Barracks no. 4-8Clemson University LibrariesBarracks no. 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 in foreground; Left to right in background: US Post Office, YMCA, Textile, and Barracks No. 2. On back: [Barracks]. LITTLEJOHN COLLECTION DUPLICATE
Mechanical HallClemson University LibrariesUA100_2108; On Back: Mechanical Hall
Mechanical HallClemson University LibrariesUA100_2109; On Back: Mechanical Hall
Physical plant buildingsClemson University LibrariesExterior shot of auxiliary physical plant buildings. These buildings housed the campus fire and police departments at the time this photo was taken. On back: [Physical Plant Buildings]; [Heating Plant]; [Power Plant]
Student on quad in front of Olin HallClemson University LibrariesSoutheast-facing exterior shot of male student lounging on quad in front of Olin Hall. Fertilizer Building to left of Olin. On back: Ceramic Building; Ceramic Eng.; Olin Hall
Hanover HouseClemson University LibrariesOn back: Historic Houses Holiday Celebration Hanover House, above, and John C. Calhoun House will be decorated and ready for holiday visitors Dec. 10-22. The Public is invited to enjoy refreshments at the open house Friday, Dec. 10, 5-8 p.m; Hanover House; 11/18/87 CW
R. M. Cooper LibraryClemson University LibrariesOn back: A THREE-LEVEL STRUCTURE, the Robert Muldrow Cooper Library at Clemson University is completely air conditioned and uniformly lighted. It accommodates 1,200 students and provides space for 450,000 volumes, but can grow to a maximum capacity of 2,000 students and 1,250,000 volumes. The building has approximately 99,000 square-feet of floor space, almost triple that of the old library.
Newman HallClemson University LibrariesSouthwest-facing exterior shot of Newman Hall, with Poole Agricultural Center in background, taken from one of the high rise dormitories. On back: [Poole Agricultural Center]; [Plant and Animal Science Building]; [Pand;A Building]; [Newman Hall]; [Greenhouses]
President's home (Riggs, Sikes, Poole)Clemson University LibrariesOn back: Clemson Pictures - Places- Campus Buildings; President's House - Riggs, Sikes, Poole; First occupied by Dr. and Mrs. W.M. Riggs in 1910 or 1911. Served as President's Home until 1959.; 68-91 Littlejohn Photo Collection. Vol. 2.; Old President's Home. Also attached: Label for Jacobs and Company, College Annual Department, Clinton, S.C.
Staff meeting inside Edwards HallClemson University LibrariesInterior shot of four nursing college teachers in a meeting in an office at Edwards Hall (also known as the College of Nursing). On back: UA100_001224; [Edwards Hall office]; [01-87]
R. M. Cooper LibraryClemson University LibrariesOn back: THE ROBERT MULDROW COOPER LIBRARY at Clemson University, will be dedicated with fitting ceremonies Oct. 14 during Homecoming weekend. Named for the man who served as president of the Clemson University Board of Trustees for more than 40 years, the library represents an investment in excess of $3-million to house the books and other materials necessary to assist in the education of the more than 5,500 students enrolled at Clemson, the land grant university of South Carolina.