Felton School: 1920 Photo + 1937 Student Photo

1920 photo of Felton School and 1937 photo of Felton School students (courtesy of Howard Rugg). There was a tennis court on one side and the old Felton Community Hall on the other side. Can anyone help identify these kids or share other photos?

Felton School 1920 at current site of Rite Aid Pharmacy, previously Vista Foods.

Felton School 1920 at current site of Rite Aid Pharmacy, previously Vista Foods.

1937 Photo of Felton School kids, courtesy of Howard Rugg:

1937 Photo of Felton School kids, Courtesy of Howard Rugg Collection.

1937 Photo of Felton School kids, Courtesy of Howard Rugg Collection.

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8 Responses to Felton School: 1920 Photo + 1937 Student Photo

  1. Karen Anderson (a member of the Silvey family) says:

    Re the school children, I believe the boy who is third from the left in the top row is Fenton Silvey, my uncle.

    Karen Anderson

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  2. Michael B. Sinnott says:

    First one on the left of the front row is Dave Kurtz.

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  3. vickiwees says:

    Thanks Michael Sinnot! I love learning the names of these kids. I appreciate your time. Vicki

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  4. Bobbie Jeanotte Roberson says:

    Sorry Howard Rugg, ,but the tennis court was between the Community Hall and the school. They were both on the same side of the school. Facing the school that would be on the right side. The Forestry Division was on the left side. ( Its still there ). I was in Felton School from the first grade to the 8th. grade when it closed in 1947. My Brother and 4 sisters went there also.

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