Kalamazoo College Study Abroad Publicity
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A group of Kalamazoo College students being interviewed about study abroad experiences by Walter Cronkhite for the CBS program "Calendar," April, 1963. From left to right is Gene Tidrick (London); Susan Cooper (Caen); Mary Fickett, Charles Hackney (Bonn), Larry Barrett (Sierra Leone), Gretchen Cassell (Sierra Leone), Walter Cronkhite, Judy Lyttle (Quito) and Barent Landstreet (Quito). The photographer is not identified.
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