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Sulphur Springs Serving Learning Project 2011 Part Three

The following photos were brought to the sharing sessions by Mr. Willie Streeter.  Mr. Streeter is a long time resident of the Sulphur Springs community.

Dillard Elementary School. Photo courtesy Mr. Willie Streeter

Dillard Elementary School. Photo courtesy Mr. Willie Streeter

Parsonage Bethel AME Church

Built by Julius Williams. Served as Parsonage for Bethel AME Church. Torn down during Urban Renewal Era. Information courtesy Mr. Willie Streeter.

 

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2 Responses to “Sulphur Springs Serving Learning Project 2011 Part Three”

  1. Megan achtzenee June 4, 2014 8:11 pm #

    I’m a student at usf, and am working on a mural project for the Spring hill and Sulphur springs area. I have been looking for images of the old Dillard school house and the old swimming hole off of Yukon in Spring hill and haven’t had any luck. If you have any sources you could share it would be greatly appreciated! Thank you.

    • HERITAGE RESEARCH LAB June 7, 2014 8:04 pm #

      Thank you so much for your interest in the Sulphur Springs blog! The only photos that I have are posted on my blog. I can refer you to a contact that might be able to help you. Please email me at mallsopp@mail.usf.edu and I’ll be happy to provide you with her contact information. Thank you.

      Best,
      Margaret

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