George Washington High School - Monument Yearbook (Cedar Rapids, IA)

 - Class of 1930

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Iff WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL “OUR CAMPUS” ASHINGTON High Sch x l can boast of a campus that is unique and intriguing. It is one of the largest in the middle west in that it takes longer to get from one place to another than on any other known campus. It is the most intriguing in the middle west in that its buildings are scattered in so many different parts of the city, that it commands views, varied and unusual. Above is pictured the school seen across Greene’s Square, a city park which we claim as “Our Campus.” This bit of ground is resplendent all the year—a green haven in the warm months and a white fairyland in the winter. Below in the rear is the State Theatre, “our school auditorium,” where all general assemblies are held. School functions take place here in the morning, so as not to interfere with the news reels and “talkies” of the theatre. TO Till: STATE THEATER Six itiMiMiiniHimii 19 3 0 NiiaiiiiiNiiniiiimtiiiuii

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___THE! CEDRR W V. w. C. A. “OUR CAMPUS” “T GORING across the park toward the V. W. C. A.” might be the title of the above picture. The “Y. W.” is the home of girls’ athletics. There is only one gymnasium in the high school, and as the room is small, it takes the entire day to accommodate all the boys. Therefore, the girls use the “YAW gymnasium during school periods for their health classes, and sometimes at noon and after school for tournaments. Another city building much used by Washington pupils is the Public Library shown below. It is a reliable and near source for information not available in the school library. It supplies material for society debates as well as for class work in Washington. There is almost always a display in the Art Gallery on the second floor. Some famous paintings, many interesting ones, and a fabric exhibition have been shown so far this year. IIMIIMIMIIMII 1 9 3 0' Seven

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