Schools of Allen County, Indiana

This is Not a comprehensive research list of Allen County schools. Most information is collected from photos posted and discussions appearing on social media which can disappear without warning. Eventually web sites, addresses and phone numbers will be added as time permits.

Schools

  1. Elementary Schools
  2. Middle Schools
  3. High Schools

Were any of your ancestors Indiana teachers? If so, they may have passed down their teaching certificate. Read Research Tip: Indiana Teacher Licenses by Meredith Thompson posted August 31, 2016 on the Indiana Genenealogical Society blog.

The first Fort Wayne City Directory 1858-58 listed school buildings at the north-east corner of Washington and Clay (Clay School), and south-west corner of Griffith (now Fairfield) and Jefferson (Jefferson School).

School Work: Finding & Using School Resources in Family History Published on October 26, 2018 by the Allen County Public Library on YouTube.
Presented by the Genealogy Center at the Allen County Public Library Education in the United States has been a fluid process from colonial days to the present. Discover what education-based resources you can utilize when finding your ancestors!

New Free Database - Indiana Schools & Colleges posted by: ACPL Genealogy Center Friday, May 25, 2018 discusses changes to their online databases. Some links are listed below and on our other school pages. 

Allen County, Indiana Yearbooks database Index is at The Genealogy Center at the Allen County Public Library in Fort Wayne, Indiana. You can Search for names in the Central Catholic High School, 1915-1972, and Central High School, 1914-1971, and North Side High School, 1929-2014, and South Side High School, 1923-1974, 1976-1994. The actual hardback books for most years of most local schools are on the shelves in The Genealogy Center at the Allen County Public Library in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Most are not found online for free, but some are available on subscription sites.

Many yearbooks were found on Facebook posts and linked on the Middle and High School pages. They recently disappeared in May 2018 and will be removed eventually if those pages don't reappear.

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Early Schools

On December 15, 1871, the first edition of Edward Eggleston’s The Hoosier School-Master was published. The Hoosier School-Master was lauded by early 20th-century critics for its depiction of rural American life, written with a Hoosier sentimentality. See December 15, 2017 post by Indiana Historical Bureau on Facebook.

It was even made into a movie The Hoosier Schoolmaster by Lewis D. Collins Publication date 1935

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A history of education in Indiana by Boone, Richard Gause, 1849-1923 published in 1892.

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  1. December 7, 1846 Caleb Mills authored the first of his anonymous letters to the Indiana General Assembly calling for the establishment of a public school system. He cited that only one in seven Hoosier adults could read. He also wrote that only 37% of Indiana children attended school and, of those, most attended only a few weeks a year. Mills would author six anonymous addresses to the General Assembly between 1846 and 1851, each spurring the body to take action for public education. Learn more about Caleb Mills' involvement with public schools in the ebook above or go to: Caleb Mills and the Indiana Free School Law in theIndiana Magazine of History Archive at Indiana University Scholarworksposted December 7, 2018 by Indiana Historical Bureau on Facebook.
  2. In January 1849, the Indiana legislature passed a law establishing free common schools (where students didn't have to pay tuition to attend). To raise the funds, free white landowners were assessed a 0.1% property tax each year, plus a flat tax of 25 cents. This law came 6 months after a hotly-contested state referendum on free schools had passed with 56% of the vote. Source: General laws of the state of Indiana, passed at the thirty-third session of the General Assembly (Indianapolis: John D. Defrees, 1849). From FRIDAY FACT posted September 12, 2014 by the Indiana Genenealogical Society on Facebook.
  3. 1856 Jefferson School located at Griffith (now Fairfield) and Jefferson, where McDonald's is located in 2017, photo showing 1856, 1914, and 2015 posted July 6, 2017 on Twitter by FWCS, Fort Wayne Community Schools. Postcard posted July 24, 2017 by Randy Harter, Fort Wayne historian, author, and the history/architecture guide for FortWayneFoodTours.com during discussion on Fort Wayne in the original Planet of the Ape movie post July 23, 2017 on You are positively from Fort Wayne, if you remember... Closed group on Facebook.

