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Image of 2014.011.005 - Book

2014.011.005 - Book

The Anacortes High School Class of 1945 celebrated its 40th reunion August 17 and 18, 1985. Activities included dinner and dancing at the Elks Club and a picnic and party at Sunset Beach in Washington Park. Included in the booklet are mostly letters and information from staff and class members. The "In Memory Of" section included Maude Webb, Kirvin Smith, and Ferdinand Kramer -- all faculty members in 1945.

Image of WF 0914.001 - 1917 AHS faculty

WF 0914.001 - 1917 AHS faculty

Photographed page from 1917 Anacortes High School annual showing the faculty.

Image of 2008.043.001 - Anacortes High School 1912

2008.043.001 - Anacortes High School 1912

Anacortes High School Faculty. Standing on steps of brick Anacortes High School, 3 men in back row, 4 women holding banner in front .

Image of WF 2600.002 - Cyril Brewer, Anacortes High School music teacher

WF 2600.002 - Cyril Brewer, Anacortes High School music teacher

Cyril Brewer was a music teacher at Anacortes High School.

Image of WF 2600.003 - Cyril Brewer, AHS music teacher

WF 2600.003 - Cyril Brewer, AHS music teacher

Cyril Brewer was a music teacher at Anacortes High School.

Image of WF 2598 - 1933 Anacortes High School faculty

WF 2598 - 1933 Anacortes High School faculty

1933 Anacortes High School faculty, as seen on page 4 of the annual. Left to right: Back row: Ray Cowell (science, social sciences), William Wagner, (Commercial Department), DeFore Cramblitt (principal and teacher of economics and sociology), G. K. Chamberlain (industrial arts), Ellis Johnson (PE), Inez Jackson (music), Evelyn Forbes (math), Margery Foster (Home Economics), Theodore Cederberg (English). Front row: Margaret Burpee (Commercial Department), Alene Morrison (English), Cornelia Newton (library), A.O. Hammond, (language, social science), Mary Carter (science).

Image of WF 2599 - Geraldine Baker, art teacher

WF 2599 - Geraldine Baker, art teacher

Geraldine Baker was an art teacher at the Junior High School.

Image of WF 2600.001.A - Cyril Brewer, music teacher

WF 2600.001.A - Cyril Brewer, music teacher

Cyril Brewer was a music teacher at Anacortes High School.

Image of WF 2600.001.B - Cyril Brewer, music teacher

WF 2600.001.B - Cyril Brewer, music teacher

Cyril Brewer was a music teacher at Anacortes High School.

Image of WF 2613 - Mary Carter, AHS chemistry and biology

WF 2613 - Mary Carter, AHS chemistry and biology

Mary Carter taught chemistry and biology at Anacortes High School 1923-1957. This image appears in the 1944 annual.

Image of WF 2601 - Howard Boulton, AHS teacher/basketball coach

WF 2601 - Howard Boulton, AHS teacher/basketball coach

Howard Boulton was an Anacortes High School teacher and basketball coach. Born on February 16, 1907, in Michigan, Boulton moved to Washington in 1912. He graduated from Sedro Woolley High School. He was a teacher and coach at Anacortes High School for thirteen years, from c. 1930-1943. In 1943 Boulton moved to Concrete and served as a grade school principal until 1971. He and his wife, Rhoda, retired to Apache Junction, Arizona. Boulton died on October 5, 1985, in Prescott, Arizona.

Image of WF 2602.001 - Howard Boulton, AHS teacher/basketball coach

WF 2602.001 - Howard Boulton, AHS teacher/basketball coach

Howard Boulton was an Anacortes High School teacher and basketball coach. Born on February 16, 1907, in Michigan, Boulton moved to Washington in 1912. He graduated from Sedro Woolley High School. He was a teacher and coach at Anacortes High School for thirteen years, from c. 1930-1943. In 1943 Boulton moved to Concrete and served as a grade school principal until 1971. He and his wife, Rhoda, retired to Apache Junction, Arizona. Boulton died on October 5, 1985, in Prescott, Arizona.

Image of WF 2602.002 - Howard Boulton, AHS teacher/basketball coach

WF 2602.002 - Howard Boulton, AHS teacher/basketball coach

Howard Boulton was an Anacortes High School teacher and basketball coach. Born on February 16, 1907, in Michigan, Boulton moved to Washington in 1912. He graduated from Sedro Woolley High School. He was a teacher and coach at Anacortes High School for thirteen years, from c. 1930-1943. In 1943 Boulton moved to Concrete and served as a grade school principal until 1971. He and his wife, Rhoda, retired to Apache Junction, Arizona. Boulton died on October 5, 1985, in Prescott, Arizona.

