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Can you name any of the people?
I think that's Mary Jane Whitcomb from Stamford in the middle


Comments...
Sisterhood Tea Party


What was the Year?
1970

What was the Season?
spring

Can you name any of the people?
Linda Sniezek on the right and Pat Marcel second from left

Can you name the location?
Catholic Daughters of America Tea in Adams

Comments...
A rite of passage and one of the last bastions of white gloves and patent leather pumps, senior girls were invited to share tea and refreshments. Each girl was also presented with a lovely silver broach that was personalized with their monogram.


Can you name any of the people?
I beliweve that the girl in the middle with glasses is named Marceau

Can you name the location?
I assume from the looks of it that this a tea for girls from Adams High


What was the Season?
winter

Can you name any of the people?
MAry Rosacoe

Can you name the location?
Sister Hood tea

Comments...
Mary is pouring the tea.


Can you name any of the people?
correction:Mary Jane Whitcomb is not in this picture

Can you name the location?
Court Sancta Regina

Comments...
from left standing: Susan Gajda,Patricia Marcil,Lidia Soto (exchange student from Chile), and Linda Sniezek. Mrs. George Crabtree is pouring. I know because I have this in my records.


Can you name any of the people?
Mary Rosacoe

Comments...
sister hood tea


Comments...
STOP!!!! How inaccurate can we get? We've been told it is NOT the Sisterhood Tea and that is NOT Mary Rosascoe! The secretary of the Catholic Daughters has the record and has told you without doubt exactly who these young women are and the occasion....


Can you name any of the people?
Second from right is Diane Ostrowski.


What was the Year?
1970

What was the Season?
spring

Can you name any of the people?
L to R: Sue Gajda, Patricia Marcil, LidiaSoto (exchange student from Chili), and Linda Sniezek

Can you name the location?
Court Sancta Regina annual tea for graduating seniors


Comments...
I love the comment about the white gloves and the rite of passage. I am the girl on the right and I still have the lovely silver broach, as well as the Lane jewelry chest given to all senior girls at Adams High.


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