Cranbrook Central School Grade Four 1972-73.: 2287.0019

Cranbrook Central School Grade Four 1972-73.
2287.0019

2287.0019: Cranbrook Central School Grade Four 1972-73.

Cranbrook Central School Grade Four 1972-73. Back: Jeff Dakin, Pam Butcher, Aaron Armstrong, Richard Coil, Carrie Clarrotto, Lynn Pighin, Jordon Mallard. Middle: Robin Roller, Leonard Johnson, June Simon, Monty Oatman, Alan Levalle, Teressa Dorenzo, Thelma Wilson, Brenda Larsen, Doug Lacey, Louise Rae. Front: Tanya robertson, Gerri Hoffman, Maxine Holmes, Diana Keiver, Phillip Lamb, Shelley Cinnamon, Kevin, Debbie Dean, Lucille Rogers.

Medium:  Photograph - Image
Date:  1973
Source:  Columbia Basin Image Bank & School District #5
Collection:  School District No.5 (2287)

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Cranbrook Central School Grade Four 1972-73.

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