A few years ago, I met up with my fifth-grade teacher, Sister Mary Karen, and we found ourselves reminiscing about what it was like for her teaching 46 children in a classroom back in 1956. 

She happened to have in her brief-case that day a list of my fifth-grade class and gave me a copy. 

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