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    • Josephine C. Moore, neuro lecture

    • Anatomy.; Professor; Universities and colleges.; Universities and colleges--Faculty.; University of South Dakota; University of South Dakota. School of Medicine
    • Josephine C. Moore, Ph.D., OTR, DSc., delivers a neuroanatomy lecture. Beginning her career at the Medical School in 1966, Moore was a professor in the Department of Anatomy until she retired in 1993. A neuroanatomist who applied her work to...
    • Cat skeleton

    • Anatomy.; Students.; Universities and colleges.; Universities and colleges--Departments.; University of South Dakota; University of South Dakota. School of Medicine
    • Students in an anatomy lab studying a cat skeleton.
    • Remodeled Lee Med Building

    • Buildings.; Sanford School of Medicine; Universities and colleges.; University of South Dakota; University of South Dakota. School of Medicine
    • Midnight view of the east wing of the new Lee building, September 10, 2006.
    • Medical library reading room

    • Buildings.; Students.; Universities and colleges.; University of South Dakota; University of South Dakota. School of Medicine
    • 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...
    • New medical school construction

    • Buildings.; Universities and colleges.; University of South Dakota; University of South Dakota. 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.
    • Lee Med teaching addition

    • Buildings.; Universities and colleges.; University of South Dakota; University of South Dakota. School of Medicine
    • The 25,000 square-foot teaching addition to the Lee building, dedicated in 1969, provided more room for the library, offices, teaching laboratories, and a 240-seat lecture theater.
    • VA hospital

    • Buildings.; Universities and colleges.; University of South Dakota; University of South Dakota. School of Medicine
    • Affiliated teaching hospital Royal C. Johnson Memorial Veterans Administration Medical Center, Sioux Falls. Partnerships were established with regional hospitals for clinical instruction and experience.
    • Arthur L. Haines

    • Chemistry.; Professor; Students.; Universities and colleges.; Universities and colleges--Faculty.; University of South Dakota; University of South Dakota. College of Arts and Sciences; University of South Dakota. School of Medicine
    • 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.
    • Freshman orientation

    • Deans (Education); Universities and colleges.; Universities and colleges--Faculty.; University of South Dakota; University of South Dakota. School of Medicine
    • 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...
    • Emergency first aid course

    • Farrar, Frank L. (Frank Leroy), 1929- ; South Dakota. Governor (1969-1971 : Farrar); Universities and colleges.; University of South Dakota; University of South Dakota. School of Medicine
    • Governor Frank Farrar, on the left in coat, tie, and glasses, checks into the emergency first aid course, possibly EMT training, sponsored by the state. Farrar, who was governor from 1969 to 1971, led discussions in Pierre in 1969 concerning...
    • View from cement bridge

    • Floods -- Black Hills (S.D. and Wyo.); Floods -- South Dakota -- Keystone (S.D.)
    • From back of photograph "View from cement bridge looking towards the valley between the post office and the Old Hill City - Keystone Road." Sign in back ground for Battle Creek Campground.
    • Swen Soder's Volkswagon

    • Floods -- Black Hills (S.D. and Wyo.); Floods -- South Dakota -- Keystone (S.D.)
    • From back of phograph "Sven Soder's Volkswagon ended up on the road to Larry Chase property. Sven jumped out of Volkswagon near Echo Valley the night of the flood. He spent the night in a tree. Sven is the chef at Mt. Rushmore".
    • A view of the valley

    • Floods -- Black Hills (S.D. and Wyo.); Floods -- South Dakota -- Keystone (S.D.)
    • From back of photograph "A view across the valley looking acros from the Larry Chase property. The creek nomrally flows behind that clump of trees. A portion of the road remains".
    • Road into Larry Chase property

    • Floods -- Black Hills (S.D. and Wyo.); Floods -- South Dakota -- Keystone (S.D.)
    • From back of photograph "The road into the Larry Chase Property. The road is normally a bout a block away from the creek. 1 mile out on Old Hill City - Keystone Road". Shows railroad crossing sign and portion of railroad tracks.
    • Railroad tressle

    • Floods -- Black Hills (S.D. and Wyo.); Floods -- South Dakota -- Keystone (S.D.)
    • Sides of photograph were cut off. Caption still visible reads "Tressle above Merle Chase [property] in the fore ground. What is left .. the Chases' yard".

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