Kalamazoo College 1886 Class Portrait
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Kalamazoo College class portrait. Several of the people pictured here graduated with the Class of 1886 and other late 1880s classes, or did not graduate. They are identified in a list on the back of the photograph: Harry Halbert Pettee, George Wheaton Taft, Charles Horace Brownell, Louis Edwin Martin--Class of 1888, W. S. Corbin, Ernest Alanson Balch--Class of 1888, W. H Pease, Romaine Cordillo Fenner--Class of 1887, W. M. Habey, Fred. Ross, W. D. Elder, C. D. McGibboney, Mabel Floretta Young Hemenway--Class of 1888, Belle Helen Richards--Class of 1887, Flora Barnes, Cora Davis, Mildred Hopkins, Mary Lovell, L. D. Dunning, Nellie Clough, Margaret "Maggie" Chesney--Class of 1889, Elizabeth Rosa "Lizzie" Fletcher--Class of 1889, Abbie Barney. The photograph is stamped "G. W. Taft, Kalamazoo, Mich." After graduation, George Taft went on to become ordained in the Baptist church, and served as a missionary in Japan before settling in Pennsylvania. The photographer is not known.
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