THE ANSWER TO THE ETERNAL QUESTION OF HOW TAKE A GOOD YEARBOOK PICTURE! BACK TO SCHOOL!
We know how fun it is to be back in school… making new friends, gaining knowledge to use against your parents in a debate, music class, etc. It’s all going great, that is until the most dreaded day of the year comes along… PICTURE DAY. What you wear is a big factor in how your picture will look, but instead of spending hours the night before deciding, just wear the classic Tunisian-look like the girl in this picture. It’s guaranteed to turn a few heads.
Young girl wearing Tunisian garments and accessories - hat, blouse, bloomers (salwar?), and pointed slippers, necklace consisting of linked flat circles, and bracelets - poses with left hand to forehead against a studio backdrop. 6379 Scènes et Types.  Divided back inscribed in French.
Yeshiva University Museum, New York (2005.163)

THE ANSWER TO THE ETERNAL QUESTION OF HOW TAKE A GOOD YEARBOOK PICTURE! BACK TO SCHOOL!

We know how fun it is to be back in school… making new friends, gaining knowledge to use against your parents in a debate, music class, etc. It’s all going great, that is until the most dreaded day of the year comes along… PICTURE DAY. What you wear is a big factor in how your picture will look, but instead of spending hours the night before deciding, just wear the classic Tunisian-look like the girl in this picture. It’s guaranteed to turn a few heads.

Young girl wearing Tunisian garments and accessories - hat, blouse, bloomers (salwar?), and pointed slippers, necklace consisting of linked flat circles, and bracelets - poses with left hand to forehead against a studio backdrop. 6379 Scènes et Types.  Divided back inscribed in French.

Yeshiva University Museum, New York (2005.163)

THE ANSWER TO THE ETERNAL QUESTION OF HOW TAKE A GOOD YEARBOOK PICTURE! BACK TO SCHOOL!
We know how fun it is to be back in school… making new friends, gaining knowledge to use against your parents in a debate, music class, etc. It’s all going great, that is until the most dreaded day of the year comes along… PICTURE DAY. What you wear is a big factor in how your picture will look, but instead of spending hours the night before deciding, just wear the classic Tunisian-look like the girl in this picture. It’s guaranteed to turn a few heads.
Young girl wearing Tunisian garments and accessories - hat, blouse, bloomers (salwar?), and pointed slippers, necklace consisting of linked flat circles, and bracelets - poses with left hand to forehead against a studio backdrop. 6379 Scènes et Types.  Divided back inscribed in French.
Yeshiva University Museum, New York (2005.163)

THE ANSWER TO THE ETERNAL QUESTION OF HOW TAKE A GOOD YEARBOOK PICTURE! BACK TO SCHOOL!

We know how fun it is to be back in school… making new friends, gaining knowledge to use against your parents in a debate, music class, etc. It’s all going great, that is until the most dreaded day of the year comes along… PICTURE DAY. What you wear is a big factor in how your picture will look, but instead of spending hours the night before deciding, just wear the classic Tunisian-look like the girl in this picture. It’s guaranteed to turn a few heads.

Young girl wearing Tunisian garments and accessories - hat, blouse, bloomers (salwar?), and pointed slippers, necklace consisting of linked flat circles, and bracelets - poses with left hand to forehead against a studio backdrop. 6379 Scènes et Types.  Divided back inscribed in French.

Yeshiva University Museum, New York (2005.163)

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