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Scope and Content:

This collection consists of 2,842 photographs that document the history Utah State University from roughly 1890 to 1990. Nearly every major aspect of USU is covered by these images including student activities, athletics, building projects, departments, graduation, classroom scenes, the library, research, laboratories, extension and experiment station activities, and university staff and faculty. The images show the evolution of the University from the Agricultural College of Utah with nine faculty members and 139 students when classes first opened in the fall of 1890 to the modern, graduate, research institution. Photos are mounted onto 2,024 archival poster boards.

Provenance:

These images were compiled from a variety of University resources as well as private donors. Many of the photographs also came from University publications such as the school yearbook, student newspaper, catalogues, and advertisements. A portion of the items in this collection have been compiled from five other photograph collections (P0004, P0007, P0014, P0017, and P0329) in which case the photoboard displays a duplicate and the original remains in its respective collection.

Historical Note:

For more information about the history of Utah State University see Pictures Past: A Centennial Celebration of Utah State University by A.J. Simmonds and An Encyclopedic History of Utah State University by Robert Parson, University Archivist.

Utah State University has had four official names: Agricultural College of Utah (1888-1916), Utah Agricultural College (1916-1929), Utah State Agricultural College (1929-1957), and Utah State University (1957- to date).

Buildings on campus were used for a multitude of purposes and often housed several academic departments over the course of the school's history. For continuity's sake, this inventory will use one specific name for each building or place, even though that name has changed over time. The following list indicates each building's most common name and a brief history. These buildings are denoted in the inventory by an asterisk.

Old Main Hill - The rather steep hill on the southwest corner of campus is well known to today's students as Old Main Hill, after the building which crown's its peak. Prior to the main building on campus being nicknamed Old Main, this hill was called College Hill, after the campus itself. For continuity's sake, the hill will be referred to as Old Main Hill.

Merrill Library - The first campus library was actually housed in Old Main, although it moved three times within the building due to departmental accommodations. In 1930, the University Library was built - a three story structure on the east end of the Quad. In 1963 and 1967, two additions were added to the building, completely enclosing the old structure, and the modified building was renamed after Milton R. Merrill, Vice President of Utah State University. In the summer of 2003 construction began for a new Merrill Library to be built adjacent to the east and north sides of the Stanford O. Cazier Science and Technology Library (Sci-Tech Library). The former Merrill Library was torn down in 2006 after the completion of the new Merrill-Cazier Library. To avoid confusion with the 1995 Sci-Tech and Merrill-Cazier Libraries, "Merrill Library" will refer to the original site of the 1930 University Library Building.

President's Residence - Originally meant to be the model farmhouse and the home of the School of Domestic Science, the President's Residence was first claimed in 1890 by President Sanborn, who swapped his planned residence in Old Main with the School of Domestic Science. It remained in use as the official residence of the President until Joseph Marion Tanner (1896), when it was vacated and turned into a dormitory. Currently it is used as the campus Alumni Center. Throughout this inventory, it will be called the "President's Residence" in order to avoid confusion with later dormitories.

Student Union Building - Until the 1950s, campus lacked a formal building for use by the student body. The Family Life Building, with a cafeteria and outdoor eating area, served as a social gathering place for the students. Other structures, such as the TUB (Temporary Union Building), were used from 1946 to 1952 while the Student Union Building was planned and built. On May 2, 1953, the first wing of the building was dedicated and opened for student use, with the second wing being completed nearly ten years later in December of 1964. From the 1950s to the 1970s, the building was referred to as the Union Center. Around 1980, the name of the building was changed to the Taggart Student Center after Glen L. Taggart, 11th President of the University. For continuity's sake, the building will be referred to as the "Student Union Building."

University Annex - Built in 1891, this building served as a co-ed boarding house until 1909. It was later used as the Domestic Science Building from 1909-1935, World War I barracks, Forestry Building from 1935-1960, and as the University Annex and Social Sciences & Arts Building from 1961-1970. It was condemned after the earthquake of August 1962 and demolished in the fall of 1970. Due to its changing use, the title "University Annex" will be used to identify the building throughout the inventory.

Researcher Note:

To view these photographs, please see the USU Historical Digital Photo Collection.

Entries followed by an (RO) designation are copies of the original. The originals are located in the Retired Originals Collection P0329 under the same item number. Many of these photographs are also found in other collections, such as the Agricultural College of Utah Cyanotypes Collection P0014. References to these collections will be listed after the entry by their collection number (ex. P0014) followed by their item number within the collection. Entries enclosed partially or wholly by quotation marks (" ") are taken directly from the reference work cited, in most cases this will be the Buzzer, the University yearbook.

There are a number of collections that contain additional USU images including:
H. Reuben Reynolds Collection - P0004
Maxwell D. Cohn Photograph Collection - P0007
Agricultural College of Utah Cyanotypes Collection - P0014
Utah Cooperative Extension Division - P0017
Postcard Collection - P0031
USU Intermountain Herbarium - P0119
Military Science and Tactics - P0137
County Extension Agent Reports - P0138
Utah State University Student Activity Photograph Collection - P0312
Outlook Magazine Photograph Collection - P0320
Publicity Portraits - P0326
Retired Originals Collection - P0329
ROTC Scrapbooks - P0350
Utah Juniper Photograph Collection - P0366
Student Union Building - P0367

Register completed by Liz Woolcott, 2003, and revised by Daniel Davis, April 2008.


Inventory:

