This post card shows three college girls, including Esther Johnson and Mabel Lucken, and is addressed to Miss Amelia Turner, Ladies Hall, School of Agriculture, St. Paul, Minn. The back reads, "Dear Amelia: I suppose you are already beginning to cram for the exams. We are going to a surprise party for our mailman tonight. I have only 5 weeks of school left. E.J."
Four young men are shown posing in cadet uniforms and holding guns in this post card studio portrait. The message on the back is addressed to Miss Hannah Ivarson, Carlton, Minn., c/o Henning Ivarson.: "Clarkfield, Minn., July 25, '07. Hello. Did I forget who you was or did you forget who you was, well it makes no difference. Do you [know] the sports in the white suits, some of them I suppose. I am living fine and hope you the same. Send me a postal or something like it if you care to. Your friend, J. L. Anderson, Clarkfield, Minn."
Students are walking along a road lined by power lines in or near St. Peter. They are wearing fine clothes for the occasion. Inscribed on the front of the card, in Swedish, is ""På väg hem efter att ha varit uppe vid stationen och mött Kronobergarne."" Translation: "On the way home after having been up to the station and met the people from Kronoberg." On the back side is the photo's title and the nickname "Fickle"
Senior class of 1910 poses in caps and gowns on the steps of Laird Hall on the Carleton College campus. Typewritten text on back reads "Class of 1910 Oct. 9 I believe 1909. Dr. Cowling was to be inaugurated that day. We, as the senior [sic] class, wore caps and gowns for the first time that day and carried our class flower, the golden chrysanthanum [sic], Outside of the Congregational Church I think it was, after the inaugural ceremonies, we formed a double line on each side of the walk and crossed our long stemmed flowers over Dr. Cowling's head as he walked from the church."
Senior students gather in their hats and gowns for Donald J. Cowling's inauguration as Carleton's third President. Typewritten text on the back reads "Class of 1910 lined up waiting for President Cowling after his inauguration Oct. 18th 1909." Handwritten text on the back reads "received from Alice Wilson Bisbee August 1965."
Students from the classes of 1913 and 1914 sit on the steps of Gridley Hall dormitory for women on the Carleton College campus. Students pictured include Jacob A. Riegel, Strabo V. Claggett, William F. Schroeder, Sylvan J. Crooker, Elmer G. Gillott, Florence Peterson, Florence Baker, Marguerite Ward, Mary Dale, Luella Norwood.