|Title||Pialschie School Students and Teacher|
|Object Name||Print, Photographic|
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.|
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