Hamden High Class of 1973 - Scrapbook

WANTED! Elementary school pictures. Thus far we have Church Street, Bear Path, Helen Street and Putnam Avenue along with Blessed Sacrament Junior High School. Does anyone have Alice Peck, Dunbar Hill, Spring Glen, and the rest? Please contact me at jvdaniello#aol.com (change the # to an at sign) if you have anything you would like to contribute.

If you have to mail anything, please send it to me at:

Joe D'Aniello
1427 Rosehill Boulevard
Niskayuna, NY 12309-1153

I promise I'll take good care of it and return it to you as soon as possible.

Church Street School - 1967

Bear Path School - 1967
   - Thank you Kathy Gibson Stevens for this picture
Helen Street School - 1967   - Mucho thanks to Nita Walter Goldstein for this photo
Putnam Avenue School - 1967   - Great site addition from Sandy Robinson Barnes
Newhall Street School - 1967   - Kudos to Tony Colacrai for this contribution
Blessed Sacrament JHS - 1970   - Graciously donated by Jim Blackie
1988 Reunion pictures: 1  2  3  4  5

Linda Weiss Ruth's photos:
Prom Brandy Snifter

Church Street Assembly 1962
Third from left is Mark Engengro, Karen Bimonte is the pea, Silvia Kutz might be wearing the rabbit ears. Alan Gertz is next to the onion. Marie Granata is in the middle without a vegetable. Jack McKee is next to the turnip in a bowtie. Two to the right is Rich Cusano, then Linda Weiss. Can you identify anybody else?
Church Street Assembly 1963
This photo is a little harder to make out. Carol Craig is second from the left. Three down from her looks like John Rubino, then Gerald Matteo and Mark Engengro. The next girl is Nancy Santillo. The girl in braids with her back to us is probably Bettina McKay. Linda Weiss is the last girl on the right.
Miss Danielson's class 1967-1968 Great photo of one of Miss Sigrid "Bulldog" Danielson's 7th grade history class. Miss Danielson retired after teaching our grade, and can you blame her? Classmates names are at the bottom of the photo.
Michael J. Whalen Junior High #1 Who knew back in 1967 that Michael Whalen sat on top of a toxic dump and that the soil was dangerously contaminated? Perhaps that explains a few things.
Michael J. Whalen Junior High #2
Tricky Dick or Curious George Who did you want for president in 1972?

Prom Table Photos: 1 2 3 - Photos 2 and 3 contributed by Donna Cifferelli Wiegart

Dial 1972-Feb-08: 1  2  3  4   - Thanks to Dan Tuteur for this contribution

EmJay Journal 1970-Jun: 1  2  3  4  -- Last one before HHS; Woodstock 9; Class will
EmJay Journal 1970-May: 1  2  3  4  -- Teacher shot! Salute to the 1960's
EmJay Journal 1970-Feb: 1  2  3  4 -- Bye Bye Birdie; Draft Lottery
EmJay Journal 1969-Apr-23: 1  2  3  4  5  6  -- Change of Principals
EmJay Journal 1968-Apr-29: 1  2  3  4  -- Includes memorial to Dr. Martin Luther King and presidential voting
EmJay Journal 1967-Apr-23: 1  2  3  4  5  6  -- Announces the 7th grade student council

Blessed Sacrement Experience 1969-May: 1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8 

Hamden High Athletic Letter

Hamden High Music Letter

Graduation Invitation

Prom Mug

Key Chain
- do you still have yours?
Awards Night Ticket

Class Night Ticket
- Contributed by Scott Robinson
Prom Invitation

Awards Night - Front and Rear Covers

Awards Night - Inside

Class Night June 19, 1973 1  2  3  4 

Blessed Sacrament Graduation Program
- A Jim Blackie contribution
Collage of non school items from 1970-1973

Winchester PFC Pony League Team - 1969

Basketball Team - 1969-1970
- According to contributor Scott Robinson, "Billy Rae Madden was the man."
Circa 1970 article describing a explosion involving Frank DeStefano
The headline says "High School" but the article says "Junior High School." It seems more likely that it's high school since Frank was 16 at the time.
Current aerial photo of Hamden High School.
Thanks to Scott Robinson for contributing this photo.
Say hi to "Mom"
A Ned Burt contribution.

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