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    • Unidentified woman on porch

    • 1920s
    • Buildings; Inman House; President’s House; Unidentified
    • Unidentified woman on the porch of the Inman House or President's House of the University of South Dakota.
    • Grand old silver maple

    • 1989
    • Grand Old Silver Maple
    • On April 23, 1884, Arbor Day, students of the University planted a silver maple tree. One hundred years later on April 26, 1984, students and USD alumni celebrated the centennial birthday of South Dakota’s largest silver maple tree by planting...
    • Research into radiation

    • ca. 1957
    • School of Medicine; Davis, Roger T.
    • Shown here is one of the monkeys used by the USD medical school for research on the effects of radiation. During the early 1950s, defense-related studies were also being conducted in the math, physics, and psychology departments. In 1951, Dr....
    • 78 lb. catfish hooked by Gus Cayse

    • 1911
    • Gilbertson, Palmer Sigvald
    • A 78 pound caught catfish hanging on a line outside of a business. Inscribed on recto: 78 lb. catfish hooked by Gus Cayse. Inscribed on verso: 6/26/1911 Dear Sir got your letter yesterday have seen Totten and he is going to send the cherries to Mr...
    • Swimming pool in New Armory

    • 1929-1930
    • New Armory; E. O. Lawrence Telecommunications
    • 15. A group of students enjoying the swimming pool in the new armory. The pool is 25 x 75 feet in size.
    • Lee Med teaching addition

    • 1968
    • Andrew E. Lee Memorial Medicine and Science building; School of Medicine
    • The 25,000 square-foot teaching addition to the Lee building, dedicated in 1969, provided more room for the library, offices, teaching laboratories, and a 240-seat lecture theater.
    • Coop

    • 1955
    • South Dakota Union
    • The University Co-Operative store, which was located on the first floor of the Union Building, was a student-owned, student-operated facility in which students could buy books and supplies as well as lunch and fountain drinks. In 1943, the Coop’s...

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