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Cleveland Union Free School - Incorporation

Excerpt above taken from Landmarks of Oswego County, New York, p.504

Cleveland Union Free School - Incorporation

1895, p.504

Landmarks of Oswego County, New York


The Cleveland Union Free School, the only incorporated educational institution in Constantia, was organized in Cleveland village May 18, 1885, with the following Board of Education: James Gallagher, president; Dr. Foster F. Potter, secretary; George Harding, Edward Crispin, and G. W. Morenus, all of whom served until 1889. L. F. Riter has been treasurer since the organization. March 9, 1889, Mr. Gallagher resigned and George Harding was chosen president and Albert C. Whitney elected trustee. June 28, 1889, G. W. Morenus became president, vice Harding resigned; January 7, 1890, he resigned
and Mr. Harding was again elected president. May 4, 1891, Mr. Morenus resigned and George Baker was chosen trustee to fill the vacancy; at the same time James Gallagher became trustee in place of Dr. F. F. Potter. March 7, 1892, George Harding resigned as president and Mr. Gallagher was elected to the position.

Other changes have occurred in the board by which John P. Kime became a member.  The Board of Education for 1894?5 consists of:

James Gallagher,
R. M. Bernhard,
George Baker,
Frederick Kime, and
W. G. Babcock.

The officers are as follows: James Gallagher, president; R. M. Bernhard, secretary;
L. F. Riter, treasurer; B. Tracy, collector; W. J. Somers, librarian. The faculty consists of Wesley J. Somers, principal; Miss Anna Kimbar, assistant; Miss May Breed, intermediate department; Mabel L. Wart, primary; Miss Mabel Bernhard, assistant.
The course of study is divided into ten grades, and the school has a well selected library of several hundred volumes.

Excerpt above taken from Landmarks of Oswego County, New York, p.504

Date1895
Linked toCleveland Union Free School, Caswell Street, Cleveland, Oswego, New York; Landmarks of Oswego County

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