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    • Former president Edward Todd on his way to work, 1949

    • College presidents--retired--Washington (State)--Tacoma; college presidents emeritus (College of Puget Sound)
    • College of Puget Sound president emeritus Edward H. Todd walked to campus from his home every day to work on his memoirs and on a history of the college in his Jones Hall office. Here he pauses en route to chat with an unidentified friend, 1949....
    • Leonard Jacobsen, 1952

    • Music professors (College of Puget Sound); Music teachers (College of Puget Sound); Pianists (College of Puget Sound)
    • Pianist Leonard Jacobsen was professor of music at the University of Puget Sound between 1931 and 1965, when he passed away in July at age 57. We see him here in 1952. The recital hall in the music building was named Leonard Jacobsen Memorial...
    • Leonard Jacobsen and family, 1954

    • Musicians--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Music Faculty (College of Puget Sound); Faculty families (College of Puget Sound)
    • Leonard and Benora Jacobsen and sons in their Tacoma WA home at 3010 North 25th Street, 1954. Pianist Leonard Jacobsen was professor of music at the University of Puget Sound between 1931 and 1965, when he passed away in July at age 57. Jacobsen...
    • Leonard Jacobsen and family, 1954

    • Musicians--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Music Faculty (College of Puget Sound); Faculty families (College of Puget Sound)
    • Leonard and Benora Jacobsen and sons in their Tacoma WA home at 3010 North 25th Street, 1954. Pianist Leonard Jacobsen was professor of music at the University of Puget Sound between 1931 and 1965, when he passed away in July at age 57. Jacobsen...
    • Charles Zittel, 1954

    • College of Puget Sound--Alumni; College alumni--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Alumni (College of Puget Sound)
    • Charles Zittel '36 in 1954. Zittel was 1935-1936 ASCPS president and was active in the Puget Sound alumni association for many years. He served as Tacoma's police chief. Zittel passed away in 2006 at age 92
    • Charles Zittel, 1954

    • College of Puget Sound--Alumni; College alumni--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Alumni (College of Puget Sound)
    • Charles Zittel '36 in 1954. Zittel was 1935-1936 ASCPS president and was active in the Puget Sound alumni association for many years. He served as Tacoma's police chief. Zittel passed away in 2006 at age 92
    • Lewis Jeklin, 1955

    • Geologists (College of Puget Sound); Radioactive geological specimens--Colorado; History musesums--Washington (State)
    • Chemist and assayer Lewis E. Jeklin, age 58, measures the radioactivity of geological samples with a geiger counter at his downtown Tacoma WA establishment. The specimens were gathered in Colorado by geology graduates of the College of Puget Sound....
    • Paul Heppe, 1966

    • Faculty portraits (University of Puget Sound); political science professors (University of Puget Sound); politics and government professors (University of Puget Sound)
    • University of Puget Sound political science (later politics and government) professor Paul H. Heppe teaches in a Jones Hall classroom, 1966. Professor Heppe taught at Puget Sound between 1960 and 1983, when he retired at age 65. During his last...
    • Paul Heppe, 1966

    • Faculty portraits (University of Puget Sound); political science professors (University of Puget Sound); politics and government professors (University of Puget Sound)
    • University of Puget Sound political science (later politics and government) professor Paul H. Heppe teaches in a Jones Hall classroom, 1966. Professor Heppe taught at Puget Sound between 1960 and 1983, when he retired at age 65. During his last...
    • President Phibbs with bow ties

    • College presidents--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Philip M. Phibbs, age 41, seen here outside Jones Hall in 1973, the year he became the University of Puget Sound's eleventh president (1992-1973). He holds a collection of bow ties, for which he was known
    • Professor James R. Slater, 1954

    • Faculty portraits (University of Puget Sound); biology professors (University of Puget Sound); biology professors--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • In 1919 World War I veteran James R. Slater joined the biology faculty of the College of Puget Sound. In 1951 he retired and moved to Florida. Slater missed his old stomping grounds so much he returned to Tacoma and continued his research on the...
    • Professor James R. Slater, 1954

    • Faculty portraits (University of Puget Sound); biology professors (University of Puget Sound); biology professors--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • In 1919 World War I veteran James R. Slater joined the biology faculty of the College of Puget Sound. In 1951 he retired and moved to Florida. Slater missed his old stomping grounds so much he returned to Tacoma and continued his research on the...
    • Air Force ROTC 1982

    • College students--air science--Washington (State)--Tacoma; air science students (University of Puget Sound); Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (University of Puget Sound); Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • University of Puget Sound Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFROTC) change of command and awards ceremony, Baker Stadium, 5 Oct 1982. Standing at right is professor emeritus of biology and World War I veteran James R. Slater. He joined the...
    • Air Force ROTC 1982

    • College students--air science--Washington (State)--Tacoma; air science students (University of Puget Sound); Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (University of Puget Sound); Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • University of Puget Sound Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFROTC) change of command and awards ceremony, Baker Stadium, 5 Oct 1982. Standing at right is professor emeritus of biology and World War I veteran James R. Slater. He joined the...
    • R. Franklin Thompson and Maureen Bibler, 1978

    • Chancellor (University of Puget Sound); College presidents (University of Puget Sound); College president's assistant (University of Puget Sound)
    • Robert Franklin Thompson, or R. Franklin Thompson, known by students as "Doc T," served as College/University of Puget Sound's tenth president, 1942-1973. Doc T retired from the presidency at age 65 and for the next six years, 1973-1979, served as...
    • R. Franklin Thompson and Maureen Bibler, 1978

    • Chancellor (University of Puget Sound); College presidents (University of Puget Sound); College president's assistant (University of Puget Sound)
    • Robert Franklin Thompson, or R. Franklin Thompson, known by students as "Doc T," served as College/University of Puget Sound's tenth president, 1942-1973. Doc T retired from the presidency at age 65 and for the next six years, 1973-1979, served as...
    • R. Franklin Thompson, 1978

    • Chancellor (University of Puget Sound); College presidents (University of Puget Sound)
    • Robert Franklin Thompson, or R. Franklin Thompson, known by students as "Doc T," served as College/University of Puget Sound's tenth president, 1942-1973. Doc T retired from the presidency at age 65 and for the next six years, 1973-1979, served as...
    • R. Franklin Thompson, 1978

    • Chancellor (University of Puget Sound); College presidents (University of Puget Sound)
    • Robert Franklin Thompson, or R. Franklin Thompson, known by students as "Doc T," served as College/University of Puget Sound's tenth president, 1942-1973. Doc T retired from the presidency at age 65 and for the next six years, 1973-1979, served as...

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