Sarah Lawrence College - Yearbook (Bronxville, NY)
- Class of 1948
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Text from Pages 1 - 116 of the 1948 volume:
The gate is open wide
To ever flowing knowledge.
Our progress and our pride
ls Sarah Lawrence College.
The beat of freedom's drum
ls sounding far and near.
A call to all who come
To tell, 'ro fell, to tell that we are here
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YOUR FAITH IN OUR ABILITIES
AND YOUR FRIENDSHIP AND
UNDERSTANDING C-AVE US
THE SECURITY TO LOOK
OLIVE CARTER AMES
january 29, l927 . . . Oklahoma City
. . . Classen High School, Oklahoma
City . . . Hits and Misses, Dance Ac-
companist . . . Art Club . . . Music,
History and Sculpture .. . Further
Study in Music, Travel and Colt.
February 26, l927 , . . Cleveland, Ohio
. . . Hathaway Brown School, Cleve-
land . . . Senior Class President, Cur-
riculum Committee, D.Q., Dimensions,
Voice Club, Chorus, Student Council,
Student Council Committee . . . Music
and Literature . . . journalism.
September 4, 1926 . . . Milton, Mass.
. . . Winsor School, Boston, Mass. . . .
Dance Group President 1946-1947,
1947-1948, Hits and Misses, Student
Council Secretary-Treasurer, Chorus,
Faculty-Student Committee, Art Club
. . . Dance and Social Science . . .
September 19, 1926 . , . Glencoe, III.
. . , Mills College, Oakland, Calif. . . .
CAMPUS Advertising Manager, French
Club . . . Political Science, Fashion
IOAN C-ROSVENOR BLAIR
September 25, l926 . . . Bryn Mawr,
Pa ..., St. Margaret's School, Water-
bury, Conn .... Art Club, Community
House . . . Art and Science . . . ln-
May 24, l926 . . . Scarsdale, N. Y. . . .
Bennett junior College, Millbrook,
N. Y .... Chorus, Radio, S.L.C. Eco-
nomics . . . Research in the Advertising
December l2, i925 . . . St. Paul, Minn.
. . .Summit School, St. Paul, Minn. . ..
Scholarship Fund, European War Relief
Committee . . . Psychology . . . Post-
Graduate Work in Psychology.
August l7, i926 . . . Beverly Hills,
Calif .... Fairfax High School, Holly-
wood, Calif .... Chorus, War Board,
CAMPUS Literary Editor, Dimensions
Editor, Hits and Misses, Curriculum
Committee, Poetry Hour Chairman,
Radio S.L.C .... Writing . . . Graduate
Work and Writing.
HARRIET M. CO
March l5, i927 , . . Lo
. . . Louisville Collegiate Sc
ville, Ky .... Art Club,
House, Hospital Service . . . Art and
Child Psychology . . . Marriage.
March 8, l924 , , . Honolulu, Hawaii
. . . Kingswood School, Crownbrook,
Detroit . . . Poetry Hour, Air Raid
Warden, CAMPUS, Fire Warden,
Looking Class . . . Oriental Art and
History . . . Work as Oriental Art
August l8, i927 . . . Rochester, N, Y.
. . . The Harley School, Rochester,
N. Y .... Hits and Misses, Religious
Round Table, Field Work Committee,
Community House, Radio S.L.C ....
Social Science and Theatre . . . Further
Work in Theatre.
january l5, 1927. . . C-ulph Mills, Pa.
. . . Agnes Irwin School, Wynnewood,
Pa .... Prom Committee, Art Club,
Sleep-Until-Noon Club President . , .
Writing and Contemporary Civilization
. . . Marriage.
EVE DU PONT
August 6, l927 . . . Wilmington, Del.
. . . Westover School, Middlebury,
Conn .... CAMPUS . . . Composition
and Design . . . Work in Advertising.
jANE PAGE EDMONDSON
january 23, l926 . . . Elizabeth, N. I.
. . . Battin High School, Elizabeth,
N. l .... Athletic Association, Work
Program Co-Chairman, P.A.C., Dance
Group . . . Social Science . . . Produc-
july 2, l926 . . . Rockford, lll. . . .
Chatham Hall, Chatham, Va .... Span-
ish Club, Art Club, College Events
Committee, Prom Committee l946-
l947, l947-i948 . . . Art . . . Work
with an Architect.
july 24, l925 . . . Greenwich, Conn.
. . . Smith College, Northampton,
Mass ..., Chorus, CAMPUS News
Editor . . . Music, Literature and Writ-
ing . . . Composition of Music.
IUDITH NULSEN CAMBLE
june 16, 1926. . . St. Louis, Mo. . . .
john Burroughs School, Clayton, Mo.
. . . Chorus Manager, Prom Committee,
Film Committee, Art Club, Scholarship
Committee . . . lnterior Planning . . .
Further Study in Art and Travel,
August 3, l926 . . . New York City
. . . Madeira School, Greenway, Va.
. . . Chorus, French Club . . . Litera-
ture . . . Graduate School.
DONNA HELEN GI BBS
April 6, 1926 . . . Pasadena, Calif. . . .
Anoakia - Flintridge School, Arcadia,
Calif .... CAMPUS Art Editor, Art
Club, Yearbook Editor 1946 - 1947,
1947-1948, Hits and Misses Treasurer,
Prom Committee, Film Committee . . .
Psychology and History of Art...
Marriage and Graduate Work in Art
june 25, 1926 . . . Albany, N. Y. . . .
St. Agnes School, Loudonville, N. Y.
. . . Art Club, Philosophy and Religious
Round Table, Dining Room Co-Chair-
man, Scholarship Committee, Prom
Committee 1947-1948 . . . Art Com-
position and Design and Philosophy . . .
lMRS. Eu.ioT R. cooDMANl
December 28, 1925 . . . Brookline,
Mass .... Simmons College, Fenway,
Mass .... P.A.C., Philosophy Round
Table . . . Psychology and Political Sci-
ence . . . Work in Psychology and
May 8, l927 . . . Winnetka, Ill. . . .
North Shore Country Day School,
Winnetka, lll .... Chorus, Hits and
Misses, Athletic Association President,
Yearbook . . . Arts and Psychology . . .
October 26, i926 . . . New York City
. . . The Chapin School, New York
City . . . Religious Round Table, Art
Club, Community House . . . Art and
Social Science . . . Graduate Work.
ATH ENE HEALY
july 28, l924 . . . Chicago, Ill. . . .
New York Institute for Education of
the Blind, Bronx, N. Y .... Chorus,
Poetry Hour, Voice Club . . . Music and
Writing . . . Graduate Study in Litera-
March 7, I926 . . . Pittsburgh, Pa. . . .
Abbot Academy, Andover, Mass ....
CAMPUS Feature Editor, Chorus, Col-
lege Events Committee, Spanish Club,
Radio Dramatic Workshop, Music
Club, Dance C-roup, European War
Relief Committee . . . Social Science
and Arts . . . Work in Education.
CORLENE ANN HOBBS
September 30, I926 . . . Chicago, Ill.
. . . Ethel Walker School, Simsbury,
Conn .... Hits and Misses, Art Club,
Chorus, Fire Warden . . . Psychology
and Art . . . Work in Interior Design.
February 17, 1921 . . . Brooklyn, N. Y.
. , . james Madison High School,
Brooklyn, N. Y .... Radio Dramatic
Workship, Recreation Committee . . .
Chemistry and Music Graduate
june 26, 1926 . . , Honolulu, Hawaii
. . . Punahou School, Honolulu, Hawaii
. . . P.A.C., Student Council, Robinson
House President, N. S. A. Delegate,
l.S.S. Delegate, CAMPUS . . . Social
Science . . . Political Field.
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May 22, l926 . . . Baltimore, Md. . . .
The Park School, Baltimore, Md ....
CAMPUS Drama Editor, Yearbook
Business Manager . . . Writing and
Psychology . . . journalism and Social
ALISON KI MBALL
February 2, l927 . . , Greenville, Del.
. . . The Westover School, Middebury,
Conn .... Dimensions . . . Writing and
Literature , . . Writing.
