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Catalog Number 1997.080
Caption Storvik Park groundbreaking
Description Photograph used in article in ANACORTES AMERICAN, April 6, 1972. "Ground Breaking -- Work on the John Storvik Municipal Playground on 32nd Street got under way Monday and on hand to take part in the groundbreaking ceremonies were a large turnout of city officials and members of the John Storvik family. Holding shovels and turning over the ground from the left were Park Commission Chairman, Ray Separovich, Mayor Jim Rice and Norine "Bootie" Anderson Rieger, niece of Storvik. Others joining in the ceremonies were Chamber President Arnell Johnson, Councilmen Clyde Cook, Dr. L. E. Nicholson, Gary Nelson (6th from left, tall man in back), and Floyd Lunsford (5th from left with hat), Bob Harr, Dick Johnson, Loren Bowen, Willard Evans, Paul Luvera (far right) and Skagit County Superior Court Judge Walter J. Deierlein, Jr. Family members joining Mrs. Reiger at the ceremonies were Mavis Anderson Bush (behind and to the right of young Cami Anderson), Cami Anderson (girl, center front, later Cami Anderson Mavar), Mable Anderson Larson (9th from left, gray hair) and Wanda Bondeson Anderson (11th from left, next to Norine Anderson Rieger who has the shovel)"
Subjects Place - Anacortes, WA
People
Event - ground breaking
Recreation
Equipment
People RICE, James "Jim"
STORVIK, John
SEPAROVICH, Raymond "Ray"
ANDERSON, Norine Olive "Bootie" [REIGER]
JOHNSON, Arnell
COOK, Clyde
NICHOLSON, Laurence Elwood, Dr., DDS
NELSON, Gary
LUNSFORD, Floyd
HARR, Robert "Bob"
JOHNSON, Richard "Dick"
BOWEN, Loren
EVANS, Willard
LUVERA, Paul, Sr.
DEIERLEIN, Walter J., Jr.
REIGER, Norine Olive "Bootie" ANDERSON
ANDERSON, Mavis
BUSH, Mavis ANDERSON
ANDERSON, Cami
MAVAR, Cami ANDERSON
ANDERSON, Mabel
LARSON, Mabel ANDERSON
BONDESON, Wanda La Rayne [ANDERSON]
ANDERSON, Wanda La Rayne BONDESON
Place Anacortes, WA
Search Terms Storvik Park
32nd and O
shovel
groundbreaking ceremony
people
Object Name Print, Photographic