Kalamazoo College Women's Archery
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Two unidentified female Kalamazoo College students practicing archery. The practice field is between Academy and Lovell streets, near Arcadia Creek. The view looks toward South Street. The photograph is dated "Ca. 1933" and the name A. Quimby is written on the back. An Arelisle Quimby, M. S., served the College as Dean of Women and Physical Education Instructor from 1927 to 1933 and was likely the coach of the women's archery team. The photographer is unknown.
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