Whitfield County GA Schools

If you have any additions, please let me know.   Trish Elliott-Kashima, County Co-Ordinator

 

Cohutta School, said to be the second school building built in Cohutta. 

Courtesy of Vanishing Georgia, Georgia Archives, Office of  Secretary of State.

 

Dalton Female College, Thornton and Waugh, built about 1872. 

Courtesy of Vanishing Georgia, Georgia Archives, Office of  Secretary of State.

 

Varnell Elementary 1891+

 

Rocky Face School and students, ca 1895.

Courtesy of Vanishing Georgia, Georgia Archives, Office of  Secretary of State.

 

Five Spring School, south of Dalton, ca 1908.  Courtesy of Vanishing Georgia, Georgia Archives, Office of  Secretary of State.

 

 

Teachers of Whitfield County, GA. July 16, 1909 taken in front of the Court House. 

Courtesy of Vanishing Georgia, Georgia Archives, Office of  Secretary of State.

 

Deep Springs School, 1910 student list

 

Fort Hill School, Dalton, Students and Teacher of Grade 5A, 1910-1911, 

Courtesy of Vanishing Georgia, Georgia Archives, Office of  Secretary of State.

 

Students and teachers in front of Liberty Hall School, Tibbs Bridge Rd, ca 1912. 

Courtesy of Vanishing Georgia, Georgia Archives, Office of  Secretary of State.

 

Dalton High School, members of graduating class, 1915 on steps of First Presbyterian Church on Selvedge St. 

Courtesy of Vanishing Georgia, Georgia Archives, Office of  Secretary of State.

 

Gordon Springs School, 1921-1922 student list

 

Dalton High School, Graduating Class, 1925, courtesy of Vivian Cameron

 

 

Students and teacher, Rocky Face School, 1931-2.

Courtesy of Vanishing Georgia, Georgia Archives, Office of  Secretary of State.

 

Dalton High School on Thornton Avenue, ca 1930s-1940s. 

Courtesy of Vanishing Georgia, Georgia Archives, Office of  Secretary of State.

 

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