Jean Labonte and Louise Belval of the Class of 1953 sit on the steps of Lewis House at the start of their freshman year, probably around the time of freshman hazing. Jean is wearing a white beret and mock bib while holding a stuffed animal and personalized wastebasket. Louise has an open book in her lap. Written on front: "Lewis steps - Jean, Louise". Written on back: ... more
Massachusetts - Memorial stone marker near the Isenberg School of Management for Joseph B. Flavin (Class of 1953) and Donald V. Marchese (Class of 1959), both of whom received business degrees at UMass. Mr. Flavin was employed at various times by Xerox, IBM and Pfizer Inc. and eventually became chairman and chief executive officer of the Singer Company, overseeing its evolution the wor... more
1949 Sept. 24
Four women freshmen from the Class of 1953 gather outside Thatcher House wearing beanies plus mock bibs with their names written on the bibs. Written on front: "Playday - [l-r] Kay, Lou, Ruthie, Phyl". Handwritten on back: "1949 - Kay Heintz, Louise Belval, Ruth Sharkey, Phyllis Sencabaugh".
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Portrait of a smiling Joseph B. Flavin of the Class of 1953 as he sits on the edge of a desk. After graduation from UMass and later the Columbia University Graduate School of Business, he studied at the International Business Machines Corporation's executive school and the Williams College program in American studies for executives. He spent 14 years at I.B.M's world tr... more
Kosarick, Everett A.
A group of couples, possibly members of the Class of 1948, pause in formation during a Winter Festival dance. "Ed Szetela - '48 (Black sweater)" written on back. "Photograph by Everett Kosarick" and "University News Service, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Massachusetts" stamped on back.
Women freshmen from the Class of 1953 gather outside. Written on front: "First football game. [l-r] Ruthie, Lou, Phyl, Ruthie". Written on back: "Ruth Sharkey, Louise Belval, Phyllis Sencabaugh, Ruth Sullivan"."
Kosarick, Everett A.
Students walk past and stop to inspect a sculpted snow carousel, part of a number of sculptures created during Winter Carnival Week held during February 5-12, 1949. "Photograph by Everett A. Kosarick" and "University News Service, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Massachusetts" stamped on back.