Box 1- B3A, 8, 7
Box 1- B3A, 8, 7
Record Group: 1 C
Scope and Content Note
This Record Sub-Group contains photographs and negatives created by the Office of Public Information. Commencement, convocation, and registration, along with Tap Day, St. Patrick's Day, Farmer's Fair and Jefferson Day are some of the events which are documented in this Sub-Group. There are numerous photographs of the landmarks and buildings on the Columbia campus along with photographs of the construction and dedications of some of those buildings in this Sub-Group. There is one folder of material pertaining to buildings located on the University of Missouri-St. Louis (UMSL) campus. The City of Columbia and the area near campus, ca. 1900 are also documented. This Record Sub-Group also contains photographs of state officials including governors and legislators. The governors include James T. Blair, Henry S. Caulfield, John M. Dalton, Phil M. Donnelly and Lloyd Stark, among others, several of whom were honorary degree recipients. Other honorary degree recipients, such as Mark Twain and Blake-More Godwin, are also featured in the Sub-Group. In addition, there are photographs of the Board of Curators and the Board of Visitors, both as a group and as individuals in the Sub-Group.
The University Relations Division was formerly known as the Office of Public Information and Publications. From 1963 through 1968, the Office of Public Information managed the publicity for the Columbia campus and for the UM-System. In 1968, University Information Services became a separate entity which handled publicity for the UM-System.
This Record Sub-Group is not divided into separate record series. The photographs in this Sub-Group are arranged alphabetically.
FF 1 - Andrae, Henry - member Board of Curators, n.d.
FF 2 - Archaeology Dig, 09/16/1949
FF 3 - Art and Archaeology Museum - Opening, 04/11/1961
FF 4 - Asakai, Korchuro - Ambassador of Japan, n.d.
FF 5 - Becker, William H. - Judge, n.d.
FF 6 - Bell - Traditions, Missouri vs. Nebraska Bell, n.d.
FF 7 - Blair, James T. - Governor, 1956
FF 8 - Board of Curators, 1930-1963
FF 9 - Boyle, Hal - Columnist, 1949
FF 10 - Bradley, Omar N. - General, n.d.
FF 11 - Brooks, Stratton Duluth, n.d.
FF 12 - Bunche, Ralph - Under-Secretary of the United Nations, 1964
FF 13 - Business and Public Administration Building, old building, previously Law Building, 11/1956
FF 14 - Campus and students, 1910-1911
FF 15 - Cannon, Clarence, 1954
FF 16 - Caulfield, Henry S. - Governor and Governor Charles W. Bryan of Nebraska, ca. 1928
FF 17 - Cicero Edition, Rare Book Collection, 1958
FF 18 - Commencement, 06/07/1960
FF 19 - Commencement, 08/1960
FF 20 - Commencement, 06/1961
FF 21 - Commencement, 06/06/1961
FF 22 - Commencement, 08/04/1961
FF 23 - Commencement, 06/1962
FF 24 - Commencement, 08/1962
FF 25 - Commencement, 06/1963
FF 26 - Commencement, 08/1963
FF 27 - Commencement, 06/09/1964
FF 28 - Commencement, Summer 1964
FF 29 - Commencement, Speakers, 1959-1964
FF 30 - Commencement, 08/07/1964
FF 31 - Commencement, 06/1965
FF 32 - Commencement, Summer 1965
FF 33 - Commencement, 06/1968
FF 34 - Convocation, 09/15/1932
FF 35 - Convocation, 1957-1958
FF 36 - Copley, James S., Publisher, n.d.
FF 37 - Crowder Hall Dedication, n.d.
FF 37a - Croy, Homer, n.d.
FF 38 - Dalton, John M. - Governor, 1951-1962
FF 39 - Deans and President Frederick A. Middlebush, ca. 1930's
FF 40 - Dismas Clark, Father Charles, n.d.
