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Karen E. BONE, 575 S. Barrington Ave.. 3118, Los Angeles, Ca, 900U9 is an assistant
professor of English at UCLA and will be on leave next year Ceither in Los Angeles
or as a Resident Fellow at the Radcliffe Institute? on an NEH Fellowship for
Independent Research and Study to research materials for a book on fairy tales and
feminine fictions. She teaches women and literature courses, Shakespeare, and
Rennaissance Lit. Karen enjoys the year round swimming, tennis, and bicycling
opportunities Southern California provides as well as its opera, concerts, and
Suzanne HOWELL Krick, 2213 Lancashire Drive, Wilmington, Delaware 19810 works
as a computer systems analystfsupervisor, teaching programming classes. She also
works part-time selling tickets at a harness race track, tutors a junior high
student, and chaperones dances. She is married for the second time and has
Kathleen SCHMIDT, 516 First St., Annapolis, Md. 21403 has worked for the Dept.
of Defense since 1967. She recently bought her second house, built circa 1875,
and is renovating it. She also enjoys sailing.
Marion SCHNEIDER Brown, 1161 York Ave., Apt. BD, New York, N.Y. 10021 was a graduate
student in English at Columbia U. from 1967-1971. She and Alan Cwhcm Marion
married in 19671 then went to Brussels where she completed her dissertation,
Alan studied medicine, and they both learned French and lived a very good life.
While in Brussels they frequently saw Wanda Pair Irisarri who lives in Paris.
Their son Nicholas was born in Brussels and Deborah was born in 1976 after
they had returned to N.Y.
Christine SEIDEL Butcher, 21 Timber Hill Rd., Stamford, Ct. 06903 is doing the
'traditional homemaker bituendisalso helping out in a local nursery school and
serving as membership chairman for the Fairfield Village's NHC Club. She is
expecting her second child Hay 15.
Helen SHIELDS,, 904 Spruce St., Philadelphia, Pa., 19107 is a seco d year fellow in
gastroenterology at the U. of Pa. In July she will join the staff of the Dept.
of Gastroenterology at The Barnes Hospital of Washington University in St.
Louis where she will do clinical work, research. and teaching.
Leslie SMITH Rousell, 62 West 91 St., New York, N.Y. l002M is a MSW social
worker, doing supervision. She also has a small private practice in psychotherapy
and is studying to become a psychoanalyst. Her husband is an attending psychiatrist
and also has a private practice.
Susan STARK Noglom, 1720 N.Edgewood St., Arlington, Va. 22201 has an h.S.w. and works
part-time at a family counseling agency. She and Geoffrey, an economist at the
Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve, have 2 children, Ian, 4, and Emily, 2.
Sandra STEHN Clarke, l828Bryant Ave. N., Minneapolis, Minn. 55411 is a full-time
Educational Media Supervisor in a MOS Black inner city high school. She and her
high school sweetheart husband, now an attorney, are expectrngtheir first child
and are restoring their Victorian home. Sandra is active in neighborhood preservation,
tennis, piano, and Boundary Waters canoeing.
Marguerite SUTLER Gray, 1039 Hasper Dr..
for the Boston YM-YWCA and then received
U. of Michigan. She worked for 13 years
served as Director of the Second Baptist
in 1971. The have one son, John Martin,
child in June.
Ann Arbor, Mich M8103 worked for 3 years
a HSN in Community Organization from the
in Counseling Services and in 1975-1976
Day Care Nursery. She married Phineas
age 3, and are expecting their second
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Kathryn PAULSEN, 35 Spring St.. New York, N.Y. 10012 is submitting her second
novel to publishers and is working on a third. She does free lance editorial work and
writing, has edited wonan's Almanac CLippincott 19761, and has published a short
story, a feminist myth of creation, in the anthology Egg Constellations fed. by
Disch a Naylor, Harper a Row, 19762. Except for 9 months in L.A., she has lived
in NYC since 1967.
Susanne PERRY Villar, 303D Eagle Hts., Madison, Wise. 53705 received a naster's
degree in librarianship from the University of Denver in 1968 and then worked as
a college reference librarian at Central washington State College for 5 years.
She now has a second master's degree in the history of science. She has
2 daughters and has traveled to Alaska, the Canadian Rockies, the Orient, and
Sandra PERUN Nacht, 9 heda Place, white Plains, New York gave up teaching English
ln a private school to raise 3 children CPeter, 6, Andrew, 3, and David, 5 monthsj
and plans to return to some form of work when all the children are in school.
Her husband is an attorney in N.Y.C.
Karen PETERSON, M93 Anostown Rd., Vest Springfield, Ma. 01089 works for a life
insurance company and enjoys bowling, golfing, playing cards, and reading science
fiction, mysteries, and magazines. She owns a house with another girl and has
a dog and a cat. 6
Martha PRICKETT, 83 Brattle St. Apt. 43, Cambridge, Ma. 02138 is studying
anthropology at Harvard Graduate School and expects to complete her thesis late
this summer. She spent 3 years studyirg Near Eastern Archeology in Iran and 9
months in Britain.
Rosamond H. RICE,9 Constitution Ave. Apt. lA, Annapolis, Md. 21301 studied
prehistoric archeology and early medieval history at the University of Edinburgh
in 1967-l968,and from 1968-1971 was an assistant to the Director of the British
Institute of History and Archeology in East Africa. Then in Nairobi Kenya she
served as a researcher for a Kenya government official and as secretary to the
Vdwminary Division of the Pfizer Corp. For 5 months in 1972 she worked at a dog
track in Florida and in 1973 she earned a MSLS from Florida State University.
