YWCA group on steps of Sumner Hall, Pomona College
A large group of women, members of the Pomona College chapter of the YWCA, sit on the steps of Sumner Hall for a group photograph. From left to right on the first row: unidentified, Flora Sanborn, Florence Parker, Anne Jencks, Avis Smith, Alice Maria Parker, Gertrude Smith, Ellen Decker, Martha Moles, Katherine Twinting, and unidentified. Second row: Elizabeth Campbell, unidentified, Agnes Taylor, Mrs. Kinney (dress all in black with a headdress), unidentified, Harriette Smith, Anna Kelso, Rub
Portrait of unidentified woman
An unidentified woman wearing a scarf tied in a bow around her neck and a tuxedo blouse sits in front of a dark backdrop.
Football squad, Pomona College
Members of the Pomona College football team pose for a photograph in their positions in front of Sumner Hall [what is now Marston Quadrangle]. Edward Milliken is second row on the far right and Morris Cadwalader is to his left. Verne Hendrickson is second row, fourth from the right (crouching), and Wallace Robb is to his left (standing with his thumbs in his belt loops). C. Howard Ross is second row, forth from the left.
Members of Pomona College Dean Edwin C. Norton's family sit for a photograph on an enclosed porch. Edwin Norton stands in the middle of the second row.
Pomona College class of 1905 women on steps of Pearsons Hall
Junior women of the class of 1905 pose for a photograph on the steps of Pearsons Hall wearing felt hats with bows. Ruth Richmond is first from the left on the second to the top step.
Charles Howard Ross
C. Howard Ross stands in front of a tile roofed building wearing a fishman's cap and suit.
Cajole Club, Pomona College
Members of the Cajole Club seated in chairs in the Pomona College Literature Society room in Holmes Hall. Front row, from left to right: James Culbertson, Morrill Boynton, William Jencks, Guy Eads, George Hume. Second row (seated), from left to right: Edward Milliken, Howard Ross, Ralph Noble, unidentified. On the back row, Roy Thomas is third from the left, Winston Dickson [the first African American student at Pomona College] is fifth from the right, and Leonard Withington is on the far rig
Mary Dozier with baby
Mary Dozier sits in a rocking chair with baby Franklin Dozier asleep in her lap.
Hotel Del Monte grounds
Ivy covered trees and a dirt road on the grounds of the Hotel Del Monte.
Unidentified man in rocking chair
An unidentified man sitting in a rocking chair next to a fireplace. A picture of Jesus is hanging behind him.
Pomona College class of 1906 women on Holmes Hall porch
Junior women of the class of 1906 pose for a photograph on the Holmes Hall porch wearing mortarboards.
First Baptist Church of Los Angeles, exterior
Exterior of the First Baptist Church of Los Angeles at its original location at Sixth Street and Broadway, circa 1890s.
Boynton and Dozier family
Mary and Barton Dozier with their three sons (front row). Charles and Leila Boynton (back row). Mary Boynton Dozier and Charles Boynton are siblings. Barton Dozier is also the father of Leila Dozier Boynton (the wife of Charles Boynton).
First Baptist Church of Los Angeles, interior
The interior of the First Baptist Church of Los Angeles decorated with flowers.
Billy Sunday and Family at Home, Mount Hood, Winona Lake, Indiana
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Trudy Gail Adams about 1978
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Regulation of Body Processes
By the end of this section, you will be able to:
Theatre Grads return to URI Stage
The "Out Loud Theatre'' group is touring throughout the state with a show that helps women of all shapes and sizes learn how to accept and, ultimately, embrace their bodies. With URI graduates and current students among their ranks, it was natural that one of their stops would be URI. For more information visit: www.outloudtheatre.org
Gulf State Park Beach, Gulf Shores, Alabama
This image is a color photograph of nine young women sitting on Gulf State Park Beach in Gulf Shores, Ala. Postcard text: (back) World travelers have pronounced outstanding the beauty of the beaches in Alabama's Gulf State Park in lower Baldwin County. Potentially a Riveira of the Southeast, this view during the summer months is typical of the attractions which make this recreation spot one of the most visited areas in the South.
(Editors note: Unfortunately the last few minutes of the question and answer session are missing from the podcast owing to technical difficulties.) Renzo Martens will present a special screening of his film Episode III, (88 minutes). Episode III - 'Enjoy Poverty' investigates the emotional and economic value of Africa's most lucrative export: filmed poverty. As with more traditional African exports such as cocoa and gold, the suppliers of this new African commodity hardly benefit from it at all.