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  • Description: October
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    • Toodles, 1906

    • 1906
    • 1 published photographic print; 6 x 8 cm. After WSC's then-mascot, the dog Squirt, was stolen by Oregon Agricultural College (later Oregon State University) partisans during an October, 1905 football train trip to Oregon, Toodles the bear was...
    • North House

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    • War Surplus dormitory, completed in October, 1946, that sat on the site later occupied by the French Administration Building. It was occupied in fall of 1963 by members of a fraternity; demolished in early 1964. Known as Esquire Hall, possibly...
    • Pioneer Hall (West House)

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    • War Surplus dormitory that sat on the Stadium Way site later occupied by Fine Arts and the adjoining parking lot. Completed in October, 1946 at a cost of $30,000. Cost included site preparation and utility contruction only: the Federal Public...
    • Student rally, 1963

    • 1963-10-14
    • Though this photograph of a student rally is dated October 14th, it's more likely from October 11th or 12th, prior to the Oct. 12 Washington State University home football game against San Jose State.
    • Squirt, ca. 1906

    • ca. 1906
    • 1 photographic print; 3 x 4 inches. Squirt was one of the earliest, if not the first, Washington (State College athletic mascots. Squirt had the distinct honor of being a co-mascot for a time- on a football trip to the state of Oregon on October...
    • Yell Leaders, 1916

    • 1916-10-14
    • 1 photographic postcard; 13 x 8 cm.
      Yell leaders, Washington State College (Washington State University) vs. Oregon Agricultural College (Oregon State University) football game, October 14th, 1916. Washington State's athletic teams were...
    • Cougars banner, 1919

    • 1919-11-01
    • 1 photographic postcard; 13 x 8 cm. On October 28th, 1919, the Washington State College student body elected the Cougar as their official mascot. A few days later, on November 1st at a game at the University of Idaho, the college Yell Leaders...
    • Women's Gymnasium

    • 1944-09
    • Architect: Stanley Smith. Cost, $400,000. Housed Women's Physical Education Department. Smith Gymnasium was the first women's physical education building, and named on October 15th, 1961 for Helen G. Smith, Chair of the Department of Physical...

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