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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
    • Alpha Phi sorority installation, 1953

    • Sororities; College students--Sorority functions--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Sororities--Alpha Phi; Sororities--Lambda Sigma Chi; College students--Sorority installations--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Lambda Sigma Chi was established as a local sorority at the College of Puget Sound in 1922. On 10 Oct 1953 Lambda Sigma Chi became the Gamma Zeta chapter of national Alpha Phi in a ceremony held at the home of Mrs. Robert Cooper. Here we see, at a...
    • Alpha Phi sorority installation, 1953

    • Sororities; College students--Sorority functions--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Sororities--Alpha Phi; Sororities--Lambda Sigma Chi; College students--Sorority installations--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • At the formal reception for the new chapter of Alpha Phi sorority held in Anderson Hall on 11 Oct 1953, identified persons include Mrs. W. Harold Hutchison, former international president of Alpha Phi, far left; Lucille Thompson, wife of president...
    • Alpha Phi sorority installation, 1953

    • Sororities; College students--Sorority functions--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Sororities--Alpha Phi; Sororities--Lambda Sigma Chi; College students--Sorority installations--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • At the formal reception for the new chapter of Alpha Phi sorority held in Anderson Hall on 11 Oct 1953, identified persons include Mrs. W. Harold Hutchison, former international president of Alpha Phi, far left; Lucille Thompson, wife of president...
    • Thompson and Phibbs unveil presidential portraits, 1986

    • College presidents--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Former president R. Franklin Thompson (1942-1973) and president Philip M. Phibbs (1973-1992) at the unveiling of the university's presidents' portraits outside the Associate Deans' office on the second floor of Jones Hall, 17 Jan 1986
    • Commencement Summer 1949

    • Rites and ceremonies; Commencement ceremonies--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Dean of faculty John D. Regester, the Rev. Cecil Ristow, president R. Franklin Thompson, and former bursar and faculty member Charles A. Robbins stand outside Jones Hall following the summer term commencement ceremony in Jones Hall auditorium, 19...
    • Senior Class Day, 1917

    • College students--Rites and ceremonies--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Students around the color post outside the main administration/classroom building on senior class day on the Sixth and Sprague campus, 1917. According to former president Edward Todd, the color post ceremony came into existence in 1917
    • Students by the color post on the Sixth and Sprague campus, 1917

    • College students--Rites and ceremonies--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Male students standing by the color post outside the main administration/classroom building the Sixth and Sprague campus, 1917. According to former president Edward Todd, the color post ceremony came into existence in 1917
    • Senior Class Day, 1917

    • College students--Rites and ceremonies--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Students around the color post outside the main administration/classroom building on senior class day on the Sixth and Sprague campus, 1917. According to former president Edward Todd, the color post ceremony came into existence in 1917
    • Students by the color post on the Sixth and Sprague campus, 1917

    • College students--Rites and ceremonies--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Male students standing by the color post outside the main administration/classroom building on the Sixth and Sprague campus, 1917. According to former president Edward Todd, the color post ceremony came into existence in 1917
    • Students by the color post on the Sixth and Sprague campus, 1920

    • College students--Rites and ceremonies--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Students by the color post on the Sixth and Sprague campus, 1920. The building at left is the classroom building containing the library in the basement and the chapel on the second floor. According to former president Edward Todd, the color post...
    • Students by the color post on the Sixth and Sprague campus, 1920

    • College students--Rites and ceremonies--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Students by the color post on the Sixth and Sprague campus, 1920. The building at left is the main administration/classroom building. According to former president Edward Todd, the color post ceremony came into existence in 1917
    • 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.
    • Blaine, Thompson and Todd, 1945

    • College presidents--Washington (State)--Tacoma; College trustees--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Edward L. Blaine (at right), seen here in 1945 with President R. Franklin Thompson and former President Edward H. Todd, served as chair of the Board of Trustees between 1905 and 1945
    • Todd turns shovel at the Todd Hall groundbreaking, 1946

    • Rites and ceremonies; College presidents--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Building sites--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Former President Edward H. Todd turns a shovelful of dirt at the Todd Hall groundbreaking ceremony July 15, 1946. Others in the photograph are President R. Franklin Thompson, Trustee Chair W.W. Kilworth, and ASCPS President Philip Garland
    • Todd trowels mortar for the Todd Hall cornerstone, 1947

    • Cornerstone laying--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Former President Edward Todd trowels mortar for the Todd Hall cornerstone, June 14, 1947. Other dignitaries in the front row are, from left to right, Bishop Walter Earl Ledden, Bishop Bruce R. Baxter, Carl Mahoney, Richard Wasson, L.B. McDonald,...

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