This photograph, from the 1960s-1970s, shows three college students conversing on Fort Hays Kansas State College’s campus. A young woman and young man sit on a stone bench outside Forsyth Library and face a third young man who stands with one foot on a bench to his right. The woman with long, straight hair wears a striped knit mini-dress, and the sitting man wears a jacket, a button-up shirt, and pants. Both students are smiling at the standing man who wears slacks, a button-up short-sleeved shirt, and is holding a textbook titled “The Western World” with a spiral notebook tucked underneath. Two cars, one of which is a 1964 Chevy, are parked a few feet behind the standing student. In the background, a stone wall sits in front of several trees, and the windows of McCartney Hall are visible through the branches. The numbers 7990 are written at the far-right edge of the photo.
black and white photograph
© University Archives, Forsyth Library, Fort Hays State University
Digitized by Forsyth Digital Collections
"Three Students Talking Outside Forsyth Library in the 1960s-1970s" (2023). University Archives Photographs Collection. 999.