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The Frankfort roundabout. [volume] (Frankfort, Ky.) 1882-1908, June 23, 1906, Image 8

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Thirtyfour schools were burned
after the earthquake of April IS
1906 As a consequence more
than four hundred teachers and
twenty thousand children have no
class rooms
The great destruction of prop
erty the extraordinary demands
upon the public purse in every
direction and the absorption of
individuals and officials in their I
special interests leave tho school
authorities confronted with the
prospect of interminable delay in
the erection of new buildings
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II Galveston Texas
April 20 1906
A Roncovieri Supt Public
Schools San Francisco Gal
Galveston public schools were re
built and maintained after the
great storm of 1900 by voluntary
contributions from the school
children of the United States
I Will you accept contributions
from Galveston school children to
I aid in restoring your public
publicI
I LOVENBEKG
LOVBNBEHGI
I JOHN W HOPKINS
Prest School Board
Many other generous subscrip
tions have been received and in
order that this movement may
become known the Mayor the
Board of Education and Superin
tendent of Schools have been con
stituted a committee to be called
the School Reconstruction Com
mittee empowered to receive such
subscriptions as may be tendered
for the purpose of rebuilding our
destroyed schools
For the present schools are
being conducted in tents furnished
by the U S military authorities
in Golden Gate Park Soldiers
serve as truant oJlicers j a drill
sergeant puts the boys through
fipttingup exercises Stow lake
furnishes opportunity for swim
ming lessons so that the boys and
girls are enjoying the summer
session j but tho cold winds of the
winter season and the driving
rains will transform this enjoy
ment to misery Temporary
structures must ho utilized but
the great need is expedition in the
erection of oui ermanont school
houses
The lirst cash contribution came
from tho boys and girls of Broken
Arrow Creek Nation Indian Ter
ritorya beautiful illustration of
I the kinship of the peoples of our
beloved country
Portland Oregon has sent us
word that her citizens will build
for us a school building to he
named the Portland School
San Francisco is a cosmopolitan
city to a degree hardly appreciated
beyond her gates except by those
thousands of tourists who have
learned to love our beautiful city
J
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by the Golden Gate through n
brief sojourn in our midst The
world therefore has an interest
in us to an unusual extent and
we confidently await the assist I
ance wo so sorely need
These are the facts I
Thirtyfour buildings destroyed
General impairment of finances I
0000000 needed to rebuild
schoolhouses
More than 400 teachers without
employment
Over 20000 children without
school accommodation
The School Reconstruction
Committee stands ready to supply
printed matter plans for raising
funds in schools cities counties
or States will furnish literary
articles for educational publica
tions and assist in every way the
general movement to rebuild San
Franciscos schoolhouses
Tho School Reconstruction Com
mittee has its headquarters in the
Emerson School Building Pino
and Scott streets San Francisco I
where communications should
bo addressed Each and every
ono into whose hands this appeal
may come is asked to further this
movement by all means in his
power EUGENE E SCHMIDT
SCHMIDTMayor
Mayor
AARON ALTMANN
PrEs Board of Education
ALRKED RONCOVIERI I
RONCOVIERISupt
ISupt
Finance Committee of School Re
construction Committee
Emerson School Building
San Francisco Cal
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