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The Virginia Room Digital Collection includes photographs, oral histories, books, pamphlets and finding aids to items in the Virginia Room Collection. Continue to check back for new additions.

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FE291 School Administration.jpg
Roanoke High School was built in 1898 on the northeast corner of Church Avenue and 3rd Street SW. It became the school administration building in 1924 after Jefferson High School opened. It was razed in 1968 for construction of the Municipal…

FE287 Roanoke High School.jpg
Roanoke High School was built in 1898 on the northeast corner of Church Avenue and 3rd Street SW. It became the school administration building in 1924 after Jefferson High School opened. It was razed in 1968 for construction of the Municipal…

FE175 Roanoke High School.jpg
Roanoke High School was built in 1898 on the northeast corner of Church Avenue and 3rd Street SW. It became the school administration building in 1924 after Jefferson High School opened. It was razed in 1968 for construction of the Municipal…

FE079 RHS Gymnasts.jpg
Roanoke High School gymnasts. Caption reads, "Winners Intermediate Gym Contest, '07-'08".

PC 127.0 Roanoke High School.jpg
"High School, Roanoke Virginia."

Davis 57.31 RHS Basketball Team.jpg
Roanoke High School basketball team. 1st row, L to R: Philip Powell, James Yates and Warren Koontz. 2nd row, L to R: Fred Garis, William Atkinson, Courtley Motley, Fay Yost and Arthur Rankin.

Davis 57.1 RHS Football Team.jpg
Roanoke High School football team. 1st row, L to R: Claude Kerlin, Wilbur Price, __ Adamson, Herbert Gettle, R. Surface, ___ Richardson and ___ Gleaves. 2nd row, L to R: unknown, unknown, Harry Hock, ___Penn, Athal Price, Forrest McConnell. 3rd row,…

RNC 11 Roanoke High School.jpg
Roanoke High School was formerly located on the northeast corner of Church Avenue and 3rd Street where the Noel C. Taylor Municipal building stands today.
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