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Image of Norton Hall Dedication - Wagner, Harold

Norton Hall Dedication - Wagner, Harold

Norton Hall Dedication. August 6,1929. B&W print photo, 8½ x 11" showing an audience gathered to witness the dedication of Norton Hall. Also shown in reverse. Harold Wagner, photographer. Notation on back reads: 1929 Dedication: Norton Memorial Hall Aug. 6,1929 Mr. Cary

Image of George L. Follansbee at Chime Dedication - Wertz, Silas G.

George L. Follansbee at Chime Dedication - Wertz, Silas G.

George L. Follansbee at Chime Dedication. July 2,1967. B&W print photo, 7"x9" showing George L. Follansbee standing at the Paul Sample Playground near the Pier Building for the Chime Dedication at Miller Bell Tower. Notation on back: (chimes)Miller Bell Tower Dedication/George L. Follansbee/Chautauquan Daily 1967 July 4 S.G. Wertz Photographer Westfield, New York 14787 Jul 2 1967

Image of Arts Quadrangle Re-Dedication - Unknown

Arts Quadrangle Re-Dedication - Unknown

Arts Quadrangle Re-Dedication. August 15,1983. B&W print photo, 8 x 10" showing Howard Gibbs and Helen Temple Logan during the Arts Quadrangle Re-dedication. Gibbs is holding up an architectural drawing of the Arts Quadrangle. A certificate of appreciation is also being presented to Mrs. Logan, located between Gibbs and Logan. Notation on back: Howard Gibbs - Chairman of Board of Trustees Chautauqua Institution - Helen Temple Logan - at the Dedication Ceremonies for the newly renovated Arts and Crafts Quadrangle. Mrs Logan was presented with a drawing of the Arts and Crafts Quadrangle in appreciation of Mrs Logan's involvement in the Chautauqua Arts Program.

Image of Commemorative Bricks - Unknown

Commemorative Bricks - Unknown

Commemorative Bricks. 1982. B&W print photo, 5 x 7" showing the Commemorative Brick Project on the West wall of the Amphitheater.

Image of Connell Memorial Studios Dedication - Wagner, Harold

Connell Memorial Studios Dedication - Wagner, Harold

Connell Memorial Studios Dedication. 1939. B&W print photo, 7½ x 9¼" showing a group standing outside the newly built Connell Memorial Studios for the dedication of the building to the memory of Horatio Connell, head of the Vocal Department for 21 years. Dr. Arthur E. Bestor, Harrison Potter, Ernest Hutcheson, Albert Stoessel, Mrs. Horatio Connell and Mrs. Ann Connell (sister) are seen in the photograph. Harold Wagner, photographer. Notation on back: Connell Memorial Studios 1939/Memory of Horatio Connell/Head of Vocal Dept 21 yrs/Stoessel, Ernest Hutcheson, Harrison Potter, Arthur Bestor

Image of Rededication of Bell Tower - Unknown

Rededication of Bell Tower - Unknown

Rededication of Bell Tower. 1967. B&W print photo, 5 x 8", showing a crowd seated before the lakefront, which includes Nancy Arnn (second person in front row, from left) and Helen Easterbrook (second person in front row, from right). Notation on back: Rededication of Bell Tower, 1967. Nancy Arnn-seated second from left, first row.

Image of Chautauqua Postage Stamp - ? Gustafson?

Chautauqua Postage Stamp - ? Gustafson?

Chautauqua Postage Stamp. 1974. B&W print photo, 7 1/2 x 9 3/4" showing President Oscar Remick accepting commemorative book on the Chautauqua stamp from unidentified U.S. Postal Service official. The book is entitled: "Rural America, Chautauqua, U.S. Postage Stamp, August 6, 1974" and bears a printed dedication to Oscar Remick. In celebration of Chautauqua's Centennial 1874-1974. ? Gustafson, photographer? August, 1974. Notation on back: Dr. Remick-President Chautauqua Institution.

Image of "Great American Post Office" - Lynn Stinson

"Great American Post Office" - Lynn Stinson

"Great American Post Office." 2000. Color print photo, 4 x 6" showing Jane Currie (left) presenting picture of Chautauqua Lake to Postmaster Marie Couchman in connection with Chautauqua Post Office's receiving "Great American Post Office" distinction from U.S. Postal Service. Looking on is Nicholas a. Frabozzi, District Manager, Western New York. At far right stands John Sorenson, Federal Preservation Officer for U.S. Postal Service. Lynn Stinson, photographer.

Image of "Great American Post Office" - Lynn Stinson

"Great American Post Office" - Lynn Stinson

"Great American Post Office." 2000. Color print photo, 4 x 6" showing Postmaster Marie Couchman accepting "Great American Post Office" award from John Sorenson, Federal Preservation Officer, U.S. Postal Service. Lynn Stinson, photographer. Notation on back: Postmaster Marie Couchman receiving "Great American Post Office" distinction from Smithsonian.

