|Blanche Allene O'Brien - Photo source, Keith D. Jones|
|Source: Broad Ripple High School, Indianapolis|
|1932 Riparian yearbook, page 10|
The seniors in each class had a habit of writing a "senior alphabet" couplet for the yearbook. Blanche was featured as the letter "o" on page 18. "O stands for O'Brien, a real Irish maid, a charming young miss whom with pranks you can't 'fade.'"
|Riparian yearbook 1932, page 37.|
It is great to have this, and this view of her last year of high school connects well with the post-graduation information on Blanche's beauty salon in Broad Ripple. She was clearly well liked in her class.