Central School Class Photo: 0493.0081

Central School Class Photo
0493.0081

0493.0081: Central School Class Photo

Class photo of Cranbrook's Central School Grade 2A class, Sept 1929-Feb 1930; Back row: Billy Walker, Billy Moore, Arthur Draper, Frank Fergie, Paul Fanning, Jim Whiting, Stuart MacIntosh. 2nd row; Richard Coe, George Crowe, Alfreda Quaife, Bob Phillips. Front row; Harold White, Bobbie Higginson, Jack Heise, Robert Jarvis, Raymond Robberechts. 3rd row; Violet Smith, Marjorie Sinclair, Thelma Carson, Frances Carver, Aileen Hayden, Joan Quaife, Edith Slye, Patricia Condon

Medium:  Photograph - Image
Date:  1930
Source:  CBI
Collection:  Columbia Basin Institute (0493)

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