Helen Young, daughter of attorney Richard Young and Helen Young reads a book on the rough ground that was soon to become the site of Pitzer College. The photo was taken facing northward towards the San Gabriel Mountains.
Two girls read on the rough ground that will become Pitzer College. The San Gabriel Mountains are in the background. The girl on the left is Helen Young, daughter of Richard Young, attorney, and Helen Young, all of Claremont.
Dormitories;Dormitory life;Pomona College (Claremont, Calif.); College students; Young women; Hairstyles
Three women are pictured in a women's dormitory at Pomona College. One is seated at a desk, one is standing and looking into a hand-held mirror, and one can be seen reclining on a bed behind two opened doors and reading. On the desk is a framed...
College students; Young women; Young men; College administrators; Bicycles; Posters; Fund raising; Skirts; Suits (Clothing); Clothing and dress; Student activities
A woman holds a pair of scissors and a ribbon in her hand. A man holds onto the handlebars of a bicycle while wearing a Santa Claus hat, and a crowd stands behind them. Trees are visible behind the crowd. A poster that says, "Little Miss Smiles...
Claremont (Calif.); Claremont Colleges; Scripps College
A young child stands with lunchbox in hand in front of the Mary B. Eyre Children's School. The school was originally located on what is now the parking lot on the west side of Steele Hall at Scripps College.
Pomona College (Claremont, Calif.); College presidents; Gates, George Augustus, 1851-1912; College students; Young women; Women's clothing; Hats; College buildings
Junior women of the class of 1904 wearing tam-o'-shanters pose for a photograph on the steps of Pearsons Hall with President Gates. Bertha Eldridge and Ada Coy are to the left and right of George Gates. Lucy Atwater, Agnes Taylor, and Georgia...
Scripps College; Courtyards; Young women; College students; Statues; Sculpture; Art works
A student reads in the inner court of the Bette Cree Edwards Humanities Building, near sculpture "Man and Nature" by Scripps Professor (1939-65) Albert Stewart. This sculpture was donated by the 1968-69 Parents Council of Scripps College.