Harvey Mudd College; Statues; Fountains; Libraries; Norman F. Sprague Memorial Library
View of the Venus fountain in Hixon Court with Sprague Library in the background. "C-E-L-E-B-R-A-T-I-O-N" is spelled out in large letters in the windows of one of the upper levels of the library to mark the completion of the "Impact '72" capital...
Commencement ceremonies; College presidents; Academic costume;
Then-President Mark Curtis is seated second from left. Speaker at podium is likely Commencement speaker Clarence H. Faust, former president of the Fund for the Advancement of Education and former vice president of The Ford Foundation.
Art; Art Exhibitions; Art in universities and colleges; Art works; Painting; Sculpture
A man takes three women around an art exhibit with paintings and sculptures. A black line can be seen on the right of the photograph, it is probably a mark of where to crop the photograph. The back of the photograph reads "July."
Academic costume; Commencement ceremonies; College presidents;
President Mark Curtis (second from left), Dr. Margaret McKenzie (third from left), and others are pictured at Commencement. McKenzie, Scripps class of 1940, was a professor of German at Vassar College and spoke on "The Humanities of Today's World."