Kalamazoo College Baptist Scholars
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Kalamazoo College "Baptist Scholars." The College was founded as a Baptist organization in 1833 and maintained close ties with the American Baptist church for many years. Students often came from a Baptist background. On the back of this photograph is a description: "Some of our Baptists students, taken in the spring of 1952. The three standing have now graduated, but the others will be returning to the campus next fall. Seated, left to right: Richard Crooks, Saginaw, immediate past president of the Michigan Baptist Youth Fellowship; Peter Lenox, son of Merrill Lenox, executive secretary of the Detroit Council of Churches; Ted Tiffany, son of the Reverend F. R. Tiffany of the Bethany Baptist Church, Pontiac; Miss Shirley Case, Elmira, N. Y.; Robert Luse, Coldwater, Mich.; and standing, Miss Nancy Crissman, Utica, Mich.; Louis Crawford, Kalamazoo; and Joyce Allen Means, now of Rochester, N. Y." The photographer is not identified.
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