Schools Featured In New Book Chattanooga In Old Photos

Saturday, December 15, 2018

Chattanooga schools are featured in the new book Chattanooga in Old Photos, sponsored by Chattanoogan.com.

There are scenes of McCallie School in 1910 as well as the 1927 football squad. The Baylor School quadrangle and campus by the river are also included.

Other old photos are of Bright School, the old Chattanooga High, Clifton Hills Elementary, Eastside Elementary, Highland Park Grammar School, H.

Clay Evans School, Hardy Junior High, Lookout Junior High, Missionary Ridge School, Howard School (including the 1965 band), Kirkman Tech, the Third District School and James A. Henry School. 

There are several showing Central High School when it was on Dodds Avenue at the foot of Missionary Ridge.

There are photos of "the brick people" that adorned Highland Park and Red Bank schools.

UTC's campus is featured, including several of the old UC days.

Chattanooga in Old Photos is available at Zarzours Restaurant on the Southside.

It is the fourth book in the collection called the Chattanooga Photo Books. The others are The Remarkable Stokes Collection, Railroads in and Around Chattanooga and Paul Hiener's Historic Chattanooga.

The new book includes almost 300 pages. It features hundreds of scenes from downtown, local landmarks, rivers and streams, parades, medical, banks, churches, entertainment, hotels, motels and apartments, restaurants, parks and cemeteries and auto and livery.

Zarzour's is on Rossville Avenue behind the Fire Hall #1 on Main Street. Other books in the Chattanooga Photo Series can be purchased there from Shannon Fuller. 

Cost for each of the books is $35, which includes the sales tax.  Those who want the books mailed to them can send $40 to John Wilson, PO Box 2331, Chattanooga, Tn., 37409.

Please make checks out to John Wilson - not to Chattanoogan.com.

 

 


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