Women of '69, Unboxed

 
  

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In the fall of 1968, the Skidmore College yearbook editor decided instead of a traditional, bound volume of posed headshots, the class of 1969 would have a “yearbox” — cardboard boxes stamped with their names containing loose black-and-white pictures and pages about them. Forty-five years later, 19 women return to the "yearbox", reflecting on their legacy, and looking ahead to what comes next.

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ABOUT WOMEN OF '69, UNBOXED

In the fall of 1968, the Skidmore College yearbook editor decided instead of a traditional, bound volume of posed headshots, the class of 1969 would have a “yearbox” — cardboard boxes stamped with their names containing loose black-and-white pictures and pages about them. Forty-five years later, 19 women return to the "yearbox", reflecting on their legacy, and looking ahead to what comes next.

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