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Reunions bring back Princeton alumni through the ages

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From silent movies to HD video, the University Archives record Princeton Reunions. Read more.

Video Closed Captions

[Sound of film projector]


Reunions in 1961 were as colorful as ever.

The class of 1936 at its 25th had the place of honor and the distinction of

coming through the Fitz-Randolph gateway onto the campus.

Mac Raymond, Chief Marshall of the parade, cleared the way down Prospect Street.

The youngsters and other Princeton fans lined the street as always and got a

great kick out of the annual pageant.

1911, the 5th year class, turned out en masse for the big event, and was led

in the P-Rade by Alexander B. Clark.

[Music and singing]

Things have changed slightly since 1940 when this class was admitted.

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