Anastasia Kirby Lundquist '35 Senior Portrait, 1935

Anastasia Kirby Lundquist '35 Senior Portrait, 1935

Anastasia Kirby Lundquist, member of the Emmanuel College class of 1935, sits for her senior portrait in 1935. Anastasia Kirby Lundquist, cousin to the College foundress Sr. Helen Madeline Ingraham, served as assistant director of the Red Cross wartime Blood Donor Center of Boston during World War II. In collaboration with Lt. Henry W. Lundquist, USNR, radio officer of the Public Relations Office of the First Naval District and blood donor officer for the headquarters, she created and wrote a radio series called Life to the Front. It was broadcast weekly through the Columbia Broadcasting System’s New England outlet, WEEI in Boston. She also has written several books that include A Dream of Christmas (1937) and Out for Blood (1924) (See Epilogue, 1935).

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