Kalamazoo College Kappa Pi Pageant, 1926
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Kalamazoo College's Kappa Pi society pageant, May 15 or 16, 1926. In place of the Vaudeville show that the Kappas usually offered each year, a more serious production (referred to in the College newspaper as a dream masque) entitled "Womanhood" was offered in April, 1926. It was written by Ethel Knox K'15, a former member of Kappa Pi. The St. Cecelia Quintet of Grand Rapids (Mich.) provided the music, and costumes were designed by Elizabeth McTaggart. At the center is Ruth DeBow as "Womanhood." The other women pictured and the photographer are not identified.
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