Barbara Gilley holds the ribbon, while Ray Ross, 2nd Vice President of the Educational Foundation of Business & Professional Women, cuts it. In the back, from left to right, are Doris Alexander, Kathleen Mee, Jewel Tillis, Carol Wilson, Phil Goree, and UCF President at the time, H. Trevor Colbourn. Most of the people in the background were state officers for the B&PW at the time. The Scholarship House is a rent-free residence for 16 female scholars at UCF. The BPW Scholarship House is not part of the University, but is located on its grounds. Written on back, "Scholarship house Dedication: Ready for use: State officers of the Business and Professional Womens club cut the ribbon on May 25, 1986 on the $200,000 Scholarship House, Future home for 16 deserving lady scholars who will live on campus rent-free. UCF Report, 6/4/86, p. 2, 5/25/86 Scholarship House Dedication"
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Ross, Ray; Gilley, Barbara; Alexander, Doris; Mee, Kathleen; Tillis, Jewel; Wilson, Carol; Goree, Phil; Colbourn, H. Trevor;
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18 cm. x 12.5 cm.
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Bittle, David W., "Business & Professional Women's Scholarship House - opening ceremony & ribbon cutting" (1986). University Photograph Collection. Image 670.