A field day on Hamline University's campus. The backs of University Hall (also known as Old Main), Science Hall, the heating plant, and Ladies Hall (later known as Goheen Hall) are in the background (from left to right).
Hamline University state champion football team. Back row from left: Coach Benjamin H. Beck, Henry Hoffert, Assistant Coach John Kobs, Herbert Labbitt, Ivor Lindgren. Third row: Herbert Swanbeck, Harold Knudsen, Fred Pedlar, Carl Lidberg, John Simons, Lloyd Sundin, Chester Sprague, John Koors, Avold Kaplan. Second row: Emerson Cady, Martin Kruse, Glenn Krueger, Harold Dirks, Leroy Klaus, Leslie Scott, Mark Mathews. Front row: Donald Warren, Harvey Kaplan, Fergus Dennerly, Walter Higbe, Albin Westling, Delos Henry.
Hamline University football team. Back row from left: ? Holton, Richard A. Packard, ? McCarthy, Charles H. "Curly" Pierce, Clyde E. Wilson, C. Kirk Hillman. Center: Gordon E. Kidder, ? Pemberton, David W. Storberg, Arthur W. Mauel, Charles S. Kidder. Front: Charles G. Ellery, George N. Drew, Rolla K. Meacham.
Hamline University state champion baseball team. Back row from left: ? Hopkins, ? Robison, Manager ? Schonover, ? Nyline, Coach ? Beemis, Neal E. Dow, Thomas E. Ray. Front row: Curt T. Timm, Arthur J. Larson, William F. Johnson, ? Nelson, ? Hartwick.
Hamline University tri-state conference champion basketball team. Back row: R. Oppegard, William Baird (coach), Theodore B. Larson. Front row: William F. Johnson, Franklin L. Blume (captain), Curt T. Timm.
Hamline University state champion basketball team. Back row from left: William Baird (coach), Franklin L. Blume, Gilbert Lokke. Middle row: ? Little, Henry Swanson, ? Heneman. Front row: James L. Parsons, Henry H. Scheer.
The college football team is ready for a game against St. Peter High School that will result in a score of 8~0. Shown are: H. Kempe, E. Blomquist, A. D. Peterson, A. W. Shaleen, A. Hedberg, C. G. Gustafson, H. L. Quist, Ben Peterson, F. E. Larson, A. W. Elmgren, A. Lundquist, A. Ledin, O. A. [?], and F. Thordarson.
The Gustavus Adolphus College baseball team poses with its manager. Pictured are: (back row) J. Engelbret, H. Johnson, A. Swanberg, P. Frodeen, A. Schroeder, E. Swensk, H. Samuelson; (seated) C. Hensel, M. Osborne, A. E. Peterson, W. Amundson, and E. Sjostrand, Manager.
Winona Normal School football team of 1896. This was the ""championship"" team which scored 135 points during the season while allowing opponents to score only 12. Other teams defeated included the University of Minnesota and Carleton College.
Winona State University, Darrell W. Krueger Library