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Name Rosario School

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Image of 1997.290.001 - Rosario School

1997.290.001 - Rosario School

Rosario School; exterior in 1993. The ANACORTES AMERICAN, September 24, 1989 reports: "Rosario School in Anacortes was built by Trenholm and Black for the Rosario School District in 1890-1891. The school originally had a second story, as evidenced by the window above the doorway. It is said that the upstairs room was intended for parties and parent meetings. Several families reportedly refused to allow their children to attend school for fear the building would blow over in a high wind. In response, Blaine and Sam Giles, Charlie Livingston and Wallace Sharpe removed the second story during the summer of 1909. The Skagit County Historical Society owns Rosario School now. In 1976, t

Image of D.III.unknown - Rosario School

D.III.unknown - Rosario School

Rosario School found with same # D.III.007 as a photo of a teacher's picnic at Cypress Island, 1911, also see D. III.010 The ANACORTES AMERICAN, September 24, 1989 reports: "Rosario School in Anacortes was built by Trenholm and Black for the Rosario School District in 1890-1891. The school originally had a second story, as evidenced by the window above the doorway. It is said that the upstairs room was intended for parties and parent meetings. Several families reportedly refused to allow their children to attend school for fear the building would blow over in a high wind. In response, Blaine and Sam Giles, Charlie Livingston and Wallace Sharpe removed the second story duri

Image of fic.0012.001 -

fic.0012.001 -

Rosario school restoration, three interior, two exterior, during annual gathering (1990-1999). It is owned by the Skagit Valley Historical Museum in LaConner, WA. The ANACORTES AMERICAN, September 24, 1989 reports: "Rosario School in Anacortes was built by Trenholm and Black for the Rosario School District in 1890-1891. The school originally had a second story, as evidenced by the window above the doorway. It is said that the upstairs room was intended for parties and parent meetings. Several families reportedly refused to allow their children to attend school for fear the building would blow over in a high wind. In response, Blaine and Sam Giles, Charlie Livingston and Wallace Sha

Image of fic.0012.002 -

fic.0012.002 -

Rosario school restoration, three interior, two exterior, during annual gathering (1990-1999). It is owned by the Skagit Valley Historical Society in LaConner, WA. The ANACORTES AMERICAN, September 24, 1989 reports: "Rosario School in Anacortes was built by Trenholm and Black for the Rosario School District in 1890-1891. The school originally had a second story, as evidenced by the window above the doorway. It is said that the upstairs room was intended for parties and parent meetings. Several families reportedly refused to allow their children to attend school for fear the building would blow over in a high wind. In response, Blaine and Sam Giles, Charlie Livingston and Walla

Image of fic.0012.003 - Rosario School reunion

fic.0012.003 - Rosario School reunion

Rosario school restoration, three interior, two exterior, during annual gathering (1990-1999). It is owned by the Skagit Valley Historical Society in LaConner, WA. The ANACORTES AMERICAN, September 24, 1989 reports: "Rosario School in Anacortes was built by Trenholm and Black for the Rosario School District in 1890-1891. The school originally had a second story, as evidenced by the window above the doorway. It is said that the upstairs room was intended for parties and parent meetings. Several families reportedly refused to allow their children to attend school for fear the building would blow over in a high wind. In response, Blaine and Sam Giles, Charlie Livingston and Wa

Image of fic.0012.004 -

fic.0012.004 -

Rosario school restoration, three interior, two exterior, during annual gathering (1990-1999). It is owned by the Skagit Valley Historical Society in LaConner, WA. "Bob Tjeerdsma" is handwritten on the back of the photo. The ANACORTES AMERICAN, September 24, 1989 reports: "Rosario School in Anacortes was built by Trenholm and Black for the Rosario School District in 1890-1891. The school originally had a second story, as evidenced by the window above the doorway. It is said that the upstairs room was intended for parties and parent meetings. Several families reportedly refused to allow their children to attend school for fear the building would blow over in a high

Image of fic.0012.005 -

fic.0012.005 -

Rosario school restoration, three interior, two exterior, during annual gathering (1990-1999). It is owned by the Skagit Valley Historical Society in LaConner, WA. The ANACORTES AMERICAN, September 24, 1989 reports: "Rosario School in Anacortes was built by Trenholm and Black for the Rosario School District in 1890-1891. The school originally had a second story, as evidenced by the window above the doorway. It is said that the upstairs room was intended for parties and parent meetings. Several families reportedly refused to allow their children to attend school for fear the building would blow over in a high wind. In response, Blaine and Sam Giles, Charlie Livingston and Walla

Image of 1997.290.002 - Rosario School interior

1997.290.002 - Rosario School interior

Rosario School; interior in 1993. The ANACORTES AMERICAN, September 24, 1989 reports: "Rosario School in Anacortes was built by Trenholm and Black for the Rosario School District in 1890-1891. The school originally had a second story, as evidenced by the window above the doorway. It is said that the upstairs room was intended for parties and parent meetings. Several families reportedly refused to allow their children to attend school for fear the building would blow over in a high wind. In response, Blaine and Sam Giles, Charlie Livingston and Wallace Sharpe removed the second story during the summer of 1909. The Skagit County Historical Society owns Rosario School now. In 1976, t

Image of D.II.087 - Rosario School

D.II.087 - Rosario School

The ANACORTES AMERICAN, September 24, 1989 reported: "Rosario School in Anacortes was built by Trenholm and Black for the Rosario School District in 1890-1891. The school originally had a second story, as evidenced by the window above the doorway. It is said that the upstairs room was intended for parties and parent meetings. Several families reportedly refused to allow their children to attend school for fear the building would blow over in a high wind. In response, Blaine and Sam Giles, Charlie Livingston and Wallace Sharpe removed the second story during the summer of 1909. The Skagit County Historical Society owns Rosario School now. In 1976, the Anacortes Lions Club repaired and