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POLLY KI NNEAR
April 6, i926 . . . Pittsburgh, Pa. . . .
Miss Porter's School, Farmington,
Conn. CAMPUS Editor l947
Chorus, Religious Round Table, Recre-
ation Committee. . . Social Science . .
january 21, 1925. . .San Diego, Calif
The Bishop's School, La jolla
Calif .... Chorus, Student Council
junior Class President, Music Club
Student Council Committee . . . Sci-
ence and Music . . . Work in Science
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LISA C-ILMAN LEICHTON
September 22, l926 . . . New York
City. . . Chapin School, New York City
. . . Painting.. .Teaching
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May 3, l'-925 . . . Villanova, Pa. . . .
Bradford junior College, Bradford,
Mass .... Gilbert House President,
Student Council . . . Literature and
Writing . . . Marriage and Publicity
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December 18, 1926 . . . West Hart-
ford, Conn .... Mt. St. joseph Acad-
emy, West Hartford, Conn .... CAM-
PUS . . . Poltical Science . . . Politics.
December 2, 1926 . . . Providence, R. I.
. . . Pembroke College, Providence,
R. 1 .... Chorus, Yearbook Advertising
Manager, Theatre Benefit Drive Chair-
man, French Club . . . Social Science
. . . Fashion Work.
JOAN L. MEESKE
March 4, l927 . . . Muskegon, Mich.
. . . Ethel Walker School, Simsbury,
Conn .... Fire Warden, Recreation
Committee, Chorus . . . Painting . , .
july l3, l9Z6 . . . Canandaigua, N. Y.
. . . Stevens College, Columbia, Mo. . . .
Chorus, Dimensions . . . Writing . . .
IANE MARIE IVIOTT
luly 25, l926 . . . New York City. . .
Garrison Forest School, C-arrison, Md.
. . . Chorus President, Community
House President, Art Club . . . Painting
and Social Science , . . Marriage and
july l, 1926... New York City...
Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, N. Y.
. . . Radio S.L.C., Community House
. . . Literature and Writing. . . Script
Writing tor Radio.
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july l, 1926. . . New York City...
Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, N. Y.
. . . Philosophy Round Table, P.A.C.,
Dimensions , . . Psychology . . . Gradu-
ate Work in Sociology at the Univer-
sity of Chicago.
September 26, i926 . . . Chicago, lll.
. . . University of Chicago High School,
Chicago, lll .... CAMPUS, Religious
Round Table, Radio S.L.C ..,. Psy-
chology . . . Marriage.
March 28, l926. . . Buffalo, N. Y. . . .
Buffalo Seminary, Buffalo, N, Y ....
Chorus Secretary -Treasurer, Music
Club, Student Federalists, Religious
Round Table . . . Music . . . Teaching
RUTH K. REXTREW
july II, l925 . . . Albany, N. Y. . ..
Smith College, Northampton, Mass .,..
Radio S.L.C., Dimensions . . . Writing,
Literature and Child Psychology . . .
january 9, l925 . . . Kreteld, Holland
. . . Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y.
. . . Dimensions, CAMPUS, Radio
S. L. C., Radio Dramatic Workshop,
Scholarship Fund Committee, Athletic
Association, Ski Club Chairman . . .
English and Science Graduate
December l5, l926 . . . Lake Forest,
lll .... Madeira School, Greenway,
Va .... Voice Club, Chorus, Spanish
Club, Yearbook . . . Voice and Psy-
chology . . . Graduate Work in Psychol-
f , s
March 20, i927 , . . Portland, Ore,
. . . Catlin School for Girls, Portland,
Ore .... Chorus, D.Q .... Art and
Literature . . . lndefinite Plans.
April 8, i926 . , . Denver, Colo. . . .
East Denver High School, Denver, Colo.
. . . P.A.C., Community House, Dele-
gate to Swarthmore Conference . . .
Child Psychology and Science ., .
Work with Children.
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ANN N ICKERSON SEARS
April Zl, i926 . . . Chestnut Hill,
Mass .... The Winsor School, Bos-
ton, Mass .... Music Club, Art Club,
Spanish Club, Chorus Manager i945-
l946, I946-l947, Chorus Accompa-
nist, Hits and Misses, DQ. Manager,
Piano Club, Dance Accompanist . . .
Music and Social Science . . . Further
Study in Music.
November 4, l926 . . . Hagerstown,
Md .... Greenwood School, Ruxton,
Md .... Child Psychology and Writing
. . . Work with Children, Marriage.
JULIA ANNE STURGES
November l8, l925 . . . Princeton,
N. I .... Milton Academy, Milton,
Mass .... Chorus, French Club, Span-
ish Club, Music Club President, Tennis
Team . . . Music . . . Further Work in
july 24, 1926. . . Buffalo, N. Y. . .
The Buffalo Seminary, Buffalo, N. Y
. . . Psychology . , . Social Work,
june 29, l926. . . New York City.. .
Walden School, New York City . . .
Student Council Vice-President, P.A.C.
Chairman, Curriculum Committee,
Chorus, DQ., College Assembly, Per-
kins House President, Social Science
. . . Trade Union Work and the Study
December l6, i926 . . . New York
City . . , Horace Mann School for Girls,
New York City . . . CAMPUS Dance
Editor, Dance Group, Chorus, Dimen-
sions, Yearbook . . . Literature and
Arts . . . Criticism of the Arts, and
Graduate Study in Literature and Arts.
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March Zl, i926 . . . New York City
. . . Hunter College High School, New
York City . . . CAMPUS, German Club
. . . Psychology and Writing . . . Mar-
riage, and Graduate Study and Work
November l5, i927 . . . New York
City. . . Riverdale Country Day School,
Riverdale, N. Y .... Scholarship Com-
mittee, Community House. . . Political
Science . . . Post-Graduate Work in
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September 29. l927 . . . New York
City . . . Hunter College High School,
New York City . . . CAMPUS, P.A.C..
Student Council, Perkins House Presi-
dent , . . Philosophy and Pre-Medical
Course . , , Medical School.
MARION DIC-GS GLSEN
IMRS. RANDOLPH 5. oLsENi
May l4, l9l3 . . . Bronxville, N, Y.
. . . Evander-Childs High School, New
York City , . . Psychology and Writing
. . . Study at the New York School of
ELLEN SHAW CARRlSON
February l4, l926. . . New York City
. . . Briarcliff junior College, Briar-
cliff Manor, N. Y .... Chorus , . .
Social Science . . . Study in Ceneva.
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ALISON TAYLOR KELSEY
january 9, l927 . . . Chestnut Hill,
Mass .... The Winsor School, Bos-
ton, Mass .... Chorus, Student Coun-
cil, Voice Club, Student Development
Fund Committee, Westlands House
President . . . Music . . . Magazine
August 5, l926 . . . New York City
. . . Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, N. Y.
. . . Basketball Team, Radio S.L.C.,
Dimensions . . . Writing and Psychol-
ogy. . . Explorer.
ANN L. KI ERNAN
February 27, l926 . . . New York
City . . . Westover School, Middlebury,
Conn .... Community House . . . Lit-
erature and Writing . . . Work in
DONALD S. PRATT
june 5, l92l ...New York City , ..
Amherst College, Amherst, Mass ....
Student Council, College Events Com-
mittee, CAMPUS, Basketball Team . . .
Literature . . . Reading and Contem-
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i-:ANS 1. ROGGER
September 9, l923 . . . New York City
. . . City College of New York, New
York City . . . CAMPUS, Curriculum
Committee, P.A.C .... History . . .
Graduate Work in International Rela-
july 2, l925 . . . Greenwich, Conn.
. . . Barnard College, New York City
. . . European Relief Committee . . .
