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    • The Anemone 1927

    • College yearbooks; Eastern State Teachers College; Yearbooks; College yearbooks -- South Dakota -- Madison
    • 1927 yearbook for Eastern State Teachers College (later known as Dakota State University) 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.
    • The Trojan 1930

    • College yearbooks; Yearbooks; Eastern State Teachers College -- Periodicals; College yearbooks -- South Dakota -- Madison
    • 1930 yearbook for Eastern State Teachers College (later known as Dakota State University) in Madison, South Dakota.
    • The Anemone 1928

    • College yearbooks; Yearbooks; Eastern State Teachers College -- Periodicals; College yearbooks -- South Dakota -- Madison;
    • 1928 yearbook for Eastern State Teachers College (later known as Dakota State University) in Madison, South Dakota.
    • Forty Years at General Beadle 1922-1962

    • Dakota State College -- Periodicals; Dakota State University; Lowry, V. A. (Vayne Arnold), 1896-1980; Universities and colleges
    • A publication of the history of Dakota State College (now called Dakota State University) Madison, South Dakota from 1881 to 1981. This volume contains two works. The first history of the college was written by V.A. Lowry from 1881 to 1962. The...
    • The Eastern

    • Dakota State College; Dakota State University; College student newspapers and periodicals -- South Dakota -- Madison
    • The campus newspaper was published by the students of Dakota State College on February 12, 1974.
    • Richardson Hall

    • Dakota State University -- Buildings; Dakota State College -- Buildings
    • Richardson Hall is the largest of the dorms on the University campus. Construction of the hall completed during the summer of 1970. The building was named after Charles S. Richardson, first President of Dakota State University, known then as Dakota...
    • Tyrrell Physical Plant

    • Dakota State University -- Buildings; Dakota State College -- Buildings
    • Construction of the Physical Plant began in 1970 and was completed in 1971. The 12,270 square foot new plant was named after Claude Tyrrell, former Superintendent of Buildings, and Preston, his son, whom later served Eastern State College as...
    • 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...
    • Karl E. Mundt Library

    • Dakota State University -- Buildings; Dakota State College -- Buildings; Mundt, Karl E., 1900-1974
    • The Karl E. Mundt Library was constructed in 1967. The Mundt Library was named after long-time South Dakota Republican Senator Karl E. Mundt. The dedication was in June of 1969 with many nationally known figures in attendance including former...
    • Karl E. Mundt Library

    • Dakota State University -- Buildings; Dakota State College -- Buildings; Mundt, Karl E., 1900-1974
    • The Karl E. Mundt Library was constructed in 1967. The Mundt Library was named after long-time South Dakota Republican Senator Karl E. Mundt. The dedication was in June of 1969 with many nationally known figures in attendance including former...
    • Higbie Hall

    • Dakota State University -- Buildings; General Beadle State College -- Buildings
    • Higbie Hall, built in 1965, was named after Edgar C. Higbie. The hall is located next to the Trojan Center. It was originally built to house 150 men. The dedication ceremony was held in September 1965.
    • June Emry Hall

    • Dakota State University -- Buildings; General Beadle State College -- Buildings
    • June Emry Hall was built as a women's domitory. The building was opened in the Fall of 1968. It became home to 168 female students living in double occupancy rooms. The Hall was dedicated Thursday, October 2, 1969. The building was named after...
    • Lowry Hall

    • Dakota State University -- Buildings; General Beadle State Teachers College -- Buildings
    • In 1958, Lowry Hall was built as a dormitory for 70 male students. It was named after Vayne Arnold Lowry, the President of the University from 1933-1962. In 2000, the Business & Education Institute (BEI) and Computing Services moved into the...
    • The Eastern

    • Dakota State University; College student newspapers and periodicals -- South Dakota -- Madison
    • The campus newspaper was published by the students of Dakota State College on September 08, 1969.
    • The Eastern

    • Dakota State University; College student newspapers and periodicals -- South Dakota -- Madison
    • The campus newspaper was published by the students of Dakota State College on September 15, 1969.
    • The Eastern

    • Dakota State University; College student newspapers and periodicals -- South Dakota -- Madison
    • The campus newspaper was published by the students of Dakota State College on September 22, 1969.
    • The Eastern

    • Dakota State University; College student newspapers and periodicals -- South Dakota -- Madison
    • The campus newspaper was published by the students of Dakota State College on September 29, 1969.

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