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Culture
North American
Title
Haig der Marderosian '54
Work Type
photographic prints
Date
1954
Location
Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Material
negatives (photographic)
Description
Haig der Marderosian '54 points at a notice posted on the "Debating" board at the foot of a stairwell while three male students look on.
Additional Information:From http://www.phialphatau.com/history: "Haig der Marderosian... led many an Emerson debate team to regional and national championships. Room 501 in the Walker Building was re-dedicated to him in 2002 after the College sold 21 Commonwealth Avenue which contained the original Haig der Marderosian Room. Haig was an advisor to the [Phi Alpha Tau] fraternity twice during his tenure as a professor, from 1960 to 1968 and again from 1980 to 1984. Like Joe Connor, Haig entered the fraternity as an Emerson student."
Repository
Emerson College Archives and Special Collections
ID Number
8414c.jpg
Rights
Digital image copyright Emerson College, Boston, Mass. All rights reserved. Copying allowed for noncommercial fair use. For more information contact Emerson College Special Collections and Archives, (617) 824-8301, 120 Boylston St., Boston, MA 02116, archives@emerson.edu.
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File Properties
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8414c.jpg
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