Yesterday I looked in a folder called “Elections” and I was pleasantly surprised to discover a real jumble. The word really covers a lot of territory, doesn’t it? Some of the images were from campus elections in the 1950s, before the college system rendered the system of class officers obsolete. This was taken in 1954, by the gym I believe:
Then there was an entirely different set of images, these of students voting in the November 1984 election at a polling place in front of the gallery in Sewall Hall:
And note the candidates’s signs along the side of the building.
The “Andrews” sign may well date this picture from last week:
Tomorrow, one more batch, which seem unrelated to either of these two.
Bonus: See the two bluish doors on either side of the George R. Brown arch?
There are numbers on them. This is the one on the left:
And here’s the one on the right:
I find this quite amusing. I walked all the way around the building and if there’s a 2 I didn’t see it.