Pomona College class of 1905 women on steps of Pearsons Hall
Junior women of the class of 1905 pose for a photograph on the steps of Pearsons Hall wearing felt hats with bows. Ruth Richmond is in the first row, second from the right (sitting slightly behind another student). June Miller is in the back row, first from the right.
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Charles Howard Ross
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