Excerpt from the Brush Creek School pamphlet
|Title||Excerpt from the Brush Creek School pamphlet |
|Date of Original||between 1913-09-01 and 1914-04-24 |
|Description||The two selected pages of this pamphlet include the date, the teacher's name, the students names, the location, and the officers of this particular school. It also has a small design in the middle of the left page. |
|Subject (LCTGM)||School children|
School board members
|Personal Name||Juve, Helena|
Rettke, William H., 1878-1959
Murray, S. A.
Hagelbarger, J. B.
Evans, B. F.
|Organization Name||Brush Creek School (Farrington, N.D.)|
Mercer County (N.D.)
|Item Number||MH-50 |
|Format of Original||Pamphlets|
|Dimensions of Original||13.5 x 17 cm. |
|Transcription||"Brush Creek School" |
"DISTRICT NO. 10"
"Farrington, Mercer County, North Dak."
"Sept. 1, 1913--April 24, 1914"
"Miss Helena Juve, Teacher"
"W. H. Rettke, President"
"S. A. Murray, Clerk"
"J. B. Hagelbarger, Treasurer"
"Directors, B. F. Evans, A. Ferguson, P. Engbrecht"
"Amber Davidson, Merle Ferguson, Wilma Ferguson, Audrey Thompson, Ople Murray, Elwida Murray, Verdie Murray, Lucile Harden, Edwin Keogh, Lucile Keogh, Agnes Keogh, Frank Keogh, Paul Keogh, Paul Murray, Harold DeMars, Theron Davidson, Lee Robinson, Joyce Murray, Cecil Davidson, Glen Murray"--Printed on pages of pamphlet.
|Notes||Title created by staff. |
|Biography/History||Farrington (ghost town) was established in 1910. The post office was discontinued in 1914. |
|Repository Institution||Mercer County Historical Society|
|Credit Line||Mercer County Historical Society (MH-50) |
|Rights Management||Copyright status unknown. |
|Ordering Information||Mercer County Historical Society
Attn: Leilani Meyhoff, Secretary
108 7th St. NE
P.O. Box 1134
Beulah, N.D. 58523
|Grant||NHPRC SNAP Grant 2008-2009, NAR08-RC-10021-08 |
|Digital ID||dmMH50 |