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Double Image of Oroville Class Portrait
City of Oroville Parks Department
Date Created and/or Issued
ca. 1890
Publication Information
Meriam Library. California State University, Chico
Contributing Institution
California State University, Chico
Northeastern California Historical Photograph Collection
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A double image photograph: Oroville class portrait on the bottom and school building on top of image
1st row left to right: Madge, Hattie Smith, Anna Townsend, Alta Stettler, Irma Wilson, Ruby Sage, Bertha Jacoby, Grace Lund, Lillie Kroeger, Alice Hecker, Anna Campbell, Rowena Hendricks, ALta Gray, Lula Havey, Naomi June Sparks, Bessie Leggett, Flora Sharkey. 2nd row: Earl Sparks, Frank Reardon, Lois Leonard, Elma Welsh, Grace Jones, Iola Havey, Mabel Emerson, Pansy Andrews, Ada Cohn, Lizzie De Lancie (teacher), Lilly Hefner, Zella Kelly, Louise Lee, Rosie Giovanetti, ?, Otto Peter, Floyd Peterson. 3rd row: Frank Woolever, Virgil McGuffin, Harry Morrisey, Will Parker, Walter Perkins, -->
160 x 207 mm
Film negative
Class portraits
School buildings
Butte County (Calif.)
Oroville (Calif.)
original not owned
Northeastern California Historical Photograph Collection

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