Aerial View of Wenonah circa 1924 ... courtesy of WHS Museum. The athletic field is on right.
Photo courtesy of Wenonah Historical Society Museum
Aerial View of Wenonah and the Military Academy ... courtesy of Jack Sheppard Sr and the WHS Museum.
The card reads
Airgraph showing Portion of Wenonah N.J.and Wenonah Military Academy
There's a site on the web named delcampe.net On Sept. 23, 2014 they listed the same card saying the one that they offered was mailed and the stamp canceled in 1947 and bore a reference number "935" on the card.
Donated to the Wenonah Historical Society Museum by Mayor Jack Sheppard, Sr.
GARFIELD S. PANCOAST
Son of Police Judge Garfield Pancoast, who was class orator at class day exercise yesterday at Wenonah Military Academy.
Camden Courier-Post, June 9, 1933
WENONAH ACADEMY HOLDS CLASS DAY
Camden Boy Presides; 29th Annual Commencement Today
Wenonah, June 8.-Wenonah Military Academy held class day exercis today in the drill hall. The twenty-ninth annual commencement will take place tomorrow.
The Wenonah Military Academy's first football team (1904) ... courtesy of Jack Sheppard Sr and the WHS museum.
Top man not known.
L-R Back Row:
Henry Powell '06, Alex Middleton '05, Capt. Percy Jones, Ross Menwin, George Fox '07, Tom Gillingham '07
E. LeGrand Reeves '06, Bill Coffin '07, Russell R. Barrett '08, Charles Dickinson '07, Clarence Hoy, Oscar Hohenstadt, D. Harlow McDermid '07
The wall at the in the background is still standing.
Recently I read that this very large building was behind the main building of the academy. From the circle marked on the floor it looks like basketball was played inside this building.