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Title
Orland Grammar School
Contributor
Orland Historical Society
Date Created and/or Issued
ca. 1911
Publication Information
Meriam Library Special Collections Department, California State University, Chico
Contributing Institution
California State University, Chico
Collection
Northeastern California Historical Photograph Collection
Rights Information
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Description
Photograph shows Orland Grammar School, 5th grade class of 1911-12. Teacher: Grace Griffith. Back row: Roy Carlson, Harold Eddy, Ted Sievers, Jack Utz, Gavin Templeton. Second row back: Ruby Hicks, Lillian Clauson, Mary Reager, Clarice Harbeson, Esther F., Fenill Downen, Alta Schmidt. Next two rows: Della Haganson, Elizabeth Bryan, Doris Birch, Gertrude Mullers, Georgiana Reager, Frank Kaber, Frank Harrington, William O'Neil, and Oliver Grebb.
Type
Image
Format
88x137mm.
Identifier
sc17826
http://archives.csuchico.edu/cdm/ref/collection/coll11/id/6737
Subject
School children
Children
Class Portraits
Clothing & dress--1910-1920
Portraits, Group
Place
Glenn County (Calif.)
Orland (Calif.)
Source
sc17826.tif
Relation
under review
Northeastern California Historic Photograph Collection

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