(Click to magnify - multiple levels of magnification) This photo has been heavily Photoshopped to remove visual artifact
(Click to magnify - multiple levels of magnification) This photo has been heavily Photoshopped to remove visual artifacts) NOTE: The building behind is the OLD UHS - across from Trinity United Church (the building is no longer there).
1922 UHS group picture - LEFT half
(Click to magnify - multiple levels of magnification) This photo has been heavily Photoshopped to remove visual artifact
(Click to magnify - multiple levels of magnification) This photo has been heavily Photoshopped to remove visual artifacts) Harry Taylor is identified in the back row. He was 17 when this was taken. He walked each day from the farm about a mile north of the Foster Memorial. Later he left home and worked in Uxbridge in order to finish High School. You can get a close-up of Harry using multiple clicks on the photo.
1922 UHS group picture - RIGHT half 
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1928 UHS group picture - LEFT third
(Click to magnify (multiple levels of magnification)) ... warning very large file size. There is some debate as to the a
(Click to magnify (multiple levels of magnification)) ... warning very large file size. There is some debate as to the actual date when this was taken, but the final third of the photo shows May 28; I assume this means May 1928. There is no one alive now (we believe) that can collaborate this date.
 
1928 UHS group picture  (middle third of a huge photo)
(Click to magnify (multiple levels of magnification) ... warning - very large file size. See notes above.
(Click to magnify (multiple levels of magnification) ... warning - very large file size. See notes above.
 
1928 UHS group picture  (right third of a huge photo)
(Click to magnify (multiple levels of magnification)) ... warning very large file size. I've come to the conclusion tha
(Click to magnify (multiple levels of magnification)) ... warning very large file size. I've come to the conclusion that this was taken in MAY of 1928 ... see bottom right side.
 
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(Click to magnify - multiple levels of magnification) This photo has been heavily Photoshopped to remove visual artifact
(Click to magnify - multiple levels of magnification) This photo has been heavily Photoshopped to remove visual artifacts)
1930-31 UHS group picture  (left third of a huge photo) NOTE: when the photo was divided into thirds, it was inevitable that the division line would bisect someone.
Lynn Taylor's mother, ELVA TAYLOR (Noble) is 98-years-old (as of March 7, 2013) and living at Lakeview in Beaverton. Pr
Lynn Taylor's mother, ELVA TAYLOR (Noble) is 98-years-old (as of March 7, 2013) and living at Lakeview in Beaverton. Probably our school's oldest living alumni.
↑ extracted from above photo: Elva Taylor (Noble) ↑
(Click to magnify - multiple levels of magnification) This photo has been heavily Photoshopped to remove visual artifact
(Click to magnify - multiple levels of magnification) This photo has been heavily Photoshopped to remove visual artifacts) NOTE: the principal: J.E. Burchell, is near the right edge of the 2nd row.
1930 - 31 UHS group picture - MIDDLE THIRD of a huge picture
(Click to magnify - multiple levels of magnification) This photo has been heavily Photoshopped to remove visual artifact
(Click to magnify - multiple levels of magnification) This photo has been heavily Photoshopped to remove visual artifacts)
1930 - 31 UHS group picture - RIGHT THIRD of a huge picture
Elsie Prentice (Mother of Don Prentice, the late Murray Prentice, and Ross Prentice (in Seattle)
Elsie Prentice (Mother of Don Prentice, the late Murray Prentice, and Ross Prentice (in Seattle)
↑ extracted from above photo: Elsie Prentice (Noble) ↑
 
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1934-35 UHS group picture  (left third of a huge photo) NOTE: when the photo was divided into thirds, it was inevitable that the division line would bisect someone. Every effort was made to make sure that everyone was included in whole on one of the thirds.
(Click to magnify (multiple levels of magnification)) ... warning very large file size  ... this photo was scanned at 24
(Click to magnify (multiple levels of magnification)) ... warning very large file size ... this photo was scanned at 2400 dpi and subsequently photoshopped to eliminate water damage and other visual artifacts). The top left had three students (assuming) pasted in physically; perhaps they weren't there when the original photo was taken. With this high-resolution photograph, a very long exposure was required for the film and the subjects had to keep still without moving for several seconds. Some students did not - see last row, student on the far left. This is what happens if you move when you shouldn't.
 
1934-35 UHS group picture  (middle third of a huge photo)
(Click to magnify (multiple levels of magnification)) ... warning very large file size  ... this photo was scanned at 24
(Click to magnify (multiple levels of magnification)) ... warning very large file size ... this photo was scanned at 2400 dpi and subsequently photoshopped to eliminate water damage and other visual artifacts). The principal, J.E. Burchell, is in the front middle, first man to the right of the women teachers.
 
