• Created Date
  • 1930-1960
  • Publisher
  • Springfield College
  • Description
  • A photograph of a student reading in the study room of Springfield College's library, Marsh Memorial. The photograph was taken from outside the room in the foyer and looking through the large windows located in the front of the room. The study room (today this room serves as a chapel) features a large stained glass window. Marsh Memorial served as the College’s library until the opening of Babson Library in 1971. After Babson Library was opene... more
    A photograph of a student reading in the study room of Springfield College's library, Marsh Memorial. The photograph was taken from outside the room in the foyer and looking through the large windows located in the front of the room. The study room (today this room serves as a chapel) features a large stained glass window. Marsh Memorial served as the College’s library until the opening of Babson Library in 1971. After Babson Library was opened, Marsh Memorial was renovated for other uses. A chapel was developed in the large room in Marsh which already contained stained glass windows. Marsh is still used for religious purposes today, offering regular worship services for members of the college. Other offices the building houses are the President’s office, the Office of Academic Affairs, and the Department of Public Safety. less
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  • Photographs
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