Crockett Vocational High: 1919


The government-sponsored Smith-Hughes program continues to provide funds for up to date equipment, which makes Crockett Vocational High , one of the best equipped vocational schools in the country.   Indeed, the print shop is equal to none and begins printing the official documents for the school board

and for other schools.  Because of their print shop, it's been obvious to some of us that Crockett Vocational must have printed a yearbook for their own school.  But nothing surfaced until now (February 2011).  We thank Memphis attorney and historian, George Whitworth, for allowing us to reproduce his 1919 "The Craftsman".   Now, we are more convinced than ever, that there must also be a 1918 and a 1920 "The Craftsman" around.


Crockett Vocational High The Craftsman - 1919

Thanks to George Whitworth for allowing us to reproduce his copy of the 1919 "Craftsman"

Thanks to Maureen Thoni White, for scanning the 1919 "Craftsman"

Cover:  Seniors Page 1:  Seniors Page 2:  Seniors Page 3:  Seniors

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Page 4:  Valedictory Address Page 5:  Salutatory Address Page 6: Welcome Address Page 7 - Advertising

The Craftsman .  Vol 1 . No 10 . Senior Edition  .  February 14, 1919

Mid-Winter Class of 1919:  Harriette Alleen Baker, Sofia Carlson, Joseph Kaplan, Sadie Mincer, Helen Miller, James Lucian. Pentz, Iris Perry, Milwee Overton Pledger, Charles V. Scott, and Thomas J. Spalding


Did you know that the school colors at this time were Red and Gold?