Four individuals pose for a photo in the early 1950’s. Going from left to right, there are two young women, an older man, and another young woman. The first woman on the left is wearing a light-colored, three-quarter-sleeved, collared dress with a scarf through the collar. She is smiling with her arms at her sides. The second woman from the left is wearing horn-rimmed glasses and a dark dress with a striped shirt underneath. Her hands are folded in front of her, and she holds a small, dark handbag. The man also has his hands folded in front of him. He is wearing wire-rimmed glasses and a double-breasted pin-striped suit with a white dress shirt and a tie. The woman on the far right is wearing horn-rimmed glasses and a dark-colored, three-quarter-sleeved dress with buttons and a tied collar. Her left hand is leaning against a low wall behind the group posing. There is a radiator visible in the bottom left corner of the photo.
black and white photograph
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"Three Women and One Man Pose for a Photo in Sheridan Coliseum" (1952). University Archives Photographs Collection. 1025.