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Stirling Elementary School
Batham, Rollin
Date Created and/or Issued
November 16, 1925
Publication Information
Meriam Library. California State University, Chico
Contributing Institution
California State University, Chico
Northeastern California Historical Photograph Collection
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Photograph shows a Stirling Elementary School - First and Second Grades. Teacher: Vera Nash (she was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nash who ran the store, post office, and ice cream parlor.) Back Row (left to right) Lois Henry/ Margaret Kelly/ Lois Smith/ Frieda McFetridge/ ? Henry/ Wilma Meyer/ Florence Brown/ Edna Fritter/ LaVerne Harrison/ Lucy Slocum/ Florence Slocum (twins)/ Unknown. Middle Row (left to right): Verle Rouse/ Stanley Twitchell/ Vernon Renworthy/ Donny Lewis/ Johnnie Meyers/ Rollin Batham (age 7 grade first)/ Dick Yount/ Eddie Scott/ Dave Smith/ Earl Ferris/ Chester Johnson. Front Row (left to right): Ray Yount/ Fred Reager/ Cecil Walker.
128x175 mm.
United States Postal Service
Class portraits
School children
School buildings
Clothing and dress--20th century
Williams (Calif.)
Colusa County (Calif.)
under review
Northeastern California Historic Photograph Collection

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