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WWC Seal

The seal was designed in 1912 by Walla Walla College President Ernest Kellogg. It depicts the three phases of education as parts of an equilateral triangle; the mental, represented by a lamp; the physical, depicted by a plow; denoting the importance of manual labor; and the spiritual, pictured by an open Bible. The stained glass representation of the seal, which will be presented during the ceremony, is a historical artifact. In the early 1900s, the window was displayed over the main entrance of the Administration Building, where students and faculty passing through the building's doors could be reminded of Walla Walla College's mission.

Last update on September 17, 2017