    Was listed in the 1880 Fort Wayne City Directory below:

  4. 1857, February 9 - start of Fort Wayne Community Schools based on February 9, 2019 celebration of 162 years old posted on Facebook and Twitter.
  5. 1888, April 26 newspaper item:
    Miss Bertha Evard, teacher in a country school 10 miles from Ft. Wayne, was burned to death Wednesday evening. The lady was sitting by the stove in her school room after the scholars had been sent home when her clothing caught fire. In an instant she was enveloped in flames, and ran down the road to a neighborhood house, fainting at the threshold. Her arms and limbs were frightfully burned. Death speedily came to her relief. The unfortunate girl was a graduate of Ft. Wayne College and was universally respected. Source: Crawfordsville Star newspaper, April 26, 1888 page 3, contributed August 22, 2017 by Karen Zach a fellow INGenWeb county co-ordinator.
    Our ACGSI Members Only page for E. Harper Funeral Home, in New Haven, indicates Bertha Celia Evard was only 17 years old, daughter of James Evard, and died April 18, 1888. Bertha Evard was probably at Milan Township School and buried in Bowers Cemetery where James Evard and Corrilla his wife are also buried. Our ACGSI Cemetery Record match date and age, while DAR cemetery photo date August 19, 1898 and age 23 years and Find A Grave same date age 23 years disagree? BTW - there is an Evard Road a mile or so northwest of the cemetery near Shoaff Park in St. Joseph Township.
  6. 1895 Splinter School in Zanesville on Allen Wells County line photo of named students posted June 26, 2016 on the original Great Memories and History of Fort Wayne, Indiana page on Facebook.
  7. 1897 Old Hoosier School on Lower Huntington Road photo with names posted June 26, 2016 on the original Great Memories and History of Fort Wayne, Indiana page on Facebook.
  8. Allen County, Catalog and Register of Fort Wayne Female College, 1851–1852 Jennifer A. Banning and Callie McCune at Indiana Historical Society.org.
  9. In 1853, somewhere in Fort Wayne, a procession was held celebrating the opening of the first free public school in the city. Read the rest of the story from 1853 silk banner has another side by Frank Gray published May 21, 2013 in The Journal Gazette newspaper.
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  11. School register and grade book, 1888-1889 : Lake township, Allen County, Indiana with fading names in an Archive.org ebook.
  12. Clay School was the first school ever built by the Fort Wayne public schools system. Local school system sprang from the Clay by Kevin Leininger published June 19, 1982 in the archives of The News-Sentinel newspaper. Photo of February 23, 1894 Clay School Fire on the northwest corner of Clay and East Washington posted by WANE-TV NewsChannel 15.

    Was listed on the northwest corner of Clay and Washington in the 1880 Fort Wayne City Directory below:

  13. September 17,1894 Fort Wayne News newspaper article about largest senior high school class 16 boys 24 girls from February 18, 2013 discussion on the original Great Memories and History of Fort Wayne, Indiana page on Facebook.
  14. Aboite Township School Enumeration, 1866-1895, Allen County, Indiana at The Genealogy Center.
  15. Aboite Township School Trustees Records, 1867-1893, Allen County, Indiana at The Genealogy Center.
  16. ABOITE TOWNSHIP ONE-ROOM SCHOOL REUNION by Jim Ellis published November 19, 2008 in theWaynedale News.com.
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  17. Allen County, Indiana school directory (1897) school personnel lists of names in an Archive.org ebook
    An accumulation of annual school directories, typescript or photocopy of typescript. Titles vary: Allen County directory, 1897 ; Allen County teachers for ..., 1898/1899 ; Allen County teachers, 1899/1900-1900/1901 ; Allen County school directory, 1901/1902, 1904/1905-1907/1908, 1909/1910, 1913/1914 ; Allen County teacher's directory, 1902/1903-1903/1904, 1908/1909, 1915/1916-1920/1921 ; Allen County teacher's school directory, 1910/1911, 1914/1915 ; Directory of Allen County teachers, 1911/1912...
  18. Allen County, Indiana school directory (Volume 1897-1921)school personnel lists of names in an Archive.org ebook. Differenet copy of same book above.
    An accumulation of annual school directories, typescript or photocopy of typescript. Titles vary: Allen County directory, 1897 ; Allen County teachers for ..., 1898/1899 ; Allen County teachers, 1899/1900-1900/1901 ; Allen County school directory, 1901/1902, 1904/1905-1907/1908, 1909/1910, 1913/1914 ; Allen County teacher's directory, 1902/1903-1903/1904, 1908/1909, 1915/1916-1920/1921 ; Allen County teacher's school directory, 1910/1911, 1914/1915 ; Directory of Allen County teachers, 1911/1912...
  19. The Early Schools of Indiana: From Papers of D. D. Banta—Fourth Instalment by D. D. Banta, published in 1906, from Indiana Magazine of History, Volume 2, Issue 4, pp 191-194. Posted December 15, 2017 by the Indiana Magazine of History on Facebook. They also have an audio version An “Old School” Holiday Tradition published December 24, 2012 on IndianaPublicMedia.org.
  20. Fort Wayne Public Schools Directories at The Genealogy Center
    1. Directory of Fort Wayne Public Schools, 1929-1930
    2. Directory of Fort Wayne Public Schools, 1933-1934
    3. Directory of Fort Wayne Public Schools, 1950-1951
  21. Fourth annual common school commencement, Allen County Public Schools, Fort Wayne, Ind., June 12, 1909 Publication date 1909
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  22. Harmar School Dedication 1915
  23. 1933-34 photo of 7-8th grade students at unknown school posted September 29, 2017 on the original Great Memories and History of Fort Wayne, Indiana page on Facebook.
  24. In 1969, about half of all students walked or bicycled to school, but today less than 15 percent of all school trips are made by walking or biking. More than half of all children arrive at school by car, according to the Indiana Department of Transportation. Sidewalks to safely connect northeast schools by Sarah Janssen published May 28, 2013 in The Journal Gazette newspaper.
  25. Anthony Wayne Institute - Catalog, Anthony Wayne Institute : a different school founded upon modern methods, for teachers, former teachers and high school graduates ebook on Internet Archive.

