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Mayflower Hill Development Fund Students
Creation site:Waterville, Maine
Plans to begin including students in the campaign for further development of Mayflower Hill began in the late 1940s under President Bixler who considered student contribution as an asset to the future of the program. Discussions concerning how to maximize student involvement were common and touched on the notion that student attitudes toward the administration and Colby in general were of utmost importance to create a successful collaborative effort. Members of the Colby student campaign group in photograph, seated (L to R): George I. Smith '49, Walter E. Alger, Jr. '50, David G. Montt '50, June Stairs '49, Marilyn Perkins '49. Standing (L to R): David Lynch '49, Edward Waller '49, Elizabeth Jennings '50, Nancy J. Ardiff '50, Barbara Hart '49, Donald Leach '49.
Colby College Special Collections
Mayflower Hill Development (pencil); Mayflower Hill Development Fund (typed); COLBY STUDENT CAMPAIGN GROUP - Memebrs of the student campaign organization at Colby College which has set a goal of $15,000 to be raised among the student body in the next three years as a part of Colby's national $1,750,000 Mayflower Hill Development Fund. Seated (l. to r.); George I. Smith, Waterville; Walter Alger, Middleboro, Mass.; David G. Montt, Portland; June Stairs, Swampscott, Mass.; Marilyn Perkins, Springfield, Mass. Standing: David Lynch, Concord, Mass.; Edward Waller, Colombus, Ohio; Elizabeth Jennings, Winchester, Mass; Nancy J. Ardiff, Needham, Mass.; Barbara Hart, Cranston, R.I.; and Donald Leach, Madison, chairman of the student group. (typed on sticker); Jan 1949 - Photo by Russell Longley (pencil); File Under (stamp); Please Return to (sticker)
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