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1913 Postcard of the Original Edwardsville High School Building

Citation

“1913 Postcard of the Original Edwardsville High School Building,” Madison Historical, accessed June 16, 2024, https://madison-historical.siue.edu/archive/items/show/1430.

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Description

This is a postcard dated May 31, 1913 depicting the first building of Edwardsville High School. Today the building is Columbus Elementary School in Edwardsville. It is addressed to Miss Sophie Schollenberg of St. Louis, MO. It reads: "(illegible) how are you? I have been wanting to write to you for a long time But we have been so busy cleaning house since I'm home. Just about finished now. Am looking for Emma and Anna Bien (illegible). Do you still like it in St. Louis? One of my girl friends worked at Richards. Love Emma"

Source

  • Edwardsville High School

In Collection

Subjects

  • Edwardsville
  • Edwardsville High School
  • schools
  • education

Contributor

  • Kessler, Greg

Date

1913

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Relevant Archive Items

Type

  • Photograph

Format

  • Black and white photographic print

Coverage

  • Edwardsville, Illinois
  • 1910s

Identifier

  • EHS-P-009a
  • EHS-P-009b
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