The Letter Carriers Auxiliary, to which my mother belong, planned many events both for adults and children.
One was an Easter egg hunt when I was in 1st grade.
I cannot identify everyone in the picture, but know for certain that one became an eminent physical therapist locally and one became, first a B-52 pilot in the U.S. Air Force and later a leading Chattanooga endodontist.
Yet another became a sculptor/engraver for the U.S. Mint in Philadelphia.
At top left in the picture you can see a bit of the Boynton Park pavilion, which had a very plain interior but provided a good refuge in case of rain.
Cameron Hill afforded some good views of the city, but basically faced the Stringers Ridge Tunnel area on Cherokee Boulevard.
(Chester Martin is a native Chattanoogan who is a talented painter as well as local historian. He and his wife, Pat, live in Brainerd. Mr. Martin can be reached at email@example.com )