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Can you name the location?
good old drury high school


What was the Season?
winter

Can you name the location?
Colegrove Park

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It's Colegrove Park, with Drury High School in the background. Judging by the condition of the steps, lamps, etc., I would place it in the 1940's or '50's, in early winter or very late fall.


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note: no portable classrooms of the 70's....


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Drury Mother on th Hill, time but adds to faith in thee for we are all the children still and loyal will will ever be.


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Right on!!!! Graduated from here in 61


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Thank God they didn't tear it down like everything else in North Adams!!!!!


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This picture of Drury, warms my heart!...I can still remember all the words of our Alma Mater...almost 50 years ago...my son just cannot believe I can still sing it but, faithful we will ever be!!!! Drury, I'm glad your still there.


Can you name the location?
The Real Drury High School

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The room at far left upstairs was Study Hall "C". It was my home room and Mr Mark Murray was home room advisor and wood shop teacher.I Graduated in 1950. Paul Bombardier


Can you name the location?
The Real Drury High School

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The room at far left upstairs was Study Hall "C". It was my home room and Mr Mark Murray was home room advisor and wood shop teacher.I Graduated in 1950.


What was the Season?
fall

Can you name any of the people?
No

Can you name the location?
Colegrove Park - front of Drury High School

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Nathan Drury's house! I graduated in '65 - Bruce and sister,Marcy in '57 and Dad, "Yut" (Julius) Sokolove in '29. What memories! Randy Trabold was the greatest!


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