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    • Music Building groundbreaking, 1952

    • Groundbreaking ceremonies (College of Puget Sound); Groundbreaking--music building (University of Puget Sound); Music Building groundbreaking (College of Puget Sound)
    • Marc Miller, Ruth Pauline Todd '42 (granddaughter of former President Edward H. Todd), Mrs. Raver, and bursar Gerard Banks break ground for College of Puget Sound's new Music Building, 1 Jun 1952
    • Doris Jean Day '41 on Sutton Quadrangle, circa 1935

    • Sapp, Gail Pauline
    • Doris Jean Day '41 on Sutton Quadrangle, circa 1935. Doris is sister of Gail Pauline Day '37, for whom Gail Day Chapel is named. This image is a May 2010 gift to the University Archives from Trustee Allan Day Sapp '78, Doris Day's son.
    • Gail Pauline Day '37, for whom the Gail Day Chapel is named

    • Women college students--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Gail Pauline Day '37, for whom Gail Day Chapel is named. Gail Day was killed by a drunk driver in 1939 while a graduate student at Northwestern. In 1950, with the support of her parents, Edward Vernon Day and Grace Nolan Day, the chapel in Jones...
    • Gail Pauline Day '37, for whom the Gail Day Chapel is named

    • Women college students--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Gail Pauline Day '37 in her 1937 commencement academic regalia. Gail Day was killed by a drunk driver in 1939 while a graduate student at Northwestern. In 1950, with the support of her parents, Edward Vernon Day and Grace Nolan Day, the chapel in...
    • Diploma of Gail Pauline Day '37

    • Degrees, Academic; Women college students--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Day, Gail Pauline
    • The 7 June 1937 diploma of Gail Pauline Day, for whom Gail Day Chapel is named. Gail Day '37 was killed by a drunk driver in 1939 while a graduate student at Northwestern. In 1950, with the support of her parents, Edward Vernon Day and Grace Nolan...
    • Doris Day Sapp '41 on her wedding day in the Little Chapel, 1945

    • Weddings--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Day, Gail Pauline
    • Doris Jean Day '41 on her wedding day in the little chapel in Jones Hall, 10 Oct 1945. On 7 Jun 1950 the chapel was dedicated as Gail Day Chapel in memory of her sister, Gail Pauline Day '37. This image is a May 2010 gift to the University Archives...
    • Day and Sapp wedding in the Little Chapel, 1945

    • Weddings--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Day, Gail Pauline
    • Wedding in the Jones Hall Little Chapel of Doris Jean Day '41 and Allan Norwood Sapp, 10 Oct 1945, with President R. Franklin Thompson officiating. On 7 Jun 1950 the chapel was dedicated as Gail Day Chapel in memory of Doris Day's sister, Gail...
    • Students in Gail Day Chapel, 1950

    • Gail Pauline Day Memorial Chapel (Colege of Puget Sound); Religious activities (College of Puget Sound); College students--Religious activities (College of Puget Sound)
    • Ernest Bates, far right, Don Hazel '50, and three unidentified College of Puget Sound women pose in Gail Pauline Day Memorial Chapel, Jones Hall, 1950. The chapel was in 1977 moved to Kilworth Chapel, where it still today houses "The Light of the...
    • Students in Gail Day Chapel, 1950

    • Gail Pauline Day Memorial Chapel (Colege of Puget Sound); Religious activities (College of Puget Sound); College students--Religious activities (College of Puget Sound)
    • Ernest Bates, far right, Don Hazel '50, and three unidentified College of Puget Sound women pose in Gail Pauline Day Memorial Chapel, Jones Hall, 1950. The chapel was in 1977 moved to Kilworth Chapel, where it still today houses "The Light of the...
    • Dedication of the Gail Day Chapel, 1950

    • Day, Gail Pauline
    • The 7 June 1950 dedication brochure for Gail Day Chapel. Gail Pauline Day '37 was killed by a drunk driver in 1939 while a graduate student at Northwestern. With the support of her parents, Edward Vernon Day and Grace Nolan Day, the chapel in Jones...
    • Intercollegiate Knights sophomore men's service honorary, 1952

    • Intercollegiate Knights; Male college students--Washington (State)--Tacoma--Societies, etc.; College sophomores--Washington (State)--Tacoma--Societies, etc.; Portraits, Group
    • Intercollegiate Knights, the sophomore men's service honorary, in Gail Day Chapel, Jones Hall, 1952. In front: Don Chew, Peter Misner, Jim Covell, and Ted Bottiger. Middle row: Warren Hunt, Bob Higley, Larry Tyler, and Bill Adams. Standing: John...

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