Geneva High School Vocational and Home Economics Building – Geneva AL

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Description

The Geneva High School Vocational and Home Economics Building was the first building built at Geneva High School during the 1937-1938 school year. The City of Geneva purchased the land from P.C. Black, Jim Johnson, Jr., and D.H. Morris. The building was built by the Works Progress Administration. Today the building is still used as History and Fine Arts classrooms.

Source notes

The Geneva County Reaper, July 29, 1937.

ARCHIVES.GOV "1935-1937: Nationwide-Alabama: Geneva County. Located at https://catalog.archives.gov/id/231975803.

Project originally submitted by Dr. Kevin Ammons on August 2, 2022.

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Location Info


505 Panther Drive
Geneva, AL 36340

Coordinates: 31.04564, -85.88337

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