USU A-0001. Old Main architectural drawing, 1889. Drawing by C. L. Thompson for "College Building." Plan modified in 1892 to enlarge center section. Thompson plan would have centered the tower due east of 500 North St. SEE also Outlook, December 1970, p. 8. (RO)
USU A-0002. Old Main architectural drawing, 1892. Drawing by Carl C. Shaub, architect. 1892 enlarged plan for Main Building. Center section enlarged from Thompson 1889 plan. See also USU A-0128. See also Outlook, December 1970, p.8.
USU A-0003a. Students seated in the Chapel (auditorium) of Old Main, 1891. View from the stage. The Chapel was located in the south wing of Old Main. The balcony was later removed and the second floor added for the Geology department. Seating capacity was 400. (RO) See also the image in ACU Catalogue 1902-3 in the USU Catalogues 9.5/1 and P0014 7:60 and 7:71.
USU A-0003b. View of the Chapel (auditorium) from the stage, 1891. It was last used for chapel exercises in 1901-1902. Also known as Society Hall, the Chapel was located in the south wing of Old Main. The balcony was later removed and the second floor added for the Geology department. Seating capacity was 400. See also P0014 2:04:07 and 7:71. See also Student Life Vol. 13, no. 31, May 7, 1915, p. 3.
USU A-0004. Agricultural College of Utah football team of 1901. See also P0014 7:103.
USU A-0005a. Agricultural College of Utah football team scrimmaging on the lawn west of Old Main, 1906. Edgar B. Brossard featured. See USU A-0714b. See also P0014 2:01:12. See also Student Life 1906, p. 83-85.
USU A-0005b. Edgar B. Brossard in football gear, 1906. See also P0014 2:01:11 and 2:02:12. See also Student Life 1906, p. 90.
USU A-0006a. Five men standing outside a quarantine house, ca. 1903. "Small Pox" sign near the door. House was at foot of Old Main Hill*, south of present stairs. See also P0014 1:13:04 and 1:16:11.
USU A-0006b. Lt. Samuel W. Dunning drilling faculty on the Chapel stage, 1902.
USU A-0007. "Winter spraying in the Experiment Station Orchard." Three men spraying fruit trees on the Experiment Station Orchard, March 1898. See also ACU Experiment Station Bulletin, no. 55, plate I.
USU A-0008. View taken from intersection 700 East St. and 600 North St., including the Director’s House, President’s residence*, Experiment Station, Old Main, Mechanic Arts, University Annex*, and privy behind the Annex (L to R), spring 1902. The front of Old Main is under construction. See also P0014 7:141.
USU A-0009. MISSING.
USU A-0010a. View of campus landscape on Old Main Hill* looking west toward the Logan LDS Temple, 1920s.
USU A-0010b. View of campus landscape on Old Main Hill* looking west toward the Logan LDS Temple, 1920s.
USU A-0010c. Winter view of campus landscape on Old Main Hill* looking west toward the Logan LDS Temple, 1920s.
USU A-0011a. Mechanic Arts Building after the fire of September 11, 1905. Later rebuilt as a two-story structure. Sketch of blue prints for original building located in the Student Life 1903, p. 115.
USU A-0011b. North wing of Mechanic Arts Building and south wing of Old Main, ca. 1903.
USU A-0012. Orchard, looking east towards mouth of Logan Canyon from roof of Old Main, flag pole visible, 1901. Flagpole also visible on photo USU A-0024a. See also P0014 1:03:10, 1:06:12, 8:68, and 8:174. See the catalogue of the Agricultural College of Utah, 1905-06, for additional photos of the orchard.
USU A-0013a. View of Mechanic Arts Building from the south tower of Old Main, taken after the fire of September 11, 1905. Photo removed from the Kerr Collection of the Presidential Papers.
USU A-0013b. View of Mechanic Arts Building from the west, taken after the fire of September 11, 1905. Photo removed from the Kerr Collection of the Presidential Papers.
USU A-0014. Old Main west tower under construction, summer 1902.
USU A-0015a. Old Main construction of west wing, horses and supplies, spring 1902. Completing third and fourth floors. See P0014 1:01:15, 1:02:18, and 8:117.
USU A-0015b. Old Main west tower under construction, with horses and supplies. Completing third and fourth floors, early spring 1902. See also P0014 1:01:16 and 1:02:18.
USU A-0016. Old Main west tower under construction, early spring 1902. See also P0014 1:01:13 and 8:112.
USU A-0017a. Winter scene of the south wing of Old Main, view from the south, winter 1905.
USU A-0017b. Winter scene of the north wing of Old Main, view from the west, winter 1905.
USU A-0018a. North wing of Old Main, view from the west, ca. 1907.
USU A-0018b. Old Main west tower, view from the west, ca. 1907.
USU A-0019. View of fields through lombardy poplar wind-break on the Greenville Experiment Station farm, ca. 1903.
USU A-0020a. View of the Experiment Station Farm in St. George, Utah, ca. 1905.
USU A-0020b. View of the Experiment Station Farm and buildings through the front gates in St. George, Utah, ca. 1905.
USU A-0021. Campus view looking east from the 2nd floor of the Experiment Station Building, including the Model Barn, Conservatory, North Wing of Old Main, Veterinary Hospital, greenhouse, and forest plantation, ca. 1905. See also P0014 2:06:12, 7:125, 8:111, and 8:179.
USU A-0022a. Residence of the Director of the Experiment Station, ca. 1904. See also P0014 1:85.
USU A-0022b. View along the brow of Old Main Hill* showing the north wing of Old Main, Experiment Station, President's residence*, and Director's Residence, ca. 1904.
USU A-0023. View of north campus, including sheep and cattle barns in the background. Note student's carriages and sleighs parked in the foreground. View shows 800 East St. where present Student Union Building* is located (1975). Photo taken from the second floor of the Director's Residence, winter 1902.
USU A-0024a. View of campus from the top of the University Annex*, including the Model Barn, President's house, creamery, Experiment Station, Old Main, and Mechanic Arts Building, 1900. Photograph taken before the west tower of Old Main had been added. See also P0014 7:120 and 8:181.
USU A-0024b. View of campus taken from the top of the University Annex*, including the Director's Residence, Model Barn, President's house, creamery, Experiment Station, Old Main, and Mechanic Arts Building, 1902. Photograph taken after the addition of the west tower to Old Main. See also P0014 2:05:11, 2:06:04, 2:06:05, 7:115 - 7:118, 8:27, 8:28, and 8:181.
USU A-0025a. Mechanic Arts Building, built in 1897. It was furnished with appropriations from the 1897 and 1899 Utah Legislatures. The legislature of 1897 also appropriated $2,000 to begin a course in Manual Arts training. The building was destroyed by fire on September 11, 1905. USU A-0155 shows the Mechanic Arts Building rebuilt and USU A-0156 shows it with its final enlargement.
USU A-0025b. Mechanic Arts Building in the snow.
USU A-0026. MISSING.
USU A-0027a. Cattle and sheep barns built in 1901, farm cottages in background, looking southwest, 1902. See also P0014 7:27.
USU A-0027b. Experiment Station Farms, cows and men standing outside of sheep and cattle barns, looking northeast, 1902. See also P0014 7:31.
USU A-0028. Campus view of a gathering on the quad, also featuring the Animal Husbandry Building, Plant Science Building, and the Farmer's Encampment to the east of the quad in summer, ca. 1924.
USU A-0029a. Aerial view of campus, 1952.
USU A-0029b. View of construction on the west tower of Old Main, 1901.
USU A-0030. Aerial view of campus, 1968.
USU A-0031. Poultry yard and coops, 1920s.
USU A-0032. MISSING.
USU A-0033a. Chi Omega sorority house, 220 West Center Street, Logan.
USU A-0033b. Dormitory for upper class women, 1946. Later converted into Kerr Hall, a men's dorm, from 1956-7, and the Delta Sigma Phi fraternity house from 1958-1971. Located at 250 West Center Street, Logan.
USU A-0034a. Chi Omega sorority house, 743 North 800 East in Logan.
USU A-0034b. Chi Omega sorority house, 743 North 800 East in Logan.
USU A-0035. Old creamery located behind Old Main displaying an advertisement for a DeLaval milking machine demonstration, ca. 1920.
USU A-0036. South wing of Old Main, 1940s.
USU A-0037. Old Main tower and view of Logan and Cache Valley, 1940s.
USU A-0038. Alpha Chi Omega sorority house under construction, early 1940s.
USU A-0039. Dance in the Temporary Union Building (TUB), 1950.
USU A-0040. View of north campus including the barns, the Fieldhouse, and the Union Building under construction, summer 1952.
USU A-0041. View of northeast campus from the roof of the Smart Gymnasium, ca. 1916.
USU A-0042. View of the Experiment Station Building and Old Main from the path east of the President's house, 1923.
USU A-0043. View of the President's Residence* and Old Main at night, 1960s.
USU A-0044. University Annex*, Domestic Science Building (Women's Building) in 1912.
USU A-0045. Experiment Station, 1920s.
USU A-0046a. Experiment Station, view from the southwest, 1920s.
USU A-0046b. Experiment Station, view from the west, 1920s.
USU A-0046c. Experiment Station, view from the south, 1920s.
USU A-0047a. University Annex*, when in use as the Forestry Building, ca. 1935. See also Outlook, September 1970, p. 2.
USU A-0047b. University Annex*, when in use as the Domestic Science Building, ca. 1920. See also Outlook, September 1970, p. 2.
USU A-0047c. University Annex*, when in use as the Women's Dormitory, ca. 1910. See also Outlook, September 1970, p. 2.
USU A-0048. View of the University Annex*, 1950s. See also USU A-0047. See also Outlook, September 1970, p. 2.
USU A-0049. University Annex*, when in use as the Forestry Building, 1940s.
USU A-0050. View of the University Annex* during its use as the Domestic Science Building, 1930s. See also USU A-0047.
USU A-0051. Rear view of the University Annex*, 1930s. See also USU A-0047.
USU A-0052. Student Union Building* under construction, early 1950s. Dedicated May 2, 1953.
USU A-0053. Architectural drawings of the Maeser Laboratories, 1968. William F. Thomas, architect.
USU A-0054. E. L. "Dick" Romney stadium, 1960s. Ground was broken for the stadium on October 12, 1926. It was dedicated October 8, 1927 and demolished in 1969.
USU A-0055. Mosaic mural located at the entrance to the Natural Resources Building, ca. 1965. The mural measured 10 feet high by 54 feet long, being the largest work of its type in the Intermountain West when it was finished in the spring of 1962. Professors Everett C. Thorpe and Gaell Lindstrom of the USU Fine Arts department designed and executed the work, assisted by students Roy Purcell, LeRoy Peterson, and Don Hoskisson. See the archives record group 6.6 "Building Descriptions," "Meanings in the Mosaic Mural."
USU A-0056. Aerial photo of campus, summer 1966.
USU A-0057. Aerial photo of campus, spring 1968.
USU A-0058. View looking down Old Main Hill*, 1960s.
USU A-0059. Aerial photo looking west across the central part of campus and showing the Plant Maintenance Building under construction, 1946.
USU A-0060. Aerial photo of campus, 1970.
USU A-0061. Aerial photo of campus, looking north, ca. 1942.
USU A-0062. Aerial photo of campus, summer 1970.
USU A-0063. Aerial photo of campus, looking southwest, ca. 1942.
USU A-0064a. View of north campus from the tower of Old Main, 1945.
USU A-0064b. View of the quad from Highway 89, 1945.
USU A-0064c. View of the Mechanic Arts Building and the south wing of Old main from Old Main tower, 1945.
USU A-0065a. Animal Industry Building, ca. 1923.
USU A-0065b. Merrill Library*, entrance under construction, 1968.
USU A-0066a. Student Union Building* at night with Old Main in the background, spring 1966. The main portion of the building was built from 1952-153 and dedicated on May 2, 1953. The east addition was dedicated on December 3, 1964.
USU A-0066b. Student Union Building* at night, spring 1966.
USU A-0067a. Student Union Building*, ca. 1959.
USU A-0067b. Student Union Building*, ca. 1955.
USU A-0068a. Student Union Building*, ca. 1966.
USU A-0068b. Student Union Building*, ca. 1958.
USU A-0069. Student Union Building*, 1962.
USU A-0070. Architectural drawing for the enlargement of the Merrill Library*. First plan, ca. 1960.
USU A-0071. View of the campus from the roof of the University Annex*, showing the south wing of Old Main, the Experiment Station, the Director's house, the Model Barn, and the President's Residence*, spring 1892. Photo taken by James W. Crockwell of Salt Lake City, Utah.
USU A-0072a. Aerial view of campus, 1952.
USU A-0072b. Aerial view of campus, 1939.
USU A-0073a. Panoramic view of campus, ca. 1900; duplicate of USU A-0073b.
USU A-0073b. Panoramic view of campus, ca. 1900; duplicate of USU A-0073a.
USU A-0074a. View of campus from the towers of the LDS Logan Temple, ca. 1923.
USU A-0074b. Path from 400 North St. and 800 East St. to Old Main on the south end of the Old Main Hill* lawn, ca. 1942.
USU A-0075a. View of the President's Residence*, Old Main before the west tower was completed, and the Mechanic Arts Building, ca. 1895.
USU A-0075b. Lawn and garden on the west side of Old Main, 1940s.
USU A-0075c. View of Old Main with the Mechanic Arts Building in the background, ca. 1910.
USU A-0076a. View of Old Main from 600 North St. and 800 East St., 1950s.
USU A-0076b. View of Old Main up the steps of Old Main Hill*, 1940.
USU A-0077. View of Old Main from 800 East St. and 400 North St. showing the gates at the 400 North St. entrance, 1954.
USU A-0078. Aerial photo looking east featuring the Quonset and Prefab housing built on USAC campus in 1946 to accommodate veterans and their families attending school on the G.I. bill after World War II.
USU A-0079. Aerial view of campus, 1952.
USU A-0080. Aerial photo looking north featuring the Quonset and Prefab housing built on USAC campus in 1946 to accommodate veterans and their families attending school on the G.I. bill after World War II.
USU A-0081. View of campus from the highway looking west toward the Family Life Building and Old Main, 1930.
USU A-0082. Family Life Building, formerly called the Home Economics - Commons building, dedicated September 26-27, 1935.
USU A-0083. Campus view looking south down 800 East St., including the George Nelson Fieldhouse, the Student Union Building, Widstoe Hall, and Old Main, 1954.
USU A-0084. Student Union Building*, 1953. The building was dedicated on May 2, 1953 and the east addition was dedicated on December 3, 1964.
USU A-0085. Student Union Building*, 1953.
USU A-0086. Architect's drawing of the Engineering Building. The classroom wing was constructed in 1962, the lab wing in 1964, and the north end addition in 1970.
USU A-0087. Merrill Library* before its expansion, ca. late 1940s.
USU A-0088. Widstoe Hall Chemistry Building, constructed 1913-1916.
USU A-0089. View from Merrill Hall looking northeast at the Fine Arts Center under construction, 1966.
USU A-0090. Crops Research Lab, built 1960, dedicated October 26, 1961.
USU A-0091. Merrill Library* entrance, 1967.
USU A-0092. Student Union Building*, 1965.
USU A-0093a. Fine Arts Center, 1968.
USU A-0093b. Two women walking out of the Fine Arts Center, 1968.
USU A-0094a. Agricultural Science Building (E.G. Peterson Building) under construction, 1955.
USU A-0094b. Agricultural Science Building (E.G. Peterson Building) under construction, 1955.
USU A-0094c. Agricultural Science Building (E.G. Peterson Building) under construction, 1955.
USU A-0095a. Agricultural Science Building (E.G. Peterson Building) under construction, 1955-6.
USU A-0095b. Agricultural Science Building (E.G. Peterson Building) under construction, 1955-6.
USU A-0095c. Agricultural Science Building (E.G. Peterson Building) under construction, 1955-6.
USU A-0096. Horse Barn, 1940s.
USU A-0097. Burtch W. Beall, Jr.'s architectural floor plan for level "C" of the Chase Fine Arts Center, 1964. The building was dedicated October 18, 1967.
USU A-0098. Burtch W. Beall, Jr.'s architectural floor plan for level "D" of the Chase Fine Arts Center, 1964.
USU A-0099. Burtch W. Beall, Jr.'s architectural floor plan for level "B" of the Chase Fine Arts Center, 1964.
USU A-0100a. Veterinary Science Building, built 1930.
USU A-0100b. Veterinary Science Building, built 1930.
USU A-0101. Engineering Building with the classroom wing under construction, 1963.
USU A-0102. Richards Hall dormitory, 1960s.
USU A-0103. Lund Hall just after its construction in 1937. It was originally built as the women's dormitory for W.P.A. project 1045-2d. The building was named for Anton H. Lund, author of the 1888 Act establishing the college. It was used as a women's dormitory until the fall of 1966 when it was converted to a dormitory for athletes and used as such until 1980. See also USU A-0145.
USU A-0104. View of Bullen Hall dormitory looking northwest from the formal gardens, 1960s.
USU A-0105. View of the Moen, Greaves, and Reeder Hall dormitories, with a slight view of the wall of the Merrill Hall dormitory, built 1957-58. Photograph taken in 1958. See also USU A-0798a.
USU A-0106a. University Apartments, 1960s.
USU A-0106b. Aerial view of the McKay Living Center, the Triads, and the LDS stake center under construction, 1960s.
USU A-0107. Aerial view of campus, 1958.
USU A-0108a. Family Life and Education (presently English) buildings, 1940.
USU A-0108b. English Building, formerly the Agricultural Engineering Buildling and later the Education Building, built in 1918.
USU A-0109a. Edith Bowen Laboratory school, 1958. The building was dedicated August 11, 1958.
USU A-0109b. Edith Bowen Laboratory school, 1958.
USU A-0110. Campus view showing the Family Life Building, Education Building, and Old Main on the south half of the Quad, 1950s.
USU A-0111a. Family Life Building, 1930s. It was originally built as a W.P.A project and dedicated in September of 1935.
USU A-0111b. Two women on the steps of the Family Life Building, 1930s.
USU A-0112a. View of Old Main and the Quad from the Plant Industry Building, ca. 1963.
USU A-0112b. View of Old Main and the campus skyline from Adams Park.
USU A-0113. Woman standing inside Quonset hut, ca. mid 1940s.
USU A-0114. View looking east towards Richards Hall and Bullen Hall dormitories, 1960s.
USU A-0115. University Apartments, 1951. World War II barracks were moved to campus in 1945 and used for married student housing until 1967. They were colloquially called the "lambing sheds." The apartments are referred to as "Prefab apartments" in the directories of the 1960s. See also USU A-0130, USU A-0131, and USU A-1048.
USU A-0116a. Old Main decorated with flags of the allied nations on the occasion of the return of the 145th Field Artillery to Logan for demobilization, January 16, 1919. See also USU A-0136, USU A-0191-a, USU A-1514, USU A-1515, and USU A-1516. See also Buzzer, 1919, p. 142-148.
USU A-0116b. Old Main decorated with flags of the allied nations on the occasion of the return of the 145th Field Artillery to Logan for demobilization, January 16, 1919. See also USU A-0136 , USU A-0191-a, USU A-1514, USU A-1515, and USU A-1516. See also Buzzer, 1919, p. 142-148.
USU A-0117. Three men looking at the Experiment Station poultry buildings, 1950s. Dr. Draper is standing at the right.
USU A-0118a. The President's Garden, constructed in 1965 for University President Daryl Chase and his wife Alice Chase, 1960s.
USU A-0118b. The President's Garden, constructed in 1965 for University President Daryl Chase and his wife Alice Chase, 1960s.
USU A-0119a. East High Rise with the corner of the High Rise Plaza Cafeteria. The buildings were erected 1964-66 and were first occupied during fall quarter, 1966.
USU A-0119b. East High Rise, 1960s.
USU A-0120a. Smart Gymnasium, ca. 1920, built in 1910 at the cost of $50,000. It was located on the site previously occupied by the Director's Residence. The building was named for Thomas Smart (1853-1921). It was condemned after the August 1962 earthquake and demolished in 1971. See Outlook, September 1971.
USU A-0120b. Smart Gymnasium, ca. 1910.
USU A-0120c. Smart Gymnasium.
USU A-0120d. Smart Gymnasium.
USU A-0121a. Bell in the Old Main tower, 1920s.
USU A-0121b. Composite photo of the bell in Old Main tower, 1940s.
USU A-0122. Old Main west tower, 1960s.
USU A-0123. Architect Karl C. Schaub's 1892 enlarged plan for Old Main. The center section was enlarged from the Thompson 1889 plan. Photograph of the drawing from which the cut show on USU A-0002 was made. See also Outlook, December 1970, p. 8. See also USU A-1995b.
USU A-0124. View of the Old Main west tower at night with the lighted "A" on top, 1960s.
USU A-0125a. Eccles Business Building, dedicated May 8, 1970. Photograph taken ca. 1970s.
USU A-0125b. First Architect's plan for the Eccles Business Building, including an office tower and four small classroom buildings, ca. 1967.
USU A-0125c. Second Architect's plan for the Eccles Business Building, ca. 1968.
USU A-0126. East High Rise and cafeteria under construction, 1965.
USU A-0127a. Utah Water Research Laboratory architectural drawing.
USU A-0127b. Utah Water Research Laboratory Building under construction. The building was dedicated December 1965.
USU A-0128. Old Main interior view of the sewing room and sewing class, 1893. The class, taught by Miss Ada Little, includes students by the last name of Bullen, Webb, Drysdale, Merrill, McNiel, Lundberg, and Amanda Holmgren Sanchy. The sewing room occupied what would be room 253 in Old Main in 1975. The photo was used to illustrate the 1894-95 catalog.
USU A-0129. View of the south wing and tower of Old Main from the south, 1950s.
USU A-0130. University Apartments, 1953. World war II Barracks moved to campus in 1945, these were used for married student housing until 1967. See also USU A-0115 and USU A-0131.
USU A-0131. Kitchen in the University Apartments (Prefabs), 1951. See also USU A-0115 and USU A-0130.
USU A-0132. High Rise dormitories, ca. 1966.
USU A-0133. View of the Old Main west tower from the west looking up the hill toward the tower, 1960s.
USU A-0134. View of the Old Main west tower from the southwest lawn, 1930s.
USU A-0135. View of the Old Main south and west towers from the south lawn, 1940s.
USU A-0136. Old Main decorated with flags of the allied nations on the occasion of the return of the 145th Field Artillery to Logan for demobilization, January 16, 1919. See also USU A-0116, USU A-0191-a, USU A-1514, USU A-1515, and USU A-1516. See also Buzzer, 1919, p. 142-148.
USU A-0137. Aerial view looking east across campus, 1957.
USU A-0138a. View of the south wing of Old Main from the southwest, ca. 1962.
USU A-0138b. View of the east side of Old Main from the Plant Industry Building to the northeast of Old Main, ca. 1964.
USU A-0139. View of students, Milton C. Abrams, a USU librarian, and the east side of Old Main from the Quad, ca. 1962.
USU A-0140. Winter view of the west tower of Old Main from the northwest, 1960s.
USU A-0141a. View of the north wing of Old Main from the northeast, ca. 1968. Note that the flagpole had been moved from the top of the west tower to the front of the building and a UHF translator installed on the roof of the center section.
USU A-0141b. View of the south wing of Old Main from the southwest, ca. 1926.
USU A-0142. View of the Old Main west tower with flagpole atop the tower and a 49-star flag, fall 1958.
USU A-0143. View of Old Main from the Quad on the east side of the building, 1961. There is a 1960 Chevrolet in the parking lot but the flag on tower has 48 stars.
USU A-0144. View of the Old Main west tower at night, 1950s.
USU A-0145a. Lund Hall, ca. 1938. See USU A-0103 for further information.
USU A-0145b. Lund Hall, ca. 1938. See USU A-0103 for further information.
USU A-0146. Aerial view of campus looking northeast, 1958.
USU A-0147. Track meet on the east side of Old Main, ca. 1904. Photo was used to illustrate the last page of the picture section of the 1905-06 catalog. For the locale of the track and athletic field, See the fold-out map accompanying the 1908 and 1909 catalogs.
USU A-0148. View of the south wing of Old Main and the Mechanic Arts Building from the northwest, 1920s.
USU A-0149. View of Bullen Hall and Richard's Hall dormitories from the practice field, ca. 1963.
USU A-0150. Detail of the north door on the west side of Old Main, showing the carved "Romanesque" capstones and sandstone stairs, 1920s.
USU A-0151a. View of the Old Main north wing, 1964. The main chimney on the far right was removed in 1963.
USU A-0151b. Winter view of the west tower of Old Main, 1950s.
USU A-0152. Willis Tingey, resident engineer; Philo Hendricksen, Superintendent of Construction; LaVon Nielsen, brick and masonry construction; Wayne B. Garff, general contractor; and V.D. Gardner, Faculty Coordinator consulting together on the construction site of the Agricultural Science Building, fall 1955.
USU A-0153a. Interior view of the Mechanic Arts Building after the fire of September 11, 1905.
USU A-0153b. Interior view of the Mechanic Arts Building after the fire of September 11, 1905.
USU A-0153c. Interior view of the Mechanic Arts Building after the fire of September 11, 1905.
USU A-0154. LDS Institute Building, 1959. Initial portion of the building constructed 1928-29. Second portion of the building finished in 1962.
USU A-0155a. Mechanic Arts Building as rebuilt after the fire of 1905, ca. 1909. Compare with USU A-0025 as originally built and USU A-0156 as enlarged 1914-15.
USU A-0155b. Mechanic Arts Building as rebuilt after the fire of 1905, ca. 1909. Compare with USU A-0025 as originally built and USU A-0156 as enlarged 1914-15. This photograph is a published version of USU A-0155-a and identical to it.
USU A-0156a. Mechanic Arts Building during the 1920s, showing the final enlargement to two full stories, made in 1914-15. Compare with USU A-0155, showing the Mechanic Arts Building as rebuilt after the 1905 fire.
USU A-0156b. Mechanic Arts Building during the 1920s, showing the final enlargement to two full stories, made in 1914-15. Compare with USU A-0155, showing the Mechanic Arts Building as rebuilt after the 1905 fire.
USU A-0157a. View of the Mechanic Arts Building from the west, 1930s.
USU A-0157b. Crews replacing the roof in the middle wing of the Mechanic Arts Building, 1940s.
USU A-0157c. View of the Mechanic Arts Building from the west, 1930s.
USU A-0158a. Architectural drawing of the Agricultural Science Building.
USU A-0158b. Completed Agricultural Science Building, dedicated in 1956.
USU A-0159. Information Services Building, formerly the Experiment Station Building, 1960s.
USU A-0160a. Students outside the Agricultural Science Building, 1960s.
USU A-0160b. Agricultural Science Building, 1960s.
USU A-0160c. Aerial view of the Agricultural Science Building, 1960s.
USU A-0161a. Stock judging pavilion. Built in 1910 on the present site of the Student Union ballroom, it was moved to its present location behind the Natural Resources Building about 1951, at the time of the Student Union construction. It was used as the headquarters for the University Painters in 1975.
USU A-0161b. View of the Model Barn from the northwest, 1898. Barn stood on the site of what would later be the Maeser Labs. The photo was used to illustrate the 1899-1900 catalog.
USU A-0162a. Architect's drawing of the Animal Industry Building, built in 1917.
USU A-0162b. Animal Industry Building, 1940s.
USU A-0163. View of campus from the east looking west at Old Main, the creamery, President's Residence*, and Experiment Station Director's Residence, 1893. Note the weather flag atop the south wing of Old Main. The photo was used to illustrate the 1894-95 catalog.
USU A-0164. MISSING.
USU A-0165. Reeder Hall. It was completed for occupancy in fall of 1956.
USU A-0166. Aerial view of campus looking south, fall 1958.
USU A-0167. Aerial view of campus looking west, fall 1958. Foundation footings for Richard's Hall and Bullen Hall dormitories visible in the center of the photo.
USU A-0168. View of Old Main from the west showing the lower portion of the west tower and the south wing and tower.
USU A-0169a. High Rise dormitory. It was ready for occupancy in fall of 1966.
USU A-0169b. High Rise dormitories, ready for occupancy in fall of 1966.
USU A-0170a. View of the Old Main west tower from the north, 1920s.
USU A-0170b. View of the Old Main west tower from the south, 1930s.
USU A-0170c. View of the Old Main west tower from the west, 1930s.
USU A-0171. Sigma Chi house, 1950s. Building built in 1941. See also USU A-0195.
USU A-0172. MISSING.
USU A-0173. View of campus looking due east between the south wing of Old Main, the Mechanic Arts Building, and the Agricultural Engineering Buildling (now the English Building,) ca. 1925.
USU A-0174. Aerial view of the Technology Building and Quonset Hut housing, 1949. See also the map of the USAC campus on p. 6 of the 1949-50 catalog.
USU A-0175. Women's dorms: Moen, Greave's, Reeder, and Merrill Halls on 400 North St., ca. 1960. Note that the fill material on the right was used to widen the street in 1960-61. See also USU A-0798c.
USU A-0176. View of an walkway between two buildings, ca. 1950s.
USU A-0177. View of the trailer court looking north, ca. 1962.
USU A-0178. Entrance gates to the USAC campus, 1940s. They were the gifts of the classes of 1933, 1935, 1936, and 1937. The gates were largely removed in 1961 when 400 North St. (U.S. Highway 89) was widened. The gates and plaques were dedicated on December 19, 1940. See USU A-0988.
USU A-0179. MISSING.
USU A-0180. View of the west front and porches of the President's house from the north west, below the brow of the hill, 1950s.
USU A-0181a. View of the Plant Science and Animal Industry buildings from the west along the Quad, ca. 1935; duplicate of USU A-0202.
USU A-0181b. View of the Plant Science and Animal Industry buildings from the east along the Quad, ca. 1935.
USU A-0182. View of the Old Main west tower from the southeast from below the brow of the hill, 1950s.
USU A-0183. View of Old Main from the 'Island' with farm view in foreground, 1950s.
USU A-0184. View of the Quad from the top of the Merrill Library* looking west towards Old Main, ca. 1960. Note the tennis courts on the northwest side of the Quad. They were removed in 1962.
USU A-0185. View of two students walking along the Quad with Old Main in the background, 1960s.
USU A-0186. View of Old Main from the southwest at the bottom of Old Main Hill*, 1960s.
USU A-0187. High Rise dormitories under construction, 1965.
USU A-0188a. Cattle and sheep barns on north campus, 1920s.
USU A-0188b. Cattle and sheep barns on north campus, 1920s.
USU A-0188c. Cattle and sheep barns on north campus, 1920s.
USU A-0189. Architectural model of the McKay Living Center, ca. 1960. The McKay Center was built 1961-62 and occupied for the first time in fall, 1962.
USU A-0190a. Campus view across the Quad showing the east side of Old Main, 1964.
USU A-0190b. Aerial view of south campus showing the southern wing of Old Main, the Mechanic Arts Building and the Quad.
USU A-0191a. Smart Gymnasium decorated with allied flags on the occasion of the return of the 145th Field Artillery, January 16, 1919. See also USU A-0116, USU A-0136, USU A-1514, USU A-1515, and USU A-1516.
USU A-0191b. View of the Smart Gymnasium from the south, ca. 1928.
USU A-0192. Campus model and master plan, 1956.
USU A-0193. View of the west tower of Old Main from the west and bottom of Old Main Hill*, 1950s.
USU A-0194. Winter view of Old Main and the Quad looking west from the top of the Merrill Library*. The snow sculptures on the Quad were part of the Winter Carnival, 1953-54.
USU A-0195. Sigma Chi house, ca. 1942. See also USU A-0171.
USU A-0196. Student Union Building*, constructed 1952-53 and dedicated May 2, 1953.
USU A-0197. View of the President's house looking east from below the brow of Old Main Hill*, 1950s.
USU A-0198. Old Main, 1950s.
USU A-0199. Quonset Hut housing under construction, summer 1946.
USU A-0200. Close-up view of the Old Main west tower from the roof of the north wing, 1940s. Also visible is a partial view of the LDS Logan Temple and Cache Valley.
USU A-0201. Aerial view looking east across Romney stadium and the Logan cemetery, 1935.
USU A-0202. View of the Plant Science and Animal Industry buildings from the west along the Quad, ca. 1935; duplicate of USU A-0181a.
USU A-0203. Winter view of the President's house looking southeast from below the brow of Old Main Hill*, 1950s.
USU A-0204a. The west and front tower of Old Main under construction, summer 1901. Photo showing the laying of the foundation stones. See also P0014 1:01:18 and 8:118.
USU A-0204b. The west and front tower of Old Main under construction, late summer or fall 1901. Photo showing the laying of the first floor and first brick courses. See also P0014 1:01:19 and 8:119.
USU A-0205. View of students climbing the steps up Old Main Hill* toward Old Main, 1950s.
USU A-0206a. View from the courtyard of the Student Union Building* showing Old Main with a flag on the tower pole, the Technology Industry Building and Widstoe Hall, ca. 1966.
USU A-0206b. View from the courtyard of the Student Union Building* showing Old Main, the Technology Industry Building and Widstoe Hall, ca. 1968.
USU A-0207. Student looking at an art mural painted on the wall of the Merrill Library*, 1968.
USU A-0208. Mechanic Arts manual training class studying wagon making (or repair), ca. 1900. These classes were emphasized after the appropriations of 1897 and 1899.
USU A-0209a. Man turning the knobs of a machine, 1960s.
USU A-0209b. Woman holding a microphone and turning on a machine, 1960s.
USU A-0209c. Row of students at microfilm reader machines, 1960s.
USU A-0210a. Professor instructing a student on the use of a machine, ca. 1960s.
USU A-0210b. Media Utilization class with Leon Beutler as professor, ca. 1960s.
USU A-0211a. Students and a professor gathered around a table, 1960s.
USU A-0211b. Students and professors gathered around a machine in a shop class, 1960s.
USU A-0212a. Evan Sorensen registering a student for classes during registration time in the Fieldhouse, 1960s.
USU A-0212b. Students looking at the Merrill Library* Art Gallery exhibit in the Student Union Building*, 1960s.
USU A-0213a. Faculty meeting, probably in the Student Union Building*, ca. 1956.
USU A-0213b. Professor Merrill teaching an American foreign policy class, 1969.
USU A-0214a. Student typing data from a machine on a typewriter, 1960s.
USU A-0214b. Students drawing and typing what appears to be a media center, 1960s.
USU A-0215a. Professor teaching the "Fundamental Theorem of Calculus" to four students, 1960s.
USU A-0215b. Professor teaching math to a group of students, 1960s.
USU A-0216a. Professor teaching a group of students, 1960s.
USU A-0216b. Leon Beutler teaching a media utilization class, 1960s.
USU A-0217a. Jedon Emenheiser teaching a political science class, 1960s.
USU A-0217b. Three students solving a math equation at the blackboard, 1960s.
USU A-0218. Student in a drafting class, 1960s.
USU A-0219a. Student typing at a type writer, 1960s.
USU A-0219b. Professor demonstrating the use of a machine to two students, 1960s.
USU A-0220a. Registration in the Fieldhouse, ca. 1962.
USU A-0220b. Registration in the Fieldhouse, ca. 1962.
USU A-0220c. Registration in the Fieldhouse, ca. 1962.
USU A-0221a. Professor teaching a group of students, 1960s.
USU A-0221b. One man demonstrating the use of a laminated press while another man and a woman look on, 1960s.
USU A-0222a. Lines of students waiting to register for classes in the Nelson Fieldhouse, 1960s.
USU A-0222b. Lines of students waiting to register for classes in the Nelson Fieldhouse, 1960s.
USU A-0223a. Three female and two male students, with one young boy, acting in a play.
USU A-0223b. Two students, possibly Craig Jessop and Sharon Davis, acting in a play.
USU A-0224a. Group of students, possibly a musical group, sitting on a car holding musical instruments, 1960s.
USU A-0224b. Group of students sitting in a formal pose holding guitars and banjos, 1960s.
USU A-0225a. Five students in a string quintet.
USU A-0225b. The Jerry Gray band performing, 1950s.
USU A-0226. Formal photo of the USU Concert Band, 1965. See also USU A-1164e.
USU A-0227. Students during the "surf" dance at noon on the Student Union plaza while a band is playing. Local bands played on campus weekly through the early 1970s.
USU A-0228. Student Army Training Corp (SATC) Orchestra posed in uniform in the center cross-hall of the Old Main basement during World War I, 1918.
USU A-0229a. Group of four male students studying at a table.
USU A-0229b. Group of female students involved in the SPURS organization, planning an activity, 1968. The SPURS were a service group. See also Buzzer 1968, p. 262.
USU A-0230. MISSING.
USU A-0231a. Students walking on the sidewalk on the north side of the Quad, 1966.
USU A-0231b. Students walking on the sidewalk on the north side of the Quad, 1966.
USU A-0232a. UAC basketball player taking a free throw shot in a basketball game in the Fieldhouse, 1917. See Buzzer 1917, p. 174.
USU A-0232b. Student basketball player attempting a dunk in a game, 1950s.
USU A-0232c. UAC basketball player, possibly Noel Bennion, ca. 1927.
USU A-0233a. Professor Ralph Matesky leading orchestra in practice, ca. 1968.
USU A-0233b. Professor Clara Ingold teaching German class, ca. 1968.
USU A-0233c. ROTC Commissioning exercises, 1960s. Professor Eddie Peterson, Reverend Miner E. Bruner, and University President Daryl Chase are also pictured.
USU A-0233d. Students in the language lab, located on the second floor of the north wing in Old Main, 1960s.
USU A-0234. Women playing basketball in a physical education class, 1940s.
USU A-0235. Two women and one man playing softball, 1950s. One woman's uniform reads "L.D.S. Hospital."
USU A-0236. MISSING.
USU A-0237. Women's basketball game in the Smart Gymnasium, 1940s.
USU A-0238. Women's basketball game, 1940s.
USU A-0239. Women's softball game, early 1960s.
USU A-0240a. Women's basketball game in the women's gym in the basement of the Smart Gymnasium, 1950s.
USU A-0240b. People playing tennis on the courts near the Edith Bowen School, 1960s.
USU A-0241. People playing badminton in the men's gym in the Smart Gymnasium, 1950s.
USU A-0242. A man coaching four women in softball, 1940s.
USU A-0243a. Women's softball game on the quad, 1970s.
USU A-0243b. Women's basketball game, 1970s.
USU A-0244a. Joe Call, UAC basketball player, 1929. See also Buzzer 1929, p. 185.
USU A-0244b. Tom McMullen, forward for the UAC basketball team, 1920. See also Buzzer 1920, p. 179.
USU A-0245. Utah State University playing Brigham Young University in a basketball game, 1950s.
USU A-0246a. Morgan McKay, center for the UAC basketball team, 1920. See also Buzzer 1920, p. 179.
USU A-0246b. Glen Sumsion, forward for the UAC basketball team, 1920. See also Buzzer 1920, p. 179.
USU A-0246c. Arthur Kirk, forward for the UAC basketball team, 1920. See also Buzzer 1920, p. 179.
USU A-0247a. Evans, UAC basketball player, 1917. See also USU A-0327. See also Buzzer 1917, p. 107.
USU A-0247b. Burns Crookston, ACU basketball player, 1913.
USU A-0247c. DuWayne Henrie, forward for the USAC basketball team, 1930. See also Buzzer 1930, p. 152.
USU A-0247d. 1917 UAC basketball team, including Evans, Kapple, McKay, Smith, McMullen, Cox, and Twitchell. See USU A-0327. See also Buzzer 1917, p. 178.
USU A-0248a. ACU football team, ca. 1902. See also ACU Catalogue, 1902-03.
USU A-0248b. 1918 State Champion UAC basketball team from L to R: Glenn Sumsion, Niels Nielsen, Lawrence Spencer (captain), Andrew Mohr, and Lester Jarvis. See also Buzzer 1918.
USU A-0249. View of Merrill Library* from the Quad, 1968.
USU A-0250a. Women's volleyball, 1950s.
USU A-0250b. Women's softball, 1950s.
USU A-0251a. Homecoming Royalty 1965-66: Cheryl Smith attendant; Bonnie Allen, queen; and Janet Thompson, attendant.
USU A-0251b. Homecoming Royalty 1968-69: Jerrie Sorenson, attendant; Pat Gessel, queen; and Karen Eggett, attendant. See also Buzzer 1969, p. 120.
USU A-0252a. 1965-66 Homecoming queen Bonnie Allen crowing the 1966-67 Homecoming queen Linda Jacobsen.
USU A-0252b. Homecoming Royalty 1965-66: Janet Thompson, attendant; Bonnie Allen, queen; and Cheryl Smith, attendant.
USU A-0253. Sponsors Corps, a women's military organization, in formation southeast of Old Main, 1936.
USU A-0254a. Homecoming Royalty attendants, 1969-1970: Cathy Crossman and Jan Johnson.
USU A-0254b. Woman standing next to a piano, 1960s.
USU A-0255a. An orchestra and choir concert, 1960s.
USU A-0255b. USU College Bowl team at the Western Collegiate Association meet at BYU, 1968. Top row from L to R pictures Paul B. Williamson, James Farwell, and Richard Schreyer. Sitting L to R in the bottom row is Ralph Maughan and Dr. Rex Robinson.
USU A-0256a. Group of students working on the Student Life publication, ca. 1970.
USU A-0256b. Students distributing the Scribble, a literary magazine, early 1950s.
USU A-0257a. Students in formal attire at the Junior Prom looking at display featuring a deer and natural wildlife scenery, 1966.
USU A-0257b. Three students sitting at the top of the stairs on Old Main Hill* with Old Main in the background, ca. 1970.
USU A-0258a. Student, possibly of geology, chiseling a rock, 1960s.
USU A-0258b. Student, possibly of geology, chiseling a rock, 1960s.
USU A-0259a. Women pinning up the hem of another woman's dress, possibly sewing students, 1960s.
USU A-0259b. Woman checking her post office box, 1960s.
USU A-0260a. Man throwing a log, 1950s.
USU A-0260b. Crowd at the boat races on Pineview Lake, July 19, 1947. Photo by R.E. Anderson.
USU A-0261a. Demonstration in a home economics course, 1950s.
USU A-0261b. Female students in class, early 1970s.
USU A-0262. Pam Grabrielson and Sue Crisfield, both members of the Angel's Flight, accompany Peter Krueger of the Air Force ROTC, 1966. All three are in uniform.
USU A-0263a. 1967 Angel Flight members, including Capt. J.G. Poulsen, Linda Jacobsen, Esther Jane Peterson, and Katie Jean Price.
USU A-0263b. 1966 Angel Flight members, including Capt. J. G. Poulsen, Pam Daines, Katie E. Farnes, Marsha Porter, and Sue Crisfield.
USU A-0264a. Stand of arms in the Armory, probably located on the third floor of Old Main, ca. 1895.
USU A-0264b. College Band, 1894, including Chief Musician R. L. Sweeten and Sergeant J. W. Welsh. See the last page of the 1894-95 catalog.
USU A-0265a. Woman in a drafting class, 1960s.
USU A-0265b. Woman in a drafting class, 1960s.
USU A-0266a. Demonstration of a television tape machine and/or film editing equipment, 1960s.
USU A-0266b. Demonstration of film editing equipment, 1960s.
USU A-0267a. Man speaking to a group of children, 1960s.
USU A-0267b. Two teachers leading a group of children through the hand motions of a song, 1960s.
USU A-0268a. Woman teaching a group of children, 1950s.
USU A-0268b. Teacher working on a hands-on activity with four children around a small table, 1960s.
USU A-0269a. Children playing on a piece of playground equipment, 1960s.
USU A-0269b. Man helping a young boy put together a puzzle, 1960s.
USU A-0269c. Teachers leading a group of children through the hand motions of a song, 1960s.
USU A-0270a. 1970 Songleaders: Jolene Mackay, Ann Holley, Carolyn Maughan, Judy Wasden, Kandy Eyre, Robyn Timony, and another unidentified girl.
USU A-0270b. 1970 Aggiettes, from right to left: Ginger Lee Dallas, Lynnette Ward, Pam Gebhardt, Julie Jensen, Dee Ann Tadd, Teresa Andersen, Zetta Satterwhite, Kathy Barlow, Dorothy Jo Gaddie, Carma Lee Spencer, Madilyn Blaser, Lynn Anderson, Teresa Roylance, Kandy Savage, Kris Bird, and Beth Bingham. See also Buzzer 1970, p. 172.
USU A-0271a. Linda Watterson, cheerleader, ca. 1969.
USU A-0271b. Possibly Linda Watterson, cheerleader, cheering in front of a bonfire at a Homecoming pep rally, 1960s.
USU A-0272a. Chorale singing group practice, 1960s.
USU A-0272b. Chorale singing group practice, 1960s.
USU A-0273a. Two men holding fencing swords, 1960s.
USU A-0273b. Parade float featuring a farmer smoking a pipe and holding a wheel.
USU A-0273c. Professor and another woman watch as a female student plays the piano, 1960s.
USU A-0274a. String quartet, late 1960s.
USU A-0274b. Band leader conducting the marching band on the field.
USU A-0274c. Angel Flight group standing on the steps of the Student Union Building*, late 1960s.
USU A-0275a. Two men looking at a map on a table.
USU A-0275b. Rof Ekmanis, Professor of Russian, working with Allan Chatterton, a student of the language, as another man looks on, 1958. See Student Life Vol. 56, no. 11, November 4, 1958, p. 1.
USU A-0276a. Chorale class under the direction of Dr. William H. Ramsey, 1960s.
USU A-0276b. Chorale class under the direction of Dr. William H. Ramsey, 1960s.
USU A-0276c. Madrigal singers under the direction of Dr. A. L. Dittmer, 1960s.
USU A-0277a. Float declaring "We're expecting victory."
USU A-0277b. Float with a Cinderella theme.
USU A-0277c. Sponsor Corp. marching in front of the Chemistry Building, 1969.
USU A-0278a. Homecoming Royalty 1967-68: Judy Allen, attendant; Linda Watterson, queen; and Marcia Healy, attendant.
USU A-0278b. Homecoming Royalty 1966-67: Sylvia Hiatt, attendant; Linda Jacobsen, queen; and Kathy Bushnell, attendant.
USU A-0279. Group of students posed on the steps of the Agricultural Engineering Buildling, 1920s. Building later used as the Education Building and presently (2003) serves as the English Building.
USU A-0280a. South side of the Family Life Building.
USU A-0280b. Terrace of the Family Life Building, including a view of 400 North St./U.S. Highway 89 before it was widened, 1947. See also Buzzer 1947, p. 11.
USU A-0281a. North entrance of the English Building when it was used at the Engineering Buildling, early 1950s.
USU A-0281b. North entrance of the English Building after it was remodeled and while it was used as the Education Building, 1960s.
USU A-0282a. South entrance of the Engineering Buildling, 1960s.
USU A-0282b. Campus view from the west entrance of the Engineering Buildling, 1960s.
USU A-0283a. English Building, built in 1918. It was used as a Mess Hall and Barracks No. 1 for troops trained on campus during World War I. Built as an Engineering Buildling, it later became the Education Building and presently houses the English department.
USU A-0283b. Front entrance to the English Building during its use as the Education Building, 1960s.
USU A-0284. Baseball game on the Quad, 1920.
USU A-0285. ROTC members watching the Student Union Building* under construction, 1952-53.
USU A-0286. College Bluebird, campus restaurant, 1946-1947. See also Buzzer 1947, p. 24.
USU A-0287. MISSING.
USU A-0288. MISSING.
