• Creator
  • Art Photo Company, Commercial Photographers
  • Created Date
  • 1931-1935
  • Publisher
  • Springfield College
  • Description
  • This photograph shows a group of men sitting on the steps of the Marsh Memorial Building on the campus of Springfield College. Pictured in the photograph is Leon M. Smith, class of 1935 (circled on the far upper left). The individuals in the photograph and the reason they are photographed is not known. Leon Smith graduated from International YMCA College with a degree in physical and health education, and a minor in general science. Smith play... more
    This photograph shows a group of men sitting on the steps of the Marsh Memorial Building on the campus of Springfield College. Pictured in the photograph is Leon M. Smith, class of 1935 (circled on the far upper left). The individuals in the photograph and the reason they are photographed is not known. Leon Smith graduated from International YMCA College with a degree in physical and health education, and a minor in general science. Smith played on the Freshman team and varsity soccer and track teams for three years (captain senior year). He joined the soccer, volleyball, wrestling, water polo and baseball class teams. He was a member of the varsity and De Molay club for two years, and on the freshman pageant committee. He was an instructor of gymnastics at the Chestnut Street junior high school during the winter of 1934, and was a teacher at the Olivet Community House Sunday group during the winter of 1932. less
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