I found this hand-made class album in a shop near Marshfield, Massachusetts in 1998.
The faces of these students are so expressive — the girls are smart and confident and the boys are full of energy and humor. These are the childhood faces of the 'Greatest Generation' that grew up during the Great Depression and experienced the Second World War.
The children look to be about 12 years old, so those still living would be about 90 years of age now. I'm going to try to find some of the people in the yearbook and see what I can discover about the Class of 1935.