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Columbia High School 1928 - Photo in ACPL Genealogy Library

2013-07-03 - 307 Greensburg Street, Columbia, KY - Photo CM staff photo.
This photo is in the Genealogy Room at the Adair County Public Library is interesting for many reasons. Anyone in this group photo titled, Columbia High School, 1928, Columbia, KY, would like be at least 98 years old today - if it includes freshmen. But many remember the building as perfectly as if it were yesterday. For many of us, the trees had changed from those seen above, and the distant look in the right side, is much more developed, and by the time many of us arrived, in post WWII, the white frame residence was gone. My class started in the fall of 1946 and left eight years later. Eight of us completed all eight years and did advanced study all the way through Adair County High School.

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