Brookline Elementary School
8th Grade Class - Spring 1927

Brookline Elementary School 8th Grade Class - 1927

In June 1927, the 8th grade class from Brookline Elementary School visited the Pittsburgh Press building downtown on a field trip. Visiting the new $4 million plant was a real treat, and the students saw the $1 million new presses, marvelous stereotyping and composing room machinery and other wonderful automatic machines.

Pictured above are, left to right, seated, Charles Moore, Earl Fishel, John Rinne, Louis Fassinger, Jack Mealing, Harold Livengood, Edwin Thoma, Ferdinand Beinhauer, Alva Glasgow, Joe Seyler, Tom Netting, Edgar Galbreath and Walter Steinhauser.

Standing - John A. Ingram, instructor; H.C. Baird, instructor; Russell Hutchison, Perry Luck, James Burns, John Stobie, Charles Butterworth, Robert Evans, Frank Norton, Bernard Briggs, Earl Davison, Paul Chisler, Robert Ihrig, Douglas Rodgers, Charles Ott and Benny Rudt.

* Copied from the Pittsburgh Press - June 28, 1927 *

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