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    • Gail Pauline Day '37, for whom the Gail Day Chapel is named

    • Women college students--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Gail Pauline Day '37, for whom Gail Day Chapel is named. Gail Day was killed by a drunk driver in 1939 while a graduate student at Northwestern. In 1950, with the support of her parents, Edward Vernon Day and Grace Nolan Day, the chapel in Jones...
    • Gail Pauline Day '37, for whom the Gail Day Chapel is named

    • Women college students--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Gail Pauline Day '37 in her 1937 commencement academic regalia. Gail Day was killed by a drunk driver in 1939 while a graduate student at Northwestern. In 1950, with the support of her parents, Edward Vernon Day and Grace Nolan Day, the chapel in...
    • Diploma of Gail Pauline Day '37

    • Degrees, Academic; Women college students--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Day, Gail Pauline
    • The 7 June 1937 diploma of Gail Pauline Day, for whom Gail Day Chapel is named. Gail Day '37 was killed by a drunk driver in 1939 while a graduate student at Northwestern. In 1950, with the support of her parents, Edward Vernon Day and Grace Nolan...
    • Professor Kenn Glenn in sculpture class, 1948

    • College students--Washington (State)--Tacoma; sculpture, American; aArt faculty--College of Puget Sound
    • Art professor Kenn Glenn works with students in his sculpture class, 1948. Professor Glenn, right, puts finishing touches on a sculpture in wood that he displayed in the Tacoma Art League show that opened 18 Nov 1948 on the third and fourth floors...
    • Group meeting in Jones Hall, 1949

    • College teachers--education--Washington (State)--Tacoma; College staff--public relations--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Alumni (College of Puget Sound)
    • Group assembled for an unidentified purpose in a Jones Hall classroom, 1949. Standing far left is professor of education Edward Delmar "Del" Gibbs. The man seated at right is Eugene Grant Falk '49. Directly above him is Richard C. Falk '49. Both of...
    • Group meeting in Jones Hall, 1949

    • College teachers--education--Washington (State)--Tacoma; College staff--public relations--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Alumni (College of Puget Sound)
    • Group assembled for an unidentified purpose in a Jones Hall classroom, 1949. Standing far left is professor of education Edward Delmar "Del" Gibbs. The man seated at right is Eugene Grant Falk '49. Directly above him is Richard C. Falk '49. Both of...
    • Art show in Jones Hall galleries 1950

    • Art exhibits--Washington (State)--Tacoma; art exhibits (College of Puget Sound); art shows--Washington (State)--Tacoma; art shows (College of Puget Sound); art galleries--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Art galleries (College of Puget Sound)
    • Unidentified College of Puget Sound art exhibit in the Jones Hall third floor art galleries, 1950. The man standing at the reception table at right is art student Jack Cowan
    • Art show in Jones Hall galleries 1950

    • Art exhibits--Washington (State)--Tacoma; art exhibits (College of Puget Sound); art shows--Washington (State)--Tacoma; art shows (College of Puget Sound); art galleries--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Art galleries (College of Puget Sound)
    • Unidentified College of Puget Sound art exhibit in the Jones Hall third floor art galleries, 1950. The man standing at the reception table at right is art student Jack Cowan
    • Dedication of the Gail Day Chapel, 1950

    • Day, Gail Pauline
    • The 7 June 1950 dedication brochure for Gail Day Chapel. Gail Pauline Day '37 was killed by a drunk driver in 1939 while a graduate student at Northwestern. With the support of her parents, Edward Vernon Day and Grace Nolan Day, the chapel in Jones...
    • Professor Norman Anderson and students, 1951

    • Men college students--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Men college students (College of Puget Sound)
    • Geology professor Norman Anderson (wearing the bow tie) with College of Puget Sound men students on the Jones Hall stairway between the first and second floors, 1951. Identified students include Larry Hoover '52, Lon Hoover '52, Bruce Brooke, and...
    • Professor Norman Anderson and students, 1951

    • Men college students--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Men college students (College of Puget Sound)
    • Geology professor Norman Anderson (wearing the bow tie) with College of Puget Sound men students on the Jones Hall stairway between the first and second floors, 1951. Identified students include Larry Hoover '52, Lon Hoover '52, Bruce Brooke, and...
    • Professor Norman Anderson and students, 1951

    • Men college students--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Men college students (College of Puget Sound)
    • Geology professor Norman Anderson (wearing the bow tie) with College of Puget Sound men students on the Jones Hall stairway between the first and second floors, 1951. Identified students include Larry Hoover '52, Lon Hoover '52, Bruce Brooke, and...
    • Professor Norman Anderson and students, 1951

    • Men college students--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Men college students (College of Puget Sound)
    • Geology professor Norman Anderson (wearing the bow tie) with College of Puget Sound men students on the Jones Hall stairway between the first and second floors, 1951. Identified students include Larry Hoover '52, Lon Hoover '52, Bruce Brooke, and...
    • Art show in Jones Hall galleries, 1951

    • Art exhibits--Washington (State)--Tacoma; art exhibits (College of Puget Sound); art shows--Washington (State)--Tacoma; art shows (College of Puget Sound); art galleries--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Art galleries (College of Puget Sound)
    • Art exhibition in the art gallery on the third floor of Jones Hall, 1951
    • Native American artwork display, 1953

    • Art galleries--Washington (State)--Tacoma; art exhibits (College of Puget Sound); art exhibits--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Native American artwork (College of Puget Sound); History professors (College of Puget Sound)
    • College of Puget Sound history professor C. Brewster Coulter, right, and an unidentified man discuss what appears to be native American artwork in the art department's display case that stood on the landing between the second and third floors of...
    • Ted Droettboom, Memorial Fieldhouse manager, 1955

    • Memorial Fieldhouse (College of Puget Sound); Sports personnel--Washington (State)--Tacoma; College of Puget Sound--Staff
    • College of Puget Sound Memorial Fieldhouse manager Ted Droettboom, 1955. Note the papered-over south wall windows. These windows let in a tremendous amount of sunlight. Perhaps too much. They no longer exist
    • Jones Hall display cases, 1955

    • College students (College of Puget Sound); Art galleries--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Art major Karin Anderson '55 and an unidentified student prepare a display case on the landing between the second and third floors of Jones Hall, 1955. There were display cases on either side of the window. The ones in this image are to the right...
    • Forensics team members, 1955

    • College students--Debate and forensics activities--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Debate and forensic activities (College of Puget Sound)
    • Some of the members of the 1954-1955 debate and public speaking squad sit on the steps between the second and third floors of Jones Hall with trophies they won, 1955. In front, from left: Arlene Alexander, Shelia Ryan, Marlene Nelson, and Frank...
    • University seal, 1982

    • College seals--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • In celebration of the anonymous $3 million gift that funded the John Lantz Senior and Martin Nelson Junior faculty sabbatical fellowships, among other things, this floral arrangement was hung in the landing between the first and second floors of...
    • Sigma Nu fraternity spring dance, 1950

    • Dances (College of Puget Sound); College dances (College of Puget Sound); Sigma Nu fraternity (College of Puget Sound)
    • An unidentified candidate for White Rose Queen of Sigma Nu is escorted onto the dance floor by an unidentified man at the Sigma Nu fraternity spring dinner dance at The Towers, Tacoma WA, 5 May 1950

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