1932 Class Photo from Central School, Cranbrook: 0169.0001

1932 Class Photo from Central School, Cranbrook
0169.0001

0169.0001: 1932 Class Photo from Central School, Cranbrook

Central School, Cranbrook, B.C. 1932 Class picture. Top Row: Jack Walsh, Charlie Tee, Martin Larsen, William Walker, Fred Moore, Billy Kent. 2nd Row: Roland Allen, Harold Collinson, Cecil Collinson, Archie Reekie, Arthur Tondquist, Elmer Stender, Frank Fergie, Robert Kent, Sam Naso. 3rd Row: Dorothy Curl, Thelma Carson, Sadie Quaife, Patricia Condon, Wilemena Brown, Winnifred Tanner, Eva Burton, Violet Smith, Lucille Hamilton, Frances Carver. 4th Row: Bob Phillips, Charlie Gyp, George Gyp, Bob Ironsides, Francis Branch, Dave Peterman.

Medium:  Photograph - Image
Date:  1932
Source:  CBK 1976.068.001 Original copy held in the History Centre Archives
Collection:  Cranbrook Archives (0169)

Keywords:

class photo

Subjects:

Cities arrow Cranbrook arrow Schools arrow Central Schoolarrow
People arrow Walsharrow
People arrow Teearrow
People arrow Larsenarrow
People arrow Walkerarrow
People arrow Moorearrow
People arrow Kentarrow
People arrow Allenarrow
People arrow Collinsonarrow
People arrow Reekiearrow
People arrow Tondquistarrow
People arrow Stenderarrow
People arrow Fergiearrow
People arrow Kentarrow
People arrow Nasoarrow
People arrow Carsonarrow
People arrow Curlarrow
People arrow Quaifearrow
People arrow Condonarrow
People arrow Brownarrow
People arrow Tannerarrow
People arrow Burtonarrow
People arrow Smitharrow
People arrow Hamiltonarrow
People arrow Carverarrow
People arrow Phillipsarrow
People arrow Gyparrow
People arrow Ironsidesarrow
People arrow Brancharrow
People arrow Petermanarrow

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