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Title
Anderson High School Party 1915
Contributor
Hitchcock, Ruth
Date Created and/or Issued
1915
Publication Information
Meriam Library. California State University, Chico
Contributing Institution
California State University, Chico
Collection
Northeastern California Historical Photograph Collection
Rights Information
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Description
Anderson high school students have a celebration at teh Odd Fellows Hall in 1915. The building eventually burned down. Helen Weaver is 5th from right in teh photograph.
Anderson High school party in 1915. Odd Fellows Hall on Ferry and East Street where the dical center is. Helen Weaver -5th from right. Had dances, parties and a skating rink on the lower floor. Meeting room was on the 2nd floor. The building eventually burned.
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Type
image
Format
130 x 180 mm
Film negative
Identifier
sc7009.tif
http://archives.csuchico.edu/cdm/ref/collection/coll11/id/18924
Subject
Students
School buildings
Dance
Dance halls
Fraternal organizations
Buildings
Place
Anderson (Calif.)
Shasta County (Calif.)
Source
sc7009.tif
Relation
original not owned
Northeastern California Historical Photograph Collection

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