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Portrait, Hattabaugh, Stella Zononia
n.d.
Image shows Stella Zononia Hattabaugh with Carrie Mitchell, both with bicycles. Caption: Left: Carrie Mitchell, Right: Stella Zononia Hattabaugh, Daughter of Regent I. C. Hattabaugh.

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Portrait, MacLean, James Alexander (1868 - 1945)
n.d.
President, University of Idaho (1900 - 1913)

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Portrait, Upham, Alfred Horatio (1877 - 1945)
1927?
President, University of Idaho (1920 - 1928)

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Portrait, Upham, Alfred Horatio (1877 - 1945)
n.d.
President, University of Idaho (1920 - 1928)

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Portrait, Chrisman, Edward Robert (1866 - 1939)
1936
General Chrisman and honor guard, cadet battalion in background, April 17, 1936.

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Portrait, Chrisman, Edward Robert (1866 - 1939)
n.d.
Military Science Department (1894 - 1898; 1902 - 1905; 1919 - 1932), Commandant of Cadets, emeritus, (1936 - 1939). From the files of C. J. Brosnan.

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Portrait, Wallace, William Henson (1811 - 1879)
1863
First Governor of Idaho Territory (1863 - 1864). Caption: Idaho.--Photograph of William H. Wallace, First Governor of Idaho Territory, 1863. N. Y., 1863. A reproduction of the original photograph.

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Portrait, Hagberg, Ole Gabriel (1873 - 1898)
1889
In uniform 1889

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Library 1917
1917
Library (1909-1957)

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Library 1957
1957
Library (1909-1957) Technical Services

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Library 1957
1957
Library (1909-1957) Secretarys office

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Library 1957
1957
Library (1909-1957) Librarians Office

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Library 1957
1957
Library (1909-1957) Study correls

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Library
n.d.
Library (1892-1908) Housed in old Rd. Bldg

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Library 1922
1922
Interior view of the Library (1909-1957). Image shows the circulation desk and staircase.

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Library 1930
1930
Students studing in the Library (1909-1957) Reading Room

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Library 1934
1934
Students studying in the Library (1909-1957) Periodicals

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Library 1934
1934
Library (1909-1957) Basement Storage

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Law Library 1974
1974
Law Library: Books being transferred from old building to trucks for transporting to new building.

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Law Library 1974
1974
Law Library: Books being loaded on truck for transporting to new building.

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Law Library

Students studying at the Law Library

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Law Library 1972
1972
Law Library: Law Students in Law (Library located in Admin. Bldg. In september.

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College of Law 1928
1928
College of Law: Mock Trial

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College of Law
n.d.
College of Law: Dean Albert R. Menard with class.

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College of Law
n.d.
College of Law: Mock Trial

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College of Law 1969
1969
College of Law: Idaho supreme court sits in Moscow to hear student attourneys argue the final round in the annual appellate moot court competitions.

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Botany 1930's
ca. 1930
Students working in a Botany Lab in the 1930s.

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Law Library 1961
1961
Law Library: Students preparing for Exams

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Agricultureal Biochemistry & soils
n.d.
Agricultureal Biochechistry and Soils lab

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Agricultural biochemisry & Soils 1948
1948
Lab (Left to Right): Dr. P.R. Moore; Dr. A. C. Weise

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Agricultural Engineering 1953
1953
University Press Service: University of Idaho, Moscow, May __ A tailor-made bean thresher for the University of Idaho branch experiment station at Twin Falls is taking shape in the agricultural engineering shops at the university. Construction of the machine is a farm shop class project under the direction of L.M. Messersmith, farm shop instructor. Bean harvest at the Twin Falls branch station, center of the university's bean research, involves 3,000 to 4,000 seperate threshing operations. A run may be anywhere from a pound of seed from a single short row to 500 pounds or more from a larger planting. Breeding stock plots, increase plantings, and small lots of seed from plant introductions from all parts of the world will go through the small thresher. Breeding and testing of bean varieties at the Twin Falls branch station is done in cooperation with the U. S. Department of Agriculture. Designers of the small bean thresher to fill the special needs at the Twin Falls branch station where Marshall LeBaron, station stuperintendent, and Dr. Leslie Dean, associate plant pathologist stationed there. For threshing the beans from the research and testing plots they wanted a small machine that dosn't crack the beans and is self-cleaning between lots, so there will be no mixing. The machine will be ready to handle the 1954 harvest, Messersmith reports.

