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Phillips Hall - Front View1092 views
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MSU Student Strike Poster: May 19701086 views
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Food Court / Cafeteria1080 views
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Sit-In: MSU Admin Building: February 19691074 viewsThis is a wire service photo of a sit-in on February 3, 1969. Participants are shown in the main corridor of the MSU Administration Building.
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Phillips Front Entrance1072 views
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Theatre 1071 views
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Muriel Arwin: Sny-Phi Grill Worker: 1967 - ????1068 viewsPhoto from the JMC 10th Anniversary tabloid (1975). For more info, and the full article on Muriel, go to:

http://www.enolagaia.com/Muriel.html
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Snyder Phillips: Photo of One of the Dormitory's Wings1068 views
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Phillips Front Entrance1061 views
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Business Card: The Invaders (formerly The Reactions) - FRONT1061 viewsProbably early 1967.
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Keven Bridge and John Schroeder1060 views
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Snyder Hall: Front Entrance1059 views
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Peoples Park - May 19701054 viewsPhoto by Kevin Fulton.
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_FOLIO_ - Page 21054 views
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'Russian Tables' - Sny-Phi Cafeteria - circa 1967(?)1049 viewsKevin writes...

While going through old pictures for my daughter's yearbook, I came across this photo which John Reid gave me in the early 1980's, after the demise of JMC. In the early years, language students were encouraged to eat lunch together in the Snyder cafeteria and practice their respective languages.

Portrayed are 2 Russian tables. In the foreground (left to right): Debbie Sirotkin, Fran Gribble, Lloydanne Holmes (Russian instructor), Velma Campbell. In the background, the woman with glasses is Ms. Penny (I don't recall her first name); I think the guy in the plaid shirt is David Lichtman.
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Randy Bennett with Hofner Guitar: 19681049 views
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Randy Bennett with Hofner, etc.: 1965 or 19661048 viewsHofner guitar. Silvertone Twin Twelve and Vox amps.
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Suzanne Rogers, husband Bob Purvis, and Suzanne Sheldon Levy1043 viewsSuzanne Sheldon Levy writes (September 2003) ...

[This photo]... was taken some years later near Traverse City.

L to R: Suzanne Rogers, her husband Bob Purvis, and yours truly, Suzanne Sheldon Levy.
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John McCarthy1042 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."
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Business Card: The Invaders (formerly The Reactions) - BACK1041 viewsProbably 1967. Multiple personnel changes from original line-up as The Reactions. Randy Bennett added on rhythm guitar.
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Beth Jones: Foreign Study Trip, 19661040 viewsPhoto contributed by Suzanne Sheldon Levy.
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Randy Bennett with The Invaders1040 views'VT Dance', 1968. Drummer sitting behind Randy - Anthony 'Tony' Scales.
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Gary Haas1039 viewsPhoto by Paul Buehrle. Paul writes:

"New artifacts found buried in the Mystery Texan archives. Pictures are from the 1971-72 school year. I can't remember if Gary Haas was JMC or not. ...

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."
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In the Bright Existence (1974 / 1st Production): Artistic Staff1038 viewsImage provided by Sears Eldredge.

Besides rehearsing the show, they all had to work building set pieces, props, costumes, puppets, masks to be used in the show. Tom Tamandl (who taught Spanish) and the poet, Carolyn Forche (who taught in the English program at JMC at the time), were enthusiastic supporters and performers in the show. Traditional and original music was performed by the students. Costumes and masks were based on archeological and traditional sources reflecting various ancient Mesoamerican cultures.
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