A female student is working in a photo development lab in 1978. The black-and-white photograph captures a college girl arranging photos on a Pako print dryer. The machine holding the developer tray has a logo on top with the word “PAKO” and holds pictures that are hanging in the process of drying. The college girl is wearing a floral handkerchief-style top with a rick rack (or ric rac or ric rack) trim and three-quarter-length sleeves and a pair of jeans. She has light brown to blond feathered hair and wears an ID bracelet on her left wrist and a black watch on her right wrist. In the background is a drum-style print dryer.
black and white photograph
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"Female Student Working in a Photo Development Lab in 1978." (2022). University Archives Photographs Collection. 967.