(80) Student Photographs. Many are named, dated, signed, and have writing on the backs. The smallest photos are on perforated stamps. One of the photos is of the first School Queen in 1958.
(19) Student Name Cards.
(5) Locks of Hair on Cards With Young Ladies Typed Names.
1960 Christmas Dance Ticket & Stub (ticket #3)
Miniature Englewood H.S. Pennant with a Ram
Cut Out picture of a Young Man in a Baseball Uniform
Student Readmission Sheet (blank)
1962 - 1963 Englewood High School Senior Girls Club Membership Card
1963 Junior - Senior Prom Senior Reservation Ticket
Senior Pass Card (missing photo ?)
Signed Excuse Slip
The Councils Business Card
All of these items for one price! To judge the sizes the largest photograph (upper left) measures about 2-1/2'' x 3-1/2''. These items appear to range from excellent to mint condition as pictured. Below here, for reference, is some additional information about Englewood High School:
Englewood High School
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Type: Public school
Principal: Corey Wright
Administration staff: 116
Location: Jacksonville, Florida, U.S.A.
Colors: Black and Gold
Englewood High School is a public high school in Jacksonville, Florida's Southside. Rich in tradition and pride, Englewood High School was constructed in 1956 and exemplifies the concept of a ''neighborhood school''. Located on 37 acres on the Southside of Jacksonville, Florida, this school is one of the 21 high schools in Duval County Public School System. The school is located at 4412 Barnes Road, which is approximately 1/2 mile north of the I-95 and University Boulevard intersection. Englewood is said to have a population of about 2,000 students, which includes over 500 students from over fifty different countries.
The Englewood High School facility contains seventy-three classrooms, including technology and art buildings. On the grounds they have an auditorium, gymnasium, band and chorus wing, cafeteria, swimming pool, football stadium, two field houses, baseball and softball fields, media center, television studio, and an administrative suite.
Although Englewood is not a magnet school, they still offer their students college preparatory courses, technical and vocational training, a military science program, in addition to the specialized E.S.O.L. and E.S.E. programs, which address the unique needs of the diverse student population. Almost every classroom is equipped with student computer stations, which are connected to the internet, and a laser printer which provides students access to various computer programs to practice the skills and knowledge learned throughout the curriculum. Every teacher has a laptop for instructional use and has completed a minimum of 15 hours of training on the use of the equipment.