Mrs. Florence Richmond’s class

Remember when: Red Brick School

You can’t help but notice those great old wooden desks and the big blackboard in this classic 1940s photo

You can’t help but notice those great old wooden desks and the big blackboard in this classic 1940s photo of Mrs. Florence Richmond’s class at the Red Brick School.

Shown in the front row: Shirley Oness, Norma Lucas, Wayne Strause, and Ruby Raugust; row 2: Norman Stause, Henry Matejka, Karen Umbach, Marie McGuire, and Francis Bruns;. row 2: Lois Golder, Jean Felton, Donald Gore, Rod Shaw, Audrey Seifert, and Joan Spink. Up in the fourth row are: Mona Beuselinck, Jon Dickau, Karen Geibert, Lily Schickerowski, Lily Pohl, and Janet Casey; Row: five: Mary Rees, Bobby Herron, Fern Russell, Janet Foster, Shirley Lucas, and Beverley Pritchard; then standing in the back row are: Clayton Brant, Ossie Rees, Ken and Gordon Birchill, Russell L’Hirondelle, William Conley and teacher Mrs. Richmond.

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