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Sat Dec 29 12:36 AM
by John Maness
The white house (Dees Whitley house I think) to the right was at the end of Treemont Drive which was behind the school. My three older brothers grew up their in the 50's My brother Dr. Gregory Jones attended school here in the 50's when it opened, I later went their in the early 70's in second & third grade when Betty Forest was principal,
Thu Dec 31 07:20 AM
by Brenda Foley Carroll
Both of you are right... Elmhurst is across from Ficklen, but the address is probably Berkley Rd. I attended K-4 here, too. I remember Mrs. Wolff, Beth! Also, Mrs. Betty? Forrest was the later principal, when we were in 4th grade, at least. So many fond memories of this place. Crazy what you remember. We'll have to catch up one day!
Tue Nov 10 03:48 PM
by coleen allen
This school is on Berkley Road.
Tue Apr 21 09:50 PM
by Jamie Griffith Merwin
741.6.c.41 : Elmhurst Elementary School construction - My father, James Walter Griffith, Jr., was the architect for this building. I attended elementary school (grades 1-6) here. Mrs. Helen Wolff was the principal.
Fri Feb 6 02:58 PM
by Beth Winstead
This school is off 14th Street, across from Dowdy Ficklen Stadium
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Elmhurst Elementary School, located in a farm field.Date from negative sleeve.
Daily Reflector (Greenville, N.C.)
February 19 , 1955
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