Negative: Villa Maria Ball 1989

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One colour negative depicting a portrait of forty-five girls, three women, and one man at the 1989 Villa Maria Ball, sitting and standing in five tiers in a room with spotted carpet. The number 105 is written in the negative margin.
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Back Row: Michelle Parish, Michelle O'Loughlin, Andrea Davie, Nicola Rivers, Katherine White, Bernadette Smith, Michelle Blakely, Angela Mitten, Karina Pratt. Fourth Row: Joanne Fitzgerald, Michelle Williams, Elisa McLeavey, Nicky O'Dea, Megan McKeefry, Kristine Robertson, Tania Straker, Brigette McKenzie, Julie Gardiner, Justine Bartlett, Deborah Wright. Third Row: Anna Jamieson, Ruth Delahunty, Andrea Nolan, Tracey Ford, Brigid Hanrahan, Ann Culhane, Carolyn Cousins, Rochelle Coakley, Rebecca Callaghan, Louise Ainger, Maria Bradley. Second Row: Christine Kelly, Juliet Ayrey, Trish Costello, Mrs Sue Crosby (Treasurer), Sister Mary Hanrahan (Principal of College), Monsignor Mathew Duggan, Mrs Barbara Baker (President), Bronwyn Gemmell, Joanna Reid, Bernadette Sullivan, Deborah O'Connor. Front Row: Julia Connelly, Julie Corbett, Megan Reilly, Nichole Dunn, Leah McHaffie, Jacqui Sare, Lisa Kircher.

- Emily

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