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Thanks for the fascinating post! The back of the photo is as interesting as the front. (Well, not quite, but....)

This brings back memories of my freshman year at NPC. It was September 1980. My room was on the second floor of "Ohlson House" a bit to the right of this picture. The freshman males came and serenaded us that fall. It was quite the event. No romances for me but fun never the less.

different homes and intersting good picture..

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