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Miss Frisbee's Class
Newhall School | Newhall, California


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Photo contributor Patricia Bennett (nee Patricia Pearl Cook) has identified this as Miss Frisbee's class, December 1935, and writes on the back: "42 children! How did she do it?" We count just 40, so maybe that was the secret — not all of them showed up for school every day.

These children attended the fourth iteration of the K-8 Newhall School, built in 1928 at what is now 24607 Walnut Street. (The first burned down, the second met an uncertain fate and the third was outgrown). The fourth school burned down in February 1939 — just prior to Patricia Cook's June 1939 graduation from the eighth grade — and was rebuilt in place.


PC3502: 19200 dpi jpeg from original photograph donated 2003 by Patricia Bennett (nee Patricia Pearl Cook) of Carpinteria.
FOURTH NEWHALL SCHOOL 1925-1939

SEE ALSO:
• 1939 FIRE


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School Opens 1925

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1st Commencement 1926

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Student Body 1928/1929

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Commencement 1929

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Quad Area 1930

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Kindergarten 1932

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1st Grade 1933

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Thanksgiving ~1935

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Miss Frisbee's Class 12/1935

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Tom Thumb Wedding ~1936

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School Play? 12/1936

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Arabian Nights ~1937

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Teachers Bertha & Emma Blum 1937

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8th Grade 1938

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Patricia Cook's Diploma 1939

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History 2-17-1939

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