A picture of Henry Madej (viewer's left), State University of New York at Albany, Class of 1967 (Class President) and 1968 as he presents the statue of Minerva, one of the school's symbols, to Evan R. Collins (viewer's right), President of the State University of New York at Albany from July 1949-June 30, 1969. The event is associated with Alumni Day, 1967. There are crop marks on two sides of the photograph.
A picture of three women in Greek costume as they participate in the New York State College for Teachers Alumni Day festivities, 1916. One appears to be portraying Minerva, a symbolic figure of the school. They are on the downtown campus, standing in front of Draper Hall.
New York State College for Teachers (now the University at Albany) students Dorothy De Cicco, '52 (representing Gamma Kappa Phi), Joan Reilly, '53 (representing Chi Sigma Theta), John Stevenson, '51 (representing Sigma Lambda) and David Wetherby, '51 (Potter Club) follow student tradition and meet at the statue of Minerva, then in Draper Hall. Minerva is one of the symbolic figures of the school.