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Women's Club of the University of Rochester papers
Creator: Women's Club (University of Rochester)
Call Number: UA354
Dates: 1935-2018
Physical Description: 7.69 Cubic feet
Language(s): Materials are in English
Repository: University of Rochester Archives

Table of Contents:

Biographical/Historical Note
Scope and Content
Processing Information
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Separated Materials
Content List
Academic Years
Membership Directories
Collection Overview
Title: Women's Club of the University of Rochester papers
Creator: Women's Club (University of Rochester)
Call Number: UA354
Dates: 1935-2018
Physical Description: 7.69 Cubic feet
Language(s): Materials are in English
Repository: University of Rochester Archives

Biographical/Historical Note
By 1930, the University was spread across the city, with the Eastman School of Music, the School of Medicine and Dentistry, and Strong Memorial Hospital established between 1921 and 1925, and the College for Men and the College for Women separated onto two different campuses, the River Campus and the Prince Street campus, respectively. The expansion of the University led to an interest in creating opportunities for female faculty members and the wives of faculty to become acquainted with women across the institution. Organizational meetings for the Women's Club were held in March and April of 1935; they were coordinated by founder Josephine "Jo" Murlin, to whom the scrapbooks in this collection are dedicated. The first general meeting was organized by Marion Gleason and was held in honor of Harriet Seelye Rhees, wife of President Rush Rhees, and Thelma Faxon, Class of 1933. The group's constitution and by-laws were drafted by Ruth Hemenway, Ruth Merrill, and Clara Fenn. Article 11 of the constitution stated that "The object of this organization shall be to encourage wider acquaintance among members, the formation of friendships, and the sharing of common interests."

Interest groups were formed so that members could pursue shared interests or develop skills together. Varying over the years, these groups included athletics, books, current events, gardening, languages, bridge, "newcomers," the club's newsletter, and University services. In 1941, the club focused its activities on World War II efforts. They used their womanpower and resources to help hospitals and the Red Cross, organized two neighborhood groups, and met in the evenings to make surgical dressings. After the war was over, the club returned to its regular interest groups, which organized activities ranging from study groups, to the publication of the University directory, to faculty holiday parties, to fundraising for donations and financial aid for students.

In the mid-1960s, membership reached its peak at around 635 members. Committees were established to organize special events or to cultivate friendships within the University community. For example, Faculteeners was a committee that brought the teenaged children of University faculty and staff together through events (Junior Faculteeners being 7th-8th graders and Senior Faculteeners being 9th-12th graders). Another way the Women's Club encouraged friendship was through the International Hospitality Committee and Newcomer Hospitality Committee, which sought to make new faculty (men and women) and their spouses feel welcome through special events and mailings. Often "newcomers" were new to Rochester as well as the University, so the committee ensured they received a "Your Introduction to Rochester" pamphlet that recommended restaurants and services in town. (Copies can be found in the collection.) Committees were also created to organize events that supported the University, such as a reception for freshmen and their parents and commencement receptions.

Some sub-organizations developed as branches of the club, and these often had their own executive boards. The garden interest group, which had the most members of all the interest groups, evolved into a sub-organization, the University Garden Club. Another example was the Dames (earlier known as Junior Women's Club), a group created for female graduate students and wives of graduate students. Similarly, the Aesculapians were a group for staff wives, graduate students, and fellows at the medical school. Meanwhile, the executive board organized several events for all members. The end-of-the-year annual meeting, a special luncheon often held at the Country Club of Rochester, for example, brought together members from throughout the club. At this event, each of the officers and committee chairs would share the achievements of their group through annual reports.

In 1978, a gala at Sibley's department store was organized to fund the Susan B. Anthony Scholarship, an undergraduate University scholarship. Much planning went into this event, which featured research done in Strong Memorial Hospital, exhibits from the Memorial Art Gallery, University theater group sets and costumes, and Eastman School performances. The following year a champagne gala was held to raise funds for the scholarship, and from then on efforts towards this scholarship became an important part of the club's mission. In 1985, President Mary Flatley noted that members were expressing more interest in administrative tasks, including organizing fundraisers, than in hostess tasks. She also noted that group activities were shifting to the afternoon to accommodate the schedules of women in the workforce. The group adapted along with its members' needs and interests, and the scholarship program continued to be a focal point. In 1989, a separate award, the Susan B. Anthony Prize, was established, and the club continued to raise funds for the both awards until 2018.

