Many of the transcriptions found here are now in published form. They have been published by the Orange County Genealogical Society (in Goshen, New York). Volume 3 includes my Volume 3 and Volume 5. Volume 4 includes my four parts of New Milford history. There is a planned Volume 5, which will include my Volumes 6, 7, and 8, Part 1, which is about 250 transcriptions. They can be purchase through the Genealogical Society. Just Google them and print out the order form. Or they can be purchased from the Warwick Historical Society. They are also on sale at the gift shop at Baird's Tavern. I would like to thank the Genealogical Society and Dan Burrows for their efforts. Started a new blog for images of Warwick. Go to:

Saturday, August 21, 2010

Warwick High School on Welling Ave

This is a post card of the Warwick High School, postmarked 1931. It was located on Welling Avenue, on the left-hand side of the Doc Fry Community Center. It was opened to 7th and 8th graders and academic (I guess meaning high school students) in January of 1902. According to the Warwick Advertiser, dated January 9, 1902, the enrollment was one hundred and thirty-four. Ninety-three had seats in the study hall and remainder, under Miss Everest, occupied the schoolroom at the north end of the first floor.

During the war years (WW II) the school was used as a community canning center. In 1946, it taken down and the equipment moved to Middletown.

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