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Class photo of the students of Spring Hill School, about 1950
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Sonoma County Library
Western Sonoma County Historical Society Collection
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Photo--black and white: A class photo of the students of Spring Hill School about 1950. Boy on end of third row left is Don Roberts. Robin Spooncer second row, third from left. Other students listed on back but not in any order: Russell Souza, Walter Goodman, Dolores Perry, Wilma Brumley, Judy Willinghast, Benny shell, Herman Hauschildt, Wayne Martinson, Beverly Medlenka, Hubert Wheeler, Virley Martin, David Boulston, S____ Clark, Shirley Shimizu, John Roberts, Ronnie Andersen, Gay Brumley, Wayne Souza, Alan Van Hornbe, Robert De Matter, Donnie Elder, Jackie Elder, Thodore Wilson, Mary Mahoney, Rosita Unciano, Larry Haywood, Kaye Cunninghame, Dennis Sandretta, John Madsen.
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