• Creator
  • W. H. Drew, Stereopticons
  • Created Date
  • 1900-1910
  • Publisher
  • Springfield College
  • Description
  • This lantern slide shows two images: Hartford High School (Hartford, CT) in the lower-left corner and a portrait of Lewis W. Allen in the upper-right corner. Lewis Warren Allen graduated in 1888 from the School for Christian Workers, now known as Springfield College. Immediately after graduation, he served as the Physical Director of the Springfield YMCA in Massachusetts. In 1891, he moved to Rochester, New York, and held the same position at ... more
    This lantern slide shows two images: Hartford High School (Hartford, CT) in the lower-left corner and a portrait of Lewis W. Allen in the upper-right corner. Lewis Warren Allen graduated in 1888 from the School for Christian Workers, now known as Springfield College. Immediately after graduation, he served as the Physical Director of the Springfield YMCA in Massachusetts. In 1891, he moved to Rochester, New York, and held the same position at the local YMCA. From 1894-1898, he again served in this capacity at the Hartford YMCA in Connecticut. In 1899, he served as the Physical Director of the Hartford High School, where he stayed until the 1920s. Allen died July 11, 1944. Text on border reads, "L. W. Allen '88, Phys Dir high School, Hartford, Ct. less
  • Format
  • Photographs
  • Rights
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