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    • May Day Celebration, 1954

    • College students--Washington (State)--Tacoma; college students--recreation--Washington (State)--Tacoma; college traditions--Washington (State)--Tacoma; college traditions (College of Puget Sound); spring festival--College of Puget Sound
    • President R. Franklin Thompson crowns May Queen Madeline Williams at the annual Spring Festival, sponsored by the Associated Women Students, Sutton Quadrangle, 14 May 1954. The young girls at extreme left are flower girls Martha and Mary (mostly...
    • May Day Celebration, 1954

    • College students--Washington (State)--Tacoma; college students--recreation--Washington (State)--Tacoma; college traditions--Washington (State)--Tacoma; college traditions (College of Puget Sound); spring festival--College of Puget Sound
    • May Queen Madeline Williams holds court at the annual Spring Festival, sponsored by the Associated Women Students, Sutton Quadrangle, 14 May 1954. The young girls sitting in folding chairs to the left of Queen Madeline are flower girls Mary and...
    • May Day Celebration, 1954

    • College students--Washington (State)--Tacoma; college students--recreation--Washington (State)--Tacoma; college traditions--Washington (State)--Tacoma; college traditions (College of Puget Sound); spring festival--College of Puget Sound
    • Spring Festival activities on Sutton Quadrangle, 14 May 1954. Spring Festival was a major event in campus life and occurred just before closed period at the end of spring term. For more information about Spring Festival, see pages 1-2 of the 11 May...
    • May Day Celebration, 1954

    • College students--Washington (State)--Tacoma; college students--recreation--Washington (State)--Tacoma; college traditions--Washington (State)--Tacoma; college traditions (College of Puget Sound); spring festival--College of Puget Sound
    • Spring Festival princesses, including six from local area high schools, descend from Jones Hall for the festivities on Sutton Quadrangle, 14 May 1954. Spring Festival was a major event in campus life and occurred just before closed period at the...
    • May Day Celebration, 1954

    • College students--Washington (State)--Tacoma; college students--recreation--Washington (State)--Tacoma; college traditions--Washington (State)--Tacoma; college traditions (College of Puget Sound); spring festival--College of Puget Sound
    • Spring Festival activities on Sutton Quadrangle, 14 May 1954. Spring Festival was a major event in campus life and occurred just before closed period at the end of spring term. For more information about Spring Festival, see pages 1-2 of the 11 May...
    • May Day Celebration, 1954

    • College students--Washington (State)--Tacoma; college students--recreation--Washington (State)--Tacoma; college traditions--Washington (State)--Tacoma; college traditions (College of Puget Sound); spring festival--College of Puget Sound
    • May Queen Madeline Williams, her unidentified consort, flower girls Martha and Mary Thompson, and crown bearer John Mark Phillips (son of religion professor John Phillips) under the arch on Sutton Quadrangle during Spring Festival festivities,...
    • May Day Celebration, 1954

    • College students--Washington (State)--Tacoma; college students--recreation--Washington (State)--Tacoma; college traditions--Washington (State)--Tacoma; college traditions (College of Puget Sound); spring festival--College of Puget Sound
    • The thirteen women of May Queen Madeline Williams' court during Spring Festival on Sutton Quadrangle, 14 May 1954. The thirteen are, not in order, Mary Kroeker, Janet Johnston, Frances Ellertson, and Martha Wegner; class attendants Bette...
    • May Day Celebration, 1954

    • College students--Washington (State)--Tacoma; college students--recreation--Washington (State)--Tacoma; college traditions--Washington (State)--Tacoma; college traditions (College of Puget Sound); spring festival--College of Puget Sound
    • Court jester Don Artland entertains May Queen Madeline Williams' court during Spring Festival on Sutton Quadrangle, 14 May 1954. Spring Festival was a major event in campus life and occurred just before closed period at the end of spring term. For...
    • Sigma Nu watermelon bust. 1963

