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MAY 10 DATE THAT 1938 CLASS ALBUM WILL MAKE DEBUT

Warren Kay Vantine Studio Awarded Photo Contract; Portable Studios in Houses

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On or about May 10 is the time set for the appearance of the 1938 Class Album, according to John L. Dampeer '38, chairman of the Album Committee. Other members of the committee are Harold Van B. Cleveland '38, H. Bruce Griswold '38, Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr. '38, and Vernon H. Struck '38.

The photography contract has again been awarded to the Warren Kay Vantine Studio of Boston. Individual portraits will be made in the Houses, where portable studies will be maintained.

Individual sittings will commence on or about November 1 and will be scheduled by the studio according to an appointment system. Each student socially afflillated with the class will be photographed at the cost of $1.00, four proofs being shown, or at the cost of $2.00, eight proofs being shown. This amount will be paid at the time of sitting and will be deducted as a deposit on any orders for individual portraits placed by the students.

Subscription blanks and the biography blanks will be mailed shortly after midyear examinations. Questions and other communications may be addressed to the members of the Album Board.

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