Image of Chautauqua Centennial Stamp - Unknown

Chautauqua Centennial Stamp - Unknown

Chautauqua Centennial Stamp. 1974. B&W print photo, 4 x 6" showing stamp in celebration of Chautauqua's centennial. August 6, 1974. Notation on back: U.S. Post Office First Day Cover. Stamp in celebration of Chautauqua's Centennial 1874-1974. August 6, 1974.

Image of The Service of Approach - Unknown

The Service of Approach - Unknown

The Service of Approach. c. 1909. B&W print photo, 4 3/4 x 6 3/4" showing the congregation gathering for the Service of Approach to the Hall of Christ, the service which preceded the dedication. Notation on back: Hall of Christ. Chautauqua, N.Y. The Service of Approach to the Hall of Christ.

Image of The Service of Approach - Seelé, Don

The Service of Approach - Seelé, Don

The Service of Approach. c. 1909. B&W print photo, 7 3/4 x 9 3/4 " mounted on mat board, showing the congregation gathering for the Service of Approach to the Hall of Christ, the service which preceded the dedication. Bishop Vincent is standing at the podium surrounded by choir, with male soloist standing to the Bishop's right. (Note that the image was later manipulated by S.G. Wertz, who seems to have retouched two of the women at the lower left. Wertz also possibly added the caption printed across the image: "The Service of Approach to the Hall of Christ. Chautauqua Institution, Chautauqua, New York.") Don Seele, photographer. Notation on back: The Service of Approach to th

Image of Hall of Christ Rededication - Wertz, Silas G.

Hall of Christ Rededication - Wertz, Silas G.

Hall of Christ Rededication. 1967. B&W print photo, 7 1/2 x 9 1/2" showing the rededication ceremony following the Hall of Christ renovations. Dr. Curtis W. Haug sits at far left. Bishop William Crittenden sits to Haug's right. The speaker and man to his right are unidentified. Board member George L. Follansbee sits at far right. S.G. Wertz, photographer. July 9, 1967.

Image of Norton Hall Dedication Plaque - Unknown

Norton Hall Dedication Plaque - Unknown

Norton Hall Dedication Plaque. c. 1929. B&W print photo, 7 1/2 x 9 1/2" showing the dedication plaque placed within the lobby of Norton Hall. The plaque reads: "Norton Memorial Hall. Presented to Chautauqua Institution in memory of Oliver W. Norton, her husband, and Ruth W. Norton, her daughter by Lucy C. Norton. 1928.

Image of Garden & Bat Statue - Smith, Joan

Garden & Bat Statue - Smith, Joan

Garden & Bat Statue. August, 1998. Color print photo, 3 x 5", showing the Rappole family at the dedication of Francesca Rappole Night Garden (formerly an area of Smith Wilkes Garden) at Smith-Wilkes Hall. Dr. Bert Rappole (son of Francesca Rappole) stands at the far left. His wife, Mary Rappole, stands immediately to his left. They are joined by their children and grandchildren. The Larry Griffis bat statue is visible in background.

Image of John R. Turney Sailing Center dedication - Gauriloff, Meghan

John R. Turney Sailing Center dedication - Gauriloff, Meghan

John R. Turney Sailing Center dedication. 2006/07/08. Digital Image, showing the family of John R. Turney as the ribbon is cut to finalize the dedication of the John R. Turney Sailing Center, on Saturday afternoon of week two. [Dick and Jean Turney donated the funds to build the sailing center in memory of their son John R. Turney who died Jan. 11, 1999.]

Image of United Nations Dedication - Wagner, Harold

United Nations Dedication - Wagner, Harold

United Nations Dedication. August 18, 1950. B&W print photo, 8½ x 10" showing a dedication of the United Nations flag in the Amphitheater. Behind the row of seated figures, Mrs. Theodore S. Chapman stands while holding up the draped UN flag. Mrs. Ruth Bryan Rohde- alternate delegate to the UN- is seated on the far left. Other figures are unidentified, except for the blonde girl- Virginia Washburn- seated three from the right. Notation on back: Dedication of the United Nations Flag. 1948 ? [1950] (sic). Virginia Washburn-- 3rd from right.

Image of Norton Hall Dedication - Wagner, Harold

Norton Hall Dedication - Wagner, Harold

Norton Hall Dedication. 1929. B&W print photo, 8"x10", showing an audience seated at Norton Hall during the first performance -- its 1929 dedication ceremony. Notation on back: 1929/ Dedication: Norton Memorial Hall/ Aug. 6, 1929

Image of Underwood Memorial - Unknown

Underwood Memorial - Unknown

Underwood Memorial. 2007/07/28. Digital Image, showing the dedication ceremony of the Van Dyke Underwood memorial. Wesley Bossman is located under the cover of trees as he plays the bagpipes, and the honor guard, led by Allen G. Crick, assembles in the yard across the street. A large group of attendants are seated in chairs.

Image of Underwood Memorial - Unknown

Underwood Memorial - Unknown

Underwood Memorial. 2007/07/28. Digital Image, showing the dedication ceremony of the Van Dyke Underwood memorial. Wesley Bossman is located under the cover of trees as he plays the bagpipes, and the color guard is assembled next to the flagpole.