Russian Studies . . . Work in Russian
lON jOSEPH SUGRUE GUNILLA SERGEL
February 23, l923 . . . Yonkers, N. Y. Stockholm, Sweden . . . july l5, i927
. . . Yale University, New Haven, . . . Nya Elementarskolan For Flickor
Conn. . . . Chemistry . . . Graduate . . . History, Literature . . . Internation-
School. al Relations Club. . . University studies
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Top row, lett to right: james Merritt, Betsy Thompson, Carol joselott, Sally Church, Ciarvall
Booker, Carroll Arrott, Patricia Means, Kathleen Dorrance, Martin Fox, Peggy Shilling, Sally
Hillman, Peggy Talbott, Walter Stevens, Howard Goodman. Middle row: Patricia Aldred, Ellen
Stollenwerclc, loyce Geary, Marcia Cold, Margaret Hunt, Louise King, Layne Kantor, Gwen
Brown, Betty Midkift, Pan jacob, Dulce Collada, late Baldwin, Mimi Parker. Bottom row:
Natalie Bassevitch, Mary-Reed Clark, lrene Correale, Maria Fotila, lean Ciridley, Constance
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Top row, left to right: Ann Fletcher, Susan Read, Caroline Hanson, Patricia Straus, Lucetta
Crisp, Margaret Whitaker, Hope Macartney, Paula Sperry, Elizabeth Brooks, Rita Krasne, Ann
Morgan, Beatrice Silverstein, Patricia Zeman, Pamela Burden, Elizabeth Ellis, Suzanne Sisson,
Lydia Stone, loan Paton. Middle row: Selma Horowitz, Sally Olmstead, Lucy lobson, Patricia
Casey, Carlotta Sherwell, Gladys Chang, loan McLellan, Nancy Rigler, Patricia Post, Renee
Edelstein, Helen Hughes, Phyliss Trencher, Barbara Seigle, Luba Monosevitch, Theodora joffe,
Ruth Blumenstock, Sally Uftord, Raber Ramey, Virginia Stewart, Carol Larsson, Mary Lou
Ireland, Yvonne Lohn, Nanette Swift. Bottom row: Pricilla Endicott, Mira josetowitz, Mrs.
Beverly Cannold, Suzette Baron, Marion Knudson, Gloria Welch, Carol Cook, loan Kelleher.
NOT IN PICTURE: Susan Ackerman, Ruth Aldis, Garth Allen, Nina Lee Allen, Henry
Altman, Sylvia Angevin, Elizabeth Augustus, Benita Barnes, john Barnes, Mrs, Beatrice
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Top row, left to right: Marcia Barnett, Stanley Brooks, Elinor Dameshek, Betty Powell, Marion
Richey, loan lessup, loan Humphrey, Helen Kincaid, Barbara Bloch, Elisa Eder, Peggy Eppen-
stein, loan Weber, loanne Thomes, Mary Hooker, Beth Horelick, Audrey Odell, Mary lane
Herroitt, june Carry, Patricia Forsyth. Row two: Mary Lou Hollarnan, lerorne Weiss, Patty
Penisten, loan Diener, Elizabeth Collin, loyce LaRoche, Mary Tullis, Adrian Clow, Mary Pal'
Zachery, lean Rynerson, Mariam Sandbank, Carol Falley, Katherine Kramer, Gizella Cross,
Pisa Stuart, Lestra Carpe, Alice Craig, lo Anne Gillette, Ruth Sheinfeld, Anna Muhlenburg.
Row three: Anita Coleman, loan Rosen, Eve Dahnken, Melissa Pell, Muriel Greenhill, Elsey
Van Kleeck, Martha Saunders, loan Spencer. Bottom row: Dorothy Fraser, Alberta Lagare,
Rima Attman, Barbara Shiffman, Marcia Zucker, Madelon Delany, Suzanne Hoeber, Carol
Levi, Cizela Fischer, Ann Birnbaum, Nancy Smith, Patricia Callander, Patricia Littiere, Elise
Mudd, leanne Closuit, Susan Block, Rosamond Kayes, lean Marquesee.
NOT IN PICTURE: Molly Bruce, Denise Bucheton, Mary lane Foster, loan Greenburg, Mrs.
Naomi l-layden, Beth l-lorelick, Anne Larsen, Suzanne Mosser, Patricia Peterkin, lean Rassieur,
loan Rassieur, Emily Smith, Varney Thompson, Marje Visse't Hooft, Barbara Walters, Cecil
Warrick, Sally Wheeler, Margaret Wrench, Helen Yaspan.
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Director of Admissions
HELEN MERRILL LYND
Art - Communications
SIR BERNARD PARES
NORMAN IVIACKENZ I E
Philosophy - Literature
I-IORACE GREGORY HELEN MCIVIASTER
BERT IAIVI ES LOWENBERC
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THEME WITH VARIATICDIXIS
September 23, I947:
December IO, ll,
The curtain rises on a going concern . . . new pills for
our ills, new props for our brains and new brains for our
profs. . . some of the gals losing their pals playing musical
chairs. Football week-ends start as well . . . then the
campus is populated by the faculty and the Chrysanthe-
mums flood the gates . . . poor Ernest! The work pro-
gram and cleaning rooms emphasize THE WHOLESOME
Alumnae benefit. "How I Wonder" . . . lDid I bIunder?I
Freshman party: singing talent. . .acting talent. . . beau-
tiful girls. . . are we slipping, or just passe?
Trustee's week-end. We are still in their good graces.
Thanksgiving recess . . . a breather.
The Theater Workshop presented "Yerma' '... Twila
Comer played the part of a barren woman who kills her
husband, Art Edelman. Highlight: marriage has lost its
popularity as a topic of conversation.
january 16, 17, 18:
February 4, 5, 6:
February 13, 14:
lnformal dance. Singing DQS . . . watched PQS . . . booze
. . . Monday blues.
Ye all-college Christmas dinner with ye olde Yule log
and ye olde steaming cauldrons.
Back to college: sounds reasonable-maybe even
All-college ski week-end. Falling frolic . . . hits and
"Hay Fever" presented by Theater Workshop. Light
comedy for once . . . no message, thank God.
Poetry Conference. A disagreement of great minds.
The Scholarship Fair and Formal Prom: chiffon pie and
light punches . . . with plenty of kick . . . money raised
. . . Bates razed . . . orchestra jazzed . . . teachers razzed
. . . balloons, balloons.
lose' Ferrer on "ls Anything Wrong with the Theater?"
Answer: everything. The up-beat came when he recited
Chekov's Tobacco speech. He cried and so did we . . .
what you might call a delightful tear-jerker.
March 22, 2
April 20, 27
April 2l, 22:
April 28, 29,
May 6, 7:
Hits and Misses: an "oldie" with a new slipcover. An
"Inside Out" hit.
Easter bunny time with a health cure thrown in.
Leon Barzin and the National Orchestral Association
again played the compositions of our music students.
All-College meetings on domestic and foreign issues: lt's
hard not to scald our tongues on other people's soup.
Two-day vocational conference: so many people are
highly educated these days . . . who'll do the work?
junior-Senior Prom: where a woman's crowning glory is
a man's scalp.
joint Production: "Noah" . . . "The animals are coming,
two by two" . . . lWere we supposed to be included?l
Open Session: lParent's dayl . . . How drear to my heart
are the scenes with my parents.
Opera Workshop: putting on airs.
Alumnae Reunion: Old heads with the "new look."
May ll, l2.
Dance Evening: An undulating evening with plenty of
bounce and see-worthy legs.
joint dance and Chorus concert at Times l-lall: They
shared the honors and doubled our enjoyment.
A.A. Play Day at S.L.C.: The get-together of brain and
Chorus singing with the Apollo C-lee Club at Yale: good
singing . . . masterful flirting.
Commencement: lt is the end of life with father . . . at
least for sixty-six of us.
