• Created Date
  • 1893-1894
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  • Springfield College
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  • This photograph shows the students from the class of 1894 at Springfield College, at the time known as the International YMCA Training School. Beneath the photograph is a handwritten list of the student’s names and hometowns (NOTE: Names may contain minor errors, due to legibility of handwriting): C. F. B. Wall (Holy Cross, Ireland), A. W. Brown (Yarmouth, N.S.), R. J. Marlin (East Hastings, N.S.), B. J. Loring (Holyoke, Mass.), D. J. Kelly (I... more
    This photograph shows the students from the class of 1894 at Springfield College, at the time known as the International YMCA Training School. Beneath the photograph is a handwritten list of the student’s names and hometowns (NOTE: Names may contain minor errors, due to legibility of handwriting): C. F. B. Wall (Holy Cross, Ireland), A. W. Brown (Yarmouth, N.S.), R. J. Marlin (East Hastings, N.S.), B. J. Loring (Holyoke, Mass.), D. J. Kelly (Ireland), R. Horner (Switzerland), G. C. Hatt (N.B.), G. L. Sabler (Oneida, New York), W. E. McKee (Plainville, Connecticutt), W. S. Morgan (Lockport, New York), F. L. Sibley (Springfield, Massachusetts), A. Bayley (Cheshire, Connecticut), F. C. Clarkson (Scotland), J. J. Dovey (Lockport, New York), E. M. Triplett (Burlington, Iowa), W. A. Fairbanks (Westboro, Massachusetts), H. L. Dietz (Oakland, California), E. M. Worth (New Bedford, Mass), A. E. Bunting (Ellenville, New York), B. C. Gustin (New York City), D. C. Stephens (Toronto, Ontario), L. Welzmiller (New York City), D. L. Rogers (New Britain, Connecticut), W. Hjorth (Copenhagen, Denmark), Frank Holman (London, Ontario), F. H. Foster (Springfield, Massachusetts), L. E. Ballard, E. A. King (Attleboro, Massachusetts), J. E. Badger (Hanover, New Hampshire), J. W. Smith (New Bedford, Massachuscetts), J. J. Black (Springfield, Massachusetts), E. C. Theis (Paris, France), Maurice Ross (Cape Breton, N. S.), C. H. Carey (Williamsport, Pa), W. S. Breton (Cattaraugus, New York), W. H. Kinnicuff (New Bedford, Massachusetts), W. J. MCleery (Spencerport, New York), J. W. Lutz (Beaver Falls, PA), P. S. Page (Williamsport, Pennsylvania). Of particular importance is William Morgan, the inventor of Volleyball, who is the last man on the right in the upper row. Morgan creates Volleyball in 1895 at the Holyoke, Massachusetts YMCA, a little over a year after graduating from Springfield College. Back Row: R.J. Martin, B.T. Loring, 2nd Row: C.F.B. Wall, A.W. Brown, A. Bayley, D.F. Kelley, R. Horner, G.C. Hatt, G.L. Gabler, W.E. McKee, W.G. Morgan, 3rd Row: F.L. Sibley, C. Lantz, M. Ritchie, T.C. Clarkson, J.J. Davey, E.M. Triplett, W.A. Fairbanks, H.L. Dietz, 4th Row: E.M. Worth, A.E. Bunting, B.C. Austin, D.C. Stephens, L. Welzmiller, D.L. Rogers, W. Hjorth, F. Holman, 5th row: F.H. Foster, L.E. Ballard, E.A. King, J.E. Badger, F.W. Smith, J.F. Black, W.J. McCleery, J.W. Lutz, 6th Row: E.C. Theis, M. Ross, C.H. Carey, W.S. Burton, W.H. Kinnicutt, P.S. Page. less
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