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POA fraternity members at the start of a possible wheelbarrow race in the main quad. Background shows Air Force ROTC (?) members sitting on the grass.

This photograph, reproduced for the 1941 Silhouette yearbook, depicts members of the Rho Tau sorority on the Queens College campus. The relative lack of development on the campus and in surrounding neighborhoods at the time is evident.

Sorority sisters wearing hats with the letters of the Sigma Delta Chi organization pose in the archway of a campus building.

Theta Nu sorority sisters line up on the quad in identical outfits modeled after Robin Hood, including mock bows and arrows.

Sisters in the sorority Theta Nu stand on a snowy quad, playing and posing with wind instruments.

Standing and newly inducted fraternity members participate in a "tapping" ceremony on the college quad. "Tapping" is a practice begun at Yale University in which collegiate societies hold a public selection of prospective members.

Gamma Phi sisters display cards with the name of their sorority in front of some of the college's Spanish Revival buildings.

A student campaigner holds up a "Keep Biafra Alive" pin. This movement was brought up as a response to the political and humanitarian crisis of the Nigerian Civil War, when in the midst of clashes between the secessionist Republic of Biafra and the…

This panoramic shot portrays the 1997 Commencement ceremonies from above, while giving a contextual view of Queens College in the greater milieu of New York City. The borough of Queens stretches on in the background to the towers of Midtown…

Figures in caps and gowns are lined up on the east side of the campus quad, facing others on the rear porch of Jefferson Hall. The college's first commencement ceremonies were held on this day in June, 1941.
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