Page 200: President Swygert and Mrs. Sonja Swygert with members of Purple and Gold.
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Page 179 A-Top: Jeanna Gullahorn, Vice President for Research and Dean of Graduate Studies.
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Page 120: Students protest at the State Capitol over the imposition of tuition.
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Page 151 B-Bottom: Harriet Dyer Adams, MLS '60 and former head of the University Libraries Special Collections in the 1970s.
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Page 170 A-Top: Harry Crull, teacher of the astronomy department, lost in the financial crisis of the 1970s
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Page 173 C-Bottom Left: Eric Clapton
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Page 165: Dr. Nathan Wright was among the earliest members and the first chair of the Afro-American Studies Department.
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Page 89 C-Right: Marjorie Bishop, '42 and another alumni serving in the WAVES.
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Page 192 B-Bottom: Carson Carr Jr., Associate Dean and Director of the Educational Opportunities Program.
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Page 139 A-Top: Randolph Gardner and Richard Teevan.
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Page 74: Syddum Hall in its second location in Englewood Place.
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Page 70: History Professor Adna Wood Risley in class circa 1922. Professor Risley is said to have owned the first automobile in Albany.
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Page 89 A-Top Left: Lt. Zollie Privett in the cockpit of his Tenth Air Force plane.
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Page 86: A field trip in the Pine Bush with Dr. Gertrude Douglas.
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Page 149 A-Top: Students in a dorm room with a guitar.
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Page 188: Richard "Doc" Sauers, Albany's basketball coach and faculty member in Physical Education since 1956, marked his 600th career victory in 1992, making him the winningest coach in NCAA Division III history.
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Dust Jacket: Stained Glass Window
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Page 9: President-elect Cleveland at the Closing Exercises of the State Normal School
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Page 75 B-Bottom: The Chi Sigma Theta Sorority House on State Street.
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Page 207 B-Bottom: The 1993 Alumni(ae) leadership team.