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    • 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...
    • Field House, Dec. 3, 1929

    • 1929-12-03
    • Architect: Stanley Smith. Constructed by Associated Students at cost of $200,000. Annex added ca. 1980. This building was built in 1929 and known simply as the Fieldhouse (or Field House) until it was named on November 8, 1963 for the University's...
    • 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 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...
    • W.S.C. Presidents Home

    • 1913-09-16
    • Although construction was begun in 1912 it was not ready for opening until 1913. Cost, $25,000. Architect: Rudolph Weaver. Building also refered to as President's Residence, President's Mansion, or President's House.
    • Bryan Hall

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    • Assuming the name on the picture was written at the time this picture was taken, this picture comes from 1916 or later. Though Bryan Hall was built in 1909, it did not receive that name until 1916.
    • Practice Cottage

    • 1923-05
    • This may also have been known as the McKay House. Originally located where Community Hall stands, it was moved across the street to its final location in 1920, and was eventually renamed as the Home Management House until it became a weaving...
    • 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...
    • Morrill Hall

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    • Architects: [Timotheus] Josenhans and [Norris B.] Allen. Although construction on this building began in 1901 it was not completed and furnished until 1903. Dedicated June 16, 1903; it was originally the Chemistry Building. Named for Senator Justin...
    • Kimball Funeral Home, Pullman

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    • 5904 Grand St. Pullman, Kimball Funeral Home. Built in 1893 by Ringer family who lived in it until 1913 when it became a hospital. In 1922, it was purchased by Brown and Dyer. Then finally in 1929 it was purchased by the Kimballs and has been in...
    • 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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