Kalamazoo College Campus Procession
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An unidentified procession of people going from Williams (Upper) Hall to Olds Science Hall on the Kalamazoo College quadrangle. The people in the photograph are dressed formally, and some of them are holding signs with number ranges (example: 19-20 or 25-26). It is possible this group was celebrating the dedication of Hoben Hall in January of 1937. Hoben, a men's residence hall, was built just behind Williams to replace it. Williams had been in use by the College since it was constructed in 1849. On the right side of the photograph is an American car typical of those made in the mid-1930s. Tredway Gymnasium can be seen through the trees to the left of center. The man in academic regalia at the end of the procession may be Charles T. Goodsell, who served as interim president from 1935 to 1936. The photographer and date of the photo are unidentified.
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