Flying Students Start Trip to Eastern Cities
Chicago -- The Flying Class Room, an organization composed of students of Frances Shimer College, Mt. Carroll, Ill., who use the airlines to transport them on their jaunts, start on a geography and history trip, from Chicago to Eastern cities and return. Left to right: (First row): Eveklyn Miller, Maxine Miller, Milledgeville, Ill.; Jacqueline Swan, Independence, Iowa; Helene Anderson, Spokane, Wash.; Barbara Anderson, Clinton, Iowa; Martha Johnston, Knoxville, Iowa. ((Second row, left to right): Petty Ward, Chicago; Audrey Jenkins, Chicago; Margaret Ellis, Chicagp; Jean Cleff, Oak Park, Ill.; Alice Grinde, Chicago; Kathryn Wood, Adrian, Mich.; Ann McKnight, Aurora, Ill.; Polly Anne White, Chicago; Joan Woodside, Portage, Wisc.; Nancy Tooze, Evanston, Ill.
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|current||20:27, September 2, 2013||2,613 × 2,037 (571 KB)||Shenderson||Acme press agency [https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10151614352536860&set=a.10151439890831860.1073741825.45128811859&type=1 photo] of Shimer's "Flying Class Room" from the Acme press agency, March 22, 1940. Reverse reads: Flying Studen...|