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    • Mobile x-ray unit

    • ca. 1954
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    • Beginning in the fall of 1948, a mobile chest x-ray unit was brought to the University of South Dakota campus. The primary purpose for bringing the x-ray to campus was to detect tuberculosis, but the x-ray pointed out various other conditions as...
    • Dr. Frances O. Kelsey

    • ca. 1954
    • School of Medicine; Kelsey, Frances O.
    • Associate professor of medicine, Dr. Frances O. Kelsey.
    • Platte, South Dakota

    • 1900-1920
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    • Commercial State Bank (Commercial Bank) in Platte, South Dakota. 1906 Pratt and Gjolme, Dr. Rustad, Dr. Anderson, the Land Department as well as the Loan Department are all visible. Title from recto. Inscribed on recto: Platte, S.D.
    • 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....
    • Mobile x-ray unit

    • 1940-1959
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    • Beginning in the fall of 1948, a mobile chest x-ray unit was brought to the University of South Dakota campus. The primary purpose for bringing the x-ray to campus was to detect tuberculosis, but the x-ray pointed out various other conditions as...
    • Clay County Courthouse

    • 1882
    • Buildings; Clay County Courthouse; Epstein, Ephraim M. (1882-1883); University of Dakota; 1st President; Presidents; Students
    • Students of the first University classes with Dr. Ephraim M. Epstein (first President of the University) in front of the Clay County Courthouse. Inscribed on recto: Clay County Courthouse where the first classes of the Univeristy of South Dakota...
    • Ft. Snelling summer training camp

    • 1926
    • Academics; College of Arts and Sciences; Departments; Military Science; Anderson, Rudolph W.; Chaussee, Robert A.; Clark, Sterling H.; Cortelyou, Walworth T.; Courshon, Ted J.; Gunderson, Howard O.; Gurney, Clifford L.; Hogeboom, C. E.; Kaveney,...
    • Row one (back): Herman R. Rosenow, Joseph R. Spies, Alvin Staack, Rollin Stevens, Glen M. Teal, George H. Tompkins, Robert F. Wales, D. Stuart Walker, Fred N. Whiting, Leslie C. Winters; Row two: C. E. Hogeboom, Irving E. Kaveney, Lyle B. Knight,...
    • Dr. Robert Knapp

    • ca. 1955
    • Knapp, Robert H.; Deans; Dean of Men and Student Personnel Services; Academics; Departments; School of Education; College of Arts and Sciences; Psychology
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    • Summer camp for children with special needs

    • 1957
    • Special Education
    • This photograph documents the June 1957 session of the annual summer school for children with special needs. In 1956, the school was named as the only one of its kind in the United States. The summer school was under the direction of Dr. H. V....
    • Freshman orientation

    • 1989
    • School of Medicine; Faculty; Talley, Robert; Hagen, Ainsworth
    • Dr. Robert Talley and Ainsworth Hagen, Ph.D., attend freshman orientation in Vermillion. Hagen began teaching in 1983 and was chair of the Department of Physiology and Pharmacology. Talley was chair of the Department of Internal Medicine from 1975...
    • Dr. Edwin H. Shaw Jr.

    • 1950s-1960s
    • School of Medicine; Faculty; Shaw, Edwin H.
    • Edwin H. Shaw Jr. Ph.D. “Mr. Medical Education”, orients a sample of collagen before placing it in an X-ray diffractometer. He joined the staff of the Medical School in 1927, and retired in 1971. His research included the structure of collagen....
    • Observatory

    • ca. 1955
    • Observatory; Unidentified
    • An unidentified student peers through the telescope at the observatory located on the north side of Inman Field on the University of South Dakota campus. The observatory was built in 1917 at the cost of $6,500. Features of the observatory included...
    • West Hall, Armory (Belbas Center), Old Main, Science Hall, East Hall

    • 1900-1905
    • Buildings; Campus views; West Hall; Armory; Old Armory; Old Main; University Hall; Science Hall; East Hall
    • Page from an album by Dr. Thomas Cruickshank showing a collage of five pictures from the University. Clockwise starting from bottom left: Science Hall and West Hall, West Hall, Old Main (University Hall), East Hall. Center: Armory (Old Armory).

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