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    • 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...
    • French, C. Clement

    • 1952-1966 ca.
    • Portrait of C. Clement French (1901-1988), who served as Washington State College's (now Washington State University) sixth president. He was appointed by the Board of Regents February 24, 1952. French retired in 1966.
    • Free coffee day, 1953

    • 1953-12-17
    • Free coffee was given out all day at Washington State College (later Washington State University)'s CUB (Compton Union Building) on the last Thursday before Christmas break as ""the CUB's Christmas present to the campus."" The coffee was often...
    • 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...
    • Beasley, Wallis

    • 1979
    • Wallis Beasley (1915-2008) poses for a photograph. He taught sociology and served as the chair of the department of Sociology and Anthropology. He would also serve as the faculty athletic representative to the Pacific Athletic Conference. In 1966...
    • Lilley, George

    • 1892
    • Portrait of George W. Lilley (1850-1904). In 1891, Lilley was appointed to be the first president of Washington Agricultural College and School of Science (later WSC and WSU); he served through December 1892.
    • Bryan, Enoch Albert

    • 1930 ca.
    • Portrait of Enoch Albert Bryan (1855-1941). He served as Washington State College (now Washington State University) president from 1893 to 1915. In the following year, 1916, the University would named Bryan Hall in his honor and the clock tower...
    • Education Building

    • 1947-10
    • Housed staff of Psychology Department until such time as Comparative Behavior Laboratory and Todd Hall Addition were completed. Until early 1960s it also housed College of Education as ""Old Education Building."" Built in 1942 the structure served...
    • Heston, John W.

    • 1893
    • Portrait of John W. Heston (1854-1920). He was appointed the second president of Washington State College (now Washington State University) by the Board of Regents on December 13, 1892. He served as President through June 1893.
    • Clark Hall, 1972

    • 1972-06-15
    • WSU's Clark Hall was named after Asa V. Clark, a longtime Pullman resident who was Captain of the 1915 Cougar football team which played in the first Rose Bowl game, and who served in the State House of Representatives.

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