The Friday night movies . . . sometimes good, but it
wouldn't matter if they weren't because they're free and
it's dark. Religious Round Table merged with Philosophy
Round Table . . . religion takes action, philosophy you
can just talk. The Greasy Spoon is still one of our most
popular escapes . . . there's no accounting for taste . . .
some like their atmosphere clean while others prefer it
greasy. The C-ram: same people . . . same liquor . . .
cleaner, and harder on the pocketbook. Ah well, it's
Gloria Welch '50
THE STUDENT COUNCIL
President Sally Hillman
Vice President june White
Secretary jane Binney
Honorary Member Alison Kelsey
Members-at-large - Carvall Booker, Carroll Macracken House President Betty Midkitt
AVVOH, Maml Knight, Pe88Y Talbott Dudley Lawrence House President
Men's Representative Martin Fox Sfeplianle SCl'1leHle"
Day Students Represenfafiye Titsworth House President Helen Hughes
Mitzi Nonnemacher Cilbert House President Peggy Lucas
NSA. Delegate Robin Roberts Andrews House President Babs McAllister
Senior Class President loan Bellamy Robinson House President Rita ludd
junior Class President Deborah Choate Warren House President Mari Bahe
Freshman Class President Piza Stuart Perkins House President lean Baker
Westlands House President lean C-ridley Morris House President Marcia Cold
loyce La Roche
Elsye Van Kleek
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EDITOR-IN-CHIEF STEPHANIE SCHEIFFLER
ASSOCIATE EDITOR SUSANNE I-IOEBER
Literary Editor Myra Cohn
Dance Editor Sallie Wilensky
Drama Editor Deborah Katz
Art Editor Donna Gibbs
Reporters: Ruth Scheinteld, Marione Richey, M. I.
Foster, Mary Tullis, Melissa Pell, Polly Haydn,
Rita ludd, Renee Edelstein
Feature Writers: Skippy Katz, Willem Roosen,
Robin Roberts, loe Papaleo, Hans Rogger
Art Manager Susan Read
Photographer Lou Ireland
BUSINESS MANAGER PAT ZEMAN
Assistant Ann Morgan
Advertising Manager Barbara Birkelund
Assistant Sallie Blackmer
Circulatlon Manager Connie Cathcart
General Assistants: Selma I-lorowitz, Pat Latiere
Copy and Make-up Assistants: Melissa Pell, Marcia
Zucker, Ellie Dameshek, Marione Richey, Au-
HITS AND MISSES
European Relief Committee
Teddy lotfe, Chairman
lo Anne Liebenberg,
Sue Sisson, Chairman
ChiIdren's Village Committee
lane Mott, Chairman
Sue Ackerman, Chairman
Nancy Rigler Chairman Lee Williamson Business Manager
Betsy Clemons Technical Chairman Bill Head Publicity
Pat Post Secretary Bitsy Harris Production and Programming
Cecil Warrick Script Head joan Spencer Production Manager
B. Wrench Programming Assistant
THE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
Lucetta Crisp President
Ruth Aldis Vice President
Mary Lou Ireland
Elyse Van Kleek
THE SCHOLARSHIP FAIR
We have had a dream, past the wif of man to say what dream it was
THE I-IIRED I-IELP
Editor Myra Cohn
Editorial Board: joan Bellamy, Alison Kimball, Babs McAl-
lister, loyce Geary, Barbara Moffett, Phyllis Murray.
Willem Roosen, Sarah Utford
Business Staff Betsy Elmore, Barbara Shitfman
SCHOLARSHIP COMM ITTEE
Nancy Hamburger, john Keliikan Co-Chairmen
Ruth Rextrew Donation Chairman
loanne Herbert Donations
Sue Ackerman Publicity
Ruth Left Faculty Participation
loyce Carleton Financial Manager
Mike Gillis Decorations
Mary loan Harriot Anita Coleman
loan Epstein Rita ludd
Lovey Kolchin Robin Roberts, Delegate
Beatrice Silverstein Mimi Sandbanlc
The function, ot this committee is to carry out social and
organizational projects ot NSA., all problems which do not
directly concern Student Council and cannot be directly care
ried out by them.
Vera Van Panhuys
This organization acts as a sounding board between the stu-
dents and the Faculty Curriculum Committee. They receive
suggestions and criticism concerning the curriculum, and
relate these to the Faculty for definite action.
Polly Hayden Caro I ms
Rita ludd, ,
Vice Chairman lune Wh'le
Pauline King Marcia Zucker
BY A GRCJUP OF
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I have been asked the following question: what can
Sarah Lawrence College give you? Now, many foreign
native students have probably been asked this question and
through the years I am sure that one quality or another of
this College as an interpreter of American life, has been
mentioned. Yet I am not afraid that my answer will,
through lack of originality, be boring to the reader.
According to one's own special background one is able
to get different things out of the same situation or experi-
ences, method or institution. Maybe I am wrong in this
case in saying "out of the same situation or experience,
method or institution," for this college has a unique char-
acteristic-Sarah Lawrence is alive! What do you mean?
I-low can an institution be characterized as being alive, in
contrast to any other institution? The People who are
standing behind the title "Sarah Lawrence College" have
succeeded not to be, nor appear as people working and
struggling along in an institution which has been built and
composed some years ago, and which, after having estab-
lished certain principles and methods, stays firm and un-
moving in spite of the flowing life all around. This usually
happens in places which have acquired a reputation some-
where in the past, and which then feel bound to that
uname." The people in these institutions must move within
the line which one traced the "name" of this place. If they
don't, they are misfits, for there is no room for individual-
ists in the cliche institution.
The other kind, the Sarah Lawrence kind of institu-
tions, have made their reputations, too, but the people who
stand behind that name are not convention's slaves. They
change with the tides of time, with the schools of thought
and stand for the present and the future-not the past.
Here teachers and students go along on fresh shadowy,
and sunny paths which to them seem to be the right ones,
without taking into consideration the much used, dusty
narrow country road. Every new discovery, every new atti-
tude, every new science is studied and approached with
the same serious inquisitive and respectful attitude, as are
the older sciences, arts, and attitudes. Classics are found
side by side in the library with psychoanalysis and Stalin-
ism. The teacher in the class is no more the all powerful,
ex-cathedral, respect-needing man who hands over to the
poor ignorant student some of his once acquired knowledge.
Teachers and students are both explorers of the abyss-like
depth of the philosophy of Life, Wisdom, Art, lvlan.
I am afraid this all will sound too ideal to a stranger.
As a matter of fact my first impression of this place was:
an ideal community. You, my reader, will at once ask me:
But what happens next? What when the student leaves
this Utopia of an ideal community, this oasis, and enters
the wide "real world," the desert?
I knew this was coming. I felt that as much as I would
explain about this college and its work, as many illustrative
points I would give, I wouldn't be able to give you the
whole answer. I have given you an indirect answer in
describing the attitude of the people with whom one works
at this college-especially their way of approaching Life
and its manifestations. The "Ideal Community" we live in
is a positive proof that there can be such a kind of life
where people are guided by free, rational and broad think-
ing, by spontaneous, irrational and sincere emotions-
instead of being guided by narrowmindedness, prejudices
and suppressed emotions, as people today are.
We do not, however, get lost in this seventh sky, nor
do we apply blinkers towards the problems in the world
around us. Through the broadminded and unprejudiced
attitude we are willing and trying to attain, we are aware
that we must not be and are not separated from the world,
but part of it. The only difference which may actually
exist is that through our understanding we may be more
willing and more prepared to work for a "better world."
ln general, I feel that this year here in Sarah Lawrence
College has influenced my whole attitude towards life and
has brought me nearer to the attitude the Ancient Greeks
had towards life. As Aristotle said: "Happiness is the con-
l couldn't withhold mentioning my own dear country-
men. But who does? After all, the Ancient Greeks are no
more my ancestors than anybody else's. That is why l feel
free to praise them.
Can you see now why I felt so impertinently sure that
my answer would be one of the many but not one like the
Maria V. Fotila '50
The other clay at Westlands, a group of us were dis-
cussing why we came to Sarah Lawrence. Some said it was
because they wanted to be near New York, some agreed
that their parents had decided for them, still others were
either interested in the progressive system of education or
simply had craved free time and no exams. I had a different
When mother and I traveled up to the States from our
home in Argentina, we were put off the plane for several
days in Panama. Some of our friends met us at the airport.
They settled us in a hotel and then took us to a club where
they introduced me to several American boys in uniform.
In the course of our where-do-you-come-froms, they hap-
pened to ask me where I planned to go to college.
"I don't know," I said, "I am so pleased to be settled
in Foxcroft that I haven't given college a thoughtfi
"Oh, Vassar's the place for you," said one.
"Nol Smith!" shouted another.
I turned to a tall dark boy to see what he would say.
He asked me to dance.
