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Image of E.III.027 - Book

E.III.027 - Book

Book "Anacortes Book of Verses" 1930 by Anacortes High School students; sponsored by the Anacortes Rotary Club. Contains 34 poems: "Heave Ho!" by Loren Torpey; "Night" by Frances Dorcy; "Content With Duty" by Eldora Prawitz; "Summer Sea" by Evelyn Lundberg; "The Wind" by Charles Kidder; "Sunrise on Puget Sound", by Winnifred Green; "Amos 'n' Andy" by Betty Lowman; "Mount Erie", by Marguerite Miller; "Is the World Round?" by Evelyn MacKenzie; "A Sea Gull", by Robert Palmer; "The Crocus" by Margaret Olson; "My Puppy's Bark", by Barbara Sackett; "The Watchman" by Gwen Anderson; "Only a Shamrock" by Frances Dorcy; "Our Swimmin' Hole" by Don Lary; "Wishing" by Verna Woods; "Life" by Wilma Bowser;

Image of E.XXV.014 - Book

E.XXV.014 - Book

Book "Anacortes Book of Verses" 1930 by Anacortes High School students; sponsored by the Anacortes Rotary Club. Contains 34 poems: "Heave Ho!" by Loren Torpey; "Night" by Frances Dorcy; "Content With Duty" by Eldora Prawitz; "Summer Sea" by Evelyn Lundberg; "The Wind" by Charles Kidder; "Sunrise on Puget Sound", by Winnifred Green; "Amos 'n' Andy" by Betty Lowman; "Mount Erie", by Marguerite Miller; "Is the World Round?" by Evelyn MacKenzie; "A Sea Gull", by Robert Palmer; "The Crocus" by Margaret Olson; "My Puppy's Bark", by Barbara Sackett; "The Watchman" by Gwen Anderson; "Only a Shamrock" by Frances Dorcy; "Our Swimmin' Hole" by Don Lary; "Wishing" by Verna Woods; "Life" by Wilma Bowser;

Image of 2013.023.018.001 - Article

2013.023.018.001 - Article

A recital was held at Immaculate Conception School in Mt. Vernon in April 1979 for students of Miss Mary Carroll. The students, ages 3-7, were taught by using the Suzuki Method. At upper left is Corey Kiesser. Quong and Tuong Luu are in the upper right, and Miss Carroll is shown at lower right. She also taught at Anacortes schools for three years.

Image of 2013.023.017.001 - Article

2013.023.017.001 - Article

A Suzuki violin recital was held April 1979 at Immaculate Conception School in Mt. Vernon. The instructor was Miss Mary Carroll who also directed the Suzuki program at Anacortes schools. Identified are: Corey Kiesser - third from left, top row Lee Kiesser - fourth from left, top row Seth Jeretski - second from left, middle row Britt Robinson - third from left, middle row Kally Kiesser - left, front row Chelcy Goss - third from left, front row Traci Kiesser - right, front row

Image of 2014.011.057 - Clipping, Newspaper

2014.011.057 - Clipping, Newspaper

Members of the Anacortes High School class of 1950 (B through M) were pictured in this ad in a May 1950 issue of an Anacortes paper. The ad sponsors for this page were W. G. McCallum, Anacortes Floral and Gift, Wagner Dairy, Anacortes Laundry and Cleaners, Island Transfer, H. E. Mansfield Co., Anacortes Gas Co., Mosier Furniture Co., Fern Press, Island Ferry Co., Anacortes Theatres, Sea Hawk Store, Anacortes Drug Co., Anacortes Equipment Co., and Trulson Motor Co. The headline read "Congratulations to the Class of 1950" and continued on the next page (2014.011.058) "From Anacortes Business and Industry."

Image of 2014.011.015 - Book

2014.011.015 - Book

"Fire, Fire on the Ceiling" is a collection of student poetry from Anacortes Public Schools compiled in June 1975. The Anacortes Cultural Education Program was made possible through grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Washington State Arts Commission, the Anacortes Pop-n-Art Series and Anacortes School District No. 103. Michael Magee worked with students at all grades who created the poems. The book is spiral bound.

Image of 2014.011.011 - Book

2014.011.011 - Book

"Chrysalis" is a compilation of poems, art, and short stories created by Anacortes High School students in 1975. This is volume 2. Mrs. Thelma Palmer was the advisor.

Image of 2014.011.006 - Book

2014.011.006 - Book

"Solace" is a compilation of poems, art, and short stories created by Anacortes High School students in Spring 2001. It was edited by Nick "Tex" Strizic and dedicated to Peggy Urstad. Contributors were Paul Daughtry, J.A. Bartelli, Kevin Miller, Sutherland Stattz, Zane Mehl, Adam Mikkelborg, Nick Tex Strizic, Garrett Lewis, Sam Winston, Riley Market, Hannah Nolan, Nick Miller, Chase Bacitich, Shawnee Stroud, Mary Nystrom, Kate Robison, Jesse James O'Clock, Jason Howard, and Amber Johnson.

Image of 2014.011.004 - Book

2014.011.004 - Book

The Anacortes High School Class of 1967 celebrated its 20th reunion August 22 and 23, 1987. Activities included dinner and dancing at City Hall and a picnic and party at Sunset Beach in Washington Park. Included in the booklet were pictures of those who had passed away prior to the event, artwork, and biographies and addresses of class members. The front cover has caricatures of staff members and four Seahawks holding band instruments. The back cover lists (in very small letters) song titles from 1965-1967. The artwork in this book probably was all done by Bill Mitchell.

