook on my list to scan is the
The 1931 Magnet Yearbook can be found on the following link: 1931 Yearbook
So with this post I’ll put in two pictures. One is taken in the 1950’s (I think 1957). The other picture is from 1991’s Spring Festival. If anyone can name the individuals in the pictures or provide more to the story of the picture, it’d be greatly appreciated.
Welcome to the first newsletter of the new website. You can now follow the archives on Facebook, Google+, Twitter (@JarvisArchives) What’s new on the site: Latest Posts: The Reid Murals Booklet: Find out the story behind each mural in the auditorium 1963, 1964 and 1965 Magnet Yearbooks online: Created by Matti Ingerman, Class of ’65
Remembering Jarvis’ Sacrifice during World War I
So all I know about this picture is that it was taken in 1957. What’s the story behind Milties Kilties? Log in and comment below or comment on the Facebook site at www.facebook.com/jarvisarchives