"The Women's Club in a changing world does change" was stated in 1945 at the conclusion of the radio broadcast for the 10th anniversary celebration recorded by the five presidents from that decade. It was known since then that societal changes would have a powerful impact on the Women's Club. Women's roles in society have changed dramatically since the 1960s as more women have attended college, worked outside of the home, and pursued opportunities once viewed as male only. Taking into account these changes since the height of its membership, among other reasons, the executive committee voted to disband the club effective May 2018. As a final group activity, members created a quilt representing the history of the University, which was displayed in the family waiting room at Strong Memorial Hospital.

Scope and Content
Women's Club of the University of Rochester Papers contain material created by or addressed to the club, especially members of the executive board and executive committees.

The Academic Years series contains administrative and organizational material such as by-laws, executive board and committee member information, financial information, and annual reports. This series also includes event information in the form of invitations, programs, and planning notes. Materials for an academic year may also include clippings, publications, pamphlets, and photographs.

The collection contains Minutes from general and executive meetings, as well as Membership Directories. Newsletters consist of the club's general newsletter as well as publications of the Aesculapian and Dames groups. Scrapbooks document academic years from 1935/1936 to 1978/1979 and the quilting group from 1975 to 1996. They consist of executive board member information, news clippings, newsletters, programs, invitations, membership directories, annual meeting reports, and some photographs.

The remainder of the collection consists of the History series, which covers subjects such as anniversaries, archives, and highlights. Highlights include President Esther Hunter's collection of notes, a record book kept by the book group, and a set of reports for the club's signature event, which was a reception for freshmen and their parents.

Series 1: Academic Years: Arranged chronologically by academic year, then alphabetically within a given year.

Series 2: Minutes: Arranged chronologically.

Series 3: Membership Directories: Arranged chronologically by academic year.

Series 4: Newsletters: Arranged chronologically.

Series 5: History

Series 6: Scrapbooks: Arranged chronologically by academic year, followed by quilting group scrapbooks.

New York (State)--Rochester
Universities and colleges--Employees
Women--Societies and clubs
Women's Club (University of Rochester)
Women college teachers
Processing Information
Until 2018, the Women's Club of the University of Rochester Papers were housed and described as two separate collections: the original papers received in the 1970s and a Women's Club of the University of Rochester Papers Addition containing materials received from 1983-2011. In 2018, the two collections were reprocessed to connect overlapping series, and a 2018 accrual was added. For preservation reasons, material in the Scrapbooks series was removed from binders. The papers are now described in a single finding aid.Immediate Source of Acquisition
An original transfer of subject folders, correspondence files, and scrapbooks was received from the office of the vice president for public affairs on October 29, 1971. An addition was received from Mary Dalton on September 13, 1983. Further additions were received from Mary Flatley on May 13, 1985, Zoe Horowicz in March 2000, and Mildred Hathaway on December 9, 2005. In June 2011 Jeanne Harper, a long-time member of the evening book discussion group, compiled and donated a list of all books reviewed from 1971 to mid-2011. Additional material was donated by Zoe Horowicz in October 2011. Additional membership information, newsletters, minutes, and correspondence were transferred by Jackie King in April 2018.Access
For access to this collection, please contact the University of Rochester Archives (archives@library.rochester.edu) at least two business days prior to your planned visit.

Please note: Some materials may be restricted or require permission for use.

To request reproductions or permission to publish materials from the collection, please contact the University of Rochester Archives (archives@library.rochester.edu). Researchers may be responsible for determining any copyright questions.

[Item title, item date], Women's Club of the University of Rochester papers, UA354, Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of RochesterRelated Materials
Garden Club of the Women's Club of the University of Rochester, UA185

Separated Materials
The publication Fifty Years of Medicine at Rochester was removed from the collection during processing. It is available in Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; see the online catalog for details.