USU A-0289. View of the lounge on the second floor of the Merrill Library*, 1960s.
USU A-0290. Students eating outdoors on the east side of the Student Union Building* before the second phase of its construction, late 1950s.
USU A-0291a. Upper hallway connecting the north and south wings of the Engineering Buildling, 1960s.
USU A-0291b. West side of the Engineering Buildling, 1960s.
USU A-0291c. Upper hallway connecting the north and south wings of the Engineering Buildling, 1960s.
USU A-0292. ROTC members drilling on the Quad, outside of the Merrill Library*, 1940s.
USU A-0293a. Reading area on the second floor of the Merrill Library* during its first year of use after its renovation, 1963.
USU A-0293b. Science and Engineering desk located on the north side of the second floor, including Mrs. Ida Marie Logan, the divisional librarian, 1963.
USU A-0294a. Students walking past the Merrill Library*, 1967.
USU A-0294b. View of the Merrill Library* and students on the Quad from the upper floors of the Geology Building, 1967.
USU A-0295a. Students at the study tables on the second floor of the Merrill Library*, ca. 1964.
USU A-0295b. Students at the study tables on the second floor of the Merrill Library*, ca. 1964.
USU A-0296a. Student Union plaza, 1960s.
USU A-0296b. Student Union plaza, 1960s.
USU A-0297a. Students in the Student Union plaza, 1960s.
USU A-0297b. Students leaving the Student Union Building*, 1960s.
USU A-0298. View of Old Main and students on the Quad looking west from the Merrill Library*, 1950s.
USU A-0299. Old Main Hill* looking northwest across the hill, 1950s.
USU A-0300. View of Old Main and students walking across the Quad, 1960s.
USU A-0301. MISSING.
USU A-0302. Stalls in the cattle barn, 1902.
USU A-0303a. LDS Institute, 1950s. (Color photo.)
USU A-0303b. W. W. Richards standing by the northwest corner of the LDS Institute Building, 1960s.
USU A-0303c. Three female students, two of whom are members of the SPURS organization, leaving the front door of the LDS Institute Building, 1957. See also Buzzer 1957, p. 144.
USU A-0303d. Students in the library of the LDS Institute Building.
USU A-0304. Group of people in Sunday dress standing outside of the LDS Institute Building, 1950s.
USU A-0305. View looking south east across the Quad toward the Merrill Library* and the Family Life Building, 1950s.
USU A-0306. Two women and one man decorate a large tree outside of the LDS Institute Building, 1950s.
USU A-0307. Badminton class in the Smart Gymnasium, 1950s.
USU A-0308. Lecture on the lawn west of the Mechanic Arts Building for the Farmers and Homemaker's encampment, ca. 1924.
USU A-0309. Intramural women's softball, 1950s.
USU A-0310. President's Garden, located on the corner of 700 East and 600 North Sts., 1960s.
USU A-0311. Volleyball class in the Smart Gymnasium, 1960s.
USU A-0312. View of students walking along the sidewalk in front of the Animal Science Building, 1960s.
USU A-0313. MISSING.
USU A-0314. Three women drinking sodas in the Temporary Union Building (TUB), which was in use from 1946-1952 when the present Student Union Building* was completed, 1947.
USU A-0315. View looking southwest of students on the Quad, late 1950s.
USU A-0316. European Fine Arts tour group in Florence, Italy. Tour was taken under the direction of Dr. Twain C. Tippetts, 1966.
USU A-0317. Bathtub race between Bullen Hall and Richards Hall, 1960s. The bathtubs were pushed from the Capitol Building in Salt Lake City to Logan.
USU A-0318a. Sigma Chi fraternity posed in an old car, including Kent Coton, April Tsuya, Ron Squires, Reed Simmons, Carol Raymond, Bob Hanson, and Paula Whitehouse, ca. 1960s.
USU A-0318b. Sigma Chi fraternity posed on a vintage car, ca. 1960s.
USU A-0319a. Man painting a portrait of a woman, 1950s.
USU A-0319b. Dancers performing on a stage, 1960s.
USU A-0320. Women's basketball class in the Smart Gymnasium, late 1950s.
USU A-0321. Intramural women's basketball in the Smart Gymnasium, 1950s.
USU A-0322. Intramural women's softball on the Quad, 1930s.
USU A-0323. Seven men posed with a basketball.
USU A-0324. 1915 ACU basketball team, including Coach C. T. Teetzel, Assistant Coach H. P. Christensen, Basketball Manger Grover Lewis, D. R. Packard, Virgil Dorton, Brig Johnson, Dixon Kapple, Lew Mar Price, Peterson, Ericksen, Maughan, Petersen, and three unidentified players, possibly Haffen, Stoddard, Gowers, Johnes, Twitchell, or Greening. See also Buzzer 1915, p. 83. See also Student Life, Vol. 13, no. 11, December 4, 1914, p. 8 and Vol. 13, no. 15, January 15, 1915, p. 8.
USU A-0325a. Coach and ten members of the basketball team, ca. 1920.
USU A-0325b. 1915 Seniors, Inter-class basketball champions, including: Ray Gowers, Glen Alleman, Homer Paul Christensen, D. Russell Packard, Asael Taylor, and an unidentified player. See also Buzzer 1915, p. 85.
USU A-0326. Eleven members and three coaches of the 1920 freshman basketball squad. The team, measuring seventeen players in all, consisted of: Erickson, forward; Dewey, forward; Seigfried, guard; Nelson, center; Clark, forward; Belnap, forward; K. Gardner, center; Jackson, guard; Gardner, center; Spencer, forward; Hyde, guard; Packer, center; Luke guard; Murdock, guard; and Linford, guard. See also Buzzer 1920, p. 181. See also Student Life Vol. 18, no. 12, p. 4. (RO)
USU A-0327. 1917 UAC basketball team, including Coach Jensen, Reul Evans, Dixon Kapple, Morgan McKay, Douglas Smith, Thomas McMullen, David Cox, and Alvin Twitchell. See also USU A-0247-a and USU A-0247d. See also Buzzer 1917, p. 106. (RO)
USU A-0328. Portrait of unidentified Lt. Colonel in uniform, 1950s.
USU A-0329. Unidentified Lt. Colonel, Frederick P. Champ, USAC President Louis L. Madsen, and Carlton Culmsee, Dean of Arts and Sciences and Commander of U.S. Naval Reserves, at the Military Ball, 1950s.
USU A-0330. Xamedi Assam being hooded by Eliot Cameron and a woman, Commencement 1968.
USU A-0331a. Choir and orchestra at Commencement, ca. 1960s.
USU A-0331b. Commencement dinner, ca. 1960s.
USU A-0332a. University President Daryl Chase and his wife Alice Chase greeting guests at Commencement Exercises, 1960s.
USU A-0332b. Bird's-eye view of the Commencement procession, 1960s.
USU A-0333a. Commencement speaker Dr. Arthur Larson at the podium, 1967.
USU A-0333b. Guests at a refreshment table on Commencement day, 1960s.
USU A-0334a. Bird's-eye view of the Commencement procession, early to mid 1960s. See also Buzzer 1968, p. 58.
USU A-0334b. View of the Commencement procession from Old Main, 1960s.
USU A-0335a. Bird's-eye view of the Commencement procession from the north tower of Old Main, 1960s.
USU A-0335b. Graduates taking an oath at the ROTC graduation, 1960s.
USU A-0336a. University President Daryl Chase in robes speaking at the Commencement podium, 1967.
USU A-0336b. Cadet John W. Obray being commissioned by a young woman, 1967.
USU A-0337a. Graduates leaving Old Main for the Commencement procession to the Fieldhouse, 1960s.
USU A-0337b. Diners lining up at the buffet tables for the Commencement dinner, 1960s.
USU A-0338a. Commencement procession from Old Main to the Fieldhouse, 1964.
USU A-0338b. ROTC commissioning exercises on Old Main Hill*, ca. 1964.
USU A-0339a. Dr. Arthur Larson, University President Daryl Chase, and Thomas S. Monson speaking together after Commencement Exercises, 1967.
USU A-0339b. A University graduate and his parents, 1960s.
USU A-0340a. Speaker at the ROTC graduation, 1960s.
USU A-0340b. ROTC cadet receiving his diploma, 1960s.
USU A-0341a. View of the Commencement procession from the west tower of Old Main.
USU A-0341b. View of the Commencement procession from the west tower of Old Main.
USU A-0342. Hod Sanders and Hy Hunsaker hood E. L. (Dick) Romney, recipient of an honorary doctorate degree, at the Commencement Ceremony, 1960.
USU A-0343. View of the Commencement procession from Old Main to the Fieldhouse looking north from the west tower of Old Main, 1960s.
USU A-0344. Reed Warner Bailey receiving an honorary doctorate degree from University President Daryl Chase at Commencement Exercises, 1960.
USU A-0345. E. L. (Dick) Romney receiving an honorary doctorate degree from University President Daryl Chase at Commencement Exercises, 1960.
USU A-0346. View of the Commencement procession from Old Main to the Fieldhouse looking north, probably taken from the Little Theatre on the second floor of Old Main, ca. 1965.
USU A-0347. Commencement Exercises in the Fieldhouse, 1960s.
USU A-0348. Henry Hurren and J. Whitney Floyd hooding Reed Warner Bailey, recipient of an honorary doctorate degree, at Commencement Ceremony, 1960.
USU A-0349a. Commencement Ceremony featuring the choir and orchestra, 1960s.
USU A-0349b. Two children, Carl and Susan Arrington, stand behind Leonard Arrington lined along the Commencement procession route, 1950s.
USU A-0350a. MISSING.
USU A-0350b. MISSING.
USU A-0351a. Vice President Gerald R. Ford, a Commencement speaker, pictured with James Brown, June 8, 1974. (Color photograph.)
USU A-0351b. Vice President Gerald R. Ford, University President Glen L. Taggart, and Colonel Ralph L. Kitchens participating in the Commencement procession, June 8, 1974. (Color photograph.)
USU A-0352a. Colonel Ralph L. Kitchens, Vice President Gerald R. Ford, and University President Glen L. Taggart speaking together at Commencement, June 8, 1974. (Color photograph.)
USU A-0352b. Vice President Gerald R. Ford speaking at Commencement, June 8, 1974. (Color photograph.)
USU A-0353a. Graduates at the Commencement Exercises in the Spectrum, June 8, 1974. (Color photograph.)
USU A-0353b. Dr. Miner E. Bruner delivering the invocation at the Baccalaureate services, June 7, 1974. (Color photograph.)
USU A-0354a. Dr. Alan Geyer, Dag Hammarskjold Professor of Peace Studies at Colgate University, delivering the Baccalaureate sermon, June 7, 1974. (Color photograph.)
USU A-0354b. President Glen L. Taggart conducting Commencement Exercises, June 8, 1974. (Color photograph.)
USU A-0355a. Vice President Gerald R. Ford and University President Glen L. Taggart leaving the Commencement ceremony, June 8, 1974. (Color photograph.)
USU A-0355b. Vice President Gerald R. Ford and University President Glen L. Taggart leaving the Commencement ceremony, June 8, 1974. (Color photograph.)
USU A-0356a. Honorary hooding of Lorenzo Richards, assisted by Brent Hoggan, Doyle Matthews, Richard Swenson, Glen L. Taggart, with J.D. Harris seated in the background, June 8, 1974. (Color photograph.)
USU A-0356b. Honorary hooding of John R. Platt, assisted by George E. Hart, with Beverly Kumpfer seated in the background, June 8, 1974. (Color photograph.)
USU A-0357a. Vice President Gerald R. Ford receiving an honorary degree during Commencement, June 8, 1974. Also pictured are Sherman Lloyd and University President Glen L. Taggart. (Color photograph.)
USU A-0357b. Vice President Gerald R. Ford receiving an honorary degree during Commencement, June 8, 1974. Also pictured are Sherman Lloyd, JeDon A. Emenhiser, and University President Glen L. Taggart. (Color photograph.)
USU A-0358. Musical number performed during the Commencement Ceremony in the Fieldhouse.
USU A-0359. University President Daryl Chase presenting diploma to Ph.D. candidate Xamedi Assam during Commencement, 1968.
USU A-0360. University President Daryl Chase and Ph.D. recipient Xamedi Assam in academic robes at Commencement, 1968.
USU A-0361. Interior view of the Fieldhouse, prepared for Commencement ceremonies, 1950s.
USU A-0362a. Commencement speaker Dr. Arthur Larson, Director of the Rule of Law Research Center at Duke University, at the Utah State University Commencement Ceremony, 1967. (Color photograph.)
USU A-0362b. University President Daryl Chase bestowing an honorary doctorate in Law degree on Dr. Arthur Larson at Commencement, 1967. (Color photograph.)
USU A-0362c. Thomas S. Monson giving the Baccalaureate sermon at Commencement Ceremony, 1967. (Color photograph.)
USU A-0363a. Diners seated at their tables at the University Commencement dinner, 1960s. (Color photograph.)
USU A-0363b. People eating refreshments outdoors, 1960s. (Color photograph.)
USU A-0363c. Buffet lines at the Commencement dinner, 1960s. (Color photograph.)
USU A-0363d. University President Daryl Chase and his wife Alice Chase greeting the families of University graduates at Commencement, 1960s. (Color photograph.)
USU A-0364a. Dr. Arthur Larson, University President Daryl Chase, and Thomas S. Monson speaking together after Commencement Exercises, 1967. (Color photograph.)
USU A-0364b. University President Daryl Chase presiding over Commencement Exercises, 1967. (Color photograph.)
USU A-0364c. Recipients of honorary degrees at the University Commencement, 1962: Dr. N. A. Pedersen, Charles D. Michaelson, and Dr. Orson W. Isrealsen. (Color photograph.)
USU A-0365a. Military color guard leading the Commencement procession around the corner of Old Main, 1960s. (Color photograph.)
USU A-0365b. Robed faculty members awaiting graduates along the Commencement processional route, 1960s. (Color photograph.)
USU A-0365c. People seated in an auditorium, possibly the Old Main auditorium, 1960s. (Color photograph.)
USU A-0366a. ROTC candidates taking their military graduation oath, 1960s. (Color photograph.)
USU A-0366b. Speaker at the Military Graduation ceremony, 1960s. (Color photograph.)
USU A-0366c. Audience at the Military Graduation ceremony, 1960s. (Color photograph.)
USU A-0367a. Military color guard leading the Commencement procession north from Old Main, 1960s. (Color photograph.)
USU A-0367b. Military color guard leading the Commencement procession to the Fieldhouse, 1960s. (Color photograph.)
USU A-0368. Musical number presented at Commencement Ceremony in the Fieldhouse.
USU A-0369. Experiment Station of the Agronomy department at the North Farm in North Logan, 1950s.
USU A-0370. MISSING.
USU A-0371a. Man sitting on a drag harrow being pulled by four horses.
USU A-0371b. Hog barn and hogs, possibly in Paradise, Utah.
USU A-0371c. Man showing off a sheep.
USU A-0372a. Crop field.
USU A-0372b. Field.
USU A-0373a. Livestock show, 1950s.
USU A-0373b. Dairy cattle in a field.
USU A-0374a. Photo of controlled application of irrigation water to test plots at the Experiment Station, ca. 1908. See also USU A-0377 and USU A-1206.
USU A-0374b. Photo of controlled application of irrigation water to test plots at the Experiment Station, ca. 1908. See also USU A-0377 and USU A-1206.
USU A-0374c. Photo of controlled application of irrigation water to test plots at the Experiment Station, ca. 1908. See also USU A-0377 and USU A-1206.
USU A-0375a. Crop field at the site of the present Merrill Library*.
USU A-0375b. Dee Croft standing in a crop field where the present Merrill Library* is now.
USU A-0375c. Field of crops, possibly a test field.
USU A-0376. "The College Spraying Outfit and the College Orchard." Workmen spraying fruit trees in the experiment plot on the present site of the Business Building, ca. 1904. See also P0014 9:204. See also ACU Experiment Station Bulletin, no. 87, plate I.
USU A-0377a. Photo of controlled application of irrigation water to test plots at the North Logan farm, ca. 1908. See also USU A-1206 and USU A-0374.
USU A-0377b. Photo of controlled application of irrigation water to test plots at the North Logan farm, ca. 1908. See also USU A-1206 and USU A-0374.
USU A-0377c. Photo of controlled application of irrigation water to test plots at the North Logan farm, ca. 1908. See also USU A-1206 and USU A-0374.
USU A-0378a. Dairy cattle in a field.
USU A-0378b. Dairy cow show at the University on the site of the present Student Union Building*, 1930s.
USU A-0378c. Hereford Bull.
USU A-0379. Two men inspecting sheep, 1930s.
USU A-0380. Showing the wool on two sheep.
USU A-0381. Interior view of the conservatory, formerly located on the south wing of Old Main, ca. 1917.
USU A-0382. Military radio training for two young men at the Power Panel for the Plotting Room in the basement of Old Main, 1918.
USU A-0383a. Man checking the harnesses and reins on several horses.
USU A-0383b. Man driving an old tractor.
USU A-0384. Corporal missile from Tooele Ordinance Depot, set up at the University, 8 April, 1960.
USU A-0385a. Jersey Bull.
USU A-0385b. Man showing a Hereford bull at the "Ag Show." See also Buzzer 1940, p. 60.
USU A-0385c. Bull.
USU A-0386. Winter view of the forestry plantations and the Quad from the roof of Old Main, 1907.
USU A-0387. Tractor plowing the Quad preparatory to leveling and planting, 1920s.
USU A-0388a. Student family at the door of their trailer home, 1940s.
USU A-0388b. Student family inside their trailer home, 1940s.
USU A-0389. Small plane with two occupants taking off from a dirt runway.
USU A-0390. Double exposure of a student working the Carillon in the Old Main Bell Tower, 1950s.
USU A-0391. A burned trailer, possibly in the student housing trailer court.
USU A-0392a. Wilford W. Richards, Director of the L.D.S. Institute, painting flowers on a wall as another man looks on, 1950s.
USU A-0392b. Wilford W. Richards, Director of the LDS Institute, painting flowers on a wall.
USU A-0393. MISSING.
USU A-0394a. Field day at the College Experiment Farm in Farmington, Utah, with University President Daryl Chase, College of Agriculture Dean R.H. Walker, and an unidentified man examining corn stalks, August 15, 1956.
USU A-0394b. Field day at the College Experiment Farm in Farmington, Utah, with University President Daryl Chase, College of Agriculture Dean R.H. Walker, and an unidentified man examining corn stalks, August 15, 1956.
USU A-0395a. Steel salute for University President Daryl Chase, located on north entrance to Old Main, performed by the Scabbard and Blade organization within the ROTC, 1956. President Chase standing on the first step of the entrance. See also Buzzer 1956, p. 134.
USU A-0395b. Steel salute for University President Daryl Chase, located on north entrance to Old Main, performed by the Scabbard and Blade organization within the ROTC, 1956. President Chase standing at the bottom of the steps to the entrance. See also Buzzer 1956, p. 134.
USU A-0395c. Steel salute for University President Daryl Chase, located on north entrance to Old Main, performed by the Scabbard and Blade organization within the ROTC, 1956. President Chase standing at the top of the steps to the entrance. See also Buzzer 1956, p. 134.
USU A-0396a. Barbecuing on campus southwest of Old Main and Mechanic Arts Buildings, 1960s.
USU A-0396b. Filling up the trays at a barbecue on campus southwest of Old Main and Mechanic Arts Buildings, 1960s.
USU A-0396c. Standing in line for cookout southwest of Old Main and Mechanic Arts Buildings, 1960s.
USU A-0397. Intramural athlete Garth Belliston and Student Intramural Manager Nephi Schwab shake hands in front of Vaughn Hall, advisor for the men's intramural activities, 1947. See also Buzzer 1947, p. 186.
USU A-0398. Students and faculty holding up a large banner reading "Pan Am Welcomes Utah State University European Arts Tour, Arrangements made by Colburn Travel," in what appears to be an airport terminal, 1960s.
USU A-0399. Young woman working in the Computer Center located in basement of Old Main, 1950s.
USU A-0400. Woman in glasses working in the Computer Center located in basement of Old Main, 1950s.
USU A-0401. Ellis W. Lamborn, Associate Professor of Agricultural Economics. He served on the USU faculty from 1947-1968. He received his BS in 1943, from Utah State University, MS in 1944 from the University of Illinois., and Ph.D. in 1947 from Cornell University, 1950.
USU A-0402. Two men in the Computer Center located in the basement of Old Main, 1950s.
USU A-0403. Young woman holding a stack of cards and working in the Computer Center located in the basement of Old Main, 1950s.
USU A-0404. Three women and two men working in the Computer Center in the basement of Old Main, 1950s.
USU A-0405. MISSING.
USU A-0406a. Eight women in cowboy hats posed on a suspended walkway, possibly candidates for Harvest Queen, ca. 1970.
USU A-0406b. Tony's Grove Forestry Camp, late 1940s.
USU A-0407a. Members of the USU Rodeo Club, 1964-65: (First row, right to left) Jim B. Brumbles, advisor; Barry T. Williams, regional director; Mike Hansen, president; Jerry James, vice-president; Karen James, publicity director; Vernice Kotter, secretary; and Jim Fain, treasurer. (Second row, right to left) Lynn Crittenden, Dusty Pierce, Martha Miller, Dee Anna Blackburn, Ann Mousen, Karla Hansel, Beverly Baxter, Loraine Oberhansly, Leslie Stephins, Bert Smith, Larry Nalder, and Curtis Biggs. (Third row, right to left) Ray Yamauchi, Bob Petersen, Gale Smith, Chad P. Winn, Bill E. Rust, Phil Vance, Mike Felter, Pete Minard, Lavon McBride, and Dale Bingham. (Fourth row, right to left) Jerry Huff, Jim Stevens, Ed Merrihew, Sherman Allred, Wayne Straatman, Byron Wheatley, Gerry Winn, and Jay Byrans. See also Buzzer 1965, p. 242.
USU A-0407b. Eight members of the Rodeo Club with trophy, possibly including Ray Yamauchi, Chad P. Winn, Bert Smith, Lavon McBride, Pete Minard, Jerry James, or Curtis Biggs, ca. 1965. See also Buzzer 1965, p. 242.
USU A-0407c. Members of the Rodeo Club 1956-57: Lynn Mitchell, President; Amarylis Burton, Secretary; Sam Warren, Vice President; Connie Sorensen, Reporter; and Ronald Jones, Activity Chairman. See also Buzzer 1957, p. 184.
USU A-0408a. Man throwing horseshoes with a large group of other men watching, early 1900s.
USU A-0408b. Two women milking cows in a milking competition, 1920s.
USU A-0408c. Woman pouring milk into a measuring pail for a milking competition, 1920s.
USU A-0408d. Two women shaking hands at a milking competition, 1920s.
USU A-0409a. People serving and eating watermelon, 1950s.
USU A-0409b. People serving and eating watermelon, 1950s.
USU A-0410a. Students participating in the Watermelon Bust on the Quad, 1960s.
USU A-0410b. Students participating in the Watermelon Bust on the Quad, 1960s.
USU A-0411. Students playing table tennis in the TUB (Temporary Union Building,) late 1940s.
USU A-0412a. Students playing ping pong in the basement of the Student Union Building*, 1950s.
USU A-0412b. Students playing ping pong in the basement of the Student Union Building*, 1950s.
USU A-0413a. Students playing table tennis in the basement of the Student Union Building*, 1950s.
USU A-0413b. Students playing pool in the basement of the Student Union Building*, 1960s.
USU A-0414a. Alene Taylor, candidate for Miss Utah, with University President Daryl Chase, Patti Smith, and Helen Daines, 1956. See also USU A-0918a.
USU A-0414b. Homecoming Royalty, 1955-56, on the parade float: Elaine Stockdale, queen; Donna Gatton, attendant; and Pauline Schmidt, attendant. See also Buzzer 1956, p. 224.
USU A-0415. Homecoming Royalty, 1959-60: Elissa Walt, attendant; Sharon Baxter, queen; and Nan Grace, attendant. See Herald Journal October 25, 1959.
USU A-0416. Homecoming Royalty, 1952-53: Marilyn Crawford, queen, accepting an award, with attendants LaRue Farnes and Shirlene Griffith standing to her left.
USU A-0417a. Pageant queen, with four attendants, possibly from Homecoming, Open House, or Miss Utah pageants, early 1940s.
USU A-0417b. Homecoming Royalty, 1953-54: Beverly Jeffs, attendant; Sue Simmonds, queen; and Rose Ann Pilkington, attendant.
USU A-0418a. McKay Student Living Center. Ground breaking ceremonies were held May 2, 1961 and it was completed for occupancy in fall of 1962.
USU A-0418b. McKay Student Living Center.
USU A-0418c. McKay Student Living Center.
USU A-0419a. Delta Phi chorus, 1968. See also Buzzer 1968, p. 301.
USU A-0419b. Singing group with guitars, possibly the Balladiers, performing before an audience at a banquet, 1960s.
USU A-0420. Delta Phi Kappa Chorus, early 1960s.
USU A-0421. Ground breaking for the David O. McKay Student Living Center, including Fred Baugh, Thorpe B. Isaacson, David O. McKay with the first shovel of dirt, University President Daryl Chase, Reed Bullen, and Leland Preece, May 2, 1961.
USU A-0422. David O. McKay speaking at the McKay Student Living Center ground breaking ceremony, May 2, 1961.
USU A-0423. David O. McKay at the McKay Student Living Center ground breaking ceremony, May 2, 1961.
USU A-0424. David O. McKay speaking at the McKay Student Living Center ground breaking ceremony, May 2, 1961.
USU A-0425. Ground breaking for the David O. McKay Student Living Center, including Reed Bullen, Thorpe B. Isaacson, David O. McKay, Fred Baugh, University President Daryl Chase, and Leland Preece, May 2, 1961.
USU A-0426. Alma Sonne, David O. McKay, and University President Daryl Chase at the ground breaking ceremony for the McKay Student Living Center, May 2, 1961.
USU A-0427. David O. McKay and University President Daryl Chase at the ground breaking ceremony for the McKay Student Living Center, May 2, 1961.
USU A-0428. LDS Institute choir, late 1960s.
USU A-0429a. Three students examining a machine part, 1950s.
USU A-0429b. "Looking over the Atomic Energy Commission display as set up at another school are two students. The display will be in Logan, Feb. 21-22 in the Ag. fieldhouse," 1952. See also Student Life Vol. 39, no. 14, January 31, 1952, p. 5.
USU A-0429c. Student and teacher working on machine, 1950s.
USU A-0430. Professor and two students standing next to a display of a dime irradiator, 1950s.
USU A-0431. Professor and four students taking measurements from a sub-critical nuclear reactor, 1950s.
USU A-0432a. Professor examining the contents of two test tubes, 1950s.
USU A-0432b. Man working with a machine, 1950s.
USU A-0432c. Two men working with a machine, 1950s.
USU A-0433a. Three men standing behind a machine laying on a table, with an equation written on the blackboard behind them, 1960s.
USU A-0433b. Three men examining the circular part of a machine, 1960s.
USU A-0433c. Man demonstrating the use of a machine, 1960s.
USU A-0433d. Two men checking the Rotational Torque testing equipment, 1950s.
USU A-0434a. Two men at work in a laboratory, 1960s.
USU A-0434b. Man using a machine, 1960s.
USU A-0434c. Man using a machine, 1960s.
USU A-0434d. Two men working on a machine, 1960s.
USU A-0435a. Two men working on a machine, 1960s.
USU A-0435b. Two men reading the printout from a machine, 1960s.
USU A-0436a. Professor demonstrating an equation on the blackboard, 1960s.
USU A-0436b. Women at the Van De Graaff Generator exhibit, standing on a stool and touching a metal sphere causing the hairs of her head to rise, early 1960s.
USU A-0437a. Three men, possibly including Dr. Schupe, measuring uranium rods in a sub-critical nuclear reactor, 1960s. See also Buzzer 1966, p. 33.
USU A-0437b. Man examining a pipe in water, 1960s.
USU A-0438. Four students examining a gauge on a machine, 1960s.
USU A-0439. Three men working on a machine, 1960s.
USU A-0440a. Woman sitting at a machine, 1960s.
USU A-0440b. Man using a microscope, 1960s.
USU A-0440c. Woman working with samples in a laboratory, 1960s.
USU A-0440d. Man looking into a machine while another man adjusts the dials on the machine. Two women talking to one another behind them, 1940s.
USU A-0441a. Man working in a laboratory, 1960s.
USU A-0441b. Instructor giving a demonstration using a model figure of the brain, 1960s.
USU A-0442a. Dr. LeGrande Ellis with students, 1960s.
USU A-0442b. Dr. John Simmons and Dr. Eldon Gardner with a student in the biology lab, 1960s.
USU A-0443a. Bacteriology lab class in the Natural Resources Building, 1960s.
USU A-0443b. Bacteriology lab class in the Plant Science Building, 1940s.
USU A-0444a. Three women working on an experiment, 1960s.
USU A-0444b. Three women taking measurements at a machine, early 1960s.
USU A-0445a. Man instructing a woman who is wearing earphones, 1950s.
USU A-0445b. Student looking into a microscope, 1950s.
USU A-0446a. Two men in a laboratory, 1950s.
USU A-0446b. Man and woman in a laboratory, 1950s.
USU A-0447a. Two female and one male student examine a plant, 1950s.
USU A-0447b. Professor and student examining a plant, 1950s.
USU A-0448. Biology lab class in the Plant Industry Building, ca. 1961.
USU A-0449. Tools hung on a wall, ca. 1912.
USU A-0450. Three men working in a machine shop.
USU A-0451. MISSING.
USU A-0452a. Welding class, 1920s.
USU A-0452b. Welding class, 1920s.
USU A-0452c. Trades and Industries student training for the "National Defense" welding, 1941. See also Buzzer 1941, p. 248.
USU A-0452d. Welding class, 1920s.
USU A-0453a. Implements and tools produced by UAC students, ca. 1912.
USU A-0453b. Man showing implements and tools produced by UAC students, ca. 1912.
USU A-0453c. Implements and tools produced by UAC students, ca. 1912.
USU A-0453d. Implements and tools produced by UAC students, ca. 1912.
USU A-0454. Blacksmithing class held in the Mechanic Arts Building, 1930s.
USU A-0455. Two men welding a machine.
USU A-0456. Man looking at the exhibit of a rocket, 1950s.
USU A-0457. Randolph Dodd, an aeronautics student at USAC, makes preparations to start the engine of a Stearman for a test flight. The Stearman was one of three planes certified by the CAA at the college. The plane was completely rebuilt and overhauled by students. Lyman Ballif Shown is shown in the front cockpit, Elwood Watch in the rear.
USU A-0458a. Two students working on a machine, 1930s.
USU A-0458b. Man working on a machine, 1930s.
USU A-0458c. Student constructing the wing of a plane in their metal fabrication class, 1930s.
USU A-0459. Man posed next to a small airplane marked "Pacer 125," 1930s.
USU A-0460. A male and female student working on a propeller, 1940s.
USU A-0461. Two female and one male student working on the rear of a plane, 1940s.
USU A-0462. Four students measuring air speed, ca. 1950.
USU A-0463. Two male students working on a plane, ca. 1950.
USU A-0464. Professor and two students examining an airplane engine, ca. 1952.
USU A-0465. Four men examining a machine, 1950s. Machine is also featured in USU A-0467.
USU A-0466a. Five men looking at a hydraulics exhibit, 1950s.
USU A-0466b. Two men working on a hydraulics exhibit, 1950s.
USU A-0467. Two men examining the same machine as featured in USU A-0465, 1950s.
USU A-0468a. Man testing the components of a machine, 1950s.
USU A-0468b. Four men examining a machine, 1950s.
USU A-0468c. Deep freeze, made by one of the students in the refrigeration class, featured in the Air Conditioning and Refrigeration display, 1950s.
USU A-0468d. Group of eight men and one woman working at a table, 1950s.
USU A-0469a. Professor teaching a class in the Electrical Engineering department, 1950s.
USU A-0469b. Clayton Clark working with a machine, 1950s.
USU A-0469c. Professor teaching a class at an Engineering Experiment station, 1950s.
USU A-0470. Electrical engineering class at work, 1950s.
USU A-0471. Three men working with a machine belonging to the Institute of Radio Engineers that measured bearing degrees and range yards, 1950s.
USU A-0472. Students working at their desks in a drafting class, 1948. See also Buzzer 1948, p. 278.
USU A-0473a. Students working in a drafting class located in a temporary building on campus, 1950s.
USU A-0473b. Students working in a drafting class located in the Ray B. West Engineering Buildling, 1950s.
USU A-0473c. Students working in a drafting class located in a temporary building on campus, 1950s.
USU A-0473d. Students working in a drafting class located in the Ray B. West Engineering Building, 1950s.
USU A-0474a. Three men looking at the plans for building a model structure, 1950s.
USU A-0474b. Three men working inside of an unfinished structure, 1950s.
USU A-0475. Man cutting a piece of wood, 1950s.
USU A-0476. Man drilling a hole, 1950s.
USU A-0477a. Wooden structures made by students.
USU A-0477b. Wooden table made by a student.
USU A-0477c. Man working on a wood cabinet, 1950s.
USU A-0478. Two men cutting wood with a table saw, 1950s.
USU A-0479a. Man drilling holes in wood, 1950s.
USU A-0479b. Two men measuring a woodworking project, 1950s.
USU A-0480a. Woodworking display of parts of a banister and rolling pin.
USU A-0480b. Students in a woodworking class, ca. 1920.
USU A-0480c. A woodworking project resembling a magnet with a long handle.
USU A-0481. A professor and two students in a mechanics class, 1950s.
USU A-0482. Students working on cars in an auto mechanics class in the Mechanic Arts Building, 1930s.
USU A-0483. Two men working on a machine, 1930s.
USU A-0484. Automobile repair class for World War I recruits, held in the Mechanic Arts Building, 1918.
USU A-0485. Professor pointing out the parts of a machine to five other men, 1950s.
USU A-0486a. Four men working on an engine, one man reading an operators manual for a John Deere machine, 1950s.
USU A-0486b. Class working with car batteries, 1940s.
USU A-0487a. Automobile repair class, 1950s.
USU A-0487b. Automobile repair class for women, 1920s.
USU A-0487c. Class working on engines.
USU A-0487d. Four men working on an engine. See also USU A-1078b.
USU A-0488a. Man spray painting a car in class.
USU A-0488b. Class working on engines, 1940s.
USU A-0488c. Man spray painting a car while two other men watch. See also USU A-1078c.
USU A-0489. Man working on a machine.
USU A-0490. Man pointing out the gauges on a vehicle analyzer for three other men, 1950s.
USU A-0491. Five men in a shop class.
USU A-0492. Seven men in an engineering shop class.
USU A-0493. Man bolting pieces of metal together.
USU A-0494. Woodworking shop class, 1920s.
USU A-0495. Instructor W. Carl Somers pointing out the parts of a machine to Margaret James and a another man for a special program sponsored by USAC that trained sixty-seven Hill Air Force Base employees in mechanical and technical skills, 1951. See also Student Life Vol. 39, no. 3, October 11, 1951, p.1.
USU A-0496. W. Carl Somers instructs two students in a tool engineering class, 1940s. USAC had the only four-year curriculum leading to a bachelor of science degree in tool engineering.
USU A-0497. Men in a machine shop, 1920s.
USU A-0498a. Instructor demonstrating pneumatic pumps to four women, ca. 1915.
USU A-0498b. Man working with a lathe, ca. 1915.
USU A-0498c. Pneumatic pumps.
USU A-0499a. Student working with a "milling machine," 1948. See also Buzzer 1948, 278.
USU A-0499b. Group of seven men working with small metal rods while another man watches, 1950s.
USU A-0499c. Men working in a machine shop.
USU A-0499d. Instructor and student examining a machine.
USU A-0500. Students practicing surveying on the Quad for a class, 1950s.
USU A-0501. Machine parts, early 1900s.
USU A-0502. MISSING.
USU A-0503a. Surveying class on Old Main Hill*, 1930s.
USU A-0503b. Surveying class on Old Main Hill*, 1940s.
USU A-0503c. Surveying team, 1940s.
USU A-0504. Man surveying land.
USU A-0505. Surveying class on campus, 1895. See 1896-97 College Catalog, photo titled "Field work in surveying."
USU A-0506a. Surveying class, 1950s.
USU A-0506b. Surveying class, 1950s.
USU A-0507. Four men taking measurements of concrete, 1950s.
USU A-0508. Engineering group posed next to a Greyhound bus in front of the Engineering Building, 1950s.
USU A-0509a. Three students building a model highway and bridge beneath a sign reading," Civil Engineering, Welded Bridge & Highway Intersection, Planned, Designed & Built by Students in Highways, Structures & Welding," 1950s.
USU A-0509b. Student looking at a highway structure display by the Idaho Department of Highways, 1950s.
USU A-0510. Two men turning the dials of a machine in the back of a covered truck, 1950s.
USU A-0511. Two men working with an oscillograph machine, 1950s.
USU A-0512. Two men drawing a diagram on a blackboard while other students work with machines in the room, 1950s.
USU A-0513. Six male students working with a machine sitting on a table, 1950s.
USU A-0514. Two male students wiring a machine, 1950s.
USU A-0515. Two men turning the knobs of a machine, 1950s.
USU A-0516. Two students pointing to a chart labeled "Iron Carbon Diagram," 1950s.
USU A-0517. One man points to a cutting machine while two other men look on, 1950s.
USU A-0518. Class working on stereo equipment, 1950s.
USU A-0519. One man taking a voltometer reading from a machine, probably an air conditioner, 1950s.
USU A-0520. USAC President Franklin S. Harris, Utah Governor Herbert Maw, and a high ranking military officer converse in front of an Iwo Jima display at the USAC Military Ball, "Midnight Maneuvers," 1947. See also Buzzer 1947, p. 141.
USU A-0521a. ROTC Battalion formations on the Quad in winter, 1918. See also Buzzer 1918.
USU A-0521b. ROTC B Company formation on the lawn south of Old Main in winter, 1920. See also Buzzer 1920.
USU A-0522. MISSING.
USU A-0523. SATC barracks in the Men's gym in the Smart Gymnasium, 1918.
USU A-0524. Six members of the Sponsors organization holding rifles during a drill, ca. 1949.
USU A-0525a. Sponsors members drilling on the Quad, 1940s.
USU A-0525b. Angel Flight members marching in a parade on Main Street in Logan, 1970s. View of Main Street shops in the background.
USU A-0526a. Nine members of the ROTC posing behind a table displaying their awards and medals, 1950s.
USU A-0526b. Cadet Douglas F. Anderson, from Grantsville, Utah, a student attending the 1955 Fort Lewis ROTC camp, straightens his toilet articles prior to a full field inspection with company "A."
USU A-0527. ROTC military formations on the Quad, Merrill Library* in the background.
USU A-0528. ROTC non-commissioned officers, 1920. See also Buzzer 1920.
USU A-0529. MISSING.
USU A-0530. MISSING.
USU A-0531. ROTC Battalion formation on the lawn south of Old Main in winter, 1920. See also Buzzer 1920.
USU A-0532. ROTC AS Skirmishers formation with rifles on the lawn south of Old Main, 1920. See also Buzzer 1920.
USU A-0533a. ROTC military formations on the Quad, ca. 1918. Half the men are in uniform and other half are dressed in jackets and ties.
USU A-0533b. Group of men, some in military and chef uniforms, possibly at a military camp, ca. 1918. Two men are holding pies.
USU A-0534a. ROTC military formations with rifles on the Quad, ca. 1918. Half the men are in uniform and other half are dressed in jackets and ties.
USU A-0534b. ROTC military formations on the Quad, ca. 1918. Half the men are in uniform and other half are dressed in jackets and ties.
USU A-0535a. ROTC military formations on the Quad, ca. 1918. Half the men are in uniform and other half are dressed in jackets and ties.
USU A-0535b. ROTC military formations on the Quad, ca. 1918. Half the men are in uniform and other half are dressed in jackets and ties.
USU A-0536. ROTC A Company formation on the lawn south of Old Main in winter, 1920. See also Buzzer 1920.
USU A-0537. Capt. Stephen Abbot addressing installation of the Student Army Training Corps at the UAC, October 1, 1918. See also Buzzer 1919, p. 144.
USU A-0538. Two ROTC instructors looking over the paper targets of several cadets wearing shoulder pads for rifle shooting, possibly the Rifle Team, 1950s.
USU A-0539. USAC President Louis L. Madsen shaking hands with an ROTC officer while another ROTC officer, possibly Rulon Bickmore, and another man look on, ca. 1952.
USU A-0540. Three members of the ROTC looking into a Director M5, 1950s.
USU A-0541. One member of the ROTC seated at a desk with four others standing behind him, 1950s.
USU A-0542. ROTC commissioning exercises in the USAC amphitheatre, President Madsen addressing the audience, ca. 1952.
USU A-0543. Military science class looking at piece of field artillery, 1953.
USU A-0544. ROTC Color Guard on the field north of the Old Romney stadium, 1943.
USU A-0545. ROTC commissioning activities in the USAC amphitheatre, 1955.
USU A-0546. Four men standing, each holding a gun in front of him, 1950s.
USU A-0547. Military science class looking at piece of field artillery, 1950s.
USU A-0548a. ROTC cadet military formation on the Quad with Old Main in the background, 1930s.
USU A-0548b. ROTC cadet military formation on the Quad with the Engineering and Family Life buildings in the background, 1937. See also Buzzer 1987, p. 168-9.
USU A-0549. ROTC cadet military formation on the Quad with Old Main in the background, 1930s.
USU A-0550. ROTC military formation on the Quad with the Chemistry Building in the background, 1930s.
USU A-0551. ROTC cadet military formation on the Quad with the Engineering and Family Life buildings in the background, 1930s.
USU A-0552. ROTC military formation on the Quad with the Merrill Library* in the background, 1938.
USU A-0553. ROTC military formation on the Quad with the Merrill Library* in the background, 1938.
USU A-0554. ROTC commissioning exercises in the USAC amphitheatre, President Madsen addressing the audience, ca. 1953.
USU A-0555. ROTC cadets lined on the Quad for inspection, 1930s.
USU A-0556. ROTC inspection of military formations on the Quad, 1940.
USU A-0557. Military science class examining a machine gun mount M-55, 1950s.
USU A-0558. Advanced AFROTC cadets and pilots check flight maps before taking off on cross country flights in USAF airplanes, ca. 1952.
USU A-0559a. Cadets Mumby, Evans, and Van Orden lined up outside Old Main with other cadets.
USU A-0559b. Col. E. W. Timberlake, Professor of Military Science and Tactics.
USU A-0560a. ROTC cadet displaying a piece of an airplane engine.
USU A-0560b. Two ROTC cadets posing by an airplane.
USU A-0561a. Line of ROTC cadets raising their rights hands in an oath.
USU A-0561b. ROTC cadets examining a U.S. Air Force airplane.
USU A-0562a. Large group of cadets posed in front of a U.S. Air Force airplane.
USU A-0562b. ROTC cadet being commissioned by a young woman, probably his wife, 1960s.
USU A-0563a. "Air Force cadets at summer camp," Arnold Air Society field trip, 1952. See also Buzzer 1952, p. 265.
USU A-0563b. Fifteen members of the Angel Flight organization marching, including Linda Jacobsen, mid-1960s.
USU A-0563c. Military officer inspecting the rifle of an ROTC cadet during the Military Inspection and Review Day.
USU A-0564a. ROTC military formations, 1936.
USU A-0564b. ROTC military formation pass in review, 1955.
USU A-0564c. Army and Navy personnel in front of the Chemistry Building (Widstoe Hall), 1942.
USU A-0565. President E. G. Peterson and Frederick P. Champ standing on the Quad with the ROTC on Inspection Day, 1936.
USU A-0566. ROTC instructor 1st Lt. O. E. Litz describing the parts of a binocular while another man points them out on a diagram.
USU A-0567. ROTC color guard in position on the Quad during Military Inspection and Review Day, 1950s.
USU A-0568a. Military Ball, 1930s.
USU A-0568b. Four members of the ROTC presenting a piece of paper, probably an invitation to the military ball, to Utah Calvin Lewellyn Rampton, ca. 1970.
USU A-0569. Colonel Timberlake with two ROTC officers, one of whom is possibly Rulon Bickmore, early 1950s.
USU A-0570. Military band marching on the Quad, 1940s.
USU A-0571. Entire ROTC lined up on the Quad, 1950. See also USAC Bulletin, "USAC Military Department, West Point of the West," May 1950.
USU A-0572. Military Inspection and Review Day, with the Merrill Library* in the background, 1950s.
USU A-0573. Military Inspection and Review Day, with an ROTC unit marching on the Quad, 1950s.
USU A-0574. Military Inspection and Review Day, with an ROTC unit marching on the Quad, 1950s.
USU A-0575. Military Inspection and Review Day, ca. 1950.
USU A-0576. Governor J. Bracken Lee and his wife at the Military Ball, ca. 1953.
USU A-0577. Brigade Escapade military dance, 1950s.
USU A-0578. ROTC instruction, with the instructor pointing out parts of man's uniform.
USU A-0579. Dr. Wann and Joe Walley in the Radioactive lab, 1950s.
USU A-0580a. Dr. Thomas D. Wood, Professor of Physical Education, Columbia University. Instructor at the National Summer School, 1925.
USU A-0580b. R. S. Knappen, Department of Geology, University of Kansas. Instructor at the National Summer School, 1925.
USU A-0580c. Eliot Blackwelder, Head of the Department of Geology, Stanford University. Instructor at the National Summer School, 1925.
USU A-0581. MISSING.
USU A-0582. Visiting faculty members at the first session of the National Summer School, 1924. The visiting faculty included Professor W. C. Allee, Dr. Emmet D. Angell, Professor Eliot Blackwelder, Professor E. C. Branson, Professor W. H. Carruth, Professor Henry C. Cowles, Professor Raymon Franzon, Professor R. S. Knappen, Professor E. Y. McCollum, Dr. R. C. McGain, Professor Frederick Merk, Professor C. O. Reed, Miss Elga M. Shearer, Professor Frederick J. Turner, Professor E. L. Thorndike, and Dr. Thomas D. Wood. See also Bulletin for the National Summer School of the UAC, 1925.
USU A-0583a. Professor Frederick Jackson Turner, Professor of History, Harvard University. Instructor at the National Summer School, 1925.
USU A-0583b. Wallis Dann, instructor at the National Summer School, 1925.
USU A-0584a. Charles (Chas) F. Smith.
USU A-0584b. Professor E. A. Ross.
USU A-0585a. E. L. Thorndike, Professor of Educational Psychology, Columbia University. Instructor at the National Summer School, 1925.
USU A-0585b. Dr. Emmet D. Angell, Lecturer in Recreational Leadership at Yale, Harvard, and Wisconsin Universities. Instructor at the National Summer School, 1925.
USU A-0586a. Raymond Franzen, Department of Education, University of California. Instructor at the National Summer School, 2005.
USU A-0586b. E. A. Steiner, Professor Social Science and Applied Christianity, Grinnell College. National Summer School, 1925.
USU A-0587a. R. C. McLane, Supervisor of health, Detroit, Michigan. National Summer School, 1925.
USU A-0587b. E. C. Branson, Kenan Professor of Rural Economics and Sociology, University of North Carolina. National Summer School, 1925.
USU A-0587c. Henry C. Cowles, Professor of Botany, University of Chicago. National Summer School, 1924-5.
USU A-0588. ROTC military formation, ca. 1918.
USU A-0589a. A. E. Winship, instructor at the National Summer School.
USU A-0589b. John Adams, instructor at the National Summer School.
USU A-0590a. David Starr Jordan, instructor at the National Summer School, 1925.
USU A-0590b. Shailer Matthews, instructor at the National Summer School, 1925.
USU A-0591. MISSING.
USU A-0592. Group of 19 men and women, including USAC President E.G. Peterson, Elga M. Shearer, and Henry C. Cowles, posed on the lawn outside of building, possibly the visiting faculty members of the National Summer School, ca. 1925.
USU A-0593a. View of the Hatch Room, located in the Merrill Library*. The fireplace and overmantel (bearing the initials R. P. A. and the date 1664) are from the Charles of London collection, and are English. Dismantled in England, it was reassembled in the position it now occupies in 1953.
