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    • Crossing Borders: Chicano Realities

    • 1992-06-25
    • The American Studies Program of Washington State University presents a conference on CROSSING BORDERS: CHICANO REALITIES June 25, 26, 27, 1992 Washington State University Pullman, Washington O� Raza del Norte You utter the outcry, the songs, Los...
    • Glenn Terrell Speech

    • 1967
    • Black and white photo of Glenn Terrell on a small stage with a microphone and Washington State University banner behind him.
    • Pah-loots-pu Celebration

    • 1992-04-18
    • 17th annual (1992) Washington State University observance of the Pah-Loots-pu (People of the Palouse) celebration, held in Bohler Gym. Contact information is provided for the Center for Native American Students. Events or people noted include:...
    • Why Student Unrest?

    • 1970-03-27
    • The World Affairs Institute at Washington State University began in 1956 and occurred annually, bringing to campus speakers and authorities in the area of international relations and understanding.
    • Senator John F Kennedy

    • 1960-02-11
    • Black and white photograph featuring Senator John F. Kennedy at podium speaking to student body at Washington State University.
    • Radical Union Guerilla Theater. 1969

    • 1969-10-31
    • Color slide. WSU's Radical Union Guerilla Theater group presents a production in front of the CUB, lampooning Placement Bureau director Walter Bristol and university president Glenn Terrell.
    • Radical Union Guerilla Theater. 1969

    • 1969-10-31
    • Color slide. WSU's Radical Union Guerilla Theater group presents a production in front of the CUB; the finale included this ""star spangled finger"" extended toward university authority.
    • South by Northwest Poster, 1976

    • 1976
    • This is the front of a 26x43 cm. poster used to promote South by Northwest, a documentary series on African American stories in the early Northwest, produced by Washington State University's KWSU.
    • Pullman Herald, 1888-11-03

    • 1888-11-03
    • This is the first copy printed of the first issue of the Pullman Herald, from November 3, 1888, as affirmed by an attached handwritten affidavit from editor J.J. Sargent and witnessed by notary public Walter Windus. On November 3, 1940, then...
    • Spokane Review 1892-01-31

    • 1892-01-31
    • This eight page section (pages 9-16) from the January 31, 1892 issue of the Spokane Review (later the Spokesman-Review) contains a multi-page promotional piece on Pullman, Washington, and includes several line drawings of significant Pullman...

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