Paul Antrobus Memorial Slideshow

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Paul Antrobus Memorial Slideshow

At the Memorial Event in October, 2015, fifty-one pictures were shown, drawn from the Luther College Archives. They cover a period of four decades, from the late 1970's to a picture that dates after Paul’s accident in 2005. We hope you enjoy these memories.