Administrative Information
Author: Finding aid prepared by Rare Books and Special Collections staff
Publisher: University of Rochester Archives
Address: Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation
River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester
500 Joseph C. Wilson Blvd.
Rochester, New York 14627-0055

Content List
Academic Years
Box 1, Folder 1Academic year 1935/1936
Box 1, Folder 2Academic year 1936/1937
Box 1, Folder 3Academic year 1937/1938
Box 1, Folder 4Academic year 1938/1939
Box 1, Folder 5Academic year 1939/1940
Box 1, Folder 6Academic year 1940/1941
Box 1, Folder 7Academic year 1941/1942
Box 1, Folder 8Academic year 1942/1943
Contains correspondence about contributions by the Women's Club to Rochester's War Week, an effort to encourage Rochesterians to buy war bonds through events such as a parade and a town meeting.

Box 1, Folder 9Academic year 1943/1944
Box 1, Folder 10Academic year 1944/1945
Box 1, Folder 11Academic year 1945/1946
Box 1, Folder 12Academic year 1946/1947
Box 1, Folder 13Academic year 1947/1948
Box 1, Folder 14Academic year 1948/1949
Box 1, Folder 15Academic Year 1949/1950
Box 1, Folder 16Academic year 1950/1951
Box 1, Folder 17Academic year 1951/1952
Box 1, Folder 18Academic year 1952/1953
Box 1, Folder 19Academic year 1953/1954
Box 1, Folder 20Academic year 1954/1955
Includes a press release describing the history of the creation of the Women's Club, detailed descriptions of each of the interest groups, and updates on the club's recent achievements.

Box 1, Folder 21Academic year 1955/1956
Box 1, Folder 22Academic year 1956/1957
Box 2, Folder 1Academic year 1957/1958
Includes the pamphlet "Women's Club of the University of Rochester: The First Decade, 1935-1945."

Box 2, Folder 2Academic year 1958/1959
Box 2, Folder 3Academic year 1959/1960
Box 2, Folder 4Academic year 1960/1961
Box 2, Folder 5Academic year 1961/1962
Contains the pamphlet "The Object of the Club Shall Be…," which lists several of the club's mission statements and contains charts with data collected from 1935 to 1962 summarizing membership totals and interest group activity.

Box 2, Folder 6Academic year 1962/1963
Box 2, Folder 7Academic year 1962/1963 - All-University Symphony Orchestra recognition
Includes a certificate of recognition from the All-University Symphony Orchestra presented to the Women's Club for "32 years of distinguished and dedicated service to the Rochester community." Also includes a Club report on the reception.

Box 2, Folder 8Academic year 1962/1963 - Booklet : "Your Introduction to Rochester"
Box 2, Folder 9Academic year 1962/1963 - Calendar of activities
Box 2, Folder 10Academic year 1962/1963 - Commencement reception
Box 2, Folder 11Academic year 1962/1963 - Community hospitality
Box 2, Folder 12Academic year 1962/1963 - Constitutional changes
Box 2, Folder 13Academic year 1962/1963 - Executive board
Box 2, Folder 14Academic year 1962/1963 - Guest book, September 26, 1962
Box 2, Folder 15Academic year 1962/1963 - Faculteeners
Box 2, Folder 16Academic year 1962/1963 - International hospitality
Box 2, Folder 17Academic year 1962/1963 - Junior Women's Club
Box 2, Folder 18Academic year 1962/1963 - Mailings
Box 2, Folder 19Academic year 1962/1963 - March buffet
Box 2, Folder 20Academic year 1962/1963 - Membership lists
Box 2, Folder 21Academic year 1962/1963 - Newcomers' booklet
Box 2, Folder 22Academic year 1962/1963 - Newcomers' hospitality
Box 2, Folder 23Academic year 1962/1963 - Panel discussion, February 6, 1963
Box 3, Folder 1Academic year 1962/1963 - Press releases and clippings
Box 3, Folder 2Academic year 1962/1963 - Schedules
Schedules relate to orientation programming done by the Women's Club. Also contains correspondence about planning the orientation program and Office of University Relations programs.

