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Monroe, Virginia, and Willard are shown in this aerial view from 1928. The * symbol in the lower right side of the picture denotes the site for the new training school (Chandler). The arrow is pointing to construction that could be part of the Ann…

Female teams play what looks to be field hockey on the Athletic Field that was completed in 1925.

A large group of students dressed in long coats stand in and around a firetruck.

Rose Hooes, great-granddaughter of James Monroe, and her son Laurence Hoes, were responsible for opening the James Monroe Museum in 1927. They are pictured here in front of the museum. Caption: "Laurence Gouveneur Hooes great-great grandson of James…

Five students in an automobile in 1918 while Mr. Harrison leans onto the right side of the car; those shown in the picture are listed as follows: Mr. Harrison, Lucy Gray Rouzie, Nannie W. Parker, Mary W. Johnson.

Seventeen women pose -- some sitting, some standing -- behind a banner reading "1918" as the Class of 1918 The Class of 1918 Officers President : Elsie King Vice-President : Helen Peyton Secretary-Treasurer : Huldah Daniel Athletic…

The Class of 1918 sitting on the steps of Marye House in the following order: Top -- Louise Burke, Lucy Gray Richardson, Mary Temple Coleman, Mrs. Carter; Middle -- Mary Acree, Latane Rice, Sarah B. Spindle, Louise Burke; Bottom -- Maude Seay,…

A cropped photo of a woman with the name "Berry" written beneath the photo.

Ten women from the 1916 basketball team on a backdrop of a drawn basketball hoop with "The Junior Basketball Team"

The room of three girls in 1915