Humanities Building Groundbreaking, With a Bit of Self-Indulgence

Believe it or not, on most days I’m working fairly hard to make these posts interesting to other people. Once in a while, however, I just want to put pictures up because I like them. That’s what I’m doing today. I love these pictures because I love seeing my friends–some now gone, some still here–smiling and gabbing with each other. I wish I could walk right in and ask them all what’s going on.

King Carl and Norman Humanities groundbreaking 99

King Walters, ’53, Carl MacDowell, Norman Hackerman

Gale and Sidney Humanities groundbreaking 99

Gale Stokes, Sidney Burrus, ’57, ’60

These seem to have been taken at the groundbreaking ceremony for the Humanities Building, even though they are dated 1999 and I’m pretty sure that took place in 1998. (They came out of the campus photographer’s collection, so, really, who the hell knows.)

Bonus:  I thought about running a caption contest for this one but better judgment prevailed.

Susie and Mary Humanities groundbreaking 99

Susie Glasscock, ’62, Mary McIntire, ’75

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2 Responses to Humanities Building Groundbreaking, With a Bit of Self-Indulgence

  1. Bill Peebles '70 says:

    In the bonus photo, they might be quoting Bob Seger:
    Against the wind
    I’m still runnin’ against the wind
    I’m older now but still running
    Against the wind

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