by Paula Bosse
North Dallas High School — one of Dallas’ oldest still-operating high schools — opened in 1922 on N. Haskell, between McKinney and Cole. Here are a few photos from the very first NDHS yearbook.
The lunch room:
The swimming pool (!):
Another photo of the pool, showing a girls’ class:
The 20th Century Literary Society club:
The football team:
The “three-minute daily drill”:
The physical training department’s interpretation of “The Spirit of North Dallas”:
The 1923 Viking cover:
Sources & Notes
All photos from the 1923 Viking, the yearbook of North Dallas High School.
All images are larger when clicked.
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