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    • Basketball 1954-1955: Loggers vs. Fort Lewis

    • Basketball (College of Puget Sound); College basketball--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Fort Lewis Chiefs (basketball team)
    • On 1-2 Dec 1954 the College of Puget Sound hosted an invitational tournament in Memorial Fieldhouse to kick off the basketball season. Here we see Logger Ed Bowman '57, number 29, jump for a ball that went elsewhere in first round action against...
    • Music Building groundbreaking, 1952

    • Groundbreaking ceremonies (College of Puget Sound); Groundbreaking--music building (University of Puget Sound); Music Building groundbreaking (College of Puget Sound)
    • Marc Miller, Ruth Pauline Todd '42 (granddaughter of former President Edward H. Todd), Mrs. Raver, and bursar Gerard Banks break ground for College of Puget Sound's new Music Building, 1 Jun 1952
    • Sigma Chi fraternity Sweetheart Ball, 1951

    • College students--social events--Washington (State)--Tacoma; College dances--Washington (State)--Tacoma; College dances (College of Puget Sound); Fraternities--Sigma Chi (College of Puget Sound); Sweetheart of Sigma Chi (College of Puget Sound)
    • College of Puget Sound Sigma Chi fraternity Sweetheart Ball in the Crystal Ballroom of the Winthrop Hotel, Tacoma WA, 10 Mar 1951. Identified fraternity brothers include Edward Balarezo, Ralph Wehmhoff, and Ralph Mackey. The couple at center facing...
    • Dignitaries break ground for Todd Hall, 1946

    • Rites and ceremonies
    • Dignitaries break ground for Todd Hall on July 15, 1946. From left, Chapin Foster, Tom Murray, Frances Swayze, Dix Rowland, Ernest T. Mock, Edward H. Todd, Ray Cook, Earl Dugan, Henry Shaw, George Karlen, Schreiber Lindsey, Mr. Morrison, William W....
    • School Art Festival, 1951

    • Art exhibits--Washington (State)--Tacoma; art exhibits (College of Puget Sound); art shows--Washington (State)--Tacoma; art shows (College of Puget Sound); Tacoma (Wash.) Schools Art Festivals
    • The second annual Tacoma School Art Festival was held on Saturday, 17 Mar 1951, in College of Puget Sound's Memorial Fieldhouse. Puget Sound art professor Edward Haines welcomes a patron, most likely a school art teacher
    • Class of 1914 graduation group portrait

    • Commencement ceremonies--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Portraits, Group
    • Class of 1914. back row: Walter S. Davis, Nellie F. Reinhart, H.F. Zollar, Mrs. Marsh, Dean Marsh, Georgia Reneau, H.P. Selinger, Edward H. Todd (President), Francis W. Hanawalt, Bernard Lambert, R.L. Schofield, Mamie M. Hassebroek, F. Kloepper,...
    • Senior Class Day, 1917

    • College students--Rites and ceremonies--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Students around the color post outside the main administration/classroom building on senior class day on the Sixth and Sprague campus, 1917. According to former president Edward Todd, the color post ceremony came into existence in 1917
    • Students by the color post on the Sixth and Sprague campus, 1917

    • College students--Rites and ceremonies--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Male students standing by the color post outside the main administration/classroom building the Sixth and Sprague campus, 1917. According to former president Edward Todd, the color post ceremony came into existence in 1917
    • Senior Class Day, 1917

    • College students--Rites and ceremonies--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Students around the color post outside the main administration/classroom building on senior class day on the Sixth and Sprague campus, 1917. According to former president Edward Todd, the color post ceremony came into existence in 1917
    • Students by the color post on the Sixth and Sprague campus, 1917

    • College students--Rites and ceremonies--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Male students standing by the color post outside the main administration/classroom building on the Sixth and Sprague campus, 1917. According to former president Edward Todd, the color post ceremony came into existence in 1917
    • Class of 1918 graduation group portrait

    • Commencement ceremonies--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Portraits, Group
    • College of Puget Sound faculty and seniors at the Sixth and Sprague campus, Tacoma, Washington, 1 May 1918. Front row: Jessie Rummel, Martelle Davis, John Foster, Walter Davis, Arthur Marsh, Edward Todd, Robert Schofield, Ora Reynolds, Thomas...
    • Students by the color post on the Sixth and Sprague campus, 1920

    • College students--Rites and ceremonies--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Students by the color post on the Sixth and Sprague campus, 1920. The building at left is the classroom building containing the library in the basement and the chapel on the second floor. According to former president Edward Todd, the color post...
    • Students by the color post on the Sixth and Sprague campus, 1920

    • College students--Rites and ceremonies--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Students by the color post on the Sixth and Sprague campus, 1920. The building at left is the main administration/classroom building. According to former president Edward Todd, the color post ceremony came into existence in 1917
    • Jones receives flowers, 1923

    • Rites and ceremonies; College benefactors--Washington (State)--Tacoma; University of Puget Sound--Benefactors
    • Franke Tobey Jones receives a gift of flowers on her 78th birthday, 22 May 1923

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