  26. Hall's School District No. 2 in Milan Township photo discussion on page 74 of March 2017 Allen County Lines quarterly publication of the Allen County Genealogical Society of Indiana Volume 41 Number 3.
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  27. Hanna School photo posted August 13, 2018 by The History Center on Facebook.
  28. Lakeside School photo posted August 13, 2018 by The History Center on Facebook. Lakeside School was completed in 1898 and held eight classrooms. It was demolished in 1961. Photos posted and discussed September 6, 2018 on You are positively from Fort Wayne, if you remember... Closed group on Facebook
  29. Middletown school in Marion Township photo posted August 13, 2018 by The History Center on Facebook.
  30. Sacred Heart Academy (Fort Wayne, Ind.) 4 titles on Internet Archive
  31. Washington Township school student photo 1959-60 posted June 28, 2015 on the original Great Memories and History of Fort Wayne, Indiana page on Facebook
  32. Wayne Township No. 2 School built in 1889. In 2008 the school was moved from its original Illinois Road location to 1036 Thomas Road to make room for a shopping center. Since then a cigar club and hair salon have occupied it. After sitting empty for a few years, Ruggio is leasing it for Elevation, which has been open for a few days. Copied from Fort Wayne historic schoolhouse filled with peace as Elevation Health Spa opens there Elevation Health Spa holding grand opening Saturday in nearly 130-year-old building. by Lisa Esquivel Long published July 28, 2017 in The News-Sentinel newspaper.
  33. Wayne Township School No. 8, built in 1917, photo posted May 24, 2018 by FWCS, Fort Wayne Community Schools on Twitter.
  34. A celebration of the one hundred and twentieth anniversary of Fort Wayne, 1794-1914 : given at Lakeside Park, October 22, 1914 by Lakeside Normal School (Fort Wayne, Ind.) Publication date 1914
  35. Christmas carols for use in the Fort Wayne public schools by Fort Wayne Community Schools
  36. Pleasant Township School No. 7, a brick school building was built in 1918 at Conners and Yoder roads, the last one-room schoolhouse built in Allen County and the only schoolhouse in the township without a name. 1918 newspapers published notices of solicited bids for the construction of the schoolhouse. Pleasant Township No. 7 continued to operate until 1931. A cornerstone is embedded in the basement floor of Pleasant Township No. 7, noting the details of the building's design and construction. Fort Wayne architects Mahurin and Mahurin designed the building, and Michael Kinder was the builder. The brick schoolhouse replaced a schoolhouse on the property that was deeded to an early settler, Samuel Cary, in 1836. [Kathy] Carrier said there were subsequent owners but no record of who might have sold or donated the property to the school district. Copied from School becomes a home Last one-room schoolhouse built in county marks 100 years by Janet Patterson published May 27, 2018 in The Journal Gazette newspaper.

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Allen County One Room Schools

  1.  1930 Allen County Common Schools at The Genealogy Center
  2. Search Allen County Schools titles, mostly 1920s-1950s directories on Internet Archive
  3. Search Allen County Teachers Institute on Internet Archive
  4. Allen County, Indiana school directory Publication date 1897 on Internet Archive

The Deborah Eidson School Collection at the The Genealogy Center has links to many pages with items like photos of old school books and schools in each township.

