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Richard "Dick" Mayer and the Candidates for Miss Huckster Promote the 1951 Huckster's Ball on the Wilshire Campus Patio
Woodbury University Library
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Promoting the Woodbury 1951 Huckster's Ball, are Dick Mayer, dance organizer and the candidates for Miss Huckster on the Wilshire Campus Patio. Behind them stands a student in a clown costume. The candidates are (in alphabetical order) Donna Glosup, Bee-Jay Graham, Georgia James (crowned winner), Helen Kraus, and Ruth Ann Wetterhahn.
1 photographic print : black and white. 12.5 x 18.5 cm
Los Angeles (Calif.)
Woodbury College
Woodbury University
Business education
Balls (Parties)
Woodbury University History Collection

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