MHS Class Ring

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Title

MHS Class Ring

Description

Morton High School class ring belonging to Mason Seggebruch, class of 2015. Peridot gemstone at the center of the ring surrounded by the script 'Morton High School.' The sides of the ring have 'potters' and 'Mason' on each side and images of a cello and cross country/track

This ring is of importance to the educational history of Mason due to the significance it holds as a piece of history for future family members to have. "I remember wanting to order a class ring when given the opportunity as a sophomore in high school because I recall seeing my grandpa's old class ring and my mom's. I liked seeing the history of family members in a small piece of jewelry that can be passed down as the years carry on. I wore my ring for the years leading up to high school graduation and for a time into college. I appreciate the sentiment of having something small to remind me of my accomplishments and interests from high school and my teenage years."

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Source

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Creator

Jostens

Publisher

Mason Seggebruch

Date

2013

Contributor

Mason Seggebruch

Rights

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Relation

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Format

.5 in x .25 in

Language

English

Type

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Identifier

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Coverage

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Files

Ring 1.jpg
Ring 2.jpg
Ring 3.jpg

Citation

Jostens, “MHS Class Ring,” UIS History Harvest, accessed January 19, 2022, http://uishistharv1.uis.edu/items/show/441.