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Smiles of a Winter Afternoon

Photo: Skiing with the Class of '38

We're pretty sure this charming tableau dates from the days before waxless skis. Definitely before SUVs. A member of the class of '38 who dropped by our office recently thinks these slope-bound beauties are Phi Zetas. Do you recognize yourself, or a friend? Do you still have the car? Let us know in a classnote.

 



Talk About Being Yankee

Photo: Barnards on hillside

It would be hard to find a more quintessentially New England pair than Mary '34 and Ellsworth "Dutch" '28 Barnard. This handsome couple might have been sculpted from the rock at High Ledges, the Shelburne Falls property which they donated to the Massachusetts Audubon Society in 1970, and at which they still summer. The property includes Dutch's boyhood home, on land farmed by the family since his great-great grandfather, Elisha, settled there in 1790.

 
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