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Edith Hansen McGill Album

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Edith Hansen McGill Album

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Vibrant Young Woman of the 1920s

Items in the Edith Hansen McGill Album Collection

The Boxer Mascot on a Stump
A photograph of Boxer, the Pacific University mascot, sitting on a stump. The original Boxer was a gift to the school from a missionary named Reverend J. E. Walker. He acquired the Boxer while on a mission trip to China. The Boxer went missing after…

Students Laying on Blankets in the Grass
A photograph of Pacific University students laying on blankets in the grass. There are houses visible in the background. This photograph appears in an album that was compiled by Edith Hansen McGill, a 1930 Pacific University graduate.

Male Student in a Bathrobe
A photograph of a male Pacific University student in his bathrobe. This photograph appears in an album that was compiled by Edith Hansen McGill, a 1930 Pacific University graduate.

Group of Male Students in Pajamas and Bathrobes
A photograph of three Pacific University students in pajamas and bathrobes, posing together outside. Possibly after a campout of some sort. This photograph appears in an album that was compiled by Edith Hansen McGill, a 1930 Pacific University…

Student in a Robe Held by Another Student in a Robe
A photograph of a Pacific University student being held by another student. Both men are wearing bathrobes. This photograph appears in an album that was compiled by Edith Hansen McGill, a 1930 Pacific University graduate.

Students Dressed in Costume for their Performance of The Joy of Morning for the May Day Celebration
A photograph of a group of Pacific University students dressed in costumes. The students performed The Joy of Morning during the May Day Celebration. The May Day celebration tradition at Pacific University began in 1914, and would continue for over…

Two Students Dressed Up for the May Day Celebration
A photograph of two Pacific University students dressed up for the May Day Celebration on campus. The May Day celebration tradition at Pacific University began in 1914, and would continue for over 50 years. A student would be crowned "Queen of the…

Student Performing at the May Day Celebration
A photograph of a Pacific University student performing in a play in front of a large crowd during the May Day Celebration. The May Day celebration tradition at Pacific University began in 1914, and would continue for over 50 years. A student would…

1928 May Day Queen, Florence Bennett
A photograph of the Pacific University's May Day Queen, Florence Bennett. Bennett was a member of the Theta Nu sorority, which nominated her as their representative for the May Day Queen. She was later voted Queen of the May Day Celebration. The May…

Two Students Dressed Up for the May Day Celebration
A photograph of two Pacific University students dressed up for the May Day Celebration on campus in 1928. The May Day celebration tradition at Pacific University began in 1914, and would continue for over 50 years. A student would be crowned "Queen…