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Sears Eldredge with Gift Mask933 viewsThis mask was made by the workshop students as a gift to Sears.
Dave ('Ace') Brigode916 viewsPhoto by Paul Buehrle. Paul writes:

"New artifacts found buried in the Mystery Texan archives. Pictures are from the 1971-72 school year. ...

I took these pictures with an ancient Voltlander 35mm using a viewfinder and a flaky handheld lightmeter. These photos were all slides taken in 1971-72 and pretty much stayed in a slide cube all these years.
_FOLIO_ - Page 3893 views
New Food Court / Cafeteria Area882 views
Sny-Phi Grill, 1972880 views
Steve Taggart: MSU ID: 1975879 views
Mike Ricks and Fran Gribble, 1967878 viewsA candid shot in Paris, returning from Leningrad
center: Mike Ricks
right: Fran Gribble
Peoples Park - Michigan State University, May 1970863 viewsDuring the spring of 1970, a "People's Park" sprang up in the quad area south of the Red Cedar River bounded by Erickson Hall on the east, the International Center (bookstore building) on the south, and Wells Hall (math / languages) on the west. Residents pitched tents (and at least one tipi) or set up improvised lean-to's. The area (also dubbed "Free") remained the scene of a persistent resident population, daily passers-through, and regular gatherings through the remainder of that turbulent spring term.

Kevin Fulton has kindly sent in scanned copies of some photos he took back in May 1970 of the People's Park area.

My best guess is that this photo was taken from the south shore of the Red Cedar, between Erickson and Wells, facing south toward the International Center. (- Editor)
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'Hash Avenue' Abode (by Doug Elbinger)863 viewsPhoto by Doug Elbinger.

'Hash Avenue' (and similarly provocative titles) were the unofficial names given to the primary sidewalks in the area where the People's Park tents and other structures were erected.
Impossible Loves: The Princess855 viewsPhoto provided by Sears Eldredge.
JMC Student Campers855 viewsExact timeframe unknown. This photo shows JMC students preparing to leave on a retreat or field trip.
Birds of Sorrow: Monk and Musicians846 viewsMonk: Dale Orrin
Phillips / Grill Doors: Remnants as of October 2002846 viewsAs of fall 2002, the locations of the hinge plates associated with the dividing doors (taken down in spring 1970) were still clearly visible. This photo was taken from the Phillips lower lounge, looking into the former grill area.
1967 JMC Picnic (Gribble, Rau, Perry)842 viewsAt the 1967 JMC picnic:

Center: Fran Gribble,Tom Rau, and Sharon Perry

Photo by Kevin Fulton
Paul and Barbara Hurrell841 viewsLeft to Right: Randy Whitaker, Paul Hurrell, Barbara Hurrell
Phillips Hall Postcard Image837 viewsDate unknown.
Linda Stock / Bill Trevarthen Wedding836 views"Bill Trevarthen's and Linda Stock's wedding on March 17th of a year it snowed heavily that day. The couple is flanked by Jane Alexander, MSU librarian (still, I think) and Doug Rick, also JMC." ( - Keven Bridge)
Snyder Hall - Front Entrance - Circa 1971 to 1973834 viewsContributed by Ron Rosenbaum, March 2010. Ron writes:

"I have attached a couple of pictures I found that you might like to have. One of the entry,(the now classic cars are a blast from the past) ..."
Phillips / Grill Dividing Door Hinges (as of October 2002)833 viewsCloser look at the former locations of the dividing door hinge plates - still visible 32 years after the doors were taken down.
Food Court / Cafeteria824 views
Peoples Park - May 1970824 viewsPhoto by Kevin Fulton.
Tamara Harrod 823 viewsPhoto dates from circa 1975.
ShyLuvs: BCHS Annual Signing Party, Spring 1966808 viewsThis was the 1st or 2nd public gig (not counting the spring 1966 BCHS talent show) at which the ShyLuvs performed. From left to right: Johnny Johnston (drums), Phil Harkleroad (bass), Charles Swiney (lead guitar), Randy Bennett (rhythm guitar).
Business Card: The Invaders (formerly The Reactions) - FRONT807 viewsProbably early 1967.
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