This is a 1920 Photograph of the N.E. Review Staff. This 7.75" high by 9.75" wide black and white image shows 20 young men and women and their teacher (identified as "Miss Ruhlman" on back), posed in three rows before the arched entryway of a brick building. The young women are wearing long skirts and dresses in a variety of styles and fabrics, as well as high laced shoes. Five of the young men are dressed in military (Army?) uniforms with spats and high-buttoned collars. The names of the Board of Editors and other members, as well as the date 1920, are written in brown ink on the back. This photograph was made for The Crucible, which was the yearbook at Northeastern High School in Detroit, Michigan. This 1920 Photograph of the N.E. Review Staff is in very good condition with some minor creases, particularly near the edges of the photograph. Ideal for art projects.