Kalamazoo College Women's Debate Squad
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The Kalamazoo College Women's Varsity Debate Squad for the school year 1924-1925. Front row, left to right: Alice Starkweather, Bernice Cook, Mina Stowe, Ruth Minar, Edith Levin. Back row: Margaret Vande Bunt, Lucile Bullock, Alma Smith, Dorothy Aldrich. The photographer is not identified.
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