PCA – The Class of ’68 – The Painters

As I said in recent weeks, Tony Visco handed me a blast from our Alma mater’s past — The Philadelphia College of Art’s yearbook from 1968!


Here’s another group of graduates from 1968 class of The Philadelphia College of Art. This time we have the painters! The list of names is in alphabetical order, but I don’t think the students stuck with that order as far as positioning themselves for the photo. I don’t know who is who.

paintingI wonder if Gimbels was running a special on striped shirts back then.

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4 Responses to PCA – The Class of ’68 – The Painters

  1. Tina says:

    The man seated in the front row on the right was teacher Larry Day.

  2. Old NFO says:

    They must have been… or it was a two for one special on close out…

  3. JohnP. says:

    Did the people with glasses get grouped together?

  4. Tina says:

    Jim – And the rest of the Bohemians wore standard-issue black.

    John – It’s like a vintage ad for Lenscrafters!

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