Rossland Cook Avenue School, Grade 3 Class 1956: 2291.0109

Rossland Cook Avenue School, Grade 3 Class 1956
2291.0109

2291.0109: Rossland Cook Avenue School, Grade 3 Class 1956

L-R Back to Front Row 1 Clifford Emery, Betty Looney, Gerald Holm, Paul McDonald. Row 2 Lynda Mitchell, Wayne McAuley, Margaret Turvey, Carol McIntyre, Kenneth Jackson. Row 3 Blake Gasena, Basil Molinaro, Blair McQuaig, Bonnie Green, Glenn Erickson, Heather McMillan, Daniel Gray. Row 4 Richard Smith, Lynn Paterson, Linda Le Sergent, Kenneth Michaely, Joan Murphy, Mary Thalman. Teacher Miss P.C. Roney

Medium:  Photograph - Image
Date:  1956
Source:  Rossland Museum & Discovery Centre: # 34 School Groups 1167 RMDC
Collection:  Rossland Museum & Discovery Centre (2291)

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