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Kalamazoo Bicyclists in...
Beebe, Harry H., 1866-1...
Kalamazoo (Mich.)
Title Kalamazoo Bicyclists in a studio
Date 1898-10
Description Three men and three women in studio portrait holding bicycles wearing approriate clothes for riding. Women wear straw hats. All wear American flags in pockets and lapels. Two men wearing suits, one man wearing more casual outfit with cap in hand. Typed text on the lower portion of the photograph identifies the photographer as Harry Beebe at 134 South Burdick Street, Kalamazoo, Michigan. The bicyclists were likely a part of the Kalamazoo Grand Jubilee Bicycle Parade in October 1898 to celebrate national peace following the end of the Spanish-American War.
Large group in assembly...
Title Large group in assembly room, Western State Normal School
Time Period [1900 - 1909, 1910 - 1919]
Description Large group, possibly students and faculty, in formal wear seated in an assembly room at Western State Normal School.
Party group in gym, Adm...
ca. 1920
Title Party group in gym, Administration Building, Western State Normal School
Date ca. 1920
Time Period 1920 - 1929
Description Formally dressed party group at event in the Gym of Western State Normal School. In the center, a band sits under a pavilion. A flag on left reads “WSNS.” Banner to the right reads: "Manual Training - now watch us grow". “Spaeth” is hand written in white ink on the lower left of photograph.
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