Monthly Archives: March 2010

Hounds in history

While scanning some items from the 1965 yearbook, I came across this great photo of the Lambda Chi dog and it was too good not to share… The caption under the photo read, "Khan, the Lambda Chi dog keeps a … Continue reading

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March Madness!!!

Go Butler! While it is a little odd for me to support any college except Wabash, in the final four of the NCAA tournament I am all for Butler. Raised in Indiana my Friday nights were filled with high school … Continue reading

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Wally at the Bat

The last picture that I posted was a fabulous color slide of our baseball team in action decades ago. It is spring on campus and baseball season is underway. This week also sees the launch of a new program here … Continue reading

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Baseball season

Now that spring has finally arrived I thought it might be nice to post a baseball picture.  Isn’t this a beauty? The colors are as clear as the day they were taken in the mid-fifties. These slides were taken by … Continue reading

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Elston Homestead

While working on the Elston exhibit for the Lilly Library I came across some neat photos of the Homestead.  I saw for the first time – and clearly – the Elston Homestead as it was when built.  These photographs are … Continue reading

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President Baldwin

Today I would like to share another of Emeritus Chemistry Professor David A. Phillips’ excellent biographies – He has written a series of biographical sketches of the portraits in the Chapel. These sketches include Edmund O. Hovey and Caleb Mills, … Continue reading

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The Wabash Patient

Hello! While working on a query from a researcher, I came across this fascinating story and thought I would share it with you… From the Wabash Record Bulletin of March of 1921 comes this lovely marriage announcement: 17 – The … Continue reading

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