When I Was a Girl at Framingham
When I was a Girl at Framingham:
...And so you see that life when I first came to Framingham [in 1904] was not so very different from what it is today. You probably wonder how we managed to have a happy life without movies, radios, automobiles, or telephones. So, too, may the Framingham girls of 1960 wonder how you ever existed in 1932 without airplanes, private baths, a swimming pool, television or individual robots to get the lessons.Lucile G. French.
student newspaper, Framingham Normal School, Framingham State University, women's college, teacher education, journalism, gatepost, YWCA, A'Kempis, Hampton Institute, Hampton Quartet, note-taking
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Framingham State University, "The Gatepost, v02, issue 02" (1932). The Gatepost: All Issues. 5.