East Liverpool Historical Society

We had a high school library and we had free use of the Public Library across the street.

[Humor Alert] East Liverpool High School was a equal opportunity educator.

During the 1961-62 school year a group of teachers gathered for lunch in Room 108 daily. In this picture Mr. Misconish, Mr. Baldwin, Mr. Ridenour, and Mr. Monasky.

This room was located on either the first or second floor on the Broadway side of the building. You can see the Smith Auto Parts signs across the street.

Varsity Club meeting. This room is in a different place in the building. Outside the window is a interesting building that shows up in a couple of these pictures. We can't identify the building perhaps someone can and will let us know. I think this room is probably on the second floor or maybe even the third floor.

That same building or house seems to be visible through the windows from this room too.

Somewhere in the basement the boilers provided heat and hot water.

Great aromas filled the hallways at times from this room. Notice how different "cooking" room looked now from how it looked in 1915.

Yearbook office.

The office where the Keramos Echo, the school paper was created.

Board of Education office

The dreaded words some hear, "Go to the Principal's Office."

Science education.

Memorial Auditorium


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