Dedications; Theaters; College buildings; Avery, R. Stanton, 1907-
Dr. Robert Bernard delivers a speech at the December 9, 1966 dedication of the Millard Sheets mural at Garrison Theater. Pictured immediately to his right is R. Stanton Avery, a trustee of the Claremont Colleges.
Charles T. Richardson was a Claremont Graduate University (then called Claremont Gradute School) trustee. He is pictured here near the Jagels Building with his wife, likely attending one of the dedications that took place December 9, 1966. These...
A photograph of Mrs. Ruth Harper Munger at the December 9, 1966 dedication of Harper East. She was the daughter of Jacob Chandler Harper, one of the founding members of the Board of Trustees of the Claremont Graduate School.
College stores; Bénézet, Louis Tomlinson, 1915-; Dedications
Louis T. Bénézet gives a speech in front of shelves of textbooks inside the Huntley Bookstore at its 1969 November 6 dedication. Seated (left to right) are: Charles T. Richardson, Earl W. Huntley, and an unidentified woman.
Plaque reads: "The Garrison Theater - This center for the performing arts was initially made possible through the generous gifts of these funding donors - Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Garrison, the Ford Foundation, Pomona College, Honnold Foundation...
College stores; Avery, R. Stanton, 1907-; Bénézet, Louis Tomlinson, 1915-; Dedications
Four gentlemen flank the bookstore's dedication plaque. Standing (left to right) are: R. Stanton Avery, Earl W. Huntley, Louis T. Bénézet, and Charles T. Richardson. This photograph was taken at the 1969 November 6 dedication.
Earl W. Huntley and an unidentified woman look at the dedication plaque at the bookstore dedication on 1969 November 6. Plaque reads: "Huntley Bookstore, made possible through the generosity of Mr. and Mrs. Earl W. Huntley. Mr. Huntley served as...
College buildings; Bénézet, Louis Tomlinson, 1915-; Dedications
Mrs. Ruth Harper Munger cuts the ribbon at the re-dedication of Harper Hall. Also pictured (left to right) behind her are Louis T. Bénézet, president of the Claremont University Consortium, and Charles T. Richardson of the Board of Fellows.