Box 3, Folder 3Academic year 1963/1964
Box 3, Folder 4Academic year 1963/1964 - Annual reports
Box 3, Folder 5Academic year 1963/1964 - Community hospitality
Box 3, Folder 6Academic year 1963/1964 - Constitution
Box 3, Folder 7Academic year 1963/1964 - Correspondence
Box 3, Folder 8Academic year 1963/1964 - Faculteeners
Box 3, Folder 9Academic year 1963/1964 - Groups, interest
Box 3, Folder 10Academic year 1963/1964 - Hosting lending service (cupboard)
Box 3, Folder 11Academic year 1963/1964 - International hospitality
Box 3, Folder 12Academic year 1963/1964 - Junior Women's Club
Box 3, Folder 13Academic year 1963/1964 - Literature for workbook
Box 3, Folder 14Academic year 1963/1964 - Membership
Box 3, Folder 15Academic year 1963/1964 - Newcomers
Box 3, Folder 16Academic year 1963/1964 - Program of activities
Box 3, Folder 17Academic year 1963/1964 - Publicity
Box 3, Folder 18Academic year 1963/1964 - Requisitions
Box 3, Folder 19Academic year 1964/1965
Box 3, Folder 20Academic year 1964/1965 - Aesculapians
Box 3, Folder 21Academic year 1964/1965 - Annual reports
Box 3, Folder 22Academic year 1964/1965 - Community relations
Box 3, Folder 23Academic year 1964/1965 - Constitution
Box 3, Folder 24Academic year 1964/1965 - Dames
Box 3, Folder 25Academic year 1964/1965 - Executive board
Box 3, Folder 26Academic year 1964/1965 - Faculteeners (junior)
Box 3, Folder 27Academic year 1964/1965 - Faculteeners (senior)
Box 4, Folder 1Academic year 1964/1965 - Foreign students
Box 4, Folder 2Academic year 1964/1965 - Literature from mailings
Box 4, Folder 3Academic year 1964/1965 - Membership
Box 4, Folder 4Academic year 1964/1965 - Newcomers
Box 4, Folder 5Academic year 1964/1965 - Program of activities
Box 4, Folder 6Academic year 1964/1965 - Publicity
Box 4, Folder 7Academic year 1964/1965 - Requisitions
Box 4, Folder 8Academic year 1965/1966
Box 4, Folder 9Academic year 1965/1966 - Annual reports
Box 4, Folder 10Academic year 1965/1966 - Correspondence
Box 4, Folder 11Academic year 1965/1966 - Executive board
Box 4, Folder 12Academic year 1965/1966 - Faculteeners (junior)
Box 4, Folder 13Academic year 1965/1966 - Faculteeners (senior)
Box 4, Folder 14Academic year 1965/1966 - Groups, interest
Box 4, Folder 15Academic year 1965/1966 - International hospitality
Box 4, Folder 16Academic year 1965/1966 - Mailing schedule
Box 4, Folder 17Academic year 1965/1966 - Mailings (literature)
Literature here refers to invitations and event calendars.

Box 4, Folder 18Academic year 1965/1966 - Membership
Box 4, Folder 19Academic year 1965/1966 - Newcomers
Box 4, Folder 20Academic year 1965/1966 - Party records
Box 4, Folder 21Academic year 1965/1966 - Program
Box 4, Folder 22Academic year 1965/1966 - Publicity
Box 4, Folder 23Academic year 1965/1966 - Re-tog
Re-tog here refers to a fundraising event of used clothing where the Club collected donations and sold them in the Basement of Culter Union.

Box 4, Folder 24Academic year 1966/1967
Box 4, Folder 25;
Box 5, Folder 1
Academic year 1967/1968
Box 5, Folder 2-3Academic year 1968/1969
Box 5, Folder 4Academic year 1969/1970
Box 5, Folder 5-6Academic year 1970/1971
Box 5, Folder 7Academic year 1971/1972
Box 5, Folder 8Academic year 1972/1973
Box 6, Folder 1Academic year 1973/1974
Box 6, Folder 2Academic year 1974/1975
Box 6, Folder 3Academic year 1975/1976
Box 6, Folder 4Academic year 1976/1977
Box 6, Folder 5Academic year 1977/1978
Box 6, Folder 6Academic year 1978/1979
Box 6, Folder 7Academic year 1979/1980
Box 6, Folder 8Academic year 1980/1981
Box 6, Folder 9Academic year 1981/1982
Box 6, Folder 10Academic year 1982/1983
Box 6, Folder 11Academic year 1983/1984
Box 6, Folder 12Academic year 1984/1985
Box 6, Folder 13Academic year 1985/1986
Box 6, Folder 14Academic year 1986/1987
Contains University of Rochester academic calendar created by the Women's Club and sold as a fundraiser for the Susan B. Anthony Scholarship.

