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Title
Bailey School students
Creator
Unknown
Contributor
Unknown
Date Created and/or Issued
1907
Publication Information
Whittier Public Library
Contributing Institution
Whittier Public Library
Collection
Whittier Public Library Historical Photograph Collection
Rights Information
Unknown
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Description
Image depicts students from the Bailey School class of 1907. Students and teacher are listed as Mrs. Landrum Smith, Frank Swain, Charles Taber, Greta Hazzard, Lyda McCoid Bard, Newby, Jesse French, Jessie Way, Elizabeth Thomas, Cora Marshburn, Alma Johnson.
Type
image
Format
1 photographic print; 7 x 5
Identifier
http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/kt1w1024hm
cwh_145
Language
English
Subject
Schools
School children
Teachers
California
Whittier
Place
Whittier (Calif.)
Source
Selected photograph from the Whittier History Room photograph collection.

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