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Davis School
Davis School Basketball
Davis School Basketball
Davis School Basketball
Davis School Basketball
Davis School Basketball
Davis School Basketball
Davis School Basketball
Davis School Basketball
Davis School Basketball
Dunbar school
The Dunbar School on Steekee Street in Loudon was the only black school in Loudon, was a school of historic significance. It was a “Rosenwald School.”
Rosenwald Schools were started by a philanthropist by the name of Julius Rosenwald, who became president of Sears Roebuck. During his lifetime Rosenwald donated about $63 million dollars to educational funds for African-American and Jewish philanthropies.
Dunbar School closed in 1964 and is now used as a community center
Eaton Grammar School
On May 29, 1912 the “Public School Board” was granted a deed from P.H. Roberts for four acres of land for a sum of $226 for the establishment of a public school. The school was named Eaton in honor of the Eaton family and the community it was destined to serve.
The first structure contained three classrooms and a porch. It was originally intended to serve as a high school, and for a number of years, two years of high school were offered.
Eaton School was the first Loudon Co. consolidated school.
Harold's 1st Day of School-Jackson's Ele
Hazel Cantrell 5th grade LES Teacher
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Jackson Schoolhouse
Jackson School 1926
Jackson School
Jackson School
Jackson School Basketball
Jackson School Basketball
Jackson School
Jackson School
Jackson School basketball team pictures during the 1960’s and pictures of the school building.
LES 1955 Teachers and Principal
LES Alexander 1955 roster
LES Alexander 1955 roster
LES 8th Grade Graduation April 1936
Loudon Elementary Basketball 1938
LGS 1937 BB team
Loudon Grammar School
Notes on LJHS 1956
Mrs. Carpenter 1956 - Jackson School
Jackson School - roster
Jackson School Basketball
Jackson School Basketball
Morganton School
Jackson School Basketball
Jackson School Basketball
Mrs. Carpenter 1959 - Jackson School
Roberson Schoolhouse
Taken between 1825 and 1830 when Roberson School was built. Part of the time it was located on the H.R. Bell farm. It closed in 1939.
P. Simpson 1925 certificate
Girl's Basketball Team Steekee School
Sunny Side
LC Grammar School Front
LC Public School Buildings Front
LC Public School Buildings Back
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