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    • Civil War soldier and Kalamazoo College student Lewis Amos Taft 

      Unknown (1862)
      Lewis Amos Taft was a student at Kalamazoo College in 1860-1861. He left the College to work on his family farm for a year, and then enlisted with the 85th Ohio Regiment. He died in 1868 at age 29. This photograph is an ...
    • Eugene H. Bronson Letter No.1 

      Bronson, Eugene H. (1862-08-31)
      Letter from Eugene H. Bronson of Comstock, MI, to Harriet (“Hattie”) N. Taylor, also of Comstock, MI, dated August 31, 1862, from Camp Minty near Detroit, MI. Bronson served as a sergeant in Company C of the Fourth Michigan ...
    • Eugene H. Bronson Letter No.2 

      Bronson, Eugene H. (1862-10-07)
      Letter from Eugene H. Bronson of Comstock, MI, to Harriet (“Hattie”) N. Taylor, also of Comstock, MI, dated October 7, 1862, from Camp Blair on the Ohio River in Indiana. Bronson served as a sergeant in Company C of the ...
    • Eugene H. Bronson Letter No. 3 

      Bronson, Eugene H. (1862-11-03)
      Letter from Eugene H. Bronson of Comstock, MI, to Harriet (“Hattie”) N. Taylor, also of Comstock, MI, dated November 3, 1862, from a camp near Munfordville, Kentucky. Bronson served as a sergeant in Company C of the Fourth ...
    • Eugene H. Bronson Letter No.4 

      Bronson, Eugene H. (1862-12-03)
      Letter from Eugene H. Bronson of Comstock, MI, to Harriet (“Hattie”) N. Taylor, also of Comstock, MI, dated December 3, 1862, from a camp near Nashville, Tennessee. Bronson served as a sergeant in Company C of the Fourth ...
    • Eugene H. Bronson Letter No.5 

      Bronson, Eugene H. (1862-12-12)
      Letter from Eugene H. Bronson of Comstock, MI, to Harriet (“Hattie”) N. Taylor, also of Comstock, MI, dated December 12, 1862, from Camp Rosecrans in Tennessee. Bronson served as a sergeant in Company C of the Fourth ...
    • Eugene H. Bronson Letter No.6 

      Bronson, Eugene H. (1863-01-22)
      Letter from Eugene H. Bronson of Comstock, MI, to Harriet (“Hattie”) N. Taylor, also of Comstock, MI, dated January 22, 1863, from a camp two miles southwest of Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Bronson served as a sergeant in ...
    • Eugene H. Bronson Letter No.7 

      Bronson, Eugene H. (1863-03-14)
      Letter from Eugene H. Bronson of Comstock, MI, to Harriet (“Hattie”) N. Taylor, also of Comstock, MI, dated March 14, 1863, from Nashville, Tennessee. Bronson served as a sergeant in Company C of the Fourth Michigan Cavalry ...
    • Eugene H. Bronson Letter No.8 

      Bronson, Eugene H. (1863-04-09)
      Letter from Eugene H. Bronson of Comstock, MI, to Harriet (“Hattie”) N. Taylor, also of Comstock, MI, dated April 9, 1863, from Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Bronson served as a sergeant in Company C of the Fourth Michigan ...
    • Eugene H. Bronson Letter No.9 

      Bronson, Eugene H. (1863-04-29)
      Letter from Eugene H. Bronson of Comstock, MI, to Harriet (“Hattie”) N. Taylor, also of Comstock, MI, dated April 29, 1863, from Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Bronson served as a sergeant in Company C of the Fourth Michigan ...
    • Eugene H. Bronson Letter No.10 

      Bronson, Eugene H. (1863-05-30)
      Letter from Eugene H. Bronson of Comstock, MI, to Harriet (“Hattie”) N. Taylor, also of Comstock, MI, dated May 30, 1863, from a camp near Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Bronson served as a sergeant in Company C of the Fourth ...
    • Eugene H. Bronson Letter No.11 

      Bronson, Eugene H. (1863-07-26)
      Letter from Eugene H. Bronson of Comstock, MI, to Harriet (“Hattie”) N. Taylor, also of Comstock, MI, dated July 26, 1863, from a camp near Salem, Tennessee. Bronson served as a sergeant in Company C of the Fourth Michigan ...
    • Eurodelphian Costume Meeting, 1889 

      Unknown author (Kalamazoo College, 1889-06)
      The note attached to this photo reads “Euro Costume Meeting June 1889 (?). Standing: Lena Powers, Mae Phelps, Mame Hopkins, Ida Cook, Waugh (W. Va.). [Middle row:] Ritta Smith, Birdsall, Potters (Alma), M. Cook, Elizabeth ...
    • Smallpox! 1913 

      Moyle, Lydia Buttolph, 1893-1984 (Kalamazoo College, 1913-04)
      Three students stand on the overhang above the door to the men’s dormitory, holding a sign which is not legible. The photo appears in the scrapbook of Lydia Buttoph, Class of 1916, and is captioned “Smallpox! 1913.” After ...
    • Smallpox Vaccination Certificate 

      Stewart, Leonard H. (Kalamazoo College, 1913-04-03)
      A note from Dr. L.H. Stewart of 413 S. Burdick Street dated April 3, 1913 states, “This certifies that Lydia Buttolph was vaccinated by the undersigned on the above date. Signed L.H. Stewart. April 30 – This certifies that ...
    • "Being Campused Don't Spoil Our Good Times." 

      Moyle, Lydia Buttolph, 1893-1984 (Kalamazoo College, 1913-04-06)
      This image shows three women and three men on the grounds of the Kalamazoo College campus. The caption reads, “Being campused don’t spoil our good times. Sun. Apr 6, 1913.” The photo appears in the scrapbook of Lydia ...
    • Y.W.C.A. New Girl's Party, 1913 

      Unknown author (Kalamazoo College, 1913-09)
      This photo from the album of Lydia Buttolph, Class of 1916, is captioned “Mechanical dolls – at Y.W.C.A. new girl’s party, Sept. 1913.” Five unidentified women dressed as dolls stand in front of Bowen Hall. While four ...
    • Kappa Pi "Majestic" Vaudeville, 1915 

      Unknown author (Kalamazoo College, 1915-03-17)
      This photo from an unidentified student’s album is captioned “K.P. ‘Majestic’ Vaudeville 1915.” The name of the show was likely derived from Kalamazoo’s Majestic Theatre, a vaudeville house located on South Street. The ...
    • Kalamazoo College Mess Hall, 1918 

      Unknown author (Kalamazoo College, 1918)
      This photograph most likely shows the mess hall built in 1918 for use by the Student Army Training Corps. According to the December 1918 Kalamazoo College Bulletin, "With scarcely three weeks notice before time for school ...
    • War Department Demographics and Accounting Questionnaire 

      Unknown author (1918)
      This questionnaire, published by the War Department's Committee on Education and Special Training, was sent to the Administrative Heads of academic institutions across the country. The purpose of the questionnaire was to ...