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D36824-1
Date: 12-03-19481 of 29:
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Series: D36824   Image#: 1   Date: 12-03-1948
Ten boys from Gault Junior High School, 1115 East Division Lane, formed a human pyramid in December of 1948. This was just one of the many body-building sports and activities they engaged in during gym class. The students are (l to r) bottom row: Gene Montgomery, Floyd James, Curtis Oliver and Mel Laster; second row: Elmer Garrison, Bill Fjetland and Jerry Thorsen; third row: Leonard Hystead and Gary Rostock; and on top is Jerry Richardson. (T. Times, 1/30/49, p. 27).
D78983-4
Date: 11-12-19532 of 29:
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Series: D78983   Image#: 4   Date: 11-12-1953
The Gault Junior High "Nonettes" and their accompanist, dressed in strapless evening gowns with chiffon or net stoles, gather around a piano to practice for the Gault PTA Talent Parade, which was held on November 20, 1953. The talent show gave all the music groups at Gault an opportunity to display their talents. The concert was followed by carnival activities throughout the school: a white elephant grab bag and candy, punch, plant, fancywork and food booths. The "Nonettes" were in no particular order: Sarah Gislason, Barbara Smith, Carole Kestner, Jane Ciro, Pat Bekemans, Fay Sampson, Roberta Robinson, Virginia Lindstrom and Margaret Vimont; they were accompanied on the piano by Julia Beadell. (Photo ordered by the Gault School Carnival Committee.) (TNT 11/19/1953, pg. C-7)
D10467-5
Date: 11-22-19403 of 29:
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Series: D10467   Image#: 5   Date: 11-22-1940
City Light employees pose in front of Gault Intermediate School.
D10467-4
Date: 11-22-19404 of 29:
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Series: D10467   Image#: 4   Date: 11-22-1940
Franklin B. Gault Intermediate School, Hill and Mock, Architects; 1925. General view of building with City Light trucks parked in front.
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Date: 04-13-19495 of 29:
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Series: A41851   Image#: 3   Date: 04-13-1949
Gault Junior High School was named after Dr. Franklin B. Gault, Superintendent of Tacoma Public Schools between 1888 to 1892. The school was built and opened in 1926, it was originally called Franklin B. Gault Intermediate School, but was renamed Gault Junior High School in 1928. View of Gault Junior High School students at their spring music festival concert, held at the Franklin B. Gault Auditorium.
428-1
Date: ca. 19336 of 29:
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Series: 428   Image#: 1   Date: ca. 1933
Gault Intermediate (Junior High) School orchestra. Group portrait of thirty students with instruments taken in front of school circa 1933.
G21.1-186
Date: 02-00-19317 of 29:
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Series: G21.1   Image#: 186   Date: 02-00-1931
In February of 1931, Lucille Dyment, 6, and her sister Mardelle, 8, offered food items to Harry D. Hurlbut, president of the 4L Band, in exchange for admission to the concert at the Gault Intermediate School auditorium. The girls were the grandchildren of City Commissioner Dyer Dyment. More than 1 and one half tons of food were collected at this event sponsored by the McKinley Hill Improvement Club. This was the first year that the 36 piece volunteer band had performed relief concerts, and this was the 12th concert so far. Over 21,000 pounds of food had been collected in all for the needy and unemployed. The concerts were performed in halls all across the city and the food was distributed in the community where the concert took place. (TNT 2/25/1931, pg. 1) TPL-9968
D7714-2
Date: 12-09-19388 of 29:
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Series: D7714   Image#: 2   Date: 12-09-1938
This striking tableaux is a scene from a three act play called "It Will Be All Right on the Night" presented by the Physical Education Department of Gault School in their Auditorium on December 16, 1938. The play is directed by Gordon E. Tatum. The eighteen pictured boys obtained their glistening silver appearance by covering their bodies with paint. Three are pictured attached to crosses; the rest in tormented positions around them. They are, left to right, Ross Heinselman, Robert McDonald, Ted Malone, Jay Burrington, Harold Wagner, Mickey Brown, Carl Anderson, Helmer Bjorkman, Jack Booth, Larry Connors, Dean Kemp, Bob Stater, Jim Langseth, Gene Upton, John Ketter, Bob Platzer and Richard Cole. (T. Times 12-13-38 p.7)
D7714-1
Date: 12-09-19389 of 29:
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Series: D7714   Image#: 1   Date: 12-09-1938
A scene from the three act play "It Will Be All Right on the Night" produced by the Athletic Department at Gault Junior High School in their school auditorium on December 16, 1938. Eighteen boys are painted a glistening silver; three are posed on a cross with the others in tormented positions at their feet. (T. Times 12-13-38 p.7)
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Date: 05-03-194610 of 29:
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Series: D22094   Image#: 2   Date: 05-03-1946
Gault School had a May Day celebration, which included selecting a May Day Queen. The day's events included the gathering of students for the coronation of the Queen, listening to a lecture on the meaning of May Day and watching the traditional and colorful May Pole dance. View of Rosemary Martinson being crowned Queen, two attendants and unidentified man. TPL-9314
D11239-2
Date: 05-06-194111 of 29:
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Series: D11239   Image#: 2   Date: 05-06-1941
The Gault "Nonettes" were one of the vocal ensembles that performed at the Gault Junior High School annual spring music festival held on May 7, 1941. The girls in the "Nonettes were, beginning at the top row and working down: (l to r) Agnes Valor, Bernice Hassler and Virginia Meyer; second row (l to r) Bonita Olson and Bonnie Sheerin; third row (l to r) Violet Powers and Vedajean McCoy; bottom row (l to r) Leola Webster and Iris DeRocher. The festival was an all-school presentation in celebration of National Music Week. (T. Times, 5/7/1941, p. 20)
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Date: 05-13-193812 of 29:
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Series: A7243   Image#: 2   Date: 05-13-1938
Wide angle portrait of the 110 students at Gault Junior High School representing the cast and chorus of the Hawaiian operetta "Tahita," which will be presented at the school on May 13, 1938. The plot was written by the girls in Miss Betty Harding's Glee Club. It is set in Hawaii, where Tahita, the heroine, was shipwrecked as a young child and raised by a native chieftain. She is found by an American aunt who wants to return her to the States to school. However, romance interferes in the person of the captain of the boat and a young bashful Southern sailor. (T. Times 5/13/1938, pg. 8- see caption of photograph for all names.)
