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  • All fields: Traditions
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    • Commencement 1952

    • Commencement ceremonies--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Monuments--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Color Post (College of Puget Sound)
    • College of Puget Sound graduating seniors file past the Color Post behind Jones Hall after their commencement ceremony in Memorial Fieldhouse, 1 Jun 1952. The women in white are members of the sophomore women's service honorary SPURS. Immediately...
    • Campus Day, 1951

    • Campus day (College of Puget Sound); traditions (College of Puget Sound); voluntarism--Washington (State)--Tacoma; college students--Recreation--Washington (State)--Tacoma;
    • Unidentified College of Puget Sound students help clean the campus by shoveling up slop on campus day, 10 May 1951
    • Campus Day, 1951

    • Campus day (College of Puget Sound); traditions (College of Puget Sound); voluntarism--Washington (State)--Tacoma; college students--Recreation--Washington (State)--Tacoma;
    • Unidentified College of Puget Sound students prepare to clean the campus with shovels and rakes on campus day, 10 May 1951
    • Faculty reception for new students, 1951

    • College of Puget Sound--Faculty--Receptions; College freshmen--Washington (State)--Tacoma; College freshmen (College of Puget Sound); Freshman Orientation (College of Puget Sound)
    • An unidentified College of Puget Sound student shows off his Hawaiian shirt to fellow students, probably at the faculty reception for new freshmen held in Anderson Hall on Wednesday afternoon, 19 Sep 1951
    • Class of 1928 fiftieth reunion, 1978

    • Homecoming 1978 (University of Puget Sound); alumni (University of Puget Sound); Class of 1928 (College of Puget Sound)
    • During Homecoming 1978 these College of Puget Sound alumni and alumnae from the Class of 1928 gathered in the president's home for a golden anniversary dinner, 13 Oct 1978
    • Class of 1928 fiftieth reunion, 1978

    • Homecoming 1978 (University of Puget Sound); alumni (University of Puget Sound); Class of 1928 (College of Puget Sound)
    • During Homecoming 1978 these College of Puget Sound alumni and alumnae from the Class of 1928 gathered in the president's home for a golden anniversary dinner, 13 Oct 1978
    • President Thompson welcomes freshmen. Sep 1951

    • College students--Registration for Classes--Washington (State)--Tacoma; College freshmen--Washington (State)--Tacoma; College students--Matriculation ceremonies--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • President R. Franklin Thompson welcomes a new freshman during the matriculation ceremony at the color post behind Jones Hall, 13 Sep 1951
    • President Thompson welcomes freshmen. Sep 1951

    • College students--Registration for Classes--Washington (State)--Tacoma; College freshmen--Washington (State)--Tacoma; College students--Matriculation ceremonies--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • President R. Franklin Thompson welcomes a new freshman during the matriculation ceremony at the color post behind Jones Hall, 13 Sep 1951
    • Freshman matriculation, 1951

    • College freshmen--Washington (State)--Tacoma; College students--Matriculation ceremonies--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Freshman Orientation (College of Puget Sound); College freshmen (College of Puget Sound
    • The tradition of the color post began in 1917 and has continued in some form ever since. Students file past the color post during the matriculation ceremony when they enter the university and again four years later when they graduate and enter the...
    • Freshman matriculation, 1951

    • College freshmen--Washington (State)--Tacoma; College students--Matriculation ceremonies--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Freshman Orientation (College of Puget Sound); College freshmen (College of Puget Sound
    • The tradition of the color post began in 1917 and has continued in some form ever since. Students file past the color post during the matriculation ceremony when they enter the university and again four years later when they graduate and enter the...
    • Logger Days, 1964

    • Logger Days (University of Puget Sound); College traditions (University of Puget Sound); College students--Recreation--University of Puget Sound
    • University of Puget Sound log-throw contest during Logger Days on the lawn across Lawrence Street from the student enter (where Trimble Hall is now), 14 Mar 1964. Joe Peyton '67 stands at left. The bus shelter and sequoia tree are in the background
    • Logger Days, 1964

    • Logger Days (University of Puget Sound); College traditions (University of Puget Sound); College students--Recreation--University of Puget Sound
    • University of Puget Sound log-throw contest during Logger Days on the lawn across Lawrence Street from the student enter (where Trimble Hall is now), 14 Mar 1964. Joe Peyton '67 stands at left. The bus shelter and sequoia tree are in the background
    • Logger Days, 1964

    • Logger Days (University of Puget Sound); College traditions (University of Puget Sound); College students--Recreation--University of Puget Sound
    • University of Puget Sound log-saw contest during Logger Days on the lawn across from the student enter (where Trimnle Hall is now), University of Puget Sound, 14 Mar 1964. Freshman Rich Crow '67 wears the blue shirt
    • Logger Days, 1964

    • Logger Days (University of Puget Sound); College traditions (University of Puget Sound); College students--Recreation--University of Puget Sound
    • University of Puget Sound log rolling contest in Hugh Wallace Memorial Pool during Logger Days, 14 Mar 1964
    • Logger Days, 1964

    • Logger Days (University of Puget Sound); College traditions (University of Puget Sound); College students--Recreation--University of Puget Sound
    • University of Puget Sound log rolling contest in Hugh Wallace Memorial Pool during Logger Days, 14 Mar 1964
    • Logger Days, 1964

    • Logger Days (University of Puget Sound); College traditions (University of Puget Sound); College students--Recreation--University of Puget Sound
    • University of Puget Sound log-saw contest during Logger Days on the lawn across from the student enter (where Trimnle Hall is now), University of Puget Sound, 14 Mar 1964
    • May Day Celebration, 1954

    • College students--Washington (State)--Tacoma; college students--recreation--Washington (State)--Tacoma; college traditions--Washington (State)--Tacoma; college traditions (College of Puget Sound); spring festival--College of Puget Sound
    • President R. Franklin Thompson crowns May Queen Madeline Williams at the annual Spring Festival, sponsored by the Associated Women Students, Sutton Quadrangle, 14 May 1954. The young girls at extreme left are flower girls Martha and Mary (mostly...
    • May Day Celebration, 1954

    • College students--Washington (State)--Tacoma; college students--recreation--Washington (State)--Tacoma; college traditions--Washington (State)--Tacoma; college traditions (College of Puget Sound); spring festival--College of Puget Sound
    • May Queen Madeline Williams holds court at the annual Spring Festival, sponsored by the Associated Women Students, Sutton Quadrangle, 14 May 1954. The young girls sitting in folding chairs to the left of Queen Madeline are flower girls Mary and...
    • May Day Celebration, 1954

    • College students--Washington (State)--Tacoma; college students--recreation--Washington (State)--Tacoma; college traditions--Washington (State)--Tacoma; college traditions (College of Puget Sound); spring festival--College of Puget Sound
    • Spring Festival activities on Sutton Quadrangle, 14 May 1954. Spring Festival was a major event in campus life and occurred just before closed period at the end of spring term. For more information about Spring Festival, see pages 1-2 of the 11 May...
    • May Day Celebration, 1954

    • College students--Washington (State)--Tacoma; college students--recreation--Washington (State)--Tacoma; college traditions--Washington (State)--Tacoma; college traditions (College of Puget Sound); spring festival--College of Puget Sound
    • Spring Festival princesses, including six from local area high schools, descend from Jones Hall for the festivities on Sutton Quadrangle, 14 May 1954. Spring Festival was a major event in campus life and occurred just before closed period at the...

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