University of Chicago "Weekly" Staff, 1896 1
IV: Student Activities
Student publications have always been an integral part of campus life at the University of Chicago. On October 1, 1892, the first student paper, the "University of Chicago Weekly" began publication. At the time this photograph was taken Fredrick Day Nichols was managing editor and William Pierce Lovett, assistant editor. Associate editors were: G. W. Axelson, Abraham T. Bowers, Agnes S. Cook, J. S. Brown, H. T. Clarke, H. D. Hubbard, C. S. Pike, W. W. Atwood, J. P. Whyte, J. W. Linn, Elizabeth McWilliams, Martha F. Klock, W. A. Payne, Edith E. Schwarz, H. T. Woodruff, H. L. Ickes, and W. O. Wilson. The board of illustrators were W. D. Richardson, P. B. Eckhart, and H. H. Hewitt. Charles H. Gallion served as business manager and Wilber M. Kelso as assistant business manager.
College student newspapers and periodicals | College students | Group photographs
Root, W. J.
Photographic prints; 25.3 x 33.4 cm
University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
Archival Photographic Files
University of Chicago Library, Special Collections Research Center

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