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"Dyed-In-Wool" Southerner On Civil Rights
Student description of the Sunday night program guest speaker Mrs. Sarah Patton, speaking about civil rights in Pendleton Hall.
"4TH REICH EXPOSED"
Student article exposing the fascist regime infiltrating the rightist movement of student led clubs of EHS. Created for entertainment.
"American Test Today" EHS Chronicle Cartoon
A cartoon of a prehistoric cave-person banging on a drum. The cartoon says "A-M-E-R-I-C-A-N--T-E-S-T--T-O-D-A-Y--"
"Big Henry" Dies
Episcopal High School's head cook, an African-American, dies of a heart attack after a 17-year-long tenure in October of 1968.
"Class Officers Elected by the Underclassmen"
Newspaper article about the election of monitors who were elected by each underclassmen grade. The monitors represent their class with positions such as: president, vice president, and secretary treasurer.
"Daemon_1968 Fall_Editor's Comment"
A short story about God published in Daemon
"Dyed in Wool" Southerner on Civil Rights
An account of a civil rights speaker at EHS.
"Ellington and Bell to Play at Finals"
An EHS student writes about the background of Duke Ellington and Milton Bell and their upcoming performance at the Finals dance in 1954.
"From The Proceedings" EHS News, Fall 1965
The article reports a reaffirmation by the Board of Trustees concerning the school mission statement and admissions policy.