Gordon Terrace Elementary School Staff Photo 1974: 2069.0002

Gordon Terrace Elementary School Staff Photo  1974
2069.0002

2069.0002: Gordon Terrace Elementary School Staff Photo 1974

Staff Photo 1973-74: David Humphrey, Donna Maher, Ruth Ellingson, Jean Phair, Bruce Williams, Bill Huebener, Pam Willis, Marg Purvis, Miggs Sawchuk, Grant Stuart, Bill Kovalevich, Marg Schable, Jean Ryley, Penny Lewis

Medium:  Photograph - Image
Date:  1974
Source:  School District #5
Collection:  School District No.5 (2069)

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Gordon Terrace Staff Photo 1974

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