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  • Collection: Shakespeare

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President Julian Burruss announces the festivities as a page in the pageant.

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One local schoolboy found a better vantage point for the afternoon performances by climbing a tree.

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Tents, trees, and parasols provided relief from the elements

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Feburary 1, 1936 article in The Breeze

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Queen Elizabeth and William Shakespeare lead the way with Maury, Jackson, and Harrison Halls visible in the background.

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Professor Wayland’s family being ushered to reserved seating--John Sr. and John Jr. were honorary member and class mascot of 1913 respectively

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The open air theatre was a premier location for ceremonies and performances.

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Young onlookers jostled for better views at popular events.

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Compilation of multi-page article from the May 27, 1936 Daily News Record

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Masthead from The Breeze: February 1, 1936
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