Photo taken in 1893 of a classroom interior at Cookstown Public School with students seated at their desks. The teachers, Miss Addie Ferguson and Mrs. W.F. Moore, who were substituting for Mr. W.F. Moore and Miss Elder, are pictured standing at the back of the classroom. The three boys standing along the wall next to the teachers were from a different classroom in the school. They are Frank Coleman, Joe Griffith, and Bill Jebb. Pictured in the far left column of benches, from left to right and front to back are: Bill Gilroy, Leonard Ross, Sam White, [?] Campbell, Carrie Armstrong, May Coleman, Lulu Armstrong, [?] Hungerford, [?] Patterson, and his sister [?] Patterson (directly in front of Miss Ferguson). Second Column, from front to back: O. Mayhew, Billy Moore, Lulu Phillips, [?] Platt, Libby Agnew, Aggie Thompson, Lou Sherman, son of Joe Ross, [?] Patience, Billy Copeland, [?] Grove (mostly obscured), Bobby Coleman, Maggie Thompson, daughter of Joe Ross, Carrie Cook, and [?] Campbell from Sandhill Farm. Third column: Maud Cook, Maud Stewart, Marion Christie, Harry Bryson, Milt Sherman, Will Griffith, Sam King, [?] McLellan, Nina Moore, Clara Sherman, May Banting, Bob Banting, Harrison Ayrest, and [?] Patience. Note the photos of Sir John A. Macdonald and Queen Victoria at the back of the classroom. The boys are all dressed in trousers and long sleeved shirts or coats with the girls in long sleeved dresses.