Lesley University Photographs, 1909-2013 (10.02)

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Lesley University Photographs, 1909-2013 (10.02)

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Lesley Wishing Well, 1940s and 2015
Digital montage of two photographs showing a student sitting on the Lesley College wishing well in the 1940s and a view of the wishing well in front of the McKenna Student Center in 2015.

Cambridge Open Air School, ca. 1920s
Black and white photograph of students sitting in class at the Cambridge Open Air School. Teacher is standing at the center of the room.

Lesley Girls at Children's Museum
Sepia-toned photograph showing five female students from the Lesley School sitting in front of the Children's Museum in Boston. Inscription in ink written on front: "Lesley Girls at Children's Museum. Jamaica Plain, '27."

Lesley Girls
Eight girls dressed in caps and gowns standing outside on the steps to a building.

Intensive Sewing Class, 1929
Fifteen Lesley School Students pictured with their English teacher, Mrs. Haskell (left) and founder Edith Lesley Wolfard (right) on Class Day outside Alumni Hall on campus. Donated by Catherine Crosby '29 Class President. There is an arrow in blue…

Lesley Wishing Well, 1929
Photograph of wishing well on the Lesley School campus.

Edith Lesley Wolfard and Gertrude Malloch, June 1933
Photograph featuring Edith Lesley Wolfard (right) and Gertrude Malloch (left) with graduating students in the background on the Lesley campus.

First Lesley College Sign on Campus<br /><br />
Night photograph of the new Lesley College sign to mark the transition to a degree granting institution. Snow on the ground indicates that this photo might have been taken in December 1942 or January 1943 when the school met all the requirements to…

Photos of Trentwell Mason White Hall construction, 1957
Two black and white photos showing progress on the construction of Trentwell Mason White Hall and adjacent amphitheater at Lesley College.

Urban Academic Village with Lesley College sign, 1973
Black and white photo of entrance to Lesley College's new "Urban Academic Village." Presently known as the Doble Campus.
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