Class of 1964, Vassar College

Archive of Selected Materials,
Created, Curated, and Maintained by 1964
Class Officers

Click on this image
                  to see the original artwork of Dyne Benner. Large file
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Scarf of Main shown above.  This original 100% red silk scarf was designed by Dyne Benner Onoue, '64, for the 40th Reunion, from her original art.  The border signifies the class ring, VC 100th Class; and the drawing of Main, where we lived as seniors, symbolizes our tradition and class spirit. 
Copyrighted, all rights reserved by the artist throughout the world, including in electronic format.
This image is used on this website wIth permission of the artist


 For an interactive experience, click on Mark Fink's work, to see a 360 degree view of ringing the bell atop Main.


40th Reunion
Class Officers

45th Reunion
Class book


55th Reunion: 
Outgoing and Incoming Presidents
Group and Candid Photos
60th Reunion
Class book

Mini Reunions
Group and Candid Photos
Timelines:  Campus Context
Based on much work previously available on the website of Elizabeth Daniels, '41, Vassar College Historian.
Freshman year | Sophomore year | Junior year | Senior year
Tech Fun
Find your '64 dormitory mates!  Look at a Google Earth display of the distribution of responding classmates by dormitory (no names of individuals). Link to the full-sized fixed animation; link to movie file (you control the time-spacing between successive animation frames); link to Google Earth file (drive around in the free download of Google Earth to see the full globe).  Zoom in to look at streets...find your own home!


Photos linked to this page were donated (to date) by:  Margaret Appelbaum Levine, Gail Becker, Alice Harper, Lynn Scott Thompson, Margie Mueller, Anne Youngclaus Stratton, Sandy Lach Arlinghaus.
Please feel free to donate more and let us know if you already donated and your name does not appear here (so we can add you)!

Note:  in the past, others have kindly donated photos, as well.  A number of those were housed in Picasa; when that storage 'vanished' so too did some of those photos.  There are backups; as they are found, they will be posted here.  In the meantime, feel free to donate again if you wish (after contacting the webmaster to attempt to avoid unnecessary duplication of effort.

Website design and maintenance:  Sandra Lach Arlinghaus, Web Master, Class of 1964.