Kalamazoo College Centennial Performance
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For Kalamazoo College's Centennial in October of 1933, one of the events was an historical reenactment on the campus quadrangle. Several actors (students and faculty) acted out five scenes in College history: the Primitive Era, the Stone Age, the Dark Ages, the Renaissance, and the Hoben era. This photograph was taken during the Stone Age scene, when actors portraying James and Lucinda Stone disembarked their horse-drawn carriage in front of Williams Hall to greet actors portraying College trustees. An article in the student newspaper "The Index" for October 14, 1933, explains the production in detail. The photographer is and actors are not identified.
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