Denfeld High School Class of 1963 - Photo Galleries
Welcome to our Denfeld Photo Galleries feature. You can help enhance the appeal of our Website by contributing your photos to these galleries. Your classmates want to see both old and new photographs so dig through the attic and archives and start posting your treasures. If you do not have the required digital format to upload (jpeg preferred) you can take your photos to a print shop like Kinkos and have them scanned to a disc. If you need more help let us know.
And, if you or a group of classmates would like to start a completely separated special interest photo gallery you may submit a request by clicking on the contact administrator button. So, have some fun and show us your STUFF
Help preserve our class history. Upload artifacts and memorbilia from our class past here in our class museum. Elementary and Junior High artifacts and memorbilia can be found on the Looking Back galleries.
Getting older and proud of it! Yes like it or not.....we're all getting a little grayer, a few more wrinkles, carrying a few extra lbs, a few less hairs. It's part of life! Share recent pictures of yourselves or with your families.. Simply click add photos link.
Classmates are going up in their attics, dusting off their scrapbooks and sharing their favorite personal photos from yesteryear. Help document the candid parts of our class past by posting your old personal photos. Be sure to check our other Looking Back galleries to view photos of elementary and junior high classes.
If you were a classmate at Merritt, Fairmont, Irving, Longfellow, Piedmont, Ensign, Ely, Bryant,Piedmont, Lincoln, St. James, St. Jeans, St. Peter & Paul or any other Duluth elementary school, you might want to try to find your 'younger' self in these archives.
The planning committee meets once a month. Meeting times are posted on the calendar page. Everyone is welcome to come join in the planning effort. We will try to post new pictures if somebody remembers to bring a camera.
Little did we know, 40 years ago, when we posed for our yearbook photos we would , 40 years later, be able to, with the click of a mouse, viewing ourselves from anywhere in the world. Please be sure to sign the guest book and come back often.