Pomona College (Claremont, Calif.); Commencement ceremonies;Horse-drawn vehicles
Students in cap and gown gather in front of foundations of Carnegie Hall Library, Pomona College in 1907. Holmes Hall is in the background. A photographer stands on a raised platform in center and several horse-drawn buggies wait along the road....
Scripps College; Building sites; Building materials; Scaffolding
Construction of the Millard Sheets Art Center at Scripps College takes place. Concrete and dirt are brought in to begin building. Workers build around the trees. A work vehicles is seen in the midst of the construction.
Pomona College (Claremont, Calif.); Dormitories; Plants
One male student and three female students walk down the street in front of the first dormitory at Pomona College. Each wears a jacket or coat. The women are dressed in skirts, and the man wears a hat and long pants. The street is paved, and on it...
Harvey Mudd College; Dormitories; College presidents; Platt, Joseph B., 1915-
Joseph Platt and two young men are turning to look at something in the courtyard of the recently-completed Mildred E. Mudd Hall. Several are parked on each side of the building and vehicles. Some rubble from the construction process remains.
Pomona College (Claremont, Calif.); College buildings; Clothing and dress; Horse-drawn vehicles
A gathering a the original location of the building. Constructed in 1887-8, Sumner Hall was relocated in 1922. People stand in the windows, on the porch, and on the ground in front of the building. Others approach the building in horse-drawn wagons.
Pomona College (Claremont, Calif.); College buildings; Horse-drawn vehicles
A horse-drawn carriage in front of the building at its original location. Constructed in 1887-8, Sumner Hall was relocated in 1922. The photograph has faded, and handwriting written on the back of the photo can be seen. It reads: "Sumner Hall....
Student activities; College students; Horse-drawn vehicles
A horse-drawn vehicle stops to pick up Pomona College students for an outing. Writing on the reverse of the photograph reads: "Off for a picnic, from Fredendall's house, 1912." Further writing indicates this photograph was given by C.A. Reed, 1906.