National Geographic : 1943 Apr
The National Geographic Magazine By Husking Corn, Smith College Girls Do Their Bit and Put Roses in Their Cheeks Slacks and dungarees may be seen even on the campus in Northampton, Massachusetts, where farmers call for the girls with trucks. Some pick apples, others plant onions. They are part of the land corps of World War II. 'I m~u4~-ra~l A cal~~l lr O National Geographic Society Kodachromes by B. Anthony Stewart Dear to the Memory of Grown-up Children, an Old-fashioned Candy Shop Survives To Wiggins Country Store in Northampton come Smith girls to buy licorice and jawbreakers, wintergreen, peppermint, lime, and clove sticks untouched by chocolate dip.