USU A-0593b. View of the Hatch Room, located in the Merrill Library*. The tapestry is Flemish and also from the Charles of London collection. Though woven in the 1700s as the border suggests, the clothing style of the figures is medieval.
USU A-0594a. Garrett G. Sedgewick, Department of English, University of British Columbia. Guest teacher at the National Summer School, 1924.
USU A-0594b. Frederick P. Champ laying the cornerstone of the Merrill Library*, 1930. See also Buzzer 1930, p. 232 for more information.
USU A-0595. MISSING.
USU A-0596a. Irving Wasserman, Professor and Head of the Department of Music, with his daughter Ellen Wasserman at a piano.
USU A-0596b. Burrell F. Hansen, Professor of Communications.
USU A-0597a. Audio visual aids class taught by Eldon Drake in the Education Building, room 6.
USU A-0597b. Two men with clipboards holding a metal structure out of the water.
USU A-0598a. Captain Stephen Abbot, USA retired, appointed commanding officer of the SATC at UAC. See also Buzzer 1918.
USU A-0598b. UAC Battalion in a column of companies before the arrival of their suits, which were to be furnished by the government.
USU A-0599a. Two men speaking to a small group of people gathered around a table, 1968.
USU A-0599b. Man doing paper work at his desk, 1968.
USU A-0600a. Extension Service class under the direction of Flora Bardwell, 1950s.
USU A-0600b. Blythe C. Ahlstrom, Assistant Professor of History, 1950s.
USU A-0601a. Robert P. Collier and Reed R. Durtschi looking at a chart, 1960s.
USU A-0601b. Herbert Smith instructing an English class, 1960s.
USU A-0602. Students in booths at the language laboratory, located in room 317 of the Merrill Library*, 1960s.
USU A-0603. LeRoy Stevens, ACU student body president, 1910-1912.
USU A-0604a. Vern Peterson, ACU student body president, 1913.
USU A-0604b. George M. Hess, ACU student body president, 1914.
USU A-0605a. J. Howard Maughan, ACU student body president, 1915.
USU A-0605b. A. C. Carrington, ACU student body president, 1916.
USU A-0606a. Ray J. Becroft, UAC student body president, 1917.
USU A-0606b. Heber Meeks, UAC student body president, 1918.
USU A-0607a. MISSING.
USU A-0607b. V. D. Gardner, UAC student body president, 1920.
USU A-0608a. J. Morris Christensen, UAC student body president, 1921.
USU A-0608b. E. J. Diehil, UAC student body president, 1922.
USU A-0609a. P. R. Johnston, UAC student body president, 1923.
USU A-0609b. John Logan, UAC student body president, 1924.
USU A-0610a. Williard B. Knowles, UAC student body president, 1925.
USU A-0610b. Roland W. Davis, UAC student body president, 1926.
USU A-0611a. Frank Christensen, UAC student body president, 1927.
USU A-0611b. V. Merrill Johnson, UAC student body president, 1928.
USU A-0612a. Lund Johnson, UAC student body president, 1929.
USU A-0612b. Rulon Walker, USAC student body president, 1930.
USU A-0613a. Odin Buchanan, USAC student body president, 1931.
USU A-0613b. MISSING.
USU A-0614a. Ray Lillywhite, USAC student body president, 1933.
USU A-0614b. Elmo Morgan, USAC student body president, 1934.
USU A-0615a. Lloyd Johnson, USAC student body president, 1935.
USU A-0615b. Russell Rick, USAC student body president, 1936.
USU A-0616a. Ted Karren, USAC student body president, 1937.
USU A-0616b. Elmo Garff, USAC student body president, 1938.
USU A-0617a. Keith Spencer, USAC student body president, 1939.
USU A-0617b. Jerry Shepherd, USAC student body president, 1940.
USU A-0618a. Harold Hiner, USAC student body president, 1941.
USU A-0618b. Wayne Morgan, USAC student body president, 1942.
USU A-0619a. Charles Kelley, USAC student body president, 1943.
USU A-0619b. Dale Lewis, USAC student body president, 1944.
USU A-0620a. Dan Ludlow, USAC student body president, 1945.
USU A-0620b. Dan Ludlow, USAC student body president, 1946.
USU A-0621a. Lyn "Swede" Larson, USAC student body president, 1947.
USU A-0621b. Desmond Anderson, USAC student body president, 1948.
USU A-0622a. Bill Robbins, USAC student body president, 1949.
USU A-0622b. Eugene Hansen, USAC student body president, 1950.
USU A-0623a. Gary Theurer, USAC student body president, 1951.
USU A-0623b. John Carlisle, USAC student body president, 1952.
USU A-0624a. Ross Allen, USAC student body president, 1955.
USU A-0624b. Ivan Hunstman, USAC student body president, 1956.
USU A-0625a. Norman Olsen, USAC student body president, 1957.
USU A-0625b. Le Ron Johnson, USU student body president, 1958.
USU A-0626a. Derle Thorpe, USU student body president, 1959.
USU A-0626b. Rolfe Kerr, USU student body president, 1960.
USU A-0627a. John Cannon, USU student body president, 1961.
USU A-0627b. Tim Healy, USU student body president, 1962.
USU A-0628a. Wayne Peterson, USU student body president, 1963.
USU A-0628b. Bruce Bishop, USU student body president, 1964.
USU A-0629a. Ken Rich, USU student body president, 1965.
USU A-0629b. Lee Roderick, USU student body president, 1966.
USU A-0630a. Kent Colton, USU student body president, 1967.
USU A-0630b. Steve Green, USU student body president, 1968.
USU A-0631a. Skip Shelton, USU student body president, 1969.
USU A-0631b. Neil Gruwell, USU student body president, 1970.
USU A-0632. Alan Croshaw, USU student body president, 1971.
USU A-0633a. Angel Flight officers, 1960s.
USU A-0633b. Angel Flight members marching, including Linda Jacobsen, 1960s
USU A-0633c. Col. Roland H. Taylor and Sue Crisfield with another Angel Flight member, ca. 1967.
USU A-0633d. Angel Flight members drilling on the east side of the Student Union Building*, 1960s.
USU A-0634. Sponsor Corp drilling with rifles in the Fieldhouse, 1950s.
USU A-0635. Manen Caine of Logan, Utah, ca. 1952, being interviewed for a position in the Sponsor Corp by a board consisting of: (front row, L to R) Alice Nelson, Tooele, Utah; William Call, Brigham City, Utah; Valoy Sorenson, Logan, Utah; Col. E. W. Timberlake, PMS & T; Joan Harrison, Logan, Utah; and Bob Murdock, Heber City, Utah. (back row, L to R) Gloria Evans, New Plymouth, Idaho; Marianne Gibbon, Logan, Utah; Jeanie Showell, Logan, Utah; and Colleen Allen, Rupert, Idaho. The board members consist of the heads of the Corps of the Sponsors, Cadet Brigade, and the PMS & T. They screen the 200 original applicants and select the 65 most outstanding girls. The girls are selected on their high school activities and scholastic standing, as well as poise, personality, and appearance.
USU A-0636a. Sponsor Corp drilling in the Fieldhouse, early 1950s.
USU A-0636b. Sponsor Corp officers, 1957. See also Buzzer 1957, p. 121.
USU A-0636c. Sponsor Corp on the Quad, mid 1950s.
USU A-0637. MISSING.
USU A-0638. Sponsor Corp drilling in the Fieldhouse during half time at a basketball game, 1950s.
USU A-0639. New recruits for the Sponsor Corp being sworn in, 1940s.
USU A-0640. Sponsor Corp in an "A" formation on the field of the old Romney Stadium, 1950s.
USU A-0641a. Ski class on Old Main Hill*, 1960s.
USU A-0641b. Ski class on Old Main Hill*, 1960s.
USU A-0642. Three female students inspecting ski equipment, 1950s.
USU A-0643. MISSING.
USU A-0644. Students inspecting winter sports equipment, 1950s.
USU A-0645a. Skiing students posed on Beaver Mountain.
USU A-0645b. Group posed on Old Main Hill in the snow, half wearing ski boots.
USU A-0646a. Student skiing on Beaver Mountain, 1960s.
USU A-0646b. Student skiing on Beaver Mountain, 1950s.
USU A-0646c. Two female students skiing on Beaver Mountain, 1950s.
USU A-0647a. Snowshoe carnival race on the Quad, 1950s.
USU A-0647b. Snowshoe carnival race on the Quad, 1950s.
USU A-0647c. Snowshoe carnival race on the Quad, 1940s.
USU A-0648. Students inspecting winter sports equipment, 1950s.
USU A-0649. Ski class on Old Main Hill*, 1940s.
USU A-0650. Ski class on Old Main Hill*, 1940s.
USU A-0651. Ski class on Old Main Hill*, 1950s.
USU A-0652. Female student playing tennis, 1950s. Courts were located on the northwest corner of the Quad. They were removed around 1961.
USU A-0653a. Varsity Tennis squad coached by Kenneth Vanderhoff, 1949.
USU A-0653b. Tennis class under the instruction of Lincoln McClellan, located on the tennis courts by 700 North St., 1960s.
USU A-0654a. Tennis courts located west of the Chemistry Building, ca. 1912.
USU A-0654b. New tennis courts located on 700 North St. west of the Edith Bowen Laboratory School, 1960s.
USU A-0655. Tennis class located on tennis courts north of the Merrill Library*, 1940s.
USU A-0656a. Tennis class located on the tennis courts by 700 North St., west of the Edith Bowen Laboratory School, 1960s.
USU A-0656b. People playing tennis on the courts located on 700 North St., west of the Edith Bowen Laboratory School, 1960s.
USU A-0657a. Student bowling in the Bowling Alley located in the basement of the Student Union Building*, 1960s.
USU A-0657b. Bowling class located in the basement of the Student Union Building*, 1950s.
USU A-0657c. Students bowling in the Bowling Alley located in the basement of the Student Union Building*, 1950s.
USU A-0658a. Golf class on Old Main Hill*, 1958.
USU A-0658b. Golf class on Old Main Hill*, 1960s.
USU A-0659a. Ronald Morgan, member of the USU Golf Team, 1964.
USU A-0659b. Man golfing, 1950s.
USU A-0660a. Three men golfing, 1950s.
USU A-0660b. Students participating in golf class, 1950s.
USU A-0661. Two female archery students, 1950s.
USU A-0662a. Student participating in Gymnastics classes, 1960s.
USU A-0662b. Student flexing his muscles in a Physical Education class, 1960s.
USU A-0663. Student performing gymnastics in the Smart Gymnasium, 1940s.
USU A-0664. Students playing volleyball in the Smart Gymnasium, 1950s.
USU A-0665. Students participating in intramural basketball, 1950s.
USU A-0666. Engine room, 1893. In 1975, the same area was probably occupied by the Admissions and Records office. Photo used to illustrate the 1894-95 catalog.
USU A-0667. Students fencing in the Smart Gymnasium, mid 1950s.
USU A-0668a. Students in a fencing class, 1950s.
USU A-0668b. Students playing soccer on Adams Field, ca. 1915.
USU A-0668c. Students participating in intramural athletics on the Quad, 1950s.
USU A-0668d. Students participating in intramural athletics on the Quad, 1950s.
USU A-0669a. Rod Tueller riding an exercise bike while Dale O. Nelson is timing him. See Pictures Past p. 94. (RO)
USU A-0669b. Archery class on Old Main Hill*, 1950s. See Pictures Past p. 94. (RO)
USU A-0670. Male and female student dancers holding a pose outdoors on a lawn, 1940s.
USU A-0671a. Three male student dancers hold a difficult balancing pose on a beach.
USU A-0671b. Two men practice gymnastics.
USU A-0672. Students playing soccer on the east end of the Quad, 1953.
USU A-0673. Students participating in a soccer game on the Quad, 1940s.
USU A-0674. Students participating in a soccer game on the Quad, 1940s.
USU A-0675. Students participating in a soccer game on the Quad, 1940s.
USU A-0676. Students participating in a soccer game in the old Romney Stadium, early 1960s.
USU A-0677. Andy Anderson, finishing 880 yd. run at the state track meet in Logan, Utah on May 8, 1915. Time: 2 minutes, 1 second. See also USU A-1459b.
USU A-0678. Glen Passey, from Ovid, Idaho, the Skyline discus champion, 1960.
USU A-0679. Coach Dick Romney with seven members of the 1920 track team. The team included: Percy Hansen, R. Croft, P. Dorius, Glenn Dee, P. Hansen, C. Hart, L. Vowen, Jackson, S. Anderson, F. Sorenson, Jacques, and J. McDonald. See also Buzzer 1920, p. 184. See also Student Life Vol. 18, no. 20, February 27, 1920, p. 4.
USU A-0680. 1915 track and field team: Gronway Perry, manager; Andy W. Anderson, distance; Hugh M. Peterson, sprints; Tura M. Aldous, hurdles; and Joseph Snow, weights. This was the first men's track team to represent the Agricultural College of Utah in the Rocky Mountain Conference. The event took place in Denver, Colorado, on May 15, 1915. See also USU A-1459a.
USU A-0681a. Men running hurdles in an intramural track and field event, 1950s.
USU A-0681b. Five members of the 1917 UAC swim team. The team included Purcell, Leland Jones, Scott Dahlquist, Drinen, Doug Cannon, Lyle Geddes, Hobusch, Jim Witmore, and Caffey. See also Buzzer 1917, p. 109. See also Student Life Vol. 15 no. 22, March 2, 1917, p. 4 and Vol. 15, no. 24, March 16, 1917, p. 1 and 3.
USU A-0681c. Jerry Cerrulla jumping a hurdle, ca. 1965.
USU A-0682a. Track runner poised to start running.
USU A-0682b. Hurdles in a track event, ca. 1915.
USU A-0683a. Charles Hislop, track runner, 1960s.
USU A-0683b. L. Jay Sylvester, Olympic discuss champion, 1960s.
USU A-0684a. "Luke makes record broad jump," 1917. See also Buzzer 1917, p. 103.
USU A-0684b. "Stubby wins the low hurdles," 1917. See also Buzzer 1917, p. 102.
USU A-0684c. Track and field relay event, 1931. See also Buzzer 1931, p. 160.
USU A-0684d. "Track Squad, 1914: (Top row, L to R) Williams, Catmul, Owen, Snow, Peterson, Hendricks, Maughn, Hillam, Vorhees, and Teetzel (Coach). (Bottom row, L to R) Salisbury, Hickman, Aldous, Anderson, and Madson." See also Buzzer 1914 and Buzzer 1915, p. 87. See also P0014 5:03:13 and 5:04:06. See also USU A-1557.
USU A-0684e. Participants in track, 1919. Track team members included: Peterson, Falck, Wing, Jazques, Wayman, McDonald, Ferguson, Andrus, Cox, Anderson, Bowen, Thatcher, Hyde, Worley, and Jarvis.
USU A-0685a. Student track athlete in a high jump contest, 1930s.
USU A-0685b. Student track athlete, ca. 1928.
USU A-0686. Students participating in an intramural boxing match, 1950s.
USU A-0687. Students participating in an intramural boxing match, 1950s.
USU A-0688. Heavyweight finals of an intramural boxing match: Remo Polidori, USAC Champion, and Dale Panter, Golden Gloves Champion, 1949. See also USU A-0691. See also Buzzer 1949, p. 261.
USU A-0689. Students participating in the intramural finals for boxing, 1949.
USU A-0690. Students participating in an intramural boxing match, 1950s.
USU A-0691. Exhibition at the finals of the 1949 Men's Intramural Boxing Tournament with Remo Polidori, top heavyweight champion at USAC, and Dale Panter, former Golden Gloves heavy weight champion, 1949. See also USU A-0688. See also Buzzer 1949, p. 261.
USU A-0692a. Students participating in an intramural wrestling match, 1950s.
USU A-0692b. Students participating in an intramural wrestling match, 1950s.
USU A-0693. Students participating in an intramural wrestling match, 1950s.
USU A-0694a. Students participating in an intramural wrestling match, 1950s.
USU A-0694b. Students participating in an intramural wrestling match, 1950s.
USU A-0695. Students participating in an intramural wrestling match, 1950s.
USU A-0696a. Students participating in an intramural wrestling match, 1950s.
USU A-0696b. Students participating in an intramural wrestling match, 1950s.
USU A-0697a. John Jenks, member of the 1967 wrestling team. See also Buzzer 1967, p. 265.
USU A-0697b. Students participating in an intramural wrestling match, 1950s.
USU A-0698a. Students participating in an intramural wrestling match, 1950s.
USU A-0698b. Students participating in an intramural wrestling match, 1950s.
USU A-0699a. Students participating in an intramural wrestling match, 1950s.
USU A-0699b. Students participating in an intramural wrestling match, 1950s.
USU A-0700. 1915 Baseball squad, including Coach C. T. Teetzel. The team included: Owen, Greener, Perkins, Mitchell, McDonald, Holmstead, Jones, Rowe (Capt.), Johnson, Tanner, Taylor, and Stott. Baseball Manager Lloyd Tuttle, Le Roy Tanner. See USU A-0701b, USU A-0701c. See Buzzer 1915, p. 91. See also Student Life Vol. 13, no. 27, April 9, 1915, p. 6.
USU A-0701a. 1915 Football team at practice. The team included D. Jones, Godbe (Captain), Williams, Griffin, Naylor, Doutre, Peterson, Snow, J. P. Jones, Owens, Rowe, and Walker. See also Buzzer 1915, p. 91.
USU A-0701b. 1915 Baseball team at practice. See also USU A-0700. See also Buzzer 1915, p. 91.
USU A-0701c. 1915 Baseball team. See also USU A-0700. See also Buzzer 1915, p. 91.
USU A-0701d. Pitcher of the 1915 baseball team. See also Buzzer 1915, p. 91.
USU A-0702a. "Veteran backstop, John Whatcott, stops fast ball as batter misses," 1957. See also Buzzer 1957, p. 294.
USU A-0702b. Lambda Delta Sigma softball, 1950s.
USU A-0702c. Baseball on the Quad, ca. 1930.
USU A-0702d. "Baseball mentor Ev Faunce talks over the situation with two of his team. Pitchers Ray Hlavaty and Jim Hill who will See action in upcoming ball games tell Ev that the old fast ball is working." See also Student Life Vol. 40 no. 21, March 19, 1953, p. 7.
USU A-0703. 1903 Baseball team: (First row) Thompson. (Second row, L to R) Hughes, Darley (Capt.), Poulsen, and Jones. (Third row, L to R) McClellan, Poulsen, Nebeker (Mgr.), Acuff, John L. Coburn, and Bankhead. See also Student Life June 1903, p. 164.
USU A-0704a. Lindquist, member of the 1917 football team. See also Buzzer 1917, p. 95.
USU A-0704b. Football team, possibly a freshman or intramural team, 1917. See also Buzzer 1917, p. 178.
USU A-0704c. "1919 Pigskinners," football team, possibly a sophomore team, 1917. See also Buzzer 1917, p. 180.
USU A-0705. Crowd in the stands at Romney Stadium for a football game, 1950s.
USU A-0706. Interior of Old Romney Stadium during a football game, including striped goal posts, 1930s.
USU A-0707. 1966 Football team and coaches: Line Coach George Galli, Vern Richev, Freshman Coach Norvel "Nog" Hansen, Tom Cruickshank, End Coach Ralph Maughan, Co-Captain Craig Murray, Head Coach Tony Knap, Co-Captain Ron Sbranti, Defensive Backfield Coach John Math, Rudy Curinga, Offensive Backfield Coach George Porter, Graduate Assistant Coach John Matthews, Graduate Assistant Coach Dave Nickel, Rich Borino, Don Holtry, Gene McKeehan, Tom Foster, Ken Ferguson, Ron Edwards, Jim LeMoine, Roy Shivers, Graduate Assistant Coach Chris Pella, Graduate Assistant Coach Veran Smith, Equipment Manager Mike Carlisle, Garth Hall, Ron Stewart, Marv Kendrick, Gerald Watson, John Pappas, Dave Clark, Duane Harter, Bob Severt, Eric Maughan, Bob Butcher, Dee Hadfield, Phil Toone, Bill Staley, Manager Butch Roberts, Spain Musgrove, Doug Gosnell, Larry Cusack, Don Norris, Joe Forzani, Boyd Wright, Mike Gold, Trevor Edkahl, Nick Lee, MacArthur Lane, Dewey Czupka, Lenard Hansen, Dick Ostergaard, Mike Lelis, Eric Church, Dennis Anderson, Al Vermeil, Jon Trebotich, Grant Martinsen, Ron Rodriquez, Mike Mattson, Ed Escandon, Tom Salzmann, Marty Nodilo, Jan Peterson, J. R. Christenson, Lance Gross, Henry King, Wayne Fritz, Ocie Austin, Willie Duersch, Willie Molini, and Manager Dick Weedig. See also Buzzer 1966, p. 94-201.
USU A-0708. Football team running out of the tunnel, 1960s.
USU A-0709. The raising of the flag at the opening of a football game in Romney Stadium, 1950s.
USU A-0710a. Coach Watson talking to his football team, 1917. See also Buzzer 1917, p. 97.
USU A-0710b. Football game, 1917. See also Buzzer 1917, p. 172.
USU A-0710c. Football game between the Aggies and Colorado, 1918. Stiefel is carrying the ball. See also Buzzer 1918, p. 70.
USU A-0710d. Football game between UAC and the Colorado Aggies, 1917. See also Buzzer 1917, p. 96.
USU A-0710e. Home Economics Club Football Rally, 1917. See also Buzzer 1917, p. 110.
USU A-0710f. Home Economics Club Football Rally, 1917. See also Buzzer 1917, p. 110.
USU A-0711a. Three members of the 1920 football team: Morrell, Sutton, and Gardner. See also Buzzer 1920, p. 175.
USU A-0711b. Three members of the 1920 football team: H. McDonald, Nagel, and Andrus. See also Buzzer 1920, p. 174.
USU A-0711c. Three members of the 1920 football team: J. McDonald, Campbell, and Anderson. See also Buzzer 1920, p. 175.
USU A-0712a. Two members of the 1920 football team: Worley and Owen. See also Buzzer 1920, p. 172.
USU A-0712b. Three members of the 1920 football team: Jorgensen, Hansen, and Bracken. See also Buzzer 1920, p. 174.
USU A-0712c. Three members of the 1920 football team: Hart, Anderson, and Maughn. See also Buzzer 1920, p. 173.
USU A-0713a. "The Kick-off," possibly Lewis kicking the ball, 1917. See also Buzzer 1917, p. 98.
USU A-0713b. " 'Hungry' Punts," football game, 1915. See also Buzzer 1915, p. 94.
USU A-0713c. Assistant Coach H. P. Christensen, 1915. See also Buzzer 1915, p. 76.
USU A-0713d. USU vs. BYU football, 1960s.
USU A-0714a. Football game, probably on Adams field, ca. 1920.
USU A-0714b. Agricultural College of Utah football team scrimmaging on the lawn west of Old Main, 1906. Edgar B. Brossard featured. See USU A-0005a. See also Student Life 1906, p. 83-85.
USU A-0714c. Football player Seth Maughan of Wellsville, Utah, 1941. He held the USU punting record, 1941-1975.
USU A-0714d. Joe Call, quarterback for the 1929-1930 USAC football team, 1930. See also Buzzer 1930, p. 142.
USU A-0714e. "Our point winner," member of the 1915 football team, possibly D. Jones. See also Buzzer 1915, p. 94.
USU A-0715a. Swimming class in the Logan Junior High School swimming pool, 1960s.
USU A-0715b. Students swimming in the Smart Gymnasium swimming pool, 1960s.
USU A-0715c. Students swimming in the Smart Gymnasium swimming pool, 1917.
USU A-0715d. Four female students make a swimming formation during women's intramurals in the Smart Gymnasium swimming pool, 1948. See also Buzzer 1948, p. 275.
USU A-0716. Students swimming in the Smart Gymnasium swimming pool, 1950s.
USU A-0717. Eighteen swim team members pose at the side of the pool, Smart Gymnasium, 1950s.
USU A-0718. Two students dive off of the side of the pool in the Smart Gymnasium, 1950s.
USU A-0719. 1952 WAA Swim Team: Carol Slater, Jean Reynolds, Lulu Wallace, Miley Fergus, and Palma Lundahl. See Buzzer 1952, p. 247. See also Student Life Vol. 39, no. 14, January 31, 1952, p. 7.
USU A-0720. Students swimming and sitting at the edge of the pool in the Smart Gymnasium, 1950s.
USU A-0721. "Donnel Stringham and Janice Spencer leave the [diving] board simultaneously," 1947. See also Buzzer 1947, p. 183.
USU A-0722. Two students dive off of the side of the pool in the Smart Gymnasium, 1950s.
USU A-0723. Five swim team members pose at the side of the pool, Smart Gymnasium, 1950s.
USU A-0724. Woman doing a handstand on a diving board at the swimming pool in the Smart Gymnasium, 1950s.
USU A-0725. Eleven swim team members pose at the side of the pool, Smart Gymnasium, 1950s.
USU A-0726. Students swimming and sitting at the edge of the pool in the Smart Gymnasium, 1950s.
USU A-0727. Sigma Alpha Epsilon snow sculpture of a hand holding a torch at the Winter Carnival, 1941-42. See Buzzer 1942, p. 217.
USU A-0728. Pi Kappa Alpha snow sculpture depicting the Axis leaders Tojo, Hitler, and Mussolini on the left and monkeys symbolizing See no evil, hear no evil, and speak no evil on the right. 1940s or 1950s.
USU A-0729. Snow sculptures on the Quad during the Winter Carnival. Photo taken from the roof of the Merrill Library* looking towards Old Main, winter 1953-54.
USU A-0730a. Snow sculpture on the Quad, Winter Carnival.
USU A-0730b. Snow sculpture created by A.S.C.E. at the Winter Carnival, 1954-55. See also Buzzer 1955, p. 234.
USU A-0730c. Snow sculpture of the Bear Lake Monster at the Winter Carnival.
USU A-0730d. Snow sculpture entitled "Pride," created by Pi Kappa Alpha, at the Winter Carnival.
USU A-0731a. Snow sculpture of the North Wind blowing, created by Sigma Kappa, at the Winter Carnival, 1950s.
USU A-0731b. Snow sculpture of a dog at the Winter Carnival, 1950s.
USU A-0732a. Snow sculpture of a ram, created by the Ag Club, at the Winter Carnival, 1950s.
USU A-0732b. Snow sculpture of a lion, entitled "Dandy-Lion," created by Chi Omega, at the Winter Carnival, 1950s.
USU A-0732c. Man standing next to a snow sculpture of a logger with an ax and a chopped down tree, probably done by the Forestry Club, at the Winter Carnival, 1950s.
USU A-0733a. Snow sculpture of Old Ephraim, created by the Lambda Delta Sigma men, at the Winter Carnival.
USU A-0733b. Snow sculpture created by Sigma Kappa, at the Winter Carnival, 1946-47. See also Buzzer 1947, p. 185. See also Student Life Vol. 34 no. 14, February 5, 1947, p. 4.
USU A-0734a. Snow sculpture at the Winter Carnival.
USU A-0734b. "The snowy native dancer made by the Lambda Delt girls earned a second place," sculpture in the Winter Carnival, 1953-54. See also Buzzer 1954, p. 214.
USU A-0734c. "This huge modernistic man brought first place honors," Sigma Chi sculpture entitled "Man with a Mandolin," Winter Carnival, 1953-54. See also Buzzer 1954, p. 214.
USU A-0735a. Snow sculpture at the Winter Carnival, 1950s.
USU A-0735b. Snow sculpture of a pig with a sign reading "Out to Lunch," at the Winter Carnival, 1950s.
USU A-0736. Snow sculpture of a man and woman dancing in evening clothes, Winter Carnival, 1941-42. Snow sculpture in background appears in the 1942 Buzzer, p. 205.
USU A-0737a. Snow sculpture in the Winter Carnival, 1954-55.
USU A-0737b. Snow sculpture entitled "The Boar Hunt" and created by Sigma Alpha Epsilon, in the Winter Carnival, 1954-55.
USU A-0737c. Snow sculptures on the Quad, ca. 1957.
USU A-0738a. Snow sculpture of Old Main sitting atop the Utah Beehive with the number "100" written on the side, Winter Carnival, 1947. Sculpture created by Sigma Phi Epsilon for the centennial year.
USU A-0738b. Snow sculpture of a man putting on ice skates, at the Winter Carnival.
USU A-0739. Five men examining a chart reading "Utah Farm Indebtedness and Farm Income, 1910-1948," ca. 1948.
USU A-0740a. Four men looking at a production flow chart, 1940s.
USU A-0740b. Six people in a room looking at various charts, one of which reads "Wholesale Price in the United States, 1770-1946," ca. 1946.
USU A-0741. Four men looking at a chart entitled "Money Supply and Production," ca. 1947.
USU A-0742. Large group of men gathered around tables in a room, late 1940s.
USU A-0743. Vernon L. Israelsen, Professor of Economics 1947-1963, teaching a class, 1950s.
USU A-0744. Women in a typing class, 1950s.
USU A-0745a. Woman in a typing class, 1950s.
USU A-0745b. Woman typing at a desk, 1950s.
USU A-0746a. Typing class for the School of Commerce, in Old Main, 1900s.
USU A-0746b. Typing class, 1940s.
USU A-0747a. Group of men at a Forestry Camp, posed outside of a large log building, 1940s.
USU A-0747b. Group of men dressed as trappers and posed outside of the Student Union Building*, 1960s
USU A-0748a. Surveying class at the Forestry Camp, Logan Canyon, 1960s.
USU A-0748b. Surveying class at the Forestry Camp, Logan Canyon, 1960s.
USU A-0749a. Forestry Camp, 1930s.
USU A-0749b. Two men in a canoe and one man standing on shore at a Forestry Camp, 1930s.
USU A-0750a. Two men in hard hats at a Forestry Camp, 1950s.
USU A-0750b. Two men at a Forestry Camp, 1950s.
USU A-0751. Surveying class at Forestry Camp, Logan Canyon, 1960s.
USU A-0752a. Large group of people with shovels climbing a hillside, 1950s.
USU A-0752b. Man surveying by a lake, 1950s.
USU A-0753a. Surveying class at Forestry Camp, Logan Canyon, 1960s.
USU A-0753b. Surveying class at Forestry Camp, Logan Canyon, 1960s.
USU A-0754. Instructor standing by a blackboard with the words "Utah Conservation Camp, Training in: Forestry, Range, and Wildlife, Camping, Fun, Log Sawing," written on it, 1950s.
USU A-0755a. Man measuring a tree, 1950s.
USU A-0755b. Group of men using instruments to take readings of a body of water, 1950s.
USU A-0755c. Group of men climbing a hillside with shovels, 1950s.
USU A-0756. MISSING.
USU A-0757a. Filming of a television program at the campus TV station, KUSU, 1960s.
USU A-0757b. Filming of a television program at the campus TV station, KUSU, 1960s.
USU A-0757c. Staff of the radio station looking at scripts before broadcast time: (L to R) Bill Angus, Paul Olson, Jeanne Winn, Jerry Allen, and Roy Allen. See also Buzzer 1958, p. 259.
USU A-0758a. Filming of a television program at the campus TV station, KUSU, 1960s.
USU A-0758b. Filming of a television program at the campus TV station, KUSU, with (L to R) Dr. Edwin L. Peterson, Sherman Lloyd (Congressman, R. - Utah), and Wendell R. Anderson, 1960s.
USU A-0759. Student staff of the radio station KVSC, including Lee Frischknecht, 1950s. Station probably located in Old Main.
USU A-0760. Students working in the College Bank, a mock bank at the School of Commerce, located on the third floor of Old Main, early 1900s.
USU A-0761. Students in a study hall of the School of Commerce, located on the third floor of Old Main, 1909.
USU A-0762. Students in the reading room, located on the second floor of the north wing of the Merrill Library*, 1903. See Student Life Vol. 1, January 1903, p. 60. See USU A-1359 and USU A-1428. See also P0014 7:171.
USU A-0763. Students in the accounting room, 1903.
USU A-0764. MISSING.
USU A-0765. Aerial view of campus featuring the McKay Living Center, the University Apartments (Triads), and the USU Trailer Court, 1963.
USU A-0766. Lounge in the east end of the Student Union Building*, 1950s.
USU A-0767. Man standing outside of screened porch attached to an old building with a sign reading, "Apples."
USU A-0768. Architectural drawing of a building.
USU A-0769. Barns, possibly poultry barns.
USU A-0770. Aerial view of campus looking east from above the Smart Gymnasium, September 4, 1935.
USU A-0771. Aerial view of campus looking west, September 4, 1935.
USU A-0772. Inside of a classroom, 1930s. The shelves on the wall are lined with ceramic masks.
USU A-0773. Shop machinery in a classroom, possibly in the Mechanic Arts Building.
USU A-0774. MISSING.
USU A-0775. Shop machinery in a classroom, possibly in the Mechanic Arts Building.
USU A-0776. Interior of a home.
USU A-0777. Large mechanical equipment inside of a building.
USU A-0778. Five men examining a large bone fragment, ca. 1950.
USU A-0779. Five men examining a large bone fragment, ca. 1950.
USU A-0780. Animal Industry Building, ca. 1920.
USU A-0781. MISSING.
USU A-0782a. Entrance gates to USU campus, located on the corner of 900 East St. and Highway 89, 1960s. The sign was removed in the summer of 1973 when the entrance was sealed off.
USU A-0782b. Entrance gate to USU campus located on the corner of 400 North St. and 700 East St, 1960s.
USU A-0783. Entrance gate to USU campus located on the corner of 400 North St. and 700 East St, 1960s.
USU A-0784. Opening Night at the Lyric Theatre, first production under University auspices was Hamlet, Monday, April 3, 1961, 8:15 p.m. See also Buzzer 1961, p. 66-7. See also USU Staff News vol. 1, no. 38, March 31, 1961, and vol. 1, no. 30, March 31, 1961 Special Edition.
USU A-0785. Sculpture entitled "Cache Valley's First Train," created by Delta Phi for the Winter Carnival, 1956. See Buzzer 1956, p. 230.
USU A-0786. Intramural boxing match, 1950s.
USU A-0787. MISSING.
USU A-0788. MISSING.
USU A-0789a. Man feeding a deer through a fence, 1950s.
USU A-0789b. Ducks swimming on a pond.
USU A-0789c. Deer eating on a snowy field.
USU A-0790a. View of campus from the roof of the Domestic Science Building, featuring Old Main, the Experiment Station, President's Residence*, and Smart Gymnasium, 1920s.
USU A-0790b. View of campus from the roof of the University Annex*, featuring Old Main, the Experiment Station, and the President's Residence*, 1905.
USU A-0791. MISSING.
USU A-0792a. Science lab area, baking ovens or assaying room, early 1900s. See also 1:13:06, 1:16:10, and 8:128.
USU A-0792b. Equipment in a room, used to load burlap bags.
USU A-0793a. Students dressed in black face for a minstrel show, ca. 1904.
USU A-0793b. Students dressed in black face for a minstrel show, ca. 1904.
USU A-0794a. Large group gathered outside of the west tower of Old Main, ca. 1910.
USU A-0794b. View of the south wing of Old Main and the Mechanic Arts Building.
USU A-0795a. Band playing on stage with a man standing next to a file cabinet marked "Jokes File" and six drawers labeled "Tested," "Stolen Gags," "Faculty & Obsolete," "Clean Quips," "Dirty," and "Ditto." The last two drawers are boarded up, 1950s.
USU A-0795b. USAC Band, 1952.
USU A-0796. Women's dormitories along the south side of campus, ca. 1960.
USU A-0797. Bullen Hall, finished for occupancy in 1959.
USU A-0798a. Moen, Greaves, and Reeder Halls, women's dormitories, 1959. See also USU A-0105.
USU A-0798b. Greaves and Reeder Halls, women's dormitories, 1959.
USU A-0798c. Moen, Greaves, Reeder, and Merrill Halls, women's dormitories, 1959. See also USU A-0175.
USU A-0799a. Dedication of training quarters at Romney Stadium, Tuesday, December 16, 1937. W.P.A. project 165-01-3000. The rooms in the entrance were used for athlete housing, then called the Stadium Apartments, until 1966 when the student athletes moved to Lund Hall.
USU A-0799b. Dedication of training quarters at Romney Stadium, Tuesday, December 16, 1937.
USU A-0800. Entrance and training quarters of Romney Stadium, 1937. The rooms in the entrance were used for athlete housing, then called the Stadium Apartments, until 1966 when the student athletes moved to Lund Hall.
USU A-0801a. Forest Research Laboratory, 1964.
USU A-0801b. View of Logan and Holy Trinity Lutheran Church looking southwest from the President's Garden, 1967.
USU A-0802a. View of Old Main and the President's Residence*.
USU A-0802b. View of Old Main and the Mechanic Arts Building.
USU A-0803a. Animal Industry Building, 1918.
USU A-0803b. Plant Industry Building, 1921.
USU A-0804a. Radio TV Building, constructed in 1941 as the training base for Naval radio and communication personnel during World War II. It was remodeled in the 1950s as station KVSC-FM (later KUSU-FM) and Channel 12 TV.
USU A-0804b. Radio TV Building, 1940s.
USU A-0805a. Dairy judging contest in the Judging Paddock on the north side of campus, 1940s. View shows the paddock, barns, and Fieldhouse from the southeast.
USU A-0805b. View of campus from the northeast showing the Mechanic Arts Building, Old Main, the Model Barn, Widstoe Hall, Judging Pavilion, Smart Gymnasium, and the University Annex*.
USU A-0805c. Dairy judging contest in the Judging Paddock on the north side of campus, 1940s. View shows Old Main and Widstoe Hall from the northeast. It also depicts the veterinary hospital, which was moved from its original location at the Plant Industry Building in 1918. See also P0017 5:15 and 5:16.
USU A-0805d. Dairy judging contest in the Judging Paddock on the north side of campus, 1940s. View shows the paddock, barns, and newly completed Military Science Building from the south. Photo probably taken from the roof of the Animal Science Building.
USU A-0806a. View of campus looking north showing the University Annex*, Heating Plant, and Smart Gymnasium, winter 1920s.
USU A-0806b. View of campus looking north showing the Smart Gymnasium and the smoke stack above the heating plant, 1920s.
USU A-0807. Quarter Centennial Pageant, marking the establishment of the Agricultural College of Utah, June 5, 1915. See Sara Huntsman, Historical Pageant (Logan, 1915), University Archives 10.7/2-1.
USU A-0808a. Quarter Centennial Pageant, marking the establishment of the Agricultural College of Utah, June 5, 1915. See Sara Huntsman, Historical Pageant (Logan, 1915), University Archives 10.7/2-1.
USU A-0808b. Quarter Centennial Pageant, marking the establishment of the Agricultural College of Utah, June 5, 1915. Scene 4 from Episode, first UAC barbecue, 1905, p. 23. See Sara Huntsman, Historical Pageant (Logan, 1915), University Archives 10.7/2-1.
USU A-0809a. Quarter Centennial Pageant, marking the establishment of the Agricultural College of Utah, June 5, 1915. See Sara Huntsman, Historical Pageant (Logan, 1915), University Archives 10.7/2-1.
USU A-0809b. Quarter Centennial Pageant, marking the establishment of the Agricultural College of Utah, June 5, 1915. See Sara Huntsman, Historical Pageant (Logan, 1915), University Archives 10.7/2-1.
USU A-0810a. Quarter Centennial Pageant, marking the establishment of the Agricultural College of Utah, June 5, 1915. See Sara Huntsman, Historical Pageant (Logan, 1915), University Archives 10.7/2-1.
USU A-0810b. Quarter Centennial Pageant, marking the establishment of the Agricultural College of Utah, June 5, 1915. See Sara Huntsman, Historical Pageant (Logan, 1915), University Archives 10.7/2-1.
USU A-0811a. Quarter Centennial Pageant, marking the establishment of the Agricultural College of Utah, June 5, 1915. See Sara Huntsman, Historical Pageant (Logan, 1915), University Archives 10.7/2-1.
USU A-0811b. Quarter Centennial Pageant, marking the establishment of the Agricultural College of Utah, June 5, 1915. See Sara Huntsman, Historical Pageant (Logan, 1915), University Archives 10.7/2-1.
USU A-0812a. Quarter Centennial Pageant, marking the establishment of the Agricultural College of Utah, June 5, 1915. See Sara Huntsman, Historical Pageant (Logan, 1915), University Archives 10.7/2-1.
USU A-0812b. Quarter Centennial Pageant, marking the establishment of the Agricultural College of Utah, June 5, 1915. See Sara Huntsman, Historical Pageant (Logan, 1915), University Archives 10.7/2-1.
USU A-0813. University President Daryl Chase and his wife Alice sitting at a banquet table with four other people, 1960s.
USU A-0814. Man looking at theses and dissertations written by Iranian graduate students from 1951-64, 1960s.
USU A-0815. University President Daryl Chase speaking to a large group of people gathered at banquet tables, 1960s.
USU A-0816. Man looking at Middle Eastern, possibly Iranian, artifacts, 1960s.
USU A-0817. Group of fourteen men, including former USAC President E. G. Peterson, seated and standing behind a long table, 1950s. Possibly a group photo of the University Board of Trustees or the University Faculty Board.
USU A-0818. Thorpe Beal Isaacson, 1898-1970, Chairman of the Board of Trustees, 1950s.
USU A-0819. Man handing a piece of paper reading "At Utah State, October 29" to another man.
USU A-0820. Reed Bullen and Thorpe Beal Isaacson.
USU A-0821. 1942 Board of Trustees posed on the west steps of Old Main: (front row, L to R) Olaf Nelson, Hyrum Blackhurst, C. G. Adney, Minnie W. Miller, Ray E. Dillman, and Fred M. Nye. (back row, L to R) E. H. Street, E. E. Monson, Leon Fonnesbeck, Charles Redd, James S. Preswick, and Henry Peterson.
USU A-0822. 1941 Board of Trustees posed on the west steps of Old Main: (front row, L to R) Olaf Nelson, Joseph B. White, C. G. Adney, Frederick P. Champ, Mrs. Joseph Jenson, and Minnie W. Miller. (back row, L to R) George Q. Spencer, E. G. Peterson, E. E. Monson, M. J. Urie, and Russell E. Berntson. (2 copies.)
USU A-0823. MISSING.
USU A-0824. Frederick Percival Champ, 1896-1876, Chairman of the Board of Trustees.
USU A-0825a. Governor George Dewey Clyde, after receiving an honorary degree during Commencement, 1957.
USU A-0825b. Governor George Dewey Clyde.
USU A-0826a. Alma Sonne, president of the Board of Trustees, posed for a photo with his wife and two other couples.
USU A-0826b. Members of the Board of Trustees, 1961: (L to R) L. Mark Neuberger, Joseph F. Cowley, Phillip A. Bullen, R. J. Potter, O.C. Hammond, Lamont F. Toronto, Board President Alma Sonne, Fern B. Ercanbrack, Eve. S. Ashton, Ralph S. Blackham, Reed W. Farnsworth, David W. Evans, Henry R. Hurren, Newell V. Sanders, and Joseph Rosenblatt. See also Buzzer 1961, p. 10.
USU A-0827a. Governor George Dewey Clyde signing the legislative act changing the name of Utah State Agricultural College to Utah State University at the Nelson Fieldhouse, March 8, 1957. Also pictured standing behind Governor Clyde are former USAC President E. G. Peterson, University President Daryl Chase, and four other men. See also Buzzer 1957, p. 226. See also USU A-0827b, USU A-0912a, USU A-0912b, and USU A-0934.
USU A-0827b. Governor George Dewey Clyde signing the legislative act changing the name of Utah State Agricultural College to Utah State University at the Nelson Fieldhouse, March 8, 1957. Also pictured standing behind Governor Clyde are former USAC President E. G. Peterson, University President Daryl Chase, and four other men. See also Buzzer 1957, p. 226. See also USU A-0827a, USU A-0912a, USU A-0912b, and USU A-0934.
USU A-0828. Loan desk and interior of Merrill Library*, 1930s.
USU A-0829. Library storage area in the attic of the Plant Industry Building, 1950s.
USU A-0830a. Interior view of the Merrill Library* reading room, 1930s.
USU A-0830b. Interior view of the Merrill Library* reading room, 1930s.
USU A-0831a. Check out stand and loan desk in the Merrill Library*, spring 1964. Punch card check out system installed between turnstiles.
USU A-0831b. Atrium of the Merrill Library*, 1968. Punch card check out system removed to behind the loan desk and search station installed at turnstiles.
USU A-0832a. Auxiliary Library, located in the basement of the Student Union Building*, 1960s. All branch libraries eliminated and books consolidated in the finished 2 floors of the Merrill Library* in 1963.
USU A-0832b. North end of the Current Periodicals reading room on the first floor of the Merrill Library*, 1961.
USU A-0832c. Storage shelving in the attic of the Plant Industry Building. The collection was moved to the basement of the Student Union Building* as the Auxiliary Library, ca. 1960. All branch libraries eliminated and books consolidated in the finished 2 floors of the Merrill Library* in 1963.
USU A-0833a. Main entrance to the Merrill Library* on the north side of the building, 1930s.
USU A-0833b. Loan desk of the Merrill Library*, 1930s. Range of books directly behind the desk is the reserve book collection for that quarter.
USU A-0833c. Reading room in the Merrill Library*, looking north, 1930s.
USU A-0834. Reading room in the Merrill Library*, looking south from the Reference Area, 1940s.
USU A-0835a. T. C. Yao-Chem cooperates with entomologists, 1950s.
USU A-0835b. Earl J. Taylor, Stafford, Arizona, 1950s.
USU A-0836. Gerald L. Dean, graduate student in Entomology, looking at insects through a microscope, 1950s.
USU A-0837a. Walter H. Wilde, graduate student in Entomology, demonstrates to Dr. G. F. Knowlton the leaf hopper cage which he recently developed, 1950s. This cage was especially designed for investigating the role played by disease-transmitting leaf hopper which attack stone fruit trees.
USU A-0837b. Dr. G. F. Knowlton holding a hive, 1950s.
USU A-0838. Man examining insects, 1960s.
USU A-0839. Student pointing out insects mounted on a board to a group of men, 1950s.
USU A-0840. Wilford J. Hansen, research assistant in Entomology, compiling records of the various celery field insect pests of 1952.
USU A-0841. USAC students Gerald L. Dean of Ogden and Fern Hansen of Redmond, Utah, who were assisting Dr. G. F. Knowlton and federal entomologist H. E. Dorst with a study of the insects which are injurious to celery in Utah, 1950s.
USU A-0842. Ervin Kardos, Entomology student from New York, working with Dr. G. F. Knowlton, a research professor of Entomology, on a Utah Agricultural Experiment Station investigation of mites affecting Utah trees and shrubs. Heat of the funnel light is used to drive the mites from the vegetation into the small containers of preservation located at the bottom of the funnel, 1950s.
USU A-0843. Takeshi Miura, a student from Hirshiia, Japan, studying Entomology, 1950s. Here he looks over one group of injurious forest and shade tree beetles with Dr. G. F. Knowlton, Professor of Entomology at the college.
USU A-0844. Federal entomologists, W. E. Peay and H. E. Dors, discuss with Dr. G. F. Knowlton leaflets on entomology being published by USAC Extension Service, 1950s.
USU A-0845. Dr. George F. Knowlton, at the USAC Agricultural Experiment Station, holding up two drawings of pea aphids, a common pest of pea, alfalfa and of certain clovers, 1950s. Aphids spread virus diseases to celery, potatoes, beans, and various other farm crops. These tiny pests were investigated by Dr. George F. Knowlton for a number of years. He spent many years in research, teaching, and extension activities dealing with the insect pests of crops and livestock in the Intermountain area.
USU A-0846. Shop bench in Old Main with blacksmithing tools and student projects, ca. 1895. A metal shop was located in the south wing of the basement of Old Main. Photo used to illustrate the 1894-95 catalog. Photo by D. Lewis of Logan, Utah, photographer.
USU A-0847. Interior view of the Assaying room in the south wing of the basement of Old Main, ca. 1895. Photo used to illustrate the 1894-95 Catalog. Photo by D. Lewis of Logan, Utah.
USU A-0848. MISSING.
USU A-0849. Interior view of the Assaying room in the south wing of the basement of Old Main, ca. 1895. Photo used to illustrate the 1894-95 Catalog. Photo by D. Lewis of Logan, Utah.
USU A-0850. Museum located at the east end of the third floor of Old Main, 1893. In 1975, this area was occupied by the History Department. Photo used to illustrate the 1894-95 catalog.
USU A-0851. One of the five dairy rooms, located in the east end basement of the center section of Old Main, 1893. Photo used to illustrate the 1894-95 catalog.
USU A-0852. MISSING.
USU A-0853. Architectural drawing of the LDS stake building, known colloquially as the "Golden Toaster," built in 1962.
USU A-0854. Gymnasium located on the third floor in the north wing (?) of Old Main, ca. 1895. The gymnasium was used until 1910 when the Smart Gymnasium was built. Photo used to illustrate the 1894-95 catalog.
USU A-0855. Interior view of the wood shop located in the west end of the north wing basement in Old Main, 1893. The door in the center of the photo opened into a store room under the north tower. In 1975, this area was occupied by Main rm. 2 "Testing and Counseling."
USU A-0856. MISSING.
USU A-0857. Physics lecture room in Old Main, 1893. Photo used to illustrate the 1894-95 catalog.
USU A-0858. MISSING.
USU A-0859. Chemistry room in Old Main, 1893. Photo used to illustrate the 1894-95 catalog. Photo by D. Lewis of Logan, Utah.
USU A-0860. Companies A and B of the Military Cadet Corp with the College Band in formation on the stage of the chapel in the south wing of Old Main, ca. 1894.
USU A-0861. Companies A and B of the Military Cadet Corp with the College Band in formation on the stage of the chapel in the south wing of Old Main, ca. 1894.
USU A-0862. Group of men talking to one another, including Thorpe Beal Isaacson, Chairman of the Board of Trustees, 1950s.
USU A-0863. MISSING.
USU A-0864. J. Morris Godfrey.
USU A-0865. Two women sitting in the ticket office of the Lyric Theatre on its opening night under USU auspices, Monday, April 3, 1961. The play being performed was "Hamlet." See also Buzzer 1961, p. 66-7. See also USU Staff News v. 1, no. 38, March 31, 1961 and v. 1, no. 38, March 31, 1961 Special Edition, for further information.
