Bishop England High School plaque
Scope and Contents
This collection contains a plaque given to Bishop England High School in the 1980s. The plaque shows an image of the class of 1918 and lists the students' names.
- Created: 1980s
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Open for research.
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Biographical or Historical Information
Bishop England High School (BEHS), a Catholic high school, was founded in 1915 by Reverend Joseph O'Brien and Reverend J.J. May with the approval of Henry N. Northrop, bishop of Charleston. Classes were conducted in the Cathedral school on Queen Street for one year until Mrs. Thomas F. Ryan of New York, New York, donated property to the diocese. The high school was transferred to a temporary building at 203 Calhoun Street, while funds donated by Catholics of Charleston were raised to construct a new high school building. On October 12, 1921, the cornerstone of the new BEHS building was laid by William T. Russell, fifth bishop of Charleston.
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A plaque given to Bishop England High School in the 1980s.
Source of Acquisition
Found in collection.
Processed by Melissa Bronheim, August 2014.
- Bishop England High School (Charleston, S.C.)
- Catholic high schools -- South Carolina -- Charleston Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Inventory of the Bishop England High School plaque
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Part of the Catholic Diocese of Charleston Archives Repository
114 Broad Street
Charleston SC 29401 US