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1932 Fifth Grade Assembly (Colonial Life Museum)
1932 Fifth Grade Assembly (Colonial Life Museum)
A colonial assembly which was the outcome of a study of ... American colonial life .... The assembly took the form of a museum, in which articles made or collected by the children were placed..... The action consisted of children going through the museum, some for the first time.--description accompanying photograph as published in Klipsun, 1932, p. 124. Additional prints available. 35mm copy negatives available, Preservation of this image is made possible by the generous support of donors to the Campus School Memorabilia Preservation Fund
1932 Fifth Grade Assembly (Colonial Life Museum)
1932 Fifth Grade Assembly (Colonial Life Museum)
A colonial assembly which was the outcome of a study of ... American colonial life .... The assembly took the form of a museum, in which articles made or collected by the children were placed..... The action consisted of children going through the museum, some for the first time.--description accompanying variant photograph as published in Klipsun, 1932, p. 124. Additional prints available, Preservation of this image is made possible by the generous support of donors to the Campus School Memorabilia Preservation Fund
1932 Indian Assembly, Third Grade
1932 Indian Assembly, Third Grade
...A Hopi Indian home of adobe ... painted by the children--description accompanying photograph as published in Klipsun, 1932, p. 123. Additonal print available, Preservation of this image is made possible by the generous support of donors to the Campus School Memorabilia Preservation Fund
1932 Katherine Hays
1932 Katherine Hays
Secreatry to Director of the Training School, 1932-1936. One of set of two portrait poses. Additional prints available. Negatives available, Preservation of this image is made possible by the generous support of donors to the Campus School Memorabilia Preservation Fund
1932 Kindergarten
1932 Kindergarten
Published (cropped) in Klipsun, 1932, p. 122. Additonal print (made from scan) available, Preservation of this image is made possible by the generous support of donors to the Campus School Memorabilia Preservation Fund
1932  Post Office
1932 Post Office
Handwritten notes on photo verso identify boy with back to camera as George Livesey, boy at far left as Bob Rairdon, and girl at left as Patsy Scott. Additional print available, Preservation of this image is made possible by the generous support of donors to the Campus School Memorabilia Preservation Fund
1933 After School
1933 After School
Front row (seated): June Barnett (second from right), others unidentified; middle rows (seated): Nan Wilson (left edge), Marcia Ireland (center, with bow), George Dwelle (curly-haired boy), Mary Clair Nix (between boys with caps), Joanne Fisher (girl with short, dark hair), others unidentified; first standing row: Duff Sutherland, Pat Sutherland, Monte Frye (middle, with white collar), Dan Walker (second from right edge), others unidentified; back row, standing: Jack Rykken, Suzanne Rykken, Jack Van de Wetering, Carrie Bowman (teacher), Jean Burnet, others unidentified. Identifications by donor. Additional prints available, Preservation of this image is made possible by the generous support of donors to the Campus School Memorabilia Preservation Fund, Gift of Suzanne Rykken Medlicott
1933 Campus School Fifth Grade Assembly
1933 Campus School Fifth Grade Assembly
Published in Klipsun, 1933, p. 48. Additional prints (made from scan) available, Preservation of this image is made possible by the generous support of donors to the Campus School Memorabilia Preservation Fund
1933 Carrie Bowman
1933 Carrie Bowman
Teacher of pre-primary, 1932/33. AB College of the Pacific, AM Teachers College Columbia University. Published (cropped) in Klipsun, 1933, p. 18. Additional print (made from scan) available, Preservation of this image is made possible by the generous support of donors to the Campus School Memorabilia Preservation Fund
1933 Class Play (Fourth Grade)
1933 Class Play (Fourth Grade)
May show a scene from "Peer Gynt," presented by the fourth grade in Feb. 1933 (Northwest Viking, Feb. 17, 1933). Note on photo verso identifies boy standing, right foreground, as Bill Barnett. Glass plate negative available, Preservation of this image is made possible by the generous support of donors to the Campus School Memorabilia Preservation Fund
1933  Field Trip To Pacific-American Fisheries
1933 Field Trip To Pacific-American Fisheries
Photo includes (not all identified): Nan Wilson, Bill Deming, Pat Sutherland, Mary Clair Nix, Duff Sutherland, Geroge Dwelle, Joanne Radley, Jean Burnet, Ann Gardener, Dan Walker, Monte Frye, Jack Van De Wetering, Ray Scott, Marcia Ireland, Joanne Fisher, Suzanne Rykken, Jack Rykken. Identifications supplied by donor. Additional prints available, Preservation of this image is made possible by the generous support of donors to the Campus School Memorabilia Preservation Fund, Gift of Suzanne Rykken Medlicott
1933 Field Trip to Pacific-American Fisheries
1933 Field Trip to Pacific-American Fisheries
Suzanne Rykken (foreground); George Dwelle (on step). Additional print available, Preservation of this image is made possible by the generous support of donors to the Campus School Memorabilia Preservation Fund, Gift of Suzanne Rykken Medlicott
1933 Hazel Breakey
1933 Hazel Breakey
Teacher of art, 1923-1957. BS and graduate work, Teachers College Columbia University; graduate, California College of Arts and Crafts. From a portrait set of two poses; this pose published (cropped) in Klipsun, 1933, p. 18. Negative available, Preservation of this image is made possible by the generous support of donors to the Campus School Memorabilia Preservation Fund
1933 Junior Viking Staff
1933 Junior Viking Staff
Published in Klipsun, 1933, p. 46, Preservation of this image is made possible by the generous support of donors to the Campus School Memorabilia Preservation Fund
1933 Lillian Dunning
1933 Lillian Dunning
Teacher of sixth grade, 1930-1934. VS, AM University of Missouri. One of set of four portrait poses; this pose published (cropped) in Klipsun, 1933, p. 16. Additional print available. Negatives available, Preservation of this image is made possible by the generous support of donors to the Campus School Memorabilia Preservation Fund
1933 May Lovegren
1933 May Lovegren
Teacher of typewriting, 1919-1947, Head of Mimeographing. Vashon College, Washington State College, Western Michigan College of Education, Western Washington College of Education. Published (cropped) in Klipsun, 1933, p. 20. Negative available, Preservation of this image is made possible by the generous support of donors to the Campus School Memorabilia Preservation Fund
1933 Mt. Constitution, Orcas Island
1933 Mt. Constitution, Orcas Island
Left to right: Ardell Hoppe, Victor Hoppe, Joan Hoppe, Russ Hoppe, unidentified, unidentified. Victor Hoppe, WWU faculty member, 1915-1952; BA Denison University, MA Northwestern University, Curry School of Expression, University of Chicago, University of Michigan, Preservation of this image is made possible by the generous support of donors to the Campus School Memorabilia Preservation Fund, Gift of V. Russ Hoppe, December 2008
1933 Second Grade Assembly
1933 Second Grade Assembly
A scene from "Alice in Wonderland". Related to photograph published in Klipsun, 1933, p. 48, Preservation of this image is made possible by the generous support of donors to the Campus School Memorabilia Preservation Fund
1933 Second Grade Assembly
1933 Second Grade Assembly
A scene from "Alice in Wonderland". Published in Klipsun, 1933, p. 48. Negative (glass plate) available, Preservation of this image is made possible by the generous support of donors to the Campus School Memorabilia Preservation Fund
1933 The Kindergarten
1933 The Kindergarten
Published in Klipsun, 1933, p. 47. Additional prints available, Preservation of this image is made possible by the generous support of donors to the Campus School Memorabilia Preservation fund

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