Pictured is a room in the newly built Johnson Hall. This postcard was sent to Mr. Herman Turner, St. Paul, Minn., c/o Agr. College. The message on the back reads "Monday, Feb 5, '12, I didn't go down last Sept. but will be in the cities over next Sunday if nothing hinders me. I will most likely be up with you Sat. night, unless I am detained in Mpls until too late an hour. Shall try to be with you tho sometime in the evening. In Haste, Edwin.The picture is a good example of the rooms at the dorm. Room 14 New dorm."
Uniformed Augustana College Band members pose with instruments including drums and brass. Band member O. J. Johnson (second from the right, top row) served as President of Gustavus Adolphus College 1913-1942.
Bachelor of Arts degree certificate for Ole Edward Rolvaag awarded by St. Olaf College of Northfield, Minnesota on June 13, 1905. Signed by J. N. Kildahl and J. O. Hougen. A cut several inches long goes through the top center of the certificate. Document was removed from its frame just prior to scanning.
College baseball team of 1936. Back row: H. Schweigert, L. Schierenbeck, R. Buck, W. Lieske, L. Petersen, W. Becker, L. Ewald (coach). Front row: F. Kruger, V. Mack, E. Hansen (manager), H. Hasskamp, E. Nachtsheim.
College baseball team of 1937. Back row: O. Quast, H. Bartz, R. Rist, C. Crew, E. Gerike, R. Koepp, Len Ewald (coach). Front row: H. Schweigert, H. Hasskamp, W. Lieske (manager), W. Scheitel, E. Nachtsheim, W. Fuerniss (mascot).
College baseball team of 1938. Standing: C. Boye, M. Taron, R. Brandt, E. Nieting, W. Schroder (coach), O. Rumsch, V. Brandt, P. Klett, E. Krause. Sitting: L. Halvorson, R. Rist, O. Quast (manager), H. Bartz, E. Gerike, K. Hill. Kneeling: Martin Martins (mascot).
College baseball team of 1941. First row: H. Nuetzman, G. Beck, W. Werning (manager), E. Bentrup, F. Schwieger, A. Blavert. Second row: R. Brandt, R. Peters, P. Reed (coach), N. Spomer, A. Nauss. Third row: W. Link, M. Ellinger, E. Priesz, W. Fuerniss.
Quinta basketball team of 1915. The basketball has Quinta '15' painted on it. Back row left to right: Alvin Borchard, Thomas Behrer, Walt Leininger, Walter Bohrer. Front row left to right: Art Klebeno, Ernest Meichsner, ? Richer.
College basketball team of 1933-1934. Front row: O. Markgraf, H. Jentzock, R. Thom (captain), A. Bertram, F. Possehl. Back row: V. Gierke (manager), A. Bruns, A. Schmidtke, A. Fenske, O. Hill, W. Rengstort, J. Rongstadt (coach).
College basketball team of 1940-1941. Left to right: R. Brandt, F. Schweiger, W. Wernog, E. Beck, W. Fuerniss, E. Heyne (captain), D. Siebert (coach), W. Kluchman, E. Priesz, A. Wahlers, F. Ross, E. Bentrup (manager).
College sophomore basketball team of 1943-1944. Front row: Arlin Alpers, Bob Berger, Norbert Streufert, Bill Beck, Bernie Ailts. Back row: Harold Dicke, Art Ehlers, Herb Graebner (manager), Jim Fehner (coach), Darrel Lubben, Duane Bohrer, Roland Scharmer.
Interior view, students using microscopes at Biological laboratory at Old Main. Display cases are against the wall in the background. George Hubbard, St. Cloud State faculty, sits in the foreground looking through a microscope. Old Main was constructed in 1874.
This scrapbook has a wooden face and back, with hinges that open the front cover. Inside are pictures of the Student Representative Council leaders (Ken Thielen, President - Sheet Metal; Debbie Klimstra, Secretary - Practical Nursing; John Huhn, Vice President - Cook Chief; Rick LeNoue, Parlimentarian - Accounting). Pictures include a party for Campus Director Ed Hill, students working in the bricklaying program, the north campus dedication and open house on June 10, 1973, Student Senate agenda and meeting minutes from May 23, 1973, student social and ping pong tournment.
A bulletin of Rochester Junior College's Medical and General Secretarial Course requirements for admission, coursework, tuition and graduation. In addition, a listing of graduates for 1944 and 1945 is included.
A bulletin for Rochester Junior College Opthalmic Optic's program that includes an overview of the program,history of optical glass making, faculty listing, admission requirements, courses and descriptions offered in 1947.
Hamline University's Cadet Band. Back row: center ? Dueur. Third row: Third from right W.C. Jones. Second row from left: Earl W. Thomas, ?, ?, Louis S. Siniff, John Rossiter (director), ? Titsloff, John V. Bumby. Front row: Harold D. Hopp, Robert Thomas.
Postcard showing the start of the 220 yard hurdle race at the Minnesota State Meet. Roger S. Anderson (Class of 1915) is second from right. On the reverse is a message from Roger Anderson to Arthur Anderson in Wild Rose, North Dakota.
Carleton College football team poses for photograph. Handwritten note on back of postcard reads ""From May Abbot in Nov. 1965."" Players names are listed on back of postcard include Kinder, Clagget, Riegel, Aikin, Moyer, Johnson, Sampson, Howard, Smith, Lewison, Morse, Clark, Gillot, Cowling, Hageline (Hayeline?), Stevenson, Coach Kent, Thane, Jacobsen, L. Leighton, Simpson, Palon, Haskins, Schmidt, Dack, Kent.
Carleton students who left school for military service during the Spanish-American War, in training with the 12th Minnesota Infantry at Chickamauga. Pictured are: John Gleed Redding. Frank Knapp, Ernest Lundeen, Fred Smith, and George G. Larson.
Black and white group portrait of a chemistry class, 4 men wearing suits, and 4 women wearing dresses, standing together in a room, tables on the side and display cases in the background. Left to right: Lura Leonard, Miss Getty, Frank Vogel, Frank Murray?, Professor Keppel, Andrew Lingren, Carl Anderson, Lulu Cross.