FF 41 - DiSalle - Governor, n.d.
FF 42 - Donnelly, Phil M. - Governor, 06/1953
FF 43 - Dorms - Men's and New South, photos and architectural sketches; dedication Blair Group, 1963
FF 44 - Douglas, William O. - Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court, n.d.
FF 45 - Eckles Hall and its predecessor for dairy instruction, ca. 1890
FF 46 - Education Building, Laboratory School, n.d.
FF 47 - Eisenhower, Milton S. - President of Kansas State, ca. 1943
FF 48 - Elston, Sarah Gentry, n.d.
FF 49 - Emeritus Professors, 06/1956
FF 50 - Engineering Buildings, personnel and equipment, 1952-1959
FF 51 - Ferguson, Oliver B. - Board of Curators, 1955
FF 52 - Field, Eugene - Photograph, drawing and photographic copies of letters given to Western Historical Manuscripts Collection, ca. 1870's
FF 53 - Finch, James A. Jr. - member Board of Curators; Dedication of the Governors Dorm Group 06/07/1951, 03/31/1963
FF 54 - Francis, David R. - Memorial, 04/1969
FF 55 - Freedom of Information Center Dedication, 05/1959
FF 56 - Hill Hall - Education - including construction, dedication and architect's drawing, 1951-1953, 1962
FF 57 - Home Economics faculty members, Margaret Mangel, Louise Stanley, Florence Harrison, Mabel Campbell, Starley Hunter, 03/1961
FF 58 - Honorary Degree Recipients, 1960
FF 59 - Honorary Degree Recipients, 1961
FF 60 - Honorary Degree Recipients - Governors Phil M. Donnelly, James T. Blair, Forrest Smith, Forrest C. Donnell, Lloyd C. Stark, Henry S. Caulfield, 1960
FF 61 - Honorary Degree Recipients - Governors James T. Blair, Henry S. Caulfield, John M. Dalton, Forrest C. Donnell, Phil M. Donnelly, Forrest Smith, Lloyd C. Stark, 12/03/1960
FF 62 - Honorary Degree Recipients - Commencement, 06/1963
FF 63 - Huntley, Chet, n.d.
FF 64 - Jefferson Day, 04/1932
FF 65 - Jefferson Day, 04/13/1949
FF 66 - Jefferson Day Ceremonies, 04/13/1951
FF 67 - Jefferson Day Ceremonies, 04/13/1956
FF 68 - Jefferson Day, Award - Emeritus Dean W. F. English presents to Dr. Carlton Scofield, 04/13/1970
FF 69 - Jefferson Monument, n.d.
FF 70 - Jefferson Monument with Frederick A. Middlebush, V.E. Phillips, and others, 1938
FF 71 - Jefferson, Thomas, n.d.
FF 72 - Jesse Hall - Historical, ca. 1900
FF 73 - Kitt, Randall R. - member Board of Curators, duplicated copy, 1955
FF 74 - KOMU TV Dedication, 01/10/1954
FF 75 - Kress Foundation Paintings, 1961
FF 76 - Larkin, Lew, 1953
FF 77 - Lathrop, John H. - member Board of Curators, n.d.
FF 78 - Legislature - Senate Appropriations Committee, 1949
FF 79 - Legislature, House of Representatives Subcommittee of Appropriations, 02/17/1953
FF 80 - Legislative Investigating Committee includes pictures with students in Crowder Hall, Read Hall, Emergency Barracks, Journalism School, among other places on campus, n.d.
FF 81 - Lenox, H.W. - Former Curator from Rolla, term ended, 01/01/1933
FF 82 - Library - includes architect's drawing, 1957
FF 83 - Marching Band, "Change of Uniforms", 1951
FF 84 - Marching Band, 09/20/1969
FF 85 - Mathews Presentation, Judith Marie Lewis, Mrs. Mathews, Schooling, n.d.
