Summary: Donor's father, William John Connery, trained with the RAF in Fort Worth during 1917. While in Fort Worth, he taught classes at the Negro High School. These photos are from that experience. William John Connery may be the man in uniform in the rear of the classroom in the photograph above. Originally called Colored High School, later changed to I. M. Terrell High, 1201 E. 13th St.
Above: "Classroom, Negro School" 4 by 5 inches, glossy sepia. Students seated at desks, female teacher standing by blackboard with uniformed man.
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