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Pass Pioneers group on platform in front of First Street in Banning, California
Date Created and/or Issued
circa 1962
Publication Information
Banning Library District
Contributing Institution
Banning Library District
Banning Library District Local History Collection
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Exterior photograph of group of Pass Pioneers participants on chairs on platform. Behind them is a view of First Street looking north.The Pass Pioneers Picnic was an annual event held off and on in Banning during the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s. Some of those identified are Stella and Ed Dunn, Dick and Cora Seymour, Luis Wedleman and Calvin and Jean Justus.
I black and white photograph; 20.32 x 25.40 cm.
Pass Pioneers
Pass Pioneers-California-Banning
Banning (Calif.)

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