‘How We Come to School’ — Pleasant Plains High School, 1924

Courtesy Pleasant Plains Public Library

Courtesy Prairie Skies Public Library District,  Pleasant Plains branch

Page 68 of The Anchor, the yearbook of Pleasant Plains Township High School’s class of 1924, suggested most students commuted to school via horseback or buggy, though a few groups posed with automobiles.

The class will, below, suggests high school preoccupations don’t change much, although the ways of expressing them sometimes do.


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