Take a look back at the past at our digital archive.
1973-1980 1980-2005 2005-2015 2015-Present
We have recently digitized historical print photographs provided to us by the PIO office. However, in order to create a lasting historical archive, we want to make sure to include as much information as possible to help future students and staff celebrate our 100th anniversary.
If you recognize someone in these photos, drag a square around the person's head and leave a comment with their name.
You can also leave a comment with a year, location, or other context that might be of local and historical interest!
Note: The naming convention of the photos stems from what was written on the physical boxes or folders and the order they were originally housed in when the library received them. If the folder had no additional information written on it, the file was named after a physical characteristic of that folder (i.e. “03_YLW” for a yellow folder or “04_FedEx” for a FedEx mailing envelope.
If the back of the photo had something written on it, both sides were scanned and are identified with a digit after the name, 1 and 2.
A huge thank you to our library student worker, Aria Ayres, who spent several months scanning and cropping these photos!
Have a correction, donation, or question about the project? Feel free to email us!