Tualatin Plains Sunday School Picnic


Tualatin Plains Sunday School Picnic


Sepia-toned image mounted on dark card stock of a large group of people outdoors. The men and boys are largely grouped on one side, while the women and girls are on the other. One man with a clerical collar holds a small child wearing overalls; other children are seated on the ground at the front of the group. Clothing is indicative of the early 1900s; the women wear light-colored, high-necked blouses with full sleeves, tucked into long skirts and sport large, flat hats. The men wear wide neckties and suits, and their hats vary from Panama style to boaters to regular fedoras. A number of the boys wear newsboy caps and a couple have large straw hats.
[Back] [blue pen] Picnic of Tualatin Plains S. S. about 1906 ? [sic] Rev. Robinson pastor. [black pen] near Hillsboro, Oregon. Young's Grove. Donated to Washington County Museum 1960 by Emma Ross, Dierdorff family.

Date Created

circa 1906


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