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.
Art; Art Exhibitions; Art in universities and colleges; Art works; College students
Curing an art exhibit in the Clark Humanities Museum, a man looks over a large canvas, while a woman in the back ground reads a book and another reads a display board. Crop marks can be seen around the border of the photograph.
This photo of Bridges Auditorium with the snow-covered San Gabriel mountains in the background was taken from the roof of Sumner Hall. The ground appears wet as if it has recently rained. A high, thin cloud layer blankets the sky.
An interior setup of chairs, pews, tapestry, and ceiling is seen from the the stage viewpoint in the auditorium of Balch Hall. Chairs fill the middle of the floor, while pews are set on the sides and back of the auditorium. An ornamental tapestry...
College buildings; Building sites; Building sites equipment; Trucks; Ladders; Trees; Dormitories
Benson Hall under construction. A truck is parked alongside the building and a ladder is propped against the building's entrance. Planks of wood lay in piles on the ground. Berger Hall is visible in the distance.
College students; Desks; Bookcases; Books; Bottles; Dormitories Furniture, equipment, etc.; Television Receivers and reception; Newspapers
Two students play a game on the floor next to a bed. Newspapers lie on the ground behind one of the men and a television sits on top of two crates. Books are on top of a desk and on shelves. Crop marks are written on the front of the...
Three women dance together in formation. A note taped onto the photo reads "shoot for very high contrast, drop out top b.ground if poss. page 13". Orange crop marks can be seen in the upper corners of the photograph as well.