Kalamazoo College Vietnam War Protest
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Kalamazoo College's Dean of the Chapel Robert Dewey leading students into downtown Kalamazoo for a Vietnam war protest in 1970. The stduents are not identified. In the background, the old YMCA building is being demolished. The photographer was Rick Campbell for the Kalamazoo Gazette.
- Kalamazoo College 175th Anniversary Photograph Collection 
- Photographs 
- Protests 
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