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    • Howard R. Kilworth Memorial Carillon dedication, 1954

    • Howard R. Kilworth Memorial Carillon (University of Puget Sound); Carillonic bells (University of Puget Sound); Carillons--electronic--Washington (State)
    • Robert E. Sconce, left, College of Puget Sound public relations director, and George J. Schulmerich, of Schulmerich Carillons, Inc. of Sellersville PA, examine the control equipment for the just-installed 61-bell Arlington Carillon, on the top...
    • Howard R. Kilworth Memorial Carillon dedication, 1954

    • Howard R. Kilworth Memorial Carillon (University of Puget Sound); Carillonic bells (University of Puget Sound); Carillons--electronic--Washington (State)
    • Robert E. Sconce, left, College of Puget Sound public relations director, and George J. Schulmerich, of Schulmerich Carillons, Inc. of Sellersville PA, examine the control equipment for the just-installed 61-bell Arlington Carillon, on the top...
    • 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
    • Chemistry laboratory, 1949

    • College science teachers--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Chemical laboratories--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Science rooms and equipment--Washington (State)--Tacoma; chemistry labs (College of Puget Sound); chemistry professors (College of Puget Sound)
    • Researching the component parts of the drug citrinin are, from left, College of Puget Sound chemistry professor Robert Sprenger, LeRoy Schieler, Hsi Lung Pan, and William Longmire, Howarth Hall, 1949. Professor Sprenger became interested in...
    • Chemistry laboratory, 1949

    • College science teachers--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Chemical laboratories--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Science rooms and equipment--Washington (State)--Tacoma; chemistry labs (College of Puget Sound); chemistry professors (College of Puget Sound)
    • Researching the component parts of the drug citrinin are, from left, College of Puget Sound chemistry professor Robert Sprenger, LeRoy Schieler, Hsi Lung Pan, and William Longmire, Howarth Hall, 1949. Professor Sprenger became interested in...
    • Concert band rehearsal, 1949

    • Music students (College of Puget Sound); music students--Washington (State)--Tacoma; College students--musicians (College of Puget Sound); college students--Musicians--Washington (State)--Tacoma; College students--Musical performances--Washington...
    • College of Puget Sound band director John O'Connor rehearses the Concert Band in South Hall (razed in 2011 when Weyerhaeuser Hall opened), 1949
    • Concert band rehearsal, 1949

    • Music students (College of Puget Sound); music students--Washington (State)--Tacoma; College students--musicians (College of Puget Sound); college students--Musicians--Washington (State)--Tacoma; College students--Musical performances--Washington...
    • College of Puget Sound band director John O'Connor rehearses the Concert Band in South Hall (razed in 2011 when Weyerhaeuser Hall opened), 1949
    • "Pop" Throdahl, custodian of the gymnasium, 1949

    • School custodians--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Caption that accompanies a similar image on page 126 of the 1949 Tamanawas: "Keeping track of all the equipment issued to CPS athletes is the responsibility of 'Pop' Throdahl, custodian of the gym. P.E. students learn to rely on 'Pop' for...
    • "Pop" Throdahl, custodian of the gymnasium, 1949

    • Custodians--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Caption that accompanies this image on page 126 of the 1949 Tamanawas: "Keeping track of all the equipment issued to CPS athletes is the responsibility of 'Pop' Throdahl, custodian of the gym. P.E. students learn to rely on 'Pop' for everything...
    • Chemistry Club, 1950

    • College students--Washington (State)--Tacoma--Societies and clubs; Chemical laboratories--Washington (State)--Tacoma; College teachers--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Classrooms--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Science rooms and equipment--Washington...
    • Members of the student affiliate group of the American Chemical Society, Howarth Hall, 1950. From left to right in front: Hsi-Lung Pan, William Bean, Alton Brooks, Barton Hartzell, John Filchek, Professor Philip Fehlandt, Dick Carlson, Joyce...
    • Chemistry Club, 1950

    • College students--Washington (State)--Tacoma--Societies and clubs; Chemical laboratories--Washington (State)--Tacoma; College teachers--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Classrooms--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Science rooms and equipment--Washington...
    • Members of the student affiliate group of the American Chemical Society, Howarth Hall, 1950. From left to right in front: Hsi-Lung Pan, William Bean, Alton Brooks, Barton Hartzell, John Filchek, Professor Philip Fehlandt, Dick Carlson, Joyce...
    • President's Home under construction, 1950

    • College buildings--Design and construction--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • President's Home under construction on North 18th Street on the college campus, 1950. Prior to this President R. Franklin Thompson and his family (spouse Lucille and daughters Mary and Martha) lived at 620 North "J" Street, Tacoma WA
    • President's Home under construction, 1950

    • College buildings--Design and construction--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • President's Home under construction on North 18th Street on the college campus, 1950. Prior to this President R. Franklin Thompson and his family (spouse Lucille and daughters Mary and Martha) lived at 620 North "J" Street, Tacoma WA
    • President's Home under construction, 1950

    • College buildings--Design and construction--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • President's Home under construction on North 18th Street on the college campus, 1950. Prior to this President R. Franklin Thompson and his family (spouse Lucille and daughters Mary and Martha) lived at 620 North "J" Street, Tacoma WA
    • Boxing as a Varsity Sport, 1950

    • Boxing; College athletes--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Lee Stahl, one of Homer Amundsen's boxers, in Warner Gymnasium, 1950. Logger boxing coach Homer Amundsen needed eight boxers to field a team for intercollegiate competition. During fall semester 1950 Amundsen assembled his team, including Stahl, a...
    • Boxing as a Varsity Sport, 1950

    • Boxing; College athletes--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Lee Stahl, one of Homer Amundsen's boxers, in Warner Gymnasium, 1950. Logger boxing coach Homer Amundsen needed eight boxers to field a team for intercollegiate competition. During fall semester 1950 Amundsen assembled his team, including Stahl, a...
    • Boxing as a Varsity Sport, 1950

    • Boxing; College athletes--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Lee Stahl, one of Homer Amundsen's boxers, in Warner Gymnasium, 1950. Logger boxing coach Homer Amundsen needed eight boxers to field a team for intercollegiate competition. During fall semester 1950 Amundsen assembled his team, including Stahl, a...

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