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Monticello High School students - Monticello, Florida
In back row: Rev. Inman, Thom B. Bird, T.T. Turnbull, Charles T. Carroll.
In 2nd row: Charley Henry, Mr. McKenzie.
Duplicate image: PR05610.
Circled: Mrs. Katie Budd Holmes.
Also in photograph are Josia Varn, prinicpal, Mrs. Adeline Denham Tatum, R.W. Van Brunt, and teachers Mrs. Josiah and Miss Ellen Partridge.
Monticello High School, also called Jefferson County High School, is a National Historic Landmark (listed in 1999). Originally built in 1852 by slave labor from Samuel Carroll?s plantation with bricks furnished by George Taylor, it was first known as Jefferson Academy. The first brick school building in the state, the school was expanded (with added columns) in 1915. It is located at 425 East Washington Street.
In front row: Andrew Denham, Capt. R.C. Parkhill, Fitzhugh Taylor, Chris C. Anderson, B.W. Partridge, Jim Cobb.
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Monticello High School students - Monticello, Florida. 1899. State Archives of Florida, Florida Memory. <https://www.floridamemory.com/items/show/144831>, accessed 1 December 2021.
Monticello High School students - Monticello, Florida. 1899. State Archives of Florida, Florida Memory. Accessed 1 Dec. 2021.<https://www.floridamemory.com/items/show/144831>.