Grand Rapids Vocational and Techinical High School
Grand Rapids Vocational and Techinical High School

Grand Rapids Vocational and Techinical High School

Photograph

Description
Laying the keystone to “Tech” high school, later known as George Davis Technical High School. Partial shot of building showing two entrances with fan-shaped stonework above. The keystone above the entrance on the right is suspended in its position by a wire attached to a hook. Two men stand on scaffolding in front of the stonework on either side of the keystone, and one man is standing beside the stone, leaning on it with one elbow. The man on the left of the keystone is in white shirtsleeves and white overalls, with a bow tie and dress hat. A group of well-dressed citizens is gathered, some playing band instruments, behind the stonework over the left entrance. Listed in the 1941 City Directory at 129 Bostwick NE.
Dates:
1929 (Created)
Subject Headings (TGM)
File Identifier:
43-1-3.125
Source:
Morris photograph collection (Coll. 043) - Grand Rapids History Center
Rights:
Copyright undetermined

Part of digital collection:
Morris photograph collection
Related place
Grand Rapids (is depicted by)
Related address information
Street address: 129 Bostwick NE