They called him Alf and he came from Scarsdale. I
liked this quiet man immediately, for he did not behave
like Andy Hardy, or any of the funny paper heroes, which
typified Americans to me.
He was tall and serious and very good-looking. His
green eyes teased me when I pronounced some word wrong.
I introduced him to Ivlother, then, and she also liked him
very much, far more than she had ever liked any boys I had
The next day, mother went down to the desk ahead
of me to see if she couIdn't arrange an earlier departure.
just as I stepped off the elevator she met Alf in the door-
"Oh, are you looking for Gloria?" she said.
I saw a slow blush rise from the tips of his ears and
momentarily transform the face of a man to that of a boy.
as he smiled and said, "yes"
From then on we were together the entire ten days,
for Alf had obtained leave.
"l'II tell you how I got it," he said, as if we were in a
conspiracy. "I went to the commanding officer and asked
whether he needed a torpedo part fixed and if so, could I
take a few days off and do it. Then he said, 'Ulterior
motive?' and I HAD to say yes!"
Mother and Alf and I had a wonderful time together.
We went swimming and motoring, and sometimes even on
double dates. The three of us enjoyed dinner most, how-
ever. They teased me because I couIdn't eat, and although
this worried Alf, mother and I knew that it hadn't anything
to do with my stomach.
Then one night we got back to the subject of college.
"You know, quidarra" - he meant to say querida -
"why don't you go to Sarah Lawrenceg it's only five miles
away from where I live."
In the States I began to look about me and try to see
this fast-moving country through his eyes.
Then one day I heard that his PT boat had been sunk
in a skirmish.
I am happy I came to Sarah Lawrence: I love the
freedom which I have never tasted before in such abund-
ance-although sometimes I sorely feel the need for more
guidanceg I love the atmosphere and the intangible "spirit"
which prevails within each person rather than withoutg
I love to be treated as an adult and to test my capabilities
to see whether I am prepared to act as an adultg but always
I will love it because it gives me something in particular-I
am only five miles away.
Gloria Welch '50
FACULTY AN D STAFF
TAYLOR, HAROLD ............... ...... P resident
24 Brook Road, Bronxville
RAUSHENBUSH, MRS. ESTHER
Director of Education
62 Merriam Avenue, Bronxville
ALTSCHUL, ROLF ............................,....... Chemistry
25 Parkview Avenue, Apt. 5M, Bronxville
ARNHEIM, RUDOLF ..............,............... Psychology
IO Center Knolls, Bronxville
BARILLET, LOUIS .,............ ...................... L iterature
Locust Road, RFD 4, Greenwich, Connecticut
BARTA, MRS. IUDITH
Director of Physical Education and Recreation
I IO Bedford Road, Pleasantville, New York
BENISON, SAUL .......................................... History
570 Willoughby Avenue, Brooklyn 6, New York
BIDWELL, IESSIE .......,.............................. Recorder
IO3 Douglas Place, Mount Vernon, New York
BLANKENCHIP, IOHN .... Theatre Design and Lighting
3I2 West 92nd Street, Apt. 4A, New York City
BORDEN, BARBARA .................... Library Cataloguer
Sarah Lawrence College
BOVARD, ALICE M. .............. Director of Admissions
I I I West I Ith Street, New York City
BOZEMAN, MRS. ADDA B. .... International Relations
24 Beall Circle, Bronxville
BREBNER, MRS. ADELE .................. ..... L iterature
8 De Witt Avenue, Bronxville
BUBIER, MRS. HELEN K.
Secretary, Office of Education
64 Sagamore Road, Bronxville
CAMPBELL, IOSEPH ................................ Literature
I36 Waverly Place, New York City I4
CARR, MRS. HELEN B.
Assistant in the Comptroller's Office
Alpine, New jersey
Assistant to the Alumnae Director
Chateau Touraine, Scarsdale, New York
CILLEY, MRS. RUTH .... Assistant to the Comptroller
64 Parkway Road, Bronxville
COATES, WILLSON H. .........,............. ...... H istory
I344 Midland Avenue, Bronxville
CRAIG, KATHARINE .......... Teacher, Nursery School
Stoneleigh, Apt. 3C, Alger Court, Bronxville
DELLO IOIO, NORMAN .............. Music Composition
DICKERSON, MRS. FLORENCE E.
Secretary in the President's Office
l3O Horton Avenue, New Rochelle, New York
EMANUEL, MRS. MAUD
Assistant Director of Field Work
520 East 84th Street, New York City
FIORATO, HUGO ..... Chamber Music and Ensemble
47I Central Park West, New York City
FITZGERALD, ROBERT ,..................... ...... L iterature
I737 York Avenue, New York City
FREELAND, MRS. MARGARET W.
Secretary to the Director of Education
3902 Spuyten Duyvil Parkway, New York City
GARCIA-LORCA, ISABEL .........................,.. Spanish
3I6 West 94th Street, New York City 25
GARDNER, MRS. ELLIOTT P. .... Director of Publicity
909 Palmer Road, Bronxville
GEISSINGER, DR. RUTH .............. College Physician
65 Pondfield Road, Bronxville
GILLESPIE, IANE E. ....... .......... T .... A lumnae Director
848 Palmer Road, Bronxville
GOLDMAN, IRVING .......................... Anthropology
33 Remsen Street, Brooklyn, New York
GREGORY, HORACE ................................ Literature
Palisade, New York
HAGGARD, ERNEST A. ........... ...... P sychology
I-A Brooklands, Bronxville
HILL, IAMES C. ....................,................. Economics
IOO9 Edgewood Avenue, Pelham Manor, New York
HOUTERMANS, MRS. CHARLOTTE .............. Physics
Sarah Lawrence College
IRVINE, MAURICE ........................... ..... L iterature
I I2 Cassillis Avenue, Bronxville
IONES, DOROTHY W. ...................... ..... L iterature
Butler Hall, 88 Morningside Drive,
New York City 27
IOWERS, LUCIE G. ........................... ............ A rt
270 Bronxville Road, Bronxville
IUDGE, MRS. IANE G. ............................ Psychology
29 Overhill Road, Scarsdale, New York
KING, MRS. HORTENSE F. ...................... Literature
The Croydon, 35 Parkview Avenue, Bronxville
KIRK, ROBERT L. ...........,................ ,.,., P hysiology
3 De Witt Avenue, Bronxville
KNOELLER, HELEN ...................... Assistant in Voice
299 West I2th Street, New York City
KNOWLES, MRS. MARTHA B. ................ Secretary
280 Bronxville Road, Bronxville
KRAMER, MRS. ANN ....................,........... Secretary
300 Hayward Avenue, Mt. Vernon, New York
KUTNER, BERNARD .............................. Psychology
IO3 Raymond Street, Cambridge 4O, Massachusetts
LAFFERTY, PERRY F. .................................... Radio
405 East 58th Street, New York City
LANGMUIR, MRS. MARY FISHER .......... Psychology
l48 East 48th Street, New York City I7
LAUTERBACH, ALBERT .................. ........ E conomlcs
545 West 236th Street, New York City 63
LIDDELL, KATHARINE F. ..,..................... Literature
Hotel Lafayette, University Place and 9th Street,
New York City
LIMON, IOSE ..,....................................... ..... D ance
2O East I3th Street, New York City
LIPPOTH, MRS. ELIZABETH F.
Administrative Assistant in Library
629 West II5th Street, New York City
LLEWELLYN, MRS. EMMA C.
