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    • Kilworth Chapel groundbreaking, 1966

    • Rites and ceremonies; Building sites--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Robert Albertson, Martin Nelson, Wilbur Baisinger, R. Franklin Thompson, John Phillips, Dean Bock, Col. Burton Andrus, Bishop Everett Palmer, and Clark Wood at the Kilworth Chapel groundbreaking, 15 May 1966
    • Campus Day, 1907

    • College buildings--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Campus cleanup day--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Campus Day, 1907, outside the gymnasium the students built. Students solicited building materials and constructed the building in 1905. The opening ceremony was held on 18 Jan 1906. This gymnasium was destroyed by fire on 24 Sep 1913
    • Todd turns shovel at the Todd Hall groundbreaking, 1946

    • Rites and ceremonies; College presidents--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Building sites--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Former President Edward H. Todd turns a shovelful of dirt at the Todd Hall groundbreaking ceremony July 15, 1946. Others in the photograph are President R. Franklin Thompson, Trustee Chair W.W. Kilworth, and ASCPS President Philip Garland
    • Ditch digging, 1949

    • Ditch digging (College of Puget Sound); Earth moving--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • College of Puget Sound buildings and grounds officials and president R. Franklin Thompson (fourth from left) observe a test of a new ditch digger, 1949. One of the other men in the photograph is Elmer Lenox
    • Ditch digging, 1949

    • Ditch digging (College of Puget Sound); Earth moving--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • College of Puget Sound buildings and grounds officials and president R. Franklin Thompson (fourth from left) observe a test of a new ditch digger, 1949. One of the other men in the photograph is Elmer Lenox
    • Ditch digging, 1949

    • Ditch digging (College of Puget Sound); Earth moving--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • College of Puget Sound buildings and grounds officials and president R. Franklin Thompson (fourth from left) observe a test of a new ditch digger, 1949. One of the other men in the photograph is Elmer Lenox
    • Campus Day, 1949

    • Voluntarism--Washington (State)--Tacoma; College students--Recreation--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Students digging trenches for water lines behind Anderson Hall on Campus Day, 12 May 1949
    • Campus Day, 1949

    • Voluntarism--Washington (State)--Tacoma; College students--Recreation--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Dean John Regester helping students dig trenches for water lines on Campus Day, 12 May 1949
    • Campus Day, 1949

    • Voluntarism--Washington (State)--Tacoma; College students--Recreation--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Students digging trenches for water lines behind Anderson Hall on Campus Day, 12 May 1949
    • Campus Day, 1949

    • Voluntarism--Washington (State)--Tacoma; College students--Recreation--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Students digging trenches for water lines behind Anderson Hall on Campus Day, 12 May 1949
    • Campus Day, 1949

    • Voluntarism--Washington (State)--Tacoma; College students--Recreation--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Students digging trenches for water lines behind Anderson Hall on Campus Day, 12 May 1949
    • Campus Day, 1949

    • Voluntarism--Washington (State)--Tacoma; College students--Recreation--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Students digging trenches for water lines behind Anderson Hall on Campus Day, 12 May 1949
    • Hillside removal flattens the campus, 1952

    • Earth moving--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Until 1952 a hill between North 9th Steet and North 13th Street separated the campus from Union Avenue. In this 1952 photograph earth-moving equipment of contractor J. D. Shotwell levels the hill to create the flat landscape we know today
    • Hillside removal flattens the campus, 1952

    • Earth moving--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Until 1952 a hill between North 9th Steet and North 13th Street separated the campus from Union Avenue. In this 1952 photograph president R. Franklin Thompson and contractor J. D. Shotwell examine progress in the hill's removal to create the flat...
    • Hillside removal flattens the campus, 1952

    • Earth moving--Washington (State)--Tacoma; college campuses--Landscaping--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • College of Puget Sound president R. Franklin Thompson and Tacoma contractor and Puget Sound trustee J. Donald Shotwell watch as Shotwell equipment works to remove the ridge of land west of Memorial Fieldhouse. The forested ridge of land that...
    • Hillside removal flattens the campus, 1952

    • Earth moving--Washington (State)--Tacoma; college campuses--Landscaping--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • College of Puget Sound president R. Franklin Thompson and Tacoma contractor and Puget Sound trustee J. Donald Shotwell converse as Shotwell equipment works to remove the ridge of land west of Memorial Fieldhouse. The forested ridge of land that...

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