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Last graduating class of the Salem Boys’ School (Class of 1910)

Last graduating class of the Salem Boys' School (Class of 1910)

This photograph is labeled “Last graduating class / Salem Boys [sic] School / James Curryman [Perryman], next to last / Boy [sic] on the right center row / James Curryman’s [Perryman’s] class / Salem Boys School / Class of 1910.”

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  1. My sisters and I think it is our Great Uncle Robah Gray White (1891-1963) in the second (seated) row, second from the left. He was the brother of our Grandmother, Ethel Louise White Reece, who, incidentally, graduated from Salem College, as did our mother, Mary Elizabeth Reece Reynolds.

  2. This is of my Great Uncle James Miller Perryman. He and his family lived on Salt St. for awhile until he built a home for him and his sister Anna Gertrude Perryman on Walnut St. in Old Salem. Anna Gertrude Perryman graduated from Salem College in 1913 and worked as the treasurer and secretary from her graduation until her retirement in 1957. Her and her brother James lived in Old Salem until they both went to Salemtowne and lived there until their death.

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