WWII-Tent Life/New Guinea.
Ink drawing of a native man strolling through the camp among the tents with jungle foliage in the background. Maurice added that if a tent was left unattended the natives would riffle through everything and take things they found interesting, mostly bright colored plastics to make nose ring or earring jewelry.
A 1927 photograph of four women standing in the snow.
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The North side of the College Library (now known as the Academic Programs and Support Center). There is view of the large curved window and snow sprinkled over the ground below.
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