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East Carolina Indian School graduating class of 1952

Students of the East Carolina Indian School’s graduating class of 1952 pose in their graduation caps and gowns. In the front of the group there are two young children also in graduation regalia. In the photo:

Children: Tony Maynor, Janet Miller Jacobs
Front row: Joyce Brewington, Patricia Brewington, Edna Jacobs, Eula Mae Maynor, Ollie Vince Bledsole, Frances Carter
Back row: Perdie Rains, Curtis Brewington, Lillian Goodman, Homer Spaulding

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