[Sacramento City Unified School District activities]
The silent film from the 1930s contains various scenes including the dedication of the California State Indian Museum at Sutter's Fort; a pet show at El Dorado Elementary School; a maypole dance by the kindergarten class at Jefferson Elementary School; Arbor Day at Bret Harte Elementary School; shots of the School for the Physcally Handicapped; and an unidentified open house/reception.
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