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William Booth School records, 1924-1958
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This collection contains school registers from the William Booth School, an elementary school located at the Lytton Springs Orphanage, north of Healdsburg, California. The records date from the second school, following the loss of the original school in 1923.
The William Booth elementary school was located on the grounds of the Lytton Springs Orphange north of Healdsburg and primarily served the chldren of Lytton Springs. The orginal school burned down in 1923 and was later rebuilt. The new school was also known as the Lytton School.
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