• Created Date
  • 1950-1975
  • Publisher
  • Springfield College
  • Description
  • A photograph of a student sitting in a locker room in Judd Gymnasia. The locker rooms were in the bottom floor, or garden level, of the building. Judd Gymnasia was the first building erected on the new land purchased for the YMCA Training School, now Springfield College, along Massasoit Lake in Springfield, Massachusetts. Morrissey and Shea’s Corporation completed construction on the building in September of 1894 and it was formally opened on ... more
    A photograph of a student sitting in a locker room in Judd Gymnasia. The locker rooms were in the bottom floor, or garden level, of the building. Judd Gymnasia was the first building erected on the new land purchased for the YMCA Training School, now Springfield College, along Massasoit Lake in Springfield, Massachusetts. Morrissey and Shea’s Corporation completed construction on the building in September of 1894 and it was formally opened on October 26, 1894. In 1910, trustees authorized the addition of a second gymnasium and swimming pool. The entire building was renovated in 2010, with occupancy beginning in September of 2010. A formal Ribbon Cutting Ceremony to open Judd Gymnasia was held on October 13, 2010. Another ceremony was held on May 19, 2011 as a Dedication of the Stitzer YMCA Center that makes up a part of the facilities in the building, including the use of the East Gymnasium as a conference center for the YMCA and the Office of YMCA Relations and the YMCA Hall of Fame in the Springfield College History Museum. This photograph is the same or very similar to rg127-01-02-12-002; Series were added to this collection, changing the file name. File names of the uploaded files contain the old name. less
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  • Photographs
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