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    • Ephraim M. Epstein

    • 1881
    • Presidents; Epstein, Ephraim M. (1882-1883); University of Dakota; 1st President
    • President Ephraim Menahhem Epstein sits for his portrait. President Epstein was the first principal, teacher, and president of the University of Dakota from 1882-1883.
    • President's House

    • 1880-1889
    • Buildings; Inman House; Alumni House; President’s House; University of Dakota
    • Residence of Darwin M. Inman. The Inman house would be later be moved to Main Street to become the President's House of the University of South Dakota. Inscribed on recto: Reseidence of D. M. Inman, Vermillion, So. Dak. Tower blown off by wind...
    • Ephraim M. Epstein

    • 1882-1883
    • Presidents; Epstein, Ephraim M. (1882-1883); University of Dakota; 1st President
    • President Ephraim Menahhem Epstein was the fist principal, teacher, and president of the University of Dakota from 1882-1883.
    • 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...
    • 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.
    • John W. Herrick

    • ca. 1880
    • Presidents; Herrick, John R. (1885-1887); University of Dakota; 3rd President
    • John W. Herrick was president of the University of South Dakota from 1885 to 1887. Herrick was the 3rd president of the University of South Dakota. Inscribed on recto: J. K. Cole, 174 Sixth Avenue, Bet. 12th and 13th Streets, New York.
    • Grace Beede, medical Greek and Latin roots

    • 1950-1959
    • Beede, Grace
    • Grace Beede received her undergraduate degree from the University of South Dakota in 1926 and went on to become professor of Greek and Latin languages in literature in 1928. Although she formally retired in 1960, she served as the director of...
    • Howard B. Grose

    • 1880-1889
    • Presidents; Grose, Howard B. (1890-1891); 5th President
    • Howard B. Grose was president of the University of South Dakota from 1890 to 1891.
    • Edward B. Olson

    • ca. 1880
    • Presidents; Olson, Edward B. (1887-1889); University of Dakota; 4th President
    • Eward B. Olson was the fourth president of the University of South Dakota and served from 1887 to 1889.
    • Edward B. Olson

    • 1889
    • Presidents; Olson, Edward B. (1887-1889); University of Dakota; 4th President
    • Edward B. Olson was the fourth president of the University of South Dakota and served from 1887 to 1889.
    • Rev. John W. Simonds

    • 1897
    • Presidents; Simonds, John W. (Reverend) (1883-1885); University of Dakota; 2nd President
    • Reverend John W. Simonds was president of the University of South Dakota from 1883 to 1885.
    • Eward B. Olson

    • 1889
    • Presidents; Olson, Edward B. (1887-1889); University of Dakota; 4th President
    • Edward B. Olson was the fourth president of the University of South Dakota from 1887-1889.
    • Dean Belbas

    • 1954
    • Volante; Belbas, Dean
    • Dean Belbas, a 1956 graduate of the University of South Dakota, was involved in several activities during his University career. Some of these activities included: Marketing Club, baseball, tennis, Coyote, Volante, and sports publicity director....
    • Shrine to Music Museum grand opening

    • 1975
    • Shrine to Music Museum; National Music Museum
    • The Shrine to Music Museum opened new galleries to the public in November 1975, in what was then the original location of the W. H. Over Museum. Included at the ribbon cutting ceremony from the left were: Mrs. Barnes Abell, president of the Shrine...
    • 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...
    • Commencement procession, Old Main

    • ca. 1950
    • Old Main; Students; Graduation
    • Graduation customs and traditions have changed with the years. For example, in 1914 the tradition consisted of the juniors forming an arch with black and orange pendants. Both the University President and Chancellor led the procession, followed by...
    • Elmer Kendall Eyerly

    • 1910-1939
    • Eyerly, Elmer Kendall; Academics; College of Arts and Sciences; Deans; Professor; Economics; Sociology; Vice President
    • Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences from 1914-1917; Professor of Economics; Professor of Sociology; First vice-president of the University. Inscribed on verso: Elmer Kendall Eyerly, A.M. Dean of College of Arts and Sciences 1914-1917 Professor...

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