• Creator
  • White Studio
  • Created Date
  • 1910-1914
  • Publisher
  • Springfield College
  • Description
  • Portrait photograph of Springfield College (then the International YMCA Training School) president Laurence L. Doggett in full graduation cap and gown from the mid-1910s. This photograph is used as Doggett's photograph in the Massasoit, Springfield College's yearbook, beginning in 1915. Doggett served as Springfield College's fourth president for close to forty years, retiring in 1936 and remains the school's longest tenured president. Doggett... more
    Portrait photograph of Springfield College (then the International YMCA Training School) president Laurence L. Doggett in full graduation cap and gown from the mid-1910s. This photograph is used as Doggett's photograph in the Massasoit, Springfield College's yearbook, beginning in 1915. Doggett served as Springfield College's fourth president for close to forty years, retiring in 1936 and remains the school's longest tenured president. Doggett was also the school's youngest president taking the position at the age of 31. During his time at Springfield College, Doggett expanded the campus not only in its physical size but also in the size of its student body and faculty. Doggett also implemented the schools humanics philosophy which calls for the education of the whole person - in spirit, mind and body. This philosophy still guides the college today. Doggett died in 1957 at the age of 92. less
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  • Photographs
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