Pomona College (Claremont, Calif.); College students; Donkeys; Men's clothing; Hats; Sleeping bags; Camping Equipment and supplies; Firearms; Barns;
A group of men of the Pomona College class of 1904 prepare to head out on a camping trip. They are carrying sleeping bags and have loaded equipment onto a donkey in front of a barn. A poster is draped over the donkey that reads "No Camping." The...
Students on a camping trip cook over a campfire. In the background, students unload a station wagon. A news clipping (possibly from La Semeuse yearbook) taped to back of photo reads: "Scripps College: Campaign trips to mountains, beach, or desert...
Three Pomona College students on a camping trip. The photograph is titled (in the upper left corner) "Roughing It" and the students are identified (from left to right) as: Pease, Howard Ross and Bill Jencks.
Three Pomona College students on a camping trip. The photograph is titled "On Top of Old Baldy" and the first two students are identified (left to right) as: M.G. Boynton and C. Howard Ross. The third is unidentified.
Pomona College students on a camping trip. The photograph is titled in the upper left corner "At Home in the Hills." On the image, the students have been identified by their last names. Seated from left to right are Pease, Boynton and C.H. Ross.
Student activities; College students; Campfires; Camping
A page of a scrapbook wtih a photograph of Pomona College students seated near a campfire. Writing below the photograph reads: "Freshmen boys gave Freshmen girls a barbecue on the east side of Indian Hill, Monday, January 29, 1912."
Pomona College students seated around a campfire at an outdoor student activity. The photograph is an example of black-and-white photography that has undergone a process of hand coloring using orange color.