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Snowmen and Miniskirts: Visions of the Snowiest Village in 1968

73 was huge (and terrifying). There was romantic ’77. Some memories were made in the early ’80s. Obviously TBO93, and some fun recent white outs.

But the three inches in 1968 are kind of neglected. I mean, for the sage of this post we’ll say they’re neglected. Sure we had the thing about the Snow-Women of ’68. But we somehow overlooked the young lady in a miniskirt building / fending off a snowman (Dean Cater is frowning at so many things here) . That’s an important piece of history.

So without frozen adieu, here are some more scenes of snowy Auburn shot November (NOVEMBER!) 11, 1968. #snowbunnies #cathyestes #freezyskidstuff #judyejones #miniskirts

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Related: Pat Dye Field violated with script ‘Ohio’ during 2009 Auburn snow storm.

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