Aboite Township
Adams Township
Cedar Creek Township
Eel River Township
Jackson Township
Jefferson Township
Lafayette Township
Lake Township
Madison Township
Marion Township
Maumee Township
Milan Township
Monroe Township
Monroe Township Photographs
Perry Township
Pleasant Township
Scipio Township
Springfield Township
St. Joseph Township
Washington Township A photo of a school on Hillegas Road built between 1850 and 1860, razed in 1900 from the Allen County Community Album and 1910 Fort Wayne Weekly Sentinel newspaper article Allen County District Schools and Some Pioneer Teachers was posted April 25, 2019 and discussed on You are positively from Fort Wayne, if you remember... Closed group on Facebook.
Wayne Township

The Allen County Public Library has her books in their online catalog Search for - one-room schools such as:

  1. One room school houses in Allen County by David L. Drury in 1967
  2. Those by Deborah Klinker Eidson: Allen County, Indiana, one-room school records 1858-1958 2009
  3. Aboite Township one-room schools, Allen County, Indiana, 1837-1947 2011
  4. Adams Township one-room schools, Allen County, Indiana, 1829-1930 2012
  5. Cedar Creek Township one-room schools, Allen County, Indiana, 1837-1936 2012
  6. Eel River Township one-room schools, Allen County, Indiana, 1837-1936 2012
  7. Jackson Township one-room schools, Allen County, Indiana, 1854-1936 2012
  8. Lake Township one-room schools, Allen County, Indiana 1844-1928 2013
  9. Perry Township one-room schools, Allen County, Indiana, 1835-1922 2012

Photo of an 1850s log cabin school house on the corner of Wallen and Fritz Roads was posted May 14, 2015 by the original Great Memories and History of Fort Wayne, Indiana page on Facebook.

EACS - East Allen County Schools - Dream It, Do It videos of alumni and more.

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Colleges

The Fort Wayne Americana Collection at Internet Archive may have over 10,000 local college yearbooks

Concordia College

Concordia College (Fort Wayne, Ind.) search over a dozen titles 

Fort Wayne Female College

Catalogue and register of the Fort Wayne Female College by Fort Wayne Female College Publication date 1854   - other Catalogues

Fort Wayne Art School

1926 yearbook 74 photos

Indiana Tech

Indiana Technical College 1956 125 photos.

IPFW - Indiana Purdue Fort Wayne

IPFW’s 50th anniversary Years in city celebrated University lauds growth, opportunities by Vivian Sade published August 24, 2014 in The Journal Gazette newspaper. Digital Special 50 Years of IPFW by The News-Sentinel newspaper. IPFW Celebrates 50 Years in Higher Education video on IPFW YouTube. Over 1,200 issues of The Communicator student newspaper are on Internet Archive. Why the Mastodon? - IPFW at IPFW - Indiana Purdue Fort Wayne. April 26, 2018 discussion of September 14, 2004 The News-Sentinel newspaper article on installing the mastodon mascot outdoor statue on You are positively from Fort Wayne, if you remember... Closed group on Facebook.

