Page 125 A-Top Left: Aerial view of the completed Dutch Quad.
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Page 32 C-Bottom Left: Thompson Barrich, '61; Civil War Solider
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Page 73 A-Top: Men's Varsity Football Team.
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Page 82 B-Bottom: Dorothy Griffin Griffin, '34. became a businesswoman and president of the Varflex Corporation in Rome, New York.
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Endsheet: Illustration of the Willett Street Building (photograph missing)
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Page 210 A-Top: Ronald A. Bosco, Distinguished Service Professor of English.
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Page 12: Gideon Hawley
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Page 56: Illustration of the Husted, Draper and Hawley buildings on the downtown campus
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Page 168 B-Bottom: Kevin Burke of the Geological Sciences Department.
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Page 92: Hawley Library Reading Room.
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Page 68 A-Top: Students in the Industrial Arts Program.
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Page 76 B-Bottom: A homecoming Dormitory Fund float.
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Page 15: Friend Humphrey; Mayor of Albany 1834-1845, 1849-1850
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Page 88 A-Left: Political Scientist Robert Rienow served in the Army and later served for many years as an Officer in the New York National Guard.
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Page 170 B-Bottom: Dean John Schumaker, Director M.E. Grenander and Deputy Director Hugh Maclean of the Institute for Humanistic Studies.
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Page 135: State University of New York at Albany's first G.E. College Bowl team.
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Page 211: Fuerza Latina, a student group, celebrates Hispanic heritage and culture with a celebration on the podium.
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Page 36 A-Left: Cover of the Program for the Closing Exercises of the Philomathean Society
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Page 215 B-Right: William Weitz, '92, Student Association President and Student Trustee to the SUNY Board of Trustees
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Page 205: Spectators on Fountain Day. (photograph missing)
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Page 104 A-Top: Faculty member Ralph Tibbets, MA, '42 (education).
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Page 186 A-Top: Political Activism returned in the 1980s, including protests to encourage the State University of New York to adopt a policy of divestment of holdings in companies doing business in South Africa until apartheid was eradicated.
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Page 122 B-Bottom: Dr. Arthur Collins, '48 presents Robert Steinhauer, '62 with the Agnes Futterer Award.
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Page 118: Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller throws a shovelful of dirt on the Albany Country Club's 16th fairway to mark the ground-breaking of the new campus.
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Page 59 B-Top Right: Bertha Brimmer, '00
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Page 134: The two campuses were, and still are, connected by University-operated buses.
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Page 153 A-Left: Alice Hastings Murphy, MLS '40, speaking at the dedication of the libraries.
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Page 125 C-Bottom: The Main Fountain Area and Lecture Centers under construction.
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Page 20: Oldest Extant Diploma for George H. Dunham
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Page 125 B-Top Right: A section of pre-cast concrete is hoisted onto the Education Building.
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Page 17: William Franklin Phelps, '45; Founder of Model School
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Page 197: Fountain Day 1991.
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Page 112 A-Top: Hillel member Marvin Wayne, '49 and group advisor Rabbi Moseson
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Page 76 A-Top: The Menorah Society, a Jewish religious group founded in 1923.
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Page 52: Delta Omega Sorority
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Page 100 A-Top: Students in a Sayles Hall dorm room.
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Page 148: 1971 Telethon participants.
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Page 181 B-Bottom: Kris Kristofferson and Jane Fonda in the Campus Center's Assembly Hall, which was converted for the filming of the movie Rollover.
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Page 149 B-Bottom: Students outdoors with a keg.
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Page 137 A-Top: Clifton C. Thorne, Vice President for Student Affairs.
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Page 202: The Authors and Editors Recognition Program.
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Page 116 A-Left: Edith O. Wallace, '17 and first chairperson of the Division of Humanities.
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Page 184 A-Top: The Center for Women in Government: Ronnie Steiberg, director of research and implementation for the Center, Executive Director Nancy Perlman and State Commissioner of Public Service Karen Burnstein announce the findings of a study.
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Page 101: Students gathered in the drawing room in Pierce Hall.
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Page 75 A-Top: Women dancing in the parlor of Newman Hall at 741 Madison Avenue.
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Page 66 A-Top: Myskania, which founded the Student Association in 1921. Myskania continued to exist as the Student Judiciary until the 1970s.
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Page 69 B-Bottom: Edna Merrit, '18, was one of many Albany graduates who became missionaries. She is pictured here in 1936 with the junior high graduating class at Sienyu in Fukien, China.
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Page 151 A-Top: Drew Zambelli, Secretary to Governor Mario Cuomo.
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Page 195: Governor Mario Cuomo chatting with student members of Purple and Gold following Commencement.