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    • Aerial view of campus

    • 1929-1930
    • Old Main; Slagle Auditorium; Slagle Hall; Administration Building; East Hall; University Hall; East Hall; Science Hall; Belbas Center; Old Armory; Shrine to Music Museum; W. H. Over Museum; National Music Museum
    • 1. An airplane view showing part of the campus of the University, and the north part of the residence section of Vermillion.
    • Arthur L. Haines

    • 1960s
    • School of Medicine; Arts and Sciences; Chemistry; Faculty; Haines, Arthur Lee; Students
    • Arthur L. Haines Ph.D., and two students work in a chemistry lab. Haines came to USD as a chemistry instructor in 1904. Organic and physiological chemistry courses were part of the Bachelor of Science in Medicine curriculum.
    • Battalion staff

    • 1954
    • Military Science; ROTC (Reserve Officer Training Corp); Gray, Harold; Morgan, John L.; McMaster, Ronald Ray; Cole, Pete; Erickson, Richard C.; DeVinny, Robert F.; Rath, James J.; Wemmering, Fred; Simmons, Thomas Jerome; Aistrope, Douglas Henry;...
    • Back row left to right: Harold Gray, John L. Morgan, Ronald Ray McMaster, Pete Cole, Richard C. Erickson, Robert F. DeVinny, James J. Rath. Front row left to right: Fred Wemmering, Thomas Jerome Simmons, Douglas Henry Aistrope, Jack B. Fritts,...
    • Cadet officers

    • ca. 1899
    • Academics; College of Arts and Sciences; Departments; Military Science; Students; Unidentified
    • Military Science and Tactics cadet officers. Inscribed on recto: Cadet officers 1897.
    • Campus buildings

    • 1910s
    • Buildings; Campus views; Armory; Old Armory; Belbas Center; College of Law; Arts and Sciences; Old Main; University Hall; Carnegie Library; Shrine to Music Museum; National Music Museum; Chemistry Building; Pardee Laboratory; East Hall; Science Hall
    • Collage of photographs of campus buildings.
    • Campus in 1905

    • 1905
    • Buildings; Campus views; Science Hall; West Hall; Armory; Old Armory; University Hall; Old Main
    • Campus in 1905. Buildings from left to right: Science Hall, West Hall, Armory, and University Hall. Title from recto. Inscribed on recto and verso: campus in 1905.
    • Civil defense

    • 1963
    • Facilities Management
    • In 1963, the University of South Dakota began constructing fallout shelters on campus. These shelters were located beneath Norton Hall, Brookman Hall, Noteboom Hall, Burgess Hall, East Hall, Dakota Hall, and Julian Hall. The education building,...
    • Clark Montgomery Young

    • 1889-1900
    • Young, Clark Montgomery; Academics; College of Arts and Sciences; Deans; Professor; History; Political Science; Social Science; University of Dakota
    • Clark Montgomery Young was professor of History and Political Science and served as Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences from 1902 until his death in 1908. Inscribed on verso: Clark Montgomery Young, Ph.D. Dean of Arts and Science College...
    • Edna Lass

    • 1930
    • Academics; College of Arts and Sciences; Departments; Military Science; Lass, Edna
    • Edna Lass. Inscribed on verso: Edna Lass 1930 Honorary Colonel
    • Faculty

    • 1891-1899
    • Academics; Unidentified; Faculty; Mauck, Joseph W. (1891-1898); Lommen, Christian P. (1891-1926); Logan, John D.; Young, Clark Montgomery; Merchant, Frank; Pell, Alexander; Grabill, Ethelbert W.; Maynard, Margaret; Blair, Genevieve June; Price,...
    • Pictured clockwise from upper left: President and Professor of Philosophy Joseph W. Mauck; unidentified; Dean of the School of Medicine and Professor of Biology Christian P. Lommen; Professor of English and Philosophy John D. Logan; Dean of Arts...
    • 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,...
    • Greetings from Vermillion So. Dak.

    • 1910s
    • Buildings; Campus views; College of Law; Arts and Sciences; Old Main; University Hall; Carnegie Library; Chemistry Building; Pardee Laboratory; East Hall; Science Hall
    • A real photo postcard comprised of collaged photo postcards of buildings from the University of South Dakota campus. Buildings pictured from left to right, top and then bottom: College of Law (Arts and Sciences), Main Building (Old Main or...
    • Honorary cadet colonel and attendants

    • 1954
    • Military Science; Mumford, Jane; Schlapkohl, Gloria; Shaw, Ann Louise; Hughes, Patricia; Miller, Marilyn
    • Left to right: Marilyn Miller (Battalion Sweetheart), Jane Mumford (Honorary Cadet Colonel), Gloria Schlapkohl (Adjutant Colonel), Ann Louise Shaw (Battalion Sweetheart), Patti Hughes (Battalion Sweetheart).
    • Lab tech student

    • 1957
    • School of Medicine; Students
    • Student in a Sioux Falls laboratory. McKennan and Sioux Valley hospital laboratories in Sioux Falls were used for clinical studies. The Bachelor of Science degree in medical technology created in 1942 required three years of classes and one of...
    • Lee Med greenhouse

    • 1953
    • Andrew E. Lee Memorial Medicine and Science building; School of Medicine; Dental Hygiene; Faculty; Students; Chessen, Gerald
    • Second year medical student Gerald Chessen with two USD undergraduates or staff employees in the Lee Med greenhouse. The greenhouse was located on the southwest side of the Lee building, and was used to raise plants for pharmacology and toxicology...
    • 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.
    • Margaret Maynard with Mary Elizabeth Lewis

    • 1896-1899
    • Academics; College of Fine Arts; Departments; Art; Faculty; Maynard, Margaret; Professor; History; Political Science; Dean of Women; Lewis, Mary Elizabeth
    • Margaret Maynard, professor of art, with Mary Elizabeth Lewis, professor of history, political science and the first Dean of Women) on the steps of East Hall.
    • Med tech

    • 1975
    • School of Medicine; Students; Heisler, Jean Eller
    • Jean Eller Heisler practices phlebotomy with a classmate. She completed the four-year medical technology program to earn her Bachelor of Science degree in biology in 1975. The Medical School started the program in 1942.
    • Medical library reading room

    • 1956
    • School of Medicine; Lommen Health Sciences Library; Students
    • Students study in the new medical library reading room. The library was dedicated to Christian P. Lommen, the first dean. Lommen's son Peter attended the Lee Building dedication. A University medical library was established in 1907 to serve the...

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