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    • Chemistry laboratory in Science Hall, 1927

    • Chemical laboratories--Washington (State)--Tacoma; College buildings--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Chemistry laboratory in Science Hall (renamed Howarth Hall in 1932). Professor George Frederick Henry (known as G.F. Henry) in tie at left; Gordon Alcorn '30, far right, was still a student in this 1927 photograph.
    • Henry's chemistry class in Science Hall, 1932

    • College science teachers--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Science rooms and equipment--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Classrooms--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Professor George Frederick Henry (known as G.F. Henry) teaching chemistry in Science Hall (renamed Howarth Hall in 1932). Gordon Alcorn is at far left and President Edward Todd is to his right in the second row, circa 1931
    • Lung by her portrait of Leonard Howarth, 1932

    • Howarth, Leonard--Portraits
    • Rowena Clement Lung (later Rowena Alcorn) stands by the portrait she painted of Leonard Howarth. The painting was unveiled in the building's front foyer at the 19 February 1932 Howarth Hall dedication ceremony and hangs there to this day.
    • Griggs and Gardner at the Howarth Portrait on Dedication Day, 1932

    • Howarth, Leonard--Portraits; Alcorn, Rowena Clement Lung
    • Leonard Howarth portrait after unveiling on the day of the dedication of Leonard Howarth Hall, 19 February 1932. The woman is Marjorie Gardner, a student. The man is Major Everett G. Griggs, a former business associate of Leonard Howarth.
    • Mu Sigma Delta scholastic honorary, 1949

    • Mu Sigma Delta Scholastic Honorary; College students--Scholastic honorary societies--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Members of Mu Sigma Delta, 1949. Mu Sigma Delta was the College of Puget Sound's local scholastic honorary society with membership criteria similar to national Phi Beta Kappa. From the earliest years Puget Sound sought repeatedly to be awarded a...
    • Rowena Alcorn painting, 1949

    • Alcorn, Rowena Clement Lung; art professors (College of Puget Sound); portraits
    • Unidentified painting by Rowena Clement Lung Alcorn, 1949. Rowena Clement Lung was on the College of Puget art faculty before marrying biology professor Gordon Alcorn. She painted many Puget Sound personages over the years
    • Rowena Alcorn painting, 1949

    • Alcorn, Rowena Clement Lung; art professors (College of Puget Sound); portraits
    • Unidentified painting by Rowena Clement Lung Alcorn, 1949. Rowena Clement Lung was on the College of Puget art faculty before marrying biology professor Gordon Alcorn. She painted many Puget Sound personages over the years
    • Garden club beautifies the campus, 1950

    • College campuses--Landscaping--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Garden clubs--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • College of Puget Sound president R. Franklin Thompson, standing second from left; biology professor Gordon Alcorn, kneeling right; an unidentified physical plant department worker who dug the hole and is kneeling on his work gloves; and...
    • Garden club beautifies the campus, 1950

    • College campuses--Landscaping--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Garden clubs--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • College of Puget Sound president R. Franklin Thompson, standing third from left; biology professor Gordon Alcorn, kneeling left; an unidentified physical plant department worker who dug the hole; and unidentified ladies from a local garden club,...
    • Garden club beautifies the campus, 1950

    • College campuses--Landscaping--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Garden clubs--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • College of Puget Sound president R. Franklin Thompson, standing second from left; biology professor Gordon Alcorn, kneeling right; an unidentified physical plant department worker who dug the hole and is kneeling on his work gloves; and...
    • Gordon Alcorn's bird nest 1950

    • College science teachers--Washington (State)--Tacoma; biology professors (College of Puget Sound); biology professors--Washington (State)--Tacoma; birds (College of Puget Sound); Natural History Museums (College of Puget Sound); Slater Museum of...
    • College of Puget Sound biology professor Gordon Alcorn marking a bird nest site at an unidentified location, 1950
    • Gordon Alcorn's bird nest 1950

    • College science teachers--Washington (State)--Tacoma; biology professors (College of Puget Sound); biology professors--Washington (State)--Tacoma; birds (College of Puget Sound); Natural History Museums (College of Puget Sound); Slater Museum of...
    • Bird nest site, the unidentified location of which College of Puget Sound biology professor Gordon Alcorn marked in a companion photograph, 1950
    • Alcorn and Slater use a microtome, 1951

    • College teachers--Washington (State)--Tacoma; natural history museums; Science rooms and equipment--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Biology Professors Gordon D. Alcorn '30 and James R. Slater use a microtome machine to prepare thin sections for analysis, Howarth Hall, 1951. Alcorn and Slater were instrumental in establishing the Museum of Natural History, now known as the...
    • Biology Professor Gordon Alcorn, 1951

    • College science teachers--Washington (State)--Tacoma; natural history museums
    • Biology Professor Gordon Alcorn and two unidentified students examine a natural history museum specimen in Howarth Hall, 1951
    • Biology Professor Gordon Alcorn, 1951

    • College science teachers--Washington (State)--Tacoma; natural history museums
    • Biology Professor Gordon Alcorn and two unidentified students examine a natural history museum specimen in Howarth Hall, 1951

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