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    • Kalamazoo Ladies' Hall Association 

      Unknown author (1882-09)
      Booklet containing the preamble, articles of association, and by-laws of the Kalamazoo Ladies' Association, whose purpose was to secure funds to build a dormitory for women on campus.
    • Corner Stone of the Young Ladies' Home 

      Unknown author (1884-06-13)
      Small card giving the time and place for the corner stone ceremony for the Young Ladies' Home, also known as Ladies Hall or Wheaton Lodge.
    • Woman's Education Society 

      Unknown author (1888)
      Report created by the Woman's Education Society, detailing the activities of their annual 1888 meeting, possible objections to their organization, and both their state and local constitutions.
    • Kalamazoo College Student Group 

      Unknown (Kalamazoo College, 1900 circa)
      A group of Kalamazoo College students and faculty on the steps and porch of Wheaton Lodge, sometime near the turn of the 20th century. The people are not identified, nor is the photographer. This photograph is printed in ...
    • Kalamazoo College Ladies' Hall Reception Room 

      Unknown (Kalamazoo College, 1900 circa)
      The reception room at Ladies' Hall. Ladies' Hall, the first residence built for women at Kalamazoo College, was first occupied in September 1887. Credit for raising the funds for construction goes to Baptist women's groups ...
    • Kalamazoo College Class of 1909 

      Unknown (Kalamazoo College, 1909)
      Kalamazoo College's graduating class of 1909. The students, in caps and gowns, are standing in a line down the hill from Wheaton Lodge, the women's dormitory. Several faculty members are in line with the students, including ...
    • Mrs. Archibald Wheaton 

      Unknown author (1910)
      Mrs. Archibald Wheaton, matron of Ladies' Hall, which was later re-named to Wheaton Lodge in her honor.
    • Kalamazoo College Students at Ladies' Hall 

      Unknown (Kalamazoo College, 1913)
      A group of female students on the front steps of Kalamazoo College's Ladies' Hall (later Wheaton Lodge) in 1913. The students are not identified, but the woman in the upper left is probably Mrs. Archibald Wheaton, who was ...
    • Kalamazoo College Wheaton Lodge 

      Unknown (1930)
      A view of Kalamazoo College's women's dormitory. It was originally known as Ladies' Hall and renamed Wheaton Lodge in 1922 to honor its longtime matron, Mrs. Archibald Wheaton. The photograph was taken sometime after the ...
    • Kalamazoo College Wheaton Lodge 

      Unknown (Kalamazoo College, 2009-08-28)
      An exterior view of Kalamazoo College's Wheaton Lodge (Ladies' Hall). Ladies' Hall, the first residence built for women at Kalamazoo College, was first occupied in September 1887. Credit for raising the funds for construction ...
    • Kalamazoo College Wheaton Lodge 

      Unknown (Kalamazoo College, 2009-08-28)
      An exterior view of Kalamazoo College's Wheaton Lodge (Ladies' Hall). This is a later photograph of the building, showing an added fire escape at left. Ladies' Hall, the first residence built for women at Kalamazoo College, ...