Economics and Statistics
285 Riverside Drive, New York City
LLOYD, NORMAN ........................................ Chorus
28 Hollywood Avenue, Crestwood, New York
LLOYD, MRS. RUTH ...................................... Dance
28 Hollywood Avenue, Crestwood, New York
LOEWENBERG, BERT IAMES ........................ History
I5 Center Knolls, Bronxville
LYND, MRS HELEN MERRELL ........ Social Philosophy
75 Central Park West, New York City
MacKENZlE, NORMAN ........................ Government
3I Desmond Avenue, Bronxville
MANSELL, KATHRYN .............................. Literature
59 East 34th Street, New York City
MARTINELLI, EZIO .............,...................... Painting
2022 Mount Vernon Street, Philadelphia 30, Pa.
McCREARY, IOHN K. .............................. Psychology
26 Pondfield Road West, Bronxville
McKAY, MARY ELISABETH
Assistant to the Director of Admissions
235 West I Ith Street, New York City
MCMASTER, MRS HELEN N. .................. Literature
23 Desmond Avenue, Bronxville
MILLIGAN, MARY .......... Secretary to the President
Glen Washington Road, Bronxville
MINNICK, MRS. LUCILE
Secretary in the President's Office
42 Pondfield Road West, Bronxville
Theatre, Costume Design
I42 East 37th Street, New York City
MORRISON, EDITH G. .......................... Comptroller
3 Brooklands, Apt. H., Bronxville
MOSELEY, MRS. MARGARET
Secretary in Office of the Director of Education
2OI Parkview Avenue, Bronxville
MUNROE, RUTH L. ...............................,.. Research
I3O East 67th Street, New York City
MURPHY, MRS. LOIS B. ........................ Psychology
I3I Echo Avenue, New Rochelle, New York
O'SHEA, MADALYN .......... Director of Theatre Arts
I I9 East I7th Street, New York City
PARES, BERNARD ...................................... History
Hotel Grosvenor, 35 Fifth Avenue, New York City
PARME, MRS. BEULAH S. ...................... Psychology
I Bronxville Road, Bronxville
PAVLICK, MARY ........ Assistant Director of Health
Sarah Lawrence College
PRICE, LUCILE ..................... ...... M usic Librarian
IO Wildway, Bronxville
PUYANA, MARIA .... Secretary in the Alumnae Office
I88 East 4th Street, Mount Vernon, New York
RADIO SARAH LAWRENCE
Bates Recreation Room
RETI, MRS. IEAN ........................... ..... ..... M u sic
I3I Riverside Drive, New York City
Secretary to the Director of Admissions
I346 Mildand Avenue, Bronxville
ROESCH, KURT ............................. .... P ainting
I2 Casino Lane, Bronxville
ROSZAK, THEODORE ........ Composition and Design
I St. Luke's Place, New York City
Secretary to the Dietician and to the Director of
Buildings and Grounds
73 Rose Avenue, Tuckahoe, New York
SALISBURY, ALICE .... Assistant in Physical Education
l24 Ancon Avenue, Pelham, New York
SANDSTROM, MRS. RUTH H. .................... Biology
3804 Greystone Avenue, New York City 63
SAZONOVA, MRS. IULIA ............................ Russian
Nevada Hotel, 2025 Broadway, New York City 23
SCHONBERG, BESSIE .................. Director of Dance
9 Mclntyre Street, Bronxville
SEELY, MRS. ELIZABETH C. ...... Assistant Librarian
I37 Cedar Lane, Bronxville
SEKAER, MRS. ELISABETH H.
Assistant in Nursery School
503 Saw Mill River Road, Ardsley, New York
SENN, DR. MILTON I. E.
Pediatric Adviser, Nursery School
577 Forest Avenue, New Rochelle, New York
Psychology, and Supervisor of Teaching,
Stoneleigh, Alger Court, Bronxville
SINGER, ANDRE ............,............................... Music
l28 West 78th Street, New York City 24
SLONIM, MARC ...........................,.......... Literature
63 West 70th Street, New York City
SMIT, LEO .................................................... Music
l0l West 78th Street, New York City
SOLOMON, EDWARD C.
Sociology, and Director of Field Work
l82 North Broadway, Yonkers, New York
SPENDER, STEPHEN .................................. Literature
8 Stratford Road, Scarsdale, New York
SPITZER, EDITH L. .............................. Bacteriology
I6l5 Townsend Avenue, New York City 52
STAUFFER, RUTH M. .............................. Literature
I I Cedar Street, Bronxville
STONE, ERMINE ........................................ Librarian
523 West I I2th Street, New York City
STRAUS, DORIS M. ................... ................... F rench
352 Cathedral Parkway, New York City 25
STRODT, MRS. RUTH ........................ Mathematics
35 Mayhew Avenue, Larchmont, New York
SWINFORD, IEROME ...................................... Voice
40 East IOth Street, New York City
TOUGH, MARGARET ........,................... Housekeeper
Andrews House, Sarah Lawrence College
TRINKAUS, CHARLES E., IR. ...................... History
Southbury, Connecticut, Box 441
TURNER, ELIZABETH L. .... Teacher, Nursery School
23 Bayberry Street, Bronxville
WALTON, MARION .................................. Sculpture
3I West I2th Street, New York City
WEHRLI, FLORENCE .................. Director of Health
Sarah Lawrence College
WEIL, DR. ANNEMARIE ...... Consulting Psychiatrist
49 East 86th Street, New York City
WEISMANTEL, MARTHA M. . .... ........ .... D i etitian
Sarah Lawrence College
WHIPPLE, MRS. MIMI S. ................ 'Night Secretary
37 Sagamore Road, Bronxville
WHITEHOUSE, GEORGE H.
Director of Buildings and Grounds
I I0 Marquand Avenue, Bronxville
WIENER, HAROLD S. L. .......................... Literature
54 Walbrook Road, Scarsdale, New York
WILLE, ROSE ................. ,...... M anager, Supply Store
80 West Grand Street, Mount Vernon, New York
WILLIAMS, IEAN .......................................... Music
62 West 89th Street, New York City
WING, MRS. MARGARET .......................... German
62 East End Avenue, New York City
YALDEN-THOMSON, MRS. EDITH .......... Economics
I9 East 86th Street, New York City 28
YOUNG, MAHONRI S. ...... Art and Communications
460 West 22nd Street, New York City
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French and Italian
549 Prospect Avenue, West Hartford, Connecticut
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4l4 West I2Oth Street, New York City 27
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Frenzel, Sue-5799 Sunset Lane, Indianapolis 5, Ind.
Fuerst, Lenore-43 Rockledge Road, Bronxville
:IiFuller, Brad-82I Palmer Rd., Bronxville
Gamble, ludith-26 Wydown Ter., St. Louis 5, Mo.
Garrison, Ellen-I 33 East 64th St., N. Y. C.
Geary, loyce-56 Linares Ave., San Francisco 22, Cal.
iIiGemson, Richard L.-356 South Palm Dr., Beverly
Gerstenberg, Mary-I8 West 9th St., N. Y. C. I I
Gibbs,'Donna-29l3 Lombardy Rd., Pasadena IO,
Gillette, lo Anne-393i Cloverhill Rd., Baltimore l8,
Gillies, Elizabeth R.-8 Circle Lane, Albany, N. Y.
Glassberg, Mary Ann-29 East 64th St., N. Y. C., 2I
Gold, Marcia-The Fairways, Wynnewood Rd., Pel-
ham Manor, N. Y.
if:Goodman, Howard-l8OO East l8th St., Brooklyn
29. N. Y.
Goodman, Mrs. Norma Bromberg-I49 Naples Rd.,
Greenburg, joan-77l West End Ave., N. Y. C. 25
Greenhill, Muriel-262 Central Park West., N. Y. C.
Gridley, lean-"Robin Hill," Locust, N. I.
Griffin, Priscilla-Wawa, Pa.
Gross, Gizellatl96 Elm St., New Rochelle, N. Y.,
Hadas, ludith Lee-I 3lO Manheim, Kansas City, Mo.
Hale, Margaret Elizabeth-Bittersweet Lane, Scars-
dale, N. Y.
Hamburger, Nancy-6lO2 Biltmore Ave., Bal-timore
Hannaford, Charlotte-I4 Indian Hill Rd., Winnetka,
Hanson, Caroline Edwards-Robinson Bay Road, Way-
Harder, Cynthia-Tuxedo Park, N. Y.
Harris, Margaret-27 Picardy Lane, Clayton 5, Mo.
Harris, Mia-3762 Harvard Acres, Mariemont, Cin-
cinnati 27, Ohio
Hayden, Mrs. Naomi jones-Sarah Lawrence College,
cfo Mrs. Houtermans
Hazard, Mary P.-Peace Dale, R. I.