USU A-0866. Lyric Theatre on its opening night under USU auspices, Monday, April 3, 1961. The play being performed was "Hamlet." See also Buzzer 1961, p. 66-7. See also USU Staff News v. 1, no. 38, March 31, 1961 and v. 1, no. 38, March 31, 1961 Special Edition, for further information.
USU A-0867a. Opening of the cornerstone on the south wing of Old Main for the Semi-Centennial Celebration of the College, March 8, 1938 at 12:15pm. The man holding his hand to his ear is John T. Cain, Jr.
USU A-0867b. Opening of the cornerstone on the south wing of Old Main for the Semi-Centennial Celebration of the College, March 8, 1938 at 12:15pm. Pictured are Chairman Frederick P. Champ holding his glasses, Governor Blood, and E.G. Peterson.
USU A-0868. Opening of the cornerstone on the south wing of Old Main for the Semi-Centennial Celebration of the College, March 8, 1938 at 12:15pm. Man extracting document and items from the cornerstone. A list of the contents of the cornerstone is available in USAC Semi Centennial 1938, under the archival call no. 10.7/3.
USU A-0869a. Man speaks at a hearing while another man listens and a woman takes notes, 1963.
USU A-0869b. Man reading off of a piece of paper at a hearing, 1963.
USU A-0870. A male and female student on the grounds crew work in front of the library, 1950s.
USU A-0871. Group of men seated at banquet tables in a large room. Included in the photo are Dr. J. H. Budge, Charles Tate, Daryl Chase, Howard Maughan, and Fred Sorensen.
USU A-0872a. Meat experiment in a nutrition class with Ethelwyn B. Wilcox, Professor of Nutrition and Food Sciences, as the instructor, 1960s.
USU A-0872b. Psychology class with Heber C. Sharp, Professor of Psychology, as the instructor, 1960s.
USU A-0873. MISSING.
USU A-0874a. Three men working in the USAC Creamery.
USU A-0875b. Science class with students using microscopes for their experiments.
USU A-0875. Electron microscope before modification, 1950. See USU A-0876.
USU A-0876a. Man using an electron microscope, 1950s. See USU A-0875.
USU A-0876b. Dr. George W. Cochran using an electron microscope, 1949. See USU A-0875. See also Buzzer 1949, p. 225.
USU A-0877a. Laboratory in an Experiment Station, 1890s.
USU A-0877b. Laboratory in an Experiment Station, 1890s.
USU A-0878. Laboratory in an Experiment Station, 1890s.
USU A-0879a. Laboratory in an Experiment Station, 1890s.
USU A-0879b. Laboratory in an Experiment Station, 1890s.
USU A-0880a. People looking through microscopes in a lab, 1930s. See USU A-0882a.
USU A-0880b. Man looking through a microscope in a lab, 1930s.
USU A-0881a. Three students pouring liquid from one vial to another in a science class, 1950s.
USU A-0881b. Two students conducting experiments in a lab, 1950s.
USU A-0882a. People looking through microscopes in a lab, 1930s. See USU A-0880a.
USU A-0882b. A female and two male students working in a lab, 1930s.
USU A-0883a. Students in a lab posing for a photo, 1940s.
USU A-0883b. Students working in a lab, 1940s.
USU A-0884a. Laboratory from USU A-0882b, without any students.
USU A-0884b. Students working in a lab, 1930s.
USU A-0885a. Students working in a Chemistry lab located on the third floor of Old Main, ca. 1910.
USU A-0885b. Man looking at two large vials in a Chemistry lab, ca. 1910.
USU A-0886. MISSING.
USU A-0887. Students working in a laboratory, 1950s.
USU A-0888. Whitney Smith, Professor of Bacteriology, teaching a class, 1950s.
USU A-0889. Two men standing in a room with a radio microphone, late 1950s.
USU A-0890. Chemistry laboratory located on the third floor of Old Main, ca. 1903.
USU A-0891. Man looking at slides through a microscope.
USU A-0892. Student and instructor looking at an experiment, 1950s.
USU A-0893. Two students conducting an experiment, one looking through a microscope, 1950s.
USU A-0894. Man dressed up in 19th century (probably Civil War) regalia.
USU A-0895. Man reading a chart being graphed out by a machine, late 1950s.
USU A-0896. Man putting liquid into a vial.
USU A-0897. Man, same as USU A-0896, checking on a substance kept in a temperature controlled device.
USU A-0898. Man pointing out a substance in a vial to another man, 1950s.
USU A-0899. Dr. Israelsen talking to another man in a lab, ca. 1960.
USU A-0900. John W. Cary, a graduate student in Soil Physics, measuring plant or soil water potential, ca. 1960s.
USU A-0901. MISSING.
USU A-0902. Franklin S. Harris, seventh president of the college, 1945-1950, with Dean Carlton F. Culmsee, late 1940s.
USU A-0903a. R. H. Walker, Dean of Agriculture, with Wayne Ringer, L. R. Humphreys, and another man, 1950s.
USU A-0903b. Reed Bullen and Thorpe B. Isaacson, 1950s.
USU A-0903c. V. D. Gardner, Professor of Statistics with two students, 1950s.
USU A-0904a. William Jasper Kerr, fourth president of the college from 1900-1907.
USU A-0904b. John Andreas Widstoe, fifth president of the college from 1907-1916.
USU A-0905. MISSING.
USU A-0906a. University President Daryl Chase and L. Mark Neuberger, Dean of Admissions and Records.
USU A-0906b. Reverend Robert J. Dwyer, Baccalaureate speaker at the 1969 Commencement, with President Daryl Chase and Msgr. Jerome Steffel.
USU A-0906c. University President Daryl Chase examining rare illuminated manuscripts. Also pictured are Jessie Larson, Harrison Groutage, and H. R. Reynolds.
USU A-0907a. Daryl Chase, tenth president of the university from 1954-1968, seated at a desk.
USU A-0907b. 1950 Athletic Council: (seated from L to R) H. B. Hunsaker, G. B. Caine, Daryl Chase, King Hendricks, and Joe Whitesides. (Standing from L to R) Glen Blazer, Eugene Hansen, E. W. Timberlake, Harv Murdock, Conely Watts, and Silvan Erickson. See also Buzzer 1950, p. 32.
USU A-0907c. University President Daryl Chase inspecting the University switchboard, 1960s.
USU A-0907d. University President Daryl Chase and Alma Sonne, a member of the Board of Trustees inspecting a painting, 1960s.
USU A-0908a. Man handing a piece of paper, possibly a check, to USAC President Louis L. Madsen.
USU A-0908b. USAC President Louis L. Madsen, president from 1950-1953.
USU A-0908c. Group of couples in evening dress, including Thorpe B. Isaacson, Herschel Bullen, Helen Bullen, Virginia Preston, George Preston, Edith Madsen, and USAC President Louis Madsen.
USU A-0909. Group of five men and one woman gathered around a desk, 1940s.
USU A-0910a. University President Henry Aldous Dixon with three other men (two of whom are officers) in front of an airplane, 1950s.
USU A-0910b. Groundbreaking ceremonies for Utah State University's new Agricultural Science Building. Pictured are: (standing from L to R) R. J. Potter, Elder Matthew Cowley, Reed Bullen, University President Henry Aldous Dixon, Dr. R. O. Porter, Charles R. Hunter, and Lamont F. Toronto.
USU A-0910c. Man, possibly University President Henry Dixon, displaying a string of fish he caught.
USU A-0911a. University President E. G. Peterson with three other men standing behind a piano, 1960s.
USU A-0911b. Group of men, including University President E. G. Peterson, posed outside, possibly in the area of where Merrill Library* stands, 1920s.
USU A-0911c. "The kind of welcome that the President of the U.A.C. extends to every citizen of the state Seeking knowledge. Even the Practice House Baby welcomes them." University President E. G. Peterson shaking hands with a man on the steps of a building. A young baby girl is pictured seated on the topmost step, ca. 1921. See also Student Life Vol. 5, No. 2, January 28, 1921.
USU A-0912a. Governor George Dewey Clyde signing the legislative act changing the name of Utah State Agricultural College to Utah State University at the Nelson Fieldhouse, March 8, 1957. Also pictured standing behind Governor Clyde are former USAC President E. G. Peterson, University President Daryl Chase, and four other men. See also Buzzer 1957, p. 226. See also USU A-0827a, USU A-0827b, USU A-0912b, and USU A-0934.
USU A-0912b. Former USAC President E. G. Peterson, University President Daryl Chase, and four other men at the event changing the name of Utah State Agricultural College to Utah State University in the Nelson Fieldhouse, March 8, 1957. See also Buzzer 1957, p. 226. See also USU A-0827a, USU A-0827b, USU A-0912a, and USU A-0934.
USU A-0913a. USAC President E. G. Peterson and L. Mark Neuberger.
USU A-0913b. University President Daryl Chase, Charles Olsen, former USAC President E. G. Peterson, and three other men.
USU A-0913c. USAC President E. G. Peterson speaking at a podium.
USU A-0914a. Glen L. Taggart, eleventh president of the university from 1968-1979, with Robert P. Collier, Dean of the College of Business, and Senator Frank E. Moss (D. - Utah), late 1960s.
USU A-0914b. University President Glen L. Taggart with his wife Phyllis in the President's house, 1960s.
USU A-0914c. University President Glen L. Taggart, late 1960s.
USU A-0915a. University President Daryl Chase, inspecting the Thiokol Trackmaster, late 1950s.
USU A-0915b. Portrait of Daryl Chase, tenth president of the university from 1954-1968.
USU A-0915c. University President Daryl Chase with former USAC President E. G. Peterson, inspecting the Thiokol Trackmaster, late 1950s.
USU A-0916a. University President Daryl Chase with former USAC President E. G. Peterson and two other men, 1950s.
USU A-0916b. USAC President E. G. Peterson with his wife Phoebe at a dinner.
USU A-0917a. USAC President E. G. Peterson at his desk working, 1940s.
USU A-0917b. Portrait of USAC President E. G. Peterson.
USU A-0918a. Arlene Taylor, candidate for Miss Utah, with University President Daryl Chase, Patti Smith, and Helen Daines, 1956. See also USU A-0414a.
USU A-0918b. University President Daryl Chase and Mark Neuberger showing the new seal when Utah State became a university, 1957.
USU A-0919. A. B. Malony and another man seated at a table, 1960s.
USU A-0920. Group of people, possibly the Board of Trustees, wearing an "A" pinned to their lapels, surrounding a microphone, 1940s.
USU A-0921. USAC President Louis Madsen, his wife Edith, Gary Theurer, and another man and woman, probably student body officers, standing in front of a curtain, 1950. See also Student Life Vol. 38, no. 5, November 3, 1950, p. 2.
USU A-0922. Two men shaking hands, one is possibly USAC President Louis Madsen, early 1950s.
USU A-0923. USAC President Franklin S. Harris with two women, one of whom is signing a piece of paper, 1940s.
USU A-0924. Rutger Walker, Dean of the College of Agriculture with USAC President Franklin S. Harris and another man, possibly the Iranian Minister of Agriculture, ca. 1950. Photo taken by Rulon Rasmussen Sears in Logan.
USU A-0925. USAC President Franklin S. Harris with a group of seven men.
USU A-0926. Franklin S. Harris, USAC President from 1945-1950, standing with his hand held out, 1940s.
USU A-0927. Governor and Mrs. Maw standing with USAC President Franklin S. Harris and his wife Estelle in a receiving line at a ball in the Eccles Hotel, 1947.
USU A-0928. Guests at the Semi-Centennial Celebration leaving Old Main en route to a special stand for the opening of the cornerstone, March 3, 1938. E. G. Peterson pictured.
USU A-0929. USAC President Louis L. Madsen standing with a microphone in his hands and two men on their side of him, 1950s.
USU A-0930. USAC President Franklin S. Harris seated at his desk with a young man and woman on either side of him, 1940s.
USU A-0931. Three men dishing up ice cream, 1950s.
USU A-0932. Portrait of Franklin S. Harris, seventh president of USAC from 1945-1950. (Color print.)
USU A-0933. Carl O. Frischknecht, Director of the Extension Service, with USAC President Louis L. Madsen, and Dee Broadbent, Director of the Experiment Station, 1950s.
USU A-0934. Governor George Dewey Clyde signing the legislative act changing the name of Utah State Agricultural College to Utah State University at the Nelson Fieldhouse, March 8, 1957. Also pictured standing behind Governor Clyde are former USAC President E. G. Peterson, University President Daryl Chase, and three other men. See also Buzzer 1957, p. 226. See also USU A-0827a, USU A-0827b, USU A-0912a, and USU A-0912b.
USU A-0935. Sketch of the eight presidents of Utah State Agricultural College: Jeremiah W. Sanborn, 1890-1894; Joshua H. Paul, 1894-1896; Joseph M. Tanner, 1896-1900; William J. Kerr, 1900-1907; John A. Widstoe, 1907-1916; Elmer G. Peterson, 1916-1945; Franklin S. Harris, 1945-1950, and Louis L. Madsen featured in the Center, 1950. Featured in the inaugural edition of the Student Life Vol. 38, no. 5, November 3, 1950, p. 3.
USU A-0936. Former USAC President E. G. Peterson and University President Daryl Chase with another man going over architectural sketches and floor plans, 1960s.
USU A-0937. Wallace Vickers, Professor of English with USAC President Louis L. Madsen and another man, ca. 1953.
USU A-0938. USAC President Louis L. Madsen seated at table and looking through a magazine or brochure with a man and woman, 1950s.
USU A-0939. USAC President Louis L. Madsen looking at a yearbook with two other men, possibly students on the yearbook staff, 1950s.
USU A-0940. Portrait of Franklin S. Harris, seventh USAC President, 1945-1950.
USU A-0941. USAC President Louis L. Madsen standing with six other men, 1950s.
USU A-0942. Group of twelve men standing outside, ca. 1915.
USU A-0943. USAC President Franklin S. Harris and his wife Estelle Harris holding an old book, ca. 1948.
USU A-0944a. USAC President Franklin S. Harris, late 1940s.
USU A-0944b. USAC President Franklin S. Harris with two students, late 1940s.
USU A-0945. USAC President E. G. Peterson receiving a check from one of three other men in the photograph, 1930s.
USU A-0946. USAC President Henry Aldous Dixon receiving three scholarships from the Rotary Club. Also pictured in the photograph are Professor H. B. Hunsaker and Dr. E. G. Peterson, former USAC President and current president of the Rotary (at the time of the photograph), 1953.
USU A-0947. Group of men wearing ribbons on their jacket lapels and seated at a table eating, ca. 1915. E. G. Peterson possibly the man at the end of the table on the right.
USU A-0948. University President Glen L. Taggart and Bolivian President Rene Barrientos in the President's office, July 7, 1968.
USU A-0949. MISSING.
USU A-0950. University President Daryl Chase with Mary, Eleanor, Elouise, David C., and Wallace Peterson, 1950s.
USU A-0951. Members of the Graduate Council: J. Stewart Williams, George D. Clyde, and Louis L. Madsen, early 1950s.
USU A-0952. University President Daryl Chase and former USAC President E. G. Peterson inspecting the Thiokol Trackmaster, late 1950s.
USU A-0953. Henry Aldous Dixon, ninth president of the University from 1953-54, walking on the lawn in front of Old Main, early 1950s.
USU A-0954. USAC President Henry Aldous Dixon with his wife Lucile Dixon, early 1950s.
USU A-0955. Board of Trustees President Thorpe B. Isaacson with his wife Lula Isaacson, and USAC President Henry Aldous Dixon with his wife Lucile Dixon standing on the lawn outside of Old Main, 1953.
USU A-0956. USAC President Henry Aldous Dixon and Dr. C. Jay Skidmore, acting Dean of Students, accepting a check for three $100 scholarships from President Blaine W. Hancey and Dr. W. Ezra Cragun of the Logan Kiwanis Club, 1953.
USU A-0957. USAC President Henry Aldous Dixon, Professor J. E. Christiansen, Dean of Engineering and Technology, and Professor Frederick Preator, head of the Tool Engineering Department, receiving $1,000 in scholarships for tool engineering students, 1954.
USU A-0958. Ringing of the chimes in Old Main Tower by Steve Tillet, while USAC President Louis L. Madsen looks on, early 1950s.
USU A-0959. USAC President Louis L. Madsen in academic robes in his living room with his family, 1950s.
USU A-0960a. Loan desk in the library, 1950s. Library photo taken to illustrate the need for a new library building.
USU A-0960b. Auxiliary Library, featuring the book storage in the basement of the Student Union Building* were it was moved to from the Plant Industry Building in 1958. Library photo taken to illustrate the need for a new library building.
USU A-0960c. Loan desk and card catalog. The Library ran on a closed stack basis with pages from the Main desk. Library photo taken to illustrate the need for a new library building.
USU A-0960d. Serials department, located in the south end of the library. Library photo taken to illustrate the need for a new library building.
USU A-0960e. Acquisitions, located in the south end of the library where Special Collections is now (2003) located. Seated at the right is Mrs. Helen Harmon, the Acquisitions Librarian.
USU A-0961a. Dr. Joel Edwards Ricks, member of the USU History Department, 1960s.
USU A-0961b. Seminar conducted by Professor Blythe Ahlstrom, Ricks Seminar Room in the History Department, located on the east side of the third floor of Old Main, 1960s.
USU A-0961c. History seminar conducted in the Hatch Room in the Merrill Library*, featuring Jay Lee Rasmussen, Dr. J. Duncan Brite, Larry V. Bishop, Mary Ann Savage, Paul Nye and an unidentified student. Photo taken in 1965 to illustrate a flier announcing fellowships in History at USU.
USU A-0962. Utah Water Research Lab under construction, 1964.
USU A-0963. Sewing class conducted by Verna Pearl Bowman at the Branch Normal School in Cedar City, Utah, 1908-09. See also The UAC Graduate, p. 42.
USU A-0964. Machinery in a building, possibly dairy machinery.
USU A-0965. Group of eight young woman posed in dresses and hats, possibly a sorority portrait, ca. 1925.
USU A-0966. Members and families of the 1917 Benedict organization, including William Williams, L. B. Harmon, A. E. Blackner, Mrs. Farnsworth, Chase Kearl, Mrs. Sorenson, and Mrs. Merrill, 1917. See also Buzzer 1917, p. 153.
USU A-0967. Group photo of Dairy Day at the Greenville Experiment Station Farm in North Logan, August 16, 1933.
USU A-0968. Man working in old backhoe digging a ditch. No photograph on board. (RO)
USU A-0969. Farmer's encampment exhibit displays in the museum in the north wing of the second floor of Old Main, ca. 1919.
USU A-0970a. Cashier ringing up customers at the USU bookstore, located in the basement of the Student Union Building*, 1950s.
USU A-0970b. Cashier ringing up customers at the USU bookstore, located in the basement of the Student Union Building*, 1950s.
USU A-0971. Large group of people seated at tables eating on the lawn east of Old Main, ca. 1920.
USU A-0972. Governor George H. Dern using a steam shovel to break ground for the construction of Romney Stadium, October 12, 1926.
USU A-0973. Thelma Fogelberg, Professor of Languages.
USU A-0974a. Students putting in a sidewalk on the north side of the conservatory for "A-Day," 1919. Old Main, conservatory, and greenhouse pictured in the background. See USU A-1262.
USU A-0974b. Students putting in a sidewalk on the north side of the conservatory for "A-Day," 1919. Conservatory featured up close. See Specs: 287 B.
USU A-0975. Group photo of the Leaders in Vocational Education in Utah Annual Convention, September 3-6, 1917.
USU A-0976a. USAC Forestry camp, 1936.
USU A-0976b. USAC Forestry camp, 1936.
USU A-0977a. Two female students, participants in Hello Week, wearing caps with the initial USU printed on them, early 1963. See also Buzzer 1963, p. 38.
USU A-0977b. Group of ten young men in suits and ties, early 1960s.
USU A-0977c. Two women and four men gathered around two globes with maps behind them, possibly a photo of the geography club, 1960s.
USU A-0978a. Lounge on the main floor of Lund Hall, 1937.
USU A-0978b. Entry of Lund Hall, 1937.
USU A-0979a. 1917 Glee Club members: Elroy Boberg, J. Arno Kirkham, Stanley Nelson, Peters Nelson, A. J. Morris, Leo B. Bates, Albert Backman, Anthon Peterson, Arthur Walgreen, J. J. Durtchi, William Williams, Donald Jerman, Chase Kearl, E. Larsen, Delbert Egbert, William Johnson, Elmo Coffman, A. E. Blackner, R. C. Pixton, E. J. Kirkham, Calder Smith, Joseph E. Otte, C. R. Johnson, J. W. Thornton, and E. Benson Parkinson. See also Buzzer 1917, p. 154.
USU A-0979b. 1920 Glee Club members: (back row, L to R) J. L. Spencer, George Squires, Wells Moffett, ElRay Christiansen, W. I. Poulter, Theras Allred, Gene Austin, Norven Storrs, A. B. Caseman, Rodney Pack, John S. Dutson, Rueben Hill, Archie Barney; (front row, L to R) Ephraim Josephson, Angus Maughan, Spencer Hunter, Charles Smith, Eugene Robinson, Elmo Coffman, A. E. Blackner, Chase Kearl, Clyde Worley, Ernest Baker, C. J. Stringham, Hilton Evans, Del Mar Egbert, President. Members not pictured: Ardath Price and Hugh Harvey. The String Trio was made up of Gene Austin, violinist; ElRay Christiansen, cellist, and Mr. Thorpe, pianist. The Male Quartette was made up of A. E. Blackner, C. R. Johnson, Del Mar Egbert, and A. B. Caseman. See also Buzzer 1920, p. 161-63.
USU A-0980. Radio broadcast from the Farmer's Encampment on the east side of the Quad, 1925. Board of Trustees President A. W. Ivins and E. G. Peterson, UAC President, featured with five other men.
USU A-0981a. College choir, ca. 1922.
USU A-0981b. Choir on the stage of the Auditorium in Old Main, ca. 1898. See also P0014 1:171 and 1:172.
USU A-0982a. Class of 1935 Alumni Reunion lunch.
USU A-0982b. Class of 1945 Alumni Reunion lunch.
USU A-0983. Utah Agricultural College display of pictures and memorabilia in the window of the Riter Brothers Drug Company, ca. 1925.
USU A-0984. Ground breaking for the Edith Bowen Laboratory School, 1955. Ernest Stettler, Elmer Stettler, CaSeel Burke, University President Daryl Chase, E. A. Jacobsen, Harold Wadsworth, Paul K. Evans, Mayor W. W. Owens, Dee A. Broadbent, Blaine Winters, Dean Carlisle, and Mrs. Edith Shaw are featured.
USU A-0985a. Class of 1915 Alumni Reunion lunch.
USU A-0985b. Class of 1920 Alumni Reunion lunch.
USU A-0986a. Class of 1925 Alumni Reunion lunch.
USU A-0986b. Class of 1930 Alumni Reunion lunch.
USU A-0987. Group who attended the first five Farmer's Encampments from 1921-1925: A. M Israelson of Cache County, B. M. Anderson of Weber County, Margaret Anderson of Weber County, C. S. Atkinson of Cache County, Charles J. Peterson of Box Elder County, Nora Compton of Box Elder County, and Lucinda Jacobsen of Box Elder County, 1920s.
USU A-0988. Entrance gates to the USU campus, formerly located on 400 North St. and 700 East St., dedicated in 1940 and mostly removed in 1961. See USU A-0178. See also Buzzer 1942, p. 25.
USU A-0989a. Maxfield Lund and Lu Dean Bailey, who played the lead roles of Manrico and Leonora in the opera Il Trovatore, posing together, 1948. See also Student Life Vol. 35, no. 15, January 29, 1948, p. 3 and Vol. 35, no. 18, February 19, 1948, p. 1 for more information. See also USU A-1159b.
USU A-0989b. Scene from Joan of Lorraine, with an actor dressed as Regnault de Chartres, Archbishop of Rheims, 1947-8. See also Buzzer 1948, p. 229. See USU A-0994. See also the H. Reuben Reynolds Collection P0004 11:02:01-11 for further photos of this play.
USU A-0990. Scene from Iolanthe, produced by the UAC Theatrical Department at the Capital Theatre, February 16, 1925.
USU A-0991a. Scene from the Grand Opera Aida, performed on the Old Main Auditorium stage.
USU A-0991b. Scene from a play depicting three actors talking to one another on the right side of the stage by an office desk and six other actors and actresses surrounding a small table on the left side of the stage.
USU A-0992. Cast member in kilts with a bag-pipe for the summer school production of Brigadoon in the amphitheatre, 1961.
USU A-0993. Scene from a practice session of Oedipus Rex with Leon White, Jay Hawkes, and Dick Waite wearing long robes with their right hands extended out, and Lael Woodbury standing on a set of stairs looking upward. See also Student Life Vol. 39, no. 13, January 24, 1952, p. 1. Play ran from January 30 through February 2, 1952.
USU A-0994. Scene from Joan of Lorraine, with an actress dressed as Joan of Arc and an actor dressed as Regnault de Chartres, Archbishop of Rheims, 1947-8. See also Buzzer 1948, p. 229. See USU A-0989b. See also the H. Reuben Reynolds Collection P0004 11:02:01-11 for further photos of this play.
USU A-0995. Group of seven people dressed in costume, including a man and a woman dressed in pilgrim costume, a man and a woman dressed in grass skirts and leis, a man and a woman wearing hats with a large "C" marked on them, and a woman wearing a dress of torn fabric with headband and braids.
USU A-0996. Jean Mohr, Max Wadsworth, and another man, possibly Dick Stevens, performing a scene from the play Claudia, 1945-46. See also Buzzer 1946, p. 128.
USU A-0997. Three women painting a backdrop for a theatrical production, 1940s.
USU A-0998. Two actors, one young male actor, and an actress perform a scene from Family Portrait, a play depicting the life and family of Christ, 1953-54. See also Buzzer 1954, p. 224.
USU A-0999. Scene from a play depicting a woman standing on a chair giving a toast with three other men in striped pants holding their glasses up and two other people behind a table watching.
USU A-1000. Two actors and an actress dressed in costumes from the opera Martha, 1951-52. The cast of Martha included Florence Griffin, Margene Robbins, Dack Jensen, Brent Nash, Don Hansen, Carl Hill, Elbert Johnson, and Elmer Walstrom. See also Buzzer 1952, pp 258-59.
USU A-1001. Scene from the opera The Gondoliers, 1920. Performing in the opera were: A.E. Blackner, Del Mar Egbert, W.I. Poulter, Elmo Coffman, Mr. McMurrin, Gladys Smith, Marylene Maw, Ruth Evans, Melba Aldrich, Dorothy Weiler, Elda Roylance, Martha Kirkham, Laverne Belnap, Clover Johnson, Elva Carlson, Mrs. Russell, Mary Smith, Edna Merrill, and Radia Larson. See also Buzzer 1920, p. 161-65.
USU A-1002. Woman standing on the steps of a building, probably Old Main, in a striped dress costume. Photo taken by H. Reuben Reynolds.
USU A-1003. "River Research" Lab of the Engineering Experiment Station, Utah Water Research Lab, 1940s.
USU A-1004. Banquet, probably for the Farmer's Round-up Participants, held in the cafeteria in the southeast corner of the center section of Old Main, ca. 1904. John Widstoe, Director of the Experiment Station, included in the photograph.
USU A-1005. Clinton Lichty and Carl Jensen of Logan harvest a bed of Cannas in front of Old Main, 1950s.
USU A-1006. Desmond Anderson and Harold Stassen shaking hands.
USU A-1007. University President Daryl Chase and his wife Alice Chase with Frank Gunnell at the Opening Night of the Lyric Theatre under University auspices, featuring Hamlet, Monday, April 3, 1961. See also USU Staff News vol. 1, no. 38, March 31, 1961 and vol. 1, no. 30, March 31, 1961, Special Edition.
USU A-1008a. Twenty-five students on a geology outing, 1909. See also Buzzer 1909, p. 142. See also P0014 3:03:04 and 3:03:05.
USU A-1008b. "Studying the remains of Lake Bonneville," twenty-five students on a geology outing, 1909. See also Buzzer 1909, p. 142. See also P0014 3:03:04 and 3:03:05.
USU A-1009a. Two men working in a laboratory, 1950s.
USU A-1009b. One woman working in a laboratory, 1950s.
USU A-1010a. Man taking readings from a machine, possibly measuring the amount of pressure used to break a brick, 1950s.
USU A-1010b. Two men standing next a machine (featured in USU A-1010-a) while speaking with one another, 1950s.
USU A-1011a. Two men working in a lab, 1960s.
USU A-1011b. Two women working in a lab, 1930s.
USU A-1012a. Man making some adjustments to a machine next to the sub-critical nuclear reactor, 1950s.
USU A-1012b. Man and a woman using a printer, possibly for the school newspaper Student Life, 1960s.
USU A-1013a. Dr. J. Stewart Williams, Professor of Geology, and a student working with a machine, ca. 1957.
USU A-1013b. Man working with a machine, 1950s.
USU A-1013c. Man working in a lab, 1950s.
USU A-1014a. Man working in a geology lab looking at several small skulls, 1940s.
USU A-1014b. Two students in a geology lab brushing off several shells, 1940s.
USU A-1015a. Two men reading electrical measurements with an oscilloscope, 1950s.
USU A-1015b. Two men reading electrical measurements with an oscilloscope, 1950s.
USU A-1016a. Two students standing next to a display of molecules and a poster entitled "Cuprammonium Process," 1950s
USU A-1016b. Two men (featured in USU A-1010-b) placing a cylindrical object into a machine (also featured in USU A-1010-a and 1010-b), possibly to test its endurance to pressure, 1950s.
USU A-1016c. Three men taking readings from machines, 1950s.
USU A-1017. Alumni Banquet for the class of 1940, 1940s.
USU A-1018. Alumni Banquet for the 50 Year Club.
USU A-1019. Banquet including former USAC President E. G. Peterson and his wife Phoebe, USAC President Franklin S. Harris and his wife Estelle, and Board of Trustees Chairman Thorpe B. Isaacson and his wife Lula, late 1940s.
USU A-1020. Banquet for past Alumni Presidents, 1940s.
USU A-1021. Three women and three children in a play room, 1940s.
USU A-1022. Two women display a chair, 1940s.
USU A-1023. Woman watching six children play at a "tea party," possibly for a Domestic Science class, 1940s.
USU A-1024. Group portrait of the Home Economics club, possibly before the Spring Formal, ca. 1930s. See USU A-1145a.
USU A-1025. Two women dressed in white in a food preparation class.
USU A-1026. Man doing a demonstration for a large group of women.
USU A-1027. Five children enacting the Nativity scene, 1940s.
USU A-1028. Two women watching five children play outdoors, possibly for a Domestic Science class, 1940s. One of the children is wearing a leg brace.
USU A-1029. Woman recovering a chair, 1940s.
USU A-1030a. Woman and two young boys playing with blocks, possibly in a Domestic Science class, 1940s.
USU A-1030b. Woman and young boy watch a young girl working with a spinning wheel, possibly in a Domestic Science class, 1940s.
USU A-1031. Fifteen women sewing clothes, possibly for a Domestic Science class, 1940s.
USU A-1032. Four women recovering chairs, possibly for a Domestic Science class, 1940s.
USU A-1033. Missing.
USU A-1034. Portrait of a woman stirring a pot and a man with an accordion performing on a stage, probably for the play "Admiral Crihton," 1917. See also Buzzer 1917, p. 73-4.
USU A-1035. Large group of women, and a few men, eating at a banquet, 1950s.
USU A-1036. Group of ten women sitting around a long wooden table at a meeting, possibly for a women's group or a literary society, 1940s.
USU A-1037. Dedication of the Mackay Living Center with Reed Bullen, David O. Mackay, Daryl Chase, and Alma Sonne, ca. 1962.
USU A-1038. Four men and one woman pose for a studio group portrait, 1940s. Photo by Degn & Brunson.
USU A-1039. Intercollegiate Knight "tin" initiation, 1950s. Man with a metal pot on his head and wearing metal pieces in the shape of a breastplate shines the boots of a man in a Intercollegiate Knight's jacket with a third man wearing a sign reading "Beno" and "IK's" watching them. "Beno" and "IK's" refer to the Beno chapter of the Intercollegiate Knights, a male booster organization on campus.
USU A-1040. Food preservation and baking class, 1920s.
USU A-1041. Professor and students in a Health class, 1940s.
USU A-1042. Three women lifting another woman from one bed to another while several other women watch, for a practice course in nursing, part of the Public Health Curriculum, ca. 1923.
USU A-1043a. Three women attending to three other sick women in bed, probably for a nursing class, 1936. See Buzzer 1936, p. 165.
USU A-1043b. Six women dressed in white in a food preparation class, 1930s.
USU A-1044a. Sunburst Lounge on the main floor of the Student Union Building*, 1950s.
USU A-1044b. Lounge on the second floor of the Student Union Building*, 1950s.
USU A-1044c. Lounge on the second floor of the Student Union Building*, 1950s.
USU A-1045a. Servers and students in line for food at the cafeteria located in the basement of the Family Life Building, 1930s.
USU A-1045b. Students eating at tables in the cafeteria located in the basement of the Family Life Building, 1930s.
USU A-1045c. Snack bar located in the basement of the Student Union Building*, late 1950s.
USU A-1046. Interior view of the Fieldhouse, 1930s.
USU A-1047a. Two students reading in the lounge on the east end of the second floor of the Student Union Building, 1960s.
USU A-1047b. Five students reading in the Moore Library located in the Edith Bowen Laboratory school, 1960s.
USU A-1048a. The University Apartments, World War II barracks moved to campus in 1945 and used for married housing until 1967. See also USU A-0115, USU A-0130, and USU A-0131.
USU A-1048b. Interior of the Home Management house, located on the corner of 500 North St. and 700 North St., 1930s.
USU A-1049a. Posters for dances displayed on a wall next to the reference library, 1920s.
USU A-1049b. Room with a table and a number of chairs.
USU A-1050. Hugh Richins, disabled veteran, filming his wife Carma with a large video camera, 1940s.
USU A-1051. Hugh Richins, disabled veteran, running a large video camera, 1940s.
USU A-1052. Hugh Richins, disabled veteran and photography student from Vernal, Utah, taking pictures outside the Logan LDS Temple, 1940s.
USU A-1053. Four men working with instruments in a room, ca. 1917.
USU A-1054. Lester C. Essig, Jr., Professor of Instructional Media.
USU A-1055. Two men in military uniform shaking hands, probably in the Nelson Fieldhouse.
USU A-1056. World War II carrier plane used for training student pilots, 1940s. Photo taken at the Cache Airport.
USU A-1057. Five members of the Spurs organization in a planning meeting, 1940s.
USU A-1058. Three members of the Spurs and one other man in a planning meeting, 1940s.
USU A-1059. Intercollegiate Knight representative and a Spur representative interview three male and three female students, probably candidates for joining the IK and Spur organizations, 1940s.
USU A-1060. Drawing of a scroll listing the "Professors of Military Science and Tactics at Utah State Ag College Since 1893," ca. 1956. They included: Henry D. Styer, Samuel W. Dunning, William D. Beers, Howard R. Perry, Lochlin W. Caffey, Robert J. Binford, Eugene Santschi, Jr., Stephen Abbott, Russell P. Hartle, Alexander C. Sullivan, Adrian B. Smith, John L. Hanley, Martin J. O'Brien, Robert E. Phillips, Carr W. Waller, Joseph D. Brown, Matthew A. Cross, Ben Blair, Edward W. Timberlake, Harold E. Cotter, Charles W. Haas, William C. McFadden, Karl C. Frank, Robert J. Hill, Calvin L. Partin, and Howard A. Moody.
USU A-1061. Group portrait of 26 women, possibly a sorority or campus women's group, 1950s.
USU A-1062a. View of the Old Main auditorium from the stage. The auditorium was built with the east side of the center section of Old Main between 1891 and 1892. Early it was called the "chapel", though that designation was more often reserved for "Society Hall" in the south wing. See also P0014 1:018.
USU A-1062b. View of the Old Main auditorium from the balcony. See also P0014 1:59-60.
USU A-1063. View of the Merrill Library* from the Quad, 1940s.
USU A-1064. View of the Merrill Library* from the northwest, 1950s.
USU A-1065. Aerial view of campus looking NNW over the Mechanic Arts Building and Old Main, ca. 1942.
USU A-1066a. View of military aircraft in flight, ca 1940s.
USU A-1066b. View of six World War II airplanes with two men standing in front of each, ca. 1940s.
USU A-1066c. View of three World War II airplanes with two men during winter, ca. 1940s.
USU A-1067. Group of 21 men posing with a small airplane, with two men seated inside, 1940s.
USU A-1068. Aerial photo of campus, looking north, showing Old Main and the Quad, ca. 1942.
USU A-1069. Aerial photo of campus, looking WNW, showing Old Main and the Quad, ca. 1942.
USU A-1070. Aerial photo of campus, looking west, showing Romney Stadium, ca. 1942.
USU A-1071. Aerial photo of campus, looking northwest, showing the Smart Gymnasium, President's Residence*, University Annex*, and Old Main Hill*, ca. 1942.
USU A-1072. Aerial photo of campus, looking northeast, showing most of campus, winter 1941. Military Science Building not yet constructed.
USU A-1073. Aerial photo of campus, looking northeast, showing Logan and the Island, winter 1941. Note the building material adjacent to the Fieldhouse for construction of the Military Science Building.
USU A-1074. Aerial view of campus from the west with an Army Air Corps training plane shown in the upper right hand corner, 1943. Photo taken from over the intersection of 500 North St. and 400 East St. See also USU A-1855.
USU A-1075. Aerial photo of campus, looking southeast from the northwest, with "Windsor Castle" (the Newman Center) in the lower center and the Sigma Chi house shown under construction, ca. 1942.
USU A-1076a. Women's class in auto mechanics during World War II, 1943. Three women are working on a 1941 Pontiac. While the license plate shows 1942, the windshield validation is 1943. To save metal, no plates were issued in Utah in 1943.
USU A-1076b. Women running a lathe, 1940s.
USU A-1077a. Seven male students in a machine shop class, possibly working on making tools.
USU A-1077b. Two male students taking measurements.
USU A-1078a. Students in a classroom making adjustments to small machines with the help of two tutors, 1940s.
USU A-1078b. Four men working on an engine. See also USU A-0487d.
USU A-1078c. Man spray painting a car while two other men watch. See also USU A-0488c.
USU A-1079a. Twelve male students and an instructor in machine shop class.
USU A-1079b. Eight male students in a woodworking class.
USU A-1080. Two men standing next to a model of a house and a yard with trees, 1920s.
USU A-1081a. Soldiers practicing with rifles on the Quad during World War I, ca. 1918. Creamery, conservatory, and barracks (later the T-1 building) shown in photograph.
USU A-1081b. Soldiers practicing with rifles on the Quad during World War I, ca. 1918.
USU A-1082. S.A.T.C. soldiers loading food on a truck at the Domestic Science Building for carrying to the mess hall in the Mechanic Arts Building, 1918.
USU A-1083. Installation of the S.A.T.C. at the UAC, October 1, 1918. Engineering Building (later the Education and English Building) under construction in the background. See also USU A-1518. See also Buzzer 1919, p. 142 ff.
USU A-1084. Enrollees of the S.A.T.C. during World War I eating at tables in the Domestic Science building, 1918.
USU A-1085a. Governor Simon Bamberger addressing the 145th on campus, February 17, 1919. See souvenir edition of the Student Life, March 14, 1919.
USU A-1085b. MISSING. [Bayonet drill on the Quad. ]
USU A-1086. Large group of men seated on a truck or standing next to machinery outside a barn, ca. 1920.
USU A-1087. Two military officers and four cooks standing behind a table of turkeys cooked for Thanksgiving Dinner, 1918.
USU A-1088. Troops of the S.A.T.C. stand at attention at their bunks in the Main Auditorium, 1918.
USU A-1089. Large group of men and women posed in a room, 1920s.
USU A-1090. Shelves of firearms in the armory.
USU A-1091. Shelf of firearms in the armory.
USU A-1092. S.A.T.C. troops seated for Thanksgiving Dinner in the Mechanic Arts Building, which housed canteen and served as barracks during demobilization, 1918. Note the flu masks around the necks of the men. See also Student Life March 14, 1919, p. 10. See also Buzzer 1919, p. 145.
USU A-1093. Military band, ca. 1915.
USU A-1094. Three women serving food with two men in military clothing carrying trays, possibly for Thanksgiving dinner, ca. 1918.
USU A-1095a. March through downtown Logan of the 1149 men of the 145th Field Artillery, 1919. See also Buzzer 1919, p. 141 ff.
USU A-1095b. March through downtown Logan of the 1149 men of the 145th Field Artillery, 1919. See also Buzzer 1919, p. 141 ff.
USU A-1095c. March through downtown Logan of the 1149 men of the 145th Field Artillery, 1919. See also Buzzer 1919, p. 141 ff.
USU A-1096a. Red Cross volunteers with baskets of food ready to serve the troops disembarking from the trains at the Logan O.S.L.R.R. Depot, January 1919. Note the flu masks worn by the volunteers. See also Buzzer 1919, p. 147.
USU A-1096b. Large group of women, a number of whom are in nursing clothing, posed in a gymnasium in front of a flag with the number "350," ca. 1919.
USU A-1097. Nine men standing on a pile of bricks after the smokestack next to the college heating plant was torn down, September 1948. See also Student Life Vol. 36, Summer Edition, September 1948, p. 3 for more information. See also USU A-1098 and USU A-1099.
USU A-1098. Groups of men and women watching the razing of the smokestack next to the college heating plant, September 1948. See also Student Life Vol. 36, Summer Edition, September 1948, p. 3 for more information. See also USU A-1097 and USU A-1099.
USU A-1099. Five men examining the smokestack while the supporting bricks at its base were being torn out, September 1948. See also Student Life Vol. 36, Summer Edition, September 1948, p. 3 for more information. See also USU A-1097 and USU A-1098.
USU A-1100. First faculty of the Agricultural College of Utah: (Standing from L to R) E. S. Richman, Horticulture and Botany; J.M. Sholl, Mechanical Engineering; Abbie L. Marlatt, Domestic Science; Sarah G. B. Goodwin, Music and Library; H. L. Everett, English and Modern Language; and A.A. Mills, Agriculture and Superintendent of the Experiment Station Work. (Sitting from L to R) W.P. Cutter, Chemistry, Physics, Geology, and Mineralogy; J.W. Sanborn, President of the College and Professor of Agriculture; and J.T. Caine, Jr., Principal Prep. Dept.
USU A-1101a. Plant Industry Building under construction, 1919. (Probably taken on February 17.) See USU A-1085a.
USU A-1101b. Engineering Building, which later became the Education and the English Building, 1919. (Probably taken on February 17.) See USU A-1085a.
USU A-1102. General classroom with fixed desks in the Mechanic Arts Building, ca. 1920.
USU A-1103. Seventeen women participating in a food preparations or canning class, ca. 1910.
USU A-1104a. Jeremiah Wilson Sanborn, president of the ACU 1890-1894. Painting by E. Wyatt Kimball.
USU A-1104b. Joshua H. Paul, president of the ACU 1894-1896. Painting by A. V. Wright.
USU A-1105a. Joseph M. Tanner, president of the ACU 1896-1900. Painting by Lee Greene Richards.
USU A-1105b. William J. Kerr, president of the ACU 1900-1907. Painting by J. Leo Fairbanks.
USU A-1106a. Elmer George Peterson, president of the USAC 1916-1945. Painting by Everett Thorpe.
USU A-1106b. Henry Aldous Dixon, president of the USAC from 1953-1954. Painting by Everett Thorpe.
USU A-1107. Franklin S. Harris, president of the USAC 1945-1950. Painting by Everett Thorpe.
USU A-1108a. Daryl Chase, president of USU 1954-1968.
USU A-1108b. Glen L. Taggart, president of USU 1968-1979.
USU A-1109. Students dancing in the Temporary Union Building (TUB), late 1940s.
USU A-1110. Group of men and women dancing outdoors next to a building, 1960s.
USU A-1111. 1941-42 Student Body officers: George Nelson, President; Dorothy Nielson, Vice President; Lois Adams, Secretary; Beth Keller, Executive council; and Rivin Dunn, Executive council.
USU A-1112a. Dances, 1958-59, including Ralph Shreeve.
USU A-1112b. Six women in flapper outfits posing at a dance, 1958-59.
USU A-1112c. Dances, 1958-59, including Marsha Mink.
USU A-1112d. Two couples dancing, 1958-59.
USU A-1113. Food and Canning exhibit at the Utah State Fair, ca. 1911. Duplicate of USU A- 1123.
USU A-1114. Wheat and Grain exhibits at the Utah State Fair, 1911.
USU A-1115. "Part of the exhibit of the State Experimental Arid Farms." Utah State Fair exhibit of 1904 displays some of the findings of the Agriculture Experiment Station in the investigation of arid farming practices in the state of Utah. Originally, six experimental dry farms were located in Iron, Juab, San Juan, Sevier, Tooele, and Washington Counties. See also ACU Experiment Station Bulletin, no. 91, fig. 2, and ACU Experiment Station Bulletin, nos. 100 and 112.
USU A-1116. Utah State Fair exhibit on wheat, 1913.
USU A-1117. Boys and Girls Club exhibit at the Utah State Fair, 1914.
USU A-1118. Utah State Fair exhibit on wheat, 1913.
USU A-1119. Utah State Fair exhibit giving facts and advice for livestock and hay composition, 1911. Duplicate of USU A-1122.
USU A-1120. Livestock statistics exhibit at the Utah State Fair, ca. 1911.
USU A-1121. Exhibit on Farm Beautification at the Utah State Fair, ca. 1911.
USU A-1122. Utah State Fair exhibit giving facts and advice for livestock and hay composition, 1911. Duplicate of USU A-1119.
USU A-1123. Food and Canning exhibit at the Utah State Fair, ca. 1911. Duplicate of USU A- 1113.
USU A-1124. Exhibition of art work done by USU students and a water exhibit at the Utah State Fair, ca. 1911.
USU A-1125a. Abby Merlett, 1938.
USU A-1125b. Dr. Louise Stanley, Chief Bureau of Home Economics, Washington D.C. Dedicatory address of the Home Economics Building, 1935.
USU A-1126a. "Round-Up," large group of men seated in an auditorium, 1917. See also Buzzer 1917, p. 22
USU A-1126b. Periwig Club portrait: (Top row, L to R) Stanley Prescott, Elray Christiansen, Irvin Poutler, and (Bottom row, L to R) Sara Huntsman (Director), Nancy Finch, Lucile Rogers, and Eleanor Rasmussen, 1919. The Periwig Club was an amateur dramatic organization that performed short plays. See also Buzzer 1919, p. 115.
USU A-1126c. Large group of men and women posed outside of Old Main, ca. 1915.
USU A-1127a. Man in a suit riding on a saddle on top of a makeshift "bucking bronco" made from a barrel suspended above the ground by lengths of rope, ca. 1965. Four other members of the Rodeo club, possibly including Chad P. Winn, are jerking on the rope to make the barrel swing.
USU A-1127b. Three men displaying cows before a large group of men seated outside of a barn, possibly at a cattle judging contest, 1920s.
USU A-1127c. Large group of men and boys judging cattle tied to fence posts outside of a series of barns, 1940s.
USU A-1127d. View looking down on a field with groups of people judging cattle.
USU A-1128. Ten women working making clothing, 1930s.
USU A-1129a. Students on the Quad reading the Student Life newspaper during a rest break on "A-Day," 1940. See also Buzzer 1940, p. 101.
USU A-1129b. Mignam Perry, Ruth Beckholt, and Genevieve Romney walking across the quad.
USU A-1130a. Student judging ears of corn in a Plant Science class, ca. 1912.
USU A-1130b. Students pruning fruit trees for a Horticulture class, ca. 1907.
USU A-1131a. Military Ball, 1917. See also Buzzer 1917, p. 80.
USU A-1131b. "Frat Melee" dance, 1920. See also Buzzer 1920, p. 150.
