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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)
    • College of Puget Sound president R. Franklin Thompson, top left, watches as faculty break ground for the new music building, 1 Jun 1952. Three music faculty identified at right are Raymond Vaught, Leonard Jacobsen, and Margaret Myles wielding the...
    • Music Building groundbreaking, 1952

    • Groundbreaking ceremonies (College of Puget Sound); Groundbreaking--music building (University of Puget Sound); Music Building groundbreaking (College of Puget Sound); Commencement ceremonies (College of Puget Sound)
    • Groundbreaking for College of Puget Sound's new music building followed the commencement ceremony for graduating seniors on 1 Jun 1952. We see the Color Post enclosure at right, past which graduating seniors processed. We see the crowd of graduates...
    • Music Building groundbreaking, 1952

    • Groundbreaking ceremonies (College of Puget Sound); Groundbreaking--music building (University of Puget Sound); Music Building groundbreaking (College of Puget Sound)
    • Dignitaries at the groundbreaking ceremony for the new College of Puget Sound music building, 1 Jun 1952. Trustee building committee chair Richard Wasson speaks on the platform with president R. Franklin Thompson in academic regalia. Architects...
    • 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 speaks behind Jones Hall following the commencement ceremony for graduating seniors in Memorial Fieldhouse. President R. Franklin Thompson waits at right. Likely Mr. Miller was speaking about the music building groundbreaking ceremony...
    • High school band members, 1950

    • High school musicians--Washington (State)--Tacoma; High school students--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • These unidentified boys and girls from various area high school bands are likely on the temporary stage set up in College of Puget Sound's Memorial Fieldhouse in connection with the performances there of the U.S. Navy Band on 1 Nov 1950. Navy...
    • Basketball 1952-1953: Loggers vs. Pacific Lutheran College

    • College students--Athletes--Washington (State)--Tacoma; basketball players--Washington (State)--Tacoma; basketball players (College of Puget Sound); basketball games (College of Puget Sound); Pacific Lutheran College (Parkland, Wash.)
    • The College of Puget Sound Loggers played the Pacific Lutheran College Lutes twice at home in Memorial Fieldhouse during the 1952-1953 basketball season, on 10 Dec 1952 and on 18 Feb 1953. The Loggers won both games, the first 51-47; the second...
    • Basketball 1952-1953: Loggers vs. Pacific Lutheran College

    • College students--Athletes--Washington (State)--Tacoma; basketball players--Washington (State)--Tacoma; basketball players (College of Puget Sound); basketball games (College of Puget Sound); Pacific Lutheran College (Parkland, Wash.)
    • The College of Puget Sound Loggers played the Pacific Lutheran College Lutes twice at home in Memorial Fieldhouse during the 1952-1953 basketball season, on 10 Dec 1952 and on 18 Feb 1953. The Loggers won both games, the first 51-47; the second...
    • Sigma Chi fraternity Sweetheart Ball, 1951

    • College students--social events--Washington (State)--Tacoma; College dances--Washington (State)--Tacoma; College dances (College of Puget Sound); Fraternities--Sigma Chi (College of Puget Sound); Sweetheart of Sigma Chi (College of Puget Sound)
    • Unidentified College of Puget Sound Sigma Chi fraternity brothers arrive with their dates at the Crystal Ballroom of the Winthrop Hotel for their annual Sweetheart Ball, 10 Mar 1951. Portraits of candidates for Sweetheart of Sigma Chi adorn the...
    • Sigma Chi fraternity Sweetheart Ball, 1951

    • College students--social events--Washington (State)--Tacoma; College dances--Washington (State)--Tacoma; College dances (College of Puget Sound); Fraternities--Sigma Chi (College of Puget Sound); Sweetheart of Sigma Chi (College of Puget Sound)
    • Unidentified College of Puget Sound Sigma Chi fraternity brothers arrive with their dates at the Crystal Ballroom of the Winthrop Hotel for their annual Sweetheart Ball, 10 Mar 1951. Portraits of candidates for Sweetheart of Sigma Chi adorn the...
    • Melody Night, 1949

