Guide to the Washington State Magazine Slides 2001-2006
PC 180

Summary Information

Repository
Washington State University Libraries, Manuscripts, Archives and Special Collections
Title
Washington State Magazine Slides
ID
PC 180
Date [inclusive]
2001-2006
Extent
1 Linear feet of shelf space, 1 box, 3600 images, approximate
Language
Collection materials are in English.
Abstract
Slides depicting campus activities related to Washington State University during the early 2000s. The slides were primarily taken as illustrations for Washington State Magazine, the campus alumni newsletter.

Preferred Citation

[Item description]

Washington State Magazine Slides, 2001-2006 (PC 180)

Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries, Pullman, WA.

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Biography/History

Washington State Magazine was created in 2001 as a color magazine-style alumni magazine for Washington State University. Prior to Washington State Magazine, the university’s alumni community had been served by black-and-white newsprint publications, notably Hilltopics (1970-2001), and the Powwow and the Alumnus (1910-1969).

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Scope and Content

The collection consists of approximately 3500 color slides which illustrate activities related to Washington State University in the early 2000s, as covered in the Washington State Magazine alumni journal. The majority of the photographs were taken by WSU’s Photo Services.

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Arrangement

The collection consists of subject-based folders, organized chronologically by the date of the issue of Washington State Magazine which published the article relevant to the photos. A few folders which do not appear to have seen publication are at the back, in a separate chronological series. Within each folder, the slides are retained in their original orders.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

Washington State University Libraries Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections  © 2019

https://libraries.wsu.edu/masc/

Terrell Library

P.O. Box 645610

Pullman, WA, 99164-5610 USA

509-335-6691

mascref@wsu.edu

Restrictions on Access

This collection is open and available for research use.

Restrictions on Use

Copyright restrictions apply.

Acquisition Information

The images in this collection were transferred to the Washington State University Libraries’ Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections (MASC) by Larry Clark, editor of Washington State Magazine, on June 7, 2019, and retained as UPC-1903. They were processed in July and August of 2019 by Kaitlyn Van Vleet and University Archivist Mark O’English.

Processing Information

Materials came in subject-based order, and those subjects were retained, though an overall chronological organization was imposed on the folders. As the slides were often repetitive, approximately one fourth of the collection (the more repetitious slides) was discarded in processing.

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Names and Subjects

Corporate Name(s)

Subject(s) :
  • Washington State University -- Periodicals.
Creator(s) :
  • Washington State University.

Subject(s)

  • Colleges and Universities
  • Washington (State)
  • Photographs

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Detailed Description of Collection

box folder

Clore, Walter; Spayd, Sara. 

Issue: 2001, Winter

1 1

Damon, Dr. Dwight. Better braces. 

Issue: 2001, Winter

1 2

Gordon Cellars. 

Issue: 2001, Winter

1 3

State Route 26. 

Issue: 2001, Winter

1 4

Two millionth volume at WSU Libraries. 

Issue: 2001, Winter

1 5

Vineyard harvest and wine. 

Issue: 2001, Winter

1 6

Woodward Canyon Winery. Rick Small. 

Issue: 2001, Winter

1 7

Choi, Jane Jung-Hae. Cellist. 

Issue: 2002, Spring

1 8

Coe, Stan. Gibson Award. 

Issue: 2002, Spring

1 9

Curtis, Bob. 

Issue: 2002, Spring

1 10

Dad of the Year. 

Issue: 2002, Spring

1 11

Friel, Catherine. 

Issue: 2002, Spring

1 12

Krueger, James. Sleep studies. 

Issue: 2002, Spring

1 13

Little, Ed. Alumni President. 

Issue: 2002, Spring

1 14

Maloney, Thomas M. Wood Materials engineering. 

Issue: 2002, Spring

1 15

Museum of Art. 

Issue: 2002, Spring

1 16

Nurses helping the homeless. 

Issue: 2002, Spring

1 17

Nurse Reyes Gonzalez. 

Issue: 2002, Spring

1 18

Nurse Victoria Chrinstensen. 

Issue: 2002, Spring

1 19

Opening Day on Montlake. 

Issue: 2002, Spring

1 20

Ehlo, Craig. PAC-10 Hall of Fame. 

Issue: 2002, Summer

1 21

Magnuson, Nancy, and other microbiologists. 

Issue: 2002, Summer

1 22

McNamara, John. Science Teacher of the Year. 

Issue: 2002, Summer

1 23

Pants that Fit. Clothing design. 

Issue: 2002, Summer

1 24

Photosynthesis. 

Issue: 2002, Summer

1 25

Rowing. 

Issue: 2002, Summer

1 26

Shoes in trees. 

Issue: 2002, Summer

1 27

Tecumseh, Ki. WSU Native American students. 

Issue: 2002, Summer

1 28

Animal Behavioral Service. 

Issue: 2002, Fall

1 29

Appel family. 

Issue: 2002, Fall

1 30

Claros triplets. Army ROTC cadets. 

Issue: 2002, Fall

1 31

Genetically modified foods. 

Issue: 2002, Fall

1 32

Graduate school alumni. 

Issue: 2002, Fall

1 33

Palmer, Perry and Maurice. 

Issue: 2002, Fall

1 34

Soundararajan, Raji. Natyam, Bharata. Dancing. 

Issue: 2002, Fall

1 35

Caudill, Lynnette. Revamped Davenport Hotel. 

Issue: 2002, Winter

1 36

Cooperative Extension. 

Issue: 2002, Winter

1 37

Ike Deeter. 

Issue: 2002, Winter

1 38

Hyslop, William. Alumni Achievement Award. 

Issue: 2002, Winter

1 39

Tracking articles. Conquering Everest. Secretary of State Sam Reed. Growth in Wine Industry. 

Issue: 2002, Winter

1 40

Aztec art. 

Issue: 2003, Spring

1 41

Bishop, Laura. Ochs family farm, Dusty. 

Issue: 2003, Spring

1 42

Eldridge, Ray. Pailca, Sandra. 

Issue: 2003, Spring

1 43

Field buring and asthma. 

Issue: 2003, Spring

1 44

Tuscany. 

Issue: 2003, Fall

1 45

Washington farming and fruit stands. 

Issue: 2003, Fall

1 46

Ferry system. 

Issue: 2003, Winter

1 47

Mt. St. Helens. 

Issue: 2004, Spring

1 48

Navajo reservation; testing aminals for Scrapie. 

Issue: 2004, Spring

1 49

Soap Lake. 

Issue: 2004, Spring

1 50

Children performing Shakespeare. 

Issue: 2004, Summer

1 51

Smoot Hill. 

Issue: 2004, Summer

1 52

Wheat. 

Issue: 2004, Summer

1 53

Scablands and Rock Lake. 

Issue: 2004, Fall

1 54

Spokane. 

Issue: 2004, Winter

1 55

B Reactor, Hanford. 

Issue: 2005, Spring

1 56

Band, Jennifer Lynd. 

Issue: 2005, Spring

1 57

McIntosh, Joe, with daughter Molly. 

Issue: 2005, Spring

1 58

Kolva, Jim, and Sullivan, Pat. WSU art collection. 

Issue: 2005, Winter

1 59

Miscellaneous. 

Issue: 2006, Fall

1 60

Hanford. 

Issue: 2001, March

1 61

Navarijo, Eva. 

Issue: 2001, December

1 62

WSU Veterans' Memorial. 

Issue: 2002, August

1 63

Cricket. 

Issue: 2002, September

1 64

Davenport Pioneer Days. 

Issue: 2004 (?)

1 65