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University of Wisconsin. Girls dorm. 1950s Record party.

A record party at Elizabeth Waters Hall, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Enjoying the latest Redd Foxx record, probably.

See How Much College Dorm Rooms Have Changed Over the Past 100 Years - WomansDay.com

See How Much College Dorm Rooms Have Changed Over the Past 100 Years

Is there anything more American than sharing a bag of oranges with your University of Wisconsin friends and geeking out in your Peanuts-themed dorm room?

Mid Mod LP Love from Roger Wilkerson, The Suburban Legend.

rogerwilkerson: Winter doesn’t call the tune here! Detail from 1954 J & L Steel ad.

Students listening to records, ca. 1950s.  (Vassar College Archives)

Students relax with a newspaper and a portable record player, The album title is “Swan Lake,” and the glass object on the player is called an ashtray. Vassar’s residential halls.

Martha Holmes—Time & Life Pictures/Getty ImagesSinger Billy Eckstine gets a hug from an adoring fan after a show in New York in 1949. This was one of Martha Holmes's own favorite photographs.

Photographer Spotlight: Martha Holmes

Martha Holmes—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images Singer and bandleader Billy Eckstine gets a hug from an adoring fan after a show at the late, great New York City jazz club, Bop City,

“Delegates from Barnard College [R] and Bryn Mawr College [L] registering for the Vassar Political Conference.” (LIFE PHOTO ARCHIVES)

Delegates from Barnard College and Bryn Mawr College registering for the Vassar Political Conference.

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Brilliant Found Photos Of Mid-Century Christmas Parties

Listening booths

historical photos Customers at a London music store listen to the latest record releases in soundproof listening booths, 1955

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Larry (far right) new year's party for various friends in neighborhood.Larry was way ahead of his time and let people be real.

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