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    • 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...
    • Commencement Program

    • Dakota State University; Dakota State College; Commencement ceremonies; Universities & colleges
    • 1982 Commencement Program of the Dakota State College (now Dakota State University) at 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 University; Eastern State Teachers College; College student newspapers and periodicals -- South Dakota -- Madison
    • The campus newspaper was published bi-weekly by the students of Eastern State Normal School on October 28, 1942.
    • The Eastern

    • Dakota State University; Eastern State Teachers College; College student newspapers and periodicals -- South Dakota -- Madison
    • The campus newspaper was published bi-weekly by the students of Eastern State Normal School on November 11, 1942.
    • Ladies Hall

    • Dakota State University -- Buildings; Dakota Normal School -- Buildings
    • Ladies Hall was built in 1901 and was used as a dormitory for women. The basement housed the student dining room and a laboratory for the Science Department. In 1908, a 40 ft. addition was added to the northeast side. It was later named East...
    • Ladies Hall

    • Dakota State University -- Buildings; Dakota Normal School -- Buildings
    • Ladies Hall was built in 1901 and was used as a dormitory for women. The basement housed the student dining room and a laboratory for the Science Department. In 1908, a 40 ft. addition was added to the northeast side. It was later named East...
    • The Eastern

    • Dakota State University; Eastern State Teachers College; College student newspapers and periodicals -- South Dakota -- Madison
    • The campus newspaper was published bi-weekly by the students of Eastern State Normal School on October 14, 1942.
    • The Eastern

    • Dakota State University; Eastern State Teachers College; College student newspapers and periodicals -- South Dakota -- Madison
    • The campus newspaper was published bi-weekly by the students of Eastern State Normal School on January 20, 1943.
    • The Eastern

    • Dakota State University; Eastern State Teachers College; College student newspapers and periodicals -- South Dakota -- Madison
    • The campus newspaper was published bi-weekly by the students of Eastern State Normal School on March 24, 1943.
    • The Eastern

    • Dakota State University; Eastern State Teachers College; College student newspapers and periodicals -- South Dakota -- Madison
    • The campus newspaper was published bi-weekly by the students of Eastern State Normal School on April 7, 1943.
    • The Eastern

    • Dakota State University; Eastern State Teachers College; College student newspapers and periodicals -- South Dakota -- Madison
    • The campus newspaper was published bi-weekly by the students of Eastern State Normal School on May 12, 1943.
    • The Eastern

    • Dakota State University; General Beadle State College; College student newspapers and periodicals -- South Dakota -- Madison
    • The campus newspaper was published by the students of General Beadle State College on January 16, 1967.
    • The Eastern

    • Dakota State University; Eastern State Teachers College; College student newspapers and periodicals -- South Dakota -- Madison
    • The campus newspaper published monthly by the students of Eastern State Normal School in May 1945.
    • The Eastern

    • Dakota State University; Eastern State Teachers College; College student newspapers and periodicals -- South Dakota -- Madison
    • The campus newspaper published monthly by the students of Eastern State Normal School in November 1945.
    • The Eastern

    • Dakota State University; General Beadle State College; College student newspapers and periodicals -- South Dakota -- Madison
    • The campus newspaper was published by the students of General Beadle State College on November 18, 1966.
    • The Anemone 1914-15

    • Madison State Normal School -- Periodicals; Yearbooks; College Yearbooks -- South Dakota -- Madison; College yearbooks
    • 1914-15 yearbook for Madison State Normal School (later known as Dakota State University) in Madison, South Dakota. Published as the 1915 yearbook, according to Dakota State University records, it appears that this yearbook is the 1914 edition....
    • The Anemone 1923

    • Madison State Normal School -- Periodicals; Yearbooks; College yearbooks; College yearbooks -- South Dakota -- Madison
    • 1923 yearbook for Eastern State Normal School (later known as Dakota State University) in Madison, South Dakota. Published by the Junior Class.
    • The Anemone 1920

    • Madison State Normal School -- Periodicals; Yearbooks; College yearbooks; College yearbooks -- South Dakota -- Madison
    • 1920 yearbook for Madison State Normal School (later known as Dakota State University) in Madison, South Dakota. Published by the Junior Class.
    • The Anemone 1924

    • Eastern State Normal School -- Periodicals; Yearbooks; College Yearbooks; College Yearbooks -- South Dakota -- Madison
    • 1924 yearbook for Eastern State Normal School (later known as Dakota State University) in Madison, South Dakota. There were two yearbooks printed in 1924. One published by the Freshmen Class and this one which was published in May 1923 by the...

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