Monday, November 16, 2015

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The photo-memento of the group from a year or term in a school class has been a tradition for a long time. Here are a few examples of Class Pictures, some fairly recent but some going way back.

Some of these photographs were 8X10 or larger and others were tiny snapshots. For clarity, all are presented here at approximately the same size.

School picture
School group

Class of 1928
Class picture

Class Picture
Class Picture
Class Picture
Class Picture

Class Picture
Class Picture


Class, class
Class, class

First and second grade combination
On reverse: First and Second Grade combination

1944 Lucille Elox
Group and brick wall

School picture in snow
Ten kids in front of school house

Girls team
Class Picture

Class Picture
school group

On Reverse:
My only school -
Battle Creek about 4 or 5 miles east
of Moran
Taught in 1891-2

Audubon School
School Party

School picture

University Lincoln

class picture
School picture

School Picture enhanced

Class Picture
School. One room, six grades.

School Picture

On reverse:
(back row)
Gordon Wingate
Harry Wingate
James O'Connel
Bruce Harrington
Harlow Trescott
Richard Clancy

2nd row
Leon Voster
Dana Colingrove
Jimmy Homet
John O'Neal
Paul Heath
Acker Smith
Richard Homet
John Cole
Charles Brown
George Shuster

3rd row
Alice Phillips
Hazle Cole
Agnes A.
Margorie Vosler
Marlyn Ward
Marie Thomas
Betty Jane Douglas
Olitta Morse
Evelyn Benson
Joyce Temperato
Helen Redman
Miss Snyder

Class picture: Photograph number TWO
Class picture (fifth) (Picture number THREE)

Class picture

Class of 1918
Eighth Grade Graduation in 1918
Beaver Oklahoma, County of Beaver.
Class Picture

Class Picture
School Picture enhanced

School Children

Class Picture

Class Picture
Class picture

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completely unaware of the photographer
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THE KIDS Lesson one.
It is always a mystery how a photograph of any of these precious children could end up lost or abandoned.
Here are a few.
You will probably say "Ooh..." at least once.

Dee and the Business School Dee and the Business School
The beautiful Dee. A curious story, What do you see?

Neiffel and Helvetica Typehigh

"What are they doing?"

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