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Cheers for ALICE CZYZ!
At least we know someone is listening. Below is what Alice has been writing in the Guest Book trying mightily to get a dialogue going. Gay and I are impressed. This has inspired us to make another new page called CONVERSATIONS WITH ALICE, and we invite all of you to either sign on to the Guest Book and write your entry or email either of us
and we will make sure it gets on the website. This could
be fun ladies what are your earliest memories of MHC?
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.As you all know our class has elected special faculty who we feel have been especially close to our
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Our Fantastic "Back to School Mini Reunion"
Dee Lamb and Miz Comey
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OUR NYC MINI REUNION AT THE HARVARD CLUB
DAVID BAKER, LOIS GAETA, MARY LOU JUDD, ADA BALL, WINK
AND MARY SAUNDERS, ART CURATOR OF THE HARVARD CLUB
Even though we only had four classmates being able to attend (plus two spouses, Mills Ripley and David R. Baker), we all had a great chance to catch up with each other. The delicious three-course lunch was enlivened by the input of Mary Saunders, Art Curator for the Harvard Club, who described the provenance of many of the paintings and stuffed heads of wild animals.
There is a huge history for the Harvard Club starting when women were not allowed in, to a large oil portrait of the first woman president of the club. Things have changed since women had to use a side door and hide in the room assigned to them.
We thank Lois and David for arranging the delightful and informative event. We promise to get the date arranged earlier next year so more classmates can "save the date."
P.S. Mills enjoyed having the famous "Harvard Hasty Pudding" for dessert. They didn't have anything like that at Princeton.