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  • Springfield College
  • Created Date
  • 1906
  • Publisher
  • Springfield College
  • Description
  • This photograph shows the students who graduated in 1906 from the International YMCA Training School, now known as Springfield College. The students shown, left to right, are [seated] Francis E. Seybolt, Carl H. Goodwin, Herbert S. Smith, [second row] Walter Arthur Giles, Louis Everett Day, Raymond D. Tucker, John William Storey, William H. J. Beckett, Fred G. Platt, Harry J. Thompson, [third row] Walter F. Cobb, Walter L. Hawkes, George P. Pe... more
    This photograph shows the students who graduated in 1906 from the International YMCA Training School, now known as Springfield College. The students shown, left to right, are [seated] Francis E. Seybolt, Carl H. Goodwin, Herbert S. Smith, [second row] Walter Arthur Giles, Louis Everett Day, Raymond D. Tucker, John William Storey, William H. J. Beckett, Fred G. Platt, Harry J. Thompson, [third row] Walter F. Cobb, Walter L. Hawkes, George P. Peckham, Sanford B. Buckland, Frank D. Smith, Albert L. Goldsmith, [fourth row] Antonio R. S. Pereira, H. H. Hamilton, Franklin J. Gray, Albert I. Prettyman, John Herric Lawson, Joseph Tennyson Seller, Oscar Victor Marks, and Appleton A. Mason. One post-graduate student graduated in 1906, but he was not included in this photograph. During this time, students had the option of enrolling in one of two courses: the secretarial course or the physical course. This was the first class to receive the new degree offered at Springfield College. William Beckett, third from right in the second row, was the first man to receive the new diploma. Part of "Senior Class" (1906). less
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