Black-and-white photograph of Jones High School students, standing in front of the school building. The children and faculty are all dressed in uniform, a man stands in front holding an American flag. According to the website Orlando: A Visual History found at http:and/www.cfhf.net/orlando/1921.htm the school was constructed 1921-22 and the site on 101 North Parramore Avenue was the third location of the first public school for blacks in Orlando, which was first established in 1895.
Jones High School (Orlando, Fla.) -- Photographs.;
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High school students -- Florida -- Orlando -- Photographs.;
Outdoor photography -- Florida -- Orlando -- Photographs.;
Segregation in education -- Florida -- Orlando -- Photographs.
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Side of Image
Front of Postcard
Orange County Regional History Center
Size of Original Image
20 x 25 cm.
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Electronically reproduced by the Digital Services unit of the University of Central Florida Libraries, Orlando, 2005.
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"Jones High School" (1920). Images of Central Florida. 86.