| This is the Recreation Hall, formerly the 1950s
Shop Bldg. The big change is the new roof added sometime in the
early 90's. It used to have a flat roof in the old days. You can
see Unit "C" of the Jack Brown Center, in the background.
This is the east side of the Recreation Hall.
This is a view of the west side of the Units, now known as the Jack
The Jack Brown Center; formerly known as the "Units." From left to right: Units "A", "B", "C".
A view of the east side of Chickasaw Hall; photo was taken from what was the
rear of the 1950's Dining Hall.
The Commissary is still in use as a warehouse with a maintenance shop in the basement.
This is the Sequoyah High School Chapel. It is located on the site of the old Hospital/Chickasaw Hall. The sidewalk is the same one used in 1960. For you older Alumni, the goldfish pond was located to the left of the walk among the cedar trees. You can see the Superintendent's (Now the Jack Brown house.) home in the background.
The Sequoyah High School Chapel was a project led by the late Bill Glass and Mary Groundhog Sellers. Both passed away before the dedication in 1997. The bell in the bell tower was rescued from Seneca Indian School, when that school closed.
This is just inside of gate #2, which was the main entrance in the 1950s. As you can see, the Sequoyah name made of white painted rocks is gone (see the '59 pictures) and so are the employee cottages that used to line the road between the Superintendent's house and the entrance street.
The old football field seen from the old main gate road. The Blackjack
trees on the right don't look much
The new Dining Hall was dedicated in 1997 as part of the celebration of Sequoyah's 125th Anniversary.
The entrance to the Dining Hall. Note that the Dining Room is now
wheelchair accessible, solving the
This is where we hold the banquet at the annual Sequoyah Alumni Reunion.
Hope to see you there next year !