:IiHead, 'Neil-I I Wood End Lane, Bronxville
Healy, Athene-275 Bedford Ave.. Mount Vernon,
iiiHecht, Alan-254 Nuber Ave., Mount Vernon, N. Y.
Heidenkamp, Virginia-538 Glen Arden Drive, Pitts-
burgh 8, Pa.
Herbert, Ioanne-800 Rivercrest Rd., Fort Worth,
Herriott, Mary loan-6l6 West Green Tree Rd., Mil-
waukee 9, Wis.
Hillman, Sally-Parish Lane, Morewood Heights, Pitts-
:3Hobbs, Charles+909 Palmer Rd., Bronxville
Hobbs, Corlene-l 300 North State St., Chicago, Ill.
Hoeber, Susanne-4349 North Ninth St., Philadelphia
Hollaman, Mary Lou-I Gracie Square, N. Y. C. 28
Hooker, Mary Huntington-60l North C St., Tacoma
Horelick, Beth-IO West 96th St., N. Y. C. 25
Horowitz, Selma-758 Brady Ave., N. Y. C. 60
:liHorwitz, Daniel-3786 Bedford Ave., Brooklyn,
Howard, Patricia-Smith Point, Manchaster, Mass.
Hoyt, Kaidi B.-Riverbank Rd., Stamford, Conn.
Hughes, Helen-5040 Independence Ave., Riverdale-
on-Hudson, N. Y. C. 63
Humphrey, loan--452 Glyn Wynne Rd., Haverford,
Hunt, Irene Margaret-l23 Ashby Rd., Loughborough,
Hyde, Constance-76 Penhurst Park, Buffalo, N. Y.
Ingalls, Louise-Stanybrook Farm, Chagrin Falls, Ohio
Ireland, Mary Louise-7 Wheeler Ave., Worcester 5,
jackson, lane Scott-96 Merriam Lane, Watertown,
lacob, Anitae-Parsonage Rd., Greenwich, Conn.
lacobson, PhyllisA944 Pleasant St., Worcester 2,
lessup, loan-Warner Ave., Roslyn, L. I., N. Y.
lobson, Lucy-3 Vine Rd., Larchmont, N. Y.
loffe, Theodora-25 East 86th St., N. Y. C. 28
losefowitz, Mira-250 West 94th St., N. Y. C. 24
loseloff, Carol-59 Sycamore Rd., West Hartford,
Iudd, Ritafp. O. Box 3264, Honolulu, Hawaii
Kantor, Laynee-l l50 Fifth Ave., N. Y. C. 28
Katz, Deborah+2609 Talbot Rd., Baltimore l6, Md.
i':Katz, Mortimer-9 Brookside Circle, Bronxville
KaLes,YRosamond-l03l East 26th St., Brooklyn IO
iiiKeljikan, john George-ISI Forest Ave., New Ro-
chelle, N. Y.
Kelleher, loan-4 Everett St., Worcester 2, Mass.
Kelsey, Alison-l65 Crafts Rd., Chestnut Hill 67,
Kiernan, Ann Louise-I7 East 89th St., N. Y. C.
Kimball, Alison-Greenville, Del.
Kincaid, Helen-Paula Freitas IOO, Rio de Ianeiro,
King, Louise M.-I7 Midland Ave., Bronxville
King, Pauline N.-44l8 Kahala Ave., Honolulu,
Kinnear, Polly-North Drive, Fox Chapel, Pittsburgh
ifiKlein, Wells-I9 Wilbur Pl., Bronxville
Knight, Margaret-I787 Titus St., San Diego l, Cal.
Knudson, Marion-4 Park Dr., Tuckahoe 7, N. Y.
Kolchin, Lovey-6 Flanders Rd., Toronto, Ontario,
Kramer, Katherine-IOI South Parkway, Columbus,
Krasne, Rita-I I5 Central Park West, N. Y. C. 23
LaBranche, Michelle-225 East 73rd St., N. Y. C.
Langer, Cornelia-Hotel Roosevelt, Washington, D. C.
LaRoche, loyce-95 East Levering Mill Rd., Cynwyd,
Larsen, Anne-50-60 Congress St., Fairfield, Conn.
Larsson, Carolf63l Garland Ave., Winnetka, Ill.
Leff, Ruth leanne-I I5 Central Park West, N. Y. C.
Legare, Alberta-Kent Place, Suffield, Conn.
Leighton, Lisa-Hillside Rd., Fairfield, Conn. '
Lettiere, Patricia--425 East State St., Trenton 9, N. I.
Levi, Carol-53l8 Locust, Keeees city 4, Me. 4
Liebenberg, lo Anne--4730 South Humboldt St.,
Minneapolis 9, Minn.
Lohn, Yvonne-3Ol South Camden Dr., Beverly Hills,
Lucas, MargaretfWistar Rd., Villa Nova, Pa.
iliLurie, Edward-l Sl -I8 Kildare Rd., jamaica, L. I.,
Macartney, Hope-I 8 Crocus PI., St. Paul 2, Minn.
MacGilvra, Ellen-Zl Laurel Ave., Wellesley Hills 82,
iiiManings, Allan S.-2l7 Hamilton Ave., Staten ls-
land I, N. Y.
iliManville, Williamf97 Chittenden Ave., Crestwood,
Marcus, Barbara-I 8 Robin Rd., West Hartford, Conn.
Markham, Nancy-clo American Embassy, Paris,
Markusee, loan-Elysee Hotel, N. Y. C.
Marshall, joan-IOS Prospect St., Providence, R. I.
Martinson, loan-l75 West 93rd St., N. Y. C.
McAllister, Babsf-4Ol 8 Euclid Blvd., Youngstown,
McEachern, Mary Lou-I07 Nottingham Rd., Rich-
McLellan, joan-l4I I Webster St., Palo Alto, Cal.
Means, Patricia-267 Maine St., Brunswick, Me.
Meeske, loan-Route l, Forest Park Rd., Muskegon,
Melohn, Anita-6lO Forest Ave., Highland Park, Ill.
Merrill, julia Bell+2l 5 Boston Post Road, Weston 93,
iiMerritt, james Hugh-445 Gramatan Ave., Mount
Vernon, N. Y.
Midkiff, Betty-"Luakaha," Honolulu, Hawaii
:l:Miller, john F.-2944 josephine, Denver, Colo.
Moffett, Barbara Ann-lO4 North Main St., Canan-
daigua, N. Y.
Monasevitch, Luba-642l Moore Dr., Los Angeles 36,
Morgan, Ann-225 Brooklawn Ave., Bridgeport,
Mott, jane Marie-Mill River Rd., Oyster Bay, N. Y.
Mudd, Elise-l 550 Oak Grove Are., Pasadena 5, Cal.
Muhlenberg, Anna Marie-High Rd., Wyomissing, Pa.
iiMulcahy, Robert H.-l4 Custer Ave., Yonkers 2,
Murray, jane-820 Park Ave., N. Y. C. 2l
Murray, Phyllis-820 Park Ave., N. Y. C. 2l
Nonnenmacher, Mildred-l lS Marquand Ave., Bronx-
Norton, Anne-225 East 79th St., N. Y. C. lO
Odell, Audrey-540 Crabtree Lane, Lake Forest, lll.
Olmstead, Sarah-5 Pleasantview Ave., Longmeadow,
Olsen, Mrs. Marion Diggs-30 Milburn St., Bronxville
Osserman, Carol-l lO7 Fifth Ave., N. Y. C.
van Panhuys, Vera-44 Brattle St., Suite 8, Cam-
:fiPapaleo, joseph-4029 Lowerre Pl., N. Y. C.
Parker, Miriam-2905 Tishomingo Lane, Memphis,
Paton, joan-St. james, L. I., N. Y.
Pearlman, Irene-573l Kenwood Ave., Chicago 37,
Pell, Melissa-St. Andrews School, Middletown, Del.
Peniston, Patty-Red Oak Lane, White Plains, N. Y.
Penney, Virginia-58 Tudor Pl., Buffalo 9, N. Y.
Peterkin, Patricia-3239 Ella Lee Lane, Houston 6,
ffiPolk, james--22 Drake Rd., Scarsdale, N. Y.
