A Guide to the Reports and Certificates from the School at Midway, 1886 145

A Guide to the Reports and Certificates from the School at Midway, 1886

A Collection in
the Albemarle Charlottesville Historical Society
Collection number MS 145


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Repository
Albemarle Charlottesville Historical Society
Collection number
MS 145
Title
Reports and Certificates from the School at Midway, 1886
Physical Characteristics
3 items.
Creator
School at Midway
Location
Language
English
Abstract

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

The collection is open for research.

Use Restrictions

There are no restrictions.

Preferred Citation

Reports and Certificates from the School at Midway, MS 145, Albemarle Charlottesville Historical Society, Charlottesville, Virginia

Acquisition Information

Gift of Rev. W. Ramsay Richardson, Charlottesville, Virginia

Historical Information

The School at Midway was a private school conducted by Henry Clay Brock (1845-1928) in the mid-1880s at the site of Midway House, located at the intersection of Main and Ridge Streets. The school location later became the site of Midway School, Charlottesville's public all-white high school. Brock was later a Professor of Greek and French at Hampden-Sydney College.

Scope and Content

The collection consists of two reports dated June 1886 from the School at Midway for Robert French Mason and Joseph Bryan Page, and a Certificate of Distinction in History for Eugene McLean Long, June 1886. The pre-printed forms are completed and signed by the headmaster Henry C. Brock.

Index Terms

    Persons:

  • Brock, Henry C., (1845-1928)
  • Long, Eugene McLean
  • Mason, Robert French
  • Page, Joseph Bryan
  • Subjects:

  • School at Midway (private school)