Part - Longfellow School, grade 2

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Longfellow School, grade 2

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1 photograph.

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Item is a class photograph of the second grade class of Longfellow School (probably located in Massachusetts) in 1900. The students are identified as: back row - Lewis Moulton, Donald Brown, Herbert Ford, Gertrude Aveyard, Beatrice Rose, Mable Tibbetts, Charles Shepherd, Wilbur Shaffer, Grace Walker, Ethel Brown, Alice Spencer; next row - Hubert Hardwick, Donald Bodwell, Barney Farrell, Roy Stackpole, Louis Normandeau, Archie Parkins, Lillian Tordoff, Eva Ford, Evelyn (Ola) Dart; next row - Montrose Cousins, Sadie Whitely, Eva Ellis, Marian Stansfield, Barbara Richardson, John Cunningham, Fred Sherburne, Bill Bernard, Gene Bernard, Lillian Fox; next row - Andrew Young, Hazel Gowen, Kate Shaffer, Ora Fletcher, Oscar Low, Frank Hirsom, George Pillings, Everett Nutter, Clarence Thynge, George Stansfield; front row -Alfred Heaton, Fred Richardson, Nellie Cunningham, Katie Dart, Celena Normandeau; teacher Marian Wilson.

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