Post, Patricia-Wardman Park Hotel, Apt, 308-H,
Washington, D. C.
Powell, Betty jean-1275 George St., Plainfield, N. j.
iiPratt, Donald-7l Washington Square South,
N. Y. C. I2
Ramey, Raber-lO63 East 98th St., Cleveland 8, Ohio
Rassieur, jeanne-33 Ridgetop, Richmond Heights l7,
Rassieur, joan-7230 Maryland Ave., St. Louis 5, Mo.
Read, Susan-East Quaker Rd., Orchard Park, N. Y.
Rechtman, Penny-4l5 Chapel Rd., Melrose Park, Pa.
Rextrew, Ruth-lO Colonial Ave., Albany 3, N. Y.
Reynolds, Katherine--l42O Lake Shore Dr., Chicago
il:Richardson, Howard H., jr.-708 West 3lst St.,
Richey, Marione V.-6 Deshon Ave., Bronxville
Rigler, Nancy judith-l576 Vincent St., St. Paul 8,
Roberts, Robin-564 Broadway, Nyack, N. Y.
'liRogger, Hans-238 Fort Washington Ave., N. Y. C.
:l:Roosen, Willem-4503 Fieldston Rd., N. Y. C. 63
Rosen, joan-6l Babcock St., Brookline, Mass.
Rynearson, jean+Sunny Slopes, Rochester, Minn.
Sample, Sally-lOO Sheridan Rd., Lake Forest, lll.
Sandbank, Miriam-Avenida Atlantica 790, Rio de
Saunders, Martha-Idlewild Farm, Bryn Mawr, Pa.
Schauffler, julia-3026 S. W. Bennington Dr., Port-
land l, Ore.
Scheiffler, Stephanie-l6Ol South Sylvester St.,
Scheinfeld, Ruth-l 96 Beach Rd., Glencoe, lll.
Schenck, Marti-Astor Lane, Sands Point, L. l., N. Y.
Schilling, Peggy V.-The Country Knoll, l Burgevin
St., Kingston, N. Y.
Schlesinger, Elaine-99 South Downing St., Denver,
Schniewind, Vica-North St., Greenwich, Conn.
Sears, Ann-l47 Chestnut Hill Rd., Chestnut Hill,
Segal, Barbara Ruth-l4O West 86th St., N. Y. C.
Sergel, Gunilla-6 Angskarsgatan, Stockholm, Sweden
Shelwell, Carlotta-254 Hillside Ave., Waterbury l,
Sherwin, Martha-Waite Hill, Willoughby, Ohio
Shiffman, Barbara-750 Grand Concourse, N. Y. C.
Sickels, Mary-74 Macdougal St., N. Y. C. l2
Silberman, Selma-I l9ll 83rd Ave., Kew Gardens
IS, L. l., N. Y.
Silverstein, Beatrice-66 Requa St., Rochester 5, N. Y.
Sisson, Suzanne M.-l 8 Arnold St., Providence, R. l.
Sloss, Katherine Ann-3070 Pacific Ave., San Fran-
cisco l5, Cal. ,
Smith, Emily-l66O Lombardy Rd., Pasadena 5, Cal.
Smith, Nancy-"Gypsy Run," Gwynedd Valley, Pa.
Snider, joan Lee-Normandy, Magnolia, Mass.
Southerland, Clare-l9OO Woodlawn Ave., Wilming-
ton Sl, Del.
Spencer, joan-2825 East l32nd St., Shaker Heights
Sperry, Paula-Wilton, Conn.
Spinoza, Marilyn-Copley Plaza Hotel, Boston, Mass.
Sprague, Lucy-l4 Otis Pl., Boston, Mass.
iiStevens, Walter B.-82l Palmer Rd., Bronxville
Stewart, Virginia Lee-642l High Dr., Kansas City,
Stokowski, Lyuba-Cloud Walk Farm, New Milford,
Stollenwerck, Ellen-4l9 South Highland Ave., Mem-
Stone, Lydia-9 Benevolent St., Providence 6, R. l.
Stoudt, Margaret-Route l, Riegelsville, Pa.
Stauffer, jackie-818 The Terrace, Hagerstown, Md.
Straus, Margaret-Linnean Hill, Porter St., and Klingle
Rd., Washington 8, D. C.
Straus, Patricia-720 Park Ave., N. Y. C.
Stuart, Piza-Lake Rd., Menasha, Wis.
Sturges, julie Anne-50 NfVestcott Rd., Princeton,
iiiSugrue, jon j.-974 State St., New Haven, Conn.
Swift, Nannette-29 Waterbury Rd., Montclair, N. I.
Talbott, Peggy-450 East 52nd St., N. Y. C.
Taylor, Barbara-46l2 Michigan Ave., Chicago l5,
Taylor, Beatrice-Jacobs Hill Farm, Seekonk, Mass.
::iTerHeun, Patricia-77 Boulder Trail, Bronxville
Thomee, joanne-Orchard Hill Lane, Greenwich,
Thompson, Betsy Ann-"Woodside" Farm, Kennett
Trencher, Phyllis-3875 Waldo Ave., N. Y. C. 63
Tullis, Mary-9Ol Rosemary Rd., Lake Forest, lll.
Ufford, Sarah-l77 Macdougal St., N. Y. C. l l
Upson, lustine-Tranquility Rd., Middlebury, Conn.
Van Kleeck, Elsey-5 Rosalind Rd., Poughkeepsie,
ifrwanef, joseph-2950 Bainbridge Ave., N. Y. c. 58
Walters, Barbara jill-The Buckingham, lOl West
57th St., N. Y. C.
Warrick, Cecil-5820 State Line Rd., Kansas City 2,
Waters, loan-38 Middlesex Rd., Buffalo l6, N. Y.
Weber, joan F.-2850 Paxton Rd., Cleveland 20,
Wegrzynek, Sophie-66 Tennis Pl., Forest Hills, N. Y.
ifiWeiss, jerome-68-37 Yellowstone Blvd., Forest
Hills, N .Y,
Welch, Gloria-322 East 57th St., N. Y. C.
Werner, Lizzie-Pueyrredon l500, Martinez, Argen-
Wheatland, Nancy-l l Gray Gardens West, Cam-
bridge 38, Mass.
Wheeler, Sarah Ann-R.F.D. lO, Fairfield, Conn.
Whitaker, Margaret--l l5 68th Pl., Kenosha, Wis.
White, june-l 871 Seventh Ave., N. Y. C. 26
Whiting, lean-79 Beacon St., Boston, Mass.
Wild, Mary-70 Hillside Ave., Waterbury, Conn.
Wilensky, Sallie--12 East 87th St., N. Y. C. 28
Wilkins, Carol V--23 Draper Ave., Arlington, Mass.
Wilkinson, Bonnie-lO6 Bedford St., N. Y. C. l4
Wilkoff, Susan-i526 Fifth Ave., Youngstown, Ohio
Williams, Eleanor-P. O. Box 422, Chatham, Va.
Williams, Kate-Mulberry Plantation, Camden, S. C.
Williamson, Lee-Chestertown, Md.
Wilson, Shelley-4Ol8 lngersol Ave., Des Moines l2,
ifiYannantuono, George A.-l2l Wallace Ave., Mount
Vernon, N. Y.
Yaspan, Helen Sara-784 Park Ave., N. Y. C. 2l
Zachry, Mary Patricia-4Ol Torcido Dr., San An-
tonio 9, Tex.
Zeman, Patricia-389 Lloyd Ave., Providence 6, R. I.
Zucker, Marcia-724 Warner Ave., Los Angeles 24,
Zumsteg, Karin-375 Park Ave., N. Y. C. 22
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Eagle, Mrs. Ann Sickels--74 Macdougal St., N. Y. C.
Kilsheimer, Ralph L.--897 Webster Ave., New Ro-
chelle, N. Y.
Marquand, Mrs. Rita Kip-520 East 86th St., N. Y. C.
Richter, Mrs. Melissa Lewis--2 Brookside Circle,
Yoder, Mrs. Cynthia-l67 Hollow Tree Ridge Rd.,
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Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today!
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Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.
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