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    • Interior View of the President's House, Kalamazoo College 

      Schiavone Studio (1957)
      A photograph showing the interior of the President's House at Kalamazoo College, taken in 1957 during the presidency of Weimer K. Hicks. The building was later used as the L. Lee Stryker Center. This is Schiavone Studio ...
    • Jim Honell and Jim Harkema 

      Schiavone Studio (Kalamazoo College, 1962)
      Jim Honell (#10) and Jim Harkema (#24) of the 1961-62 Basketball Team. This is Schiavone Studio negative no. 32438.
    • John Mason and Jon Lindenberg 

      Schiavone Studio (Kalamazoo College, 1962)
      John Mason (#21) and Jon Lindenberg (#32) of the 1961-62 Basketball Team. This is Schiavone Studio negative no. 32438
    • Kalamazoo College Angell Field Entrance Gate 

      Schiavone Studio (Kalamazoo College, 1950)
      The entrance gates at Kalamazoo College's Angell Field. Ticket booths on either side of the gate list prices as 60 cents for high school students and $1.20 for adults. Although Angell Field was completed in 1946, the ...
    • Kalamazoo College Faculty, 1950 

      Schiavone Studio (Kalamazoo College, 1950-10)
      Kalamazoo College faculty in October 1950, photographed on the steps of Stetson Chapel. This is Schiavone Studios negative no. 5451.
    • Kalamazoo College Harmon Hall 

      Schiavone Studio (Kalamazoo College, 1948-02-14)
      Kalamazoo College's Harmon Hall dormitory. Designed by Aymar Embury, Harmon Hall opened in September 1947. It housed 125 upperclassmen, although because of a slight downturn in enrollment, it was not fully occupied for the ...
    • Kalamazoo College Hutments 

      Schiavone Studio (Kalamazoo College, 2009-08-28)
      Kalamazoo College's "hutments" in the early 1950s. This photograph shows a row of former Army barracks that were moved to the campus area in 1946 to accommodate veterans attending school and their families. Those in this ...
    • Kalamazoo College International Students, 1953 

      Schiavone Studio (Kalamazoo College, 1953)
      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 ...
    • Kalamazoo College Maintenance Annex, 1951 

      Schiavone Studio (Kalamazoo College, 1951)
      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 ...
    • Kalamazoo College Wrestling Team, 1963 

      Schiavone Studio (Kalamazoo College, 1963)
      Kalamazoo College's 1963 wrestling team. The text on the front reads: "Undefeated in dual meets (won 5, lost 0, tied 2) - Kalamazoo Quadrangular Tourney Champions. Back row l-r: Tom Wilsted, Jim Jahnke, Don Waller, Herb ...
    • Loren Campbell and Bob Morgan 

      Schiavone Studio (Kalamazoo College, 1962)
      Loren Campbell (#12) and Bob Morgan (#15) of the 1961-62 Basketball Team. This is Schiavone Studio negative no. 32438.
    • Madame Jambor and the Sunday Concert 

      Schiavone Studio (Kalamazoo College, 1959)
      The Bach Festival concert held on Sunday, March 15, 1959 featured Madame Agi Jambor, a famous pianist from Hungary. Jambor is playing the piano surrounded by a few other seated performers as the crowd watches. This photo ...
    • Main Floor of Bowen Hall 

      Schiavone Studio (Kalamazoo College, 1956)
      This photograph shows the interior of Bowen Hall. On the viewer's left-hand side is the Civil War memorial plaque (now located in Mandelle Hall) listing the names of Kalamazoo College students killed in the war. Schiavone ...
    • Science Lab in Olds Hall 

      Schiavone Studio (Kalamazoo College, 1956)
      Science lab interior in R.E. Olds Science Hall. Photo taken by Schiavone Studio, negative no. 18631-61.​
    • Second Generation Students, 1948 

      Schiavone Studio (Kalamazoo College, 1948)
      Second generation students from 1948-1949. A similar photo featuring a small group of these students is seen in the "Kalamazoo College Alumnus" from October 1948. Some of the second generation students are: Nancy Towsley, ...
    • Second Generation Students, 1950 

      Schiavone Studio (Kalamazoo College, 1950)
      Newly enrolled second generation students from 1950. This photo was taken by Schiavone Studio, order number 5646. The photo was featured in the "Kalamazoo College Alumnus", page 13, in December 1950. Front row (left to ...
    • Second Generation Students, 1950 

      Schiavone Studio (Kalamazoo College, 1950)
      Second generation students from 1950. This photo was taken by Schiavone Studio, order number 5423. The photo was featured in the Boiling Pot, p. 81, in 1951. First row: Kippy Voorhees, Shirley Case, Ethel DesAutels, Leslie ...
    • Second Generation Students, 1951 

      Schiavone Studio (Kalamazoo College, 1951)
      Second generation students from 1951-52. This photo was taken by Schiavone Studio, order number 7529. The students pictured are (left to right): Franklin J. Messany, Marion Johns, Marshall Brenner, Robert Casler, Irene ...
    • Second Generation Students, 1957 

      Schiavone Studio (Kalamazoo College, 1957)
      Second, third, and fourth generation students from Fall 1957. The photo was taken by Schiavone Studio, order no. 22147-1. The photo was included in the Fall Alumnus, 1957, pg 15. First row (left to right): Jane Ayers, Mary ...
    • Thomas Woodworth Presenting a Check to President Hicks 

      Schiavone Studio (Kalamazoo College, 1954)
      Baseball will be resumed on the Kalamazoo College campus in the spring of 1955. Thomas Woodworth, Kalamazoo, is shown at the left, presenting a generous check to Dr. Hicks, to underwrite the sport. With them, are Henry ...