This postcard shows a view of the first high school in St. Peter, which was built in 1870. It is shown at left. At right is the new high school, which was built in 1907. Both buildings faced east along Fifth Street, between Grace and Nassau Streets.
This postcard shows a view of two schools in St. Peter. At left is the 1870 school, which was the first high school. At right, is the 1907 school, which replaced the 1870 school as the new high school. Both buildings faced Fifth Street, between Grace and Nassau Streets.
This postcard shows the new St. Peter high school that was located on the southwest corner of the intersection of Fifth and Nassau streets, facing Fifth street. The school, shown at right, was built in 1907. The school at left was built in the early 1870s as the first high school in St. Peter.
This postcard shows the Public School building in Nicollet that was used prior to the construction of the Consolidated School in 1916. A portion of the old water town can be seen at the far right of the postcard.
Exterior view of the Hancock Public School surrounded by a color lithograph floral frame. Copyright 1908 by Fred C. Lounsbury. Note on the back to Caroline Mork, Starbuck Hospital, from Annie. See also 84.119.36.
Real photographic postcard showing the front exterior of the Public School in Prior Lake. The image shows the school shortly after it was constructed. It was a two story brick faade with a bell tower. Printed vertically on the card to the right of the image is "Public School, Prior Lake, Minn." The card is used and is addressed to Miss. Minnie Kintzie of Shakopee. The message reads "Dear Teacher/How are you getting along now. We had a good the Forth July did you. That will be all for this time. Good by Elizabeth Ries."