Class of 1915, Nebraska School for the Deaf, Omaha
Nine women and one man pose for this 6-1/2" x 4" black and white plate. Pictured standing: Addie L. Parkhurst, Bessie E. Hanchett, Jessie A. Bauman, Nellie L. Rutledge, Rosa M. Petersen; and sitting: Catherine M. Kilcoyne, Estella E. Maxwell, Superintendent F.W. Booth, Edith L. Davis, and Bessie E. Isom.
Nebraska. Board of Commissioners of State Institutions
Excerpted from: "Twenty-Third Biennial Report of the Superintendent of the Nebraska School for the Deaf, Omaha, Nebraska" In Second Biennial Report of the Board of Commissioners of State Institutions to the Governor and Legislature of the State of Nebraska for the Biennium Ending November 30, 1916 (Lincoln: Nebraska Board of Commissioners of State Institutions, 1914), plate between pp. 456-457.
Students in the twelfth grade had two coursework options, one for those who planned to pursue college classes and one for those who did not.