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Discussion in 'Philadelphia Photos' started by Bixbyte, Sep 8, 2016.
All the Students signed names. Anyone look familiar? Class of 1900.
Rest in pieces, North East Manual.
The Good Old Days!
The Northeast Manual ( Edison School building) was built in 1903, this may have been from the older Northeast Manual school on Howard street below Girard. Digital Collections: The Northeast Manual Training School
This was the first Northeast High School (Manual Training school)....."First northeast high school to be torn down this week" :: George D. McDowell Philadelphia Evening Bulletin Photographs
Also image from 1897
1895 Bromley City of Philadelphia Map
I could not but help see the class president's name Outerbridge and wonder if he was related to the Outerbridge Crossing bridge connecting Staten Island to New Jersey. Named after Eugenius Harvey Outerbridge btw
Eugenius Harvey Outerbridge - Wikipedia
The Outerbridges came from Bermuda and settled in Philadelphia mid-nineteenth century, half stayed and the other half settled further into and did business in NYC.
George W Outerbridge 1881-1967 is indeed a nephew of Eugenius Harvey Outerbridge of SI bridge fame. George apparently lived with his uncle Albert's family in 1900 Census on Germantown Ave.. On further research his father is Alexander E Outerbridge who petitioned Orphan's court around 1887 for $900 a year maintenance for George from an inheritance for his mother who apparently died in childbirth or shortly thereafter and whose estate inherited a portion of her father's estate of George Whitney of George Whitney Outerbridge's grandfather's death in 1885. A trust fund baby.
George Whitney was son of Asa Whitney, one time partner of Mathias Baldwin and his locomotive company from about 1840 to 1847 before starting their own Railroad wheel business. Whitney lived on Logan Square, N 18th street about where the cross town Vine Street Expressway is today.
Columbia University Collection - 1861
George W. Outerbridge graduated from Harvard in 1905 and Medical School at the U of Penn in 1907 and served in France in WWI - an expert in STDs.
George Outerbridge: A Philadelphia Fellow in WWI France
George apparently never married that I could tell. Could not find an obit in a newspaper. Was curious as to where he was buried. etc.
EMMETT O'NEILL JR or His Dad was made President of The Frankford Trust Company in 1914
He signed the year book.
Second column tenth name Down: Charles M. Hilsee - born about 1884 to 1885 in ancestry dot com
Appears he graduated at age 15 or 16 ?
Federal Census 1920 lived in Philadelphia
Charles M Hilsee - Ancestry.com