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Tucson High School Memories 1906-1939
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    • Tucsonian Yearbook : November, 1914

    • Tucsonian Yearbook : November, 1914
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    • Tucson High School Yearbook from November, 1914: included are many fictional essays, poetry and editorials, in addition to girls’ and boys’ athletics and co-ed activities.
    • Tucsonian Yearbook: 1916

    • Tucsonian Yearbook: 1916
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    • Tucson High School Yearbook from January 1916: group photos by class and snapshots of school activities; included are creative essays on airplanes and aviation, as well as the well-known and loved Snapshots.
    • Tucsonian Yearbook:  1920

    • Tucsonian Yearbook: 1920
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    • Tucson High School Yearbook from 1920: many photographs are included of faculty and class members; noteworthy are class histories, a literary section, and commentary on the senior play, "Strongheart."
    • Tucsonian Yearbook:  1920-1921

    • Tucsonian Yearbook: 1920-1921
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    • Tucson High School Yearbook from 1920-1921: includes The Foreword: To set down a record of the events of the school year 1920-21, to perpetuate the joys of high school life, and to keep alive in our hearts the friendships formed in school,...
    • Tucsonian Yearbook:  1922

    • Tucsonian Yearbook: 1922
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    • Tucson High School Yearbook from 1922: dedication to Arthur Sewell; first appearance of faculty pictures; photos of the "Step Lizards" and Old Main covered with snow on March 25, 1922; the Allegro Club is formed with a membership of 90 girls under...
    • Tucsonian Yearbook:  1923

    • Tucsonian Yearbook: 1923
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    • Tucson High School Yearbook from 1923: dedications to Anne E. Rogers, Clinton E. Rose, and Glen O. Perkins; National Honor society is founded; memories of Nogales, Arizona.
    • Tucsonian Yearbook: 1924

    • Tucsonian Yearbook: 1924
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    • Tucson High School Yearbook from 1924: "John Phillip Sousa Praises Tucson High Band" is Cactus Chronicle headline. Twenty eight students competed in the high school oratory contest, the largest group in history; the winning oration by senior...
    • Tucsonian Yearbook:  1925

    • Tucsonian Yearbook: 1925
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    • Tucson High School Yearbook from 1925: the "New High School," featuring photographs of the school's then-new, exquisite architecture; included is the musical score to "THS ALL HAIL," dedicated to the class of '25 in memory of their splendid...
    • Tucsonian Yearbook: 1926

    • Tucsonian Yearbook: 1926
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    • Tucson High School Yearbook from 1926: features the Kactus Komical! Hayzel Daniels, aka "Flying Ebony," was the star ball carrier and rests on the all-state halfback throne.
    • Tucsonian Yearbook:  1927

    • Tucsonian Yearbook: 1927
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    • Tucson High School Yearbook from 1927: features the High School Sign Shop, the precursor to Commercial Art, enrolling over 200 students, and the Cervantes Club, the Spanish language club responsible for putting on activities such as tamaladas;...
    • Tucsonian Yearbook:  1928

    • Tucsonian Yearbook: 1928
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    • Tucson High School Yearbook from 1928: airplane theme with first aerial photo of the campus; the French Club is established; Pauline Fair Weather is voted "Most Popular Girl," and Tom Murphy is voted "Most Popular Boy."
    • Tucsonian Yearbook:  1929

    • Tucsonian Yearbook: 1929
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    • Tucson High School Yearbook from 1929: the theme is San Xavier del Bac; indexed for first time; the Tucson High Battalion, under Cadet Major Patrick M. Hollis, won the highest amount of points of any school competing in the annual Greenway Day...
    • Tucsonian Yearbook:  1930

    • Tucsonian Yearbook: 1930
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    • Tucson High School Yearbook from 1930: features Tucson's first Board of Education, made up of four members, including Mose Drachman to whom the annual is dedicated, and C.E. Rose, the superintendant of schools; drawings of the desert appear...
    • Tucsonian Yearbook:  1931

    • Tucsonian Yearbook: 1931
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    • Tucson High School Yearbook from 1931: Tucson High's military expands; the Regimental Club is formed to train cadet non-commissioned officers to promote interest in military activities; despite hard times, $2518.27 was collected for the Red and...
    • Tucsonian Yearbook:  1932

    • Tucsonian Yearbook: 1932
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    • Tucson High School Yearbook from 1932: there is a rodeo motif throughout the annual; the Tucson High School Band gives concerts at the Fox Theater and the Temple of Music and Art; Hi-Y and Tuc-Hi, divisions of the YMCA and YWCA at Tucson High,...
    • Tucsonian Yearbook:  1933

    • Tucsonian Yearbook: 1933
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    • Tucson High School Yearbook from 1933: The annual is accented with Native American art and commentary on the indigenous groups in and around Tucson; the Tucsonian was published in spite of financial woes thanks to the hard work and dedication of...
    • Tucsonian Yearbook: 1934

    • Tucsonian Yearbook: 1934
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    • Tucson High School Yearbook from 1934: the theme is mining; the French Club, Le Cercle Francais, boasts 73 members; the band, under the direction of Arthur Sewell, is split into two entities for the first time - one to play for more important...
    • Tucsonian Yearbook: 1935

    • Tucsonian Yearbook: 1935
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    • Tucson High School Yearbook from 1935: dedicated to Rollin T. Gridley, the beloved basketball coach and economics teacher; features individualized photos of each teacher; National Honor Society becomes an official club for the first time, under the...
    • Tucsonian Yearbook: 1936

    • Tucsonian Yearbook: 1936
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    • Tucson High School Yearbook from 1936: dedicated to Andrew Tolson: "THE TEACHER, THE FRIEND, THE MAN;" all African American students are categorized and photographed as "Miss Heath's Group;" the "30" Club - 30 students selected by the student...
    • Tucsonian Yearbook: 1937

    • Tucsonian Yearbook: 1937
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    • Tucson High School Yearbook from 1937: the Old Pueblo is the graphic theme; African American students are photographed separately; Tucson High Badger Basketball players conquer the U of A freshmen in their first game of the season, followed by...

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