Architectural drawing; Bénézet, Louis Tomlinson, 1915-
The groundbreaking ceremony for Harper East took place on 1965 December 2. Pictured next to a set of architectural drawings are (left to right): Ruth Harper Munger, Mrs. William S. Rosecrans, Joseph Pengilly, Luther Lee, and Louis T....
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.
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.
A view of the south entrance to Harper Hall. Image is a postcard and the reverse side reads: "Harper Hall - Ninth Street Entrance - The Claremont Colleges - Claremont, California, 91711 - Located East of College Avenue between Ninth and Tenth...
The groundbreaking ceremony for Harper East was held 1965 December 2. Pictured left to right are Joseph Pengilly and Luther Lee, who is holding the shovel. This color slide was received from Harrison Stephens on 1979 January 31.
This view of the west side of Harper Hall shows the wall inscribed with "This building is a symbol of a house not made with hands wherein shall dwell the spirit of truth, justice and comradeship. - Ellen Browning Scripps"
R. Stanton Avery removes a shovel full of dirt from a square cut out of the asphalt for "Building B" at the groundbreaking ceremony for Harper East. Photograph was taken 1965 December 2. This color slide was received from Harrison Stephens on...
Mrs. William S. Rosecrans breaks ground for the William S. Rosecrans Tower at Harper East. The groundbreaking ceremony took place 1965 December 2. This color slide was received from Harrison Stephens on 1979 January 31.