USU A-1132. Military Ball, 1920. See also Buzzer 1920, p. 154.
USU A-1133. Dr. Lorin E. Harris, right, shows UA Experiment Station director Dee A. Broadbent, left, and Dow Chemical Co. representative Dr. J.E. Johnson, center, where sheep nutrition studies are being conducted in Utah. Dow Chemical Company's $3,000 grant made studies possible.
USU A-1134a. Group of men and women playing volleyball, ca. 1915.
USU A-1134b. Groups of men, women, and children seated beneath trees and walking around the Quad in front of the Animal Industry Building, ca. 1915.
USU A-1135a. Groups of men watching a pig in a field at a livestock judging contest, ca. 1920.
USU A-1135b. Groups of men watching cattle at a livestock judging contest, ca. 1920.
USU A-1136. W.E. Carroll, J.W. Paxman, A.G. Evans, Gertrude McCheyne, and Cora McBride in southern Utah after a 10-day storm, ca. August 1916.
USU A-1137. MISSING.
USU A-1138. Group studio portrait of 36 members of the Agricultural Club, 1917. Club members consisted of: V. Adams, S. R. Anderson, Coral Allred, C. M. Aldous, Melvin Arnold, George Bates, Albert Backman, R. G. Becraft, John Barris, E. Boberg, W. M. Braley, E. Blackburn, Marvin Beckstrom, J. R. Bateman, Fielding Barlow, Cloy Cummings, Herver Curtis, D. Vragun, Alma Crane, G. Christensen, C. L. Dunford, Arthur Duke, J. Durtschi, Mervian Despain, Morrill Evans, E. Eddington, Ernest Freeman, Reid Gardner, Hugh Harvey, L. P. Harvey, Leland Heiner, Ruben Hansen, George Holmstead, C. J. Hansen, D. P. Jackson, Irving Jensen, Rob Jeppson, E. J. Kirkham, M. D. Lowe, Heber Meeks, A. H. Morris, Cleon Memmott, Rulon Magleby, Alphonso Moncur, Sam Morgan, Edgar Moody, C. D. McBride, R. Munoz, Mahoney, A. R. Mayers, Tom McMullen, D. Nichols, Stanley Nelson, J. E. Otte, N. J. Nelson, A. E. Palmer, M. L. Perkins, Chas Price, R. C. Pixton, J. D. Price, M. Powell (Secretary-Treasurer), H. C. Ramsberger, E. F. Richards, E. W. Robinson, Randall Schow, Albert Smith, Calder Smith, Ed. E. Smith, Ray F. Smith, Y.C. Thorpe, J. W. Thornton (President), W. J. Tanner, G. T. Taggart, Leland Tuft, Roy Tuttle, William Thayne, J. W. Wright, Pratt Wright, J. H. Whitwer, Arthur Walgren, Wallace Wayman, A. Walters, H. M. Williams, Lee Wright, and Vernon Young. See also Buzzer 1917, p. 138-39.
USU A-1139a. Three men displaying sheep, possibly at a livestock judging contest, ca. 1920.
USU A-1139b. Men shearing sheep in a barn.
USU A-1140a. Two students working with a machine, 1940s.
USU A-1140b. Two students working with a machine with a large wheel, 1940s.
USU A-1141a. Four female students in a food preparation class, 1940s.
USU A-1141b. Two women working with a loom, possibly for a Domestic Science class, 1940s.
USU A-1142. Loretta Crook, of Payson, Utah, USAC senior, transferred from languages to electrical welding, working on welding brackets for USAC armory rifle racks, 1945. See USU A-1148. See also Buzzer 1945, p. 10.
USU A-1143. Boys' and Girls' Club exhibit for the Utah State Fair, with a young girl standing next to a sign reading "Ruth Bybee, Age 14," 1914.
USU A-1144a. USAC football stadium at Adams Field, 1917. See also Buzzer 1917, p. 172.
USU A-1144b. Fans in the USAC football stadium stands at Adams Field, 1920s.
USU A-1145a. Group portrait of the Home Economics club, possibly before the Spring Formal, ca. 1930s. See USU A-1024.
USU A-1145b. Harvest Queen candidates, 1940s.
USU A-1146. Twelve men, possibly members of the Board of Trustees, posed outside next to a concrete structure, possibly the stadium, with one of the men turning a wheel, ca. 1920.
USU A-1147. Dance, possibly a spring formal, 1920. See also Buzzer 1920, p. 151.
USU A-1148. Loretta Crook, of Payson, Utah, USAC senior, transferred from languages to electrical welding, working on welding brackets for USAC armory rifle racks, 1945. See USU A-1142. See also Buzzer 1945, p. 10.
USU A-1149. National Defense Float, USAC, at the Hyrum Independence Day Parade, 1941.
USU A-1150. ROTC Band members, L to R: Jerry Sauders of Ogden, Edward Griffeth of Preston, Wayne Hansen of Grace, Idaho, and Michael Smith of Ogden.
USU A-1151. ROTC Military Inspection Day, with Frederick P. Champ and USAC President E.G. Peterson, spring 1936.
USU A-1152. MISSING.
USU A-1153. Four men, one in military clothing, working with machinery in a brick room, ca. 1920.
USU A-1154. Theodore M. Burton, Professor of Chemistry, and John Philip Dalby, Professor of Music, 1955.
USU A-1155a. Sheep in pens on a lecture train from the ACU campus, 1904. It carried speakers and exhibits on tour of Utah and Idaho.
USU A-1155b. Seven men standing on the steps of a train from the ACU campus, 1904. It carried speakers and exhibits on tour of Utah and Idaho.
USU A-1156a. Seven men standing in front of a building at the Field Day activities at the Nephi Experiment Station Farm, ca. 1924.
USU A-1156b. Several men walking around away from two buildings at the Field Day activities at the Nephi Experiment Station Farm, ca. 1924.
USU A-1156c. Seven men standing in front of a building at the Field Day activities at the Nephi Experiment Station Farm, ca. 1924.
USU A-1156d. Four men standing in front of a building at the Field Day activities at the Nephi Experiment Station Farm, ca. 1924.
USU A-1157. Phyllis Taylor, Reva Hallinsphere, and an unidentified man looking at books in the Merrill Library*, 1938.
USU A-1158. Student body officers Quentin Cook, Rolfe Kerr, Chuck Hyer, Alice Thorpe, and Dorothy Allen present a USU pennant to Governor Quinn of Hawaii, 1959-60.
USU A-1159a. Stage scene with a woman in medieval dress on her knees pleading with a man in a Roman military costume.
USU A-1159b. "Leading roles in Il Trovatore are portrayed by, L to R, Wesley Hill as Count di Luna [not pictured], Maxfield Lund as Manrico, Lu Dean Bailey as Leonora, Colleen Bowcutt as Azucena. Directed by Prof. Walter Welti, the opera is slated for Feb. 19-20 in the Capitol theater." See also Student Life Vol. 35, no. 15, January 29, 1948, p. 3. (Photograph cropped from the original featured in this Student Life.) See also Student Life Vol. 35, no. 18, February 19, 1948, p. 1 for more information. See also USU A-0989a.
USU A-1160a. Aly S. Somie of Egypt, F.M. Gibril of Libya, and Karen Lee of Idaho speaking with one another.
USU A-1160b. President Henry Aldous Dixon and his wife Lucile Dixon greeting guests at a reception in the Student Union Building*, 1954.
USU A-1161. Members of the U.S. government's Ag. Mission to Near East countries: Dean Robert Earle Buchanan; L.A. Wheeler, Department of Agriculture Office of Foreign Agriculture Relations; William Benton, As. Secretary of State; Franklin S. Harris, USAC President; and Afif Taunous, Office of Foreign Agriculture Relations, February 20, 1946.
USU A-1162. Agathon inside the George Nelson Fieldhouse, ca. 1954.
USU A-1163. Large group gathered outside of the Student Union Building*, possibly for a parade.
USU A-1164a. USU Band, under the direction of John Dalby, ca. 1955.
USU A-1164b. USU Symphony Orchestra, 1960s.
USU A-1164c. "USU Symphonic Band, under the direction of John Dalby," 1954. See also Buzzer 1954, p. 72.
USU A-1164d. USU Concert Band, 1960s.
USU A-1164e. USU Concert Band, 1965. See also USU A-0226.
USU A-1165. Twelve students in the living room of the Home Management house, 1928.
USU A-1166. Group portrait of 19 men standing in front of Old Main, including John A. Widstoe in the center of the back row, ca. 1910. See also P0014 4:15:15 and 5:08:02.
USU A-1167. Four performers in the Aggie Pep Band, ca. 1953.
USU A-1168. Drum Major Larry Hansen and Drum Majorette Dee Ann Davis, 1953. See also Student Life Vol. 41, no. 4, October 8, 1953, p. 1.
USU A-1169. Three women, possibly drum majorettes, practicing with batons under the direction of a man holding a baton, 1940s.
USU A-1170a. Band playing at a dance.
USU A-1170b. Nine band members practicing on a stage, 1960s.
USU A-1170c. UAC Band Soloists: Burgoyne, Bigler, Baird, England, and Henderson, 1928. See also Buzzer 1928, p. 224.
USU A-1171. Halftime performance at the Homecoming game in Romney Stadium, 1950s.
USU A-1172. USU Band performing on the field at Romney Stadium, 1954.
USU A-1173. "A.S." Band performing at a dance, 1950s.
USU A-1174. ROTC band, spring 1932. The director was N. W. Christensen and the drum major was Dale Jones. See also Buzzer 1932, p. 93.
USU A-1175. Group of singers and instrumental performers on stage, 1950s.
USU A-1176a. Members of the Aggiettes, 1957: (front row, L to R) Joan Wardle Bingham, Joyce Draney, Barbara Willoughby, Roselena Robinson, Annette Maughan, Mary Martin, and Irene Lagos Bates. (Second row, L to R) Beverly Jeffs Martin, Carol Martin, Genevieve Buhler, Lela Waddoups, Jane McKinnon, Diane Hansen, Gayla Hansen, and Carleen Brown. Sonja White not pictured. See also Student Life Vol. 54, no. 26, January 18, 1957, p. 8.
USU A-1176b. Aggiettes, 1950s.
USU A-1177a. USU Band and performers on the Romney Stadium field, 1950s.
USU A-1177b. USU Band and performers on the Romney Stadium field, 1950s.
USU A-1177c. USU Band and performers marching down Main St. in Logan, 1950s.
USU A-1177d. "Displaying its fine showmanship during half-time activities of the football games, is the Utah State Marching Band." USU Band and performers forming a giant "A" on the Romney Stadium field, 1953-4. See also Buzzer 1954, p. 72.
USU A-1178a. UAC Orchestra, 1928, including: Shriner, England, Halverson, Burgoyne, Ballard, Larson, Wixom, Baird, and Gardner. See also Buzzer 1928, p. 225.
USU A-1178b. The Utah State Agricultural College Band, directed by Professor N. W. Christiansen, 1943. See Buzzer 1943, p. 117.
USU A-1179a. UAC Glee Club Orchestra, 1928. See also Buzzer 1928, p. 223.
USU A-1179b. Summer School Band, 1930s.
USU A-1180. Provost R. Gaurth Hansen, Dr. J. George Harrar, University President Glen L. Taggart, and Reverend Theodore M. Hesburgh at the 1971 June Commencement. (Color photo.)
USU A-1181. Honorary hooding of J. George Harrar at the 1971 June Commencement. (Color photo.)
USU A-1182. Percy Harold McGaughey and former University President Daryl Chase at the 1971 June Commencement. (Color photo.)
USU A-1183. University President Glen L. Taggart speaking at the 1971 June Commencement. (Color photo.)
USU A-1184. Honorary degree recipients at the 1971 June Commencement Ceremony: Reverend Theodore M. Hesburgh, former University President Daryl Chase, Dr. J. George Harrar, and Mr. Percy Harold McGaughey. (Color photo.)
USU A-1185. Group of men standing at the 1971 June Commencement Ceremony, including: Dr. J. George Harrar, former University President Daryl Chase, Reverend Theodore M. Hesburgh, and Mr. Percy Harold McGaughey. (Color photo.)
USU A-1186. MISSING.
USU A-1187. Students in the Chemistry laboratory on the third floor of Old Main, ca. 1900. See also P0014 3:01:06, 8:59, and 8:60.
USU A-1188. Group studio portrait of a woman and 15 young girls, late 1890s.
USU A-1189. Testing machine, ca. early 1900s. See also P0014 8:222.
USU A-1190. MISSING.
USU A-1191. MISSING.
USU A-1192. Team of horses preparing to pull up a tree (“WJP” written on image), ca. 1910. See also P0014 2:11:18.
USU A-1193. Twelve women posed outdoors, ca. 1915.
USU A-1194. Man weighing a box of peaches in an orchard, ca. 1910.
USU A-1195. Clean-up Day on campus, 1909. Horse drawn wagon with people in it, other people standing in fenced area preparing ground, looking southeast. See also P0014 3:01:12.
USU A-1196. Nineteen men and five women sitting on a log bridge crossing a river, ca. 1920.
USU A-1197. Intercollegiate track meet east of Old Main and Model/Horse Barn, with band, looking northwest, ca. 1905. See also P0014 3:06:02.
USU A-1198. View of the Farmer's Encampment looking west through a row of tents toward Old Main, 1923.
USU A-1199. Military Cadet Corps parading on the site of the Quad for Inspection Day, 1909.
USU A-1200. University Annex*, built as a Dormitory and converted to the Domestic Science building with the remodeling of the west tower, 1911. See also P0014 4:08:09.
USU A-1201. People sitting on bleachers lined along the west side of the athletic field (presently the Quad) during a meet, ca. 1901.
USU A-1202. MISSING.
USU A-1203. Sarah Godwin Brown Goodwin (Mrs. C. I. Goodwin) standing by the stack ladder in the library, located in the north wing of Old Main, 1903. Mrs. Goodwin (1843-1912) was the librarian from 1890-1892 and 1896-1904. The date for this photo was determined from the accession numbers in the Charles Sprague Sargent's The Silva of No. America, 12 vols., which is shown on the bottom shelf in the center of the photograph. See photo collection P0032 Goodwin Family Collection for more photos of Sarah Goodwin.
USU A-1204. Student janitors inside of Old Main, 1895. (RO)
USU A-1205. Men in Agricultural and Botanical Laboratory examining specimens for plant identification, ca. 1896. Classroom located in the west basement of the south wing of Old Main. See also P0014 3:05:06.
USU A-1206. Experiment Station investigation of irrigation techniques, ca. 1908. Controlled application of irrigation water. See also USU A-0377, USU A-0374, and P0014 5:02:01.
USU A-1207. Two men examining a tree. See also P0014 5:02:07.
USU A-1208. Corner in Zoological Museum, Old Main Rm. 208 or 206, ca. 1903. See also P0014 2:05:03, 8:14, and 8:185.
USU A-1209. Old Main, view of west front, before building of the tower, with horse drawn carriages and people arriving at main door, procession of military in background, ca. 1901. See also P0014 2:04:01 and 7:61.
USU A-1210. Cattle and Sheep Barns, looking northeast, ca. 1903. See also P0014 7:29.
USU A-1211. Physical Culture Class, Women’s Turnverein ca. 1897. Women’s gym class on stage of College Chapel. Mrs. Sarah G.B. Goodwin seated at piano, far right. See also P0014 7:33.
USU A-1212. Group portrait of men in Civil Engineering class with surveying equipment, posed by Old Main, ca. 1900. See also P0014 7:19. See ACU Catalogue, 1900-01.
USU A-1213. MISSING.
USU A-1214. Artillery carriages from the student cadet corps on the lawn in front of Old Main, ca. 1907. See also P0014 8:70.
USU A-1215. Champ Hall in Old Main, looking east towards the Main Auditorium, ca. 1907.
USU A-1216. MISSING.
USU A-1217a. Students at the College Bank, located in the north half of Old Main, room 122, ca. 1907.
USU A-1217b. Semi-Centennial celebration with preparations for the opening of the cornerstone on the southwest corner of Old Main on the college's 50th anniversary, 1938.
USU A-1218a. Interior view of the reception room of the University Annex* during its use as a dormitory, with piano, table with books and chairs, and portraits hanging from the wall, ca. 1902. See also P0014 2:04:15 and 7:96.
USU A-1218b. Sorosis, women's collegiate organization, women sitting and standing on/around a couch, ca. 1900. See also P0014 2:03:14 and 7:51.
USU A-1219a. Women hand sewing in a classroom, early 1900s. See also P0014 7:48.
USU A-1219b. Students examining items in a botanical laboratory, early 1900s. See also P0014 7:59 and 7:107.
USU A-1220a. Women in a College Kitchen cooking, early 1900s. See also P0014 2:03:19, 7:101, and 7:102.
USU A-1220b. Biological Laboratory. Men and women in classroom looking through microscopes and taking notes. See also P0014 2:03:12 and 7:49. See also USU A-1582a.
USU A-1221a. "This coed chorus was stopped by the cameraman during rehearsal for the Kappers." Participants in the Kollegiate Kappers talent review, the theme for which was "Ye Gods, What Next?", 1940. See also Buzzer 1940, p. 104.
USU A-1221b. Pat Nielsen and another woman, drum majorettes, 1952.
USU A-1222. Farmer's encampment on the present site of the Merrill Library*, ca. 1923.
USU A-1223. Girl's physical culture class in the first gymnasium located in the north wing of the third floor of Old Main, ca. 1903. See also P0014 5:152 and 7:152.
USU A-1224. ACU Military Band, members on stairs holding instruments, horns, clarinet and drums, taken on west entrance, south wing of Old Main, ca. 1904. See also 2:06:13 and 7:105.
USU A-1225. Military cadet corps in formation south of Old Main, 1902. Construction work for the west front and tower of Old Main visible in center of the photo.
USU A-1226. ACU Second Team Football, 1901. See also P0014 7:104 and 7:167. See also ACU Catalogue, 1902-03.
USU A-1227. Four men working on a project, measuring the arc of water shooting out of nozzles, 1950s.
USU A-1228a. Samples of underwear, ruffled lace, and cloth in a display case, ca. 1901. See also P0014 2:03:10, 7:47, and 8:80.
USU A-1228b. Interior view of a bedroom in the University Annex*, during its use as a dormitory, ca. 1902. See also P0014 7:95.
USU A-1229. MISSING.
USU A-1230. Model barn on the site of the Maeser Labs, ca. 1907. See also P0014 2:05:17 and 7:199.
USU A-1231a. Gerald R. Sherratt, Professor of Education, assistant to the President, director of High School and Alumni Relations, Vice President of University Relations, and Director of Summer School for Utah State University from 1963 to the early 1980s, as well as the former President of Southern Utah State College (now Southern Utah University) from 1982-1997 and the 2003 mayor of Cedar City, Utah.
USU A-1231b. Joe B. Frantz, Western Writer's Conference, 1973.
USU A-1231c. H. Reuben Reynolds, Professor of Art.
USU A-1232a. Richard Ellis, Professor of Western American History, Western Writer's Conference, 1974.
USU A-1232b. Hector Lee, Professor of Folklore, Western Writer's Conference, 1974.
USU A-1233. Two men with a rope standing in front of a car, 1920s.
USU A-1234. Radio class in the Mechanic Arts Building, ca. 1918.
USU A-1235a. Frederick Preator, Professor of Metals, 1943.
USU A-1235b. Melvin C. Cannon, Professor of Chemistry from 1947-78 and head of the Chemistry Department from 1955-78, 1946.
USU A-1236. Professor Needham, 1920s.
USU A-1237. Robert Athearn, historian; Jack Schaefer, writer; and Maria Ellsworth at the Western Writer's Conference, 1972.
USU A-1238. Alma Nicholas Sorensen, Professor of English, ca. 1937.
USU A-1239. Frederick P. Champ, financial expert and sixteen year member of the Board of Trustees. See USU manuscript collection MS 50 Frederick P. Champ collection for further information.
USU A-1240. Professor Lewis M. Ferman, instructor at the 1924 National Summer School.
USU A-1241. MISSING. [Ethelyn O. Greaves, faculty member.]
USU A-1242. J. S. Powell, Associate Professor of Fine Arts.
USU A-1243. Four men examining the bell in the tower in Old Main, 1950s.
USU A-1244. Three men in a press box with a sign for KVSC, 1950s.
USU A-1245a. Head shot of Joe B. Franz (Western Writers Conference).
USU A-1245b. Richard Ellis (Western Writers Conference).
USU A-1246. Wallace Stegner, Western Writer's Conference at Utah State University, 1974. See also USU A-1546.
USU A-1247a. Frank L. West, Dean of Faculty, 1950s. Photography by Degn-Brunson of Logan, Utah.
USU A-1247b. Frank L. West, Dean of Faculty, 1920s.
USU A-1248a. Men and a young boy in a field during a potato harvest.
USU A-1248b. Studio portrait of H. W. Stucki of Santa Clara, Utah, a junior at ACU, 1911. See also Buzzer 1911, p. 54.
USU A-1249a. Gary Snyder, Western Writers Conference, ca. 1974.
USU A-1249b. Gary Snyder speaking at the Western Writers Conference, ca. 1974.
USU A-1250a. University President Glen L. Taggart speaking at Commencement Ceremony, ca. 1971. Former USU President Daryl Chase standing behind him. (Color photo.)
USU A-1250b. University President Glen L. Taggart speaking at Commencement Ceremony, ca. 1971. Former USU President Daryl Chase seated behind him. (Color photo.)
USU A-1251a. Commencement procession walking past Old Main, LDS Logan Temple visible in background, ca. 1971. (Color photo.)
USU A-1251b. Commencement procession of faculty and graduates, Old Main tower seen in background, ca. 1971. (Color photo.)
USU A-1252a. Group of men in academic robes, including University President Glen L. Taggart, George Harrar, former University President Daryl Chase, and Percy H. McGauhey, ca. 1971. (Color photo.)
USU A-1252b. Graduates standing at Commencement Exercises, ca. 1971. (Color photo.)
USU A-1253a. Rolfe Kerr and Stanford Cazier with honorary degree recipient George Harrar during the hooding ceremony, 1971. (Color photo.)
USU A-1253b. Rolfe Kerr and Stanford Cazier with honorary degree recipient Percy H. McGauhey during the hooding ceremony, 1971. (Color photo.)
USU A-1254. Charlotte Dancy, Dean of Women, ca. 1920.
USU A-1255a. Theodore Sonne Perry, Recipient of the University Citizenship Award, giving the invocation at Commencement Exercises, June 5, 1975. (Color photo.)
USU A-1255b. Young woman, probably Bunni Jo Eyre, Recipient of the University Citizenship Award, giving the benediction at Commencement Exercises, June 5, 1975. (Color photo.)
USU A-1256a. Bob Hope in academic robes giving an address to graduates at Commencement Exercises, June 5, 1975. (Color photo.)
USU A-1256b. Spencer W. Kimball in academic robes giving the sermon at the Baccalaureate Exercises, June 4, 1975. (Color photo.)
USU A-1257a. Spencer W. Kimball in academic robes giving the sermon at the Baccalaureate Exercises, June 4, 1975. (Color photo.)
USU A-1257b. Glen L. Taggart in academic robes speaking at Commencement Exercises, June 5, 1975. (Color photo.)
USU A-1258a. Men with shovels, including University President Glen L. Taggart and Bob Hope, outside of a building, possibly for a groundbreaking ceremony, 1970s. (Color photo.)
USU A-1258b. Man in a suit digging with a shovel, possibly at a groundbreaking ceremony, includes Bob Hope, 1970s. (Color photo.)
USU A-1259a. Men and women with name tags seated in chairs in an auditorium, 1970s. (Color photo.)
USU A-1259b. Men and women with name tags seated in chairs in an auditorium, 1970s. (Color photo.)
USU A-1260. Man plowing Old Main Hill* for the World War I "Victory Gardens," 1918. (2 copies.)
USU A-1261. MISSING. [Food and Nutrition canning class, probably in the basement of Old Main, 1908.]
USU A-1262. Students laying the sidewalk on the north side of the Quad for "A-Day", 1919. See also USU A-0974b.
USU A-1263. MISSING. [1965 Football team posed with coaches in the stadium. See Retired Originals P0329, Box 1]
USU A-1264. Aerial view of campus looking north, 1963. See also USU A-1269.
USU A-1265. Aerial view of campus looking east towards Logan Canyon, 1962.
USU A-1266. View of the Art Barn from the southeast showing barns and corrals, 1948.
USU A-1267. Leroy R. Hafen at the canyon picnic at the Western Writer's Conference, 1972.
USU A-1268. Costumed members of the Turnverein group posed southwest of Old Main. African-American woman is Mignon Richmond, ca. 1923.
USU A-1269. Aerial view of campus looking east, 1963. See also USU A-1264.
USU A-1270. View of barns and outbuildings from the east on the Experiment Station farm, 1930s.
USU A-1271. Student Union Building* under construction, 1952.
USU A-1272a. Leroy R. Hafen, visiting lecturer.
USU A-1272b. Ann W. Hafen, visiting lecturer.
USU A-1273a. John T. Caine, Jr., faculty member.
USU A-1273b. Raymond Becraft, faculty member.
USU A-1274. Everett Thorpe, Professor of Art.
USU A-1275. Evan Sorenson, Assistant Director of Admissions and Records, 1977.
USU A-1276a. Wendell B. Anderson, Professor of Political Science.
USU A-1276b. Dorothy T. Dyer, ca. 1955.
USU A-1277. Cecil Baker, USU Head Basketball Coach, 1955.
USU A-1278. Dr. W. L. Wanless, Dean of Commerce, 1945.
USU A-1279. William P. Bell, employed in the Registrar's office.
USU A-1280a. Gladys W. Harrison, 1950s.
USU A-1280b. Group of volunteers for World War I, ca. 1917.
USU A-1281. George F. Knowlton, Professor of Entomology. Photograph by Degn-Brunson of Logan, Utah.
USU A-1282. Thorpe B. Isaacson, Chairman of the Board of Trustees, 1950s.
USU A-1283. Robert Utley.
USU A-1284. Leslie K. Hawthorne, Collaborator to the Bureau of Plant Industry, ca. 1945.
USU A-1285. Studio portrait of a man, probably a faculty member, 1950s.
USU A-1286. N. A. Pedersen, Dean of Arts and Sciences and Professor of English, 1930.
USU A-1287. Philip Vincent Cardon, Director of the Utah Experiment Station, 1929.
USU A-1288. Outdoor portrait of a man, probably a faculty member.
USU A-1289a. Frank Waters, lecturer at the Western Writers Conference, 1973.
USU A-1289b. John Hannery, featured writer, Information Services at Western Writers Conference, ca. 1975.
USU A-1290. First student body and faculty photo, April 1891: President Jeremiah Wilson Sanborn, Miss Marlatt, Mrs. Richman, Mrs. Goodwin, Prof. Everett, Prof. Sholl, Prof. Caine, Prof. Cutter, Mr. Walker, Miss Ballif, Miss Calder, Miss Caine, Miss Mills, Miss Gamble, Mr. McLaughlin, Mr. Crandall, Mr. Wright, Mr. Mendinhall, Mr. Roylance, Mr. Jones, Mr. Crittendon, Mr. Ellis, Mr. Dougall, Mr. Barrett, Mr. Nelson, Mr. Larson, Mr. Malin, Mr. Anderson, Mr. Broberg, Mr. Sanhorn, Mr. Stalker, Mr. Young, and Vendla Berntson Fogelberg.
USU A-1291. Poultry building on the campus Experiment Station farm, ca. 1905.
USU A-1292. View of the President's Residence* from the north, ca. 1903. See also P0014 7:133.
USU A-1293. View of the President's Residence* from the south, looking from the second floor of the Experiment Station Building, ca. 1903. See also P0014 7:134.
USU A-1294. Farm Superintendent’s residence shortly after construction, ca. 1905. House built for Manager of the Experiment Station Farm. Moved in 1950 and later used as a dorm for Senior Honors Women, demolished 1968. See also P0014 7:138.
USU A-1295. Creamery in the basement of Old Main, ca. 1903. Dairy Science classes were taught here. See P0014 4:06:12 and 7:04.
USU A-1296. Workmen laying the foundation for the poultry house, 1905. See also P0014 9:142.
USU A-1297. MISSING. [Library reading room inside of Old Main, ca. 1905.]
USU A-1298. View of campus looking east from the corner of 500 North St. and 400 East St. towards the college, winter ca. 1905. See also P0014 8:182.
USU A-1299. College band marching in front of the west side of the south wing of Old Main, ca. 1904. See also P0014 7:12.
USU A-1300. Business classroom, probably located on the first floor of Old Main, ca. 1905.
USU A-1301. Military cadet corps in formation near the south wing of Old Main, ca. 1907.
USU A-1302. Women sitting at table watching cooking demonstration, ca. 1900. See also 2:07:04, 3:08:13, and 8:198.
USU A-1303. Laundering Room, women ironing fabric, ca. 1902. School of Domestic Science located in basement, North Wing, Old Main, See also P0014 3:06:14, 4:06:07, and 8:207.
USU A-1304. Students working in the College Bank, a mock bank at the School of Commerce, located on the third floor of the north half of Old Main, ca. 1903. See also P0014 8:215.
USU A-1305. Old Main Interior, looking north on 2nd floor, students reading the Student Life newspaper in the hall, probably waiting to register for classes, ca. 1907. See also Buzzer 1910, p. 179. See also P0014 4:13:01.
USU A-1306. Smokestack with the initials UAC displayed at the top, 1920s. It was torn down in 1948.
USU A-1307. Technology Building under construction, 1941.
USU A-1308. Men standing around horse-powered chaff piler and other wagons on Experiment Station Farm in Greenville, bottled goods in carriers on ground, ca. 1905. See also P0014 2:11:16 and 9:119.
USU A-1309. Large group of men standing outside the Veterinary Lab, ca. 1907.
USU A-1310. Chickens in a coop. See also P0014 9:101.
USU A-1311. Aerial view of campus and North Logan, ca. 1943.
USU A-1312. Thorpe.
USU A-1313. George B. Hendricks, Director of the School of Commerce, member of the ACU faculty from 1909-1921.
USU A-1314. Calvin Fletcher, Professor of Art, early 1900s.
USU A-1315. John T. Caine, III, Professor of Animal Husbandry.
USU A-1316. Painting of a man in a smock, possibly a self portrait of an artist.
USU A-1317. William Stafford, poet at the Western Writer's Conference, 1974.
USU A-1318. Lewis M. Turner, Dean of the School of Forestry.
USU A-1319a. Track Meet, two runners crossing a finish line. (RO)
USU A-1319b. Five of the Student Body Officers, 1908-09, including (clockwise from L to R) Margaret Morrell, Ernest Carroll (Student Body President), an unidentified man, Alando Bannerman Ballantyne, and Lucile Jensen. (RO) See also P0014 3:03:03 and also P0014 4:05:12 for similar photograph.
USU A-1320a. Military Cadet Corps formations south of Old Main, ca. 1905. (RO)
USU A-1320b. People seated in the chapel in the south wing of Old Main, ca. 1895. (RO)
USU A-1321a. Javelin throw at Track & Field event on a track east of Old Main, baseball game in background, ca. 1908. (RO)
USU A-1321b. M. C. Merrill in academic robes. (RO)
USU A-1322a. Nibley Hall, Brigham Young College in Logan, Utah, ca. 1907. (RO)
USU A-1322b. Young boy on a horse and a dog sitting on the ground outside of a building. (RO)
USU A-1323a. Two men participating in the hurdles event in a Track and Field meet held on the track running north-south on the west side of the Quad, directly behind Old Main, ca. 1908. Enlarged image of USU A-1323a. (RO)
USU A-1323b. Two men participating in the hurdles event in a Track and Field meet held on the track running north-south on the west side of the Quad, directly behind Old Main, ca. 1908. (RO)
USU A-1324. Six members sitting in the Sigma Chi Fraternity house, ca. 1940.
USU A-1325a. Sigma Chi Fraternity house groundbreaking ceremony.
USU A-1325b. Men digging dirt at the Sigma Chi Fraternity house groundbreaking ceremony.
USU A-1326. Sigma Chi consuls in the Gamma Kappa Chapter, 1926-1951: (beginning at the top, from L to R) John Francis Glim, Ferris Wakefield Miles, Leland L. Skanchy, Reed Bullen, Charles M. Griffiths, Emerson Abbot, Robert Hadfield, Edward Anderson, John Peterson, John Stewart, LeRoy Anderson, Miller Lyon, Sherman Lloyd, Phillip Bullen, Ralph Wakley, Kent Ryan, Jack Watson, Clair Nelson, Garr Thompson, Wade Miles, Conway Sonne, Dick Ryan, Dale Olsen, J. T. Abbott, Jean B. Carlos, George Weaton, Burns Crookston, Lloyd Mechem, Harold Capener, Mel Manning, Lorenzo "Dick" Howard, Kenneth R. Lindsay, William Ryan, Norvel Hansen, and Gary Thuerer.
USU A-1327. Sigma Chi presidents in the USU Chapter, 1951-1973: (beginning at top, from L to R) Bob Murray, Sam Worley, Daryl Nord, Rex Skanchy, Rod Jensen, Ray Eliason, Steve Hayward, Ron Hansen, John VanDerfold, Jim Cole, Mark Sorensen, Odell Nord, Hank Christiansen, Boyd Hansen, Mike Davis, Devere Watkins, Bob Gibbons, John Giboney, Don Crockett, Thed Parson, Tony Eyre, Bill Shurtliff, John Waters, Roger Baird, Bruce McCandless, Art Smith, Ralph Crockett, Steve Jensen, Kent Hansen, Tom Peterson, Mark Jensen, Doug Robinson, Don Sorensen, John Lemperle, Brent Craven, Brett Bullen, Tyler McNeil, Robert Grame, Kevin Jensen, Greg Thorpe, Robert Lauriski, Jody Burnett, Blake Martinson, Eric Hale, Scott Gunnell, Al Morgan, Clyde Daines, and Jerry Nelson.
USU A-1328. Sigma Chi Fraternity Chapter room, 1948.
USU A-1329. MISSING.
USU A-1330. Raising the flag at the Sigma Alpha house, marking the national affiliation with Sigma Chi, 1926. The house formerly belonged to Moses Thatcher, Sr. See also Buzzer 1926, p. 205.
USU A-1331a. Sigma Chi Fraternity in ceremonial robes purchased in 1906.
USU A-1331b. "Coach Dick Romney, Captain Kent Ryan, Red Wade, and Eddie Peterson being introduced to C. B. S. listeners by Major [Wayne Edward] Bowes," 1937. Photograph signed by Major Wayne Edward Bowes and addressed to Eddie Peterson. See also Buzzer 1937, p. 275.
USU A-1332a. Sigma Chi Fraternity house, August 12, 1940.
USU A-1332b. Lighted "A" for the Sigma Chi Homecoming.
USU A-1333. J. Frank Glim (right) of Gamma Kappa's first council receiving the key of Sigma Chi from the Grand Trustee Frank L. Grant.
USU A-1334. Banquet at the Bluebird following the installation of Sigma Alpha to the national organization Sigma Chi, 1926. See also Buzzer 1926, p. 205.
USU A-1335a. Sigma Chi Fraternity house, ca. 1950s.
USU A-1335b. Fraternity house under construction.
USU A-1336. Sigma Chi Fraternity, 1926, including: (kneeling) J. Frank Gimlin, Jr., Lloyd N. Davis, Glenn S. Stanger, J. Floyd Thomas, Elgin J. Jackson, John McCune, Wilber E. Thain, Ray J. Dawson, Joseph B. LoSee, Ervin C. Harris, Leonard H. Layton, Ward R. McAlister, Ray L. Alston, Marcus C. Child, Roland B. Smith, R. S. Belnap, LaPhene Petersen, Charles W. Nibley III, Frank A. Christensen, A. Hulme Nebeker, Theodore E. Thain, (standing) Charles G. Olsen, Osmond O. Jorgensen, A. W. Hatch, James B. White, Chester Knudsen, George A. Ward, Irvin Hull, Miles J. Browning, Earl A. Randall, Paul C. Layton, Warren W. Knudsen, S. Grover Rich, E. E. Johnson, Wallace B. Parkinson, J. Eastman Hatch, Conrad T. Quinney, W. M. Hansen, D. Earl Robinson, Stanley Hall, Maurice R. Conroy, O. Cyril Hammond, Albert C. Titus, Paul F. Dorius, William B. Hayward, Edward W. Hadfield, Earl N. Jensen, Reed Bullen, Wilmer J. Nelson, W. Leland Skanchy, Charles M. Griffin, Leland McNiel, Lyman L. Bennion, Joseph R. Jensen, Parley E. Peterson, Willis H. Hayward, Jack B. Wright, Waldo M. Hatch, Albert G. Stanger, Asa Bullen, J. Henry Thain, Sterling R. Harris, Orval W. Adams, Floyd J. Knudsen, and Vard Zabriskie. Members of Sigma Chi who were probably not present in the photograph are: Luther M. Howell, Marriner S. Eccles, Chelsey P. Seeley, Bryant Bullen, S. J. Quinney, J. Clyde Worley, William E. Riter, O. Guy Cardon, Will W. Bowman, Robert E. Griffiths, Kersey C. Riter, Moses F. Cowley, Conrad J. Odell, J. Randolph Riter, Charles J. Hart, E. Virgil Norton, Noel Bennion, J. Warren Hawley, and Russell E. Berntson. See also Buzzer 1926, p. 205.
USU A-1337. Dr. McLean addressing the dedication of Sigma Chi, 1950s.
USU A-1338. A corner of English Professor McEwans' office in the Experiment Station, ca. 1903. (RO)
USU A-1339. Interior view of the Old Main chapel, one of a series of Cache Valley photos taken by James H. Crockwell for the Chicago Worlds Fair, July 1892. See also The Journal July 30, 1892. See also USU A-1957. (RO)
USU A-1340. Group of seventeen men, early 1880s.
USU A-1341. Interior view of the Merrill Library* Reading Room, 1948.
USU A-1342. Woodworking class in the basement of the north wing of Old Main, ca. 1905.
USU A-1343. Interior view of the Library Reading Room on the west front of the second floor of Old Main, ca. 1909. Compare with USU A-1428. See also P0014 1:134. (RO)
USU A-1344. Interior view of the Library on the second floor of Old Main, directly above the President's office, ca. 1905. See also P0014 1:136. (RO)
USU A-1345. Each class planted trees on Old Main Hill* on Arbor Day, April 15, 1913. See also Student Life April 18, 1913, p. 8. See also USU A-1353. (RO)
USU A-1346a. President's office in Old Main, 1896. (RO)
USU A-1346b. President's office in Old Main, 1896. (RO)
USU A-1347. View of campus looking east from 600 East St. and 500 North St., 1899. Notice that the west tower of Old Main has not been completed yet.
USU A-1348. Library Reading Room on the second floor of Old Main, directly over the President's office, ca. 1905. (RO)
USU A-1349. Lathes, saws, and drills operated by belts from a single power source in the power room in the Mechanic Arts Building, ca. 1903. (RO)
USU A-1350. ACU Basketball team, 1904. (2 copies.) See also ACU Catalogue, 1904-05.
USU A-1351. University Annex*, ca. 1895. See USU A-0026. (RO)
USU A-1352. Group standing outside of Old Main, including E. G. Peterson (listed as number 1), ca. 1900.
USU A-1353. Each class planting trees on Old Main Hill* on Arbor Day, April 15, 1913. Note band positioned west of Old Main. See also Student Life April 18, 1913, p. 8. See also USU A-1345. (RO)
USU A-1354. Rows in a field.
USU A-1355. View of Cache Valley looking southeast from Old Main Hill*, including the LDS Logan Temple.
USU A-1356. First members of the honorary photographic fraternity Kappa Alpha Mu, 1948: Dick Anderson, Ed Johnson, Carl Vaterlaus, and John Bullock.
USU A-1357. Library Reading Room located in the north wing of Old Main, 1894. Photo used to illustrate the 1894-95 Catalog.
USU A-1358. Group of men and women standing outside of a building, 1890s.
USU A-1359. Students in the Library Reading Room, located in the north wing of Old Main, 1903. Librarian Sarah Brown Goodwin (Mrs. C. I. Goodwin) behind the loan desk. See also P0014 7:171.
USU A-1360. View of the Merrill Library* from the northwest, 1940s.
USU A-1361a. Iranian students posing with University President Daryl Chase on the lawn of the President's residence*, 1960s.
USU A-1361b. Interior view of the Merrill Library* showing the loan desk with reserve books on the center range, 1930.
USU A-1362. Two pigs, subjects of a feed experiment, 1890s. Photograph accompanied by a list of the pigs' average weight gain over a period of 91 days.
USU A-1363. Two pigs, subjects of a feed experiment, 1890s. Photograph accompanied by a list of the pigs' average weight gain over a period of 91 days.
USU A-1364. Two pigs, subjects of a feed experiment, 1890s. Photograph accompanied by a list of the pigs' average weight gain over a period of 91 days.
USU A-1365. Interior of the office of John A. Widstoe in the Experiment Station, when he was the Director of the Utah Agricultural Experiment Station from 1900-1905, photo taken ca. 1902. See also P0014 2:06:03, 7:113, and 7:163.
USU A-1366. Library reading room on north side of the central section of Old Main, directly over the president's office, ca. 1905. (RO)
USU A-1367a. Groundbreaking for the Home Management house on the corner of 500 North St. and 700 East St., 1926.
USU A-1367b. Campaign posters for student government elections, 1926. See also Buzzer 1926, p. 202.
USU A-1368a. View of Old Main tower from the west.
USU A-1368b. Two men in academic robes standing on the "A" outside of Old Main.
USU A-1369. Old Main, viewed from the west atop the John T. Caine house, 1905.
USU A-1370a. Parade of male cadets on the brow of Old Main Hill*, ca. 1893. (RO)
USU A-1370b. Parade of male cadets on the brow of Old Main Hill*, ca. 1893. (RO)
USU A-1371a. Student body posed south of Old Main, fall 1893. (RO)
USU A-1371b. Military Cadet Corps drawn in ranks west of Old Main, fall 1893. (RO)
USU A-1372a. ACU band posed south of Old Main, 1893. (RO)
USU A-1372b. Preston, Idaho, high school band posed outside of Old Main, May 3, 1935. (RO)
USU A-1373a. Female cadets lined in formation on Old Main Hill*, fall 1893. (RO)
USU A-1373b. Student body posed outside the south wing of Old Main, spring 1892. (RO)
USU A-1374. Two pigs, subjects of a feed experiment, 1890s. Photograph accompanied by a list of the pigs' average weight gain over a period of 91 days.
USU A-1375. Experiment Station Building, 1892.
USU A-1376. USAC faculty group portrait in the amphitheatre, 1938.
USU A-1377. English faculty, including Abbie Marlott and John T. Caine, posed inside a room of the Experiment Station, 1901. (RO) See also P0014 3:06:16 and 7:164.
USU A-1378. MISSING.
USU A-1379. Unidentified man sitting behind desk. Photograph compliments of H.W. Simes of Hindon, Minnesota. (RO)
USU A-1380. President Joseph M. Tanner seated in the President's office in the south wing of Old Main, ca. 1898. (RO) See also P0014 1:086, 2:04:04, and 7:65.
USU A-1381a. Merrill Library* north main entrance, 1930s.
USU A-1381b. Storage shelving attic for the library in the Plant Industry Building, 1950s. Collection later moved to the basement of the USAC Auxiliary Library.
USU A-1382. Woman at table marking sewing pattern, ca. 1902. See also P0014 1:01:03, 1:02:03, and 8:72. See also ACU Catalogue, 1902-03.
USU A-1383. MISSING.
USU A-1384. Dressmaking class located on the second floor of the south wing of Old Main, ca. 1903.
USU A-1385. Woman at sewing table gathering ruffles for a dress, ca. 1902. See also P0014 1:01:02, 1:02:02, and 8:71. See also ACU Catalogue, 1902-03.
USU A-1386. Woman at table sewing by hand, skirt of dress hanging on mannequin in background, ca. 1902. See also P0014 1:01:01, 1:02:01, and 8:73. See also ACU Catalogue, 1902-03.
USU A-1387. Man operating a separator in a dairy, ca. 1903. See also P0014 1:03:03, 1:04:04, and 8:126.
USU A-1388. MISSING.
USU A-1389. MISSING.
USU A-1390. Women laundering clothes in a class, with some hanging clothes in dryer and bottles of starch sitting on table, basement of the north wing of Old Main, ca. 1902. See also P0014 2:07:10, 2:07:11, and 8:202.
USU A-1391. MISSING.
USU A-1392a. Groundbreaking ceremonies for Nibley Hall, Brigham Young College, in Logan, Utah.
USU A-1392b. Skiing on Old Main Hill*, 1920s.
USU A-1393a. Glee Club, twenty-seven senior class students posing outside of a building, probably the Mechanic Arts Building, 1926. See also Buzzer 1926, p. 201.
USU A-1393b. Home Economics club, including: (Top row, L to R) Jean Woodsides, Laura Peters, Effie Webb, Afton Parrish, Alberta Porter, Goldie Faux, May Isaacson, and Etelka White; (second row, L to R) Hortense Hansen, Ethel Hale, Elena Smith, Alta Calvert, Naomi Reese, Hedvig Benson, Veda Cooper, Mary Shaw, and Pearl Nielsen; and (third row, L to R) Lillian S. Elder, Ellen Agreen, Nellie Barker, Effie Warnick, Othelia Petersen, Anna Taylor, and LaRue Carson, 1913-1914.
USU A-1394a. Students outlining their class graduation year, 1914.
USU A-1394b. View of west side of Old Main and southern portion of Old Main Hill*.
USU A-1395a. Gordon Kirby, member of the 1912 UAC varsity football team, 1912.
USU A-1395b. Ray Benedict West (Ray B. West), dean of Engineering.
USU A-1396. Cattle judging at the Greenville Experiment Station Farm for the Dairy Days, July 23, 1932.
USU A-1397. Artillery piece and corps flag on the lawn west of the north wing of Old Main, ca. 1905.
USU A-1398a. Small chick standing next to a broken egg shell.
USU A-1398b. Two sticks.
USU A-1399. Shocks of wheat at the Greenville Experiment Station Farm, ca. 1907.
USU A-1400. Sow and farrow at the Greenville Experiment Station Farm, ca. 1907.
USU A-1401. Man holding a "UAC" sign standing in front of an airplane with the words "Airways Kelly Field" written on its side. See Hart, Hometown Album, #746.
USU A-1402. South wing of Old Main, as built in 1889 before the construction of the rest of the building, 1892. Detail photograph of USU A-0071.
USU A-1403. MISSING.
USU A-1404a. Aerial view of central campus looking west with Logan in the center distance, 1978.
USU A-1404b. Architect's sketch of the Bacteriology Building, November 18, 1966.
USU A-1405. Aerial view of campus looking north over the entire campus, including the newly constructed Student Union Building*, 1952.
USU A-1406. Karl C. Schaub's architectural drawing of Old Main, 1892. See also USU A-0002 and USU A-1994a
USU A-1407a. Pearl S. Buck standing at a podium, 1969.
USU A-1407b. Actor in the play "The Physicist," 1969.
USU A-1408a. Phyllis P. Taggart.
USU A-1408b. University President Glen L. Taggart.
USU A-1409a. Upper hallway connecting the north and south wings of the Engineering Building, 1960s.
USU A-1409b. Man riding a bull in a rodeo.
USU A-1410a. Nate Williams, member of the basketball team, 1970-71.
USU A-1410b. Robert Lauriski, member of the basketball team, 1970-71.
USU A-1411. Merlin Olsen, member of the football team, 1960s.
USU A-1412. Dale Brown, LaDell Andersen, and Dutch Bellnap, basketball coaches, 1968-69.
USU A-1413a. Students and faculty at Registration Day, 1969.
USU A-1413b. Helen Tanner with six young students at the Edith Bowen school, ca. 1971.
USU A-1414a. Student in the Newman Center, 1969.
USU A-1414b. Student studying in the dorm lounge.
USU A-1414c. Four men playing instruments in front of a Christmas tree at the Newman Center.
USU A-1414d. Students in the Juniper Lounge in the Student Union Center.
USU A-1415. Winter view from the steps of the Student Union Center with Widstoe Hall to the left and the Smart Gymnasium to the right.
USU A-1416. Twelve members of the Village Voices group, ca. 1969, including: Kris Jones, Stewart Burt, Marsha Bastow, Phil Christensen, Teri Wright, and Carolyn Tanner.
USU A-1417. Merlin Olsen in a Los Angeles Rams uniform, 1960s.
USU A-1418. Architectural drawing of the Spectrum, ca. 1964.
USU A-1419a. View of students on the Quad from Old Main, 1970s.
USU A-1419b. Demolition of the University Annex*, fall 1970.
USU A-1420. Exercises at the opening of ACU for the 1903-04 school year, 1903. First such assembly in the Old Main auditorium. See also P0014 1:142.
USU A-1421. College choir, ca. 1902.
USU A-1422. Inspection of the Military Cadet Corps. on the lawn west of the Mechanic Arts Building, ca. 1902.
USU A-1423. Women's physical education class located in the gymnasium on the third floor of the north wing of Old Main, ca. 1902.
USU A-1424. ACU football team, 1902, including: (seated) Crawford, Egbert, Kirk, Sidwell, Gardner, Madsen, Findlay, (kneeling) Fenn, Santschi, Smith, Howes, (standing) Jardine, Mortesen, Lemmon, Nebeker, Kelly, Tuttle, Snow, and Adams. See also Student Life, vol. 1 , November 1902, p. 9. See also P0014 7:165 and 7:166.
USU A-1425. Twenty-seven members of a chemistry class, 1903, including Charles T. Darley in the middle of the last row and Professor John A. Widstoe standing at the extreme left. See also P0014 2:05:12, 2:05:13, and 8:24.
USU A-1426. MISSING.
USU A-1427. Members of the 1903 track team posing with a trophy won at the intracollege track meet where the Engineering students beat the Agriculturalist students 49 to 37. Charles T. Darley featured second from the left on the front row. See also Student Life, Vol. 2, no. 7, April 1904, p. 211.
USU A-1428. Students in the reading room, located on the second floor of the north wing of the Merrill Library*, 1903. See also Student Life Vol. 1, January 1903, p. 60. See also USU A-0762, USU A-1343, and USU A-1359. See also P0014 7:171.
USU A-1429. Students in the Mechanical Drawing room, or possibly the Civil Engineering/Draughting room, ca. 1902. See also P0014 7:07, 7:08, and 7:149.
USU A-1430. Hammer thrower.
USU A-1431. Military Cadet Corps exercises on the lawn west of the Mechanic Arts Building, ca. 1902.
USU A-1432. Three members of the American Folk Ballet during the 1968 National Tour. The ballet was under the management of Robert T. Gaus Associates.
USU A-1433. University President Glen L. Taggart speaking at Commencement Exercises, 1976 . (Color photo.)
USU A-1434. MISSING.
USU A-1435. Jane Tibbals and J. D. Jarris in academic robes after Commencement Exercises, 1976. (Color photo.)
USU A-1436. Academic Commencement Procession, ca. 1974. (Color photo.)
USU A-1437. MISSING.
USU A-1438. MISSING.
USU A-1439. Snell Olsen and J. D. Harris in academic robes, Commencement Exercises, 1976. (Color photo.)
