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Site of Graham School

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4 mi. W on US 380; 2 mi. S on FM 399, Graham, TX, USA

Latitude & Longitude: 33° 9' 2.85188000004", -101° 28' 14.5578500004"
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    Second school in the county. Established in 1904 as Graham Chapel School; named for local settler Newt Graham. A school was built on land given by Joe McMahon. Early trustees: McMahon, J. F. Maxey, and J. I. Wilburn. Second building was erected 1915. Upon consolidation with Gossett School in 1930, a brick building was constructed here and named Graham School. It had first gymnasium in the county. It consolidated 1957 with Post School. The building was used as a community center 1959-1963, and was then razed; the present building was erected in 1964. 1969

This page last updated: 7/15/2008

Site of Graham School Historical Marker Location Map, Texas