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Saturday, August 16, 2014

World War II - era Tivy High School yearbooks

As you know, I collect historic items from Kerrville and Kerr County, and I'm thankful to all of the people who are kind enough to share their items with me.  This past week Glen Lackey brought by several of his high school yearbooks, and they're really great.
The dedication of the 1944 yearbook is especially poignant -- many of the recent Tivy graduates were in the armed forces.
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Tivy High School yearbooks, the "Antler," for 1944, 1945, and 1947
Dedication page, 1944 Tivy High School "Antler."
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2 comments:

  1. So easy to forget that so many of our men were just boys. Nice post.

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  2. These are wonderful books; I enjoyed seeing the photos.

    The only name that I recognize is Don Chambliss; what a great guy he was.

    Thanks, Joe.

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