Kalamazoo College Society for Creative Anachronism
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Kalamazoo College members of the Society for Creative Anachronism. Several members are in costume. In the front row at far left is Kim Formsma; Victor Garcia is to her immediate right. The fourth from left in the front row is Ken Ravenswood, and the third from right in the front row is John David Krueger. The photographer and other people pictured are not identified, and the date of the photograph is unknown.
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