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  • All fields: medicine
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    • "First class" orientation

    • 1974
    • School of Medicine; Students
    • Part of South Dakota’s charter class of M.D.s (1977) in the Lee auditorium.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • Alumni Day commencement

    • 1929-1930
    • Alumni Day; Old Main; University Hall
    • 47. The start of the senior procession on Alumni day at commencement time.
    • Animal research

    • 1957
    • School of Medicine
    • Expanded research capability in the new Lee Building included raccoons.
    • 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.
    • Baseball game

    • 1929-1930
    • Athletics; Baseball
    • 36. A scene from one of the University baseball games. The University does not participate in intercollegiate baseball, but each spring the University tournament attracts much attention. Fifteen or twenty teams are arranged into two leagues. The...
    • 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...
    • Blood workshop

    • 1950s
    • School of Medicine; Students; Sacred Heart Hospital, Yankton (S.D.);
    • Possibly at Sacred Heart Hospital in Yankton where many medical students received clinical experience.
    • Business Day

    • 1929-1930
    • School of Business; New Armory; Business Day
    • 51. Some of the booths arranged by students and visitors for the Business Day exhibit at the University by the School of Business Administration.
    • Cat skeleton

    • 1950s
    • School of Medicine; Anatomy; Students
    • Students in an anatomy lab studying a cat skeleton.
    • Chemistry building

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

    • 1929-1930
    • Pardee Laboratory; Chemistry Building
    • 9. The Chemistry building.
    • Christian P. Lommen

    • 1885-1903
    • Academics; School of Medicine; Deans; Lommen, Christian P. (1891-1926); University of Dakota
    • Portrait of Christian P. Lommen.
    • Class composites

    • 1978
    • School of Medicine; Suelflow, Jerry; Bower, Tom; Garvin, Kevin;
    • From the left, Jerry Suelflow (1981), Tom Bower (1982) and Kevin Garvin (1982) view the “walls of fame” class composites located in the halls of the main floor of the Lee Building.
    • Coronary clinic

    • 1970
    • School of Medicine; Nursing; Students; Baik, Kay; Keeley, Ruth; Lawrenson, Mary Pat; Veurink, Helen
    • Students Kay Baik, Ruth Keeley, Mary Pat Lawrenson and Helen Veurink (likely in the associate nursing program) look at an electrocardiogram and watch a monitor at the head of the “patient”.
    • Crowd at Dakota Day game

    • 1929-1930
    • Dakota Day; Athletics; Football; Inman Field
    • 28. A part of the crowd in the stadium at a Dakota Day game.

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