Chemical engineer; retired EPA in 2002 after 31 years. Still consulting when I have to. Grow lots of fascinating stuff on my 12 acres. So much left to learn...so little time. History is a passion. Sorry I didn't have more discourse with those who have left us. History lost forever.
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4 thoughts on “Class of 1909”
Appears this is the one you mentioned with Ms. Pearl Cox missing.
Nope. Pearl Cox (in the 1910 class picture) is missing from the 1910 grad list per the 5/25/1910 Times. All the above, including the ones not pictured, are accounted for in the write-up for 1909.
We may have to contact heirs of the 1908 class to see if a class portrait survived (only 19 grads). Also the 1911-12 class pictures have eluded me (68 and 69 total persons). May have been too many for a class pic by then; we do have the individual pics from the 1911 Sleepless Eye, but 1912 may be a lost year for senior pictures.
This is a great historical photo – great work. I have the original 1911 & 1913 Central Albums.