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    • Freshman football team USD Nov 9, 1909

    • 1909-11-09
    • Athletics; Football
    • Claude Chamberlain, Arthur Hasche, Ralph Gilmer Willy, James Marquis Pettigrew, Paul Emil Krueger, Donald K. Barrett, Fred Hoffman, Leo Van Aspinwall, Arthur Betts, Harry Curry, Ernest Jones, Dean Bigelow, Albert Hoffman, Harry Richard West, John...
    • Students from 1889

    • May 1889
    • University of Dakota; Students; Smith, Florence Evaline; Falkenstein, Frank C.; Ford, Ida May; Peterson, William Maurice; Hawkins, Elbert D.; Smith, Lucy May; Smith, Rollo Edward; Smith, Nellie Cushman; Marshall, Charles Andrew; Bayard, Hattie...
    • Students from the University of Dakota. Pictured as numbered on photograph: 1. Florence Evaline Smith, 2. Frank C. Falkenstein, 3. Ida May Ford, 4. William Maurice Peterson, 5. Elbert D. Hawkins, 6. Lucy May Smith, 7. Rollo Edward Smith, 8. Nellie...
    • Students from 1891

    • April or May 1891
    • Students; Syverson, Theodore R.; Holman, Edward Henry; Edgerton, William; Stanley, Harriet; Mars, Marie M.; Falkenstein, Frank C.; Culver, Garry E.; Ufford, Edward A.; McIntyre, William Alexander; Larsen, Peter Louis; Palmer, Leon George; Swezey,...
    • Students from 1891. Pictured as numbered on photograph: 1. Theodore R. Syverson, 2. Edward Henry Holman, 3. William Edgerton, 4. Harriet Stanley, 5. Marie M. Mars, 6. Frank C. Falkenstein, 7. Professor Garry E. Culver, 8. Edward A. Ufford, 9....
    • 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...
    • Chemistry building

    • 1929-1930
    • Pardee Laboratory; Chemistry Building
    • 9. The Chemistry building.
    • C. M. St. P. Bridge, Mobridge, S.D.

    • ca. 1912
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    • Man with shovel standing on railroad bridge. Title from recto. Inscribed on verso: Now don’t say I did not remember you - like you said about Lottie. Hows everybody including your self? Ruth Did you get that 15₵ shave - you spoke of - ? Hope...
    • Coed party

    • 1911
    • Old Armory; Gilbertson, Palmer Sigvald; Gilbertson, Carl Bernard; Lotze, Laura; Lotze, Marie; Olston, Stella
    • Group portrait taken at a coed party in the Old Armory at the University of South Dakota. Photograph appears in the 1913 Coyote page 238. Title from recto. Inscribed on verso: Carl: - This is a picture of the coed party the girls had some time ago....
    • Eagle Butte, South Dakota

    • 1911
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    • Man riding a jumping horse. Title from recto. Inscribed on recto: Eagle Butte, S. Dak. 11-8-11. Inscribed on verso: Hello Gills!- Someone must have told you that you owed me a card for I felt quite slighted. The town is quite empty - grand Jury at...
    • Vermillion High School women's basketball team

    • ca. 1908
    • Athletics; Basketball; Vermillion High School
    • Vermillion High School women's basketball team from 1908. Postcard inscription on back from W. H. L. is probably a postcard sent to Carl Gilbertson from W. H. Lawton. Inscribed on recto: VHS 08. Inscribed on verso: Dear Sir: Am sending all the...
    • Ruth and General Lloyd R. Moses

    • 1990
    • Moses, Lloyd R.; Moses, Rugh; E. O. Lawrence Telecommunications
    • On April 9, 1990, Lloyd Moses attended a dedication at the E. O. Lawrence Communications Building for a military library presented in his honor: the General Lloyd R. Moses Library. He was honored at the dedication for donating nearly all the 500...
    • Class composites

    • 1978
    • School of Medicine; Suelflow, Jerry; Bower, Tom; Garvin, Kevin;
    • From the left, Jerry Suelflow (1981), Tom Bower (1982) and Kevin Garvin (1982) view the “walls of fame” class composites located in the halls of the main floor of the Lee Building.

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