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Northwest Postcard database: keyword search "Public schools--Tacoma"     (new Postcard search     About this database)
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NWRPC-245
Front caption: Sousas Band-Tacoma Stadium
Date: c. 1915
Description: According to newspaper coverage at the time, the concert given here by John Philip Sousa's band in July of 1915 shattered the "seated attendance" record. It was reported that 25,000 viewed the event.
Subjects: Public schools--Tacoma; Stadium High School (Tacoma); Stadium Bowl (Tacoma); Aerial views; Bands--Tacoma--1910-1920;
Address (Links to Buildings Index): 111 NO. E ST.; 211 NO. E ST.
Category: Stadium High School & Stadium Bowl

STOVER-6
Front caption: High School, Tacoma, Washington.
Date: c. 1909
Publisher: Edward H. Mitchell, Publisher, San Francisco.
Printer: Printed in the United States
Notes: 743.
Description: Originally constructed as a hotel, it never opened because the structure was damaged by fire in 1898. It was converted for use as Tacoma High School in 1906. The name was changed in 1913 to Stadium High school.
Subjects: Stadium High School (Tacoma); Public schools--Tacoma; Historic buildings--Tacoma;
Category: Stadium High School & Stadium Bowl

PETERSON-40
Front caption: Tacoma High School, Tacoma, Wash.
Date: c. 1908
Publisher: Pub. by Central News Co., Tacoma, Washington
Printer: Printed in Germany.
Notes: 50
Description: Loacted at 111 No. E St., this was originally constructed as a hotel, it never opened because the structure was damaged by fire in 1898. It was converted for use as Tacoma High School in 1906, and the name was changed in 1913 to Stadium High school.
Subjects: Stadium High School (Tacoma); Public schools--Tacoma; Historic buildings--Tacoma;
Address (Links to Buildings Index): 111 NO. E ST.
Category: Stadium High School & Stadium Bowl

ANDERSON-16
Front caption: High School, Tacoma, Wash.
Date: c. 1907
Publisher: Theodore A. Little, Pub.
Description: Originally constructed as a hotel, it never opened because the structure was damaged by fire in 1898. It was converted for use as Tacoma High School in 1906. The name was changed in 1913 to Stadium High school., after Lincoln High school was built.
Subjects: Stadium High School (Tacoma); Public schools--Tacoma; Historic buildings--Tacoma;
Address (Links to Buildings Index): 111 NO. E ST.
Category: Stadium High School & Stadium Bowl

NWRPC-229
Front caption: HIgh School, Tacoma, Wash.
Date: c. 1910
Printer: Printed in Germany.
Notes: Washington Series No. 456
Description: Originally constructed as a hotel, it never opened because the structure was damaged by fire in 1898. It was converted for use as Tacoma High School in 1906. The name was changed in 1913 to Stadium High school.
Subjects: Stadium High School (Tacoma); Public schools--Tacoma; Historic buildings--Tacoma;
Address (Links to Buildings Index): 111 NO. E ST.
Category: Stadium High School & Stadium Bowl

NWRPC-161
Front caption: High School, Tacoma, Wash.
Date: c. 1907
Publisher: Theodore & Little, Pub.
Description: Originally constructed as a hotel, it never opened because the structure was damaged by fire in 1898. It was converted for use as Tacoma High School in 1906. The name was changed in 1913 to Stadium High school.
Subjects: Stadium High School (Tacoma); Public schools--Tacoma; Historic buildings--Tacoma;
Address (Links to Buildings Index): 111 NO. E ST.
Category: Stadium High School & Stadium Bowl

NWRPC-155
Front caption: Emerson Public School, Tacoma, Washington
Date: c. 1908
Publisher: Edward H. Mitchell, Publisher, San Francisco
Description: The original school at 246 St. Helens was built in 1875 and called the North School. Declared unsafe in 1885, it was replaced by the new Emerson school shown here in 1889.
Subjects: Emerson School (Tacoma); Public schools--Tacoma; Historical buildings--Tacoma;
Address (Links to Buildings Index): 246 SAINT HELENS AVE.
Category: Schools

NWRPC-111
Front caption: Cavalry Drill U.S. Military Tournament Tacoma Stadium
Date: c. 1916
Description: Military exercises held in Stadium Bowl.
Subjects: Horses--Tacoma; Military training--Tacoma; Stadium Bowl (Tacoma); Public schools--Tacoma;
Address (Links to Buildings Index): 211 NO. E ST.
Category: Stadium High School & Stadium Bowl

NWRPC-92
Front caption: Emerson Public School, Tacoma, Washington.
Date: c. 1907
Publisher: E. P. Charlton & Co. Tacoma, Wash.
Notes: 701
Description: The Emerson School, at 246 St. Helens, was built in 1889. It closed in 1913 and was demolished in 1920.
Subjects: Emerson School (Tacoma); Public schools--Tacoma; Historic buildings--Tacoma;
Address (Links to Buildings Index): 246 SAINT HELENS AVE.
Category: Schools

NWRPC-71
Front caption: High School.
Date: c. 1910
Description: Tacoma High School (later Stadium High School) embellished with frame and flowers.
Subjects: Stadium High School (Tacoma); Public schools--Tacoma;
Address (Links to Buildings Index): 111 NO. E ST.
Category: Stadium High School & Stadium Bowl

NWRPC-70
Front caption: High School, Tacoma, Wash.
Date: c. 1908
Publisher: Sprouse & Son, Importers & Publishers, Tacoma, Wash.
Printer: Made in Germany.
Description: Tacoma High School, later to be known as Stadium High School, at 111 No. E St.
Subjects: Stadium High School (Tacoma); Stadium Bowl (Tacoma); Historic buildings--Tacoma; Public schools--Tacoma;
Address (Links to Buildings Index): 111 NO. E ST.
Category: Stadium High School & Stadium Bowl

NWRPC-69
Front caption: Tacoma Stadium and Stadium Highschool
Date: c. 1940
Notes: B-34 Pictorial
Description: Aerial view of Stadium Bowl, dedicated in 1910, located at 211 No. E St.
Subjects: Public schools--Tacoma; Stadium High School (Tacoma); Stadium Bowl (Tacoma); Aerial views; Neighborhoods--Tacoma;
Address (Links to Buildings Index): 111 NO. E ST.; 211 NO. E ST.
Category: Stadium High School & Stadium Bowl

NWRPC-36
Front caption: Lowell School, Tacoma, Wash.
Date: c. 1940
Publisher: P.A. Kaufer, Tacoma, Wash.
Description: Built in 1892, Lowell School was demolished after damage from an earthquake on April 13, 1949.
Subjects: Lowell Elementary School (Tacoma); Public schools--Tacoma;
Address (Links to Buildings Index): 1210 NO. YAKIMA AVE.
Category: Schools

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