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  • 1929-04-06 (Creation)


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Children enjoying the Y.W.C.A. pool. On April 6, 1929, three young girls prepared to dive, under the watchful supervision of instructors, into the Young Women's Christian Association pool located at 405 Broadway. They have attracted a small group of curious bystanders in the walkway above the pool. Other small children are already enjoying the soothing waters. The pool, named after Mrs. Harriet Strong, was among the amenities included in the newly opened Y.W.C.A. concrete-and-brick Georgian structure which was dedicated in mid-December of 1928. This is believed to be the children's swim class, open to all girls 8-14, held each Saturday morning. (TDL 4-9-29, p. 12-article on the YWCA)

Young Womens Christian Association (Tacoma); Swimming pools--Tacoma--1920-1930; Diving--Tacoma--1920-1930; Swimmers--Tacoma--1920-1930;

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