Three Pomona College students on a camping trip. The photograph is titled (in the upper left corner) "Roughing It" and the students are identified (from left to right) as: Pease, Howard Ross and Bill Jencks.
Three Pomona College students on a camping trip. The photograph is titled "On Top of Old Baldy" and the first two students are identified (left to right) as: M.G. Boynton and C. Howard Ross. The third is unidentified.
Pomona College students on a camping trip. The photograph is titled in the upper left corner "At Home in the Hills." On the image, the students have been identified by their last names. Seated from left to right are Pease, Boynton and C.H. Ross.
Pomona College stduents in the mountains during an outdoor student activity. This photograph was part of a scrapbook and is titled "In Bear Canyon." The women are identified (from left to right) as: "Nellie Parsons, Laura Squire, Edna Rout, Clara...
Scripps College; College buildings; Statues; Courtyards; Trees; Lampposts; Men; Women; Young women; College students; Sculpture
Individuals visit outside the Humanities Building near a sculpture by Scripps Professor (1939-65) Albert Stewart titled "Man and Nature," which was donated by the 1968-69 Parents Council of Scripps College.
Postcards; Pomona College (Claremont, Calif.); College buildings
A photograph of eight postcards of Pomona College. Postcards are titled as follows (left to right, top to bottom): "College Avenue and Gates", "Rembrandt Hall", "Swimming Pool", "Carnegie Library", "Ye Claremont Inn", "Patio, Bridges Hall",...
A view of the sculpture affectionately called "Suzy Scripps" in Waste Court, the courtyard of Frankel and Routt Halls at Scripps College. The sculpture, created by Georg Kolbe, is titled "Young Woman, Standing Figure."
College students; Student activities; Dormitories; Dormitory life; Pomona College (Claremont, Calif.)
A Pomona College student in a dormitory room. The student is on a bed holding a magazine titled "Fantastic Story." Next to the bed is a bucket that reads "Betsy Ross Ice Cream" with a cord leading from it to his arm so as to resemble a hospital IV.
Interior view of a women's dormitory. A woman is seated on a bed reading a magazine titled "Cosmopolitan." Next to the bed is a small table with a radio. Next to that is a standing lamp and a large chair. On the wall behind her is a picture of...
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...