She then worked as a librarian for the county and since 1974 has been a reference
librarian at the U.S. Naval Academy Library.
Virginia RIGGS, 212 Laurel St., Hartford, Conn 06105 was a research assistant at
the U. of Vermont from 1967-1970, a medical student at the U. of Vermont from
1970-1974, an intern at St. Francis Hospital, Hartford, in 1973-19751 a resident
in Nedicine at St. Vincent Hospital, worcester ha., in 1975-1976, and is now a
Resident in Medicine at the U. of Connecticut Health Center, Farmington, Conn.
She is basically happy, is an active non-member of the Episcopal Church, plays
the violin, and has gone on'lowerHback packing vacations on the Long Trail in Vermont
Jane ROCHHORE Haier, 215 Fuller St., Brookline,ha. 02146 got her Ph.D. from the
U. of wisconsin in 1975, taught French at B.U. and is now teaching at Wellesley
and loving it. She married Stephen in 1969 and has lived in Chicago and West
Africa and has travelled in Europe.
Elizabeth ROSNER Richman, 7104 McCallum St., Philadelphia, Pa. 19119 received an
M.S. in Clinical Psychology from the Hahnemann Medical College in 1974 Cher thesis
concerned clinical and theoretical considerations of children's playland has
worked as a School Psychologist at the Cak Lane Day School since 1973. She married
Hershel in 1963, and he now practices Environmental Lay. The have 3 children,
Barak David 7, Hanna Moira 35, and Joshua Adam, 2. Her volunteer activities
include board memberships in community and charitable organizations.
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Lucille SUTTON, 14 Alberta Terrace, Cambridge,Ma. O2lb0 has been an editor of
mathematics textbooks for two Boston area publishing companies for the past 7
years. She spends much time working on equal pay and opportunity for working
Mary Ann SWEENEY, 312 Keleher NW, Albuquerque, N. N. 37102 received a Ph.D. in
astronomy from Columbia University in 1974 and now works at Sandia Laboratories
in Albuquerque doing electron beam fusion research. In 1974 she married Edward
Ricco who would like to pursue dance criticism as a vocation but is entering law
school this fall. They enjoy being in the South West and are remodeling a 1918
house in downtown Albuquerque.
Patricia TANIS Sydney, 3007 Park Ave., Lafayette Hill, Pa. l9bb4 has finished
her course work for a Ph.D. in art history at the U. of Pa. and is working on
her dissertation. She taught last year at Drew University and will do so
again this summer. She is also a part-time potter.Her husband David finished
a psychiatry residency at Penn last year and is training to be a psychcanalyst.'
Barbara J. THAEDER, 98 Troy Ave., E. Atlantic Beach, N.Y. 11561 spent a year
traveling in Europe after graduation. For 8 years she has worked for Pan American's
passenger service at JFK airport. She travels a lot, most recently to Peru.
She and her co-workers celebrate an annual ski trip, a tradition started at MHC.
Linda THAYER Wood, 28 Lexington Rd., W. Hartford, Ct. 06119 earned a law degree
at Georgetown U. in 1970, practiced law in N.Y. and Arizona, and is now practicing
in Hartford. She married Daniel in l970,and they have a daughter Emily, born in
August 1975. .
Anne TROSPER Kahn,6Ob2 Rockrose Drive, Newark, Ca. 94560 is a Marketing Administrator
Cadvertislng, proposels, etc.I for an electronics company. She also does free
lance work and hopes to work entirely on'a free lance basis by the summer Cpartly
for her husband's businessj. She married in l969,and she and her husband have
traveled to Europe twice and asia once and are planning a 7 week trip this fall.
She usually takes 3-4 night classes a year just for fun.
Mary Ann UNGER, 5 East 3rd St., New York, N.Y. 10303 has spent the last 10 years
avoiding what she wanted to be in college: a sculptor. She has now finally made
a commitment to that profession and has a studio. She will have her first
major show this spring.
Sue Ellen UTLEY, 12550 Lake Ave.S1hO2, Lakewood, Ghio 33107 is an attorney with a '
large Cleveland law firm, specialising in probate and estate planning. She owns
a high rise condo on the shore of Lake Erie and is on its Board of Managers. She
also is on the Board of Trustees of a Philanthropic Retirement Complex. She
still plays bridge but has deserted knitting for needlepoint.
Ann YAZSWCRTH Abbott, 1132 East Ave., Rochester, N.Y. 14607 is responsible for
collecting and publishing information on her comnunity's human service programs.
Using the ccunty's computer she edits and uedates e 3-volume Emmys Sorvlqee Eireqtirv
She's getting her MBA at night. Her husband Ken QCornell '66, herverd Law '69, is
in private practice concentrating on corporate and health law.
Kate WASHTCN, 430 Nest Lake Ave., Guilford, Ct. 06527 worked in hospital admin-
istration dealing with runaways, addicts, and alcoholics. She is now pregnant
and for the first time, not working or studying C a somewhat difficult transition,
she felt, that might have been easier had she known Betty Freidan was heading
back to the kitchenl. She thinks a lot about women's issues and women's roles,
and about work and not work.' Among the changes she enjoys are bird watching,
Saws- lernilfe 1-'sewhnenu seamstress. or o
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