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83 School class 1935-1936 Tony Gonzalez.jpg
Derby School Class of 1935-36

First row (L to R): Maurine Pittman, Virginia Ellis, Charles Kanaga, Elaine Pendell, Darrell Butterfield, and Jack Edwards;

Second row (L to R:) Miss LaVerne Riblet, Peggy Rosenstiel, Ruth Rankin, Maurine Mohr,…

84 School Building 3rd one 1920s Tony Gonzalez.jpg
The building was built in March of 1924 and served as elementary and high school through spring of 1952. Currently (2021) the Derby Historical Museum is housed in the building.

1683 Main Street Photo 1910s Butch Ewing.jpg
Main Street in Derby was actually Baltimore. This photo is looking north on Baltimore circa early 1910s.

Left side of the back of the first postcard:
Dear Margaret and all,
Am sending just a post card, am ashamed I haven’t written you but I have…

70 Creating Lumber 1910 Tony Gonzalez.jpg
George Freeman and son Fred with their steam tractor powered saw mill cutting lumber for the round barn in 1910.

69 Hardware Store 1900s Tony Gonzalez.jpg
In November 1889 T. D. Wardell moved his hardware business across the street into the ground floor of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows (I. O. O. F.) hall.

Caption on slide was "Wardell Hardware Store, founded in 1888, sold to R. M. Long in…

1929 Main Street looking south 1900s museum.jpg
Main Street in Derby was actually Baltimore. This photo is looking south on Baltimore circa early 1900s.

During the photo scanning process, multiple people had copies of the same photo. We decided to share all the images.

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This is the second school building for Derby but the first one built on the current site of the Derby Historical Museum. The two story wood frame structure cost $2,600 when it was built in 1886 and was later destroyed by a tornado or wind storm in…
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