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Disgraceful exhibits of hostility took place in the hanging in effigy of the new school supporters." <ref>History of Smithville & Surrounding Area: 1776-1976 - In celebration of the American Revolution bicentennial. p. 85. </ref>
  
 
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Latest revision as of 10:25, 17 September 2022

Smithville Collegiate Institute
Location
2nd & 3rd floor, Willamen building
Smithville, Ohio, Wayne County, Ohio, 44677
United States
Information
School type Educational Services Colleges / Universities / and Professional Schools
Principal Quincy Leckrone


General information
Country United States

"Professor John B. Eberly tried to hire Quincy Leckrone, but no deal was reached. The Smithville, Ohio citizens encouraged a independent school. At close of first day of classes Quincy Leckrone was issued an injunction barring him from further activities with this new school as he was under contract to teach at the Eberly School. Eberly lost the case and Mr. Leckrone resumed charge of the school.

Due to unknown circumstances the school came to a half not finishing the half year.

Disgraceful exhibits of hostility took place in the hanging in effigy of the new school supporters." [1]

History

Owners

Tenants

Historical Documents

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Gallery

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Newspaper Articles

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Reference

  1. History of Smithville & Surrounding Area: 1776-1976 - In celebration of the American Revolution bicentennial. p. 85.

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