    • Melody Night (College of Puget Sound); men college students--Awards--Washington (State)--Tacoma; college students--musical performances--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • During Melody Night in Memorial Fieldhouse, 11 May 1949, student groups vied for trophies for best singing performances. Here, in front of the independent men's group that he directed, Iverson Cozort holds the winning trophy for best men's singing...
    • Melody Night, 1949

    • Melody Night (College of Puget Sound); women college students--Awards--Washington (State)--Tacoma; college students--musical performances--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Delta Alpha Gamma sorority (College of Puget Sound)
    • During Melody Night in Memorial Fieldhouse, 11 May 1949, student groups vied for trophies for best singing performances. Here, in front of the Delta Alpha Gamma sorority group that she directed, Beverly Jean Johnson '49 holds the winning trophy for...
    • Melody Night, 1949

    • Melody Night (College of Puget Sound); men college students--Awards--Washington (State)--Tacoma; college students--musical performances--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • During Melody Night in Memorial Fieldhouse, 11 May 1949, student groups vied for trophies for best singing performances. Here, in front of the independent men's group that he directed, Iverson Cozort holds the winning trophy for best men's singing...
    • Melody Night, 1949

    • Melody Night (College of Puget Sound); college students--musical performances--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Melody Night in Memorial Fieldhouse, 11 May 1949. During Melody Night student groups vied for trophies for best singing performances. Here, on the east side of the fieldhouse, students and faculty sit across from the stage set up for performing...
    • Melody Night, 1949

    • Melody Night (College of Puget Sound); college students--musical performances--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • Melody Night in Memorial Fieldhouse, 11 May 1949. During Melody Night student groups vied for trophies for best singing performances. Here, on the east side of the fieldhouse, students and faculty sit across from the stage set up for performing...
    • Melody Night, 1949

    • Melody Night (College of Puget Sound); men college students--Awards--Washington (State)--Tacoma; college students--musical performances--Washington (State)--Tacoma; women college students--Awards--Washington (State)--Tacoma;
    • Melody Night in Memorial Fieldhouse, 11 May 1949. During Melody Night student groups vied for trophies for best singing performances. Here are students Betty-Anne Huhn, far left, and Roberta Westmoreland '51, far right, who organized Melody Night....
    • Awards chapel, 1949

    • Men college students--Awards--Washington (State)--Tacoma; African American college students (College of Puget Sound); award ceremonies (College of Puget Sound)
    • Ralph Johnston '49, right, receives the Herman Kleiner Award during the awards ceremony in weekly chapel in Jones Hall auditorium, 11 May 1949. The man presenting the award is so far unidentified. Left of him is president R. Franklin Thompson. See...
    • Sadie Hawkins Dance in Warner Gym, 1949

    • College dances; College students--Recreation--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • All-school Sadie Hawkins dance, sponsored by independent (non-Greek) students, Warner Gymnasium, 11 Nov 1949. Elected Daisy Mae was Janet Hunt, right center. Elected Li'l Abner was Jim Petrich with the hat, two persons left of Daisy Mae
    • Sadie Hawkins Dance in Warner Gym, 1949

    • College dances; College students--Recreation--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • All-school Sadie Hawkins dance, sponsored by independent (non-Greek) students, Warner Gymnasium, 11 Nov 1949. Elected Daisy Mae was Janet Hunt, center. Elected Li'l Abner was Jim Petrich with the hat, two persons right of Daisy Mae
    • Sadie Hawkins Dance in Warner Gym, 1949

    • College dances; College students--Recreation--Washington (State)--Tacoma
    • All-school Sadie Hawkins dance, sponsored by independent (non-Greek) students, Warner Gymnasium, 11 Nov 1949. Jim Petrich is Li'l Abner, far right
    • 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...

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