This photograph depicts the members of the class of 1898 of International YMCA Training School, now Springfield College. The group portrait was taken in a professional studio setting. Notice how some of the men are pictured looking straight at the camera and some are looking at the sides. This technique occurred commonly in pictures from the time. Portrayed in the picture are shown: Arthur H. Greeley, John G. Hunter, Alanson L. Fish, John G. Camp, Ernest G. Randal, John P. Lantz, Albert B. Davis, Alfred Stokes, George E. Ingalls, Robert S. Ross, Lewis E. Hawkins, Joseph A. Goodhue, Percy F. Jerome, Arthur Tibbetts, Lehmann, Gotthilf Lehman, Charles W. Elmer, Thomas J. Browne, Carlos D. Clapp, Wilfred H. Chapin. This photograph with caption can be found in the 1900 Reunion Triangle: http://cdm16122.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/fullbrowser/collection/p15370coll2/id/9427/rv/compoundobject/cpd/9545/rec/3
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A handwritten pencilled caption on the back of the photograph reads: "Class of 1898 from Reunion Triangle, 1900, pg. 65".