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001_1930 diamond jubilee2
002_1930 layman's retreat
003a_SI diamond jubileeOcto 25, 1930 (Bancroft Library)
003b_BishopHannah
003_1930 May 19 diamond jubilee
004_1930 principal DennisSullivan
005_1930 PrincipalDennisKavanaugh
006_1930-31 principal kavanagh sj
007_1930s AlCleary First Chief Administrator for SF
008_1930s AlCleary2
009_1930s campus
010_1930s church masonic cemetery
011_1930s class photo
012_1930s Class
1937 SIHS 130lb. basketball team.
013_1930sdons football
014_1930s Dons football2
015_1930s Fleishhacker Pool
Fleischacker Poll at the Zoo-Sloat and 48th Avenue. The largest "heated" salt water pool in the world. The AAA Swimming Championship competition was always held at this pool. The pool despite many efforts at repair and maintenance finally was abandoned, drained, and during the 1990s filled in. It is now the parking lot for the New SF Zoo with the new entrance on the Great Highway.
016_1930s Fr.Hubbard
017_1930s Fr.Hubbard2
018_1930s Fr.Hubbard3
019_1930s Fr.Hubbard4
020_1930s FrHubbard1933
These men explored Alaska with Fr. Hubbard, Katmai is stuffed and possibily at SCU
021_1930s seniorclass
A senior class from the 1930s. George Malley is at far left in white.
022_1930s StanyanBleacherConstruction
Photo by Stroupe & Schreiner Every Thing Photographic Garfield 5447 102 De Young bldg. SF
023_1930s StanyanStreetFootballField
024_1930s StanyanStreetView
Campus view by air 1933. The cemetery sites in the Masonic Cemetery are visible in this photograph. The bodies were "mostly" all removed by 1941 from the sites seen in this picture.
Also seen are the San Francisco College for Women on Lone Mountain, the GG Bridge, Temple Emmanuel, st. Mary's Hospital (in lower left) and Campion Hall, Welch Hall, St. Ignatius Church and SI High School.
025_1930saerial
026_1930s Welch Hall
027_1931 Honors
028_1931 Jubilee
029_1931 Wlater Semeria
030_1932 campus
031_1932 class
032_1932 football
033_1932 Honors
034_1932-1945 principal James King
035_1932SancSociety
St. John Berchmans Sanc Society, junior division, 1932,
TOp: Thomas Reed, Gerald Crilly, O'Toole, William Whitfield; John Whelan;
Second: Constantine Khlentzos; Hillard; Cornelius O'Connor; Paul Kelly; McKannay; Greany; Glavich.
Third: Hurley; Charles Dullea, J. Kelly; Mr. Raymond McGrorey, SJ; Casey; John Cownes; Daniel O'Hara
Front: Timothy Lynch; Thomas Richardson; Harry Carlin; Harold Sullivan; Finigan; Patrick Butler; Douglas Stevenson, Dineen.
Pic appears on page 77 1932 Heights; Photo from Patrick G. Butler, MD Nov. 2002
036_1933 Dramatic Art Contest
037_1933 Honors
038_1933class
In 1929, the class of 1933 posed in front of the new Stanyan Street campus. These freshmen would watch grave diggers remove remains from the old cemeteries in the neighborhood. Photo courtesy of Patty Shanahan. Tom Kennedy, Patrick Mulvey, Neil Dunning, Ewing Baden, John D'Amico, Theodore M. Laurie, Charles Dwyer, H.M. Kincaid, Milton M. Meuli, J.J. Bertrand, Charles DeLanly, M. Lynch, Jack Murray, D.A. O'Keefe, Val King, J. Buckley, A.W. Halon, SJ, John C. Filippini, Ernest Geneve, Albert Maggini, Chris Maggini, Leonard L. Leahy, Martin J. Mulvany, Lyle Maritzin. Harry Griffith VI, John MacDonald, Frank Miles, H. de Fine Olivarius Jr. John Barry, Frank Luganni, Frank McCarthy, Robert Harris, T. Higgins.
039_1936 A lWorner
040_1936 AlWornerCertificate
041_1936 alwilseyb&w
042_1939-1940 Freshman
(Front) Ralph Johnson, Larry Sullivan, Ed Juaregui, and Vin Shuhan
(Back) Jinn Callan, Dixan, Dan Dolan, Jerry Morehose and Phil Juaregui
043_1936-39 Louis Batmale Coach Teacher
044_1937 basketball_
045a_1938 School A
045b_1938 school B
045c_1938 SchoolC
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