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    • Christian Brothers' School from Y Street

    • 1928
    • This April 10, 1928, photograph shows the façade of the Christian Brothers’ School at the southeast corner of Twenty-First and Y Streets. To the left of the photograph is the 200 by 50 foot main academic building with its classrooms, principal’s...
    • 869
    • Christian Brothers High School Baseball Team Portrait

    • 1933
    • The Christian Brothers High School baseball team poses in April 1933. During the 1933 season, lost only to the St. Mary's College freshman, also know as the Gael Babes. Prey included Sacramento High School and Grant Union High School. Pictured,...
    • 1182
    • Christian Brothers’ School:  Aerial View

    • 1930
    • This unique aerial view of Christian Brothers’ School at Twenty-First and Y Street was taken in 1930. Previously on Twelfth and K Streets, what had been called Christian Brothers’ College, accepted a donation for the pictured plot of land at...
    • 871
    • Keeney School Graduation Picture

    • 1930
    • This 1930 photograph shows graduates of the Keeney School, located at 2200 Twenty-First Street. Established in 1915 by mother and daughter team Susanna and Miriam Keeney, respectively, the school had an enrollment of 75 students when this picture...
    • 2000
    • St Joseph's Academy

    • 1895
    • This 1895 advertisement promotes the St. Joseph's Academy, as seen from the southeast corner of Ninth and G streets. Founded in 1857 by the Sisters of Mercy, St. Joseph's was a designed educate girls and young women with, at the time this...
    • EC-SCH-b03f06i01
    • Twelfth and J Streets

    • 1900
    • This view looking down an unpaved J Street depicts the Lutheran German Evangelical Church on the left and the Christian Brothers College to the right. Power poles line both sides of the street and electric lines run above to power a burgeoning...
    • 1410
    • Young Readers at Mabel Gillis

    • 1960
    • Shown in October 1960 are several children and an adult reading at the 2,500-square-foot Mabel Gillis Branch of the Sacramento City Library, located at 4001 Sixtieth Street. Standing to the right, and blowing a bubble from her bubble gum, is a girl...
    • PH-SPL-GIL-1-9
    • Children Reading at Mabel Gillis

    • 1959
    • This January 1959 image shows three children reading at the Mabel Gillis Branch of the Sacramento County Library, located at 4001 Sixtieth Street. The middle child wears a uniform for the nearby All Hallows Catholic School. The Gillis Branch opened...
    • PH-SPL-GIL-1-12
    • First Touchdown for La Sierra High School

    • 1957
    • This September 20, 1957, photograph shows Buzz Patterson scoring a touchdown in a high school football game between La Sierra High School Longhorns and Bishop Armstrong High School Falcons at El Camino Stadium in Carmichael. Several Armstrong,...
    • 2423
    • Confucius School

    • 1960
    • Pictured in 1961 is the recently constructed Confucius School at 901 Fourth Street. The school, attached to the Confucius Church, was built to accommodate up 160 students and teaching staff of seven. Its primary goal was to provide afterschool...
    • 1216
    • St. Joseph's Academy, Sacramento

    • 1915
    • Shown in 1915 is St. Joseph's Academy, as seen from the corner of Ninth and G streets. The pictured building was built in 1861 and torn down in 1949.
    • BBSAC890
    • Christian Brothers’ School Academic Building and Chapel

    • 1930
    • Pictured in 1930 is Christian Brothers’ School at Twenty-First and Y Streets. The ornate Mission Revival-style building was built in 1924 by the Sacramento contracting firm of W.C. Keating. Notable alumni include Superior Court judges Peter J....
    • 870
    • St. Joseph's Academy

    • 1915
    • This circa 1915 postcard shows the St. Joseph's Academy at Eighth and G streets. The pictured structure - facing G Street - held the school's classrooms, refectories, chapel, dining room, sleeping rooms and kitchen. The Sisters of Mercy had...
    • BBSAC677
    • Howe's Academy

    • 1920
    • Front view of Howe's Academy at the corner of Ninth and I Streets. Edward Howe, Jr. was Principal. The Academy provided training in elementary grades and high school education. Classes taught included Elocution, French, German. Bookkeeping,...
    • 1237
    • Sacramento Seminary Graduation Program

    • 1869
    • Shown is the 1869 graduation program for the Sacramento Seminary, which was located on I Street, between Tenth and Eleven streets. The female-only boarding school was established 1863 by Hermon Perry and his wife.
    • EC-SCH-b03f05i01


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