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Antietam School, Hagerstown, 1905


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There are three large public school buildings in Hagerstown, with a capacity of 2,000 pupils and all well filled, and all free schools, namely: The Male High School, the Female High School and the Antietam Grammar School. Great care is taken to secure the very best teachers, and the course of study is very comprehensive. (Hagerstown: An Illustrated Description of the City of Hagerstown, showing its advantages as a place of residence and a location for manufactories &c., &c.,, T. J. C. Williams, 1887.)

In 1893 the City Directory for Hagerstown read: Antietam Grammar School, Jacob A Ziegler principal cor Mulberry and Antietam.




ID:
wcfp022

Creator:
Arthur Dornblaser

Rights:
Ann Newman & Suzanne Bucci

Notes:
See also Antietam Grammar School, Hagerstown: An Illustrated Description, 1887.

Date:
1905

Collection Location:
Perkiomenville, PA

Subject:
Washington County (Md.), History, Pictorial works; Hagerstown (Md.), History, Pictorial works, 1905-1906

Coverage:
Washington County, Md., 1905

 
 
Western Maryland Regional Library
100 South Potomac Street
Hagerstown, Maryland 21740

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