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Nazareth School, Burlington

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Title: Nazareth School, Burlington

Photographer

  • McAllister, L. L. (Louis L.), 1877-1963

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Extent: 1 image

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A group of graduates, identified in St. Joseph parish history as Class of 1958, gather in front of the school for a formal class photo. Msgr. Charles Marcoux stands at the center of the group. Boys wear solid colored robes and are in the back rows. The girls are in white robes and are in the front. Photo #3. 8th grade graduates at Nazareth School (later called St Joseph Parish School) at 20 Allen Street in Burlington. Closed 2010. Photo #3.

Genre(s): photographs, black-and-white photographs

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Note [Digital Version]

2007-12-21, Center for Digital Initiatives, University of Vermont Libraries

Type of Resource: still image

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http://cdi.uvm.edu/collections/item/mcalA08F07i01

Preferred citation

Nazareth School, Burlington, Louis L. McAllister Photographs, Box A08, Folder 07, Item 01, http://cdi.uvm.edu/collections/item/mcalA08F07i01 (accessed July 24, 2014)

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This is eigth-grade graduating class at Nazareth School (now called St Joseph's School) on Allen Street in Burlington. The photo is taken in front of the school.

- Guest

Nazareth school...looks like a repeat photo

- Guest

THIS IS A GRADUATING CLASS FROM NAZARETH SCHOOL

- Guest

If I remember right, after St. Joseph's closed the Burlington School District rented the building from the diocese briefly while renovation was done on Barnes as part of its' reinvention as the magnet Sustainability Academy. It would've've been an interesting experience for anyone who transferred to go to parochial and public school in the same building with different teachers - did anyone? Might be worth asking, maybe through the Young Writers' Project?

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