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Webster District School Portrait
Churchman Brothers, Photographers
Date Created and/or Issued
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Meriam Library. California State University, Chico
Contributing Institution
California State University, Chico
Northeastern California Historical Photograph Collection
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School portrait of the Webster District School in Butte County circa 1901. Donor: Fred Montgomery
Webster District school 1901 -- Butte County, California. 1.) Phyllis Delaney 2.) Marie Hicks 3.) Myrtle Harris 4.) Saldee Walker 5.) Bessie Hicks 6.) Susie Delaney 7.) Maud Holmes 8.) Georgia James 9.) Edna Hicks 10.) George Bullard 11.) Claud Holmes 12.) Eugene Shirley 13.) Sherman Beaumont 14.) Howard Shirley 15.) Robert Shirley 16.) Claud Holmes 17.) Chester Holmes 18.) Verne Hicks 19.) Leon Wadlington 20.) Lottie Osborn 21.) Beulah Shirley 22.) Lena Rooney 23.) Harry Wadlington 24.) Ethel Beaumont 25.) Velma Hicks 26.) Blanche Wadlington 27.) Leola Shirley
160 x 210 mm
Film negative
Portraits, Group
School children
Butte County (Calif.)
original not owned
Northeastern California Historical Photograph Collection

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