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    • 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.
    • Melander and Aldrich, 1917

    • 1917
    • Dr. A.L. (Axel Leonard) Melander (right) of Washington State College, and Dr. J.M. (John Merton) Aldrich (left) of the University of Idaho. The pair were two of the world's leading experts in Diptera (two-winged insects). This photograph is...
    • New Fight Song Scores Big Hit

    • 1919-02-26
    • New Fight Song Scores Big Hit. New Composition by Co-eds Wins Favor of Student Body – Fills Long Felt Want. The new college song, composed by Phyllis Sayles and Zella Melcher was sung for the first time at the Associated Students assembly February...
    • Herbert 'Butch' Meeker, 1929

    • 1929-10-15
    • 1 photographic print; 17 x 12 cm. 62 to 62 inch tall (reports vary) Washington State quarterback Butch Meeker had WSC's first live cougar mascot named 'Butch' after him, a name which continues today. Also pictured here is 77 inch tall center Gene...
    • Johnson, Randall

    • 1943-1946 ca.
    • A photograph of Randall Johnson (1915-2007). He created the traditional cougar head logo for Washington State College (now Washington State University). He also redesigned the logo when WSC changed its name to Washington State University in 1958....
    • 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...
    • Losers' Walk, 1960

    • 1960-11-22
    • Students from University of Idaho at the conclusion of the Losers' Walk, probably in the WSU CUB (Compton Union Building). Their sign reads ""Th' hell with WSC, Here comes Idaho."" The C is underlined, making fun of Washington State University's...
    • 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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