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First grade class at State Street School, Topeka

Schrock, John Edward

This photograph shows the first grade class at State Street Elementary School, taught by Miss Hunt. It was taken shortly after Topeka elementary schools were racially integrated in the wake of the Supreme Court ruling in the case Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka. Prior to this decision, which made segregated schools unconstitutional, State Street had been a school for white children only.

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Lincoln School, Topeka, Kansas

Schrock, John Edward

This is a photograph of a sixth grade class at Lincoln School, Topeka, Kansas. The teacher was J. M. McConkey and the student teacher was Marilyn Rogge. Originally, Lincoln School was built to house both junior high and grade school students, but it became solely an elementary school when East Topeka Junior High was constructed in 1936. The class is integrated.

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Fifth grade students at Belvoir Grade School in Topeka, Kansas

This is a photograph showing fifth grade students at Belvoir Grade School in Topeka, Kansas. The children are identified on the back of the photograph. The teacher was Mrs. Boaz. It was an integrated classroom.

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