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Academy Herald [1897-]

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The Academy Herald is a publication of the students of Gould Academy. It was started in 1897, and took its name from an earlier periodical published between 1877 and 1879. The Academy Herald originally contained a mixture of school news and student…

COLL 60: United Brothers Society Records

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Records of the United Brothers Society (U. B. Society), a "secret society" at Gould Academy.

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The Gould Blue and Gold

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The Gould Blue and Gold was a school newspaper published by the students of Gould Academy from 1942 until at least 1969. Our collection of more than 170 issues published between 1942 and 1969 is nearly complete; however there are are a few gaps,…

Catalogue of the officers and students of Gould's Classical and English Academy, in Bethel, Maine, for the year ending ...

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Annual catalogs describing the curriculum, facilities, programs, etc. at Gould Academy in Bethel, Maine have been published since the school first opened in 1835 under the name "Bethel High School." Early catalogs also listed the names of students…

Gould's Academy, 1860

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Bethel, Me., May 14, 1880. Emma A. Grover to Principal of Gould's Academy, Dr.

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Bill paid by Emma A. Grover to D. T. Timberlake, principal of Gould's Academy, for ten weeks tuition at 55 cents per week.

Auld Lang Syne

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Small leaf of paper with the words to Auld Lang Syne. Distributed with the program (see 2014.010.1001.17) at the re-union of the students of Dr. Nathaniel T. True, at Gould's Academy, Bethel, Maine, Friday afternoon and evening, February 22, 1884.

Gould's Academy prize debate at Ideal Hall, Wednesday eve., May 23, '88, at 8 o'clock, p.m.

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Program for a prize debate held by Gould Academy at Ideal Hall on the question: "Resolved: That the Right of Employes to Combine and even to Strike for the Purpose of Redressing Grievences is Sound in Principle and Justified by the Facts."