The Beginning of the Dynasty
It was time for Easter Vacation for a group of Radcliffe girls who
in their Junior Year. They realized that they would be
the next year so they were looking for something special to do
this Easter Vacation.
|One of the girls had a summer home(seen in the
background) in Plymouth (where the
Pilgrams landed) and she invited the girls to come down
vacation. It was the middle of April so it was still too
cold to swim,
but they felt that they could find something to do while
- The picture of the house is seen above as it looks
recent times and in the fall, but not much else
besides the swimming
pool addition has changed since the mid 1920s.
|The girls arrived in the costumes of the time with all
their luggage for the great vacation in Plymouth. The
girls above were
Barbara Brophy, Clarie Gagen (dad's godmother), Fran L and
Concannon (otherwise known as Nana).
||There were a lot of things for the girls to do.
example they busied themselves with croquet. Actively
the support are Claire Gagen and Mary Concannon.
|But then along came a group of older men.
had graduated from BC the previous year and were now men
of the world.
From the left were Al Fallon (in Dental School and
later mom's godfather), Al Keenan ( in
Harvard Business School) and Maurice Hart ( a graduate
student at BC).
The looming shadow in the foreground was that
Campbell who took all the pictures on the page.
||In this picture, the girl behind the camera, Anne
Campbell, was at the far right. The other two are
and Barbara Brophy. They are on the grass near
Driscoll's summer cottage.
The girls met the boys and they got together on the
chilly beach for a winter's day at the beach. On the left
Fran Cavanaugh, Margaret Driscoll, Barbara Brophy and Mary
while on the right were Al Fallon, Maurice Hart and Al Keenan.
The story did not end here for Al Keenan later married Mary
while Maurice Hart later married the girl behind the camera,
Campbell. Many years later, Mary, the daughter of Al and
married Maurice the son of Maurice and Anne. Their story is