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    • Butch I, 1927

    • 1927
    • 1 photograph; 5 x 7 inches. The first live cougar mascot was presented to Washington (State College at halftime of the 1927 homecoming game against the University of Idaho by Governor Roland H. Hartley. The two official looking gentlemen standing...
    • Butch IV, 1952

    • 1952
    • 1 photographic print; 9 x 11 cm. Butch III and IV were a pair of cougar twins given to Washington State College as mascots by state governor Arthur Langlie in January 1942, but Butch III died after just 16 days at WSC. Butch IV lived until...
    • Butch I, 1932

    • 1932-04-23
    • 1 photographic print; 12 x 10 cm. On November 11, 1927 Washington governor Roland Hartley gifted a live cougar to WSC. Student loyalists proposed naming it Hartley after the governor, but fearing he’d lose the votes of UW fans, Hartley instead...
    • Butch III and IV, 1942

    • 1942
    • 1 photographic print; 8 x 10 inches. From left to right. Standing: Jim Love, Everett Jensen, Ken Stenbey, Jim Repp, George Barclay, Russ Michaels. Kneeling: Carl Uppman, Al Hunt, Grant Jochimsen. Butch III and IV were twin cubs presented by...
    • Butch VI, 1973

    • 1973-08
    • 1 photographic print; 8 x 10 inches. Washington State University's last live cougar mascot, Butch VI, was gifted to the school by state governor Albert Rosellini in September 1964, and died on August 24, 1978.
    • Butch V, 1954

    • 1954-12-29
    • 1 photographic print; 12 x 10 cm. Butch V was officially given to Washington State College by state governor Arthur Langlie in February 1955, dying in March of 1964. However, Butch V arrived at Washington State several months previously by plane,...
    • Butch II, 1938

    • 1938-09-08
    • 1 photographic print; 12 x 10 cm. Butch II was given to Washington State College by state governor Clarence Martin in September, 1938 and remained until his death in January, 1942

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