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    • Zimmermann Hall

    • Dakota State University -- Buildings; General Beadle State College -- Buildings
    • Zimmermann Hall, dedicated in 1964, was originally designed to be a dormitory for women. This three story brick building, measuring 32 x 263 ft., could house 128 women. Zimmermann Hall held the campus cafeteria in the south corner of the first...
    • Dedication Program - Zimmermann Hall

    • Dakota State University; General Beadle State College; Dedication programs;
    • Zimmermann Hall was dedicated on September 17, 1964. It was named in recognition of the many contributions that the Zimmermann family has made to Lake County rural education, General Beadle State College and to the community.
    • President (Acting) William W. Girton

    • Dakota State University; President of Madison State Normal School; Madison State Normal School
    • William W. Girton was born in Lincolnshire, England April 10, 1850. William received his education in public schools of Sauk County, Wisconsin. In 1868, he entered an Academy at Spring Green for two years and then in 1869 at Sextonville, Wisconsin....
    • West Wing

    • Dakota State University -- Buildings; Dakota Normal School -- Buildings
    • West Wing opened its doors in September of 1886. Originally the Library and President's office were housed in the building. The Model School was in the basement. The name of the building changed to Beadle Hall in honor of General William Henry...
    • West Wing

    • Dakota State University -- Buildings; Dakota Normal School -- Buildings
    • West Wing opened its doors in September of 1886. Originally the Library and President's office were housed in the building. The Model School was in the basement. The name of the building changed to Beadle Hall in honor of General William Henry...
    • President Dr. Vayne Arnold Lowry

    • Dakota State University; Lowry, V. A. (Vayne Arnold), 1896-1980; President of Eastern State Teachers College; Eastern State Teachers College; General Beadle State Teachers College; President of General Beadle State Teachers College
    • Vayne A. Lowry was born at Hibbard, Indiana on September 23, 1896. He graduated from high school at Culver, Indiana, he then attended Purdue University prior to serving in the U.S Army in World War I, returning to Purdue University and received a...
    • President Dr. Jerald A. Tunheim

    • Dakota State University; President of Dakota State College; Dakota State College; President of Dakota State University; Dakota State University
    • Tunheim has spent his higher education career in South Dakota, beginning as an undergraduate student at South Dakota State University in 1958. He holds a bachelor’s degree in engineering physics and a M.S. in physics, both from SDSU. He received...
    • Reading Room in Ladies Hall Dormitory

    • Dakota State University -- Buildings; Madison State Normal School -- Buildings
    • This was one of the Reading Rooms in the Ladies Hall Dormitory (now known as East Hall). East Hall was a large three-story building given over exclusively to the girls. It had a kitchen, dining room, bathrooms, reading rooms and parlors.
    • Dakota State Normal buildings

    • Dakota State University -- Buildings; Dakota Normal School -- Buildings
    • There were three buildings on the grounds of Dakota Normal School at this time; West Hall, West Wing later known as Beadle Hall and the Ladies Hall Dormitory later known as East Hall in Madison, South Dakota.
    • The Trojan 1929

    • College yearbooks; Yearbooks; Eastern State Teachers College -- Periodicals; College yearbooks -- South Dakota -- Madison
    • The Trojan, a 1929 yearbook for Eastern State Teachers College (later known as Dakota State University) in Madison, South Dakota.
    • Trojan Center

    • Dakota State University -- Buildings; General Beadle State College -- Buildings
    • The Trojan Center, or "TC" as the students commonly call it, was built in 1965. The TC serves as Dakota State's Student Union building. It houses the bookstore, conferences rooms, office space, lounge area, and a Meditation Center for students. ...
    • Smith-Zimmermann Heritage Museum

    • Dakota State University -- Buildings; General Beadle State Teachers College -- Buildings
    • The Smith-Zimmermann Heritage Museum was dedicated on October 15, 1961 in honor of Captain and Mrs. H.P. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Philip Zimmerman. In 1959, George Smith and Lillie Zimmermann together donated $75,000 for the museum building to be...
    • Science Hall

    • Dakota State University -- Buildings; Dakota Normal School -- Buildings; Madison State Normal School -- Buildings
    • The Science Hall was built in 1910. The first floor was a laboratory, and a classroom facility for chemistry, physics and agriculture. The second floor was the gymnasium. In 1923, a balcony was added. This building was located on the southwest...
    • Science Hall

    • Dakota State University -- Buildings; Eastern State Teachers College -- Buildings
    • The Science Hall was built in 1910. The first floor was a laboratory, and a classroom facility for chemistry, physics and agriculture. The second floor was the gymnasium. In 1923, a balcony was added. This building was located on the southwest area...
    • C. Ruth Habeger Science Center

    • Dakota State University -- Buildings; Dakota State College -- Buildings
    • The Science Center was completed in August of 1972. It is 35,000 sq. ft. and one story high. It contains 2 large lecture rooms, a 200 seat auditorium, laboratories which can be used as classrooms, service areas, a greenhouse, a herbarium, and...
    • East Wing Library

    • Dakota State University -- Buildings; Dakota Normal School -- Buildings; Madison State Normal School -- Buildings; Eastern State Teachers College
    • The Library was housed in East Wing. The Legislature appropriated money for the construction of East Wing in 1901. It was constructed in 1904 and housed administrative offices, library and the auditorium. In 1955, East Wing was renamed Kennedy...
    • East Wing

    • Dakota State University -- Buildings; Dakota Normal School -- Buildings; Madison State Normal School -- Buildings
    • The Legislature appropriated money for the construction of East Wing in 1901. It was constructed in 1904 and housed administrative offices, library and the auditorium. In 1955, East Wing was renamed Kennedy Hall in honor of C.B. Kennedy, the donor...
    • Dedication Program - Karl E. Mundt Library

    • Dakota State University; General Beadle State Teachers College; Dedication programs;
    • The Karl E. Mundt Library was dedicated by President Richard M. Nixon on June 3, 1969. The Karl E. Mundt Historical and Educational Foundation is located in the lower level as well as a repository for Senator Mundt's papers and memorabilia.

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