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    • Football team, 1926

    • 1925
    • 1 photographic print; 80 x 20 cm. 1926 Washington State College (Washington State University) Pacific Coast Conference football champions. The African American gentleman in the middle is Munro Wilson of Topeka, Kansas, who was apparently WSU's...
    • 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...
    • 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.
    • Rose Bowl Telegrams, 1916

    • 1916-01-01
    • These 5.5" x 8" telegrams provide coverage of the January 1, 1916 Rose Bowl game between Washington State College (later Washington State University) and Brown University. These are the original telegrams used to report the game's progress to the...
    • Coach Dietz - Indian Regalia

    • 1915
    • Coach Dietz poses for a professional portrait. He is wearing traditional Native American attire. Dietz, who was purportedly part Sioux, coached the football team for three seasons from 1915 to 1917. He led the team to a several victory over Brown...
    • 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...
    • 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...
    • 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...
    • First graduating class, 1897

    • 1897
    • This is the first collegiate graduating class of Washington State University (prior to 1897, there had been Preparatory School graduates, the equivalent of today's high schools). The "original seven" graduates are Orin Stratton, Edward Kimel (also...
    • Lewis Alumni Centre

    • 1990s ca.
    • View of the Lewis Alumni Centre at Washington State University. The original building was Washington State College's (now Washington State University) animal science and beef barn, and was built in 1922. It was rebuilt in 1989 and named for Jack...
    • 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.

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