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This item was found during the 2011 summer field school. It is a marble made from pressed glass. The body is primarily white with green, blue and red inclusions. No historic information about the marble has yet been done.

This is a photo of the plaster wall from the College Hall renovations which took place in 1887. There are seven signatures underneath the slogan "Darn Hard Job".

This pocket knife was found during the 2010 field school and dates to the 19th century campus. The handle is bone, and the knife is made of metal. A large portion has become rusted over time.

This portion of a cow humerus was found during the 2010 field school season. The humerus has been cut three different ways. Butchering of animals on the historic campus was done by students, so cut marks are often imperfect and bear the marks of…

Found at the Emmons Ampitheater Survey by Grace Krause and Kristin Sewell, August 2011, circa 1930-1940

Found at the Emmons Ampitheater Survey by Grace Krause and Kristin Sewell, August 2011, circa 1930-1940

Found at the Emmons Ampitheater Survey by Grace Krause and Kristin Sewell, August 2011, circa 1930-1940

Found at the Emmons Ampitheater Survey by Grace Krause and Kristin Sewell, August 2011, circa 1930-1940

An artist sculpted the facade of the MAC union in September 1948.

Construction began on the current union in 1923 when the ground breaking ceremony took place. All male students were involved in the construction, and even faculty helped in building it. On June 12, 1925 the union officially opened and quickly became…