477-1
Date: ca. 193413 of 29:
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Series: 477   Image#: 1   Date: ca. 1934
Gault Intermediate (Junior High) School class play "Mother Carey's Chickens." Seven boys and seven girls in costume on stage. They wear heavy theatrical makeup, especially the youngsters that have been aged theatrically.
429-2
Date: ca. 193314 of 29:
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Series: 429   Image#: 2   Date: ca. 1933
Gault Intermediate (Junior High) School, Baseball Team. Seventeen players, manager and coach in front of school.
D94572-2
Date: 11-16-195515 of 29:
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Series: D94572   Image#: 2   Date: 11-16-1955
These six young ladies, members of the Gault Junior High School Orchestra, would be participating in the school's talent program on December 8, 1955. From left to right: Anita Johnson, Carillon Shull, Diane Eggleston, Gretchen Kooley, Pam Potucek and Judy Shull. All the musicians have white blouses with small dark scarves, dark skirts and emblems denoting their membership in the school orchestra. (TNT 11-27-1955, D-11)
D9017-2
Date: 10-26-193916 of 29:
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Series: D9017   Image#: 2   Date: 10-26-1939
Gault Junior High boys dressed in skeleton costumes form a human pyramid on stage.
D7252-2
Date: 05-13-193817 of 29:
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Series: D7252   Image#: 2   Date: 05-13-1938
Seven of the saxophone players in the Gault Intermediate School band and orchestra practise their parts for the May 1938 school production of the operetta "Tahiti." The young musicians are, front row (l to r), Jack Potter, Marjorie Melvin and Eugene Lombardi. Back row (l to r), Dick Norton, Earl Duncanson, Francis Smith and Arthur Bailey. The plot of the operetta was written by the girls in Miss Betty Harding's Glee Club at Gault. The 15 cast members, and the musicians, were supported by dancers and other performers.(T. Times 5/13/1938, pg. 22) SSPA - 13-MAY-2012
D692-1
Date: 09-03-193618 of 29:
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Series: D692   Image#: 1   Date: 09-03-1936
Students at Gault Junior High in the school office arranging their programs on the second day of school. 21,000 Tacoma boys and girls would be returning to school in September of 1936, with an additional 12,000 in the rural districts of Pierce County. (T. Times, 9/3/1936, p. 1).
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Date: 12-06-194519 of 29:
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Series: D20944   Image#: 1   Date: 12-06-1945
Gault School children for Red Cross. Students of Gault Junior High School are placing hand-made Christmas items in a large display case. The gifts and decorations were made by all schools throughout Tacoma and Pierce County. The American Junior Red Cross was a separate section of the American Red Cross. They were important in supporting programs for children in need. The school, opened February 1, 1926, was named after Dr. Franklin B. Gault, Superintendent of Tacoma Schools from 1888 - 1892. L-R, Pat Hjertaas, Rosemary Martinson (seated), Florence Nen, and Harry Brant. (T.Times, 12/18/1945, p.18) TPL-9313
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Date: 01-24-192820 of 29:
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Series: BOLAND   Image#: B17994   Date: 01-24-1928
Cast members of play presented by Gault Intermediate School pose on stage in late January of 1928 during what was probably dress rehearsal. "The Little Princess" was performed by Gault 9th graders as a feature of graduation exercises. The play was first presented on Wednesday afternoon, January 25th, for school pupils. Most, if not all, intermediate schools (later called junior highs) put on at least one play during the school year. Gault Intermediate was renamed Gault Junior High also in 1928. G47.1-059 (TNT 1-25-28, p. 4-article)
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