School days in Richmond–from the 1920s through the 1960s, was a time of unparalleled innocence, when the halls of Thomas Jefferson and old John Marshall rang with laughter at practical jokes between classes; when Friday nights meant football games, rousing school spirit and a grand stand at the drive-in for burgers afterward. It was an era of May Day queens, cadet corps, the Armstrong-Walker Classic and teachers who made you tow the line because they cared. It was the age of the Great Depression, high school friendships that would last a lifetime, rock and roll and seniors who went to war.
Relive those treasured moments through Richmond Memories School Days–a charming, heartfelt journey enhanced by snapshots, yearbooks, rare film footage and delightful stories from the people who lived them.
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