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    • The E.A. Bryan, 1944

    • March, 1944
    • Text reads "The E.A. Bryan is dedicated to former Washington State 4-H Club members serving in World War II. Washington State 4-H Club members sold bonds in excess of $2,000,000 from January 3, 1944 to March 1, 1944 to finance the cost of this...
    • Losers' Walk, 1957

    • 1957-11-20
    • University of Idaho and Washington State College (later Washington State University) students gather after the completion of UI's Losers' Walk from Moscow, ID to WSC. One of the early good-natured traditions was that the victors would wash the...
    • Losers' Walk, 1957

    • 1957-11-20
    • University of Idaho and Washington State College (later Washington State University) students gather after the completion of UI's Losers' Walk from Moscow, ID to WSC. One of the early good-natured traditions was that the victors would wash the...
    • 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...
    • McCoy Hall

    • 1956
    • Architect: Henry Bertleson (Guller & Associates). Named for John E. McCoy. Two story brick masonry structure, originally called Veterinary Clinic, the building remains such but now has many additions to one end and the rear. Despite the many...
    • Book buying, 1953

    • 1953-09-19
    • Washington State College (later Washington State University) students in line to buy books in the TUB (Temporary Union Building, located between the CUB and the Holland Library). During this time the old Bookie on Thatuna St. had been torn down,...
    • Neill Hall

    • 1957
    • Named for Judge Thomas Neill, one of the leaders most instrumental in bringing the college to Pullman. Dormitory housed 207 students; 45,786 sq. feet. Neill, Kruegel, and McAllister cost a combined $2,260,000. Jointly dedicated with...
    • Losers' Walk, 1957

    • 1957-11-20
    • University of Idaho and Washington State College (later Washington State University) students gather after the completion of UI's Losers' Walk from Moscow, ID to WSC. One of the early good-natured traditions was that the victors would wash the...
    • Losers' Walk, 1957

    • 1957-11-20
    • University of Idaho and Washington State College (later Washington State University) students gather after the completion of UI's Losers' Walk from Moscow, ID to WSC. One of the early good-natured traditions was that the victors would wash the...
    • Dana, Homer

    • 1950s ca.
    • Homer Dana (1890-1970) with first four microphones used by KFAE/KWSC. Dana, along with Hubert Carpenter, founded one of the first education radio stations in the United States. It first went on the air in 1922 as KFAE, changing its name to KWSC in...
    • Book buying, 1953

    • 1953-09-19
    • Washington State College (later Washington State University) students in line behind the Holland Library, waiting to buy books in the TUB (Temporary Union Building, located between the CUB and the Holland Library). During this time the old Bookie...
    • Squirt, ca. 1906

    • ca. 1906
    • 1 photograph; 3 x 4 inches. This photo is captioned as: "Squirt" Famous Campus Mascot, 1903-1907. Squirt was one of the earliest Washington (State College Mascots, if not the first. It is nearly impossible to date for certain his tenure as...

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