The second Fishers Island School (1916-1971). Museum Collection.
Postcard view of the Fishers Island School. Published by J. Soloman, New London, circa 1920s. Museum Collection.
Fishers Island School, Primary grades. Photograph by Quimby, 1916. The students and their teacher are posing on the steps of the Elliott House, today’s Pequot, located across the street from the school. Museum Collection.
Fishers Island School, Intermediate Grades. Photograph by Quimby, 1916. It wasn’t until the late 1920s that Fishers Island School added grades 9 to 12. The first class to graduate from Fishers Island High school was the class of 1929. Courtesy of Ann Jasek
Interior view of Mabel Woodworth’s class in the Intermediate Room, Fishers Island School, October 1916. Courtesy of Ann Jasek.
Interior view, Fishers Island School, circa 1920s. Museum Collection.
Group portrait by stage in auditorium of Fishers Island School, 1949. Museum Collection.
Exterior of Fishers Island School, circa 1950s. Museum Collection.
The razing of the second school, Fishers Island, N.Y., by the Jones Destruction Company of Farmington, Conn., 1972. Museum Collection.
Another view of the razing of the second school, Fishers Island, N.Y., 1972. Museum Collection.
The chimney was the last section still standing, 1972. Museum Collection.
Young Eastern Painted Turtle on lily pad, the Peninsula, Darby’s Cove Photograph by Terry McNamara
Fishers Island, Naturally
This year’s Annual Exhibition, complemented by two special exhibitions, celebrates the natural history of Fishers Island, primarily through the lens of contemporary photography, with a focus on both habitats and the diverse species that utilize and/or occupy them.