Jersey Boys

Princeton University dance, 1960. The school didn’t admit women until ’69 — except on nights like this. 

According to Fitzgerald, Princeton men are “lazy, good-looking and aristocratic.” Whatever they’ve got, the chicks sure dig it:

At least until the boys start getting fresh. Easy, tiger:

The next day, the girls decide those Harvard sissies and Yale jocks would probably make better husbands. 

8 Comments on "Jersey Boys"

  1. Note the bit loafers and riding hat in the last picture.

  2. There’s no telling what sort of debauched shenanigans the kids will get up to when you put boys and girls together in a room with booze and saxaphones.

  3. The Wellesley freshman shown hanging H and Y banners died recently at the age of 75. It sounds like she had a very interesting life:

  4. Love the look of that girl…she’s wigging out! Crazy man…lets go ape shit etc. Hee Hee.

  5. i think that the top picture was taken in the charter or ivy club because of the ceiling, its hard to tell from the crowd.

  6. I can only imagine how caucasian those dance moves must have been.


  7. Old School Tie | February 9, 2019 at 6:09 am |

    The first picture is what is known in Spain as a “campo de nabos”.

  8. Vern Trotter | November 24, 2019 at 2:45 pm |

    The main reason JFK left Princeton to enroll at Harvard was the difficulty finding good looking women. Too far from New York. Of course he became seriously ill in November of his first semester and returned to Boston, never to show at Princeton again.

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