Show business girls, Sarah Lane Literary Society, Rice Institute
The Sarah Lane Literary Society (SLLS), founded in 1947, was named after Sarah Lane, a 1919 graduate who served as the dean of women, 1931-1950. The society disbanded in 1965.
Page from the Sarah Lane Literary Society Scrapbook. A photograph of two show business girls demonstrating a dance. "There is no business like show business! (but Margie, you're usually so dignified!)" is handwritten at the bottom of the image. Original resource is a black and white photograph.
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