Washington Banquet Preparation
Riegler, Wilbur Leon
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Two Kalamazoo College students cutting out decorations for the annual Washington Banquet in February, 1956. The hatchet was a common motif for the banquet, one of the largest annual social events on campus for many years. The students are not identified. This photograph was taken by Wilbur Leon Riegler for the Kalamazoo Gazette.
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