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    • Vignette images

    • ca. 1910
    • Gilbertson, Carl Bernard; Gilbertson, Palmer Sigvald; Goddard, Ray
    • Vignette images of a man on a tree along the river, canoeists, and a man standing in front of a house. Inscribed on verso: Carl:- Say Ray Goddard wants to buy our canoe and he will give us $20 for it if we will wait until the first of July. I think...
    • Dwane Jensen

    • 1954
    • Athletics; Basketball; Jensen, Dwane; New Armory
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    • Jim Rath

    • 1953-1954
    • Athletics; Basketball; Rath, James; Buildings; New Armory
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    • 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.
    • Old Armory

    • 1929-1930
    • Buildings; Old Armory
    • 11. Old Armory. This building was used as a men's gymnasium until the new armory and gymnasium was erected. This old building was renovated and is now used exclusively for women's athletics.
    • 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.
    • 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...
    • Animal research

    • 1957
    • School of Medicine
    • Expanded research capability in the new Lee Building included raccoons.
    • New medical school construction

    • 1952
    • Andrew E. Lee Memorial Medicine and Science building; School of Medicine
    • The School of Medicine occupied part of the old Science Hall from 1907 until 1953 when it moved into the new Andrew E. Lee Memorial Medicine and Science Building. By 1953 the Lee Medical building was completed at a cost of $868,000.
    • 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...
    • Dr. Edwin H. Shaw Jr.

    • 1950s-1960s
    • School of Medicine; Faculty; Shaw, Edwin H.
    • Edwin H. Shaw Jr. Ph.D. “Mr. Medical Education”, orients a sample of collagen before placing it in an X-ray diffractometer. He joined the staff of the Medical School in 1927, and retired in 1971. His research included the structure of collagen....
    • 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...
    • Remodeled Lee Med Building

    • 2006
    • Andrew E. Lee Memorial Medicine and Science building; Sanford School of Medicine
    • Midnight view of the east wing of the new Lee building, September 10, 2006.
    • Interior of Law Library

    • 1934
    • Law Library
    • The law library shown here was housed in the original law building, established by the South Dakota Legislature in 1908. Plans for a new law library were initiated in 1949 with the arrival of George Townsend, the University’s first full-time...
    • 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.
    • 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.

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