|Newcomb girls can do anything! They can write, draw, design, and even put up posters!|
With the change into the '20's came the moving onto the Broadway campus we all know and love.
|Even though we were part of Tulane University, and on a new campus, we still had to wear those bloomers on Field Day!|
|There used to be a statue of St. George on the Newcomb campus. Do you suppose these 1930 freshmen asked him to help fight their dragons?|
|No matter what struggles Newcomb girls face, there's always time to stop and draw the flowers!|
|And here we have the graduating class of 1940, looking back on their life at Newcomb. From left to right, Martha Powers, Adele Ramos, Madeline Gallagher, and Becky Kreckel.|
|And here's another abandoned Newcomb fashion (thankfully): Beanies for the freshmen, as this 1940's photo shows us.|
|Newcomb's Athletics Department had its share of Amazons.
Let's hope these girls weren't aiming at anyone in particular.
|In the 1950s, this delightful duo, Patricia & Elizabeth Patterson, were Newcomb students.|
|But no matter how much fun Newcomb was, there was always work to be done!|