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PC 5
W.S.U. SCRAPBOOKS 1892-1939
Number of Containers: 8


Campus Entrance

BOX

DESCRIPTION

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Photos of College of Engineering. Pictorial account of classes and accomplishments. ca. 1926. [No longer here; at some point this was moved to become PC 94.]

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Scrapbook by Professor William J. Roberts. Photos of campus, surveying class, dorms, landscape of Palouse country, buildings, Pullman, ca. 1897. Gift of Arthur K., Williams S., and James D. Roberts, June, 1954. [Missing, August 2009]

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Photos by Burns and Artopho Studio. Photos of Frosh-Soph Tie up, 1911, athletics, buildings, rallies, people, formal dances, campus, activities, military, President Bryan's house, ca. 1911-1912. Gift of Ronald Bowe.

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Scrapbook from Matsen Collection. Photos of family, trips, grad. class of Pharmacy, 1918; Stevens Hall girls, commencement programs, ca. 1915-1918. Programs for 1918, 1941 and 1942.

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World War I Service Album. Individual photographs of WSU students and faculty who participated in World War I, ca. 1936. Collected by F. E. Barnard.

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Campus photos and postcards, 1909-1910. Pullman flood, 1910. Camp M.E. Hay. Stevens Hall women. Lake Chelan. Collected by Frances Shumway; donated by her granddaughter, Molly Rogers in 1998.

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Campus and Pullman area photos and postcards, 1913-1917. Campus photos. Holland inauguration. Gowdy home (on B Street). A wedding. Collected by Charles D. Gaines and Hazel Gowdy; donated by their granddaughter, Jeri Archer in 2014.

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Alice Angle scrapbook of WSC and Pullman area, 1929. Donated by her niece, Carol Wolf in 2003.

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Prints of Bryan Hall. Includes interior, collections in Bryan Hall as a library, library exhibits, reading room, incunabula, donated special collections, bookplates, and memorial gift plates, ca. 1928.

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Programs, brochures, clippings, and other papers, regarding student activities, 1892-1902.

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Photographs, clippings, brochures, and programs collected by Ben F. Ferguson, 1935-1939. Gift of Ben F. Ferguson, 1976.

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Snapshots, photographs, clippings, and postcards of WSU including panoramas of campus during winter 1910 and spring 1911 by Burns, Main St. Pullman, campus activities, Lake de Puddle, store Lauier (Wash.), and Maison Ranch (Eastern Wash.). Collected by Eunice Thrift, 1913-1914. Donated by Mrs. Eunice Collins, 1978.

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WSU athletic photographs of football, basketball, team portraits, track, and individual football portraits, 1913-1915 from J. Fred Bohler files.

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Vernetta Engebretson Cunningham WSC memorabilia scrapbook, 1935-1939. Epehemera; includes a lot of university 'paperwork.' Pharmacy student, member of Chi Omega, Theta Sigma Phi, Spurs. Includes late 1930s Cougar Cottage menu & dozens of loose paper fashion cut-outs.

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WSC postcards and photographs album, 1909-1911. Photographs collected by Ray Matthias Matlock; heavy on track & field and social images. Also includes images of Colfax and Palouse region, one of what appears to be Toodles the Bear, plus two images of Fort Spokane. Gift of grandson Daniel Matlock, 2011-08-05.

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Panorama postcards by Burns of Pullman and WSC campus 1914; photographs and postcards of WSU buildings, Spokane, wireless station, 1914 seniors planting the class tree, ROTC 1914, Harrington High School, Harrington train station, postcards from Olympia and Spokane collected by Bliss Dana, 1910-1914. Gift from the Rose E. Dana Family.

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Photographs of the 1912 and 1913 May Fete by Burns, May Queen, picnics, Science Hall, Bryan Hall, CAdets in Lewiston postcards, campus day 1912 by Burns, cadets, Holt Caterpillar Gas tractors, Thanksgiving Ferry Hall 1911, Pullman.

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Photographs and clippings of Kenneth Baker and WSCís Menís Debate Team; work with US Forest Service in northern Idaho ca. 1926-1930; received from Debra Baker in 2000 & added to PC5 in 2010.

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Photographs and negatives of Sigma Phi epsilon group portraits, laying pavement behind the library 1913, Claude Kirkendall's Thrashing Machine 1915 collected by E. E. Henry, ca. 1913-1916

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An incomplete scrapbook with photographs of WSC Military scenes, WSC campus 1914, campus day, school bell, buildings, a football rally downtown Pullman near the Emerson Mercantile building, and Silver lake tug of war.

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Photographs of athletic events, campus day, Pullman, trains, collected by James Melrose class of 1916 (?), ca. 1913-1915.

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Album of campus photos and memorabilia (dance card, invitations, etc), 1923-1926, by Irwin Ingham and Gladys Jenne Ingham. Envelope in back contains certificates and correspondence, 1920-1991, including invitiations to President Roosevelt reception at Grand Coulee, 1934.

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Album, 1913-1918. Primarily scenic or biology-oriented photos of San Juans & Puget Sound Biological Station. Photos Kamiak Butte, Steptoe, Moscow Mt., Mt. Baker climb. Lynden freeze & flood, 1917. Some WSC, plus separate folder of loose WSC photos. Collected by Walter Conrad Muenscher (1891-1963) student at WSC 1910-1914. Donated 1993.

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William H Young WSC/Pullman album, ca. 1925-1929. Primarily photographs of campus and Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity life. Donated 2009.

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Unbound photo album, ca. 1914-1916. Primarily photographs of WSC baseball and South Bend, WA; also includes other sports, unidentified portraits, and a Sigma Alpha Epsilon program from 3-10-1916. Donated 2011 by Jim Hays of Marysville, WA.

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Photo album, 1914-1917. Campus, fraternity life (Gamma Delta), farm life, cadets, football & athletics. Pan American Exposition, 1915. Camp McCroskey, 1914. Fort George Wright Reserve training, 1916. Portraits.

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WSC Memories Album. WSC Progams, dance cards, and other ephemera, 1914-1917. Gift of Iva and Joe Matsen.

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Barnes Family album, St. John, WA, Portland, OR, & others, 1904-1959. No actual WSU content.

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LaVerne Barnes WSC memorabilia album, 1923-1925. Programs, ticket stubs, ID cards, photos. Also similar items from Whitworth College, ca. 1921-1923.

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Helen Dare WSC scrapbook, 1935-1938. Programs, ticket stubs, clippings, ephemera. Also similar items from Lynden, WA (where she taught high school math post-WSC).