FF 86 - Maucker, William J., Dr. - Commencement Speaker, Summer 1961
FF 87 - Meador, Lewis Elbern - Honorary Degree - Commencement, 06/1949
FF 88 - Memorial Union and Brady Commons, ca. 1970
FF 89 - Missouri Assembly on Higher Education, members, n.d.
FF 90 - Missourians at B.A.U. in Biarritz, France, n.d.
FF 91 - Missouri Colleges Conference, ca. 1946
FF 92 - Missouri Conservation Commission, 06/1958
FF 93 - Missouri - Fax - Facsimile Machine, n.d.
FF 94 Missouri Its Resources, Institutions and People presentation of book to Governor Forrest Smith, and also to President Harry S. Truman, 1950
FF 95 - Missouri State Flower, n.d.
FF 96 - Mitchell, Orestes - member Board of Curators, 1961
FF 97 - Monuments - Chinese Stone Lions, n.d.
FF 98 - Monuments - Japanese Stone Lanterns, 11/09/1926
FF 99 - Monuments - Parliament Stone, n.d.
FF 100 - Monuments - St. Paul's Cathedral Stone, n.d.
FF 101 - Monuments - Sun Dial, n.d.
FF 102 - Monuments - Lee H. Tate Plaque in Tate Hall, n.d.
FF 103 - Multipurpose Building, Warren E.Hearnes, including drawing by Katie Kane, construction and dedication plaque, 10/1970-09/1972
FF 104 - Nagy - Former Prime Minister of Hungary, 11/26/1956
FF 105 - Nash, Ogden, n.d.
FF 106 - Navy Plaque to University of Missouri including shots with Frederick A. Middlebush, n.d.
FF 107 - Neill, Robert - Board of Curators, 1957-1958
FF 108 - Park, Guy B., Governor, Frederick B. Mumford, William J. Robbins, Acting President, 10/18/1933
FF 109 - Patterson, Doyle - Board of Curators, 1959
FF 110 - Pauling, Linus, n.d.
FF 111 - Police Academy Graduation, n.d.
FF 112 - Potter, James A. - member Board of Curators, n.d.
FF 113 - Rare Books - Friends of the University of Missouri Library, including Mr. and Mrs. Astaur Gulaian, Dr. Ralph H. Parker, and Dr. Lewis Atherton, ca. 1960
FF 114 - Ravenel, Mazychk Porcher and donation to Medical library of 400 volumes, 1958
FF 115 - Registration, 09/1932
FF 116 - Registration, 09/1946, ca. 1970
FF 117 - Registration, 1948
FF 118 - Research Development Building, Artist's Sketch, 08/1965
FF 119 - Research Park Development Building, n.d.
FF 120 - Ricketts, C.V., Admiral, n.d.
FF 121 - Robnett, Mary, 08/01/1955
FF 122 - ROTC Medal, 06/07/1951
FF 123 - ROTC, Naval, First Graduating Class, n.d.
FF 124 - Shutz, Byron J., Mrs. - member Board of Curators, 1953
FF 125 - Skelton, Ike, Sr. - member Board of Curators, 1963
FF 126 - Smith, Forrest - Governor, 1949
FF 127 - Smith, Forrest - Governor, 1949-1951
FF 128 - Space Sciences Research Center, construction, 06/05/1968
FF 129 - Stafford, Richard Yeater, 03/28/1954
FF 130 - Stamp, Commemorative 50th Anniversary, n.d.
FF 131 - Stark, Edwin J. - member Board of Curators, n.d.
FF 132 - State Officials, 1945
FF 133 - Statue of St. Jerome, 1963
FF 134 - Stonner, Frank - member Board of Curators, 09/1951
FF 135 - Student Union, Donation of Tiger Skin, 11/14/1962
FF 136 - Switzler, W. F. - Colonel, n.d.
