On verso: Augusta H. Dunfee - Sunday - June 21st '91. My mother, Augusta Durfee Flinterman, is in back boat with black parasol! Katherine Durfee Hayt (not a graduate) and Dr. Homes Safford are in front boat.
Back row, left to right: William D. Ball, Rollin E. Drake, Meade Vestal, Eli Moore, W.W. Tidd, Ernest B. Perry, Carl Warden, Frank G. Plain. Front row, left to right: Henry M. Young, A. Ward Copley, Edward D. Bilbye, Lew H. Clement, Walter L. Moor. On verso: Copy by Nicholson Studio; 84 South 9th St.; Noblesville, Ind.
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John Jacob Abel (seated) and his assistant, Archibald Muirhead, in his laboratory (source: Not Just Any Medical School by Horace W. Davenport) On verso: Practical work pictures. Seated: Prof. Abel. 1891
Tappan oak boulder with tablet placed by class of '58
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Bentley Historical Library (collector)
Tree before 1858; boulder ca. 1883; bronze plaque 1904. In spring of 1858 the Class of 1858 named this oak (growing near center of campus) the Tappan Oak as a tribute to then Pres. Henry P. Tappan). Stone was given by the "Tappan Boys" (class of 58) and placed ca. 1883. Plaque created in 1904. Photograph is crumbled and creased.
Albert Kahn, architect. Building dedicated June 15, 1923. Located on South University next to the President's House. At time of construction, West Physics Building was standing to the north. Built to house rare book collection donated by regent William L. Clements. View from west.
On verso: M.U. Med School. Howard H. Herrington (M '94) [center]; Stephen Clifton Glidden (M '94) [second from left]; [donated by] Edwin Andrew Murbach (M '94) left]; James F. Breakey (M '94) [right]; Laurence Chamberlain Grosh (M '96) [on table]
On verso: Jas. A. Breakey, Ann Arbor, Mich.; Laurence C. Grosh, Toledo, O. Attached caption: Howard H. Herrington (M '94) [center]; Laurence C. Grosh (M '96) [left front]; Stephen Clifton Glidden (M '94) [right front]; [donated by] Edwin Andrew Murbach (M '94) [left back]; James F. Breakey (m '94) [right back] (Daybook, image #62)