Raymond P. Kaighn, Class of 1898. He was Hamline University's first physical education director and Hamline's coach for the first intercollegiate basketball game ever played, which was against the Minnesota School of Agriculture in 1895. He also played on the first basketball team under the direction of James Naismith at the international YMCA training school in Springfield, Massachusetts.
Hamline University student group at 1599 Hewitt Avenuel. Back row from left: Lois Nettie Marsh, Robert W. Terry, Lewis Puffer, George Kinsman, Clement C. Boos, Paul Barkuloo, A.L. Richardson, Mabel H. McKinstry, ? Morehouse, George P. Watson, W.E. Bowers, Roy Allis, George P. Babcock, George E. Peck, ? Harter, Guy Caldwell, ? Sheldon, George D. Montgomery. Third row: Clinton P. Abbott, Adria D. Schuck, Arthur C. Fawcett, E.L. Heath, Hugh Crossen, Anstis C. Stebbins, Chester H. Tether, Mary Graling, Gertrude Webster, Byron O. Mork, Ida M. Wenger, W.B. Bridgman, Elmer Richardson, Maud E. Wallace, Harry R. Bridgman. Second row: Harry M. Wagner, ?, Carrol E. Payne, Raymond P. Kaighn, Bertram A. Shuman, ? Edmunds, Mel Wylie, Paul Peterson, Elinor Quigley, Gertrude Harris. Front row: Ferdinand A. Wenger, Laura A. McClay, ?, Silas A. Cook, Oliver J. Stirratt, Christie Williams, Ella Probst, B.I. Kimerer, Sarah A. Chick, Nellie Dogherty
Image on top is Hamline University's chapel (now known as Bridgman Hall) on the second floor of University Hall (also known as Old Main). A portrait of Bishop Leonidas Lent Hamline is on the wall over the stage. On the bottom is the first library on Hamline's Saint Paul campus, which was behind the chapel in University Hall.
Image on top is Hamline University's campus from the northwest in winter. Buildings from left are Ladies Hall (later known as Goheen Hall), Science Hall, and University Hall (also known as Old Main). Image on bottom is a display in Hamline University's Natural History Museum, which was on the third floor of Science Hall.