Part - Emerson School, Grade 9

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Emerson School, Grade 9

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  • 1904 (Creation)

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1 photograph.

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Item is a class photograph of the grade 9 students of Emerson School (probably located in New Hampshire) in 1904. The students are identified as: Ernest L. Morill, Alice Travis Soule, Annie Sugden Leathers, Isabelle Simpson McKechnie, Nellie O. Littlefield, Ruby Ford Chadbourne, Beulah Fogg Maguire, Ora Whicher Libby, Humine Bernier Leclerc, Ruth Ridley Littlefield, Gladys Stackpole Morton, Jennie Fletcher (Hartley Currier), Alta Richardson Mitchell, Cora Brown Weyland, Milan Paul, Ralph Stilphen, arthur Morrison, Albert de Haven, Royal Wakefield, Wilson Williams, Edwin Cram, Ernest Hardwick, George Field Reginald Stackpole; teacher Nellie O. Littlefield.

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