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Old 09-13-2006, 02:03 PM
 
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I have a 1935 and 1938 Waukegan Township High School year books. Does this school still exist? What is the nearest public library? Would they be interested in having the books? They are NOT for sale, but for donation. They were formerly the property of Albert Curtis... Have NO idea how they came to be in my possession... possibly my husband acquired them at an auction as part of a lot on which he bid. They appear to be in fair shape and include some report cards...
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Old 07-17-2007, 12:35 PM
 
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Yes Waukegan Township H.S. still exists. The Library is called: Waukegan Public Library. You can google the phone #.
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Old 06-29-2011, 04:24 PM
 
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I have a 1935 and 1938 Waukegan Township High School year books. Does this school still exist? What is the nearest public library? Would they be interested in having the books? They are NOT for sale, but for donation. They were formerly the property of Albert Curtis... Have NO idea how they came to be in my possession... possibly my husband acquired them at an auction as part of a lot on which he bid. They appear to be in fair shape and include some report cards...
My mother and father may be in the 1938 one. W. Velladean jonston and Robert L. Clark. They graduated in 1940. I also graduated from there. The school later split into two campuses. The old original campus finally closed. There is a Waukegan public library. If you do decide to sell, I would love to be notified, especially if my parents are in the book.
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