Ballroom, Wilson Compton Union
Title:
Ballroom, Wilson Compton Union
Pullman Washington (WA), Chrome unused

Description:
State College of Washington - a colorful banquet arrangement. The room also provides an attractive setting for large dances, lectures, and concerts.


Residence Halls, Washington State University
Title:
Residence Halls, Washington State University
Pullman Washington (WA), Chrome unused

Description:
These two 12-stories'skyscrapers', are the tallest buildings in the Palouse area. Each houses 520 students. Named for former regents of the university, they are Charles V. Orton (left) and Alan Rogers Halls.



Washington State University
Title:
Washington State University
Pullman Washington (WA), Chrome unused

Description:
This portion of the campus includes College of Veterinary Medicine buildings (foreground) and men's residence halls (left). Just above are Heald, Fulmer (and its annex occupied in 1961), Troy and Wilson Halls. Bryan Hall's clock tower looms behind Troy. Compton Union Building is a top right.


Washington State University - Athletic Complex
Title:
Washington State University - Athletic Complex
Pullman Washington (WA), Continental Chrome unused



Washington State University
Title:
Washington State University
Pullman Washington (WA), Chrome unused


Washington State University - Alan Rogers Residence Hall
Title:
Washington State University - Alan Rogers Residence Hall
Pullman Washington (WA), Chrome unused



Washington State University
Title:
Washington State University
Pullman Washington (WA), Chrome unused

Description:
Smith-Western Co., Inc.


Mechanical, Electric and Heating Building, Washington State College
Title:
Mechanical, Electric and Heating Building, Washington State College
Pullman Washington (WA), Divided Back unused



Waller Hall, Washington State College
Title:
Waller Hall, Washington State College
Pullman Washington (WA), Real Photo unused


Washing State University
Title:
Washing State University
Pullman Washington (WA), Chrome unused

Description:
This residence hall complex of women's dormitories includes: (from left) Scott, Coman, Regents Hill Perham and Streit Halls. They are just behind Smith (women's) Gymnasium. In the far background (center) is a portion of Kamiak apartments for married students; in the lower right foreground is Van Doren Hall Smith Western Co., Inc



What We Can See After Dark at Pullman, Wash
Title:
What We Can See After Dark at Pullman, Wash
Pullman Washington (WA), Divided Back PM 1907


Mechanic Arts Building W. S. C.
Title:
Mechanic Arts Building W. S. C.
Pullman Washington (WA), Real Photo unused



Washingon State College
Title:
Washingon State College
Pullman Washington (WA), Divided Back unused

Description:
MUSIC CONSERVATORY


Washington State University - Athletic Field
Title:
Washington State University - Athletic Field
Pullman Washington (WA), Chrome unused



Washington State University
Title:
Washington State University
Pullman Washington (WA), Chrome unused


Truck Gardening, Looking East
Title:
Truck Gardening, Looking East
Pullman Washington (WA), Divided Back



Stevens Hall, Washington State University
Title:
Stevens Hall, Washington State University
Pullman Washington (WA), Real Photo


Washington State College
Title:
Washington State College
Pullman Washington (WA), Divided Back PM May-7



Washing State College
Title:
Washing State College
Pullman Washington (WA), Chrome PM 1958 Aug-25

Description:
Washington State College is located in the heart of Washington's rich Palouse wheat country at Pullman. The College has an enrollment of more than 5,000 students and the campus covers 130 acres. The College farm and other agricultural experimental lands add another 1,112 acres to this total. WSC is one of America's great Land-Grant Colleges Dexter Press Inc


Washing State University
Title:
Washing State University
Pullman Washington (WA), Chrome unused

Description:
Pat O'Malley Alan Rogers residence hall (foreground) and its 12-story twin skyscraper. Charles W. Orton Hall, immediately behind it, house 1040 students at Washington State University, and dominate the Palouse landscape. The small red building between them is Rogers-Orton Dining Hall Smith-Western



Washington State University
Title:
Washington State University
Pullman Washington (WA), Chrome unused

Description:
This residence hall complex of women's dormitories includes: (from left) Scott, Coman, REgents Hill Perham and Streit Halls. They are just behind Smith (women's) Gymnasium. Int he far background (center) is a portion of Kamiak apartments for married students; in the lower right foreground is Van Doren Hall Smith-Western Co., Inc


State College of Washington
Title:
State College of Washington
Pullman Washington (WA), Chrome PM 1968 Jun-15

Description:
Although started as an Agricultural College in 1892, State College of Washington has expanded its curriculum to include arts and sciences and is now the second largest educational institution in the State



Butterfly Greetings from W S.C Butterfly
Title:
Butterfly Greetings from W S.C Butterfly
Pullman Washington (WA), Divided Back unused


Main Street
Title:
Main Street
Pullman Washington (WA), Divided Back PM 1908 Apr-06



Library And Auditorium
Title:
Library And Auditorium
Pullman Washington (WA), Divided Back unused

Description:
WASHINGON STATE COLLEGE


Washingon State College
Title:
Washingon State College
Pullman Washington (WA), Divided Back unused

Description:
COLLEGE HALL





Total: 26 Items