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Name Triplet, William
Places of residence Golden, CO
Occupation Golden HIgh School Superintendent (1887-1905)
Role Academic

Associated Records

Image of 0289 - Print, Photographic

0289 - Print, Photographic

Framed photograph of Golden High School class of 1895 in white frame with gold accents. No glass. Photograph was taken by H. Rothberger on Denver, Colorado. Photographer's stamp is present below the image. Handwritten names of the students and staff are in the margins. Names counterclockwise from left to right are Anna Deborah Easley/ Valedictorian, Mabel Emma Herrod/ Salutatorian, Grace Greenwood Rice, Gertrude Beatrice Jameson, Professor John Perkins Patterson, and Principal Mr. William Triplet (spelling?). Framed by Denver Art and Mercantile Company.

Image of 0292 - Print, Photographic

0292 - Print, Photographic

Black and white framed photo of Golden High School (South School) class of 1894. Group includes seven women and three men positioned in front of a painted backdrop. In no particular order, the female students are: Mary Pearl Adair (woman seated in the front center) , Lillian M. Bennett, Julia E. Fitzpatrick, Elizabeth Hemberger, Maud L. Herrod, Emma Hocking, and Gertrude E. Wheeler. William Triplet is seated in the center.

Image of 1347.w - Print, Photographic

1347.w - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of the Golden High School graduating class of 1892, comprising seven women and one male teacher. Standing in the back from left to right are Claudia Osborn, Lillie Presnell, Alice Aldinger, Zou Bennet, and Irene Bryant. Seated in the front left to right are Josephine Shields, Professor Triplet, and Grace Jameson. The women are all wearing white formal dresses while the man is dressed in a dark suit and jacket. Photograph is mounted to a matte board.

Image of 2001.020.001 - Print, Photographic

2001.020.001 - Print, Photographic

Black and white framed photo of the Golden High School (South School) Class of 1900. Mattie E. Kerr, the class valedictorian, is seated in the front row on the far left. The rest of the graduating class in no particular order included: Bertha L. Aldinger-Mcclean, Frances L. Baird, Ralph Starr Bulter, Dee Clark, Estelle M. Prout, and Royal W. Sorenson. William Triplet is seated in the center.

Image of 2011.099.1029 - Print, Photographic

2011.099.1029 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of Miss. Mencimer's third and fourth grade students in 1898. The students are posed on a set of stairs outside of South School and to the side of the stairs. Mr. Triplet, the principal, is standing on the left side of the photograph in the back row. Miss. Mencimer is sitting in the back row five people from the right. Written on a note card: Oscar and Richard Goetze. Written on the bottom of the photograph: 3rd and 4th grades at South School; Miss. Mencimer; teacher; about 1898; see file card.

Image of 2011.099.1037 - Print, Photographic

2011.099.1037 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of students posed outside South School on or near a set of stairs. Mr. Triplet is identified as the man standing on the stairs in the back row. None of the students or the other man are identified.

Image of 2011.099.993 - Print, Photographic

2011.099.993 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of the South School faculty in 1897 standing in front of a blackboard in a classroom. They are also standing behind a teacher's desk and the door to the classroom. Two of the women have their hands raised. Written on the back of the photograph: left to right, Frank Carpenter, Gertrude Wheeler Bell, Professor Dorr, Grace Jameson, Superintendent William Triplet, Professor L.K. Smith, Celia Ryan, Professor Eager, Josephine Davidson, John Arasmith, and Ada Glenn.