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Believed to be the first Colorado State Normal School (now Western State Colorado University) commencement, 1916. Tent is set up on the southwest lawn of Taylor Hall.
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Masters degree graduates file out of summer Commencement ceremonies at Quigley Bandshell, ca. late 1980s.
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Graduates, faculty, family and friends fill a crowded Taylor Hall lobby after a 1950s Commencement exercise.
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A large crowd of graduates, faculty and guests gather north of Quigley Bandshell for summer Commencement exercises, ca. early 1990s.
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Western faculty enter Taylor Hall for an evening commencement exercise, 1950s.
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The auditorim on the north end of Normal Hall (now Taylor Hall) is set up for commencement exercises for the first graduating class of Colorado State Normal School, May 30, 1912. The mural on the wall was painted by CSNS art professor Henry L. Richter. It now hangs in the circulation desk area in Leslie J. Savage Library.
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The 1961 Western commencement exercises were held May 26, 1961 in Taylor Hall Auditorium. Officiating was the newly-appointed President Grant Venn, Dean Kjosness, Faculty Dean Cummins, Graduate Studies Chairman McCulloch, and Trustees Leslie J. Savage and Joseph Weber.
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A WSC graduating class is lead to Taylor Hall by faculty members, 1950s. Savage Library and Crawford Hall are seen in this photograph taken from the second floor of Taylor Hall.
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