Kalamazoo College Maintenance Annex, 1951
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Kalamazoo College's Maintenance Annex building, 1951. This building was located on the southeast corner of campus, near the railroad tracks and Arcadia Creek. The College's student newspaper, the "Index," briefly had its offices in this building in the 1940s. This is Schiavone Studios negative no. 6348.
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