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Small brick schoolhouse with gabled entrance.  Stansbury Hall is visible in the right side of the photograph.  In the 1940s and 50s, West Virginia University used this school as a grade school for training eductaion majors.  It was called the WVU Laboratory Elementary School. The building was an African-American school prior to WVU's use of the building.
Teachers and pupils in University High School lab. At the time University High School was a division of West Virginia University for training teachers.  Pictured in the photograph are, from left to right:  Fred Truban, Carol Reynolds, Michael Caruso, and Scottie Riffle.  Girl in background unknown.
Morgantown High School rehearsal for Wilder's play 'By the Skin of Our Teeth'.  In order from left to right, the people in the photo are Marsha Sanders, Donna Crisswell, and Jim Roberts.
A view of Morgantown High School through trees in the winter.
The people in the picture appear to be science fair officals or judges. From left to right, Scott H. Davis, Carroll Palmer, Betty Alamong, and John Bensenhaver.
A photo of Suncrest Jr. High School Majorettes. First row from left to right is Harriet Harworth, Karen Suarez, Katy Muffly, Pam Gorman, and Nikki Dorhavich. Second row from left to right is Charlene Hockenberry, Katharine Pike, Kay Toben, and Nancy Fleming.
Group portrait of band members with their instruments.
Truck is gone.  Picture displays the damage to the side of the school building.
Arme Lindquist is on the left.