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1. Jayne Anne Phillips

2. Photo of Caroline Smith Page, taken by J. Paul Martin"s New Star Gallery, Cor. 8th & Keeler Sts., Boone, Iowa

3. Photo of Caroline Smith Page, taken by Genelli, Sioux City, Iowa

4. Photo of Stephen R. Page, taken by J. Paul Martin, Photographer, Boone, Iowa

5. Photo of the Page farmhouse, Boone, Iowa - With handwritten inscription "Great Grandfather Page's Farm, Boone, Iowa. Kate Page's home, unknown profile, Kate and sister?"

6. ASP Staff

7. Page 51: Drawing class on the new campus

8. Page 32 D-Bottom Middle: J. Oscar Blakely, '62; Civil War Soldier

9. Page 35 A-Top: Senzaburo Kodzu, '77: First International Student

10. Page 199: H. Patrick Swygert was appointed the fifteenth President of the University in 1990. (photograph missing)

11. Page 39 A-Left: Mary McClellan, '68; teacher of English Grammar and History at the Normal School

12. Page 208: The 149th Commencement at Knickerbocker Arena

13. Page 191 A-Top: Sung Bok Kim, Dean of Undergraduate Studies.

14. Page 214 A-Top Left: Mary Anne Croty, MPA '82, Governor Mario Cuomo's Director of State Operations

15. Page 85 D-Middle Center: Faculty member Robert Frederick (education)

16. Page 54 A-Top: William B. Aspinwall, '00

17. Page 72: Women's Horseback Riding Team.

18. Page 207 A-Top: Members of the University Council

19. Page 78 A-Top: The Class of 1931 during their freshman year.

21. Page 65 B-Bottom: Students engaged in Red Cross War Work.

22. Page 173 B-Right: Aretha Franklin

23. Page 13 A-Top: Alonzo Potter, Member of the First Executive Committee

24. Page 185: Richard Nathan, Distinguished Professor of Public Policy and Provost of the Rockefeller College.

25. Page 209 B-Top Right: World Week.

26. Page 34 A-Left: Caroline G. Parker; Normal School Student and Sister of Ely S. Parker

27. Page 191: Students on computers.

28. Page 175 A-Top: A performance of Marat Sade in 1972 was directed by faculty member Jarka Burian.

29. Page 84: Abram Brubacher

30. Page 32 B-Top Right: Albert N. Husted, '55; Mathematics Professor and Lt. and later Cpt. in 44th NY Volunteer Company

31. Page 212: The 1993 Pan-Hellenic Council

32. Page 203: Tom Smith, Professor of English and associate director of the New York Writers Institute addresses the Authors and Editors Recognition Program.

33. Page 163: Harry L. Hamilton, professor of atmospheric science, speaks at a Senate meeting. Students focused on gaining membership in the University Senate in 1969.

35. Page 171 B-Top Right: Professor Marguerite Warren of the School of Criminal Justice.

36. Page 87 B-Right: John Sayles, who succeeded Brubacher as Acting President in 1939 and President in 1941.

37. Page 162: Louis T. Benezet succeeded Evan Collins as President in 1970 after a year-long term by Acting President Kuusisto.

38. Page 224: About the Author: Kendall A. Birr, Professor Emeritus of History.

39. Page 201 B-Bottom: Anthropologist Dean Falk.

40. Page 153 B-Right: President Evan R. Collins at the formal dedication of the new campus.

41. Page 10: David Perkins Page, First Principal of the Normal School

42. Page 215 A-Left: Derek Westbrook, '92, president of ASUBA, student assistant in the Educational Opportunities Program and 1992 Commencement student speaker.

43. Page 121: Rivalry Week.

44. Page 98 A-Top: Edgar Flinton, Dean of Graduate Studies.

45. Page 67 A-Top: A group of women students have a "Freshman Party at '25," from the scrapbook of Dorothy Graninger, '16.

