In 1949, Life magazine sent a photographer, Walter Sanders, to Cedar Springs to take photos for a feature on Red Flannel Day that was published on December 19, 1949. One of the most famous photos, that of an old-time photographer (John Pollock) taking photos of a group of school children in Red Flannels, hangs in the Cedar Springs Historical Museum. It was donated to them in October 2008 by Bill Pollock, son of John Pollock.
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