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The thirteen members of the class of 1928 stand at the head of the College Green in a diagonal line in front of Alumni Hall and McArthur Gymnasium. Dressed in the caps and gowns with white collars, most smile into the camera and wear their hair short and curled.

When the Trustees of Westbrook Seminary decided in 1925 to make their school all-female, they held off from making it entirely collegiate, continuing the secondary girls' school aspect while also working toward a two-year program.


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9 15/16 inches x 7 15/16 inches

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