FF 137 - Symington, Stuart - Senator, 1956
FF 138 - Tap Day, 1968
FF 139 - Tap Day, 1969
FF 140 - Tap Day, 1971
FF 141 - Tate Hall Addition, architect's drawing, 1958
FF 142 - Taylor, Maxwell D. - General, 1949
FF 143 - Teller, Edward, Dr. with Dr. Cornelius Benjamin, 1958
FF 144 - Tiger, MU mascot, n.d.
FF 145 - Tom Tom - Traditions, MU - KU, n.d.
FF 146 - Tornado damage, ca. 09/21/1931
FF 147 - Truman, Harry S., 1954-1957
FF 148 - Truman, Mary Jane, n.d.
FF 149 - Tucker Prairie, Callaway County, Dedication, 1958,
FF 150 - Twain, Mark, Receiving Honorary LLD, negative and print, 1902
FF 151 - Van de Graaff X-Ray Generator, 08/19/59
FF 152 - Veterinary Building and Clinic - architect's drawings, 1962
FF 153 - Von Braun, Werner, n.d.
FF 154 - Ward, C.J. - member Board of Curators, n.d.
FF 155 - Western Historical Manuscripts Collection, 1953
FF 156 - Westinghouse Network Calculator, n.d.
FF 157 - White, L. Mitchell - Honorary Degree Recipient, n.d.
FF 158 - William, Elmer - member Board of Curators, 1951
FF 1 - Academic Hall, ca. 1840-1900
FF 2 - Allard, Winston, 1949
FF 3 - Arts and Science Building, ca. 1960
FF 4 - Berk, Philip E., - KOMU News Director, n.d.
FF 5 - Bingham Group, 1962
FF 6 - Biology Building, 1967
FF 7 - Board of Curators, 1956-1965
FF 8 - Board of Visitors, 1959
FF 9 - Brady Commons Floor Plans, 1963
FF 10 - Burch, James W., n.d.
FF 11 - Bureau of Wildlife Research, n.d.
FF 12 - Campus Buildings and Landmarks, 1875-1962
FF 13 - Chalyberte Spring, ca. 1900
FF 14 - City of Columbia, 1864-ca.1900
FF 15 - College of Education and Normal School, 1868-ca.1900
FF 16 - Commencement, 1943-1965
FF 17 - Cowgill, Blair, n.d.
FF 18 - Cox, Lester - Board of Curators, n.d.
FF 19 - Daggs, J.A. - Board of Curators, 1951
FF 20 - Demman, Clint H., 1957
FF 21 - Dobbs Group Cafeteria Construction, 1959
FF 22 - Donnell, Forrest C. - Governor, n.d.
FF 23 - Dudley, Louise, n.d.
FF 24 - Farmer's Fair, 1918,1949
FF 25 - Fine Arts Center Floor Plans, ca. 1958
FF 26 - Flynn, M.F. (Jack), n.d.
FF 27 - Folk, Joseph W. - Honorary Doctor of Laws, n.d.
FF 28 - Football, 1916
FF 29 - Gentry, Sarah, ca. 1900
FF 30 - Gilman, Wilbur, n.d.
FF 31 - Ginsburg, A. Robert - Brigadier General, n.d.
FF 32 - Godwin, Blake-More - Honorary Doctor of Fine Arts, 1955
FF 33 - Gorman, Joseph B., n.d.
FF 34 - Gould, Hubert - Professor Emeritus of Voice, 1954
FF 34A - Graduating Class, 1882
FF 35 - Grinstead, Frances, 1951
FF 36 - Gwynn Hall, ca. 1961
FF 37 - Hackett, Walter A., 1961
FF 38 - Hammond, Harry E., n.d.
FF 39 - Hauschild, Christine, 1950
FF 40 - Heinberg, John G., 1952
FF 41 - Hendren, Glenn - Board of Curators, 1951
FF 42 - Hill, Robert E. - Brigadier General, 1959
FF 43 - Hills, Lee, 1951
FF 44 - History and Identification of Photos from Office of Public Information, 1958
FF 45 - Hobby, Oveta Culp, 1950
FF 46 - Hospital Construction, n.d.
