First School and Pupils in Ventura

Image

First School and Pupils in Ventura

Title

First School and Pupils in Ventura

Identifier

962

Description

Group portrait of children and adults standing in front of a small building. The building is light colored with a darker roof. There is an open doorway and one window that can be seen. Approximately 18 children of various ages are standing in a line in front of the building. Men wearing suits and top hats, flank either the row of children. Three other men and a woman are seated in a carriage to the right of the line.

Museum records indicate that this is the first school and pupils in Ventura. The school was built in 1886 and was located on Ventura Ave. and Harrison Ave.

Creator

Brewster, John Calvin

Date

circa late 1880s

Format

Black and White Photograph
Portrait, Group
20.2 x 12.7 cm

Subject

Classes (Groups of Students)
Portraits, Group--California--Ventura County
Schools

Coverage

California
Ventura County (Calif.)
Ventura (Calif.)

Publisher

Museum of Ventura

Rights

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Type

Image

Language

English

Collection

Citation

Brewster, John Calvin, “First School and Pupils in Ventura,” Research Library at The Museum of Ventura County, accessed July 2, 2022, https://photographs.venturamuseum.org/items/show/131.