46. Page 184 B-Bottom: David Barlow and Edward Blanchard, co-directors of the Center for Stress and Anxiety Disorders.

47. Page 13 B-Bottom: Horace Mann, Educational Reformer

48. Page 54 B-Bottom: M. Harriet Bishop

49. Page 28 A-Top: Samuel B. Woolworth, Principal 1852-1856

50. Page 58: Student cast from the 1911 production of The Rivals

51. Page 182 A-Top: Distinguished Teaching Professor Margaret Stewart of the Biological Sciences Department.

53. Page 32 A-Middle Right: Rodney G. Kimball; Mathematics Professor and 44th NY Volunteers Captain

54. Page 85 B-Top Middle: Faculty member Ruth Hutchins (art)

55. Page 139 B-Bottom Left: Collegium Arcanum members (l to r) M.I. Berger, Richard Kendall, Harry Staley, Walter Knotts, Morris Eson, Kendall Birr and Arthur Collins

56. Page 144: Page 1 of the student publication Suppression

57. Page 40: Albert N. Husted later in life.

58. Page 178: Vincent O'Leary was named President in 1978 after serving for a year as Acting President. He was previously Dean of the School of Criminal Justice.

59. Page 47 A-Top: William J. Milne; President 1889-1914

60. Page 138 B-Top Right: Helen Horowitz came to Albany in 1960 in economics and became one of the most respected undergraduate teachers in the University.

62. Page 88 B-Right: Thurston T. Paul, '35, in his service uniform.

63. Page 111 A-Top: Agnes Futterer fencing with Arthur Lennig, '55, future faculty member.

64. Page 44: The Echo Editorial Board

65. Page 198: Ed Lemon, '94 carries the ball against St. Lawrence.

66. Page 190 B-Bottom: Madeline Cuomo, '86.

67. Page 210 B-Bottom: Shirley Jones, Distinguished Service Professor of Social Welfare.

68. Page 47 B-Bottom: Andrew Draper; First New York Commissioner of Education

70. Page 57 A-Top: State Normal College Men's Basketball Team

71. Page 169: John Dewey of the Geological Sciences Department.

72. Page 107 A-Top: A chemistry laboratory.

73. Page 30: William Jones '68, Professor of Mathematics 1869-1890, First Principal of Model School, 1890

74. Page 103: A favorite activity in the 1950s and early 1960s was a visit to the Brubacher Snack Bar.

75. Page 48: Ruins of the Willett Street Building after it was gutted by fire.

76. Page 174 C-Bottom Right: Cathy Ladman, '75, a popular standup comic.

77. Page 145: Janis Joplin performing on campus.

78. Page 85 A-Top Left: Dean Milton Nelson

79. Page 156: Congressman Ogden Reid address a Vietnam Moratorium on the Podium.

80. Page 204: Fountain Day Festivities

81. Page 116 B-Right: Cover of the Saturday Review with a glowing endorsement of the College.

82. Page 78 B-Bottom: "A Day at Ken Miller's farm, during which the Potter Club may or may not have been born."

83. Page 129: Old mascot "Pierre the Ped-guin" and a new banner with the Great Dane mascot.

85. Page 16: Cover of the 1847 Annual Register and Circular of the State Normal School

86. Page 173 A-Top Left: Miles Davis

87. Page 34 B-Right: Nicholson Henry Parker, Normal School Student and Interpreter for the Iroquois Nation

88. Page 67 B-Bottom: A group of male students seated on the steps of their boarding house.

89. Page 109 A-Top: Women's gym class in the Page Gym.

90. Page 187: Michael Corso, '83, '84, was elected President of the Student Association in 1982-1983

92. Page 127 B-Bottom: The time capsule placed into the Dutch Quad cornerstone.

93. Page 133: Sigma Tau Beta rush.

94. Page 109 B-Bottom: Women's softball game.

95. Page 61: Members of the Class of 1911 at their fifth reunion in 1916

96. Page 154: Dialogue Days: Acting President Allan Kuusisto canceled classes following student demonstrations.

98. Page 29 A-Top: Oliver Arey, Principal 1864-1867

99. Page 57 B-Bottom: State Normal College Women's Basketball Team

100. Page 189 A-Top: Albany's club crew team training on the Hudson River.