Video documenting the inauguration of St. Cloud State's 14th president Robert Wick. The video features the introduction of Wick as president, the presentation of the presidential medallion, the receiving line after the ceremony, and the procession to start the ceremony.
Video documenting the 5th anniversary celebration of the opening of the James W. Miller Resources Center. Speakers include St. Cloud State president Roy Saigo, Learning Resources and Technology Services dean Kristi Tornquist, and former Learning Resources Dean John Berling. Unveiled at the ceremony were granite plaques honoring former St. Cloud State library deans.
Video documenting the dedication of the James W. Miller Resources Center featuring many speakers including St. Cloud State president Roy Saigo, Learning Resources and Technology Services dean Kristi Tornquist, donor James W. Miller, faculty member Judy Foster, and science fiction author Ray Bradbury.
Silent black and white 16mm film (3 minutes, 54 seconds) of the demolition of the Old Main building on First Avenue South at St. Cloud State Teachers College. St. Cloud State Teachers College is now St. Cloud State University.
Silent black and white 16mm film (19 minutes, 39 seconds) showing St. Cloud State Teacher College students participating in a variety of recreational and athletic activates, including those in which they represented the college. Listed are the times by minute and second of the different activities represented in the video. 0:04 - ""A Decade of Development, 1927-1937,"" sign. 0:15 - Bonfire. 0:33 - Homecoming parade in downtown St. Cloud. 1:44 - Plane with writing that reads ""Wallop Winona."" 1:56 - Flag on flagpole. 2:04 - Ceremony at Selke Field that features George Selke, with views of the crowd in attendance. 2:40 - Football game at Selke Field. 3:15 - Marching band performing with cheerleaders. 3:47 - Football game at Selke Field. 4:10 - No footage. 4:15 - Students play together near the Old Main building and Riverview. 4:55 - Ice skating. 5:57 - Students riding on toboggan on toboggan run built on top on the riverbank behind Eastman Hall to the Mississippi River. 6:31 - Cross country skiing. 6:58 - Campus trees, stone steps down riverbank to Mississippi River, view of Beaver Islands. 7:34 - Track meet featuring hurdles, running, long jump, javelin. 10:36 - Tennis players, people getting off and on bus. 11:18 - Track meet featuring running hurdles, high jump, javelin, crowds at meet, and trophies being awarded. 14:07 Football game at Selke Field. 14:34 - No footage. 14:38 - Ice hockey. 14:53 - Cross country skiing. 15:23 - Construction of toboggan run on the riverbanks behind Eastman Hall. 16:06 - Students riding on toboggan on toboggan run built on top on the riverbank behind Eastman Hall to the Mississippi River. 16:38 - Figure skating exhibition. 17:54 - Broomball. 18:03 - No footage. 18:06 - Students participate in recreational activities such as softball, horseshoes, campfire, volleyball, and eating.
This silent 16mm film combines color and black and white film (15 minutes, 16 seconds) of two separate events at the St. Cloud State Teachers College: freshmen orientation camp and 1952 homecoming activities. Listed here are the times on the film, by minute and second, of the different activities represented in the video. The first segment is color film of students participating in a variety of activities during freshman orientation camp at Lake Koronis, near Paynesville, Minnesota. 0:23 - Students arrive at Lake Koronis by bus. 2:05 - Students participate in recreational activities such as lounging on the lawn and swimming. 2:35 - Swimming and basket weaving. 4:14 - Students making crafts, weaving, and writing. 5:09 - Man and woman talking together on park bench. 5:30 - Women in bathing suits walk to cabins. 6:01 - Students play volleyball. 6:33 - Men and women participate in archery. 7:20 - Students study a snake. 7:54 - Lake Koronis. 8:00 - Men wearing green freshmen beanie load cots into the back of a truck. 8:23 - Swimming. 8:43 - 1952 homecoming title in black and white. 9:17 - St. Cloud State homecoming parade through downtown St. Cloud that featured floats, homecoming royalty and other personalities, and marching bands in color. 12:12 - ""'Ike' (U.S. presidential candidate Dwight D. Eisenhower) Crowns TC Queen"" title in black and white. 12:22 - U.S. presidential candidate Dwight D. Eisenhower steps up to the podium in front of the Stearns County courthouse in downtown St. Cloud. 12:26 - ""'Ike' Faces Queen-Not Camera No Wonder!"" title. 12:44 - Eisenhower crowns Joyce Pearson as St. Cloud State Teacher College's 1952 homecoming queen on the steps on the Stearns County Courthouse in downtown St. Cloud. 13:19 - Eisenhower gives a speech in front of the Stearns County courthouse in downtown St. Cloud.
Silent black and white 16mm film (4 minutes, 6 seconds) of the St. Cloud State Teachers College marching band performing on a football field. St. Cloud State Teachers College is now St. Cloud State University.
Silent color 16mm film (2 minutes, 51 seconds) of St. Cloud State Teachers College homecoming parade through downtown St. Cloud that featured floats, homecoming royalty and other personalities, and marching bands. St. Cloud State Teachers College is now St. Cloud State University.
Silent color 16mm film (2 minutes, 58 seconds) of St. Cloud State Teachers College freshmen orientation camp at Lake Koronis, near Paynesville, Minnesota, that shows students square dancing in a cabin. St. Cloud State Teachers College is now St. Cloud State University.
This black and white, silent film documents the statue's unveiling on October 30, 1921. The bronze statue was a gift to our campus by Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rubbert of Minneapolis, Minnesota. The statue was modeled after a Luther monument in Worms, Germany, and designed by German sculptor Ernst Friedrich August Rietschel. It was cast by the Flour City Ornamental Iron Company of Minneapolis. The statue is over 12 feet high, stands on a pedestal of St. Louis granite, and weighs over 40 tons. On the day of the unveiling, there were more than 3,000 people present. Myrtle Rubbert Buenger, daughter of the donors and daughter-in-law of Concordia's President Theodore Buenger, pulled the cord to unveil the statue. Since the unveiling in the original location at Luther Hall, the statue has moved twice and now resides near the entrance to campus at the Lutheran Memorial Center. The Martin Luther Statue is a significant campus landmark for Concordia University, Saint Paul. The statue has resided in v
"A Day at Our Saint Paul Concordia" is a black and white, silent film that documents the lifestyle of a student at Concordia College, Saint Paul in the 1920s and 1930s. The film includes shots of the campus, dormitories, classroom instruction, a gymnasium class, a baseball game, and clips from a graduation ceremony. The film highlights many of Concordia's early professors: Martin A. H. Graebner (President), Herman Wollaeger, William Moenkemoeller, Ernest Lussky, Oswald Overn, Fred Wahlers, William Dobberfuhl, E. G. Richard Siebert, Paul Stor, and Oliver Harstad.
Carl H. Lundquist speaks about the transformative power of a Bethel education on students in the departments of education, ministry, social work and business. Aerial views of Bethel College and Seminary campus on Snelling Avenue in St. Paul and architectural rendering of Arden Hills campus.
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