Group portrait of the residents of Gridley Hall dormitory during 1887/88, including students and resident college staff. People involved: Lucia Elizabeth Danforth; Emma Lincoln; Charlotte R. Willard; Frances Cousens Gage; Dora Elizabeth Fishback; Mary E. Beach; Nellie Comelia Clark; Linnie Lewis; Mabel Rebecca Colwell; Mary Rebecca Hart
A collection of photos collected and organized by Carleton College student, Paul Barney, Class of 1895. Barney later received his D. D. S. from the University of Minnesota and later was a dentist in the Mankato, Minnesota area.
Group portrait of Carleton students of German, posed with books inside Gridley Hall. Pictured are: Gracia L. Jenks; Carlos Eben Allen; Alice E. Andrews; James E. Jenks; Wiliam J. McCarthy; Maude V. Willsey; William W. Taylor; Gertrude Woodruff; May E. Donovan; May H. Cravath; James F. Chapman; Josie Drucilla Allen; Wilmer E. Griffith; Alfaretta H. Jenkins; Harlan W. Fisk; Katherine L. Donaldson; Paul W. Barney.
Second of a pair of posed images showing the board of the Class of 1893 Algol (Carleton yearbook) in a tidy, energetic "before" stage, and in an exhausted, worn-out "after" stage. Pictured are: Elmer Lanpher Coffeen; Katherine L. Donaldson; Alice E. Andrews; Robert D. Taylor; Elizabeth M. Bissell; Gertrude Woodruff; Luella Turrell; and Albert Lewis Sperry.
First of a pair of posed images showing the board of the Class of 1893 Algol (Carleton yearbook) in a tidy, energetic "before" stage, and in an exhausted, worn-out "after" stage. Pictured are: Elmer Lanpher Coffeen; Katherine L. Donaldson; Alice E. Andrews; Robert D. Taylor; Elizabeth M. Bissell; Gertrude Woodruff; Luella Turrell; and Albert Lewis Sperry.
A group of girls photographed in Wabasha, Minnesota. At least one of the girls became a Carleton student at a later date. Anna Satory Hicks (in the middle of the photo) is a daughter of John and Genevieve Satory, mother of John Hicks and great-aunt of John Satory (La Crosse, Wisconsin).
A collection of photos collected and organized by Carleton College student, Edith Griffith, Class of 1896. Her album includes photos from 1892 to 1926. She collected the majority of photos while she was at Carleton College until she was graduated in 1896.
Carleton students who left school for military service during the Spanish-American War, in training with the 12th Minnesota Infantry at Chickamauga. Pictured are: John Gleed Redding. Frank Knapp, Ernest Lundeen, Fred Smith, and George G. Larson.
Campus view of Carleton College including Gridley Hall, Scoville Memorial Library, Willis Hall, the original Observatory, and Williams Hall. A handwritten note on the back of the postcard reads "Before 1905; (From Ruth Eddy Blanding)."
The plan shows the original plan of the Chapel at Carleton College was located in the north of the campus. Administration and museum facing First Street.The plan also shows girls' dormitory facing First Street and Nevada Street; boys' dormitory located between Union Street and First Street. Scale: one inch equals one hundred feet.
Group portrait of the Carleton faculty in 1902. Pictured are: Ernest Jones; Lucia Danforth; Caroline Linnell; Herbert C. Wilson; Margaret J. Evans; James W. Strong; Horace Goodhue; Lucian W. Chaney; Frederick E. Stratton; Anna T. Lincoln; William Wallace Payne; George Huntington; Daniel Magnus; Isabella Watson; Frances Murison; Eugene W. Lyman; Harlan W. Page; Grace L. Robinson; Bruce V. Hill; Wilmot V. Metcalf; Mrs. William L. Gray; and William L. Gray.
Members of the Carleton College faculty gather for the inauguration of Carleton's second President, William Henry Sallmon. A handwritten note on the back of the postcard reads in part "Sallmon inaugural procession; about 1903."
Group photograph of participants in a treeplanting ceremony conducted in connection with the inauguration of President William H. Sallmon. Pictured are: William Laird; James Woodward Strong; Alice Trubee Sallmon; William Henry Sallmon.