Box 7, Folder 1Academic year 1987/1988
Box 7, Folder 2Academic year 1988/1989
Box 7, Folder 3Academic year 1989/1990
Box 7, Folder 4Academic year 1990/1991
Box 7, Folder 5;
Box 8, Folder 1
Academic year 1991/1992
Box 8, Folder 2-4Academic year 1992/1993
Box 8, Folder 5-6Academic year 1993/1994
Box 8, Folder 7Academic year 1994/1995
Box 8, Folder 8Academic year 1995/1996
Box 9, Folder 1Academic year 1996/1997
Box 9, Folder 2Academic year 1997/1998
Box 9, Folder 3Academic year 1998/1999
Box 9, Folder 4Academic year 1999/2000
Box 9, Folder 5Academic year 2000/2001
Box 9, Folder 6Academic year 2001/2002
Box 9, Folder 7Academic year 2002/2003
Box 9, Folder 8Academic year 2003/2004
Box 9, Folder 9Academic year 2004/2005
Box 10, Folder 1Minutes, 1935-1942
Box 10, Folder 2Minutes, 1943-1950
Box 10, Folder 3Minutes, 1951-1954
Box 10, Folder 4Minutes, 1955-1956
Box 10, Folder 5Minutes, 1957-1959
Box 10, Folder 6Minutes, 1960-1961
Box 10, Folder 7Minutes, 1962
Box 10, Folder 8Minutes, 1963
Box 10, Folder 9Minutes, 1964
Box 10, Folder 10Minutes, 1965
Box 10, Folder 11Minutes, 1966
Box 10, Folder 12Minutes, 1967
Box 10, Folder 13Minutes, 1968
Box 11, Folder 1Minutes, 1969
Box 11, Folder 2Minutes, 1970
Box 11, Folder 3Minutes, 1971
Box 11, Folder 4Minutes, 1972
Box 11, Folder 5Minutes, 1973-1974
Box 11, Folder 6Minutes, 1975-1976
Box 11, Folder 7Minutes, 1977-1978
Box 11, Folder 8Minutes, 1979-1981
Box 11, Folder 9Minutes, 1982
Box 11, Folder 10Minutes, 1983
Box 11, Folder 11Minutes, 1984
Box 11, Folder 12Minutes, 1985-1987
Box 11, Folder 13Minutes, 1988-1989
Box 12, Folder 1Minutes, 1990-1992
Box 12, Folder 2Minutes, 1993-1996
Box 12, Folder 3Minutes, 1997-1999
Box 12, Folder 4Minutes, 2000
Box 12, Folder 5Minutes, 2001
Box 12, Folder 6Minutes, 2002-2005
Membership Directories
Box 12, Folder 7Membership Directories, 1936/1937-1951/1952
Box 12, Folder 8Membership Directories, 1952/1953-1969/1970
Box 12, Folder 9Membership Directories, 1970/1971-1974/1975
Box 12, Folder 10Membership Directories, 1975/1976-1979/1980
Folder 13, Folder 1Membership Directories, 1980/1981-1984/1985
Folder 13, Folder 2Membership Directories, 1986/1987-1989/1990
Folder 13, Folder 3Membership Directories, 1990/1991-1994/1995
Folder 13, Folder 4Membership Directories, 1995/1996-1998/1999
Folder 13, Folder 5Membership Directories, 1999/2000-2002/2003
Folder 13, Folder 6Membership Directories, 2003/2004-2008/2009
Folder 13, Folder 7Membership Directories, 2009/2010-2013/2014
Box 14, Folder 1-3Aesculapian newsletters, 1964-1970
Box 14, Folder 4Dames newsletters, 1964-1968
Box 15, Folder 1-12;
Box 16, Folder 1-10
Women's Club Newsletters, 1962-2018
Includes copies of a template used for the newsletter circa 1980s-1990s.

Box 16, Folder 11Anniversaries - 10th
Box 16, Folder 12Anniversaries - 25th
Contains a speech written for the 10th anniversary celebration (March 28, 1945), notes about the 15 years since the 10th anniversary, a report on the history of the slub's music group, notes about the University Medical Center, and a list of 25-year members still residing in Rochester.

