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Mrs. Mia Ummenthumm, the conducts the local children's choir during the dedication ceremony. Emerson's study abroad program at Kasteel Well began in 1985. The college purchased the "The Castle" in 1988. Seated guests pictured include Marillyn Zacharis.

1988-09-28

Dr. Allen Koenig, president of Emerson College, and Mr. W. Klaverdijk, mayor of Bergen during the dedication ceremony. Emerson's study abroad program at Kasteel Well began in 1985. The college purchased the "The Castle" in 1988.

1988-09-28

Platform party with guild members during the dedication ceremony. Emerson's study abroad program at Kasteel Well began in 1985. The college purchased the "The Castle" in 1988.

1988-09-28

Emerson president Allen Koenig receives the keys to Castle Well from Chairman Ir. Schiffelers of the Limburgse Kastelen Stichting during the dedication ceremony. Emerson's study abroad program at Kasteel Well began in 1985. The college purchased the "The Castle" in 1988.

1988-09-28

R.A. Schlessinger, cultural affairs officer at the American Embassy (The Hague) during the dedication ceremony. Emerson's study abroad program at Kasteel Well began in 1985. The college purchased the "The Castle" in 1988.

1988-09-28

Dr. Henry Stonie gives the benediction during the dedication ceremony. Emerson's study abroad program at Kasteel Well began in 1985. The college purchased the "The Castle" in 1988.

1988-09-28

Emerson President Allen Koenig and John Barbetta, director of the European Center, at dedication event. Emerson's study abroad program at Kasteel Well began in 1985. The college purchased the "The Castle" in 1988.

1988-09

Emerson President Allen Koenig at dedication event. Emerson's study abroad program at Kasteel Well began in 1985. The college purchased the "The Castle" in 1988.

1988-09

Emerson President Allen Koenig, John Barbetta at dedication event. Emerson's study abroad program at Kasteel Well began in 1985. The college purchased the "The Castle" in 1988.

1988-09

Emerson President Allen Koenig and John Barbetta, director of the European Center, at dedication event. Emerson's study abroad program at Kasteel Well began in 1985. The college purchased the "The Castle" in 1988.

1988-09

Pastor S. Wijsman, priest from the local parish church is at the podium during the dedication ceremony. Emerson's study abroad program at Kasteel Well began in 1985. The college purchased the "The Castle" in 1988.

1988-09-28

Platform party. Source material identifies pictured participants. Emerson's study abroad program at Kasteel Well began in 1985. The college purchased the "The Castle" in 1988.

1988-09-28

Mr. H. Sturme conducts the local harmonie (brassband) during the dedication ceremony. Emerson's study abroad program at Kasteel Well began in 1985. The college purchased the "The Castle" in 1988.

1988-09-28

Emerson President Allen Koenig and John Barbetta, director of the European Center, at dedication event. Emerson's study abroad program at Kasteel Well began in 1985. The college purchased the "The Castle" in 1988.

1988-09

President Koenig addresses alumni, friends and faculty at dedication of the Haig Der Marderosian room at the new home of Communication Studies during Alumni Weekend activities, May 31-June 2, 1985. 21 Commonwealth Ave., Boston.

1985-05-31 - 1985-06-02

Dedication Of Naomi Stroh Institute. There is another man in the image and they are standing in front of a plaque that reads: "Naomi Stroh Institute for Speech and Hearing is dedicated to the memory of her son Mark Stroh Schwartz, and her parents Maurice and Ethel Stroh. A gift of Naomi Stroh, who entered with the Class of 1930."

1986-10

Dedication Of Naomi Stroh Institute.

1986-10

Dedication Of Naomi Stroh Institute. The plaque reads: "Naomi Stroh Institute for Speech and Hearing is dedicated to the memory of her son Mark Stroh Schwartz, and her parents Maurice and Ethel Stroh. A gift of Naomi Stroh, who entered with the Class of 1930."

1986-10

Dedication Of Naomi Stroh Institute.

1986-10

Unveiling of the J.F.K. statue at the Massachusetts State House.

1990-05-29

Press photos of actors, loosely arranged pile. Emerson graduates in the acting profession.

1988-12

Emerson College President, Jackie Liebergott stands with Dr. Shoo Iwasaki. Between them stands a poster board on an easel showing a photo of the Iwasaki Library beyond open glass doors. On October 10, 2007, the former Abbot Memorial Library was renamed the Iwasaki Library for environmentalist and benefactor Dr. Shoo Iwasaki.

2007

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