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Yearbook Artwork 1930 December 18, 2015

Filed under: 1930s,Art,College,Culture,History,Nostalgia,Texas,Vintage — kerbey @ 1:54 pm
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These images all come from the 1930 University of Texas yearbook. While they reflect some aspects of the culture at the time, you would never know the country was in a depression.

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Very little of the yearbook was in color, other than these images. I imagine most students could not afford them at the time, under the circumstances. I know I was never able to afford a university yearbook during my four years.

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Here you see a student sweating over his impending exams.

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And if you look closely enough at the inside of the yearbook, you can read the date Irene received it!

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3 Responses to “Yearbook Artwork 1930”

  1. Benson Says:

    That is one heck of a find. Why do the guys all have chiseled chins like Dick Tracy?

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