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Coach Day with Two Students around a Mt. Hood Ice Cream Sign

PUA_MS28_155.jpg

Title

Coach Day with Two Students around a Mt. Hood Ice Cream Sign

Description

A photograph of two Pacific University students and Coach Jesse E. Day posing with a Mt. Hood Ice Cream sign. The caption with the photograph identifies the students as Glen Sheeley and Thomas Fowler. Jesse Day was the "physical director," or coach, at Pacific University around 1918. Fowler reportedly was in possession of the Boxer mascot's tail when he was called-up to fight during World War I. He reunited the tail with the rest of Boxer when he returned to Pacific University soon after World War I ended in November, 1918. This picture appears in an album that was compiled by Greta McIntyre Sheeley, a 1920 Pacific University graduate.

Date

1919-1920

Is Part Of

Greta McIntyre Sheeley Photograph Album (MS.28)

Subject

Pacific University
Student activities
Students--Oregon

Identifier

PUA_MS28_155

Spatial Coverage

Forest Grove, Oregon, United States

Rights

http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/CNE/1.0/

Citation

“Coach Day with Two Students around a Mt. Hood Ice Cream Sign,” Pacific University Archives Exhibits, accessed July 21, 2018, https://exhibits.lib.pacificu.edu/items/show/12806.