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Photographs (and negatives) of students in choir, in classrooms, diving, protesting, etc., by Dante Tranquille of the Utica Daily Press

 Unprocessed Material
Identifier: yhm-arc-2007-008

Content Description

Photographs, 13 prints, 3 negatives, of Hamilton College activities: 5" x 4" negative of pro-Cowley protest by students (1941?); 2 negatives of choir (1972?); 13 photographs of students: looking at HC sign; eating in pub (basement of Commons?); diving in pool (in Alumni gym?); walking out door with ski equipment; "Musical fellowship around the piano at the Psi Upsilon Fraternity House"; students in class; James Library; book cage; eating in Commons (tapestry or mural); "... Honor student Dick Troxell ... work[s] far into the night"; student with 1949 banner and Shakespeare grave rubbing; 2 photos "Prof. Earl Count ... chats over coffee in Commons lounge with students Dick Hehmeyer and Bob Conklin," also Winton Tolles' spaniel, Elmer. By Dante Tranquille of the Utica Daily Press. --

Acquisition Type



purchased from ebay

Restrictions Apply



  • Majority of material found within 1941 - 1972
  • Photographs Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings