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Eatonville Elementary School Dressed Up (ca. 1930s)

Submitted by on July 29, 2012 – 3:38 pmOne Comment

Eatonville Elementary (ca. 1930s)

Eatonville Elementary (ca. 1930s)

I love this photo because of the incredibly creepy, and realistic bear masks. I’m not sure what production required bears, candy cane sticks, and girls is summer dresses, but I wish I’d seen in.

My best guess is that they’redressed for Community Day celebrations. If anyone has information, please speak up.

Photo courtesy of the Haynes family.

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