1930s ORIGINAL OOAK NEGATIVE LOT - GRADUATIONS, DOGS, CARS, FISHING, SEE PHOTOS For Sale
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1930s ORIGINAL OOAK NEGATIVE LOT - GRADUATIONS, DOGS, CARS, FISHING, SEE PHOTOS:
1930s Original One of A Kind Negative Lot
Graduation -Frances G. Boynton SchoolK - 8th in Detroit.
Dogs, Cars, Fishing, FamilySchool Photos of Frances G. Boynton School - Now Named Mark Twain - 1926
Lady showing off homemade Graduation AngelsSEE PHOTOS
Sizes - 4 1/4" X 3 3/4" & 3 1/2" X 2 1/2" NegativesYou are offerding to buy a NEGATIVE film lot.
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Located at 12800 Visger Street, Mark Twain School for Scholars (sometimes referred to as Mark Twain Elementary–Middle School) is the only public school located within the Boynton–Oakwood Heights neighborhoods. The school was originally known as the Frances G. Boynton School.[ It was built in 1926. The school served 220 students for the 2017–18 school year—down 23 students (9.5%) from the previous school year. Of the 220 students, there were 199 (90.5%) African Americans, (7.7%) Hispanics, and four (1.8%) Caucasians.
The only other school located within these neighborhoods was the Pierre Toussaint Academy, which was a charter school located at 2450 South Beatrice Street in Boynton. Managed by The Leona Group, the academy opened for the 1998–99 school year and enrolled around 400 students at one time before closing due to academic viability at the end of the 2011–12 school year on June 30, 2012.
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