In the Archives: A Sartorial Timeline

Photos and campus publications in the University Archives have not only captured the history of the institution – they have captured the evolution of collegiate fashions at the Lake!

1911 — Students, seen here in uniforms and “square tops”, gathered between Mass and breakfast for morning exercises.

1929 – Golfing attire.

1933 – OLL ladies in an array of fashions.1946 – Members of the Confraternity of Christian Doctrine in holiday styles.

1956 – Roberta Burkholder’s dress would find more use in 21st century than her mimeograph machine.

1962 – Judy Davis and Phyllis Anderson, is it fur or faux?

(We are celebrating enduring treasures from Our Lady of the Lake University’s past throughout American Archives Month this October. Visit the Archives in Providence Hall, 6A, for a peak into history, to relive events, or to learn about the fascinating characters in OLLU’s life story. The Archives are open 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Monday through Wednesday, or by appointment. Call Anna Beyer, x2338, for information.)


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