Reuben McKnight, historic preservation officer for the City of Tacoma, talks about John Rogers Elementary School during an Eastside Neighborhood History Walk on Saturday. The city’s first concrete school, it was built in 1907.
Reuben McKnight, historic preservation officer for the City of Tacoma, talks about John Rogers Elementary School during an Eastside Neighborhood History Walk on Saturday. The city’s first concrete school, it was built in 1907. Peter Haley phaley@thenewstribune.com
Reuben McKnight, historic preservation officer for the City of Tacoma, talks about John Rogers Elementary School during an Eastside Neighborhood History Walk on Saturday. The city’s first concrete school, it was built in 1907. Peter Haley phaley@thenewstribune.com

City, locals, trade Tacoma history during summer neighborhood walks

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