A lantern slide of the International YMCA Training School, now Springfield College, alumni. Included are Edgar Robinson (class of 1901), Clarence McLaughlin (class of 1901), Harvey Smith (class of 1893), Carl Kern (class of 1907) and Arthur Cotton (1895). The image is an arrangement of five oval portrait photographs with Kern in the center and (clockwise from upper left) Robinson, McLaughlin, Cotton and Smith. All five alumni graduated from the Training School and became involved in Boys' Work. Robinson was a pioneer of Boys' Work and one of the founders of the Boy Scout movement.
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