Additional Information

  1. Indiana State Library Digital Collections has many items including an 1896 book Indiana Foot Ball featuring Fort Wayne (Central) H.S. football team posted May 16, 2019 on You are positively from Fort Wayne, if you remember... Closed group on Facebook.
  2. Over 450 Comments July 23, 2017 on first school seniors 60 and over went to in Fort Wayne discussion on You are positively from Fort Wayne, if you remember... Closed group on Facebook.
  3. Plants grown by School Children's Flower & Vegetable Association for school kids on Facebook since the early 1920s by the City of Fort Wayne Parks and Recreation School Children's Flower & Vegtable Association program discussed July 18, 2017 on You know you've lived in Fort Wayne too long when... closed Facebook groupand again July 18, 2017 on You are positively from Fort Wayne, if you remember... Closed group on Facebook.
  4. One room schoolhouse discussion August 9, 2015 on You know you've lived in Fort Wayne too long when... closed Facebook group.
  5. School restores name in new home story about St. Rose of Lima Catholic School in the former East Allen County Schools Monroeville Elementary School building by Ryan Schnurr was published February 17, 2014 on INFortWayne.com.
  6. Research Tip: Indiana Teacher Licenses by Meredith Thompson published August 31, 2016 on the Indiana Genealogical Society blog. Beginning in the mid-1800s, if someone wanted to be a teacher, they had to apply to get a teacher's license, which could be issued either by the county or the state. If it was issued by the county, the license could only be used for teaching in that particular county - a move to another county meant they would have to apply for another license. If it was issued by the state, however, the license was good for teaching in any county. Copied from the IGS blog.
  7. Tracking Down One-Room Schools was published March 23, 2009 in The News-Sentinel newspaper
  8. Yearbooks are also online at Old-Yearbooks.com
  9. Aboite Township School No. 5, Center & Homestead Roads, Fort Wayne, Allen County, IN from the Library of Congress Historic American Buildings Survey, Engineering Record, Landscapes Survey
  10. Pleasant Township School, Smith & Ferguson Roads, Fort Wayne, Allen County, IN 7 hand drawn images at the Library of Congress Historic American Buildings Survey, Engineering Record, Landscapes Survey site plan at LOC Prints & Photographs Online Catalog (PPOC).
  11. On August 12, 1889, Zerna Sharp, credited as the originator of the concept for Dick and Jane textbooks, was born in Hillisburg. Sharp taught elementary school in Indiana, before taking a job as a textbook consultant. She believed children were expected to learn too many new words at once, which discouraged their interest in reading. In response, she created the Dick and Jane illustrated primers, which followed the adventures of a brother and sister. Children she observed playing on the beach in Chicago inspired the dialogue and plot, making the tales realistic for her young readers. Schools used these book widely from the 1930s through the 1970s. Copied from August 12, 2018 post by Indiana Historical Bureau on Facebook.
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School Books on Archive.org

Still need to sort and move these titles to the correct page.

