Sunday School gathering at home of Robert Sharpe. Sharpe's home location mentioned in 12-9-1882 NORTHWEST ENTERPRISE, "Unquestionably the best piece of road on the island is that leading up ... to Robert Sharpe's place in the neighborhood of the Pass." Rosario School began in Sharpe's home on 12-2-1889. Research indicates the following people are shown:
Back row on porch, l to r: Oscar Bresee (probably son of Rev. Darius Bresee, Lake Erie), next 4 men unknown; last man to right may be Isaac Taylor.
MIDDLE row, standing, l to r: Robert Sharpe, Belle Taylor (wife of Isaac) holding son Jimmie, Pertelia (sp?) Haroldson (wife of Ole, mother of Julia), Frank Dodds, possibly Mrs. Robert Sharpe (Kate - white bow at neck), next two men at rear unknown, directly in front of them is Julia Haroldson (chain at neck), Pearl Ginnett Coberly, Alice White (Best) Christiansen (see WF 0026,0027). Young girl standing in front of them holding Wellspring newspaper is Sadie Ginnett Torpey.
FRONT row, sitting, l to r: A. V. Ginnett (proprietor of Anacortes Fish Market in 1900 and sister of Sadie (above), Fred Taylor (also identified as James Wright), Matilda Carr (see WF 0039) holding Wallace Sharpe on lap, Clifford Sharpe.
|Photographer||Booen, or Booen and Ewing (see notes)|
Place - Fidalgo Island
Organization - Church
Structure - Residence
|Credit line||donated by Wallie Funk|
BRESEE, Darius, Rev.
CHRISTENSON, Alice WHITE
COBERLY, Pearl Ginnett
GINNETT, Albert V.
HAROLDSON, Pertelia (sp?)
SHARPE, John Clifford
SHARPE, Wallace James
TORPEY, Sarah "Sadie" GINNETT
|Place||Fidalgo Island, WA|
|Object Name||Print, Photographic|