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Portsmouth High School in 1919- Submitted by Dave Huffman


Andy Lyles wrote: Again…she was a beauty! I wonder how many class and group pictures were taken on those steps over the years?


Dawn Sandoval wrote: Blows my mind that I went to school in the same building and walked the same halls that looked exactly the same to kids in 1919.


Bonnie Jett wrote: As I have said before, this architecture cannot be duplicated in the schools being built today. Not cost effective I know, but the kids nowadays are missing out on a great school design.


Karen Sue Wikoff wrote: Still a beauty even with no landscaping yet, sitting so austere.


Rebecca Kees Riley wrote: I remember all of the pictures of various classes, band groups, etc. being taken on the steps for the yearbooks!


Thomas Wright wrote: I miss you PHS.


Bonnie Jett wrote: The pigeons loved that arch over the doorway. Someone decided that it would be a good idea to put a fake owl up there to scare them away. I went by and the pigeons were sitting on the owl. So much for that!


Carol Starrett Schisler wrote: Great picture. The older school buildings had such style.


Bill Mault wrote: Loved that old school.



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