Box 16, Folder 13Anniversaries - 30th
Contains a news clipping with a photograph of the celebration as well as notes identifying people in the photograph, correspondence, lists of past presidents, member checklists, and an event program.

Box 16, Folder 14"A brief history", March 2018
Box 17, Folder 1-2Book group, 1936-1962
Contains hardcover notebooks where information about the book group was kept. The first covers October 1936-June 1951, and the second book covers September 1951-June 1962. Books contain membership lists, lists of books circulated and the current reader, and overviews of yearly group meetings with the hostess's name and location. Additional material may include minutes, treasurer's reports, officer lists, and annual reports.

Box 17, Folder 3Book group: records, 1969-2011
Includes a list of afternoon and evening book club members (1969/1970), attached to membership lists of other interest groups. Also contains two lists of books reviewed in the evening book discussion group (1971-2000 and 1971-2011).

Box 17, Folder 4Correspondence, circa 1960-1965
Includes the first page of a letter from an unknown sender to the executive board of the Women's Club discussing the Rochester International Friendship Council.

Box 17, Folder 5Esther Hunter's notebook, 1991-1993
Contains organizational material such as notes, minutes, reports, newsletters, and by-laws kept by Hunter, who served as president in the academic years 1991/1992-1992/1993.

Box 17, Folder 6Formation, 1935-1937
Box 17, Folder 7Historical timeline; overview of records; National Women's Hall of Fame application, 1994, undated
Includes information about the club's archives.

Box 17, Folder 8Newspaper clippings; ephemera; notes; song sheets, 1922-1976, undated
Box 17, Folder 9Past presidents, 1935-1981
Includes a handwritten table showing executive board members and membership totals for each academic year from 1959/1960 through 1971/1972.

Box 17, Folder 10Report on receptions for freshmen and their parents, 1957-1966
Box 17, Folder 11Silver inventory, 1966-1975
Box 17, Folder 12Silver inventory; archive information, June 2009, undated
Box 18, Folder 1Scrapbook, 1935/1936-1937/1938
Box 18, Folder 2Scrapbook, 1943/1944
Box 18, Folder 3Scrapbook, 1944/1945
Box 18, Folder 4Scrapbook, 1945/1946
Box 18, Folder 5Scrapbook, 1946/1947
Box 18, Folder 6Scrapbook, 1947
Box 18, Folder 7Scrapbook, 1947/1948
Box 18, Folder 8Scrapbook, 1948/1949
Box 18, Folder 9Scrapbook, 1949/1950
Box 18, Folder 10Scrapbook, 1950/1951
Box 18, Folder 11Scrapbook, 1952/1953
Box 18, Folder 12Scrapbook, 1954/1955
Box 18, Folder 13Scrapbook, 1955/1956
Flat Box 1, Folder 1Scrapbook, 1950-1957
Material appears to focus on academic year 1956/1957, but clippings range from 1950-1957.

Box 18, Folder 14Scrapbook, 1957/1958
Box 18, Folder 15Scrapbook, 1958/1959
Box 18, Folder 16Scrapbook, 1959/1960
Box 18, Folder 17Scrapbook, 1960/1961
Box 19, Folder 1Scrapbook, 1961/1962
Box 19, Folder 2Scrapbook, 1962/1963
Box 19, Folder 3Scrapbook, 1963/1964
Box 19, Folder 4Scrapbook, 1964/1965
Box 19, Folder 5Scrapbook, 1965/1966
Box 19, Folder 6Scrapbook, 1966/1967
Box 19, Folder 7Scrapbook, 1967/1968
Box 20, Folder 1Scrapbook, 1968/1969
Box 20, Folder 2Scrapbook, 1969/1970
Box 20, Folder 3Scrapbook, 1970/1971
Box 20, Folder 4Scrapbook, 1971/1972
Box 20, Folder 5Scrapbook, 1972/1973
Box 20, Folder 6Scrapbook, 1973/1974
Box 20, Folder 7Scrapbook, 1974/1975
Box 20, Folder 8Scrapbook, 1975/1976
Box 20, Folder 9Scrapbook, 1976/1977
Box 20, Folder 10Scrapbook, 1977/1978
Box 20, Folder 11Scrapbook, 1978/1979

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