Inscribed on back of photograph: "scanned: rg26-1-1920s-18-1-26000001", "12/2/26", "student groups- 1920s", "LD 7096.5 Box 5 Fol. 18", "Or would you rather just bat around when you can pick up apples along the road, and cook your bacon over a fire?"; Label with typescript: "Press Bureau Mount Holyoke College South Hadley, Mass"; Stamped: "Return to Press Bureau Mt. Holyoke College South Hadley. Mass.", "Harry Gordon Photo Service Holyoke, Mass."
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