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    • Slagle Hall

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    • Buildings; Administration Building; Slagle Hall; Slagle Auditorium
    • Northeast view of Slagle Hall. Inscribed on recto: Auditorium U.S.D. Vermillion S.D. 782
    • Administration building

    • 1929-1930
    • Slagle Auditorium; Slagle Hall; Administration Building
    • 3. Rear entrance to the Administration building. The building contains the administration offices, music practice rooms, the museum, and Slagle auditorium. The auditorium has a seating capacity of 2,250.
    • Slagle Auditorium from Old Main

    • 1992
    • Buildings; Old Main; Slagle Auditorium
    • Photographer Mark Hennies took this image of Slagle Auditorium through “yet to be restored” Old Main’s tower window.
    • 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.
    • Baseball team

    • 1915
    • Athletics; Baseball; Team photographs; Slagle, Robert L. (1914-1929)
    • Baseball team photograph with President Robert L. Slagle (center) from 1915. Inscribed on verso: U.S.D. Base Ball 15.
    • Frank Streim

    • ca. 1954
    • Slagle Auditorium; University Choir; Streim, Frank
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    • Dean farewell speech

    • 1929-1930
    • Sparks, Earle S.; Arts and Sciences; Deans; Slagle Auditorium; Graduation
    • 48. One of the deans bid farewell to the seniors on alumni day.
    • 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...
    • 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,...

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