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    • Howard R. Kilworth Memorial Carillon dedication, 1954

    • Howard R. Kilworth Memorial Carillon (University of Puget Sound); Carillonic bells (University of Puget Sound); Carillons--electronic--Washington (State)
    • Robert E. Sconce, left, College of Puget Sound public relations director, and George J. Schulmerich, of Schulmerich Carillons, Inc. of Sellersville PA, examine the control equipment for the just-installed 61-bell Arlington Carillon, on the top...
    • Howard R. Kilworth Memorial Carillon dedication, 1954

    • Howard R. Kilworth Memorial Carillon (University of Puget Sound); Carillonic bells (University of Puget Sound); Carillons--electronic--Washington (State)
    • Robert E. Sconce, left, College of Puget Sound public relations director, and George J. Schulmerich, of Schulmerich Carillons, Inc. of Sellersville PA, examine the control equipment for the just-installed 61-bell Arlington Carillon, on the top...
    • 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
    • Kilworth Chapel groundbreaking, 1966

    • Groundbreaking ceremonies (University of Puget Sound); rites and ceremonies; building sites--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • University of Puget Sound President R. Franklin Thompson speaks at the groundbreaking for Kilworth Chapel, 15 May 1966, at the chapel site at North 18th and Warner. Seven maroon-and-white-beribboned shovels stand ready to turn sod. We see in the...
    • Kilworth Chapel groundbreaking, 1966

    • Groundbreaking ceremonies (University of Puget Sound); rites and ceremonies; building sites--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • University of Puget Sound President R. Franklin Thompson, left, listens to ASUPS president Bill Brown '67 speak at the groundbreaking for Kilworth Chapel, 15 May 1966, at the chapel site at North 18th and Warner. Seven maroon-and-white-beribboned...
    • Kilworth Chapel groundbreaking, 1966

    • Groundbreaking ceremonies (University of Puget Sound); rites and ceremonies; building sites--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • University of Puget Sound President R. Franklin Thompson, left, listens to trustee chair Roe Schaub speak at the groundbreaking for Kilworth Chapel, 15 May 1966, at the chapel site at North 18th and Warner. Seven maroon-and-white-beribboned shovels...
    • Kilworth Chapel groundbreaking, 1966

    • Groundbreaking ceremonies (University of Puget Sound); rites and ceremonies; building sites--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • University of Puget Sound President R. Franklin Thompson stands on the podium at the groundbreaking for Kilworth Chapel, 15 May 1966, at the chapel site at North 18th and Warner. Methodist Bishop Everett W. Palmer wields the shovel second from...
    • Kilworth Chapel groundbreaking, 1966

    • Groundbreaking ceremonies (University of Puget Sound); rites and ceremonies; building sites--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • University of Puget Sound President R. Franklin Thompson stands on the podium at the groundbreaking for Kilworth Chapel, 15 May 1966, at the chapel site at North 18th and Warner. Methodist Bishop Everett W. Palmer wields the shovel second from...
    • Puget Sound University's first building, 1890

    • College buildings--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Building constructed for the new Puget Sound University and occupied by PSU for the 1890-1891 academic year, PSU's first year of operation. Beginning 1891-1892 the building was leased for two years to Tacoma Schools to become Logan Elementary; then...
    • Campus cornerstone at the new college site, 1921

    • Monuments--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Possibly the earliest photograph of the campus cornerstone at the new college site, 1921. The stone was dedicated at 3:00 p.m. on Commencement day, 8 June 1921. Its location was "in the center of Warner Street, extending about 100 feet inside the...
    • Todd plows to break ground for Jones Hall, 1923

    • Rites and ceremonies; School sites--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Building sites--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • President Edward H. Todd holds the plow to break ground for C. H. Jones Hall on 22 May 1923. Contractor Mr. J. E. Bonnell observes at left.

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