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Agricultural Engineering 1974
1974
Potato Cutting Machine: Dean James E. Kraus; To help prevent ring rot in potatos a seed piece machine, which is a rotary disc cutting machine in which the cutting knife constantly rotates in the disinfecting bath, is used. This machine, developed by the department of plant pathology and agricultural engineering, is widely used by Southern Idaho potato growers. Large operators have four or five of the cutters hooked up in tandem. [1974]

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Agricultural Engineering
n.d.
Unidentified students working on an axel in the shop.

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Agricultural Engineering
n.d.
McNeil Pumping Plant

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Botany 1896
1896
Freshman Botany Class (Left to Right): Claude Gibson [?];Clem Herbert [?]; Kate Hanley; Gilbert Hogue; Tom Jenkins [?]; Margret Scully; Clara Playfair.

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Entomology
n.d.
University Press Service: Removing a tray of long-horned beatles for classroom use is Dr. W.F. Borr, assistant entomologist in the University of Idaho College of Agriculture. Largest insects in the bug collections, these beetles are minor forest pests and somtimes bother fruit trees.

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Agronomy
ca. 1900
Shows Agronomy Lab section, early 1900's American Engraving co., Spokane

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Home Economics 1895
1895
First class In Domectic Science, under direction of Miss Lyford; The first class in Domestic Science or household science as it was first called (under the Dept. of Agriculture). Standing in the background in Miss Lyford, the first teacher.

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Home Economics 1928
1928
Seniors in Dresses made in class

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Home Economics 1920s
ca. 1920
Students work in a Home Economics design class in the 1920s.

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Home Economics
n.d.
Students participating in a formal tea for Home Economics.

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Home Economics 1900s
ca. 1900
Students from a Home Economics class in the early 1900s.

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Home Economics 1897
1897
1987 Class in domestic Science: Mrs. Egbert, Jim McNab, Ollie McConnell, Kate Hanley, Clara Playfair, Mande Mix, Miss Lyford, Pauline Moerder, Eva Nicolas, Berta Kirkwood.

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Home Economics 1897
1897
1897 Home Economics students pose for a photo on steps.

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Home Economics
n.d.
Studetns are examining material for Drapery class.

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Home Economics 1952;1902
1952; 1902;
University Press Service: University of Idaho, Moscow, Nov. [95] The "migrotory" department of home economoics at the University of Idaho has finally settled in its new four-story Collegiate-Gothic quarters after roaming from one building to another around the campus for half a century. An open-house in the new building this week will celebrate the new building and the 50th anniversary of home economics at the University of Idaho. The open-house is sceduled for Thursday, November 20, from 4 P.M. to 7 P.M. For years, the home economics department, or domestic science deptartment, as it was often called, was broken into several parts with each section in different building. A cooking laboratory was the first section, located in Ridenbaugh hall in 1902, where the kitchen also served women students living in the dormitory. "The principal difference between cooking laboratories early in the century and the present, aside from new equipment, is the method of teaching," according to Professor Margaret Ritchie, head of the department. "The family-centered teaching plan is used now, with three to four students working in a regular home kitchen unit rather than having small, inadequate facilities for each student." The home economics department finally was put under one roof in a wing of the Administration building, where it was located for more than 30 years before moving to the new building this fall. The new building is complete with divisions and laboratories covering every phase of modern home economics.

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Home Economics 1952
1952
Cooking lab in new home economics building

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Music
n.d.
Summer Group of music students

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Music 1954
1954
Musically the U. of I. Ranks among the top institutions of the west. ; (Left to Right) Prof Carl Laus, Leora Patterson, Joyce Sumsion Hooker, Prof Miriam Little

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Music 1942
1942
Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority, Winners of the May 8 songfest