Top: The 1929 log-cutting contest, sponsored by the College of Forestry, featuring (from left) Vice Chancellor William P. Graham, Chancellor Charles W. Flint, Dean Franklin F. Moon, and Syracuse Mayor Charles Hanna.

Middle: World War II veterans, who enrolled at SU through the GI Bill, at "Mud Hollow," a trailer camp near present-day Drumlins Country Club.

Middle Right: Freshmen tip their beanies.

Lower Left: Chancellor James Roscoe Day and students.

Lower right: Students in biology class, 1888.

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