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Duke University Archives' favorite photos from other Flickr members (10)

  • Johnson C. Smith University Women's Basketball Team, 1936 by North Carolina Digital Heritage Center
  • #pictureduke (📷 credit: @dukepolisci) by Duke University
  • To East Campus, with love. #pictureduke (📷 credit: @addisonwinston) by Duke University
  • Commemorating 50 Years of Black Students at Duke Then and now... Omega Psi Phi was the first African American fraternity at Duke, founded in 1974. This photo documents their 1978 initiation on the Duke Chapel steps. #Duke50th by Duke University
  • Convocation 2011 - Ceremony D by Thompson Rivers
  • P004_099 by OSU Special Collections & Archives
  • Rose Bowl program, 1942 by OSU Special Collections & Archives
  • HC2335_RoseBowl by OSU Special Collections & Archives
  • RoseBowl1942_postcard by OSU Special Collections & Archives
  • 1942 Rose Bowl Program center spread by OSU Special Collections & Archives

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