FLASHBACK: Local history in photosAug. 12, 2018 [Contributed]This undated photo shows teacher Tillie Longworth (front row, far right) at the brick school building — formerly a Methodist church — at the corner of Third and Putnam streets in Peru. The photo was submitted by Lorena Robinson, of La Salle. [Contributed]This undated photo — estimated to be the late 1800s — shows students from Peru High School. The photo was submitted by Lorena Robinson, of La Salle. [Contributed]Students gather for a photo June 7, 1892, at the old school at the corner of Putnam and Third streets in Peru. Teacher Tillie Longworth is shown at the far right. The photo was submitted by Lorena Robinson, of La Salle. [Contributed]Mitchell School in Dimmick Township was built in 1862 and torn down in 1922. Sarah Robinson and Ethelyn Robinson are teachers who worked there. Lorena Robinson, of La Salle, submitted the photo. [Contributed]A tent belonging to the Neureuther family is pitched at a Chautauqua assembly between Buffalo Rock State Park and Ottawa in the 1900s. Chautauqua was an adult educational movement in a format similar to summer camps. "This was part of the education and entertainment. They had speakers, music and lots of fellowship and fun," writes Lorena Robinson, of La Salle. "You provided your own tent and food."