  1. A celebration of the one hundred and twentieth anniversary of Fort Wayne, 1794-1914 : given at Lakeside Park, October 22, 1914,Lakeside Normal School (Fort Wayne, Ind.)
  2. Allen County Common Schools annual commencement (Volume yr. 1911)
  3. Allen County, Indiana school directory An accumulation of annual school directories, typescript or photocopy of typescript. Titles vary: Allen County directory, 1897 ; Allen County teachers for ..., 1898/1899 ; Allen County teachers, 1899/1900-1900/1901 ; Allen County school directory, 1901/1902, 1904/1905-1907/1908, 1909/1910, 1913/1914 ; Allen County teacher's directory, 1902/1903-1903/1904, 1908/1909, 1915/1916-1920/1921 ; Allen County teacher's school directory, 1910/1911, 1914/1915 ; Directory of Allen County teachers, 1911/1912...
  4. Allen County Teachers' Institute (Volume yr.1915)
  5. An investigation of certain phases of the reorganization movement in the grammar grades of Indiana public schools (1918) - Childs, Hubert Guy, 1871-
  6. Annual catalog and prospectus (Volume yr.1920) - Sacred Heart Academy (Fort Wayne, Ind.)
  7. Annual catalog and prospectus (Volume yr.1923) - Sacred Heart Academy (Fort Wayne, Ind.)
  8. The Caldron (Volume yr.1911) - Fort Wayne High and Manual Training School (Fort Wayne, Ind.)
  9. The Caldron (Volume yr.1914) - Fort Wayne High and Manual Training School (Fort Wayne, Ind.)
  10. The Caldron (Volume yr.1916) - Fort Wayne High and Manual Training School (Fort Wayne, Ind.)
  11. The Caldron (Volume yr.1917) - Fort Wayne High and Manual Training School (Fort Wayne, Ind.)
  12. The Caldron (Volume yr.1918) - Fort Wayne High and Manual Training School (Fort Wayne, Ind.)
  13. The Caldron (Volume yr.1919) - Fort Wayne High and Manual Training School (Fort Wayne, Ind.)
  14. The Caldron (Volume yr.1920) - Fort Wayne High and Manual Training School (Fort Wayne, Ind.)
  15. Catalog, Anthony Wayne Institute : a different school founded upon modern methods, for teachers, former teachers and high school graduates (1920) - Anthony Wayne Institute (Fort Wayne, Ind.), Includes partial list of former students
  16. Catalogue and register of the Fort Wayne Female College (Volume yr.1853-1854) - Fort Wayne Female College
  17. Catalogue and register of the Fort Wayne Female College and Fort Wayne Collegiate Institute for the year ending April 25, 1855 - Fort Wayne Female College, Catalogue for the year 1853 issued solely by the Female College
  18. Catalogue and register of the Fort Wayne College : Fort Wayne, Indiana (Volume yr.1889-1890) - Fort Wayne College (Fort Wayne, Ind.)
  19. Catalogue of Taylor University (Volume yr. 1891-92) - Taylor University (Fort Wayne, Ind.)
  20. The C.C.H.S. record : souvenir history of the Central Catholic High School, Fort Wayne, Indiana, 1909-1918
  21. Christmas carols for use in the Fort Wayne public schools - Fort Wayne Community Schools
  22. The Concordian (Volume yr.1916) - Concordia College (Fort Wayne, Ind.)
  23. The Concordian (Volume yr.1917) - Concordia College (Fort Wayne, Ind.)
  24. The Concordian (Volume yr.1918) - Concordia College (Fort Wayne, Ind.)
  25. The Concordian (Volume yr.1919) - Concordia College (Fort Wayne, Ind.) [Incorrectly labeled 1916]
  26. Dairying Part III...(1911) - Correspondence College of Agriculture , Fort Wayne, Ind , Edward Holyoke Farrington , Correspondence College of Agriculture
  27. Dedication of Harmar School on Friday, October Twenty-two, Nineteen Fifteen - Harmar School
  28. The echo (Volume yr.1915-1916) - Central Catholic High School (Fort Wayne, Ind.). Some issues lack numbering or date
  29. The echo (Volume yr. 1918-19) - Central Catholic High School (Fort Wayne, Ind.)
  30. The echo (Volume yr.1920-1921) - Central Catholic High School (Fort Wayne, Ind.)
  31. The Eniauton of .. (Volume yr.1897) - Fort Wayne High School (Fort Wayne, Ind.)
  32. The Eniauton of .. (Volume yr.1900) - Fort Wayne High School (Fort Wayne, Ind.).
  33. The Eniauton of .. (Volume yr.1901) - Fort Wayne High School (Fort Wayne, Ind.)
  34. The Eniauton of .. (Volume yr.1901) - Fort Wayne High School (Fort Wayne, Ind.). Former title: Vedette, 1896, 1898-99
  35. The Eniauton of .. (Volume yr.1902) - Fort Wayne High School (Fort Wayne, Ind.)
  36. Fourth annual common school commencement, Allen County Public Schools, Fort Wayne, Ind., June 12, 1909
  37. The Fort Wayne College index (Volume 1, no.5), description based on: v.1, no. 5 (August 1885)
  38. Fort Wayne College of Medicine ... annual announcement (Volume yr. 1885-86) - Fort Wayne College of Medicine
  39. Fort Wayne College of Medicine ... annual announcement (Volume yr.1887-1888) - Fort Wayne College of Medicine
  40. Fort Wayne College of Medicine ... annual announcement 1905 - Fort Wayne College of Medicine
  41. Laws of Indiana Relating to the Public School System (1917) - Indiana, Indiana Dept. of Public Instruction
  42. Fort Wayne public schools - Abbett, Merle J
  43. Instruction book with illustrations for Sewing and Fitting Course... to be used only as a guide and partial study in the expert course in dressmaking (1911) - Van Ame, Emma W. "Mrs. W. E. Van Ame." [from old catalog], printed for S. T. Taylor Schools Fort Wayne, Indiana
  44. The Pioneer (Volume yr.1915) - Concordia College (Fort Wayne, Ind.)
  45. Report of the public schools of Fort Wayne, Indiana, with announcements for ... and the rules and regulations, and the course of study (1907-1908)
  46. Ross College of Chiropractic (1921-1922) - Thirteenth Annual Annoucement, Ross College of Chiropractic of Fort Wayne, Indiana, Includes index : p. 32
  47. School laws enacted by the General assemblies of 1913 and 1915 - Indiana. Laws, statutes, etc
  48. School laws enacted by the General assembly of 1919: Special session of ... - Indiana, Benjamin J. Burris, Indiana. Dept. of Public Instruction
  49. School records of Lester [i.e. John] Berry, 1912-1919 - Berry, John. cn, page 12 is the 1917 graduating class of Allen County Common Schools
  50. The Symposium (Volume 1890-1891) - Taylor University (Fort Wayne, Ind.)
  51. Taps (Volume yr.1922) - Concordia College (Fort Wayne, Ind.)
  52. Uniform course of study for the high schools of Indiana - Indiana. Dept. of Public Instruction
  53. Vedette (Fort Wayne, Ind.) (Volume yr.1898) - Fort Wayne High School (Fort Wayne, Ind.), description based on: 1896
  54. Yearbook 1921 - Lutheran Hospital of Fort Wayne, Inc. School of Nursing

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