Image of WF 2608 - Margaret Burpee, AHS Commercial Department

WF 2608 - Margaret Burpee, AHS Commercial Department

Margaret Burpee was a teacher in the Commercial Department at Anacortes High School.

Image of WF 2603 - Howard Boulton, AHS teacher/basketball coach

WF 2603 - Howard Boulton, AHS teacher/basketball coach

Howard Boulton was an Anacortes High School teacher and basketball coach. Born on February 16, 1907, in Michigan, Boulton moved to Washington in 1912. He graduated from Sedro Woolley High School. He was a teacher and coach at Anacortes High School for thirteen years, from c. 1930-1943. In 1943 Boulton moved to Concrete and served as a grade school principal until 1971. He and his wife, Rhoda, retired to Apache Junction, Arizona. Boulton died on October 5, 1985, in Prescott, Arizona.

Image of WF 2604 - Howard Boulton, AHS teacher/basketball coach

WF 2604 - Howard Boulton, AHS teacher/basketball coach

Howard Boulton was an Anacortes High School teacher and basketball coach. Born on February 16, 1907, in Michigan, Boulton moved to Washington in 1912. He graduated from Sedro Woolley High School. He was a teacher and coach at Anacortes High School for thirteen years, from c. 1930-1943. In 1943 Boulton moved to Concrete and served as a grade school principal until 1971. He and his wife, Rhoda, retired to Apache Junction, Arizona. Boulton died on October 5, 1985, in Prescott, Arizona.

Image of WF 2605.001 - Howard Boulton, AHS teacher/basketball coach

WF 2605.001 - Howard Boulton, AHS teacher/basketball coach

Howard Boulton was an Anacortes High School teacher and basketball coach. Born on February 16, 1907, in Michigan, Boulton moved to Washington in 1912. He graduated from Sedro Woolley High School. He was a teacher and coach at Anacortes High School for thirteen years, from c. 1930-1943. In 1943 Boulton moved to Concrete and served as a grade school principal until 1971. He and his wife, Rhoda, retired to Apache Junction, Arizona. Boulton died on October 5, 1985, in Prescott, Arizona.

Image of WF 2607 - Howard Boulton, AHS teacher/baseball coach

WF 2607 - Howard Boulton, AHS teacher/baseball coach

Howard Boulton was an Anacortes High School teacher, baseball coach, and basketball coach. Born on February 16, 1907, in Michigan, Boulton moved to Washington in 1912. He graduated from Sedro Woolley High School. He was a teacher and coach at Anacortes High School for thirteen years, from c. 1930-1943. In 1943 Boulton moved to Concrete and served as a grade school principal until 1971. He and his wife, Rhoda, retired to Apache Junction, Arizona. Boulton died on October 5, 1985, in Prescott, Arizona. The men on either side are unidentified, but they were probably assistant baseball coaches.

Image of WF 2605.002 - Howard Boulton, AHS teacher/basketball coach

WF 2605.002 - Howard Boulton, AHS teacher/basketball coach

Howard Boulton was an Anacortes High School teacher and basketball coach. Born on February 16, 1907, in Michigan, Boulton moved to Washington in 1912. He graduated from Sedro Woolley High School. He was a teacher and coach at Anacortes High School for thirteen years, from c. 1930-1943. In 1943 Boulton moved to Concrete and served as a grade school principal until 1971. He and his wife, Rhoda, retired to Apache Junction, Arizona. Boulton died on October 5, 1985, in Prescott, Arizona.

Image of WF 2605.003 - Howard Boulton, AHS teacher/basketball coach

WF 2605.003 - Howard Boulton, AHS teacher/basketball coach

Howard Boulton was an Anacortes High School teacher and basketball coach. Born on February 16, 1907, in Michigan, Boulton moved to Washington in 1912. He graduated from Sedro Woolley High School. He was a teacher and coach at Anacortes High School for thirteen years, from c. 1930-1943. In 1943 Boulton moved to Concrete and served as a grade school principal until 1971. He and his wife, Rhoda, retired to Apache Junction, Arizona. Boulton died on October 5, 1985, in Prescott, Arizona.