HInke’s obituary can be found HERE.
An updated list of our Class Agents is HERE. (It is a bump-out from Class Officers and Board Members 2020-2050). Thank you
ALL for stepping up to the call for service.
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Lynne’s obituary can be found HERE.
Linda Conway Correll George sent prints of two award-winning posters she did, with an associate, some years ago. One was chosen for the permanent collection of the Library of Congress. You can see them HERE. Thank you, Linda!
Here is a link to our Junior Show, written by Sally Foster. Memories are made of this!! I hope you enjoy the songs as much as I did! Just in time for the holidays.
We have eighteen (18!) ‘Non-Reunion Reunion’ Reunion Booklets left, and are offering them not only free of charge, but with no mailing costs either. Once they are gone, they are gone! This is a gift from the class to eighteen lucky class members. Now, aren’t you glad you checked our Class Website?? If you would like one, contact me, Ann Kingman Williams.
I just discovered an NPR interview with Kirsten Downey, author of the definitive biography of Frances Perkins (The Woman Behind the New Deal: The Life of Frances Perkins, FDR’s Secretary of Labor and Moral Conscience), and posted it in the section of the website entitles ‘Birthday Biographies’ (in April) HERE. I hope it will entice you to read more in the ‘Birthday Biographies’, which are really interesting. Thank you Dana Feldshuh Whyte and Sue Bradley Cabot for setting up this section of the website.
There is a new section in ‘Just for Fun’. Check it out, enjoy the photographs, and join us. Send a photograph of your pairing, and I will post it. Thanks!
Judy Cairncross Helgen recently wrote up a piece recounting her recollection of hearing President Richard Glenn Gettell’s Inaugural Address to the college in 1957, in which he used the term ‘Uncommon Women’. Read Judy’s interesting essay HERE. It is a piece of our history.