1934-35 UHS group picture (far right side of a huge photo - split into 3 pieces)
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(Click to magnify (multiple levels of magnification)) ... warning very large file size ... this photo was scanned at 2400 dpi and subsequently photoshopped to eliminate water damage and other visual artifacts). Notice the new car on the right).
 
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1938 - 39 UHS group picture  (left third of a huge photo) NOTE: when the photo was divided into thirds, it was inevitable that the division line would bisect someone. Every effort was made to make sure that everyone was included in whole on one of the thirds.
(Click to magnify - multiple levels of magnification)
(Click to magnify - multiple levels of magnification)
 
1938 - 39 UHS group picture  (middle third of a huge photo)
(Click to magnify - multiple levels of magnification)
(Click to magnify - multiple levels of magnification)
 
1938 - 39 UHS group picture (far right side of a huge photo which is split into 3 pieces)
(Click to magnify - multiple levels of magnification) Note: This photo has been thoroughly cleaned digitally. In additio
(Click to magnify - multiple levels of magnification) Note: This photo has been thoroughly cleaned digitally. In addition, we have NAMES which will be posted when all three sections have been Photoshopped.
 
1938 - 39 - BOTTOM ROW:

(LEFT THIRD PHOTO )Walter Waterworth, Bob Wilkinson, Carl Beardon, Gordon Harrison, Keith Wass, Russel Leask, Harvey Acton, Bud Randall, Bruce Taylor, William Hackner, Neil Fawns, Merle Pritcher, Peter Williamson, Herbert Mills,Raymon Thompson, Jim Walker, (RIGHT THIRD PHOTODavid Nesbitt, Walter Lyons, Ross Harrison, Morley Barton, Harvey Feasby, Charlie Painter, Norman Smith, Morley Luke, Jack Vesey

1938 - 39 - SECOND ROW:

(Starting on the LEFT PHOTO, all the way across three photos to the right THIRD PHOTO )  Loraine Matthews, Reta Varty, Dorene Turner, Melba Baird, Mary Grey, Grace Daines, Jean Feir, Elda Cox, Glenna Madill, Florence Cook, Jean Hogg, Mary Real, Jean Ball, Kathleen McDermott, Marion Waterworth, Murial Forsyth, Joyce Beer, Bertha Watson, Lorna Howsan, Mildred Spencely, Nancy Jean Alexander, Eva Robertson, Maxine Parish, Teachers: Mrs. Lemay, Miss Babcock, Mr. MacRae (Principal), Mr. Jones, Miss Feir, Miss Roberts, Howard Feasby, Harry Elford, Ronald Risebrough, James Best, Bruce Wagg, Kenneth Rod, Allen Grey, Helen Smith, Minnie Smith, Vivienne Peters, Laura Smith, Olive Hill.

1938 - 39 - THIRD ROW:

(Starting on the LEFT PHOTO, all the way across three photos to the right THIRD PHOTO )  Jean Channon, Marie Forfar, Marjorie Davidson, UNKNOWN, Evelyn Paine, Lillian Ward, Helen King, Marjorie Webster, Kay Cameron, Jean MacKnight, Doris Johnston, Lillian Feir, Betty Masier, Gloria Shrieve, Phyllis Watson, Marion Yule, Wilda Ward, Bessie Norwood, Florence Smith, Maragaret Nesbitt, (Patsy) Norene Till, Bob Johnston, Wilmott Croxall, Roy Painter, Scott Wilkinson, Agnes Mills, Mary Weir, Mabel Rodman, Katherine Bookham, Audrey Cook, Pauline Sheir, Audrey Love, Agnes Brown, Edna Pollard, Kay Veal, Doris Pollard, Helen Crosby, Jeanette Watson, Mignon Hochberg, Margaret Watson.

 
1938 - 39 - BACK ROW:

(Starting on the LEFT PHOTO, all the way across three photos to the right THIRD PHOTO )  Scott Livingston, Roy Donnet, Roy Wilson, Bud Meisner, Simpson Greig, Ronald Waterworth, Leland Vance, Delbert Cooper, Herbert Wass, Percy Crapper, Henry Madill, Eva Randall, Elva Brent, Rhea Card, Elma Vance, Isobel James, Jeannie Meek, Betty Pretty, Isobel Holward, Norma Wakelin, Verna Beatty, Leal Tambyln, Betty Jeffrey, Aileen Feir, Mary Wilson, Irene Johnston, Margaret Leask, Jean MacDonald, Lucille Suggit, George Horner, Douglas Wallace, Unknown first name Brandon, UNKNOWN, Arnold Stearman, 'Geoffrey Apps, Freeman Camble, Bob MacGuillvary, Aylmer Cooper, Bill Gilfillan, Bill McClintock, George Kilpatrick, Everett Coulter, Glen Elford, Charlie MacKay, Russel St.John, Douglas Pilkey.