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Built in the most advanced Techniques of 1925, the Administration Building has seen the
arrival and departure of thousands of students, many of them the parents of students at-
tending Garfield today.
This building knew intimately many young and eager faculty members, who gave of
themselves for the advancement and education of their students. Some are gone forever,
others, enriched in mind and experience, serve us as only the wise and kindly can serve.
The Administration Building, known to all as the 200 Building, saw the birth and growth
of Garfield's time-honored clubs and traditions, of sports and socials, of triumphs and defeats.
Yes, the Administration Building as we knew it is gone, but not the progressive and
modern spirit of Garfield High School. Handicapped as we were, through this school year
of 1954-1955, our accomplishments are notable.
Here are the highlights of Garfield's activities and successes. Here, also, you will meet
the students, faculty, and friends who made these fine things possible. You will find that the
students are exemplifying the famous words of James A. Garfield:
"There is no American youth however poor, however humble, orphan though he may be,
who may not rise through all grades of society and become the crown, the glory, the pillar
of his state . . . provided he have . . .
A CLEAR HEAD
A TRUE HEART
A STRONG ARM
Above you see the Administra-
tion Building as it is now, dur-
ing the construction, and to the
right you see the artist's con-
ception of what the new Admin-
istration Building will look like
when it is completed.”