Pitzer College; Buildings; Photography; Art Exhibitions; Women; Men
An art show of the work of Arthur Dubinsky, Pitzer College's first photographer, in the Scott Hall lobby. A sticker on the back of the image reads: "Pitzer College--Scott Hall lobby--Arthur Dubinsky (photographer)--Art Showing."
Two women play at two different pianos. Chairs and music stands are strewn about the room. Crop marks can be seen around the border of the photograph. Kedzie Penfield (Class of 1969) is seated in front.
Interior of a dormitory hallway. The women pictured include (fifth from left) Joan Sutphen, class of 1968; (third from left) Karen Cummings, class of 1968; (second from left) Collette Nance. One of the men on the right is holding a white suitcase.
Female Pitzer students eating in a dining hall. Pitzer College used the dining hall at Claremont McKenna College until McConnell Center opened in 1968. Since this picture is not dated, it is unclear as to whether the photo was taken in the Pitzer...
Scripps College; Courtyards; Young women; College students; Statues; Sculpture; Art works
A student reads in the inner court of the Bette Cree Edwards Humanities Building, near sculpture "Man and Nature" by Scripps Professor (1939-65) Albert Stewart. This sculpture was donated by the 1968-69 Parents Council of Scripps College.
Seal Court features mosaic murals around the pond created by various students since the 1940s. The seals were originally designed by Lawrence Tenney Stevens, modeled in clay by Jean McBurney, and fired by William Manker, Scripps ceramics professor...