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Daily News-Record: May 27, 1916
Compilation of multi-page article from the May 27, 1936 Daily News Record
Young onlookers at the ceremony.
Young onlookers jostled for better views at popular events.
The open air theatre was a premier location for ceremonies and performances.
Professor Wayland's family being ushered to reserved seating.
Professor Wayland’s family being ushered to reserved seating--John Sr. and John Jr. were honorary member and class mascot of 1913 respectively
Queen Elizabeth and William Shakespeare lead the parade.
Queen Elizabeth and William Shakespeare lead the way with Maury, Jackson, and Harrison Halls visible in the background.
Twelfth Night newspaper clipping
Feburary 1, 1936 article in The Breeze
Tents, trees, and parasols provided relief from the elements.
Tents, trees, and parasols provided relief from the elements
Schoolboy climbing a tree to watch the parade.
One local schoolboy found a better vantage point for the afternoon performances by climbing a tree.
President Julian Burruss announces the festivities
President Julian Burruss announces the festivities as a page in the pageant.
Heralds on horseback leading the pageant
Heralds on horseback lead the procession down Main Street.