Central School Class Photo: 0493.0088

Central School Class Photo
0493.0088

0493.0088: Central School Class Photo

Class photo at Cranbrook Public (Central) School, Div 9 1936. Back row; Nona Maran, Marjorie Cox, Margaret Wooley, Florence Quaife, Louise Romano, Betty Baird, Eva Pascuzzo. 3rd row; Irvin Wilson, Billy Lunn , Clifford St. Eloi, Ashley Barnhardt, Joe Melusik, Tommy McNeil, Elmer Moore, Jack Walkley, Arthur Jones. 2nd row; Jimmy Maxwell, Bernard Douglas, Shirley Fyles, Annie Yadernuk, Rita Oakley, Dorothy Quaife, Vera Larson, Lenore Bridges, Gerard Bertoia, Clark Purvis, Front row; Ted Atchison, John Leask, Kelly McBride, Donald MacDonald, Stanley Dundass, Dick Kiever, Billy Howard, Johnny Strange, Nick Maso, Simonne Bourgeois (McCann) class.

Medium:  Photograph - Image
Date:  1936
Source:  CBI
Collection:  Columbia Basin Institute (0493)

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