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Glendora school children, views 1-2
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Security Pacific National Bank Photo Collection
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Los Angeles Public Library
Los Angeles Public Library Photo Collection
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View 1 (bottom) shows a group of children from Woodrow Wilson School standing with rakes and watering containers in an orange grove on Grand Avenue. View 2 (top) shows the children raking and watering in the same location. The Wilson School, founded in 1918, was located near the corner of Whitcomb and Wabash Avenues. It was later re-named Whitcomb School after Glendora founder George D. Whitcomb. The school was closed in 1966, due to low enrollment.
2 photographs :b&w
Photographic prints
Security Pacific National Bank Collection
Glendora-Schools-Wilson School.; N-001-497.1 5x7; N-001-497.2 5x7
School children--California--Glendora
Glendora (Calif.)

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