The Falcon 1958

A view of Ralph Bunche High School student life in the year 1958

The Class of 1958 dedicated their yearbook to their parents. They very astutely acknowledged and printed the names of their parents who helped them reach their graduation goal through all their many sacrifices since the school’s opening in 1949.

Below is the 1958 edition of The Falcon, the official yearbook of the Ralph Bunche High School. You can view the yearbook here on this page or click the button below to view in your browser.

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The Road to School Desegregation in King George County

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Dr. Ralph Bunche diplomat
Dr. Ralph Bunche

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