Clark County, Ohio

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Springfield in 1868

From Springfield Directory for 1868-9, Williams & Co., 1868


SCHOOL DEPARTMENT.

BOARD OF EDUCATION:
Meets in Phœnix Block.

J. D. Sharon, President J. W. Coles, Secretary

J. D. Sharon, J. W. Coles, Isaac Kay, Wm. C. Frye, Rev. J. Dunlap and J. M. Deardoff.

Estern School House, north-east corner of High and Pen streets. Alfred Criley, Principal

Western school House, north side of Main street near Plum. John Rowe, Principal

Greenway Boarding School, north side of Main street east of Railroad Crossing. Rev. Chandler Robbins, Principal and Proprietor; S. S. Carpenter, Assistant.

Wittenberg College, one-half mile from the Post Office, north of Buck Creek. Rev. Samuel Sprecher, D. D., President

Springfield Female Seminary, west side of Limestone street north of Buck Creek. Rev. James L. Rodgers, Principal.

Springfield Female College, north side of High street between Spring and Foster. James H. Herron, President.





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