A group of children from the Training School pose in costumes for the Flower Festival behind the Administration Building (later Cranford Hall) and the passage between the Administration Building and the Library Building (later Carter Hall.)
Two unidentified volleyball players are shown leaping in the air with hands raised to return the ball. The photo was taken at the University of Northern Colorado vs. St. Cloud State volleyball game in 1993.
Contains the following documents: p.1 – Agenda, September 10, 2010 meeting / p.2 - Revised Agenda / p.3 - Board of Trustees resolution / p. 4 - Board of Trustees meeting schedule, 2010-2011 / p. 5 - Board of Trustees 3 year meeting schedule, 2010-2013 / p. 6 - Liquer licensing / p. 9 - UNC Foundation naming opportunity / p. 10 - Loustalet Football Team Room Fun / p. 14 - Financial Planning Document / p. 57 - Amendments 60-61 proposition.
Woodley (played by Theodore Paul, Jr.) sits with Laura Simmons (played by Mary Manley), the wife of the headmaster, whom Woodley loves. From the Little Theatre of the Rockies production of John van Druten's "Young Woodley".
Several couples engage in conversation outside a ranch-style home, including (from left to right) Terry McIntyre (played by Lillian Canon), Brian Stanley (played by Gene Gullette), Mrs. McIntyre (played by Clarice Tatman), an unidentified man, Diane Gilmore (played by Virginia Branum), and Professor McIntyre (played by Haymer Fleig). From the Little Theatre of the Rockies production of Aurania Rouverol and William Spence Rouverol's "Young April."
Father Hyacinth (played by Harold Weiss in a bald cap and old age make up) sits in a chair with his hands clasped, apparently praying. From the Little Theatre of the Rockies production of Ferenc Molnar's "The Swan." This is the same image as LTR_01_0061.