This below ground level view shows several rebar-enforced columns. A workman is pounding in a wood reinforcement for the column. Two cement mixers and a crane are parked in the above ground parking lot.
This 1953 winter photograph focuses on the north facade of the new northwest addition, west of the Gold Star Hall entrance, to the Memorial Union. Snow covers the ground, shrubbery and Four Seasons Fountain in the foreground. The five large arched...
The west side of the Campanile. The view is relatively close from below. A leafless deciduous tree is on the left of the tower and a conifer on the right of the tower. Cables lead down from the belfry to the ground. In the spring of 1956 an...
The Theta Delta Chi, Beta Deuteron Chapter, lawn display is located on the front lawn of their house. The central figure of the display depicts the head, arms and torso of a muscular male. The lower part of the figure tapers to a cyclone shape....
The northeast tower of the occupies the center of this ground level view of the Knoll. The second floor chimney and the porte cochere are partially hidden by trees and there is also a tree to the left of the frame.
Marston Water Tower (Ames, IA); Iowa State University; Old Main (Ames, Iowa)
The Marston Water Tower in the early phases of construction. Old Main and a variety of other buildings appear in the background. Workmen stand around the site and there appears to be snow on the ground.
The Kappa Kappa Gamma, Delta Omicron Chapter lawn display features Raggedy Ann and Andy characters sitting on the lawn among blocks labeled I, S. C. Letters placed on the ground spell out, ""We'll run K-State Raggedy.""
The front (west) façade of Agriculture Hall (Curtiss Hall) is viewed from the northwest, with leaves on the ground and people walking by. Two new trees have been planted on either side of the sidewalk.
The eastern side of the Knoll is surrounded by trees in this ground level view. The large wrap around porch is visible on the left and the entryway is covered with ivy. The porte cochere is nearly hidden by trees.