Front view of room 204, the Latin classroom of Prof. Sterenberg. It was formerly the classroom of Professors William Drew and Albert Hurd.
Members of the honorary fraternity Beta Beta Beta on the steps of Old Main.
Language classroom, room 304, located at the southeast corner of Old Main on the third floor.
Leaders in the Old Main restoratation project (left to right): Trumbull Smirl, Contractor; J.E. Burkhardt, Architects' Superintendant; Miss Gillum, Contractors' Accountant; Hugh Gibson, Contractor; Jo…
This steeply angled shot captures a unique view of Old Main's windows.
View from the front of room 208, located at the southwest corner of Old Main on the second floor. It is the office of Psychology Prof. R.S. Miller and Hygiene Prof. Miss Edith Kridler.
J.E. Burkhardt, Architect's Superintendant for the Old Main renovation project; K.D. McClelland, Knox College Treasurer; and Hugh Gibson, Contractor, stand on the steps of Old Main.
Adolph "Ziggy" Hamblin (left) and Alex Rhind, athletes on the Knox College track team.
View of the crowd on the east side of Old Main from George Davis Hall during the Old Main rededication ceremony. Carl Sandburg is reading at the podium in front of the "Lincoln Doorway."
Old Main from the southwest.
Knox College's graduating class of 1937 processes down the walkway from Old Main for the Senior Chapel event. A crowd of people line the walkway directly adjacent to Old Main.
View of the south side of Old Main.
Knox College R.O.T.C. Company D, 1930-1931 on the lawn by Old Main.
The graduating class of 1937 processes across E. South Street into Standish Park for Senior Chapel. Old Main is visible in the background.
Second floor hallway in Old Main as seen from the east end.
Common Room in Old Main.
The Office of the President, room 105A at the northeast corner of the first floor in Old Main. The president is Carter Davidson.
Students on top of the bell tower with "Ghetto Rules" flag, 1977. Left to right: John Nicolau, Dennis Murphy, Steve Zenker, Warren Krupp. They are giving a secret sign of the Woodchuck; this greeting…
Knox students perform 'A Day in Solomon's Court' as a class play in Chamberlain Hall in Old Main.
Frederick Kunz gave the Honnold Lecture in 1944. In this photograph Kunz meets with the Council of Tutors in the Common Room in Old Main.