Cranbrook High School "Starlets", 1944-45: 2037.0015

Cranbrook High School
2037.0015

2037.0015: Cranbrook High School "Starlets", 1944-45

Cranbrook High "Starlets", 1944-45 BACK ROW (L-R): Marjorie Cox, Margaret Rex, Mary Bradford 2nd ROW: Alma Walsh, Grace Isaman, Marian Keiver, Isabel Coleman, Floyd Carston, George Haras, 3rd ROW: Marguerite Gnucci, Evelyn Ryde, Mary Niven, Louise Larsen, Gerry Mason, Neil Simpson, Art Jones FRONT: Eve Pascuzzo, Jean Hogg, Bernice Williston, Connie Giles, Ann Cribb, Don Handley, Donald MacDonald, Eddy Hawkins, Les McKenzie, W."Pop" Irvine

Medium:  Photograph - Image
Date:  Circa 1945
Source:  CBI
Collection:  School District No.5 & CBI (2037)

Subjects:

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People arrow Walsharrow
Isamanarrow
People arrow Kieverarrow
People arrow Colemanarrow
People arrow Carstonarrow
People arrow Harasarrow
People arrow Gnucciarrow
Rydearrow
People arrow Nivenarrow
People arrow Larsenarrow
People arrow Masonarrow
People arrow Simpsonarrow
People arrow Jonesarrow
People arrow Pascuzzoarrow
People arrow Hoggarrow
People arrow Willistonarrow
People arrow Gillesarrow
People arrow Cribbarrow
People arrow Handleyarrow
People arrow MacDonaldarrow
People arrow Hawkinsarrow
People arrow McKenziearrow
People arrow Irvinearrow
Cities arrow Cranbrook arrow Schools arrow Cranbrook High Schoolarrow
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