    • College students--Entertainment--Washington (State)--Tacoma; college students--Fraternity functions--Washington (State)--Tacoma; College students--Freshmen--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Freshman Orientation (University of Puget Sound); Freshmen...
    • University of Puget Sound Sigma Nu fraternity-sponsored Watermelon Bust event to welcome new freshmen to campus, at the southwest corner of Jones Hall, 18 Sep 1963. Note the maroon beanies, which all freshmen (class of '67) were required to wear....
    • Leonard Jacobsen, 1943

    • Music professors (College of Puget Sound); College professors (College of Puget Sound)
    • Leonard George Jacobsen, Professor of Music, in the music conservatory, 1943. The old wooden music conservatiry building began life as a farmhouse, was remodeled to serve as a women's residence hall when the college moved to its current campus in...
    • Composer-in-residence Manuel Rosenthal, 1948

    • Composers--United States; University of Puget Sound--Faculty; Musicians--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Manuel Rosenthal, composer in residence at the College of Puget Sound, 1948. Rosenthal was a Frenchman, born in 1904. He lived an interesting 99-year life. He was a student of Maurice Ravel. During World War II Rosenthal was an infantryman, German...
    • Women students in Anderson Hall, 1949

    • Residence halls--Washington (State)--Tacoma; dormitories--Washington (State)--Tacoma; College students--Relaxing--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Women students in Anderson Hall, 1949. Until 1954 Anderson was the only women's residence hall on campus
    • Women students in Anderson Hall, 1949

    • Residence halls--Washington (State)--Tacoma; dormitories--Washington (State)--Tacoma; College students--Relaxing--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Women students in Anderson Hall, 1949. Until 1954 Anderson was the only women's residence hall on campus
    • Freshman orientation, 1951

    • College freshmen--Washington (State)--Tacoma; College freshmen (College of Puget Sound); Freshman Orientation (College of Puget Sound)
    • An unidentified pair of College of Puget Sound freshmen peruses the Frosh Green Book in the college library in Jones Hall basement, 1951. The Frosh Green Book, published by the Associated Women Students organization, featured Cathy Coed and Larry...
    • Millie Bulatao, 1952

    • College freshmen--Washington (State)--Tacoma; College freshmen (College of Puget Sound); Hawaiian college students (College of Puget Sound)
    • During 1952-1953 Millicent "Millie" Bulatao '56 was a College of Puget Sound freshman from Kekaha, Kauai, Hawaii. Millie was exceedingly talented and involved in campus life. Among many other accomplishments, Millie sang in the Adelphian Concert...
    • Union Station, 1953

    • Union Station--Tacoma (Wash.); College students--Traveling--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Two College of Puget Sound students, Donna Dettrich '55, right, and her unidentified classmate, stand with their luggage inside Tacoma Union Station before departing on a streamliner, 1953. Rail travel was a way of life for many generations of...
    • Elizabeth Marie Rowe, 1953

    • College student leaders (College of Puget Sound); College of Puget Sound--Students; College women (College of Puget Sound); Women college students (College of Puget Sound)
    • Elizabeth Marie Rowe '53, 1953. Marie, an English literature and education major, was highly involved in Puget Sound activities during her college career, including the senior women's honorary Otlah. She co-chaired Religious Life Emphasis Week, and...
    • Elizabeth Marie Rowe, 1953

    • College student leaders (College of Puget Sound); College of Puget Sound--Students; College women (College of Puget Sound); Women college students (College of Puget Sound)
    • Elizabeth Marie Rowe '53, 1953. Marie, an English literature and education major, was highly involved in Puget Sound activities during her college career, including the senior women's honorary Otlah. She co-chaired Religious Life Emphasis Week, and...
    • Student Marjorie Casebier, 1955

    • Student portraits (College of Puget Sound); student leaders (College of Puget Sound)
    • Marjorie Louise (Casey) Casebier '56, seen here in 1955. This portrait of her was taken in connection with her election to be junior class representative to the ASCPS Central Board. The next year she was elected ASCPS vice president and worked in...

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