Fashion Marketing Students Look Back In History Through Yearbooks

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ALJ senior Marcella DePaola studies “The Lance,” a school yearbook from the 1950s.

ALJ senior Marcella DePaola studies “The Lance,” a school yearbook from the 1950s. (Photo courtesy of Clark Public Schools)

CLARK — Students in Ms. Golinowski’s fashion marketing class at the Arhtur L. Johnson High School in Clark recently spent time in the school library researching fashion trends from the 1950s through 1990s. The class was learning how events in history have influenced fashion in the decades of the twentieth century. Media specialist Kate Ryan provided archived Arthur L. Johnson High School yearbooks to help illustrate the lesson.

“The school library has archived all Johnson yearbooks going back to 1957. The photographs are a wonderful record of the history of Clark, and they are very special to the school’s current students who are interested in the town’s history,” said Ryan. The students enjoyed applying what they have learned in their fashion coursework to the history of their school.


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