In a lot of the literature written about Marcia, she refers to the first person whom she hired at the new building, sort as a jack of all trades, and most importantly, as the person who would help her maintain the brand new space. She talks about hiring him mostly because she loved his name: Mr. Caution. Specifically, Mr. Gustave Orwell Caution.
At some point, Marcia’s man Friday must been succeeded by one of his children or nephews, because in the 1960’s, there’s a mention of another Mr. Caution, this time Mr. Walter S. Caution, who was the custodian of the Faculty’s building.
The photo of Mr. Caution and his dogs is clearly taken on the steps of the original (and at that time, only) Faculty building. It is such a sweet story, and clearly this man loved his dogs.