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    • Amateur 1859

    • literary societies; students; Literature;
    • The Amphictyon Society was a male literary society founded in 1857 at Hillsdale College. This is the first issue of a literary journal published by the society. Contributions were anonymous.
    • 1874 Fire Appeal

    • Fire; Fund raising;
    • After the Fire of 1874, the College needed to replace two-thirds of the Central Building. It was decided, rather than replicate the original design, it would be more prudent to build five separate buildings. This appeal was widely sent to alumni...
    • Hillsdale College

    • Buildings;
    • This in one of the latest postcards taken of Hillsdale College. The panorama should from left to right; Moss Hall, Strosaker, Kresge Hall behind Central Hall, Mossey Library and Delp Hall. The photograph is dated around 2002. The verso label...
    • Stock Field House

    • gymnasiums; Stock Fieldhouse
    • The caption on the verso of this card reads" Field House, Hillsdale College, Hillsdale, Michigan. Recently remodeled through the generosity of the Stock family, local industrialists, this building now contains gynmasiums for both men and women; a...
    • Central Hall

    • Central Hall; administration buildings;
    • The caption on the verso reads " Central Hall, Hillsdale College, Hillsdale, Michigan. This building with its well-known 'towered and ivied walls,' houses the offices of administration, the alumni and public relations offices, the college book...
    • Central Hall

    • Central Hall; administration buildings
    • The caption on the verso reads "Hillsdale College; Hillsdale, Michigan Central Hall, center of the College administration, symbolized Hillsdale's heritage. Its tower,visible for many miles, and its chimes, represent the traditions of Hillsdale...
    • Martin Field, Hillsdale College  Hillsdale, Mich.

    • baseball; baseball fields; East Hall; Central Hall; Worthing Hall; athletes; students
    • This postcard show a baseball game being played on Martin Field on the north side of Central Hall. The baseball field was named in honor of Professor Duncan M. Martin in 1897. Although Marting was a professor of mathematics, he did much to...
    • President Mauck's Residence, Hillsdale, Mich.

    • presidents; buildings; fraternity houses; Alpha Tau Omega
    • This postcard shows the home of President Joseph William Mauck, president of Hillsdale College from 1902-1922. The Mauck's home was known as Sunnycrest. This postcard is postmarked "Hillsdale June 15 1 PM 1929 Mich" It is addressed to "Mrs. R....
    • Broadlawn

    • presidents; buildings;
    • The title on the verso "Hillsdale College; Hillsdale, Michigan. This is Broadlawn, the beautiful pillared colonial home of the president of Hillsdale College. Located on Hillsdale St., this lot contained the original home of President Durgin. The...
    • Hillsdale College, 1886-1910, Hillsdale, Michigan

    • Central Hall; East Hall; Worthing Hall; Fine Arts Building; Knowlton Hall
    • This postcard shows Hillsdale College campus from the southeast corner looking to the northwest. This configuration of campus lasted for some 90 years. The postcard is addressed to Miss Ida Sperling c/o Dr. M. L. C. N, New Bern, Minn. and is...
    • Central Hall, Hillsdale College, Hillsdale, Mich.

    • Central Hall; Worthing Hall; administration buildings;
    • A tinted postcard of Central Hall with Worthing Hall to the left. Postmarked, "Hillsdale Oct 4, 13 1 pm Mich." This card was mailed to "Mrs. Elgiva Graham, Maumee St. Adrian, Mich." and reads "Hillsdale Oct 3 - 13 Dear Mamma, I will drop a card now...
    • Koon Hall

    • Koon Hall; dormitories
    • The caption on the verso of this postcard reads "Hillsdale College; Hillsdale, Michigan Ezra L. Koon residence for men has been an honor dorm since its completion in 1958. It provides a small group enviornment designed to encourage leadership...
    • Mauck Hall

    • Mauck Hall; dormitories;
    • The verso of this postcard reads "Frances Ball Mauck Dormitory, Hillsdale College, Hillsdale, Michigan. This building for upper-class women, was deciated in 1927 as a memorial to Mrs.Joseph W. Mauck, wife of President-Emeritus Mauck, and for...

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