Exterior, Dairy Building with Long HallClemson University LibrariesOn back: Dairy Building; Buildings - dairy building [late 1930s]; 3 5/8 x 2 1/8; North facing exterior shot of the Dairy Building, with Long Hall and Education Building visible in left background.
Corner of Barracks No. 2 and No. 3Clemson University LibrariesCandid shot of man walking past Barracks No. 2, No. 3, with Main and Textile towers in the background. On back: Corner of 3rd and Corner of 2nd Barracks. Arch Library
Exterior, Dairy BuildingClemson University LibrariesOn back: Dairy Building; OD; [1930s]; OUTDATED; North facing exterior shot of the Dairy Building, with paved road on right. Rear of Education Building in background.
GymnasiumClemson University LibrariesUA100_001322; On Back: [Clemson gymnasium, built 22 Dec. 1921 - 13 Jan. 1922; 1st dance held here on Jan. 20, 1922. From one of several photos on a page of a scrapbook in Mss127-Visions collections]
Interior, Clemson House, Mural in Sabre RoomClemson University LibrariesOn back: [Clemson House Interior, 1950s]; Mural painting by Gilmer Petroff featured in the Sabre Room in Clemson House. Mural depicts the life of a Clemson cadet, from freshman year through graduation.
Exterior, Laundry BuildingClemson University LibrariesSouth-facing exterior shot of entrance to the old laundry building, now demolished. Smoke stack from power house visible in left background. On back: Laundry - torn down [pre-1956]
Campus view of Johnstone Hall A-F, Young Hall, and Benet HallClemson University LibrariesNortheast-facing aerial shot of Clemson campus stretching from the "shoebox" dormitories to Tillman Hall. Benet Hall and Young Hall pictured in foreground; Dillard Building and physical plant (left) and Johnstone Hall A-F (right) pictured in midground; and left to right in background is Barracks no. 8 (Norris Hall) and the Quad, Holtzendorff Hall, Textile (Godfrey Hall), and Tillman Hall. On back: Aerial views; Dormitories (ext); [Shoeboxes][Johnstone Hall]; Clemson News Bureau, photo by Jack Hurley
Clemson House, Rotary Club Meeting, Western South Carolina District 775Clemson University LibrariesInterior shot of Rotary Club meeting at the Clemson House hotel. Legible signage reads "Rotary Club, Western South Carolina" and "Home Club, District 775, Governor." Western South Carolina District 775 became Rotary International District 7750 in 1991. On back: Event at Clemson House [1970s];
Electrical LaboratoryClemson University LibrariesExterior shot of two-building Electrical Laboratory complex. On back: UA100_001233; Electrical Engineering Laboratories; Smaller print of same view in 1911 View Book
Campus view, Chemistry and Fertilizer BuildingsClemson University LibrariesSouth-facing aerial shot of the old Chemistry Building (now Hardin Hall), with Fertilizer Building (now demolished) visible behind it on left. Greenhouse visible in left foreground through tree cover. On back: UA100_001235; [aerial view]; Old Chemistry (Hardin [Hall]); Fertilizer [Building]; [before 1946]; 903-17
Barracks No. 1, Clemson College, South CarolinaClemson University LibrariesColor postcard. On back of postcard: Miss Louise Cole. Ebenezer S.C. Hello! Guess you will begin teaching soon. Where are you going to teach this year? Am having to study hard this year for soph. is some hard. The rats are having an easy time this year. Sincerely, W.H.H. Postmarked SEP 1913
Fertilizer BuildingClemson University LibrariesEast-facing exterior shot of entrance to the Fertilizer Building (now demolished). Ivy covers a large portion of the front exterior. The Fertilizer Building sat behind the Chemistry Building (now Hardin Hall); during this period, the campus post office was located in the basement. On back: UA100_001237; FERTILIZER BUILDING; P.O. IN BASEMENT; 2791-11; Courtesy of Credit; Will be Appreciated; WHITE STUDIO; N.Y.
Exterior, Dairy BuildingClemson University LibrariesOn front: no. 2; Dairy (Clemson College); DAIRY [1910s]; Exterior shot of the Dairy Building, which was designed by Rudolph Edward Lee, alumn and first head of the School of Architecture.