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    • Four members of the class of 1899

    • 1899
    • Students; Clark, Ivory Eugene; Uecker, William Charles; Addie, John Willard; Sisk, William James
    • Four members of the Class of 1899. Row one (front): Ivory Eugene Clark; Row two, left to right: William Charles Uecker, John Willard Addie, and William James Sisk. Inscribed on recto: Four members of the Class of 1899 (Uecker, Addie, Sisk, Clark.)
    • Fountain

    • 1929-1930
    • Shakespeare Garden
    • 23. The bird bath fountain, placed at the entrance of the Outdoor Theatre as a gift of the class of 1924.
    • Dakota Day's Miss Dakota

    • 1929-1930
    • Dakota Day; Miss Dakota
    • 34. Miss Dakota, riding in a specially decorated automobile , heads the Dakota Day parade. Dakota Day, the annual University homecoming, is one of the big events of the University year. Miss Dakota is elected by the students from the women members...
    • University Hall

    • 1929-1930
    • University Hall; Old Main
    • 2. The entrance to historic University Hall. This building houses many of the class rooms and offices for the college of arts and sciences and the college of music, and contains the offices of the Extension division.
    • Zoology class, University of Dakota, 1889

    • 1889
    • Zoology; Bristol, Charles L.; University Hall; Old Main; University of Dakota; Students
    • C. L. Bristol with Zoology class in front of University Hall (Old Main) with Zoology specimens. Inscribed on verso: "Zoology Class U. of D. 1889. With compliments of C. L. Bristol." Title taken from verso.
    • Class view

    • 1927
    • Academics; College of Arts and Sciences; Departments; Home Economics and Homemaking
    • Class view of Home Economics class in 1927.
    • Class of 1899

    • 1899
    • Students
    • Students from the class of 1899. Students are unidientified.
    • Class of 1893

    • ca. 1893
    • Students; Dudley, William H.; Raish, Edward L.; Ayer, Charles Harris; Pendleton, Edmund; Garry, Thomas H.; University of Dakota
    • Students from the University of South Dakota. Pictured from left to right: William H. Dudley, Edward L. Raish, Charles Harris Ayer, Edmund Pendleton, Thomas H. Garry. Inscribed on recto: (On photograph) Formerly at Univ. of So. Dak. now at Univ. of...
    • 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.
    • New Armory

    • 1929-1930
    • Buildings; New Armory
    • 12. The new $250,000 armory and gymnasium.
    • Basketball courts in New Armory

    • 1929-1930
    • New Armory; E. O. Lawrence Telecommunications
    • 14. The basketball floor in the new armory and gymnasium. This is the largest basketball floor in the state of South Dakota. It contains three regulation size courts. More than 2,000 persons can be seated at basketball games. The room also contains...
    • Swimming pool in New Armory

    • 1929-1930
    • New Armory; E. O. Lawrence Telecommunications
    • 15. A group of students enjoying the swimming pool in the new armory. The pool is 25 x 75 feet in size.
    • Chemistry building

    • 1929-1930
    • Pardee Laboratory; Chemistry Building
    • 10. Entrance to the chemistry building.
    • East Hall

    • 1929-1930
    • Buildings; East Hall
    • 17. A view of East Hall, dormitory for women students.
    • Dakota Hall

    • 1929-1930
    • Buildings; Dakota Hall
    • 19. A view of Dakota Hall, another dormitory for women students.
    • Inman Stadium

    • 1929-1930
    • Buildings; Inman Field; Inman Stadium
    • 21. The back of the University's concrete stadium. The stadium was financed by gifts of alumni and students of the University.

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