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  • 1856 Sherwood Prize Speaking 

    Unknown author (Kalamazoo College, 1856-06-16)
    Order of exercises for the prize speaking contest held at Kalamazoo College's Commencement in 1856.
  • 1889 Washington Banquet Program 

    Kalamazoo College (Kalamazoo College, 1889-02-22)
    The first annual banquet of the literary societies of Kalamazoo College was the Washington Banquet held on February 22, 1889. The program honored President George Washington - "First in War, First in Peace and First in ...
  • 1896 Washington Banquet Program 

    Unknown author (Kalamazoo College, 1896-02-21)
    The Eurodelphian, Philolexian, and Sherwood Societies of Kalamazoo College hosted the Washington Banquet on February 21, 1896. The toastmaster was H.C. Jackson and other speakers included Pauline LaTourette, Caroline ...
  • 1898 Washington Banquet Program 

    Unknown author (Kalamazoo College, 1898-02-22)
    The literary societies of Kalamazoo College hosted the Washington Banquet at The American on February 22, 1898. The toast master was W.E. Post and speeches on the following topics were made: The College Woman, The College ...
  • 1920-21 Gaynor Club brochure 

    Unknown author (Kalamazoo College, 1920)
  • 1931 May Fete 

    Women's League (Kalamazoo College, 1931-05)
    In May, 1931, the Women's League presented May Fete. The celebration included a parade of the May Fete queen's subjects, tournament awards, and the May Pole dance. Margaret Gordon, Class of 1931, was crowned the queen.
  • 1946 May Fete 

    Women's League (Kalamazoo College, 1946-05-25)
    The Women's League presents May Fete on May 25, 1946. Festivities included the coronation ceremony of the May Fete queen followed by a garden party held for the queen and her guests.
  • 1947 May Fete Program 

    Women's League (Kalamazoo College, 1947-05-24)
    The Women's League presents May Fete, on May 24, 1947. The crowning of the May Fete queen, Barbara Ensing, is followed by the annual May Pole dance. Later in the day, spectators are wowed by the Naval Reserve Air Show and ...
  • 1948 May Fete Program 

    Women's League (Kalamazoo College, 1948-05-22)
    The Women's League present 1948's Fairy Tale themed May Fete. Following open houses of Trowbridge and Hoben Halls is the "Storybook Fantasy," a collection of skits based on popular fairy tales, performed on the campus quad. ...
  • 1949 May Fete 

    Women's League (Kalamazoo College, 1949-05-21)
    The Women's League presents May Fete on May 21, 1949. The pageant's theme was the history of Kalamazoo College, acted out through multiple skits, including "The Way It All Started," "The Birth of a Tradition," and "The ...
  • 1952 May Fete Program 

    The Women's League (Kalamazoo College, 1952-05-24)
    The Women's League presents May Fete on May 24, 1952. Activities include an open house of all dormitories and a reception at the Mary Trowbridge house, followed by the pageant full of dancing. French, Estonian, Bavarian, ...
  • 1958 May Fete Program 

    Women's League (Kalamazoo College, 1958-05-09)
    The Women's League presents Snow White for the May Fete celebration on May 9, 1958.The pageant included a dance and daisy chain as well as a vocal and orchestra performance.
  • 1964 Christmas Carol Service 

    Unknown author (Kalamazoo College, 1964)
    A program for the 1964 Christmas Carol Service held at Kalamazoo College's Stetson Chapel.
  • 1971 Black Arts Festival 

    Unknown author (1971-04)
    Program of events for the first Black Arts Festival sponsored by the Black Student Organization (BSO) of Kalamazoo College.
  • 1982 Black Arts Festival 

    Unknown author (1982-05)
    A flier advertising the 1982 Black Arts Festival at Kalamazoo College. Sponsored by the Black Student Organization (BSO), the festival included a discussion with folklorist Mary Ruth Warner and poetry readings as well as ...
  • 1983 Chapel Program: A Black History Month Celebration 

    Unknown author (1983-02-18)
    A program for the Friday Chapel on February 18, 1983 at Kalamazoo College. Sponsored by the Black Student Organization (BSO), the main speaker was Dr. Charles Taylor speaking on "Black America: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow."
  • Administrative Committee Meeting Minutes 

    Unknown author (1969-05-14)
    Minutes from the May 13, 1969 Administrative Committee meeting which discussed the demands made by the Black Student Organization (BSO) on May 12, 1969.
  • Answers to Questions Presented by the Black Student Organization 

    Hicks, Weimer K., 1909-1985 (1969-06-05)
    A memo from Kalamazoo College President Weimer K. Hicks responding to the Black Student Organization's demands regarding funds for the group, the Westab Program, recruitment of Black students, and the hiring of Black faculty ...
  • As You Meet Us 

    Unknown author (c. 1953-55)
    A booklet put out by the Women's League and sent to incoming first-year students as an orientation guide. The text gives a description of the various buildings, events, and people on campus.
  • Black Awareness Week Press Release 

    Unknown author (1974-05-17)
    A press release for Black Awareness Week sponsored by the Black Student Organization (BSO) of Kalamazoo College and held from May 20-25, 1974. The events included a performance by a Drama Troupe and Gospel Choir, student ...