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 2014.011.058 - Clipping, Newspaper

2014.011.058 - Clipping, Newspaper

Members of the Anacortes High School class of 1950 (N through W) were pictured in this ad in a May 1950 issue of an Anacortes paper. The ad sponsors for this page were Cornelius, Jewelers, Lyle A. Riddle Insurance, Doctor E. E. Dodge, Optometrist, Voitus Furniture, Wally's Boat Sales, Winge's Community Store, Tot and Teen Shop, Jeanette's, Arctic Drive-In, Fortune's Bakery, Hunt's Nu-Way Cleaners, John Brogan Studio, Way's Grocery, Burton Jewelers, Welch Brothers, Rufus A. Webb Shell Jobber. The headline read "Congratulations to the Class of 1950" (2014.011.057) and continued on the next page (2014.011.058) "From Anacortes Business and Industry." Commencement Exercises were held in the

Image of 2013.077.074 - Book, Record

2013.077.074 - Book, Record

This Washington School Register was kept by School District No. 28 of Skagit County from 1899 to 1911. It contains: "Daily, Term and Annual Records, showing Weekly, Monthly, Term and Annual Summaries, together with a Roll of Honor, a Visitors' Register, Teachers' Reports to District Clerks, and an Inventory of Movable Property." It appears that classes were smaller and hours were longer than a century later.

Image of 2013.077.322.001-.006 - Report

2013.077.322.001-.006 - Report

On May 19, 1978, students went to visit Phillip McCracken's art studio on Guemes Island. This may have been as a part of the Cultural Education Program in the Anacortes Schools. Six reports have been kept from that visit. The students commented about his work in wood, bronze, plaster, and paint.

Image of 1997.019.001.067 - Article

1997.019.001.067 - Article

The ANACORTES AMERICAN published these photos on April 3, 1974, of students receiving immunizations at Mt. Erie elementary. The students, left to right, are Mike Lynch, Dawn Ruff, and Jill Baker.

Image of 1997.019.001.086 - Newspaper

1997.019.001.086 - Newspaper

The ANACORTES AMERICAN published a supplement titled "Anacortes High School Graduation Supplement" on June 1, 1967. It included photos of the 168 graduates on its 12 pages. On the back was information on the Baccalaureate Service, Commencement Exercises, Commencement speakers, Superintendent, and School Board directors.

Image of 1994.019.003.043.A,B - Nelson School, 7th or 8th grade students

1994.019.003.043.A,B - Nelson School, 7th or 8th grade students

This image of the seventh or eighth grade class was taken by the Nelson School c. 1930. It is the Anacortes High School class of 1934. Front row: Jack Goff, Delbert Boulton, Vernon Wold, Jack Roush (Ross), David Walleretz, Laurence Seitz 2nd row: Mary Barcott, Lizzie Veloni, Virginia IVerson, Martha Deutch, Stella Myron, Mary Franolovich 3rd row: Edna Bergman, Doris Anderson Tursi, Delista Draper, Edna Bergman Back row: Tony Pirak, Lawrence Stankus, Bob Brooks

Image of 2000.022.006 - Dewey School kids 1910

2000.022.006 - Dewey School kids 1910

"Dewey School Pupils and their teacher 1910" Originally belonged to Teresa Rogers now deceased.

Image of 2000.022.007 - Dewey School classmates 1911

2000.022.007 - Dewey School classmates 1911

"Dewey School Pupils and their teachers 1911" Originally belonged to Teresa Rogers now deceased.

Image of 2002.123.008.A,B -

2002.123.008.A,B -

Dewey School Class, Teacher Helen Hale, c. 1930. Top row, l to r: Harriet Horn, Frederick Morelan, Dorothy Kuhn, Robert Haugland, Walter Elvebak, Arthur Symonds, Glen Dimmick, Mamie Olson, Guttorm Gregerson, Irene Jacobsen, Irene Schillios Middle row: Helen Elvebak, Hazel Haugland, May Horn, Merna Moen, Sylvia Schillios, Viola Symonds, June Elvebak, Fern Faris, Mabelle Miller, Alice Goodfellow, Jeanette Elvebak Bottom row: Jacob Olson, Arthur Haugland, Emerson Faris, Walter Symonds, Raymond Olson, Alfred Goodfellow, LaVerne Dean, Harold Schillios Identification courtesy of Yette Summers and Agnes Trulson

Image of 2002.123.015.A,B -

2002.123.015.A,B -

Dewey School Class on steps of front of school; Teacher Bernard Jacobus. Top row: Chester Thomson, Hazel Symonds, Bessie Symonds, Ruth Elvebak, Palma Elvebak, Clarence Horn, LeElla Miller, Walter Elvebak, Mabel Miller, Mildred Curry, Robert Miller, Harvey Moen. Second row: Gilbert Olson, Sigler Moen, Ivan Olson, Harold Elvebak, Claude Tripp. 3rd Row: Arthur Symonds, Edith Torpey, Bob Chitwood, Agnes Elvebak. Bottom row: Harriet Horn, Helen Elvebak, Jay Thomson, Dorothy Kuhn, Pearl Steele.