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  • All fields: students--Rites
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    • Campus Day, 1949

    • Campus day (College of Puget Sound); Voluntarism--Washington (State)--Tacoma; College students--Recreation--Washington (State)--Tacoma; College students--Rites and ceremonies--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Student leaders (College of Puget Sound)
    • Eugene Brown and Barbara Albertson '51, kneeling in front left and right, served as co-chairs for Campus Day 1949. All students were assigned to work teams to accomplish some 20 tasks, from laying sprinkler pipes in Anderson Hall lawn to fixing the...
    • Campus Day, 1949

    • Campus day (College of Puget Sound); Voluntarism--Washington (State)--Tacoma; College students--Recreation--Washington (State)--Tacoma; College students--Rites and ceremonies--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Student leaders (College of Puget Sound)
    • Eugene Brown and Barbara Albertson '51, kneeling in front left and right, served as co-chairs for Campus Day 1949. All students were assigned to work teams to accomplish some 20 tasks, from laying sprinkler pipes in Anderson Hall lawn to fixing the...
    • Campus Day, 1949

    • Campus day (College of Puget Sound); Voluntarism--Washington (State)--Tacoma; College students--Recreation--Washington (State)--Tacoma; College students--Rites and ceremonies--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Student leaders (College of Puget Sound)
    • Eugene Brown and Barbara Albertson '51, kneeling in front left and right, served as co-chairs for Campus Day 1949. All students were assigned to work teams to accomplish some 20 tasks, from laying sprinkler pipes in Anderson Hall lawn to fixing the...
    • Campus Day, 1949

    • Campus day (College of Puget Sound); Voluntarism--Washington (State)--Tacoma; College students--Recreation--Washington (State)--Tacoma; College students--Rites and ceremonies--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Student leaders (College of Puget Sound)
    • Eugene Brown and Barbara Albertson '51, kneeling in front left and right, served as co-chairs for Campus Day 1949. All students were assigned to work teams to accomplish some 20 tasks, from laying sprinkler pipes in Anderson Hall lawn to fixing the...
    • Collins Memorial Library Groundbreaking, 1953

    • Rites and ceremonies; groundbreaking ceremonies; building sites--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • At the 14 Apr 1953 groundbreaking ceremony for Collins Memorial Library, President R. Franklin Thompson stands beside Truman Collins, who is speaking to students on behalf of the Collins family, particularly his father, Everill Collins, for whom...
    • Kilworth Chapel groundbreaking, 1966

    • Groundbreaking ceremonies (University of Puget Sound); rites and ceremonies; building sites--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • University of Puget Sound students turn sod at the groundbreaking for Kilworth Chapel, 15 May 1966. The four left-most students are John Ortmeyer '68, Karen Spence '68, Tom Albright '68, and Al Aosved '66. The other student is so far unidentified....
    • Kilworth Chapel groundbreaking, 1966

    • Groundbreaking ceremonies (University of Puget Sound); rites and ceremonies; building sites--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • University of Puget Sound student John Ortmeyer '68 speaks as president R. Franklin Thompson and students listen at the groundbreaking for Kilworth Chapel, 15 May 1966. The woman wielding the shovel at right is Karen Spence '68 and next to her...
    • Kilworth Chapel groundbreaking, 1966

    • Groundbreaking ceremonies (University of Puget Sound); rites and ceremonies; building sites--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • University of Puget Sound students turn sod at the groundbreaking for Kilworth Chapel, 15 May 1966. The right-most student is Alice Ann Glenn '68. The other students are so far unidentified. President R. Franklin Thompson stands on the podium
    • 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
    • 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
    • Todd, Kilworth, and Thompson break ground for Todd Hall, 1946

    • Rites and ceremonies; College presidents--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Building sites--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • President Emeritus Edward Todd, Trustee William W. Kilworth, and President R. Franklin Thompson break ground for Todd Hall on July 15, 1946. ASCPS President Phillip Garland is in the Jeep.
    • Todd, Kilworth, and Thompson break ground for Todd Hall, 1946

    • Rites and ceremonies; College presidents--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Building sites--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • President Emeritus Edward Todd, Trustee William W. Kilworth, and President R. Franklin Thompson break ground for Todd Hall on July 15, 1946. ASCPS President Phillip Garland is in the Jeep.

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