Richard Uriah Jones, Acting Registrar (possibly in absence of Dr. Kingery); Gertrude Crist, Secretary to the President; and Charles MacKean, Auditor, in the Executive Office at Macalester College, St. Paul, Minnesota.
Sam Cookman, Macalester College engineer and janitor, looking at machinery. Two students are in the doorway in the background. The caption on the back reads, "Old Engine room + Sam Cookman - Electric Light Plant."
Group shot of members of the Class of 1915. The back of the postcard, to Clarence Willmert from his brother Bert, reads in part, "This picture was taken after the flag-rush was over. The Freshman girls are not all there and also some of the boys went away and did not know we were going to have a picture taken. The day was quite dark, and pretty cold to [sic], because a lot of them have got overcoats on."
Group portrait of the Clionian Society. First row (left to right): Florence Hunt, Florence Buckbee, Dorothy Baumgart, Ella Stearns, Louise Davison, and Gertrude Smith. Second row (l-r): Adeline Rosenbrock, Cassie Stoddart, Carrie Alvord, Isabella Dodds, and Florence Switzer. Third row (l-r): Leonora Bye, Bernice Kellogg, Katie White, Edna Stewart, and Elva Davis. Fourth row (l-r): Forence Otis, Della Trotter, Helen Stratte, Selma Stratte, Marion Jones, and Vera Zimbeck.
Female studentss standing in front of Old Main, as seen from inside the entryway of Old Main. Wallace Hall can be seen in the background. The caption on the back reads, "Macalester College picnic 1910."
1908 graduates in caps and gowns, with East and West Old Main in the background. Students identified are (left to right): James Todd Guy; Nina Foy Johnson; Rosella Evans; Martha Olson; Lydia Anna Schroedel; Lucy Hysolp; Richard Stanley Brown; Ralph Brinks; Luke Marvin; Walter Mell Hobart; (missing); Clarence Stearns; Hanna Sophia Berg; Peter McEwen; Margaret Kennedy; Margaret Elizabeth Guy; Clifford C. Cornwell; Edith Fredrica Cale; Robert Sinclair Wallace; Evan Milton Evans; Albert Peterson; Margaret Lakey; George Aiken.
Group portrait of 1905-1906 co-ed Hyperion Society in front of a backdrop. Front row (left to right): Gilchrist, Jones, and Smith. Second row (l-r): McDonald, S. Brown, Payne, Thompson, N. Johnson, Acheson, and Piper. Third row (l-r): R. Jones, H. Jones, Evans, Marvin, Kale, Throop, Hyslop, Salisbury, and Hood. Top row (l-r): P. McEwen, Berg, Evans, Leck, McDonald, Barker, R. Wallace, Mahlum, and Fulton.
Percy Brush, Macalester College Class of 1901, standing in a classroom. Contributed by Richard Uriah Jones, Macalester College Class of 1901, and Macalester Head of Chemistry Department 1903-1941, and Dean of the College, 1917-1936.
A.E. Evans, Macalester College Class of 1897, standing holding a guitar in his room. Contributed by Richard Uriah Jones, Macalester College Class of 1901, and Macalester Head of Chemistry Department 1903-1941, and Dean of the College, 1917-1936.
Exterior view of Edwards Hall, a men's boarding club, with group portrait of boarders, 1896. Located on campus at the end of Princeton Avenue. Contributed by Richard Uriah Jones, Macalester College Class of 1901, and Macalester Head of Chemistry Department 1903-1941, and Dean of the College, 1917-1936.
Caption on the back reads, "James Murray in his room. Cont. by Dean R.U. Jones." Dean Jones was Macalester Class of 1901, Head of the Chemistry Department from 1903-1941, and Dean of the College from 1917-1936.
Group of ten men outdoors in front of a tent, at Lake Geneva, Wisconsin in 1894. Individuals identified include Clarence Baker and C.L. Koons. Caption on the back by C.L. Koons, Class of 1898, reads in part, "We run into a R.R. strike, got last Twin City train out of Chicago for two weeks."
Exterior view of Edwards hall, a boarding club for men at Macalester College, with residents posing in front. Edwards Hall was located at the end of Princeton Avenue Caption reads "Early days of Edward's Hall." Contributed by a Class of 1898 alum.
Macalester College buildings and houses, left to right: Old Main, 1st President's House at 1586 Summit Avenue, Wallace House at 1596 Summit Avenue, Eutrophian Hall? Or grocerty? on Grand Avenue, faculty house at 1620 Summit Avenue, Ramsey School on Grand Avenue
Display of the T.H. Lewis Collection of artifacts. These were artifacts taken from Native American burial mounds in the Mississippi River basin, and put on display for a short time at Macalester College. Macalester founder and first President Edward D. Neill was one of the first excavators of the mounds at Burial Mounds Park in St. Paul, Minnesota, and described some of the objects in this collection.