Kalamazoo College International Students, 1953
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Kalamazoo College's international students for the school year 1952-1953. This photograph was printed in the October 1952 issue of the College's "Alumnus" magazine. The caption in the magazine reads: "Pictured on the campus are the foreign students enrolled at Kalamazoo College this year. Standing, from left to right, are Werner Schmidt, Germany; Josefina Castro, Guam; Anis Saba, Israel; Epaminondas, Peyos, Greece; Richard Quarshie, Africa; and seated, Rudolph Planert, Germany; Mieka Fischer, Holland; Albert Bruce-Mica, Africa; Margaret Wong, Burma; Theopilus Adjei, Africa; Jean-Claude Armand, Haiti; and Menna Untalan, Guam. Absent from the picture are Ruta Lapsa, Rasma Upmanis, and Karlis Kushkevics, all from Latvia; and Yutani Teruko, Japan. Mrs. Lindley Mills, assistant professor of French, is the foreign student advisor. Serving as her advisory committee are Dean Cassady; Dean Becker; Dr. Wen Chao Chen, instructor in political science; the two dormitory directors, Mrs. Mabel Mordhorst and Mr. John Copps; and two students, "Pam" Peyos of Greece and Philip Johnson. This group formulates the policies relating to the foreign students on the Kalamazoo College campus. The photograph was taken by Schiavone Studio but does not include a negative number.
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