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Utah school register [Bountiful /Farmington?]

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English
Utah : [s.n.], 1905
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This is a school record of 1904-05 with the teacher being Louise Clark.

This is a record book that was printed with the forms and columns by the Deseret News Printers in 1902 and appears to have been used by teachers of that time period.

There is a listing of the students names with columns of months and various letters what they represent is unknown.

There are several empty pages, however, at the end is a general summary with penciled in numbers.

A typewritten page attached shows the schedule with the time of day and the subject matter for those time slots for grades 1-8.

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