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Yesterday: Tree Trio


A black and white photo from the 1940s of three BYU students dressed up in hobo costumes and playing instruments.
Photo Courtesy L. Tom Perry Special Collections, UA 869 B11 F8

In an early-1940s campus photo, three costumed students perform a playful tune at a university celebration, possibly Founders Day.

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