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1. North Yakima High School North Yakima High School Schools--City--High--North Yakima High; The North Yakima High School building, also known as Yakima High School, and currently A.C. Davis High School

2. Teacher Teacher Schools--City--High--North Yakima High; Male teacher at his desk in classroom at North Yakima High.

3. Students Students Schools--City--High--North Yakima High; Cadets and women students group in North Yakima High class photo.

4. Gym Class Accompanists Gym Class Accompanists Schools--City--High--North Yakima High; 1927 Yakima High School Girls League Accompanists for gym class, featured on page 79 of 1927 "Lolomi"

5. Womens Basketball, Volleyball, and Track Champions 1927 Womens Basketball, Volleyball, and Track Champions 1927 Schools--City--High--North Yakima High Featured as part of "Our Girls" collage on page 79 of the 1927 "Lolomi"

6. In Class at Yakima High School c. 1926 In Class at Yakima High School c. 1926 Schools--City--High--North Yakima High; Students seated at desks in classroom, Yakima High School

7. May Day Parade May Day Parade Schools--City--High--North Yakima High; May Day Celebration c. 1926

8. "Sleigh Belles" "Sleigh Belles" Schools--City--High--North Yakima High; Yakima High School "Sleigh Belles" featured on page 89 of the 1926 "Lolomi"

9. Native Americans and Cowboy Native Americans and Cowboy Events--Rodeos 2 Native Americans and one "Cowboy" on horseback

10. "New Meets Old" "New Meets Old" Events--Rodeos 2 Native Americans on horseback fram a "Cowboy" holding a copy of "The Electrical Record"

11. May Pole Dance May Pole Dance Schools--City--High--North Yakima High; May Day celebration, the May Pole in front of the Natatorium c. 1926. Featured on page 88 of the 1926 "Lolomi" part of the May Day collage.

12. May Day Dancing May Day Dancing Schools--City--High--North Yakima High; May Day Dancing in front of the Natatorium c. 1926

13. May Day Parade May Day Parade Schools--City--High--North Yakima High; May Day celebration c. 1926

14. 1927 Yakima High School Debate Team 1927 Yakima High School Debate Team Schools--City--High--North Yakima High; Top- Paul Wells, Ellwood Hinman, Vernon Smith, Waldemar Campbell Bottom- Robert Miller, clara Mills, John Fleharty

15. Women's Tennis Champions #2 Women's Tennis Champions #2 Schools--City--High--North Yakima High; 1927 Yakima High School Girls League Tennis Champions. Featured on page 79 of the 1927 "Lolomi"

16. Unidentified student Unidentified student Schools--City--High--Yakima High Student and model car, featured in "snaps" collage on p.14 of 1927 "Lolomi" North Yakima High School Annual

17. Unidentified student Unidentified student Schools--City--High--Yakima High Student and model car, featured in "snaps" collage on p.14 of 1927 "Lolomi" North Yakima High School Annual

18. "Second Place Team" Baseball "Second Place Team" Baseball Schools--City--High--North Yakima High; The second place girls baseball team. Featured as part of "our girls" collage on page 79 of 1927 "Lolomi" Helen Van Dusen is back row third from the right.

19. May Day King and Queen c.1926 May Day King and Queen c.1926 Schools--City--High--North Yakima High; May Day celebration 1926

20. Unidentified Group of Tie Wearing Students Unidentified Group of Tie Wearing Students Schools--City--High--North Yakima High; A group of students in front of Yakima High School with a unique necktie, featured on Page 14 of 1927 "Lolomi"
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