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Calasanctian members organizing food baskets
Calasanctian members organizing food baskets
TitleCalasanctian members organizing food baskets
CreatorThe College of Saint Rose
Date of Original1958
Publisher of OriginalThe College of Saint Rose
DescriptionCalasanctian members bring joy to the needy with their Thanksgiving food baskets. Calasanctian, comprised of junior and senior elementary education majors, worked toward helping others through deed. Pictured here are: Ann Doyle, Margaret Noonan, Dorothy Christensen, Barbara Schafer, Anne Nerf, Gloria Stuart, and Mary Tranquille.
Subject.TGMEducation
Student organizations
Students
Women's education
Subject.LCSHCollege students
Education, Higher
Social action
Women college students
Women's colleges
Personal NameChristensen, Dorothy; Doyle, Ann; Nerf, Anne; Noonan, Margaret; Schafer, Barbara; Stuart, Gloria; Tranquille, Mary;
CDLC DP TopicEducation
Format of OriginalPhotograph: b&w, 8 x 10 in. (20 x 26 cm.)
TypeStill Image
SourcePhotograph Collection
Resource Identifier02018001
Publisher of DigitalThe College of Saint Rose Archives and Special Collections
Date of Digital2009-02-10
Format of Digitalimage/jpeg
Digital CollectionThe College of Saint Rose Archives and Special Collections Digital Collections
Holding InstitutionThe College of Saint Rose Archives and Special Collections
Contact InformationThe College of Saint Rose Archives and Special Collections
432 Western Avenue, Albany, NY, 12203
518-454-5190
http://www.strose.edu/academics/library/archives
RightsThis digital file may be used for educational purposes only. Prior written permission is required for any other use.
Technical DataScanned on 02/10/2009 using an Epson 20000 scanner at 300 dpi and saved as a .tif for archival purposes. Modified to 150 dpi and saved as a .jpg for web access.