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    • 1922 Rose Bowl Footage

    • Rose Bowl; West, Charles; Washington & Jefferson College
    • This links you to a video containing footage from the 1922 Rose Bowl game. Click the link above to view the file. (This will take you to an external site called Vimeo.)
    • 1922 Rose Bowl Footage

    • Rose Bowl; West, Charles; Washington & Jefferson College
    • This links you to a video containing footage from the 1922 Rose Bowl game. Click the link above to view the file. (This will take you to an external site called Vimeo.)
    • 1922 W&J Football Team Photo

    • Washington and Jefferson College (Washington, Pa.); College Sports; Football; Rose Bowl (Football game)
    • This is a photograph of the football squad that traveled to the 1922 Rose Bowl. Charles West is in the front row, third from the right.
    • 1964 Cheerleaders

    • Cheerleaders; Student Organizations; Weiss, Erick W. (Class of 1967); Birnbaum, Jay E. (Class of 1967); Lewis, Clifford B. (Class of 1967); Roessler, A. Barry (Class of 1967); Matrtindale, Thomas W. (Class of 1967); Imperato, unknown
    • Photograph of 1964 cheerleaders taken on the lawn in front of Old Main and Old Gym. A copy of this photo appears in the 1964 Pandora. Left to right - row one: E. Weiss, C. Lewis, J. Birnbaum; row two: A. Roessler, T. Martindale; row three: Imperato
    • Aerial view of Main Campus (ca. 1930's)

    • Old Main; Old Gym; Old Church; McMillan Hall; Thompson Memorial; Thistle Physics Building; Church of the Covenant; College President's House; Main Campus; East Washington, Pa.
    • Aerial view of W&J's Main Campus in the 1930’s. Clockwise from left: Old Gym, Old Main, McMillan Hall, Thompson Memorial Library, and Thistle Physics Building. East Washington can be seen in the background.
    • Alexander B. Brown (1847-1856)

    • Jefferson College (Canonsburg, Pa.); College presidents
    • Rev. Brown was elected the seventh president of Jefferson College October 14, 1847. He was the son of the fifth president of Jefferson College, Matthew Brown, and had been a member of the faculty, listed as Professor of Belles Lettres and Adjunct...
    • Alonzo Linn

    • Linn, Alonzo (1827-1901); Washington & Jefferson College (Washington, Pa); Faculty; Class of 1849; College Vice Presidents
    • Alonzo Linn graduated from Jefferson College in 1849. He became a professor at Jefferson College in 1857, teaching Greek, political economy, history, and ancient languages. He was later vice president of Washington & Jefferson College and served...
    • Andrew Wylie (1817-1828)

    • Washington College (Washington, Pa.) 1806-1865; College presidents
    • Rev. Wylie was elected the second president of Washington College on April 30, 1817, a year after resigning as president of Jefferson College. He was born April 12, 1789, in Washington County, Pennsylvania, and graduated from Jefferson College in...
    • Army Administration School

    • Army Administration School; World War, 1939-1945; Old Main
    • Army Administration School students march to class in Old Main. AAS students trained in Army classification on the Washington & Jefferson College campus from December 1942 to May 1944.
    • Army Special Training Corps (ca. 1943)

    • Army Special Training Unit; South Campus; World War, 1939-1945; College War Memorial (South Campus); Army Administration School
    • The U.S. Army Specialized Training Corps stand at attention on South Campus, ca. 1943. The ASTC arrived on campus in the summer of 1943. The soldiers of this unit received intensive training in basic engineering.
    • Army Special Training Program (ca. 1943)

    • McIlvaine Hall; Army Special Training Unit; South Campus; Lazear Hall; College War Memorial (South Campus); United States. Army. Women; World War, 1939-1945; Army Administration School
    • Army Special Training Units stand in formation in front of McIlvaine Hall on South Campus, ca. 1943. For 18 months, from December 1942 to May 1944, army units received special war training on W&J’s campus.
    • Athletic Team (1895)

    • Athletic Team; Sports, Intermural; Track and Field; Stewart, Gilbert W. (Class of 1897); Gates, John Jr. (Class of 1896); Blayney, John S. (Class of 1896); Inglis, William D. (Class of 1897); Fiscus, Newell S. (Class of 1896); Core, Karl L. (Class...
    • The 1895 Athletic Team as pictured in the 1897 Pandora. Front row from left to right: G. Stewart, J. Gates, K. Core. Middle row from left to right: J. Blayney, W. Inglis, N. Fiscus. Back row from left to right: H. Smith, A. Frye, J. Ely, H. Leith,...
    • Banjo, Mandolin & Guitar Club (ca. 1890)

    • Banjo, Mandolin and Guitar Club; Student Organizations; Bands; Nesbit, Hugh B. (Class of 1892); Poole, Arthur F. (Class of 1891); Marks, L. B.; Mevay, Benjamin F. (Class of 1893); Sweeney, Willam H. (Class of 1891); Myers, Harry R. (Class of 1893);...
    • Washington & Jefferson College Banjo, Mandolin & Guitar Club pictured ca. 1890. Seated: H. Nesbit, A. Poole; second row: L. Marks, B. Mevay, W. Sweeney, H. Myers, P. Gardner, J. Singley, H. Bell; standing: B. Hughes, unidentified, C. Fleming, M....
    • Banjo, Mandolin & Guitar Club (ca. 1893)

    • Banjo, Mandolin and Guitar Club; Miller, Julius Philip, Jr. (Class of 1893); Mevay, Benjamin Franklin (Class of 1893); Maxwell, William Wilson (Class of 1893); Bands; Student Organizations
    • Pictured are Julius "Julie" Miller with guitar, Wilson Maxwell with guitar, and Ben Mevay with the mandolin. The three graduated in 1893. The banjo player is unidentified.
    • Benjamin F. Mevay

    • Class of 1893; Mevay, Benjamin F. (Class of 1893); Commencements
    • This class photo of Benjamin Franklin Mevay is the earliest photograph of a W&J student in cap and gown. The cap and gown for graduates was introduced at W&J in 1892.
    • Bill Amos (1928)

    • Football; Sports, Intermural (Football Captain & Fullback); Amos, William E. (1898- ); Class of 1928
    • All-American fullback Bill Amos, Class of 1928, starred on W&J's nationally-ranked teams of 1926-1928. He was elected captain in 1926.

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