View of two women in a Pomona College women's dormitory. Both are seated on the floor surrounded by papers, a binder and a small file box. The woman on the left is pulling something out of the box and both are examining it.
Looking west across the campus. The Norman F. Sprague Memorial Library (tall building at top) is flanked by the W. M. Keck Laboratories and the Jacobs Science Center (on left) and the Parsons Engineering Building (on right). The two U-shaped...
Looking east across the campus. Three U-shaped buildings at top of photo are (clock-wise from top left): North Residence Hall, Mildred Mudd Hall (a.k.a. East Hall), and West Residence Hall. The building in the top right corner of the campus is...
View of Blanchard Park (The Wash) at Pomona College. Note by Will Jenks: "Looking North East from corner of 7th and College Avenue in 1897 before my father and I began cutting brush and leveling. We are both in the picture. Will Jencks '04. No...
Close up of architectural details above main entrance at Bridges Auditorium. Photo layered with transparent red plastic film. Orange crop marks and notations in both black and orange appear in margins.
Institute for Antiquity and Christianity.; College buildings
A view of a man walking in front of the Institute for Antiquity and Christianity, which is covered with ivy. The words over the entrance door and on the sign in front both read: "Institute for Antiquity and Christianity."
Pomona College (Claremont, Calif.); College buildings
The front of Pearsons Hall at Pomona College. The writing on the image at the top reads: "Showing the only cement sidewalks in Claremont in 1900. College (Warren) Ave. both macadamized and unpaved. Condit house and barn in background."
Pomona College (Claremont, Calif.); Houses; College buildings
Front-left corner of house. A full hedge appears around the lawn of the building, and bushes have grown on both sides of the front stairs. The Replica House was constructed in the likeness of the first Pomona College house.
Pomona College (Claremont, Calif.); Newspapers; College buildings
A photograph captures the title page of the first edition of the student newspaper, titled "The Pomona Student" (Vol. 1 No. 1, November 1889). At the center of the photo is a drawing of Sumner Hall, originally called Claremont Hall. The description...
A man holds a net while others look in a hole during a biology field trip with professor Dan Gurthrie. The folder containing this image is labeled both as external studies and field trip. The specific location in the image is not clear.
Star Court at Scripps College, as seen through an archway at Toll Hall. Both levels of the two-story building can be seen from this angle. A beautiful star-shaped fountain pool is centered in the courtyard.