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Title
Susan B. Coombs posing with her class from the Eastside School in Banning, California
Creator
Unknown
Contributor
Norman, Jami
Date Created and/or Issued
Circa 1940
Publication Information
Banning Library District
Contributing Institution
Banning Library District
Collection
Banning Library District Local History Collection
Rights Information
Copyright status unknown
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Description
Exterior photographic postcard of Susan B. Coombs posing with one of her classes from Banning's Eastside School.
Type
image
Format
1 sepia tone photographic postcard; 8.5 x 13.97 cm.
Identifier
http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/c8fq9xc9
CBAN_278
Norman-05
Language
English
Subject
Eastside School
Schools-California-Banning-Eastside
Biographies-California-Banning-Coombs
Place
Banning (Calif.)

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