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Lux Aquilae was the official yearbook of Eagle High School in Eagle, Colorado. The literal translation from Latin means “light eagle”. Each yearbook contains photographs of students, teachers, administrators, sports teams, clubs, activities, and the school and town itself.
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Lux Aquilae was the official yearbook of Eagle High School in Eagle, Colorado. The literal translation from Latin means “light eagle”. Each yearbook contains photographs of students, teachers, administrators, sports teams, clubs, activities, and the school and town itself.
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Lux Aquilae was the official yearbook of Eagle High School in Eagle, Colorado. The literal translation from latin means “light eagle”. Each yearbook contains photographs of students, teachers, administrators, sports teams, clubs, activities, and the school and town itself.
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Lux Aquilae was the official yearbook of Eagle High School in Eagle, Colorado. The literal translation from Latin means “light eagle”. Each yearbook contains photographs of students, teachers, administrators, sports teams, clubs, activities, and the school and town itself.
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Lux Aquilae was the official yearbook of Eagle High School in Eagle, Colorado. The literal translation from Latin means “light eagle”. Each yearbook contains photographs of students, teachers, administrators, sports teams, clubs, activities, and the school and town itself.
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The Spreading Eagle was the student produced and edited newsletter of Eagle High School in Eagle, Colorado. The newsletter included sports scores, upcoming events, student achievements, and other updates concerning students and teachers. This particular issue focuses on commencement and the end of the school year with details of the commencement banquet, highlights of the senior class, class will, sports updates, and a review of the senior play....
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The Spreading Eagle was the student produced and edited newsletter of Eagle High School in Eagle, Colorado. The newsletter included sports scores, upcoming events, student achievements, and other updates concerning students and teachers. This issue was printed on bold red paper, most likely for Christmas. Students also included New Years resolutions in this edition. One page of the newsletter is dedicated to alumni who were currently fighting...
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Lux Aquilae was the official yearbook of Eagle High School in Eagle, Colorado. The literal translation from latin means “light eagle”. Each yearbook contains photographs of students, teachers, administrators, sports teams, clubs, activities, and the school and town itself.
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Lux Aquilae was the official yearbook of Eagle High School in Eagle, Colorado. The literal translation from Latin means “light eagle”. Each yearbook contains photographs of students, teachers, administrators, sports teams, clubs, activities, and the school and town itself.
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Lux Aquilae was the official yearbook of Eagle High School in Eagle, Colorado. The literal translation from Latin means “light eagle”. Each yearbook contains photographs of students, teachers, administrators, sports teams, clubs, activities, and the school and town itself.
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Lux Aquilae was the official yearbook of Eagle High School in Eagle, Colorado. The literal translation from latin means “light eagle”. Each yearbook contains photographs of students, teachers, administrators, sports teams, clubs, activities, and the school and town itself.
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Lux Aquilae was the official yearbook of Eagle High School in Eagle, Colorado. The literal translation from Latin means “light eagle”. Each yearbook contains photographs of students, teachers, administrators, sports teams, clubs, activities, and the school and town itself.
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Lux Aquilae was the official yearbook of Eagle High School in Eagle, Colorado. The literal translation from latin means “light eagle”. Each yearbook contains photographs of students, teachers, administrators, sports teams, clubs, activities, and the school and town itself.
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Lux Aquilae was the official yearbook of Eagle High School in Eagle, Colorado. The literal translation from latin means “light eagle”. Each yearbook contains photographs of students, teachers, administrators, sports teams, clubs, activities, and the school and town itself. In this yearbook, hard copy photographs were used and glued to each page of each copy of the yearbook. Many photographs were removed or had experienced severe wear and tear....
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Lux Aquilae was the official yearbook of Eagle High School in Eagle, Colorado. The literal translation from latin means “light eagle”. Each yearbook contains photographs of students, teachers, administrators, sports teams, clubs, activities, and the school and town itself.
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Lux Aquilae was the official yearbook of Eagle High School in Eagle, Colorado. The literal translation from latin means “light eagle”. Each yearbook contains photographs of students, teachers, administrators, sports teams, clubs, activities, and the school and town itself.
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The Spreading Eagle was the student produced and edited newsletter of Eagle High School in Eagle, Colorado. The newsletter included sports scores, upcoming events, student achievements, and other updates concerning students and teachers. This issue was published in 1932. No yearbooks for Eagle High School have been found that account for all of the 1930s, and during these years, it appears that the Spreading Eagle also shared this function: aside...
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"Hi School Hash" is a yearbook-style memory album belonging to June Frey as a collection of photographs, memories, notes, graduation announcements, and jokes between classmates from her years at Red Cliff Union High School. The album also includes a "My Rogues Gallery" where each person could sketch a photo of themselves and write in answers to questions like a pet peeve or ambition. Red Cliff Union High School was later closed and students in the...
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The 1955 Bulldog includes panoramic photos of Red Cliff, the Arch Bridge, and the town itself. A lengthy senior section includes class prophecy, last will and testament, and a history of the senior class. Like most other Bulldog yearbooks, all grades 1st-12th are included. Several autograph pages are included with Red Cliff town business advertisements. "The Nugget", a school newsletter, is featured and EVLD does have some copies of this in our holdings....