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1. 1916 Graduating Class 1916 Graduating Class Schools--City--Elementary--Barge; 1916 1/2 Graduating class, Barge School

2. 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

3. 1948 Flood 1948 Flood Disasters--Floods; Looking north toward Richland from the "Y".

4. 2 Yakima High School Students 2 Yakima High School Students Schools--City--High--North Yakima High; L-R Unidentified woman and Lucille Shannon ('26 1/2)

5. 4 1/2 Lb. Spud 4 1/2 Lb. Spud Agriculture--Crops--Potatoes; A 4 1/2 lb. spud raised on the Ira P. Engelhart's ranch, North Yakima, WA.

6. 4th Street 4th Street Streets--Fourth Street; 4th Street, North Yakima

7. 919 or 1009 S. 9th Ave. 919 or 1009 S. 9th Ave. Houses Postcard "Charles and Goldie Ghanlar 919 0r 1009 S. 9th Ave., North Yakima." "John Flynn" Written to F. L. Bonn, White Bluffs, WA. "That's my Keine bruder" sitting on the porch. Well so long. G."

8. 9th Avenue 9th Avenue Streets; Grading of 9th Avenue durning construction of street, date unknown.

9. "Activities" "Activities" Schools--City--High--North Yakima High; Photo from "Activities" Title photo from the 1926 "Lolomi" page 65

10. "Baseball Champions" Womens "Baseball Champions" Womens Schools--City--High--North Yakima High; Yakima High School women's baseball champions. Featured as part of "Our Girls" collage on page 79 of 1927 "Lolomi" Back Row second from left is Irene Carlton ('29)

11. "Gymnasium Class Volley Ball Champions" 1926 "Gymnasium Class Volley Ball Champions" 1926 Schools--City--High--North Yakima High; Featured as part of the "Our girls" collage in 1926 "Lolomi" upper half blank.

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

13. "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.

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

15. "Sleigh Belles" c. 1926 "Sleigh Belles" c. 1926 Schools--City--High--North Yakima High; The Yakima High School "Sleigh Belles" featured on page 83 of the 1926 "Lolomi" as part of the "Our Girls" collage

16. A Peach and Bunch of Grapes, North Yakima, Washington A Peach and Bunch of Grapes, North Yakima, Washington Agriculture--Crops--Grapes; A Peach and Bunch of Grapes (card shows little girl holding a bunch of grapes)

17. A Row of winesap Apples, Yakima Valley A Row of winesap Apples, Yakima Valley Agriculture--Crops--Apples; A Row of Winesap Apples, Yakima Valley

18. A Yakima Valley Apple Tree A Yakima Valley Apple Tree Agriculture--Crops--Apples--Orchards; A Yakima Valley Apple Tree (man in picturre)

19. A. J. Splawn A. J. Splawn People Democratic Candidate for Governor

20. Abraham D. Eglin Abraham D. Eglin Government--County--Buildings--Commissioner; farmer in Tampico
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