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Title Pialschie School Students and Teacher
Object Name Print, Photographic
Date 1904
Description Three copies of a black and white photograph of the students and teacher at the Pialschie School in 1904. 35 students and one teacher are posed standing and sitting outside next to the school building. Most individuals appear to be Caucasian, except for one boy of likely Japanese descent.

Pialschie is located 20 miles south of Seattle within the future city limits of Auburn, Washington. On June 21, 1887, the Pialschie Post Office opened. John M. Thomas, the first postmaster, distributed the mail from his hotel. The town name changed to Thomas on January 31, 1907.
Credit Line White River Valley Museum Collection, Gift of Kathryn Perkins Alvord.
Catalog Number PO-00024
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People Alvord, Dorothy
Alvord, Eugene
Boddy, Chester
Boddy, Fred
Brentlinger, Clarence
Campbell, Eva
Cloud, Ray
Darker, Jim
Darker, June
Dyson, Flora
Ham, Art
Ham, Hilda
Ham, John
Ham, Millie
Higashida, James
Knickerbocker, Charlotte
Knickerbocker, Lena
Knickerbocker, Norma
Monk, Art
Monk, Ed
Monk, Edith
Olinger, Harold
Reddington, Bryon
Shoff, Clarence
Shoff, Lester
Shoff, Vera
Steele, Bessie
Steele, Bill
Steele, Bob
Steele, Ethel
Steele, Ruth
Westover, Florence
Willis, Alta
Willis, Bub
Willis, Elmer
Ziegler, Blanche