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Candidates for UCSB 1965 Homecoming Queen

University of California, Santa Barbara. Office of Public Information
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University of California, Santa Barbara and Students
photographic prints and photographs

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[Item description]. University Archives photographs collection. UArch 112. Department of Special Research Collections, UC Santa Barbara Library, University of California, Santa Barbara.

Candidates for UCSB Homecoming Queen reign over festivities this weekend were interviewed yesterday (MONDAY) and four finalists selected from the group pictured above. The finalists include Karen Gillette, fourth from left, Susan Ailman, sixth from right, Cathy Franklin, third from left, and Nacy Naves, not pictured. the queen will be selected by a vote of the male student body tomorrow (Wednesday) and the winner will be announced on Thursday evening at the Galloping Gaucho Revue. Pictured with the finalists are (from left): Lee Vice, Sandy Hundley, Miss Franklin, Miss Gillette, Mary Lea Parsons, Marna Jesson, Miss Ailman, Kathy Pierce, Margi Brandel, Sue Marlow, Nancy John, and Carol Dobbins. Not pictured are Nancy Sonn and Miss Naves.

Physical Description:
1 photograph : print ; sheet 12 x 25 cm
Still Image
University Archives photographs collection
Series I. Photographs. Subseries D. Goleta Campus
Events: Homecoming, 1951-1965
Library Location:
Department of Special Research Collections
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Copyright Holder:
University of California (System). Regents

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