Groner School students


Groner School students


Black and white image of a group of students gathered on the front steps of a building. Most are elementary aged, though a few boys who appear to be teenagers stand in the back row. Almost all the boys wear overalls and have short hair combed to the side. The two older boys wear shirts with the cuffs rolled above their elbows and their hair combed straight back from their faces. One boy in the back row wears a suit and tie. The girls wear short, blousy dresses with short sleeves and most with large, rounded collars. Their hair is also shorter, parted on the side and sometimes held back from their faces. Groner Elementary was in the Scholls Ferry area, and this building was built in 1908. The site is currently (2012) a filbert orchard, and can be seen next to the current Groner's Consolidated Elementary, which replaced this school.
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Date Created

circa 1930s


gelatin silver prints






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