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Colorado State Normal School students pose for their class photograph outside North Hall (now Taylor Hall) 1922-1923.
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Side view of pillars, west side of Normal Hall looking north. Colorado State Normal School ca 1914
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A Manual Training (Industrial Arts) class in North Hall (Taylor Hall) ca. 1918. Note the coats, ties, and shawl-collared sweaters, as well as the presence of at least two women in the class.
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Laying of the Normal Hall (Taylor Hall) cornerstone by the Grand Masonic Lodge, October 25, 1910.
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Art Studio, Colorado State Normal School, Normal Hall (Taylor Hall), ca. 1912. Henry L. Richter was the instructor, standing. He painted the mural behind him which was discovered in storage in Quigley Hall and now hangs in the circulation area of the Leslie J. Savage Library. The plaster cast of a Greek boy which these students are sketching was still used by the college in 1949.
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Site of Colorado State Normal School commencement, 1916, southwest of Taylor Hall.
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Twin coal stoves were the focal point of the Domestic Science room located in the northeast corner of the second floor of Normal Hall (Taylor Hall), ca. 1913. The Home Economics program was discontinued at the college after the retirement of Anna Streckelberg in about 1956. Ms. Streckelberg insisted on coal stoves because her typical student would spend her life cooking on a ranch.
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Biology professor and Dean of Students Dr. John C. Johnson tending irrigation ditches on the west side of North Hall (Taylor Hall) 1922. Dr. Johnson was responsible for the early landscaping around what is now Taylor Hall.
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Colorado State Normal School Band, 1914
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Gunnison high school students and faculty [presumed].