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A photograph looking west as a man walks down a side walk

covered in snow.

A view of the front facade of the United Presbyterian

(Greystone) Church. The church still stands on College Hill,

but is boarded up.

Note the Entrance Arch in the background, upper right.
1 map : hand col. ; 70 x 69 cmRelief shown by hachuresIncludes ill. and textInset: [Map of the Northwest showing Spokane's location and railroad connections]One of library's copies indicates depot and Occident addition in pencil; one copy mounted on…

Clipping of an Associated Press (AP) story printed in the Spokesman Review about a bill that would ban "Japanese and other alien fishing boats from American waters."

cg836b1f1971-RalphAtkinsLetter (from copies).pdf
28 x 22 cm. letter, 8 pages. Handwritten letter by Ralph Atkins describing his 1970 experiences with the racism and student protests at Washington State University, as well as his views of racism in America. Writing 17 years later, he relates his…
1 map : col. ; 46 x 42 cm.Relief shown by contoursContour interval 500 feetShows eight classes of timber density and burned areas"Julius Bien & Co. Lith. N.Y."Scale ca. 1:380,000 (W 122°00--W 120°00/N 49°00-N 47°30)

Masked Ku Klux Klan member riding in car, holding noose outside window during a parade through an African American neighborhood of Miami on the night before a primary election.
1 map: hand col., 79 x 119 cm."Scale, 24 Statute Miles to an Inch"Longitude west from Washington at bottom. Longitude west from Greenwich at top.
1 map : col. ; 46 x 84 cmShows railroads, proposed railways, school houses, churches, county roads, springs, and school district boundaries and numbersIncludes ill.: Combined harvester at work in Adams CountyScale 1:126,720. One-half inch to the mile
A view looking West after the fire that destroyed original Ferry Hall, WSU Building #8. A crowd -- many in cadet uniforms -- stands in the foreground in front of the fire ravaged structure. The city of Pullman is in the background; only a few homes…
A portrait of William Delbert Barkhuff.
Power Plant building during winter.
The engine room ca. 1899 with Matthew Sillman "engineer" in the foreground. The room was once located in the SE corner of the old Mechanical Engineering, WSU Building 22. A figure is visible exiting the arched entrance.…
A class portrait with Barkhuff (the tallest man) standing in the back row.
Group portrait of the W.A.C class of 1898. Barkhuff is seated in the middle row second to the right.
Engineering class with their surveying equipment in front of the Administration Building, later Thompson Hall.
Inside Mechanical hall
An interior view of students working with early power tools in the old Mechanical Engineering Building.
A photograph looking west over Pullman.
Cave family residence, Pullman. The Klemgard home at Reaney Park is the one with the union dome. Reaney Way St is at base of hill below Thompson Hall
Three female chemistry students pose together in front of several shelves of glass vials.
General Wyler's effigy hanging in downtown Pullman during the Spanish American War
Students of the first College newspaper the Record sitting by building. Note: original print is faded.
A portrait of the staff of the college newspaper the Record. The photographer, Barkhuff, sits in the front row to the far right.
First Faculty of the W.A.C. Note: the original print is faded.
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