Monday, August 11, 2008

Galveston & Cleburne Texas High Schools 1907

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More Texas High Schools on tap for today with the first one being from Cleburne Texas. This school is unusual in that it is a wooden structure rather than the usual brick or stone used in the early 1900s which may indicate that is was fairly old even at this time. This is a circa 1908 Albertype postcard.

The second post card shows Ball High School in Galveston Texas and this is a really imposing structure that looks more like a state capitol than a high school. This is a circa 1905 America News Company post card. Both of these post cards can be found in my Texas listings along with 10,000 additional postcards on my website Moody's Postcards.

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