Westbrook Junior College student, Helen Palmer, stands beside an evergreen bush and in the snow in this black & white candid snapshot with "Palmer - '36" written on the front in blue ink. On the back, in blue ink, is written "Helen." Helen wears a dark, slender winter coat and holds a plaid stuffed animal, or perhaps a rolled-up stadium blanket, in the crook of her left arm. Beneath her coat and visible at the neck is a dark sweater or dress top. Helen's dark, curly hair is parted on the left and held back on the right with a barrette or bobby pin. She wears plain, rimless eye glasses. She smiles and looks down a bit, rather than directly at the camera.
Behind Helen is a brick wall and windows, possibly the outside facade of either Hersey Hall or Goddard Hall.
Black and white photograph
Size of Original
1 1/4 inches x 1 7/8 inches
Gift of Frances Savage Taylor, graduate of Westbrook Junior College and Farmington State Teachers College.
Taylor, Frances Savage,"Helen Palmer, Westbrook Junior College, 1936" (1936). University of New England, Westbrook College History Collection. https://dune.une.edu/wchc_photos_students1930s/148
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