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    • 1950 USTA Tennis Championship 

      Unknown (Kalamazoo College, 1950)
      A tennis player raising the American flag during the National Junior and Boys' Tennis Championship (also known as the USTA Boys 18 & 16 National Tennis Championships), which took place from July 31 to August 5, 1950. The ...
    • 1955 Men's Tennis Team 

      Unknown (Kalamazoo College, 1955 circa)
      Kalamazoo College Men's Tennis Team walking in to the tennis courts, c. 1955. From left to right: Bob Yuell '58, Bob Casler '55 in glasses, Jurgen Diekmann '56, Thomas Smith '55, Mike Beal '58, Donald Stowe '56, David Moran ...
    • 1972 Men's Tennis Team 

      Schiavone Studio (Kalamazoo College, 1972)
      Kalamazoo College men's tennis team, 1972. Front row, left to right: Dave Martin, Gary Gudelsky, Tom Thomson, Steve Thomson, Eric Lewis, George Scott. Back row: Coach Acker, Kim Beattie, Kirk Beattie, Ron Cook, Dave Emig, ...
    • The "Big Move" 

      Maxwell, Robert (Kalamazoo College, 1967-04-08)
      Kalamazoo College President Weimer K. Hicks and several unidentified students carry books across the street. Saturday, April 8, 1967 was known as the "Big Move" when students and faculty members volunteered to move 50,000 ...
    • Burial Place 

      Unknown (Kalamazoo College, early 1900)
      The northwest corner of the Kalamazoo College campus, at Academy and Monroe streets. An unidentified man stands near fencing amid several trees. The caption on this photograph reads "This is the site of the president's ...
    • Century Forum, 1918 

      Slocum Brothers (Kalamazoo College, 1918)
      Members of Kalamazoo College's Century Forum during the 1917-18 academic year. This photo appears in the 1918 yearbook, The Ka-Col. On the back of the photograph, three names are listed, Paul Staake, Harvey Jacobs and ...
    • Crissey Hall 

      Schiavone Studio (Kalamazoo College, 1968-12)
      Kalamazoo College's Crissey Residence Hall, completed in 1967, is a residence hall named for Mrs. Maria Jane Williams Crissey. Her sons W. R. Crissey and Oreb T. Crissey (Class of 1899) provided funds for the building, ...
    • Hodge House (President's Residence) 

      Unknown (Kalamazoo College, 2009-08-28)
      Kalamazoo College's President's House, also known as Hodge House or Nuss House. This home at 136 Thompson Street was originally built by Frederick M. and Edith G. Hodge. Mr. Hodge taught Latin at the College briefly, and ...
    • Kalamazoo College - James A. B. Stone 

      Unknown (Kalamazoo College, 1855)
      Kalamazoo College's first president, James Andrus Blinn Stone, in about 1860. Stone led the College from 1842 through 1863, and was responsible for the institution of high academic standards that allowed the College to ...
    • Kalamazoo College 125th Anniversary Convocation 

      Maxwell, Robert (Kalamazoo College, 1958-04-19)
      Kalamazoo College 125th Anniversary Convocation, 1958. For the College's 125th Anniversary, three days of events on the theme of "In Quest of Learning, Liberal and Christian" were held around Founders Day, April 22. The ...
    • Kalamazoo College 1886 Class Portrait 

      Unknown (Kalamazoo College, 1886)
      Kalamazoo College class portrait. Several of the people pictured here graduated with the Class of 1886 and other late 1880s classes, or did not graduate. They are identified in a list on the back of the photograph: Harry ...
    • Kalamazoo College 1898 Birds'-Eye View 

      Schoch, George W. (Kalamazoo College, 1898)
      A birds'-eye view of Kalamazoo, showing Kalamazoo College's Lower Hall, or Kalamazoo Hall, (right, with cupola) and baseball field. Lower Hall was completed in 1859. The original structure featured towers on the north and ...
    • Kalamazoo College 1917 Class Picture 

      Harrington Studio (Kalamazoo College, 1917)
      The Kalamazoo College Class of 1917, spelling out "17" on the hill next to Bowen Hall. Individual students are not identified.
    • Kalamazoo College 1931 May Fete 

      Unknown (Kalamazoo College, 1930-05-21)
      Women Kalamazoo College students dancing around a May pole during the 1931 May Fete. The May Fete was first held at the College by the women's Eurodelphian Gamma society in 1883, but it did not take off as a tradition until ...
    • Kalamazoo College 1932 Winter Formal 

      Unknown (Kalamazoo College, 1932-02-06)
      The 1932 Winter Formal dance at Kalamazoo College's Trowbridge Hall (women's dormitory). According to an article in the student newspaper "The Index" on February 5, 1932, the theme of the winter formal was "Snow Ball." The ...
    • Kalamazoo College 1935 May Fete 

      Unknown (Kalamazoo College, 1935-05)
      The 1935 May Fete procession on the Kalamazoo College quadrangle. The May Fete was first held at the College by the women's Eurodelphian Gamma society in 1883, but it did not take off as a tradition until the early 20th ...
    • Kalamazoo College 1936 Freshman Initiation 

      Unknown (Kalamazoo College, 1936)
      A group of male Kalamazoo College students during Freshman Initiation, 1936. The students are all in their pajamas and some have musical instruments. On the back of the photograph are the signatures of Henry B. Royce, "The ...
    • Kalamazoo College 1947 Commencement 

      Ross, Tom (Kalamazoo College, 1947-06)
      Kalamazoo College Commencement, June 1947. This photograph shows students in caps and gowns walking up the two aisles to their seats in the front of Stetson Chapel. That year, the commencement speaker was Supreme Court ...
    • Kalamazoo College 1947 Homecoming Float 

      Unknown (Kalamazoo College, 1947)
      The winning "float" for Kalamazoo College's 1947 Homecoming. This car, owned by Bob Russell '48, was decorated by the Century Forum, a men's literary society. Kalamazoo College did not have fraternities and sororities, but ...
    • Kalamazoo College 1955 Homecoming 

      Maxwell, Robert (Kalamazoo College, 1955-10-15)
      Kalamazoo College's Homecoming Queen and Court, October 15, 1955. Left to right: Gretchen Falk '59, Joan White '58, Student Senate President Dick Bowser '56, Queen Mary Sullivan '59, Sue Wixom '58 and Gretchen Bahr '56. ...