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Looking Back: Riding Boots

Three female students sit a top a burro at the Alpine Summer School. Photo from BYU Special Collections.

BYU students in the 1920s sport riding boots while cheerfully posing atop a burro at the Alpine Summer School, now called Aspen Grove (courtesy L. Tom Perry Special Collections, UAP2 F118).

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