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<span itemprop="name">Page 161: Graduates of the Educational Opportunities Program from the Class of 1974</span>
<span itemprop="name">Page 217: Chancellor of the State University of New York D. Bruce Johnstone presents the Presidential Medallion to H. Patrick Swygert at the President's Inauguration.</span>
<span itemprop="name">Page 114 B-Bottom: Campus Day 1948: John Jennings, '49 (center) the first African-American student elected president of the Student Association (1948-1949) presents Donald Ely, '51, leader of the victorious Green Gremlins with the Campus Day Cup as Harold "Sparky" Vaugh, '50, leader of the Yellow Jackets, looks on.</span>
<span itemprop="name">Page 45: Front Cover of Vol. 16 No. 2 of The Echo</span>
<span itemprop="name">Page 71 A-Top: Panoramic view of campus highlighting 1929 addition of (l-r) Milne, Page and Richardson Halls.</span>
<span itemprop="name">Page 98 B-Bottom: Ellen Stokes, Dean of Women.</span>
<span itemprop="name">Page 31: Kate Stoneman, '66; New York suffragist and first women to pass the bar exam in New York State</span>
<span itemprop="name">Page 194: Dr. David Axelrod addressing the crowd at Commencement.</span>
<span itemprop="name">Page 142: "The Cave" in Husted Cafeteria.</span>
<span itemprop="name">Page 126: Walter Tisdale, a retired U.S. Army Engineer, served as the University's liaison with the architect and successfully influenced the final design of the campus.</span>
<span itemprop="name">Page 68 B-Bottom: Women's Gymnastics Class.</span>
<span itemprop="name">Page 32 E-Bottom Right: Andress B. Hull, '62 Civil War Captain</span>
<span itemprop="name">Page 138 A-Top Left: Merlin Hathaway joined the staff in 1944 and oversaw the rapid expansion of physical education and intercollegiate athletics in the 1960s.</span>
<span itemprop="name">Page 89 B-Bottom Left: Jack Smith, '43, later a long-time physics professor at Albany, was present at the explosion of the first atomic bomb in New Mexico in 1945.</span>
<span itemprop="name">Page 104 B-Bottom: Faculty member Vivian Hopkins (English and comparative literature).</span>
<span itemprop="name">Page 183 A-Top: Collins Fellow and Psychology Professor Shirley C. Brown.</span>
<span itemprop="name">Page 77 B-Bottom: "Dean Pierce's Idea of Sigma Nu Kappa House," a cartoon from the Psi Gamma Sorority publication The Pretzel.</span>
<span itemprop="name">Page 189 B-Bottom: Zoraida Davis, '91, star player on the women's softball team.</span>
<span itemprop="name">Page 180: Convocation and Procession for the Opening of the Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy. Grand Marshal Eugene McLaren of Chemistry leads, followed by Provost Warren and Commencement Speaker Alice Rivlin, former director of the Congressional Budget Office.</span>
<span itemprop="name">Page 85 E-Middle Right: Faculty member Mattie Green (physician)</span>
<span itemprop="name">Page 59 C-Bottom Right: Anna Boocheever de Beer, '12</span>
<span itemprop="name">Page 174 A-Left: Michael Lampert, '73, became a prominent litigator in New York and New Jersey.</span>
<span itemprop="name">Page 122 A-Top: Quarter Century Club members Henrietta Brett, '15, Jacob Epstein, '15 and Florence Linindoll Hilton, '31 on Alumni Day.</span>
<span itemprop="name">Page 90: Kappa Beta reunion dinner to commemorate the final State College servicemen having been discharged from war service.</span>
<span itemprop="name">Page 50: Professor Wetmore's Natural Sciences Laboratory in the Willett Street Building</span>
<span itemprop="name">Page 143: U.N. Secretary General U Thant visited the campus in 1966 as part of a University Seminar Series on Peaceful Change.</span>
<span itemprop="name">Page 91: College centennial observation.  From left to right: author John Erksine; Regent Leland Thompson; U.S. Commissioner of Education George Stoddard; Judge Newton B. VanDerzee; President John Sayles.</span>
<span itemprop="name">Page 71 B-Bottom: Class of 1920 and 1922 at a Halloween Party.</span>
<span itemprop="name">Page 176: Physics Professor Alain Kaloyeros with graduate students.</span>
<span itemprop="name">Page 35 B-Bottom: Edward B. Horton, '86</span>
<span itemprop="name">Page 110 B-Bottom: Christmas Formal dance, sponsored by the Inter-Sorority and Inter-Fraternity Councils</span>
<span itemprop="name">Page 115 B-Top Right: Clarence Rappleyea, '57</span>
<span itemprop="name">Page 214 B-Bottom Left: Susan Molinari, '80, '81, the first Albany graduate ever elected to Congress.</span>
<span itemprop="name">Page 99 A-Top Left: Construction of Brubacher Hall.</span>
<span itemprop="name">Page 159:  A protest on Alumni Quad against the state's action during the Attica Prison uprising.</span>
<span itemprop="name">Page 147 B-Bottom: Action shot of the men's soccer team.</span>
<span itemprop="name">Page 152: Sigma Tau Beta, winners of the prize for best float in the 1969 Homecoming Parade.</span>
<span itemprop="name">Page 127 A-Top: The laying of the cornerstone on Dutch Quad.</span>
<span itemprop="name">Page 73 B-Bottom: Men's Tennis Team.</span>
<span itemprop="name">Page 81: Agnes Futterer</span>
<span itemprop="name">Chapter II: The Normal School 1848 to 1890, pages 25-44</span>
<span itemprop="name">Page 158: A protest in support of the Black Panthers at the State Capitol.</span>
<span itemprop="name">Page 167: (l to r) Louis Salkever, Vice President for Research and Graduate Studies; unidentified; John Hartigan, Assistant Vice President for Finance; President Emmett Fields; and John Hartley, Vice President for Business and Finance.</span>
<span itemprop="name">Page 138 C-Bottom Left: Mathematics professor Violet Larney began teaching at Albany in 1952 and saw the transition of mathematics from an undergraduate teaching department to a graduate and research-oriented unit.</span>
<span itemprop="name">Page 140 A-Top: Members of the Atmospheric Sciences Research Center on a field trip to Yellowstone.</span>
<span itemprop="name">Page 183 C-Bottom Right: Edward Crowley of the Art Department.</span>
<span itemprop="name">Page 105 B-Bottom: Faculty member Josiah Phinney (economics).</span>
<span itemprop="name">Page 107 B-Bottom: A biology laboratory.</span>
<span itemprop="name">Chapter I: Beginnings 1844 to 1848, pages 11-24</span>
<span itemprop="name">Page 69 A-Top: Leanard Anderson Blue, first Dean of the College.</span>