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Julia Lucasti and Philip Guzelf perform in Virginia Wesleyan College's Player production of Goldoni's, The Servant of Two Masters. The production was directed by Rick Hite, assistant professor of drama at Virginia Wesleyan College.

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An outdoor Women of Wesleyan gathering sometime between 1971-1972.

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The 1970 Women of Wesleyan officers Carolyn Miles (second from left rear), Ruth Bray (second from right rear), Rebecca Rogers (right rear), and Sara Boyd (front), president.

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President Clarke shows a drawing of the proposed library to Trustee Helen C. Ballard (left), Mrs. Robert Koolage, and Mrs. Robert Cathey. The Virginia Methodist Advocate used this photograph on the cover of its May 18, 1967 issue to highlight the…

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An image of a graduate speaking to a little girl after receiving her diploma in the Hofheimer Library plaza at the 1970 Virginia Wesleyan College commencement ceremony.

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Faculty, students, platform party, and guests attending the 1970 commencement ceremony at Virginia Wesleyan College.

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President Lambuth Clarke speaking at the podium and the commencement platform behind him, including Board of Trustees Chair Jerry Bray (far right) and Dr. J. Earle Moreland (second from left), president emeritus of Randolph-Macon College at the 1970…

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President Lambuth Clarke (right), Linda Nell Clay (left), and Scott Weatherford (center), student government president 1969-1970, at the Virginia Wesleyan College commencement ceremony.

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Board of Trustees Chair Jerry Bray speaking to the audience at the 1970 commencement ceremony at Virginia Wesleyan College.

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Graduating students Linda Nell Clay (left) and Scott Weatherford (center), student government president 1969-1970, engage with President Lambuth Clarke (right) at the 1970 Virginia Wesleyan College commencement ceremony.

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President Lambuth Clarke (left) speaking to Board of Trustees Chair Jerry Bray (right), and Dr. J. Earle Moreland (center), president emeritus of Randolph-Macon College and the 1970 Virginia Wesleyan College commencement speaker.

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President Lambuth Clarke(left), Board of Trustees Chair Jerry Bray (right), and Dr. J. Earle Moreland, president emeritus of Randolph-Macon College (center) and 1970 Virginia Wesleyan College commencement speaker.

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Graduating student Linda Nell Clay shaking hands with President Lambuth Clarke as she receives her diploma at the 1970 Virginia Wesleyan College commencement ceremony.

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An image of the 1970 graduating class sitting in the Hofheimer Library plaza at the Virginia Wesleyan College commencement ceremony.

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A close up of of the 1970 graduating class sitting in the Hofheimer Library plaza at Virginia Wesleyan College.

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Seen left to right, Wiliam Peacock, Dennie Allen, Bishop Carl J. Sanders and others at the 1970 Virginia Wesleyan College commencement ceremony.

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College Marshal Col. Robert Tucker leads the full procession to the Hofheimer Library plaza for the 1970 commencement ceremony at Virginia Wesleyan College.

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College Marshal Col. Robert Tucker leads the academic procession from Village 1 to the Hofheimer Library plaza for the 1970 commencement ceremony at Virginia Wesleyan College.

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On July 18, 1965, spectators at the Virginia Wesleyan College Village 1 groundbreaking ceremony assemble in the corn field where the ground will be broken..

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College Marshal Col. Robert Tucker leads the academic procession at the first commencement in June, 1970 at Virginia Wesleyan College.
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