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    • First athletic awards banquet speaker at DCC 1959

    • Photographs; Public speaking; Banquets; Dining tables; Flags
    • Mr. William Breed, standing. To the left is Dr. James Hall, DCC college president and to the right are Robert T. Kreiling and Dean Michael Brick. Mr. Breed was the guest speaker for the evening, discussing the "value of athletics in industry."
    • First athletic awards guest speaker 1959

    • Photographs; Public speaking; Banquets; Coaches (Athletics); Dining tables
    • Mr. William Breed, Project Manager of the IBM Country Club and member of the Hyde Park Board of Education speaking at the DCC first annual athletic awards banquet. The topic of his speech was "the value of athletics in industry". Dr. James Hall is...
    • First athletic awards banquet team gift to coach 1959

    • Photographs; Awards; Banquets; Tables; Coaches (Athletics)
    • Presentation of gift from the Blue Falcons to the coach and physical education instructor, Mr. Richard Skimin at the first annual athletic awards banquet. Dean Michael Brick is to the left of Mr. Skimin and Comptroller Robert T. Kreiling is on the...
    • First annual athletic awards banquet 1959

    • Photographs; Coaches (Athletics); Dining tables; Banquets; Teachers
    • The captain of the tennis team receives his "blue" letter. Seated from right to left is Dean Michael Brick, Comptroller Robert T. Kreiling, Mr. William Breed, Project Manager of the IBM Country Club, and Dr. James Hall, President of Dutchess...
    • Athletic Awards banquet 1960

    • Photographs; People; College administrators; Tables; Seals (Insignia); Banquets; College presidents; Coaches (Athletics);
    • Tables laid out in horseshoe format showing college administrators at the annual Athletic Awards banquet. Second from left is Carol Dean, Athletic director Richard Skimin, Comptroller Robert Kreiling, basketball coach at NYU Lou Rossini and...
    • Athletic Awards banquet tables 1960

    • Photographs; People; College administrators; Tables; Seals (Insignia); Students; Banquets; Coaches (Athletics); College presidents
    • Tables with students and administrators celebrating athletics at DCC. In the foreground, you can see the cafeteria food menu and pricing. On the rear wall are the great seals of the college and SUNY over the fireplace. Under the SUNY seal sits...
    • Athletic Awards 1960

    • Photographs; College administrators; College presidents; Coaches (Athletics); Seals (Insignia)
    • Mr. Lou Rossini, head basketball coach at NYU, Mr. Richard Skimin, athletic director at DCC and Dr. James Hall, President of Dutchess Community College stand for a photo at the Athletic Awards banquet.
    • Athletic awards banquet administrators 1960

    • Photographs; College administrators; People; Awards; Banquets; Cafeterias; Seals (Insignia); College presidents; Coaches (Athletics);
    • Gathering of administrators and speakers at the second annual sports banquet at DCC. Mr. Lou Rossini, head basketball coach at NYU is on the far right and was the guest speaker. The great seals of DCC and SUNY are in the background. From left to...
    • Athletic field, Overlook Academy, Nyack, NY

    • Baseball; Athletic fields; Universities & colleges;
    • This picture of a baseball diamond is from the 1904 commencement booklet of the Overlook Latin Academy, located on Sickles Avenue west of Midland. The athletic field was just below the cemetery on Highland Avenue. The school building, which no...
    • Athletic field, Northvale, NJ

    • Athletic fields;
    • A small number of boys are on the playing field in Northvale, NJ. The picture was taken at a distance, showing an area of construction in the foreground.
    • Scarsdale High School and athletic field, postcard

    • Schools; Postcards; Athletic fields
    • This is a black and white postcard of the Scarsdale High School and athletic field circa 1930. It is postmarked Scarsdale, N.Y., July 29th, 2 PM, 1930. There is a one cent Benjamin Franklin stamp on the back. It is addressed to Mr. and Mrs. R. H....

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