USU A-1440. MISSING.
USU A-1441. University President Glen L. Taggart speaking a podium with William Loos, Jane Tibbals, J.D. Harris, and Gerald Sherratt standing in the background during Commencement Exercises, 1976. (Color photo.)
USU A-1442. University President Glen L. Taggart and his wife Phyllis Taggart greeting people, 1976. (Color photo.)
USU A-1443. 1976 Commencement Exercises, including University President Glen L. Taggart, William Lye, Richard Swenson, Gerald Sherratt, and J. D. Harris. (Color photo.)
USU A-1444a. Plant Research Building, 1978. Photograph gift of the Herald Journal.
USU A-1444b. Student Union Building*, 1978. Photograph gift of the Herald Journal.
USU A-1445. Aerial view of central campus looking east, including Old Main, the Quad, and the Merrill Library*, 1968. Photograph gift of the Herald Journal, 1978.
USU A-1446. Scaffolding for laying the bricks on the south west corner of the newly expanded Merrill Library*, 1967. Photograph gift of the Herald Journal, 1978.
USU A-1447. Valley View Tower and Mountain View Tower dormitories behind the Edith Bowen Laboratory School, ca. 1978. Photograph gift of the Herald Journal, 1978.
USU A-1448. University President Daryl Chase and librarian Milton C. Abrams opening the cornerstone of the 1930 library building during the expansion of the Merrill Library*, 1966.
USU A-1449. USU Institutional Council, 1978-79, including: (top row, L to R) Chairman Glenn J. Mecham, Vice-Chairman Jane S. Tibbals, W.B. Robins, Leah D. Parkinson, Leonard W. McDonald, (bottom row, L to R) R. Keith Binford, Roy L. Homan, Merrill J. Millett, R. Dean Udy, Eric V. Smart, and Secretary to the Council L. Mark Neuberger. (2 copies.)
USU A-1450. Elizabeth Church Smith, UAC faculty member and college librarian, 1903-1917.
USU A-1451. Claire Kenyon, ACU faculty member, 1892-1897. Miss Kenyon was the third college librarian, a teacher of Elocution, instructor of Physical Culture, and the first Physical Education instructor at the college.
USU A-1452. Leonard H. Kirkpatrick, USAC librarian from 1938-1939.
USU A-1453. USAC Library reading room, ca. 1953.
USU A-1454. USU Institutional Council, 1978-79, including: (seated, L to R) Provost R. Garth Hansen, Lead D. Parkinson, Vice Chairman Jane S. Tibbals, University President Stanford Cazier, (standing, L to R) Secretary Mark L. Neuberger, ASUSU President Lester K. Essig, Keith Binford, Merrill J. Millett, W. B. Robins, Alumni President Deon Udy, Leonard W. McDonald, and Roy L. Holman. (Color photo.)
USU A-1455. King Hendricks, USAC Librarian and professor of English, 1946.
USU A-1456. Hattie Smith, assistant in the library, 1909. See also Buzzer 1909, p. 33.
USU A-1457a. Two men working in a kitchen.
USU A-1457b. Fourteen female dancers performing outdoors.
USU A-1457c. Two men bowling.
USU A-1457d. Group of people swimming and diving into a pool.
USU A-1458a. Four male students studying in a room, probably in the Student Union Building*.
USU A-1458b. Group of students studying in a lounge, probably in the Student Union Building*.
USU A-1459a. 1915 track and field team: Gronway Perry, manager; Andy W. Anderson, distance; Hugh M. Peterson, sprints; Tura M. Aldous, hurdles; and Joseph Snow, weights. This was the first men's track team to represent the Agricultural College of Utah in the Rocky Mountain Conference. The event took place in Denver, Colorado, on May 15, 1915. See also USU A-0680.
USU A-1459b. Andy Anderson, finishing 880 yd. run, at the state track meet in Logan, Utah, on May 8, 1915. Time: 2 minutes, 1 second. See also USU A-0677.
USU A-1460. Student Union Building*, under construction, 1965. New additions were added to the building from 1963-65.
USU A-1461. Architectural drawing of the new Romney Stadium by G. Eugene Haycock & Associates, 1966.
USU A-1462. Military review on the Quad during World War II, 1940s.
USU A-1463a. Merrill Library* under construction for expansion, 1966. Shows the reconstruction of the 1930 building and its incorporation into the 1963 building.
USU A-1463b. Merrill Library* under construction for expansion, 1966. Shows the reconstruction of the 1930 building and its incorporation into the 1963 building.
USU A-1464a. Reception of Bolivian President Rene Barrientos just outside of his airplane on his visit to USU, July 7, 1968.
USU A-1464b. Bolivian President Rene Barrientos addressing a special convocation after receiving an honorary Doctorate of Law degree, 1968.
USU A-1465. MISSING.
USU A-1466. Aerial view of central campus looking northwest, 1955.
USU A-1467. Aerial view of campus, 1950s.
USU A-1468. Group of men posing outside of an ivy-covered building, including: (front row, L to R) Ransom, Gillbaugh, Reeves, Walters, Walker, Lisles, Bockman, Broadbent, Whittaker, Sayre, (middle row, L to R) Brown, Lee, Morris, Green, Sauer, Burgoyne, McComes, Painter, Tobin, Zimmeral (back row, L to R) Norton, Jordon, Wilcox, Lloyd, Stewart, Case, Willis, Taylor, Atchley, Mosler, Bain, Huddleson, Johnson, Ackerman, and Owen. Photograph contributed by Charles R. Petersen, nephew of David A. Burgoyne.
USU A-1469. Group of nineteen men seated in a room and around a table headed by University President Glen L. Taggart, 1970s.
USU A-1470. View of the LDS First Stake Center, also known as the "Golden Toaster," from the northwest. Photograph gift of the Herald Journal, September 1978.
USU A-1471. View of a large group of students filling the amphitheatre on Old Main Hill*, 1960s. Photograph gift of the Herald Journal, September 1978.
USU A-1472a. View looking east of the construction of Romney Stadium, 1969. Photograph gift of the Herald Journal, September 1978.
USU A-1472b. St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic parish and Newman Center, chapel dedicated to St. Jerome. Located on the west side of 800 East St. at 795 North, ca. 1969. Photograph gift of the Herald Journal, September 1978.
USU A-1473. Student Body Officers, 1965: (Top row, L to R) Lear Thorpe (Financial Vice President), Ken Rich (ASUSU President), and Mike Mazuran (Cultural Vice President). (Bottom row, L to R) Kaye Thompson (ASUSU Secretary) and Linda Zollinger (Social Vice President). See also Buzzer 1965, p. 30-1.
USU A-1474. John C. Carlisle and University President Daryl Chase giving an award to another man on stage.
USU A-1475. Woman sitting under a tree at the bottom of the steps leading toward the amphitheatre on Old Main Hill*.
USU A-1476. Summer school faculty posing in the amphitheatre on Old Main Hill*, with John C. Carlisle standing and L. Mark Neuberger sitting in the center. View of Old Main in the background.
USU A-1477. View of Old Main Hill* looking south along the brow of the hill with the Mechanic Arts Building at the left, 1940s.
USU A-1478a. Family Life Institute. John C. Carlisle standing on the left.
USU A-1478b. Arlene Meyer, Junior Prom Queen, 1953. See Buzzer 1954, p. 186 for more information.
USU A-1479a. Annual Aggie Ranger hike, 1952. Some fifty students were taken into a primitive area of Yellowstone Park after weeks of preparation on campus. See also Buzzer 1952, p. 111.
USU A-1479b. Tennis class at USU, 1950s.
USU A-1480. Student Union Building*, featuring on the wall an inlaid college logo in the stylized initials of the college USAC, ca. 1954.
USU A-1481. View of the West Tower of Old Main from the northwest, 1950s.
USU A-1482. View of Old Main from the tennis courts on the northeast side, 1950s. The hipped-roofed building between the courts and Old Main was the dairy. Built in the 1890s, the dairy was torn down in the 1950s.
USU A-1483. View of Old Main Hill* looking up towards Old Main from the southwest corner of campus, 1940s.
USU A-1484. Senior class of 1914 seated on the sidewalk below the President's Residence*, 1914. Cannon J. Kenneth included in shot.
USU A-1485. View of the south wing of Old Main, Mechanic Arts Building, and southeast Cache Valley from the West Tower of Old Main, 1951. Photo by H. Reuben Reynolds.
USU A-1486. View of the south side of the Quad from the west tower of Old Main, 1951. Photo by H. Reuben Reynolds.
USU A-1487. View of the west tower of Old Main looking up Old Main Hill* from the southwest corner, ca. 1948.
USU A-1488. Woman holding a puppet in an art workshop.
USU A-1489. Three women holding art creations at an art workshop.
USU A-1490. Close-up view of three students standing in the entrance of Lund Hall, 1940s.
USU A-1491. Mrs. Sarah Godwin Brown Goodwin, college librarian from 1890-94 and 1896-1904. Photo taken in 1903 when library was in the northern wing of Old Main.
USU A-1492. E.L. "Dick" Romney, former USU Head Coach and recipient of an honorary doctorate degree, speaking with an unidentified man, 1960.
USU A-1493. Faculty and chairmen of the conferences in the Summer School. From L to R, they are Una Vermillion, H. Reuben Reynolds, Dr. John C. Carlisle, Moyle Q. Rice, H.B. Hunsaker, Kenneth R. Stevens, Edith Shaw, and Pearl Budge. See also Buzzer 1955, p. 254.
USU A-1494. View of Old Main Hill* with Old Main in the background, 1950s.
USU A-1495a. Three men speaking, including John C. Carlisle, Dean of the College of Education, in the middle.
USU A-1495b. Three men behind a desk, including John C. Carlisle, Dean of the College of Education, in the middle.
USU A-1496. Military Inspection and Review Day on the Quad, 1950s.
USU A-1497. John C. Carlisle, Dean of the College of Education, with a man and a woman watching another man play the piano.
USU A-1498. View of the President's Residence* from the southwest showing the Smart Gymnasium in the background, ca. 1960.
USU A-1499. "In 'Gianni Schicchi' Don Becker plays the lead. A romance buds between Kathryn Armstrong and Orville Holley. Other members are Amelia Beecher, Larry Winger, Nanette Gibbons, Genevieve Fonnesbeck, Glen Haddock, and Richard Jensen." See also Buzzer 1955, p. 26.
USU A-1500a. Two men speaking.
USU A-1500b. John C. Carlisle, Dean of the College of Education and another man seated at the table.
USU A-1500c. John C. Carlisle, Dean of the College of Education with looking at a piece of paper with two other men.
USU A-1501. Outdoor physical education class, 1940s.
USU A-1502a. John C. Carlisle, Dean of the College of Education, shown in the middle, talking with two unidentified men.
USU A-1502b. Prom chairwoman Maurine Johnson and escort Bob Turley at the Promenade, 1950s.
USU A-1503. Two women and three men walking down the stairs on Old Main Hill*, including John C. Carlisle, Dean of the College of Education, on the far right, and Coach Romney in the center, 1950s.
USU A-1504. Technology Building, built in 1949, shown here in 1950s.
USU A-1505. Woman holding open curtains to look out of the window, 1950s.
USU A-1506a. Members of the ROTC training to use a piece of military artillery, 1960s.
USU A-1506b. ROTC officer instructing four other ROTC members.
USU A-1507. University Annex*, ca. 1901. See also P0014 1:199.
USU A-1508. Radio TV Quonset, 1950s. Building, erected ca. 1941, was one of a series of World War II Quonsets built as emergency housing on the USAC campus.
USU A-1509. Frederick P. Champ, member of the Board of Trustees, speaking at the celebration marking the laying of the Merrill Library* cornerstone, 1930.
USU A-1510. MISSING.
USU A-1511a. Nine members of the Gamma XI Gamma sorority posed next to a bush, ca. 1924. Members of the sorority included: Mable Fry, Ruth Horsley Chadwick, Thelma Fogelberg, Ardella Smith, Bessie Jones, Amelia Hansen, Claudia Funk, E. Burnham, Surgene Benson, Gwen Page, Dorothy Spande, Louise Symes, Adelaide Page, Myrtle Crabtree, Beth Hadfield, Agnes Williams, Letha Lowe, Thora Baldwin, Mary Watkins, Lorraine Raymond, and Josephine Woodside. See also Buzzer 1924.
USU A-1511b. Nine members of the Gamma XI Gamma sorority posed next to an automobile, ca. 1924. Members of the sorority included: Mable Fry, Ruth Horsley Chadwick, Thelma Fogelberg, Ardella Smith, Bessie Jones, Amelia Hansen, Claudia Funk, E. Burnham, Surgene Benson, Gwen Page, Dorothy Spande, Louise Symes, Adelaide Page, Myrtle Crabtree, Beth Hadfield, Agnes Williams, Letha Lowe, Thora Baldwin, Mary Watkins, Lorraine Raymond, and Josephine Woodside. See also Buzzer 1924.
USU A-1511c. Member of the Gamma Xi Gamma sorority posed next to a fire hydrant, 1924. Members of the sorority included: Mable Fry, Ruth Horsley Chadwick, Thelma Fogelberg, Ardella Smith, Bessie Jones, Amelia Hansen, Claudia Funk, E. Burnham, Surgene Benson, Gwen Page, Dorothy Spande, Louise Symes, Adelaide Page, Myrtle Crabtree, Beth Hadfield, Agnes Williams, Letha Lowe, Thora Baldwin, Mary Watkins, Lorraine Raymond, and Josephine Woodside. See Buzzer 1924.
USU A-1511d. Member of the Gamma Xi Gamma sorority posed next to a building, probably Old Main, ca. 1924. Members of the sorority included: Mable Fry, Ruth Horsley Chadwick, Thelma Fogelberg, Ardella Smith, Bessie Jones, Amelia Hansen, Claudia Funk, E. Burnham, Surgene Benson, Gwen Page, Dorothy Spande, Louise Symes, Adelaide Page, Myrtle Crabtree, Beth Hadfield, Agnes Williams, Letha Lowe, Thora Baldwin, Mary Watkins, Lorraine Raymond, and Josephine Woodside. See also Buzzer 1924.
USU A-1511e. Woman seated on the concrete "Aggie-A," on the south side of Old Main, ca. 1920. See also USU A-2019.
USU A-1512. Group of eight people in the creamery in the basement of the north wing of Old Main, ca. 1902.
USU A-1513. Five men in a machine shop in the Mechanic Arts Building, ca. 1903.
USU A-1514. Old Main decorated with flags of the allied nations on the occasion of the return of the 145th Field Artillery to Logan for demobilization, January 16, 1919. See also USU A-0116, USU A-136, USU A-0191-a, USU A-1515 and USU A-1516. See also Buzzer 1919, p. 142-148.
USU A-1515. Old Main decorated with flags of the allied nations on the occasion of the return of the 145th Field Artillery to Logan for demobilization, January 16, 1919. See also USU A-0116, USU A-136, USU A-0191-a, USU A-1514, and USU A-1516. See also Buzzer 1919, p. 142-148.
USU A-1516. Old Main decorated with flags of the allied nations on the occasion of the return of the 145th Field Artillery to Logan for demobilization, January 16, 1919. See also USU A-0116, USU A-136, USU A-0191-a, USU A-1514, and USU A-1515. See also Buzzer 1919, p. 142-148.
USU A-1517. Reviewing line for the demobilization of the 145th Field Artillery, including USAC President E. G. Peterson, Lorenzo N. Stohl, H. E. Gov. Simon Bamburger, and John T. Caine, Jr., January 16, 1919.
USU A-1518. Installation of the S.A.T.C. at the UAC, October 1, 1918. Engineering Building (later the Education and English Building) under construction in the background. See also USU A-1083. See also Buzzer 1919, p. 142 ff.
USU A-1519. Class of 1927 posed on the steps of Old Main with USAC President E. G. Peterson, and A. W. Ivins, President of the Board of Trustees, 1927.
USU A-1520. View of the construction of the University Inn from the roof of the Plant Science Building. The parking terrace, in the upper left corner, is also under construction, 1980.
USU A-1521. William Hagen, 1970s.
USU A-1522. Richard H. Dillon, visiting faculty member, Western Writers' Conference, 1970s.
USU A-1523. Scott Momaday, guest speaker for Indian Week, 1970-71.
USU A-1524. Pamela Herr, visiting faculty member, Western Writers' Conference, 1970s
USU A-1525. Sally Arteseros, Senior Editor at Doubleday & Co. and participant in the Western Writers' Conference, 1976.
USU A-1526. Richard P. Scowcroft, Director of Creative Writing at Stanford University, visiting faculty member, Western Writers' Conference, 1970s.
USU A-1527. William Decker, Executive Director of Viking Press and participant in the Western Writers Conference, 1976.
USU A-1528. Ashbel Green, Senior Vice-President and Senior Editor, Alfred A Knopf, and participant in the Western Writers' Conference, 1976.
USU A-1529. Ann Stanford, guest, Western Writers' Conference, 1970s. .
USU A-1530. Rodello Hunter, guest, Western Writers' Conference, 1970s.
USU A-1531. Frederick Manfred (man holding his knees) speaks to participants at the Logan Canyon "cookout," Western Writers' Conference, 1974. See also USU A-1540.
USU A-1532. Wallace Stegner, Howard LaMar, Keith Wilson, and Frederick Manfred speaking at the Western Writers' Conference, 1972. See also USU A-1545.
USU A-1533. Man and a woman speaking together, possibly at the Western Writer's Conference, 1970s.
USU A-1534. Ray Benedict West, Jr., Western Writers' Conference, ca. 1972. See also USU A-1541.
USU A-1535. Keith W. Brewer, member of the USU English Department, 1968. See also USU A-1541.
USU A-1536. Roberta S. Stearman, member of the USU English Department, 1961. See also USU A-1541.
USU A-1537. Alice Hart (left) and Lu West, participants in the Western Writers' Conference, ca. 1972. See also USU A-1541 and See also USU A-1544.
USU A-1538. John A. Scherting, member of the USU English Department, ca. 1972. See also USU A-1541.
USU A-1539. Scenes from the Western Writers' Conference, 1970s. 120 mm. negative proof sheet.
USU A-1540. Scenes from the Logan Canyon "cookout" for the Western Writers' Conference, including photographs of Frederick Manfeld and Wallace Stegner, 1970s. 120 mm. negative proof sheet. See also USU A-1531.
USU A-1541. Scenes from the Western Writers' Conference, including Frederick Bendedict West, Jr., Kenneth W. Brewer, Roberta S. Stearman, Lu West, and John A. Scherting, ca. 1972. 35 mm. negative proof sheet. See also USU A-1534, USU A-1535, USU A-1536, USU A-1537, and USU A-1538.
USU A-1542. Scenes from the Western Writers' Conference, including Wallace Stegner, 1970s. 35 mm. negative proof sheet.
USU A-1543. Scenes from the Western Writers' Conference, 1970s. 35 mm. negative proof sheet.
USU A-1544. Scenes from the Logan Canyon "cookout" for the Western Writers' Conference, including Lu West, Alice Hart, and Ray Benedict West, Jr. 35 mm. negative proof sheet. See also USU A-1537.
USU A-1545. Scenes from the Western Writers' Conference, including Wallace Stegner, Howard LaMar, Keith Wilson, and Frederick Manfred speaking in a panel discussion, 1972. 35 mm. negative proof sheet. See also USU A-1532.
USU A-1546. Scenes from the Western Writers' Conference, including Wallace Stegner, and Commencement Exercises in the Spectrum, 1970s. 35 mm. negative proof sheet. See also USU A-1246.
USU A-1547. Chemistry classroom located in the south wing of Old Main, 1895. See also P0014 1:122.
USU A-1548. View of the interior of the library, located in the north wing of Old Main, ca. 1900. Library moved in 1902 to the second floor, above the President's office.
USU A-1549. Scales and weights in the Agricultural Physics Laboratory, ca. 1903. See also ACU Catalogue, 1903-04.
USU A-1550. View of the interior of the George Nelson Fieldhouse looking south, during Commencement, 1957.
USU A-1551. William S. McCornick, President of the Board of Trustees, 1890-1907.
USU A-1552. S.A.T.C. orchestra in the basement of the north wing of Old Main, 1918.
USU A-1553a. Two women sitting in front of a door to a log building, ca. 1910.
USU A-1553b. Man on his knees speaking with a woman, Old Main in back, 1914. See also Buzzer 1914.
USU A-1554a. Two surreys carrying visitors near the Model Barn, just north of Old Main to the Quarter Centennial Pageant, June 5, 1915.
USU A-1554b. Students visiting the Logan Sugar Factory, 1915.
USU A-1554c. "A" -Day football rally, October 2, 1913. The President's Residence* can be Seen on the left.
USU A-1555a. "Dutch Band" posing outside on "Loud Sock Day", November 26, 1913.
USU A-1555b. Band dressed in sombreros, 1914.
USU A-1555c. Baseball team, 1914. Coach C.T. Teetzel fourth person from the right on the top row. See also Buzzer 1914, and Buzzer 1915, p. 90.
USU A-1556a. Large group of men seated and standing on a lawn outside of a building, probably Old Main.
USU A-1556b. Group of men posing on a lawn, with the Experiment Station behind them. The smokestack, Director's Residence, President's Residence*, and the University Annex* can also be Seen in the background.
USU A-1556c. Large group of people dressed in costumes of graduation robes and mustaches posing in a building, probably the Nelson Fieldhouse.
USU A-1557. "Track Squad, 1914: (Top row, L to R) Williams, Catmul, Owen, Snow, Peterson, Hendricks, Maughn, Hillam, Vorhees, and Teetzel (Coach). (Bottom row, L to R) Salisbury, Hickman, Aldous, Anderson, and Madson. " See also Buzzer 1914 and Buzzer 1915, p. 87. See also P0014 5:03:13 and 5:04:06. See also USU A-0684d.
USU A-1558. MISSING.
USU A-1559a. Four men pretending to be held up and robbed at gunpoint by two other men, ca. 1915.
USU A-1559b. Five men, two holding guns, pretending to chop off the head of another man, ca. 1915.
USU A-1560a. Two men in costume standing on a horse-drawn cart for Senior Circus, March 20, 1915.
USU A-1560b. Group of people dressed in clown costume at the Senior Circus, March 20, 1915.
USU A-1560c. Group of four people riding in a decorated automobile for a parade, with a clown and the two men featured in USU A-1560a behind them, March 20, 1915.
USU A-1561. Sorosis "Kid Party," April 1914.
USU A-1562. MISSING.
USU A-1563a. March from campus to Adams Field for the football rally before the UAC vs. University of Wyoming game, October 1915.
USU A-1563b. March from campus to Adams Field for the football rally before the UAC vs. University of Wyoming game, October 1915.
USU A-1564a. Two participants in "Loud Sock Day," November 26, 1913.
USU A-1564b. Track meet against the University of Utah, 1916. See also Buzzer 1916, p. 96-97.
USU A-1564c. Track meet against the University of Utah, 1916. See also Buzzer 1916, p. 96-97.
USU A-1564d. Track meet against the University of Utah, 1916. See also Buzzer 1916, p. 96-97.
USU A-1565a. Dr. Elmer Darwin Ball, Professor of Zoology and Director of the Experiment Station, holding a child in front of Old Main.
USU A-1565b. Dr. E. G. Titus, Professor of Zoology and Entomology from 1908-1917, in the College Museum, 1915.
USU A-1566a. Large group from the Utah State College Natural History Field Expedition posing in front of their banner, 1938. It was the first such major Southern Utah Field Expedition for USAC.
USU A-1566b. Female participant in the Southern Utah Field Expedition walking through a field.
USU A-1567. View of the Model Barn and Experiment Station corrals from the north wing tower of Old Main, ca. 1906. The Conservatory can be Seen in the foreground.
USU A-1568. David Hughes, Instructor and assistant in Woodcarving, 1909-1912.
USU A-1569a. "Method of taking soil samples." Extension Service photo. See also P0014 6:09. See also ACU Experiment Station Bulletin, no. 80, plate 9.
USU A-1569b. Two men seated on a plow drawn by three horses. Extension Service photo.
USU A-1570a. Part of irrigation system. Extension Service photo. See also P0014 6:03.
USU A-1570b. Man standing on Old Main Hill*, next to rows of trees and shrubs. The President's Residence*, Director's Residence, Experiment Station, and the north wing of Old Main can be seen in the background. Extension Service photo. See also P0014 6:294. See USU A-1575b.
USU A-1571a. Group of seven people working in the College Dairy. Extension Service photo. See also P0014 5:09:02.
USU A-1571b. Man operating horse drawn machinery that is used to stack hay/straw. Extension Service photo. See also P0014 9:12.
USU A-1572a. Sheep in front of barn, fitted with waste bags. Extension Service photo. See also P0014 6:78.
USU A-1572b. Large group of people and horses, 1890s. Extension Service photo.
USU A-1573a. Four men working at two forges in a blacksmith shop, ca. 1904. Extension Service photo. See P0014 8:216. See also ACU Catalogue, 1904-05.
USU A-1573b. Women cooking for a class in the College Kitchen, ca. 1904. Extension Service photo. See also P0014 3:06:11. See also ACU Catalogue, 1904-05.
USU A-1574a. Two men sitting by a large shed and a water wheel with a caption reading "Old wheel and Eagle gate. S.L.C." Extension Service photo.
USU A-1574b. Men harvesting a field. Extension Service photo.
USU A-1575a. Two men working at a forge in a blacksmith shop, ca. 1904. Extension Service photo. Cropped duplicate of USU A-1573a. See also P0014 1:19:12, 8:216, and 8:249. See also ACU Catalogue, 1904-05.
USU A-1575b. Man standing on Old Main Hill*, next to rows of trees and shrubs. The President's Residence*, Director's Residence, Experiment Station, and the north wing of Old Main can be Seen in the background. Extension Service photo. See also P0014 6:294. See USU A-1570b.
USU A-1576a. A display of agricultural specimens. Extension Service photo. See also P0014 1:13:18, 1:16:20, and 8:244.
USU A-1576b. Horse drawn sleighs gathered around the Farm Superintendent’s Residence, Horse Barn, Conservatory, Boiler House, and part of Old Main*. Extension Service photo. See also P0014 8:238.
USU A-1577a. Exhibit of fruit by the Wilson Bros. of Ogden, Utah. Extension Service photo. See also P0014 9:153.
USU A-1577b. "Potatoes grown with 19.98 inches of water." Two piles of potatoes, irrigation system, other crop fields, looking southeast. Extension Service photo. See also P0014 6:22. See also ACU Experiment Station Bulletin, no. 80, plate 13.
USU A-1578a. Men gathered around tractor-like machine, cattle and sheep barns in background, ca. 1910. Extension Service photo. See also P0014 3:05:13-14.
USU A-1578b. Group of men surrounding two men that are holding down a horse, winter ca. 1910. Extension Service photo. See also P0014 5:01:15.
USU A-1579a. Students conducting experiments, possibly in the Mineralogy Laboratory. Extension Service photo. See also P0014 3:02:11.
USU A-1579b. Chicken coops and runs. Extension Service photo. See also P0014 9:38. See also ACU Experiment Station Bulletin, no. 51, p. 17.
USU A-1580a. Six men dissecting/skinning horse, left side of horse. Extension Service photo. See also P0014 2:06:07.
USU A-1580b. Crop experimentation in pots, men standing next to some sort of scale that is weighing pots. Crops and Logan Canyon in background. Extension Service photo. See also P0014 9:29.
USU A-1581a. Men harvesting hay/straw with horse drawn wagons. Extension Service photo. See also P0014 9:09.
USU A-1581b. Figure drawing of three baskets with eggs, used to illustrate the average number of eggs produced by three different types of chickens in a year, ca. 1897. Extension Service photo. See also P0014 9:44. See Experiment Station Bulletin, no. 51.
USU A-1582a. Biological Laboratory. Men and women in classroom looking through microscopes and taking notes. Extension Service photo. See also P0014 2:03:12 and 7:49. See also USU A-1220b. See also ACU Catalogue, 1902-03.
USU A-1582b. Three men working in the college dairy, early 1900s. Extension Service photo. See also P0014 5:09:01.
USU A-1583a. “Hotel Eagle.” Building may possibly be some sort of sugar beet factory. Extension Service photo. See also P0014 7:23.
USU A-1583b. Man standing in a field. Extension Service photo. See also P0014 10:110.
USU A-1584a. Hand made tools, board display. Extension Service photo. See also P0014 7:72.
USU A-1584b. Stock-Judging, cattle barn in background, 1890s. Extension Service photo. See also P0014 2:02:18 and 7:10. See also ACU Catalogue, 1902-03.
USU A-1585a. Men stacking hay with a crane system. Extension Service photo. See also P0014 8:104.
USU A-1585b. Man squatting down by an irrigation ditch. Extension Service photo. See also P0014 6:470.
USU A-1586a. Man standing next to a dissected horse carcass hanging from ceiling Extension Service photo. See P0014 4:13:05. (RO)
USU A-1586b. Dissected horse legs hanging from ceiling. Extension Service photo. See also P0014 4:15:17. (RO)
USU A-1587a. Woman next to blossoming tree, early 1900s. Extension Service photo. See also P0014 6:168.
USU A-1587b. Man and woman near blossoming tree, early 1900s. Extension Service photo. See also P0014 6:167.
USU A-1588a. Piles of shucked corncobs in field. Extension Service photo. See also P0014 6:36.
USU A-1588b. Sack of plants Extension Service photo. See also P0014 6:470.
USU A-1589a. Men watching water flow into irrigation system. Extension Service photo. See also P0014 7:90.
USU A-1589b. Cache Valley Dairy Coop. Building. Extension Service photo. See also P0014 7:87.
USU A-1590a. Separator machines in the college dairy. Extension Service photo. See also P0014 7:110. See also ACU Catalogue, 1905-06.
USU A-1590b. College Dairy in basement of Old Main, ca. 1903. Dairy Science classes taught here. Extension Service photo. See also P0014 7:186.
USU A-1591a. Experiment Station on campus, early 1900s. Extension Service photo. See also P0014 7:132.
USU A-1591b. Man in pasture with bull, barn and haystack in background Extension Service photo. See also P0014 4:07:01.
USU A-1592. Man standing next to a carriage parked outside the Mechanic Arts Building, ca. 1912. See also P0014 1:14:13.
USU A-1593. Examples of tools made by metal work students, ca. 1912. See also P0014 1:14:14.
USU A-1594. Wagon.
USU A-1595. "The Old Milk Wagon." Wagon with the UAC symbol on the side. See also Buzzer 1928, p. 33.
USU A-1596. Examples of tools made by metal work students, ca. 1912. See also P0014 1:14:15.
USU A-1597. Group of men posed outside of the Mechanic Arts Building.
USU A-1598. Group of men posed outside of the Mechanic Arts Building.
USU A-1599. Parts for building a wagon.
USU A-1600. Parts for building a wagon.
USU A-1601. Parts for building a wagon.
USU A-1602. Man working on building a wagon outside of a room marked "Carriage room," 1890s.
USU A-1603. Man building the wheel of a wagon, 1890s.
USU A-1604. Man building the wheel of a wagon, 1890s.
USU A-1605. Man building the wheel of a wagon, 1890s.
USU A-1606. Man building the wheel of a wagon, 1890s.
USU A-1607. Man shaving a piece of wood for a part in a wagon, 1890s.
USU A-1608. Man shaving a piece of wood for a part in a wagon, 1890s.
USU A-1609. Three men building a wagon, 1890s.
USU A-1610. Three men building a wagon, 1890s.
USU A-1611. Two men building the frame of a wagon wheel, 1890s.
USU A-1612. Two men building the frame of a wagon wheel, 1890s.
USU A-1613. Two men posing next to a wagon, 1890s.
USU A-1614. Group of five men posing next to a wagon outdoors, 1890s.
USU A-1615. Group of five men posing next to a wagon outdoors, 1890s.
USU A-1616. Group of six men posing next to a wagon outdoors, 1890s.
USU A-1617. Group of six men posing next to a wagon outdoors, 1890s.
USU A-1618. Group of six men posing next to a wagon outdoors, 1890s.
USU A-1619. Two men posing next to a wagon outdoors, 1890s.
USU A-1620. Group of thirteen men posing next to a wagon outdoors, 1890s.
USU A-1621. Two men posing next to a wagon outdoors, 1890s.
USU A-1622. Group of seven men posing next to a wagon outdoors, 1890s.
USU A-1622a. Old Main fire, December 19, 1983. See USU Statesman Jan. 2, 1984. See also USU A-1623 and USU A-1716. (Color photo.)
USU A-1623. Interior view of the Old Main cafeteria in the basement of the east wing when it was used as a barrack for military personnel during World War II, 1940s.
USU A-1623a. Man leveling concrete on the basement floor of Old Main with a jack hammer during the restoration process following the fire, Jan. 24, 1985.
USU A-1624. Original framing in Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985.
USU A-1624a. Interior view of the Old Main basement in the south wing when it was used as a barrack for military personnel in World War II, 1940s.
USU A-1625. Framing on the second floor of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985. Opposite view of USU A-1626.
USU A-1626. Framing in the former language lab on the second floor of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985.
USU A-1627. View from the main hall of the east wall on the second floor of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985.
USU A-1628. Former Academic Services office with the interior partitions removed in Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, February 19, 1985. It is now occupied by the President's Conference room. Note the corner of the brick chemical vault to the extreme left. See also USU A-1663 and USU A-1706.
USU A-1629. Second floor language lab from the doorway in Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985. See also USU A-1630.
USU A-1630. Second floor language lab from the doorway in Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985. See also USU A-1629.
USU A-1631. Second floor language lab with the details of the raised office space in Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985.
USU A-1632. Second floor language lab office framing in Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985. Note the iron support column in the far right.
USU A-1633. Second floor looking north in Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985.
USU A-1634. Workman removing plaster from an interior wall by an original door frame leading from the second floor hall into a classroom area in Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985.
USU A-1635. Framing and windows in a second floor classroom in Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985.
USU A-1636. Former classroom in the northeast corner of the second floor of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985. Note the barrow dump in background.
USU A-1637. Framing and brick detail in Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985. (Note: photo inverted.)
USU A-1638. Detail of the first floor ceiling in the Registration Office showing the original framing and the later lowered ceilings in Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985.
USU A-1639. Original support beam on the third floor of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985.
USU A-1640. Forms for wall-reinforcing concrete on the west wall of the third floor of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985. See also USU A-1641.
USU A-1641. Detail of the concrete form on the west wall of the third floor of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985. See also USU A-1640 and USU A-1642.
USU A-1642. Detail of the concrete form on the west wall of the third floor of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985. See also USU A-1641.
USU A-1643. Undamaged section of the north wing of the third floor of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985. Photo taken before the complete removal of the modern framing. See also USU A-1644.
USU A-1644. Undamaged section of the north wing of the third floor of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985. Photo taken before the complete removal of the modern framing. See also USU A-1645.
USU A-1645. Original framing on the third floor of Old Main. Note the three foot scale. Photo taken during the Old Main restoration process following the fire, 1985. See also USU A-1647. Compare photo with USU A-1691, USU A-1695, and USU A-1711.
USU A-1646. Framing detail on the third floor of Old Main. Photo taken during the Old Main restoration process following the fire but later than USU A-1645, 1985.
USU A-1647. Original framing on the third floor of Old Main. Note the three foot scale. Photo taken during the Old Main restoration process following the fire, 1985. See also USU A-1645.
USU A-1648. Third floor cleared of debris looking south toward the main portion of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985. Note the salvaged brick and temporary stairwell cover. Opposite view to USU A-1649.
USU A-1649. Third floor looking south toward the main portion of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985. Opposite view to USU A-1648. See also USU A-1650 and USU A-1686.
USU A-1650. Original brick wall on the third floor of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985. See also USU A-1649 and USU A-1686.
USU A-1651. Tower entrance from the third floor of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985. The horizontal boards are stairs into the tower. Note the three foot scale.
USU A-1652. Pipe cutter in the mechanical area of the basement of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985.
USU A-1653. Original concrete covered arch at the foot of the new stairs in the basement of the north wing of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985.
USU A-1654. View looking north down the main hall of the basement in Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985. The former testing center occupied the space to the left. Compare to USU A-1702.
USU A-1655. Stairs with the finishing removed in the basement of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985.
USU A-1656. Door into the mechanical area at the foot of the old stairs, showing the plaster removed from the laid-stone interior wall in the basement of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985.
USU A-1657. Stone walls faced with reinforcing concrete in the basement of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985.
USU A-1658. View of the first floor showing the old staircase in Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985.
USU A-1659. View looking down the main hall of the second floor in Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, Jan. 23, 1985.
USU A-1660. Original wall framing and new flooring joists on the second floor of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985.
USU A-1661. Door to the undamaged portion of the building on the second floor and the new flooring joists in Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985.
USU A-1662. View of the north wall on the first floor of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985. Windows now a part of the President's Conference room. Note the changes in the brick work.
USU A-1663. Interior walls with the wall plaster partially removed on the first floor of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985. See also USU A-1628 and USU A-1706.
USU A-1664. Decorative iron support column on the first floor of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985. The workman is standing near the top of the old stairs.
USU A-1665. Water damaged walls in Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985. A survey was made by removing material above doors in the damaged area to determine which openings actually existed in the original structure.
USU A-1666. View looking south down the main hall on the second floor of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985.
USU A-1667. View looking north down the main hall on the second floor toward the stairs leading to what would have been the third floor of Old Main. Photo taken during the restoration process following the fire, 1985.
USU A-1668. Former language lab with the partitions removed and new sub-flooring in place on the second floor of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985. See also USU A-1669.
USU A-1669. Former language lab with the partitions removed and new sub-flooring in place on the second floor of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985. See also USU A-1668.
USU A-1670. View looking south down the main hall of the second floor of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985.
USU A-1671. Removal of water damaged flooring on the second floor of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985.
USU A-1672. Drainage trencher in the basement of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, Jan. 23, 1985.
USU A-1673. Reinforcing concrete on the west wall of the third floor of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985. See also USU A-1674.
USU A-1674. Reinforcing concrete on the west wall of the third floor of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985. See also USU A-1673.
USU A-1675. Framing sill installed on the reinforcing concrete on the third floor of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985.
USU A-1676. New steel support columns and salvaged brick piled alongside the third floor temporary stairwell cover in Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985.
USU A-1677. Framing from the undamaged walls of the cartography room left standing on the third floor of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985. The frames were later removed in remodeling.
USU A-1678. New crossbeam in place on the third floor of the north tower of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985. The crane boom is the shown to the right.
USU A-1679. Workmen lowering the crossbeam into place on the third floor of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985.
USU A-1680. Workmen securing the corner support on the third floor of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985.
USU A-1681. Workmen installing the rafters to join the undamaged roof to the new addition on the third floor of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985.
USU A-1682. Rafters being framed in by workmen on the northeast corner of the third floor of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985. Maeser Lab shown in the background. See also USU A-1683.
USU A-1683. Third floor rafters in Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985. Maeser Lab shown through the open window space. See also USU A-1682.
USU A-1684. Cupola support framing on the third floor inside of Old Main. Photo taken during the restoration process following the fire, 1985.
USU A-1685. View of beam and joist work from the old stairs to the third floor in Old Main. Photo taken during the restoration process following the fire, Jan. 22, 1985.
USU A-1686. Steel support beam laid in place on the third floor of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985. See also USU A-1649, USU A-1650, and USU A-1687.
USU A-1687. Detailed view of the steel support beam laid in place on the third floor of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985. See USU A-1686.
USU A-1688. Steel crossbeam end in place against the exterior third floor wall of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985.
USU A-1689. Sheet rockers working on the south wall of the new cartography lab in Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985.
USU A-1690. Undamaged north wing roof with a new steel beam support in place on the third floor of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985. Note the charring to the cross beams. See also USU A-1694 and USU A-1715.
USU A-1691. Undamaged rafters and roof sheeting on the third floor of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985. Compare photo with USU A-1645, USU A-1695, and USU A-1711.
USU A-1692. Workmen installing a crossbeam on the third floor of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985. See also USU A-1693.
USU A-1693. Workmen installing a crossbeam on the third floor of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985. See also USU A-1692.
USU A-1694. New cartography lab on the third floor of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985. Note the surface charring to the crossbeams. See also USU A-1690 and USU A-1715.
USU A-1695. Insulation and vapor barrier in place on the third floor of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985. Compare photo with USU A-1645, USU A-1691, and USU A-1711.
USU A-1696. Workmen installing new roof sheeting prior to reshingling the roof of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985.
USU A-1697. Reconstructed cupola for roof corner of Old Main. Photo taken during the restoration process following the fire, 1985.
USU A-1698. Reconstructed cupola for roof corner of Old Main. Photo taken during the restoration process following the fire, 1985.
USU A-1699. Reconstructed base for the cupola for the roof corner of Old Main. Photo taken during the restoration process following the fire, 1985.
USU A-1700. Reconstructed cupola for roof cornice of Old Main. Photo taken during the restoration process following the fire, 1985.
USU A-1701. View looking south of the main hall in the basement of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985.
USU A-1702. View looking north of the main hall in the basement of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985. Compare to USU A-1654.
USU A-1703. Workmen laying reinforcing plywood diaphragm on the second floor of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985.
USU A-1704. View looking south down the first floor main hall and at the new stairs in the north wing of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985.
USU A-1705. Workman installing tread on the new stairs on the first floor of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985.
USU A-1706. President's Conference room in Old Main. Photo taken during the restoration process following the fire, August 8, 1985. Note the detail of the cast iron support column. See also USU A-1628, USU A-1663, and USU A-1707.
USU A-1707. President's Conference room in Old Main. Photo taken during the restoration process following the fire, August 8, 1985. Note the detail of the restored capital on the cast iron support column. See also USU A-1706 and USU A-1708.
USU A-1708. Ceiling detail in the President's Conference room. Photo taken during the restoration process following the fire, August 8, 1985. See also USU A-1707.
USU A-1709. Workman hanging ceiling tiles in the main hall of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, August 9, 1985.
USU A-1710. Drywall in classroom 304 on the third floor of Old Main. Photo taken during the restoration process following the fire, 1985.
USU A-1711. Workmen installing heating ducts in the cartography lab in Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985. Compare photo with USU A-1645, USU A-1691, and USU A-1695.
USU A-1712. Taped sheetrock and heating ducts in the new cartography lab on the third floor of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985.
USU A-1713. Completed heating and lighting in the cartography lab on the third floor of Old Main during the restoration process following the fire, 1985.
USU A-1714. Cartography lab on the third floor of Old Main after the restoration process following the fire, 1985.
USU A-1715. New furnished cartography lab on the third floor of Old Main after the restoration process following the fire, 1985. See also USU A-1690 and USU A-1694.
USU A-1716. Reconstructed roof on the third floor of the north wing of Old Main, 1985.
USU A-1717. Jeremiah Wilson Sanborn, Experiment Station Director and ACU President, 1890-1894.
USU A-1718. Josiah H. Paul, Experiment Station Director, 1894-1896.
USU A-1719. Luther Foster, Experiment Station Director, 1896-1900.
USU A-1720. John A. Widstoe, Experiment Station Director, 1900-1905, and ACU President, 1907-1916.