FF 47 - Hunter, Oak - Board of Visitors, n.d.
FF 48 - Installation of Agriculture Dean, 1960
FF 49 - Irion, Theophil, n.d.
FF 50 - Japanese Garden, n.d.
FF 51 - Jeffrey, Arthur Allan - Agricultural Editor, 1951
FF 52 - Jesse Auditorium Construction, 1953
FF 53 - Jesse Hall, ca. 1960
FF 54 - Johns, Delos C. - Board of Curators, n.d.
FF 55 - Johnston, Eva - Professor of Latin, n.d.
FF 56 - KOMU-TV Station, ca. 1953
FF 57 - Long, Howard R. - Associate Professor of Journalism, 1957
FF 58 - McAlester, A.W., n.d.
FF 59 - McDavid, Frank - Board of Curators, 1939
FF 60 - McKee Gymnasium, n.d.
FF 61 - McReynolds, Allen - Board of Curators, n.d.
FF 62 - Maneval, Willis, Professor Emeritus of Botany, n.d.
FF 63 - Manly, William G., n.d.
FF 64 - Math and Science Building Construction, 1967
FF 65 - Mechanical Arts Building, n.d.
FF 66 - Middlebush, Frederick A., n.d.
FF 67 - Miller, Walter H. - Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering, n.d.
FF 68 - Peace Park - McAllister Park, n.d.
FF 69 - Phillips, Claude A., 1959
FF 70 - Physics Building construction, ca. 1964
FF 71 - Potter, James A. - Board of Curators, n.d.
FF 71A - President's House, pre 1923
FF 72 - Pullen, Roscoe L. - Dean of Medical School, Director of Medical Center, n.d.
FF 73 - Quarles, James T. - Professor of Music, 1948
FF 74 - Ragan, William J. - Chief Engineer of KOMU, 1958
FF 75 - Ramsay, Robert L. - Professor of English, 1952
FF 76 - Research Reactor, n.d.
FF 77 - Rollins, James S., n.d.
FF 78 - Shartel, Stratton - Board of Curators, n.d.
FF 79 - Shelley, Jack, 1948
FF 80 - South Dormitory, 1947
FF 81 - Stadler, Lewis J. - Professor of Field Crops, n.d.
FF 82 - Stark, Lloyd - Governor, n.d.
FF 83 - Stewart Hall, n.d.
FF 84 - St. Patrick's Day, 1909
FF 85 - Swallow Hall, n.d.
FF 86 - Swan, Joyce, 1948
FF 87 - Swift, E.B., n.d.
FF 88 - Talbert, T.J., n.d.
FF 89 - Taylor, Carl - Honorary Doctor of Laws, ca. 1960
FF 90 - Taylor, Harry, n.d.
FF 91 - Todd, James, 1950
FF 92 - Todd, Robert B. - one of first two graduates, n.d.
FF 93 - Todd, Robert L. - one of first two graduates, n.d.
FF 94 - Tucker, Clarence M. - Professor of Botany, n.d.
FF 95 - Unidentified and Miscellaneous Photographs, 1940-1956
FF 96 - University Classes and Laboratories, including courses in agriculture, poultry management, vegetable gardening, elocution, home economics, entomology and more. Professors include Frederick Mumford, William Switzler, John Moore Stedman and Professor Scott, ca. 1900-ca.1950
FF 97 - University of Missouri-St. Louis (UMSL) buildings, n.d.
FF 98 - University well, 1938
FF 99 - Veterinary Clinic, 1959
FF 100 - Walter Williams Hall, n.d.
FF 101 - Walter Williams Hall Groundbreaking, 1936
FF 102 - Walters Hall, n.d.
FF 103 - Williams, Walter, n.d.
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