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Top, “Nature and Revelation, the Twins of Heaven.” Baldwin School seal, created by EdwardDuffieldNeill ,1853.ImagefromBaldwinSchoolhandbill,1859.CourtesyMacalester College Archives, DeWitt Wallace Library. Bottom, Macalester College seal. Courtesy Macalester College Archives, DeWitt Wallace Library. Above, Minnesota State Officers, 1861–62. Promotional handbill. Note Edward D. Neill at no. 10, top of star. Courtesy Minnesota Historical Society. Opposite, top, Edward Duffield Neill. Photograph ca. 1885. Courtesy Macalester College Archives, DeWitt Wallace Library. Opposite, bottom, Edward Duffield Neill and family at home. Stereograph ca. 1860. Courtesy Minnesota Historical Society. Opposite, top, Winslow House, St. Anthony (Minneapolis), Minnesota. Photograph ca. 1870. Courtesy Minnesota Historical Society. Opposite,bottom, JesusCollegeHandbill,ca.1871.CourtesyMinnesotaHistoricalSociety. Above, Charles Macalester, photograph undated. Courtesy Macalester College Archives, DeWitt Wallace Library. Opposite, top, Amherst College, Amherst, Massachusetts. Woodcut ca. 1853. Courtesy Minnesota Historical Society. Opposite, bottom, Plat map of Macalester Park by Elmer and Newell, 1883. Courtesy Minnesota Historical Society. Top, Macalester College and Summit Avenue. Northwest Magazine, April 1886. Courtesy Minnesota Historical Society. Bottom, Intersection of Summit and Snelling avenues, St. Paul, Minnesota. View is to the west, down Summit, showing Macalester faculty housing on the left. Photograph ca. 1886. Courtesy Macalester College Archives, DeWitt Wallace Library. Top, Macalester College, original East Wing. Photograph ca. 1886. Courtesy Macalester College Archives, DeWitt Wallace Library. Bottom, Map of St. Paul, Minneapolis, and environs, which was used on the Macalester College stationary in the late 1880s. Courtesy Minnesota Historical Society. Opposite, top, Thomas McCurdy. Photograph ca. 1885. Courtesy Macalester College Archives, DeWitt Wallace Library. Opposite, bottom, The East and new West Wings of Macalester College (left), shed, President’s house (1586 Summit Avenue), Wallace house (1596 Summit Avenue), Eutrophian Hall (Grand Avenue), Faculty House (1620 Summit Avenue), and Ramsey School (Grand Avenue). Photograph ca. 1890. Courtesy Macalester College Archives, DeWitt Wallace Library. Opposite, Macalester College class of 1889, the first college-level graduating class. Photograph ca. 1889. 1. George Achard, 2. Joseph W. Cochrane, 3. Benjamin W. Irwin, 4. S. W. Kirkwood, 5. William P. Lee, 6. E. P. E. McCurdy. Courtesy Macalester College Archives, DeWitt Wallace Library. Above, Macalester College class of 1890. From left: T. T. Creswell, J. L. Underwood, W. P. Kirkwood, J. K. Hall, A. A. Randall, M. A. Clark, W. H. Humphrey. Photograph 1890. Courtesy Macalester College Archives, DeWitt Wallace Library. Above, James Wallace. Photograph ca. 1890. Courtesy Macalester College Archives, DeWitt Wallace Library. Opposite, top, Women students of Macalester College. Front row: Frances Blair Oakley Leck, Almira Fulton Lewis. Second row: Nellie Flanders Sherwin, Hulda Eckern, Katherine McMillan, Mable Emma Dunlop, Belle Campbell. Third row: Florence Julia Watson, Anna Moore Dickson, Winifred Viola Moore, Louise Pederson, Mary E. Mackin. Back row: Miss Kellogg, Alma Dodds, Janet Watson Dade, Mary Ella Borchert, Clara Jackson Kingery. Photograph ca. 1896–97. Courtesy Macalester College Archives, DeWitt Wallace Library. Bottom, Wallace Hall dining room, Macalester College. Photograph ca. 1907. Courtesy Macalester College Archives, DeWitt Wallace Library. Opposite, top, “We Want Men.” Promotional handbill ca. 1912. Courtesy Presbyterian Historical Society, Presbyterian Church (USA), Philadelphia. Opposite,bottom,Studenthazingprank,MacalesterCollege.Photographca.1923.Courtesy Minnesota Historical Society. Above,MargaretDotyandClarenceFicken(right)celebrateMacalester’sGoldenJubilee with Donald Cowling (left), President of Carleton College. Photograph 1936. Courtesy Minnesota Historical Society. Above, James Wallace being pinned with a homecoming button by Macalester students Fern Stolberg [?], Frances Solman [?], and Elizabeth Thornton [?]. Photograph ca. 1938. Courtesy Macalester College Archives, DeWitt Wallace Library. Top, Homecoming bonfire in Shaw Field. Photograph 1946. Courtesy Minnesota Historical Society. Bottom, Macville, temporary housing for students who had served in World War II and their families. Photograph 1946. Courtesy Macalester College Archives, DeWitt Wallace Library. Opposite, top, Residents of Macville. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wiebusch and Mr. and Mrs. William Bowell. Photograph 1946. Courtesy Macalester College Archives, DeWitt Wallace Library. Opposite, bottom, Macalester student supporters of Ohio senator Robert Taft’s bid for the Republican presidential nomination in 1948. Taft, a staunch conservative who had opposedentryintoWorldWarIIandFranklinRoosevelt’sNewDeal,lostthenomination to the more moderate Thomas E. Dewey. Photograph ca. 1947. Photograph by Philip C. Dittes, courtesy Minnesota Historical Society. Above,Macalesterstudentsupportersof DemocraticpresidentialcandidateAdlaiStevenson . Photograph October 1952. Courtesy Macalester College Archives, DeWitt Wallace Library. Top, Macalester supporters of Progressive Party presidential candidate Henry Wallace (second from right). From left, Professor Mary Gwen Owen, student Walter Mondale, PresidentCharlesTurck.Photograph1948.PhotographbyEugeneDebsBecker,courtesy Minnesota Historical Society. Bottom,CharlesTurck,HubertH.Humphrey,andstudentWalterMondale.Photograph ca. 1948. Courtesy Macalester College Archives, DeWitt Wallace Library. Top,MacalesterCollegecheerleaderswearingtheScottishoutfitsdesignedbyMainbocher. Photograph 1955. Courtesy Macalester College Archives, DeWitt Wallace Library. Bottom, Macalester Bagpipe Band. Photograph 1955. Photograph by Norton and Peel, courtesy Minnesota...

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ISBN
9780816673346
Related ISBN
9780816656264
MARC Record
OCLC
648711615
Pages
424
Launched on MUSE
2014-01-01
Language
English
Open Access
No
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