USU A-1721. MISSING.
USU A-1722. Peter A. Yader, Experiment Station Director, 1905-1907.
USU A-1723. Elmer Darwin Ball, Experiment Station Director, 1907-1916.
USU A-1724. Franklin S. Harris, Experiment Station Director, 1916-1921, and USAC President, 1945-1950.
USU A-1725. William Peterson, Experiment Station Director, 1921-1928.
USU A-1726. Phillip Vincent Cardon, Experiment Station Director, 1928-1935.
USU A-1727. Lowry Nelson, Experiment Station Director, 1936-1937.
USU A-1728. Rudger Harper Walker, Experiment Station Director, 1938-1955.
USU A-1729. Kenneth Wilford Hill, Experiment Station Director, 1966-1971.
USU A-1730. David Wynne Thorne, Experiment Station Director, 1955 - 1966 and 1971-1974.
USU A-1731. MISSING.
USU A-1732. MISSING.
USU A-1733. John A Widstoe, ACU President, 1907-1916.
USU A-1734. Herman H. Wiebe, Professor of Biology, 1954.
USU A-1735. Herman H. Wiebe, Professor of Biology.
USU A-1736. Sterling A. Taylor, Professor of Soil Science, Department of Plants, Soils, and Biometeorology.
USU A-1737. Wilford Gardner, Professor of Soil Physics, Department of Plants, Soils, and Biometeorology.
USU A-1738. Franklin Harris, USAC President, 1945-1950.
USU A-1739. Orson W. Israelson, Professor of Irrigation and Drainage, ca. 1916.
USU A-1740. Harry Sanborn, first captain of the ACU football team, 1892. Photo by Schmitt and Lang (formerly Cardon's), 3rd St., Logan. (RO)
USU A-1741. Sarah Godwin Brown Goodwin (1840-1912,) first ACU librarian.
USU A-1742. Jeremiah Wilson Sanborn, first President of the Agricultural College of Utah, 1890-1894, and first Director of the Experiment Station, 1890-1894.
USU A-1743. Winter scene looking up Old Main Hill* toward the President's Residence*, 1960s.
USU A-1744. View of the Morgan Theatre from the stage, 1960s.
USU A-1745. Architectural drawing of the Fine Arts Center, 1967. "Perspective from southwest." Compare with USU A-1772.
USU A-1746. Architectural drawing of the Fine Arts Center, 1967. Drawing by Burtch W. Beall, Jr. A.I.A. Architect.
USU A-1747. Morgan Theatre and stage, 1967.
USU A-1748. Kent Concert Hall foyer in the Fine Arts Center, 1967.
USU A-1749. Tony Grove Forestry Camp, College of Natural Resources, 1972.
USU A-1750. View of the Business Building from the northwest, 1973.
USU A-1751. Aggiettes, ca. 1955.
USU A-1752. USU students skiing Beaver Mountain up Logan Canyon, 1960s.
USU A-1753. Bear Lake Biological Laboratory, 1975.
USU A-1754. MISSING.
USU A-1755. MISSING.
USU A-1756. Milton R. Merrill speaking at Commencement, 1965.
USU A-1757. View of campus looking north along 800 East St. from the west tower of Old Main, 1965.
USU A-1758. View of campus looking west from the roof of the Business Building, 1972. The photo was one in a series taken by campus planning to show parking lot wasteland on campus in advocacy of a second quad west of the Engineering Building. See also USU A-1767 through USU A-1771.
USU A-1759. Architectural model of the Merrill Library* before the construction began, 1963.
USU A-1760. King Hendricks, Professor of English and Director of Libraries.
USU A-1761. Elvert Himes, Director of the Summer School, 1964.
USU A-1762. Douglas D. Alder, Professor of History and Director of the Honors Program at USU, as well as President of Dixie College.
USU A-1763. Architectural model of the new Harrison Museum and the Visual Arts wing of the Fine Arts Center, 1975.
USU A-1764. View of the ramp leading into the University Inn, 1983.
USU A-1765. Paul Wasserman, graduate of the College of Science, 1965.
USU A-1766. W. Vosco Call and Kelly Lee Geddes acting in Othello, 1978.
USU A-1767. View looking north from the roof of the Business Building, 1972. The photo was one in a series taken by campus planning to show parking lot wasteland on campus in advocacy of a second quad west of the Engineering Building. See also USU A-1758 and USU A-1768 through USU A-1771.
USU A-1768. View looking southeast from the roof of the Business Building, 1972. The photo was one in a series taken by campus planning to show parking lot wasteland on campus in advocacy of a second quad west of the Engineering Building. See also USU A-1758 and USU A-1767 through USU A-1771.
USU A-1769. View looking northwest from the roof of the Business Building, 1972. The photo was one in a series taken by campus planning to show parking lot wasteland on campus in advocacy of a second quad west of the Engineering Building. See also USU A-1758 and USU A-1767 through USU A-1771.
USU A-1770. View looking south from the roof of the Business Building, 1972. The photo was one in a series taken by campus planning to show parking lot wasteland on campus in advocacy of a second quad west of the Engineering Building. See also USU A-1758 and USU A-1767 through USU A-1771.
USU A-1771. View looking east from the roof of the Business Building, 1972. The photo was one in a series taken by campus planning to show parking lot wasteland on campus in advocacy of a second quad west of the Engineering Building. See also USU A-1758 and USU A-1767 through USU A-1771.
USU A-1772. View of the Fine Arts Center from the southwest, 1973. Compare with USU A-1745.
USU A-1773. Newman Center, 1972.
USU A-1774. Trailer courts, 1971.
USU A-1775. View of the LDS Institute of Religion from the south, 1973.
USU A-1776. View of Aggie Village Triad apartments looking north along 1200 East St., 1973.
USU A-1777. New Romney Stadium under construction, 1968.
USU A-1778. Development Fund Staff, 1975, including: (sitting, L to R) Gerald R. Sherratt, S. J. Loughton, John W. Steinitz, (standing, L to R) William Shaw, Steve Black, and Roselina Sanders.
USU A-1779. Dating Bureau for the Associated Women Students' dance, 1941.
USU A-1780. Dr. Rudger H. Walker, Director of the Agricultural Experiment Station, 1938-1955, and his wife Fawn Davies Walker.
USU A-1781. A.J. Simmons (left), Special Collections Librarian, and Burdette Peterson, Public Services Librarian, examining the contents of the 1930 Merrill Library* cornerstone, 1966.
USU A-1782. Arlen L. (Ted) Hansen, University Photographer, 1977.
USU A-1783. M. Judd Harmon, Dean of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences.
USU A-1784. Flowerbed, in front of the Agricultural Science Building, displaying the University logo, 1975.
USU A-1785. Harris Athletic Center, first built as a Sigma Kappa sorority, 1973.
USU A-1786. Entrance to Old Main with several advertisements for the Junior Prom, 1935. See also Buzzer 1935, p. 151.
USU A-1787. LaDell Andersen, USU Basketball Coach and Athletic Director, BYU Basketball Coach, and later coach of the "Utah Stars," an ABA basketball franchise.
USU A-1788. View from the north west of the entrance to the Merrill Library*, 1978.
USU A-1789. Advertisement for the Circus Dance during Freshman Week, 1937.
USU A-1790. Student body presidency, 1969, including: (front, L to R) Cathy Cannon, Public Relations; Neil Gruwell, President; Linda Watterson, Secretary; (back, L to R) Craig Hale, Academic; Curt Knudsen, Executive; Chris Eyre, Administrative; and Barry Bodily, Financial.
USU A-1791. View of the Tanner Fountain and Plaza, 1980. It was dedicated May 31, 1980.
USU A-1792. View of the playground east of the Edith Bowen Laboratory School, 1970s.
USU A-1793. Aerial view looking east of the campus, featuring Old Main, the Quad, and the Merrill Library*, 1967.
USU A-1794. Aerial view of south campus from the west, 1976. Note the completion of the HPER Building.
USU A-1795. William P. Nye, Apiarist and Federal Collaborator, USDA.
USU A-1796. Professor Von H. Jarrett and student Ralph Pitcher in a tractor repair class, 1970s.
USU A-1797. Portrait of Milton R. Merrill. Portrait done by Harrison Groutage.
USU A-1798. Carlton Culmsee, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences.
USU A-1799. Doyle Matthews, Dean of Agriculture and Director of the Experiment Station.
USU A-1800. Winter scene of the University sign at the corner of 400 North St. and 700 East St., 1970s. Photograph taken after new USU logo was developed.
USU A-1801. Winter scene of the sidewalk north of the Quad, showing snow depth, ca. 1978.
USU A-1802. William Ramsey, Director of Choral Music.
USU A-1803. George Dewey Clyde, Governor of Utah and former Dean of Engineering.
USU A-1804. Jay R. Bingham, a donor of USU, Salt Lake City.
USU A-1805. Jack Laughton (Development Office) and Tony Ernstrom view the mural in the entry hall of the Food & Nutrition Building, 1975.
USU A-1806a. Ice-covered "Spirea" at the south west corner of the Experiment Station Building, ca. 1903.
USU A-1806b. Man in military dress standing next to the ice-covered "Spirea" at the south west corner of the Experiment Station Building, ca. 1903.
USU A-1807. Performers in the opera Aida during Act II, Scene II, staged in Old Main by director Walter Welti, 1937.
USU A-1808. View of Old Main and Mechanic Arts Building from the south, June 20, 1913. Gift of Utah Power & Light, 1987.
USU A-1809. Board of Trustees Chairman Thorpe B. Isaacson and Iranian farmer in Iran for USU's International Program, ca. 1951.
USU A-1810. View of the Utah Water Research Laboratory from First Dam soon after completion, 1965.
USU A-1811. University President Glenn L Taggart, Vice President Clark Ballard, and campus architect Paul Salisbury examine plans for a renovation of the Animal Industry Building, ca. 1975.
USU A-1812. View of the Hatch Room in the Merrill Library*, 1950.
USU A-1813a. Phoebe Nebeker Peterson, wife of USAC President E. G. Peterson.
USU A-1813b. Hazel Parkinson, USU alum.
USU A-1814a. Larry C. Cole, Dean of Engineering.
USU A-1814b. Milton R. Merrill, Academic Vice President until 1968.
USU A-1815a. Mattie Ann Abrams, Director of Friends of Library program.
USU A-1815b. Mary Maughan, member of the USU College Bowl team and 1965 graduate of USU.
USU A-1816. Ann Buttars and visiting scholar Donald Clancy of Ohio State University examine the Jack London collection in Special Collections & Archives, 1972.
USU A-1817a. West stadium parking lot before striping, 1973.
USU A-1817b. West stadium parking lot after striping, 1973.
USU A-1818. ACU football players Roy Egbert and Howard Madsen, ca. 1907.
USU A-1819. Boyd Kenneth Packard, LDS Apostle and Preacher of the Baccalaureate Sermon at Commencement Exercises, 1973.
USU A-1820. Rex G. Plowman, member of the Institutional Council and President of the Lewiston State Bank.
USU A-1821. Students in the Language Laboratory on the second floor of the north wing of Old Main, ca. 1976. It was remodeled after the 1983 fire.
USU A-1822. University President Glen L. Taggart and his wife Phyllis P. Taggart, ca. 1978.
USU A-1823. Dr. Gilbert Moore speaking with a student, 1985. Dr. Moore, Adjunct Professor of Physics, donated the "Get Away Special" payload on the Space Shuttle to the USU Center for Atmospheric and Space Sciences.
USU A-1824. Harrison Museum of Art, 1984.
USU A-1825. Student experimenters for USU "Get Away Special" on the Space Shuttle, from L to R: Taka Kitaura, Von Walden, and Sawat Tantiphanwadi, 1985.
USU A-1826. Fire department pouring water on the fire in the north wing of Old Main, December 19, 1983.
USU A-1827. Architectural rendering of 1912 campus master plan by Pray Hubbard & White. See also USU A-1834.
USU A-1828. Stanford O. Cazier, University President, 1979-1992.
USU A-1829. Stanford O. Cazier, University President, 1979-1992.
USU A-1830. Space Shuttle payload bay which included the USU Vehicle Charging and Potential (VCAP) experiment. This view of the payload bay and Earth was shot on the 7th day of the Spacelab-2 mission, August 5, 1985.
USU A-1831. Farm house and summer kitchen with students in 1890s costume at the Jensen Historical Living Farm, 1980s.
USU A-1832. Wayne Vernon Estes (1943-1965), All-American basketball player.
USU A-1833. Aerial view of central campus looking from the southwest prior to the ground breaking for the Education Building, 1987.
USU A-1834. Grounds plan for future development of the ACU, March 20, 1912. Plans developed by Pray, Hubbard, and White, a Boston landscape architectural firm. See also USU A-1827.
USU A-1835. Earliest aerial photograph of campus, 1924. Photograph taken by David Robinson for the 1924 Summer School brochure.
USU A-1836. Stanford O. Cazier in academic robes, 1980s.
USU A-1837. Mary L. Cleave, 1980s. She was a graduate student in Microbial Ecology, 1975, and doctoral student in Civil and Environmental Engineering, 1979, at USU. She worked at Johnson Space Center in Houston from 1980-1991, during which time she was chosen to go into space for the STS 61-B mission in 1985 and the STS-30 mission in 1989. She is currently (2003) serving as the Deputy Associate Administrator of Advanced Planning in the Office of Earth Science at NASA Headquarters.
USU A-1838a. Karen Williams Morse, head of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Dean of the College of Science, and first recipient of the Dr. Nicholas C. and Mary Katherine Leone Leadership Award, Sept. 14, 1987.
USU A-1838b. Karen Williams Morse, head of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Dean of the College of Science, and first recipient of the Dr. Nicholas C. and Mary Katherine Leone Leadership Award, Sept. 14, 1987.
USU A-1839. Group of people outside of a bus, 1960s.
USU A-1840. Group of people looking at papers outside of the Student Union Building*, 1960s.
USU A-1841. University Annex*.
USU A-1842. Students in an art class, 1950s.
USU A-1843. Temporary building east of the Merrill Library* housing the English Offices, ca. 1964.
USU A-1844. View of the back of a building.
USU A-1845. View from the east showing the back side of the University Annex*, 1964.
USU A-1846. Temporary buildings east of the Merrill Library*, 1964. They were moved to campus in 1947 and used as the Temporary Union Building (TUB) from 1947-1952 and as the English Department Offices from 1952-1967.
USU A-1847. Set of looms in a classroom.
USU A-1848. Set of machinery and tools in an unfinished room, possibly the loft in the Art Barn.
USU A-1849. View of the University Annex* from the east.
USU A-1850. View of the Animal Industry Building from the west.
USU A-1851. Aerial view of campus, ca. 1963.
USU A-1852. Temporary buildings used for the Music Department, 1964. They were used from the 1950s - ca. 1968.
USU A-1853. George Hills Kelker, Professor of Wildlife Resources, 1972.
USU A-1854. Military parade on the Quad, as Seen from the roof of the Ray B. West Building, June 1943. Gift of Frank J. Licardi, 1987.
USU A-1855. Aerial view of campus from the west with an Army Air Corps training plane shown in the upper right hand corner, 1943. Photo taken from over the intersection of 500 North St. and 400 East St. Gift of Frank J. Licardi, 1987. See also USU A-1074.
USU A-1856. Nearly overhead aerial view of the USAC campus, taken from an Air Corps training plane, 1943. Gift of Frank J. Licardi, 1987.
USU A-1857a. Frank J. Licardi on horseback on the Sigma Chi lawn, August 10, 1943. Gift of Frank J. Licardi, 1987.
USU A-1857b. Army Air Corp personnel housed in the Sigma Chi house, 1943. Gift of Frank J. Licardi, 1987.
USU A-1859a. Frank J. Licardi in uniform, saluting on the lawn of the Sigma Chi house, May 23, 1943. Gift of Frank J. Licardi, 1987.
USU A-1859b. Frank J. Licardi on horseback on the lawn of the Sigma Chi house, June 14, 1943. Gift of Frank J. Licardi, 1987.
USU A-1859a. Army Air Corps training planes at the Cache Airport, 1943. Gift of Frank J. Licardi, 1987.
USU A-1859b. Army Air Corps training planes at the Cache Airport, 1943. Gift of Frank J. Licardi, 1987.
USU A-1860a. Lund Hall, used as barracks by the Aviation Cadets, June 15, 1943. Gift of Frank J. Licardi, 1987.
USU A-1860b. View of the Utah State Capitol, from the southeast, 1943. Gift of Frank J. Licardi, 1987.
USU A-1861a. Frank J. Licardi, Aviation Cadet, July 1943. Gift of Frank J. Licardi, 1987.
USU A-1861b. Frank J. Licardi (left) and William C. Bentley (right) at the Bushnell Army Hospital in Brigham City, Utah, June 17, 1943. Gift of Frank J. Licardi, 1987.
USU A-1862. MISSING.
USU A-1863a. Military review for Squad VI on the Quad, August 1943. Gift of Frank J. Licardi, 1987.
USU A-1863b. Military review for Squad VI on the Quad, August 1943. Gift of Frank J. Licardi, 1987.
USU A-1864a. Military review for Squad VI on the Quad, August 1943. Note the Naval personnel. Gift of Frank J. Licardi, 1987.
USU A-1864b. Military review for Squad VI on the Quad, August 1943. Gift of Frank J. Licardi, 1987.
USU A-1865a. Squad of Air Corps trainees dressing ranks on the Quad before their review, 1943. Gift of Frank J. Licardi, 1987.
USU A-1865b. Animal Industry Building, used as a barrack for sailors training at USAC, June 15, 1943. Gift of Frank J. Licardi, 1987.
USU A-1866a. Retreat for Squads VI and VII on Graduation Day, August 1943. Plant Industry Building shown in background. Gift of Frank J. Licardi, 1987.
USU A-1866b. Retreat for Squads VI and VII on Graduation Day, August 1943. Plant Industry Building shown in background. Gift of Frank J. Licardi, 1987.
USU A-1867. Band in formation on the Quad, with the Plant Industry Building and Merrill Library* shown in background, 1936
USU A-1868. Kent Ryan scores a touchdown in a football game with Colorado University, 1936. See Buzzer 1937, p. 271.
USU A-1869. Music Listening lab in the south east corner of the basement of Old Main, ca. 1964.
USU A-1870. View of the Art Barn, formerly used as a horse barn for the Agricultural Experiment Station, ca. 1962.
USU A-1871. View of the Newspaper Agency Building, 1980s. It was acquired by USU from Aubrey H. Parker in 1969 and used as the USU Credit Union from 1969-1977, as the Women's Athletics Building from 1978-1987, and as the Campus & Community Newspaper Agency building since 1987.
USU A-1872a. Leonard J. Arrington, Professor of History.
USU A-1872b. Kent Cotton.
USU A-1873. Portrait of three people, with Stephen Glen Taggart in center.
USU A-1874. Mrs. Johanna Moen, Head of the Textile Department and Acting Dean of the School of Home Economics, early 1900s.
USU A-1875. Three men examining vegetables in a field, 1960s.
USU A-1876. Three men examining vegetables in a field, 1960s.
USU A-1877. Group of six men sitting at table or possibly a counter in a store, 1960s.
USU A-1878. Group of five people in a field, 1960s.
USU A-1879. Irrigation canal in a field, 1960s.
USU A-1880. Man working on a machine.
USU A-1881. Vegetables.
USU A-1882. Fields with rows labeled in Spanish.
USU A-1883. Women working on textile machines, 1970s.
USU A-1884. Three men standing by a car outside of building.
USU A-1885. Chapel in the USU Stake Center. Compliment of the Herald Journal.
USU A-1886. Champion track team, 1926, including: (First row, L to R) Coach Dick Romney, Farrar, Burke, Beal, Worthington, Saunders, Anderson, Christensen, and Hogan (manager). (Second row, L to R) Hawley, Foxley, Bailey, Hawkes, Watkins, Walker, Norton, Tolman, Stanger, Jeppeson, Smith, Gadd, and Geddes. (Third row, L to R) Bennion, Nielson, Call, Gadd, Harris, Smith, Lunt (captain), Smart, Richardson, Wood, and Phillips. (Fourth row, L to R) Keetch, Nello, Nuffer, Warburton, Blood, Layton, Hartvigsen, Gills, Geddes, and Hartvigsen.
USU A-1887. Scenes from the "Smoke-In" demonstration on campus, including Hampton Brown III, A. J. Simmons, LeRoy Searle, and Courtney Smith, April 19-20, 1965. Photographs ordered by Claude Burtenshaw, Dean of Students, to identify the students in the demonstration. 120 mm. negative proof sheet. See also USU A-1888 through USU A-1893.
USU A-1888. Scenes from the "Smoke-In" demonstration on campus, including A. J. Simmons, David O. Jensen, and Sheila Gates, April 19-20, 1965. Photographs ordered by Claude Burtenshaw, Dean of Students, to identify the students in the demonstration. 120 mm. negative proof sheet. See also USU A-1887 through USU A-1893.
USU A-1889. Scenes from the "Smoke-In" demonstration on campus, including Kim Dalby, April 19-20, 1965. Photographs ordered by Claude Burtenshaw, Dean of Students, to identify the students in the demonstration. 120 mm. negative proof sheet. See also USU A-1887 through USU A-1893.
USU A-1890. Scenes from the "Smoke-In" demonstration on campus, April 19-20, 1965. Photographs ordered by Claude Burtenshaw, Dean of Students, to identify the students in the demonstration. 120 mm. negative proof sheet. See also USU A-1887 through USU A-1893.
USU A-1891. Scenes from the "Smoke-In" demonstration on campus, April 19-20, 1965. Photographs ordered by Claude Burtenshaw, Dean of Students, to identify the students in the demonstration. 120 mm. negative proof sheet. See also USU A-1887 through USU A-1893.
USU A-1892. Scenes from the "Smoke-In" demonstration on campus, April 19-20, 1965. Photographs ordered by Claude Burtenshaw, Dean of Students, to identify the students in the demonstration. 120 mm. negative proof sheet. See also USU A-1887 through USU A-1893.
USU A-1893. Scenes from the "Smoke-In" demonstration on campus, April 19-20, 1965. Photographs ordered by Claude Burtenshaw, Dean of Students, to identify the students in the demonstration. 120 mm. negative proof sheet. See also USU A-1887 through USU A-1893.
USU A-1894a. Group gathered at a ceremony, 1970s.
USU A-1894b. Man speaking at a ceremony, 1970s. Photo by Elmer F. Clark.
USU A-1895. University Annex*, 1890s.
USU A-1896. MISSING.
USU A-1897. Three men running track, 1970s.
USU A-1898. Man playing a video game, 1970s.
USU A-1899. Crowd gathered in a stadium, with a portion of the people holding signs which spell out "Logan," 1920s.
USU A-1900. View of the west tower of Old Main from the south, early 1900s.
USU A-1901. Barns and corrals on the north side of campus.
USU A-1902a. Edwin L. Petersen, ca. 1988. Photo courtesy of the Cache Citizen.
USU A-1902b. Gary Richardson, ca. 1988. Photo courtesy of the Cache Citizen.
USU A-1902c. Jack Spence, a local environmentalist, ca. 1988. Photo courtesy of the Cache Citizen.
USU A-1903. Sky View High School band performing at Romney Stadium, ca. 1988. Photo courtesy of the Cache Citizen.
USU A-1904. University President Stanford Cazier hugging Chris Avery, ASUSU Student Body President, as he presents him the Bill Robbins Memorial award, May 7,1988. Photo courtesy of the Cache Citizen, May 14, 1988, p. 7B.
USU A-1905a. Actors in the play Taming of the Shrew, including Dennis Hassan (Grumino) in the center, ca. 1988. Photo courtesy of the Cache Citizen.
USU A-1905b. John Rat, speaking at the Campus Crusade for Christ, ca. 1988. Photo courtesy of the Cache Citizen.
USU A-1906. Barre Toelken, USU Folklore Department Head, ca. 1988. Photo courtesy of the Cache Citizen.
USU A-1907a. Timo Tagaloa. Photo courtesy of the Cache Citizen.
USU A-1907b. Chuck Shelton, Head Football Coach. Photo courtesy of the Cache Citizen.
USU A-1908a. Rod Tueller, Head Basketball Coach. Photo courtesy of the Cache Citizen.
USU A-1908b. Chris Pella, former Head Football Coach. Photo courtesy of the Cache Citizen.
USU A-1909a. Sharon Allen (left) and Jo Daly (right) making Christmas goodies at the Jensen Historical Farm, December 1986. Photo courtesy of the Cache Citizen.
USU A-1909b. George Chapman (left) looks on while Mike Johnson pours hot coffee and cider for guests, December 1986. Photo courtesy of the Cache Citizen.
USU A-1910a. Dan Stebbins assisting children onto a wagon at the Jensen Historical Farm, December 1986. Photo courtesy of the Cache Citizen.
USU A-1910b. Dr. Jay Anderson, Director of the Jensen Historical Farm, December 1986. Photo courtesy of the Cache Citizen.
USU A-1911a. Michael Lyons, Political Science faculty member. Photo courtesy of the Cache Citizen.
USU A-1911b. Doyle Matthews. Photo courtesy of the Cache Citizen.
USU A-1912a. Don Lind, former NASA astronaut, demonstrates a satellite experiment at USU, 1970s. Photo courtesy of the Cache Citizen.
USU A-1912b. Official portrait of Don Lind, former NASA astronaut and grand marshal of the Smithfield Health Days parade, 1985. Photo courtesy of the Cache Citizen, June 9, 1988, p. 1C.
USU A-1913a. B. Madsen. Photo courtesy of the Cache Citizen.
USU A-1913b. Dick Michaud, Financial Aid staff member. Photo courtesy of the Cache Citizen.
USU A-1914. University President Standford Cazier presents Ezra Taft Benson, LDS Church President, with the Centennial Award, May 11, 1988. Photo courtesy of the Cache Citizen, May 14, 1988, p. 11A.
USU A-1915a. Dean Richard L. Smith (left) and Mr. and Mrs. Hero Champ, Old Main Society, April 15, 1980. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1915b. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill C. Daines, 1960s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1916a. Merlin Olsen and LaDell Andersen, 1970s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1916b. LaDell Andersen and Mr. and Mrs. Ev Thorpe, 1970s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1917. Group photograph of: (standing, L to R) Ralph Johnson, Mrs. Gladys T. O'Conner, USU President Glen L. Taggart, Lemore Richards, M.D., Guarth Hansen, (sitting, L to R) Stephen C. Richards, John Richards, Henry W. Richards, and Wendell L. Cottorell, 1970s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1918a. H. Craig Petersen, Economics Department faculty member, 1960s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1918b. Emma Rae Eyre, USU alumna, 1960s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1918c. E. L. "Dick" Romney, former Head Football coach, 1960s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1919a. Tom Moulton, USU ticket manager. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1919b. Serge N. Benson, USU faculty member. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1919c. Mel Wood. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1920a. Donniel Horlacher, USU faculty member, 1970s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1920b. Ray Lundahl, 1960s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1920c. Marjorie Hatch, 1950s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1920d. Les Laird, 1950s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1921a. Newell A Nelson, Burley, Idaho, 1950s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1921b. Chall Allred, 1960s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1921c. Thelma Huber, 1950s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1922a. Theodore R. Maughan, 1960s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1922b. Buton W. Silcock, 1960s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1922c. E. J. Berry, 1960s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1922d. John H. Whittier, 1960s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1923a. Eldon Drake, 1950s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1923b. Reese K. Allen, 1970s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1923c. Monte Buttars, 1970s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1923d. Glen C. Baugh, 1970s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1924a. Steven D. Green, 1970s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1924b. Noal "Red" Burnett, 1950s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1924c. Lavon J. Dalley, 1960s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1924d. Phyllis Snow, Dean of the College of Family Life, 1961-78. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1925a. Lee Cantwell, 1970s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1925b. Margene Thorpe, 1970s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1925c. J. Stan Meyrick, 1970s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1926a. Wayne S. Peterson, 1950s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1926b. Dr. Jay Nelson, 1950s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1927a. Newel H. Comish. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1927b. Joan Shaw. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1927c. Paul Weiser. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1927d. William H. Bennett. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1928a. Stanford O. Cazier, University President, 1950s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1928b. Ray James, 1950s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1928c. Sylvan Erickson, 1950s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1928d. Jay R. Bingham, 1970s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1929a. George Judah, 1960s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1929b. Cleve Milligan, 1960s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1929c. Wynn Johnson, 1960s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1929d. M. Judd Harmon, 1960s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1930a. Janet and William Ferguson, 1970s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1930b. C. Jeremiah Sanborn, first ACU president, 1890s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1930c. Guarth Hansen, 1970s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1930d. Alma Sonne, Chairman of the Board of Directors, 1960s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1931a. Grant Taggart, 1950s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1931b. Ross P. Game, 1950s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1932a. Morris Angell, 1950s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1932b. James Louis Knoll, 1950s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1933a. Malcolm Merrill, 1950s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1933b. Spence Gardner, 1970s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1933c. Larry Smith, 1950s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1934a. Eugene Hanson, 1970s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1934b. Gary Higley, 1970s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1935a. Genevieve Folsom. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1935b. Robert S. Budge, 1955. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1936a. Native American students receiving tutoring at the Indian Reading Center, ca. 1970. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1936b. Native American student in the Indian Reading Center, ca. 1970. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1937a. Two students posing by the USU sign located on the south east corner of the Chase Fine Arts Center, 1970s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1937b. Student standing by the USU sign at the southwest corner of Old Main Hill*, 1970s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1938a. Group at a registration table, 1960s.
USU A-1938b. Four men on stage, three sitting down, including former University Presidents Daryl Chase and Glen L. Taggart, and one man speaking at a podium. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1939a. Clark Ballard, Vice President of Continuing Education (left); Art Jones, Assistant State 4H representative (center); and J. L. Christensen, Chevron Oil area representative (right) presenting a check. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1939b. Dean Robert Collier, College of History. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1940a. Jay Don Blake teeing off. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1940b. Larry Anderson, First Security Corporation, presenting the 1974 Scholarship awards to USU President Glenn Taggart, ca. 1974.
USU A-1941. Man working in the wind tunnel in the Water Research Laboratory. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1942. Forestry Week activities, with students in the Forestry Department hoisting their mascot Paul Bunyan onto the flagpole outside of Old Main. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1943a. Three men riding in the back of a car during a parade, including University President Glen L. Taggart. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1943b. Milton R. Merrill, Academic Vice President. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1944a. Display of book cover for Remembering: E. G. Peterson, His Life and Our Story, by Glen Edwards. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1944b. Painting by Ev Thorpe and Gaell Lindstrom on the first floor of the Merrill Library*. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1945a. Water Research Lab under construction. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1945b. William Godfrey, USU alumnus, of Highland Dairyman's Assoc., presenting a jeep to Dr. C.A. Bernston, Head of the Department of Nutrition and Food Sciences. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1946. Signing of Venezuela contract with (L to R) Earl J. Roueche, University President Daryl Chase, and Joao Goncalves de Souza, June 16, 1964. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1947a. Fish virus studies at the Water Research Laboratory. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1947b. Water diverted directly from the Logan River and used for a variety of experiments at the Water Research Laboratory. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1948. Laying out and striping the Romney Stadium parking lot. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1949. Rod W. Jensen, Athletics Association President, May 1972. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1950a. Irvin T. Nelson. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1950b. Robert Hansen. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1951a. Max Dolby conducting the orchestra. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1951b. Limeliters performing at USU, ca. 1962. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1951c. Limeliters performing at USU, ca. 1972. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1952. View of the Student Union Building* from the southwest at night, early 1960s. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1953a. Kent Johnejack, University Scholar, 1977-78. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1953b. Timothy Dietz, University Scholar, 1977-78. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1953c. Deane Thelli, University Scholar, 1977-78. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1953d. Grant Reber, University Scholar, 1977-78. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1953e. Val Goodfellow, University Scholar, 1977-78. Photo courtesy of the Statesman.
USU A-1954. View of Old Main from the bottom of Old Main Hill*, looking northeast, ca. 1945.
USU A-1955. View looking north of the west tower staircase and part of the north wing of Old Main, ca. 1910. Cache D.U.P. Collection.
USU A-1956. View looking north on Old Main Hill*, University Annex* in the background, early 1900s. Cache D.U.P. Collection.
USU A-1957. Interior view of the Old Main chapel, one of a series of Cache Valley photos taken by James H. Crockwell for the Chicago Worlds Fair, July 1892. See also The Journal July 30, 1892. See also USU A-1339. (RO)
USU A-1958. View of Old Main looking north, featuring a man in a buggy, ca. 1910. Cache D.U.P. Collection.
USU A-1959. View of Old Main looking southeast, ca. 1905. Cache D.U.P. Collection.
USU A-1960. Milton Abrams, Head Librarian, 1957-1985. Photo taken in 1980s
USU A-1961. Glen Wilde, Acting Library Director, 1991-1997. Photo taken in 1990s.
USU A-1962. Kenneth Marks, Head Librarian, 1985-1991. Photo taken in 1980s.
USU A-1963. Max Peterson, Director of University Libraries, 1991-2000. Photo taken in 1980s
USU A-1964. Harriet Smith, acting Head Librarian, 1917-1935.
USU A-1965. MISSING.
USU A-1966. View of campus looking north across the middle of Old Main Hill*, May 1993. Photographed by Peter F. Schmid.
USU A-1967. View of the south side of Old Main, May 1993. Photographed by Peter F. Schmid.
USU A-1968. View looking west from just east of the amphitheatre, May 1993. Photograph by Peter F. Schmid.
USU A-1969. View of the south side of Old Main, May 1993. Photographed by Peter F. Schmid.
USU A-1970. View looking southwest from just east of the amphitheatre, May 1993. Photograph by Peter F. Schmid.
USU A-1971. Amphitheatre on the south side of Old Main Hill*, May 1993. Photograph by Peter F. Schmid.
USU A-1972. View looking northeast toward Old Main from the bottom of the amphitheatre, May 1993. Photograph by Peter F. Schmid.
USU A-1973. View looking south across the lawn just west of the amphitheatre, May 1993. Photograph by Peter F. Schmid.
USU A-1974. View looking northeast up Old Main Hill* with the amphitheatre in the foreground, May 1993. Photograph by Peter F. Schmid.
USU A-1975. View looking south/southwest on a diagonal path near the south bottom portion of Old Main Hill*, May 1993. Photograph by Peter F. Schmid.
USU A-1976. View looking south across the lawn west of the amphitheatre, May 1993. Photograph by Peter F. Schmid.
USU A-1977. View looking south from the southwest end of Old Main Hill*, May 1993. Photograph by Peter F. Schmid.
USU A-1978. View looking north across Old Main Hill* from the southwest end, May 1993. Photograph by Peter F. Schmid.
USU A-1979. View looking west across the Quad, showing the east side of Old Main, May 1993. Photograph by Peter F. Schmid.
USU A-1980. West tower of Old Main, viewed from the northwest, May 1993. Photograph by Peter F. Schmid.
USU A-1981. David B. Haight Alumni Center (formerly the President's Residence*) viewed from the southwest, May 1993. Photograph by Peter F. Schmid.
USU A-1982. West tower of Old Main, viewed from the northwest, May 1993. Photograph by Peter F. Schmid.
USU A-1983. View looking north across the north end of Old Main Hill*, May 1993. Photograph by Peter F. Schmid.
USU A-1984. West side of the Experiment Station building, May 1993. Photograph by Peter F. Schmid. (2 copies.)
USU A-1985. View of the west side of Old Main looking from the east, May 1993. Photograph by Peter F. Schmid. (2 copies.)
USU A-1986. View looking north across the middle of Old Main Hill*, May 1993. Photograph by Peter F. Schmid.
USU A-1987. View looking southeast across the bottom of Old Main Hill* with the Logan LDS Temple in the background, May 1993. Photograph by Peter F. Schmid.
USU A-1988. View looking south across the middle of Old Main Hill*, May 1993. Photograph by Peter F. Schmid.
USU A-1989. View looking north/northwest across the bottom of Old Main Hill*, May 1993. Photograph by Peter F. Schmid. (2 copies.)
USU A-1990. Group of four men and three women holding plaques at the Founders' Day celebration, 1959.
USU A-1991. Football team, 1932-33, including: (front row, L to R) Gordon Dixon, Worth Gutke, Marshall Glenn, Ray D. Lowe, Mouse Nelson, Ralph Gutke, Humphreys, and Floyd Keller. (Middle row, L to R) Jack Croft (Assistant Coach), John Hull, Burke Fry, Louis Briggs, Guy Chistiansen, El. Reynolds, Frank Whitehouse, John Vranes, Thatcher Handley, Ray Walters, Reynolds, and Rudy Van Campen. (back row, L to R) William Reading (Freshman Coach), Meadows, Elmer Ward, Orson Gunderson, Elmo Brady, Jay Tolman, Aland Forgeon, Bill Barker, Tuttle, Howard Law, Bruce Stuart, and Dick Romney (Head Coach). See also Buzzer 1933, p. 108.
USU A-1992. Architectural model of the Science and Engineering Building.
USU A-1993. Aerial view of campus and mouth of Logan Canyon, 1981. (Color photograph.)
USU A-1994. MISSING.
USU A-1995a. Interior view of the Smart Gymnasium, decorated for the Military Ball, 1916.
USU A-1995b. Architect Karl C. Schaub's 1892 enlarged plan for Old Main. The center section was enlarged from the Thompson 1889 plan. Photograph of the drawing from which the cut show on USU A-0002 was made. See also Outlook, December 1970, p. 8. See also USU A-0123.
USU A-1996. Old Main office staff, ca. 1908. Note the portrait of the LDS Church President Joseph F. Smith on the wall. (RO)
USU A-1997. ACU Football team, 1905. (RO) Team members included: Jamison, Nelson, Brown, Mitchell, Andrews, Frew, Hermanson, Holden, Washburn, Pyle, McGowan, Woodbury, Hansen, Caine, and Froere.
USU A-1998. ACU football practice, 1908, including: Vince Cardon, Alva Hansen, Ander Nelson, Ezra McCombs, Anderson, Jack Paddock, Dana Little, Arch Egbert, Bill Frew, Bill Batt, Edgar Brossard, and Fred M. Walker. (RO) See also Buzzer 1909, p. 122-23.
USU A-1999. UAC football team, 1924: (Standing from L to R) Assistant trainer Terry, Student manager Ford, Pratt, Sanders, Burnett, Crowther, Mortenson, Hendericks, Wooley, captain, Webster, Gardner, Foxley, Knowles, Trainer Nelson, Professor West of the Athletic Council, and Coach Romney. (Kneeling from L to R) Anderson, Nuffer, Woodside, Jorgenson, Riter, Thain, Nelson, Love, Howe, and Lunt. (Sitting from L to R) Hamilton, Perry, Sutton, Neuenschwander, Mile, Smith, Leddingham, Thomas, Hurren, and Jeffs. See USU A-2016. (RO)
USU A-2000. ACU football team, ca. 1905, including: William H. Peterson (on left in the back row) and John L. Coleman (on right on the back row.) (RO)
USU A-2001. Bell on the west tower of Old Main, looking southeast, ca. 1940.
USU A-2002. Future Farmer Convention participants posing in Romney Stadium at USAC, April, 1939.
USU A-2003. Students examining horses at the Veterinary Science Building, ca. 1905. Note the orchards in the background.
USU A-2004. Probably an Experiment Station Director's meeting in Washington D.C., 1940s, including: Rudger Walker, Experiment Station Director for the USAC seated third from the right.
USU A-2005. View looking southeast from the top of the University Annex*, including the President's Residence*, Model Barn, Director's Residence, Experiment Station Building, Old Main, and Mechanic Arts Building, 1898. Note the lack of the west tower on Old main; it was not completed until 1902. (RO)
USU A-2006. Girls' baseball team, 1898. (RO)
USU A-2007. Students in the chapel in the south wing of Old Main, ca. 1895. (RO)
USU A-2008. View looking south at the Heating Plant and Smart Gymnasium, ca. 1912. (RO)
USU A-2009. Most of the ACU Class of 1911, including Class President Edgar B. Brossard fifth from the left on the back row. Photo was taken during sophomore year, 1909. The class included: Junius James Andrews, Michael John Andrews, Jr., Albert Elijah Bowman, Edgar Bernard Brossard, Frank Martin Brown, Robert Bruce Brown, William Wallace Brown, Asahel Woodruff Burke, Lashbrook Laker Cook, Elmer Crafts, Walter James Crocker, Alexander Perry Dalton, Archie Egbert, Ivan Egbert, Joseph Victor Ford, Fred Froerer, Anant Madhov Gurgar, Georgia Vivian Hatch, Joseph Golden Irons, David Jennings, Lucile Jensen, Alma J. Knapp, Franklin David Low, Anna Mathisen, Merrill Maughan, Charles Leo Merrill, George L. Morrison, John Stephens Paddock, Ella Peterson, Jesse Larsen Peterson, Henry Thomas Plant, William Littlefair Quayle, David Earl Robinson, James Wiley Sessions, Alfred Edgar Stratford, James Cyril Tovey, Jerome Wheeler, Frank George Whitehead, Joseph Angus Willley, Vern Clark Woolley, and Robert Lecourn Wrigley. (RO) See also Buzzer 1909, p. 64.
USU A-2010. Fraternity portrait, probably the Sigma Alpha Fraternity, ca. 1910, including C. W. Porter (1st row, 3rd from the left), Orville Addams (2nd row, 6th from the left), John Coburn (3rd row, 4th from the left) and Aaron Olsen (4th row, at left). Photo by Odell, Logan, Utah. (RO)
USU A-2011. Military Cadet Corps Rifle Team, ca. 1902. (RO) See also ACU Catalogue, 1902-03.
USU A-2012. Aerial view of campus looking northeast, 1962. (RO)
USU A-2013. Board of Trustees, posed at the south end of Old Main, ca. 1919, including: (L to R) A. C. Barber, J. L. Coburn, John C. Sharp, unidentified man, Lois Hayball, A. W. Ivins, Lorenzo B. Stohl, Harden Bennion, John Dern, W. S. Hansen, Angus T. Wright, Frank B. Stevens, George T. Odell, W. S. Hansen, and John D. Peters. (RO)
USU A-2014. Agricultural College of Utah, faculty portrait, ca. 1893: (back row l-r) James Dryden, Elias J. MacEwan, Alonzo A. Mills, Jacob M. Sholl, Henry D. Styer, J. Walter Mayo, Clair Kenyon, Samuel Fortier, J. B. Linfield, and Sidney S. Twombly. (Middle row) Evert S. Richman, Lillie S. Throop, Abbie L. Marlatt, ACU President Jeremiah Wilson Sanborn, Sarah W. Eddy, E. Ada Little, and John T. Caine Jr. (front row) Joseph E. Shepard, & Willard S. Lanaton. Photographed by Thomas S. Odell, Logan, Utah. (RO)
USU A-2015. ACU football team, 1907. (RO) Team members included: Bennion, Hansen, Paddock, McCombs, Tuttle, Andrews, Peterson, Evans, Batt, Madsen, Egbert, Cardon, Parkinson, Frew, and Brossard. Coach Fred M. Walker standing on the far left in the back row, and Edgar Brossard seated on the right in the middle row. See also Student Life, Commencement 1908 edition and ACU Catalogue, 1908-09, p. 48.
USU A-2016. UAC football team, 1924: (Standing from L to R) Assistant trainer Terry, Student manager Ford, Pratt, Sanders, Burnett, Crowther, Mortenson, Hendericks, Wooley, captain, Webster, Gardner, Foxley, Knowles, Trainer Nelson, Professor West of the Athletic Council, and Coach Romney. (Kneeling from L to R) Anderson, Nuffer, Woodside, Jorgenson, Riter, Thain, Nelson, Love, Howe, and Lunt. (Sitting from L to R) Hamilton, Perry, Sutton, Neuenschwander, Mile, Smith, Leddingham, Thomas, Hurren, and Jeffs. See USU A-1999. (RO)
USU A-2017. Track and Field team, ca. 1908. (RO)
USU A-2018. Male students in suits and ties. (1st row) Alfred Caine, Joseph Willie, Roy Smith, Dave Sharp, Leo Mimill, Jinkin Jones, and Byron Beder. (2nd row) Chris Hanson, George Zundell, (?), Frank Bram, Frank W. Yatt, (?), (?), Clyde Lindsey, Alfonzo Cook, and Joe Paddock. (3rd row) Clarence Jones, Alfred Shirtford, John Hobson, James Andrews, George B. Caine, Abe Cooley, Wiley Simons, Joseph Olsen, Heber Hancock, Fred Frorsay, and Anant Mohindar Singh. (4th row) Fred Alder, Jack Wild, Angus Galt, John K. Allsen, L. Martineau, Norman Jensen, (?), L. M. W., John Nelson, (?), Ernest, Macker, A. M. Israelson, Charles Martineau, Back Row, B. Martineau, M. Holden, Warren Knudson, L. L. Cooke, John Egbert, Lester Richardson, A. J. Knapp. (RO)
USU A-2019. Woman seated on the concrete "Aggie-A," on the south side of Old Main, ca. 1920. See also USU A-1511e.
USU A-2020. Real Photo Postcard of Mechanic Arts Building, ca. 1910. See also P0031 Ut:115.
USU A-2021. Real Photo Postcard of the Quad and Engineering Building (now the English Building), ca. 1930. See also P0031 Ut:113.
USU A-2022. Real Photo Postcard of Old Main, ca. 1920. See also P0031 Ut:112.
USU A-2023. Real Photo Postcard of the Merrill Library*, ca. 1940. See also P0031 Ut:114.
USU A-2024. View of the Maeser Labs, Model Barn, and Old Main from behind, looking southwest.



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