Cranbrook School Div.11 Class Photo Oct 24, 1932: 2037.0003

Cranbrook School Div.11 Class Photo Oct 24, 1932

2037.0003: Cranbrook School Div.11 Class Photo Oct 24, 1932

Class Photo, Cranbrook School Div.11, Oct 24, 1932. BACK ROW (L-R): Helen Voisey, Helene Perron, Irma Fisher, Ethel Mann, Jean Lee, Rose Frisina, Annie Kludash 2nd ROW: Kathleen Smith, Phillis Mott, Elsie Lindholm, Mabel Faulkner, Eileen Shevalla, Elmer Conroy 3rd ROW: Gordon Malcolm, Wilfred Higginson, Jack John, Frank Dickenson, Donald Burton, Donald Adams, Eugene McGrath, Joe Lain, ____, Louis Dauost FRONT: Dusan Tadey, Billy Halcrow, Gordon Willis, Tom Bronson, Kenneth Gibbs, Ernest Moore, Percy Mathews.

Medium:  Photograph - Image
Date:  Circa October 24, 1932
Source:  CBI
Collection:  Columbia Basin Institute (2037)


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