In 1948 Fife's Schools, District # 88, occupied a large campus of buildings on 20th Street East just east of 55th Avenue East. The four major buildings in the complex had been built over a period of 22 years. From left to right are: Fife High School, built in 1930; the Fife Civic Auditorium built in 1924, which served as both a public gathering place and the school gymnasium; the old Fife school, which was built in 1914 and by 1948 was being used for vocational training; and (at the far right) the new Fife Elementary School, which was built in 1936. In 1949 the Fife School District built a new high school, dedicated in 1950.
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A group of the 16 original founding members of the Japanese American Citizen's League pose for their portrait on the stage of the Fife High School gymnasium during a Japanese bazaar held in November of 1937. The Japanese American Citizen's League was founded in 1929. (T. Times).
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Fife High School was having their annual springtime festival at Fife High School's Memorial Field on May 12, 1949. The program would include student performances and activities, a school dance, and the coronation of the 1949 May Queen. View of Fife High School's May Queen, Deloris Peters, and her court including train bearers Antone and Annette Isaksen. (T.N.T., 5/14/49, p. 9- alt. photo)
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Fife High School Senior Class, News Tribune, Mr. Knight. Sisty-six students were graduated at Fife High School June 1, 1949. Seniors are seated on stage, and the audience watches from the basketball floor and side galleries. Names are listed in the newspaper. This was the last commencement exercises to be held at this location. The new high school was scheduled for completion in February 1950. (TNT, 6/2/1949, p.19)
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