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Rainier School and Mrs. Williams (ca. 1950s)

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Rainier School with Mrs. Williams

Rainier School with Mrs. Williams

Joe Larin captured this image. The information I have with it is “Mrs. Williams outside the Rainier School.” I’m not entirely sure of the year, but the schoolhouse (and the school teacher) look a little older.

Per Carl Langberg, the school was in the middle of Stringtown Road. The first one burned in 1906 and a second was built after the first one burned.

The first teacher at the new school was Mrs. Clyde Williams.

Photo courtesy of the Baublits family and Joe Larin.

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