Kalamazoo College Study Abroad, Muenster
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A group of Kalamazoo College Students on study abroad. This is the Muenster group from Fall and Winter, 1965-1966. They are wearing helmets in this souvenir photo from their visit to the Hoesch Westfalenhütte, an historic building that was the home of a large mining company. Most students in the photograph are not identified. In the front row, Lynn McClements is at far left, in a white coat; Martha McGinness may be the third from left, in the center wearing a velveteen coat is Helen Neterer; second from right is Diane Nelson. In the second row, Thomas Van Doren is at far left; Charles Hawes is in the center (with glasses and smile); and Thomas Roberts may be the second from right. The photograph was taken by a souvenir company in Dortmund.
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