Birthday Bash

Krokodiloes old and new celebrated the sixtieth anniversary of Harvard’s oldest a cappella group with a concert on March 17. Below, Laurence Leonard ’52, the soloist for Rodgers and Hart’s “Where or When” on one of the Kroks’ first recordings, reprises the song with Rex G. Baker IV ’06 while two of the group’s original founding quartet, David Binger ’49 (ninth from left) and Frank Cabot ’49 (far right) join the chorus.

Photograph by Alexandra C. Bell

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