SUMNER COUNTY, KANSAS

SCHOOLS


List of Early Schools & Alternative Names

Pictures of Various Schools in Sumner County

State Normal Training Examination Questions (1914)

 


DIAMOND SCHOOL

District 138, Osbourne Township

Class of 1909

School may have been located near Mayfield


Pictured - Roland Parker, Mildred Parker, Edna Getter, Vera Beatty, Fay Getter, Mabel Getter, Verna Parker, Beulah Beatty, Alberta Parker (visitor), Jesse Parker, Rosie McKowen (Teacher), Ray Behringer, Johnny Getter (visitor), Lloyd Beatty (visitor)

School Board Members were: S. McKowen, Albert R. Parker and Burt O. Beatty

Picture & data submitted by Tom Johnson


LOAN STAR SCHOOL

Near Mayfield, Kansas

1910 Class Photo

Sitting atop the wagon wheel at far left is Mildred Parker, and just to her left is her younger sister, Alberta Parker, daughters of Albert and Maude Parker.

If you know of any of the other students/teacher in the photo, please email me.

Submitted by Tom Johnson


LONGBRANCH SCHOOL

1911 Class Photo

Mayfield, Sumner County, Kansas

The little girl peeking around, at left center row is Alberta Maude Parker, and the girl just to her right is her sister Mildred Parker. The older girl, back row, right side of teacher, is another sister, Verna Mable Parker and the boy far right, center row with hands in pockets, is a brother Jesse Cylde Parker.

If anyone knows who the others in the photo are, please email me and I'll put you in touch with Tom Johnson who submitted the photo.

 

LONGBRANCH SCHOOL

Mayfield, Kansas

1912 Photo

The children are standing on a wooden walkeay across a creek or swampy area. If you look closely, the boy on the far left has a pick on his shoulder, and is balancing a small cannon on his knee. The third boy from the left, Jesse Parker, also has a small cannon on the ground in front of him and is holding a long pole, maybe a ramrod for the cannon?

The only children identified are 3rd from left, Jesse Parker, the 6th from the left is Mildred Parker and 3rd from right is Alberta Parker.

If anyone knows what they were doing, or know who anyone else is in the picture, we would love to hear it.

Photos and data submitted by Tom Johnson


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