Santa Clarita Valley History In Pictures

First Newhall School Burns Down.

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To Adjust.

Geo. Campton, of Newhall, had the risk on the school burned down at that place a few days ago. The building and contents were insured for $1,500 and were valued at $2,250. J.W. Brodrick has been appointed to adjust the loss, and goes up today to Newhall to do it.

News story courtesy of Lauren Parker.


• Newhall School History (Brunner 1940)

• Names of Teachers



Class of 1884


Bio: J.W. Myers, Teacher 1884/86


Burns Down 1890

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