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Douglas County Schools Photographs
Web Resource
This link navigates to a list of digitized historic images of Douglas County schools from approximately 1880 to 1960. Digitized Archives & Local History materials are available any time on the website at archives.dcl.org. This link navigates to a list of digitized historic images of Douglas County schools from approximately 1880 to 1960. Digitized Archives & Local History materials are available any time on the website at archives.dcl.org. Show less
Douglas County Clippings Notebook : Schools
Book -
In-library use only in some locations
Spring Valley School Materials, 2011.056
Web Resource
This archival collection includes a Spring Valley teacher's register from 1924, the Spring Valley District Secretary's records from 1880-1885, and photographs of people, schools, the Conrad family, and Douglas County High School circa 1914. This archival collection includes a Spring Valley teacher's register from 1924, the Spring Valley District Secretary's records from 1880-1885, and photographs of people, schools, the Conrad family, and Douglas County High School circa 1914. Show less
Douglas County School Censuses, 2000.070
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This archival collection contains Douglas County's school census records from 1879 and 1896-1964. Digitized versions can be accessed anywhere with an internet connection on the Archives & Local History website at archives.dcl.org. This archival collection contains Douglas County's school census records from 1879 and 1896-1964. Digitized versions can be accessed anywhere with an internet connection on the Archives & Local History website at archives.dcl.org. Show less
I'd Do It Again
Teaching in Colorado for Over Half A Century, 1926-1978
Book - 1982
In-library use only at this time in some locations
Place hold
Oral History - Memories of Sedalia School Days
Web Resource
The Sedalia Firehouse Museum and Gardens recorded this oral history in May 2015 during a community meeting. The meeting was held to discuss and record mem...Show more The Sedalia Firehouse Museum and Gardens recorded this oral history in May 2015 during a community meeting. The meeting was held to discuss and record memories of attending schools in the Sedalia area. Participants include Mildred Stewart, Carolyn Whipple, Bill Duncan, and Terry Thompson. Show less
Douglas County Yearbook Collection, 1992.903
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The yearbook collection consists of yearbooks from throughout Douglas County, dating from approximately the 1940s to the present. Many of the yearbooks ar...Show more The yearbook collection consists of yearbooks from throughout Douglas County, dating from approximately the 1940s to the present. Many of the yearbooks are digitized and always available on the Archives & Local History website at archives.dcl.org. Show less
The One-room Country School House
Manuscript or Typescript - 1962
In-library use only in some locations
Douglas County Schools Overview
Web Resource
A historical overview of schools across Douglas County, focusing on many rural one-room buildings, some of which survive today. There are many more histor...Show more A historical overview of schools across Douglas County, focusing on many rural one-room buildings, some of which survive today. There are many more historical summaries of Douglas County schoolhouses on Archives & Local History's website at archives.dcl.org. Show less
Castle Rock Schools
Web Resource
A historical overview of schools in Castle Rock, Colorado. There are many more historical summaries of Douglas County schoolhouses on Archives & Local History's website at archives.dcl.org. A historical overview of schools in Castle Rock, Colorado. There are many more historical summaries of Douglas County schoolhouses on Archives & Local History's website at archives.dcl.org. Show less
Indian Park School
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The Indian Park School is a local historical landmark and was the last one-room schoolhouse to close in Douglas County. This document tells its history. T...Show more The Indian Park School is a local historical landmark and was the last one-room schoolhouse to close in Douglas County. This document tells its history. There are many more historical summaries of Douglas County schoolhouses on Archives & Local History's website at archives.dcl.org. Show less
Fonder School
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The Fonder school building still survives in Parker. This document tells its history. There are many more historical summaries of Douglas County schoolhouses on Archives & Local History's website at archives.dcl.org. The Fonder school building still survives in Parker. This document tells its history. There are many more historical summaries of Douglas County schoolhouses on Archives & Local History's website at archives.dcl.org. Show less
Spring Valley School
Web Resource
The Spring Valley School is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It served one of the earliest school districts in Douglas County. This doc...Show more The Spring Valley School is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It served one of the earliest school districts in Douglas County. This document tells its history. There are many more historical summaries of Douglas County schoolhouses on Archives & Local History's website at archives.dcl.org. Show less
Parker Consolidated Schools
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In 1915-1916, three one-room schoolhouses in the Parker area (Allison School, Pine Grove or Parker School, and Plainfield School) were consolidated into D...Show more In 1915-1916, three one-room schoolhouses in the Parker area (Allison School, Pine Grove or Parker School, and Plainfield School) were consolidated into District 37, Parker Consolidated Schools. This document summarizes its history. There are many more historical summaries of Douglas County schools available on Archives & Local History's website at archives.dcl.org. Show less
Lone Tree Schoolhouse Photographs
Web Resource
Digitized photographs of one of the historic Lone Tree Schoolhouses and its students, taken in 1915. The building was torn down around 2017. These images ...Show more Digitized photographs of one of the historic Lone Tree Schoolhouses and its students, taken in 1915. The building was torn down around 2017. These images can be accessed any time on Archives & Local History's website at archives.dcl.org. The originals may be viewed on-site at the Castle Rock – Philip S. Miller branch from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday-Friday. Show less
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