In the black-and-white photo, four women are playing frisbee in the 1970s. Three girls are photographed standing in front of a car waiting for the frisbee. These females are wearing wide-leg and flared jeans, two with long smock tops, and one with a form-fitted shirt. One girl has a belt buckle that reads “VOTE.” The woman facing away from the camera is wearing a long-sleeved white shirt. This student’s left arm is extending and throwing the classic frisbee toward the three female students on the sidewalk. In the right, upper-hand corner, the frisbee is visibly spinning toward the women. Behind the three women, there is a car parked in the street, bare trees, and a light-colored building with brick. Farther behind the trees, there is a parking lot with cars.
black and white photograph
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"Four Women Playing Frisbee in the 1970s" (2022). University Archives Photographs Collection. 945.