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 ======The Lloyd Medal====== ======The Lloyd Medal======
 //By Terry Collis// //By Terry Collis//
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 In 1929, a new high school evolved from the consolidation of the Erlanger and Elsmere school districts. The new school, Lloyd Memorial High School, was dedicated to Professor John Uri Lloyd, a well-known chemist and author of the book, "​Stringtown on the Pike."​((Erlanger Newspaper, September 1929)) The corner stone was placed on Sunday September 23, 1928 and Professor Lloyd made the principal address.((Corner Stone Laying Program, September 23, 1928)) In 1929, a new high school evolved from the consolidation of the Erlanger and Elsmere school districts. The new school, Lloyd Memorial High School, was dedicated to Professor John Uri Lloyd, a well-known chemist and author of the book, "​Stringtown on the Pike."​((Erlanger Newspaper, September 1929)) The corner stone was placed on Sunday September 23, 1928 and Professor Lloyd made the principal address.((Corner Stone Laying Program, September 23, 1928))
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