North Syracuse, NY

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All of the images on this page are from the collection of Robert Crabtree, who was a teacher at Main Street School from 1977 until 1980. I'd like to thank Mr. Crabtree for letting me browse through his scrapbooks and scan many of the items for this site.

The first three pictures are from inside a couple of Mr. Crabtree's classrooms.

The next couple of pictures were taken outside of Main Street School. The first was taken in front of the building, the second was from out back in the playground, and the third was taken in front of the former North Syracuse Library.

The next photo was taken inside the infamous Main Street School library.

The first two images below are newspaper articles concerning the retirement of long time principal, Ray Miller. The third image is a scan of the invitation to Mr. Miller's retirement dinner. Click on any of the images to view them full size.

Now, I never thought I would see one of these again. This is a scan of a school lunch menu from April 1978. As if that weren't cool enough, the menu items were submitted by some Fifth Grade students at Main Street. So, that is why they include such delightful dishes as "Frighten French Fries", "Terrified Peaches" and "Leaping Corn". Click on either of these images to view them full size.

Next up are some programs (printed as "dittos", obviously) from Main Street. The first two scans are of the front and inside of the 1978 Fifth Grade graduation program. The next two images are of the 1981 Fifth Grade graduation program. The last two images are of the 1982 Christmas Program. Once again, click on any of these images to view them full size.

Again, I'd like to thank Robert Crabtree for providing all of the images on this page. If there are any other former Main Street School teachers or students that have any photos or items they'd like to share please send an e-mail to Thank you!

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