Bankston School: a history
Scope and Contents
The collection contains recollections of Bankston School by three individuals connected to the school: Grace Swartz, Joan Simpson Tyner, and Odell Awartz. The Bankston School, located in Fayette County, Alabama, near the community of Belk, opened in 1906 and closed in the mid 1970s. The three brief accounts detail the history of the school's building, and lists a variety of school activities, teachers, and principals.
- circa 1906-1970
- Swartz, Odell (Person)
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Biographical / Historical
The Bankston School was located in Fayette County, Alabama, near the community of Belk, and was open from 1906 to the mid 1970s.
0.05 Linear Feet (1 item, 4 pages)
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Recollections of Bankston School by individuals connected to this school located in Fayette County, Alabama, which opened in 1906 and closed in the mid 1970s, detailing the history of the school's building, school activities, teachers, and principals.
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unknown, 2008; updated by Martha Bace, 2013
- Guide to the Bankston School: a history
- February 2008
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