Gallatin Theatre - previously the High School
High School, later, the Theatre
Thanks to Bill Davis for the school picture on the left
In the mid-1930's it was the home of the Gallatin County News.
|“Mollie Lewis, a colored girl, from Cincinnati, opened a school about two weeks ago in Warsaw, for the education of colored children. The school is said to be prosperous and well conducted. It has 31 day and 11 night pupils.” Courier-Journal, January 24,1870|
High School Building, c. 1950's
|The Female Department||1867 Academy Description||The Male Department|
|The Warsaw Academy (on Park Avenue)|
|The Warsaw Male and Female College's charter from the Kentucky legislature is here.|
|An early Gallatin School picture
That's Birdie Brown in the front row, center.
|Warsaw Institute, 1905
More on this image is here.
There's a new high school coming to Warsaw.
Aerial View of Gallatin County Schools, 1965
|An early Warsaw
Worst. Colorizing. Ever.
|The Gallatin County Wildcats that went
to the State Tournament in 1959. Read all
about it, here. Who's who in the photo, here.
|1918-1919 Gallatin Girls
|GCHS Class of 1952
||Christmas, 1977: Jane Morris (3rd),
Sara Lamping (1st), Debbie Sloan (1st),
Emma Parker (3rd), Doris Ogburn (2nd).
front, Ann Young(1st & 2nd) Edith Courtney (2nd).
|1979 Elementary Teachers: Debbie
Sloan, Kathy Redden, Jane Morris, Ann
Young, Sara Lamping, E. B. Parker, and
Lunchroom Staff, 1970-1971
|Gallatin County Senior (?) Class of (?)
from the left, Eddie Craig, unknown, Roy
Anderson, Flora Adkins, and Russell Ashcraft
|Warsaw High School Class,
Freshman Class, 1931. Folks
partially identified here.
|Class of 1932|
Before there were in-service days, teachers attended institutes. The image below is likely from such an institute. Here's a program from a 1878 Warsaw Institute.
This one's a puzzler. The photographer was Warsaw's O'Neal's, but
who and where this is . . . beats us. Thoughts?
If you can identify anybody on any of these pictures, We're always happy to add
that kind of information. You can email us by clicking here.