The front of the State Gymnasium is viewed from northeast with trees hiding part of the building. The fence of an athletic field is on the right with people sitting in the corner, and a dirt road leads past it towards the building.
The front of the State Gymnasium is viewed from northeast with trees hiding part of the building. The fence of an athletic field is on the right with people sitting in the corner, and a dirt road leads past it towards the building, in this darker...
The front of Beardshear Hallmuch obscured by trees and shrubs.A dirt road leads toward the Beardshear Hall front steps. TheEnglish Office Building is seen through the otherwise obscuring tree foliage on the left of the image. A flag is flying from...
The front of Beardshear Hall when construction is nearly complete. Scaffolding is on the front columns and lifting rigging is on the roof.The view of the building is largely obscured by trees and shrubbery. A dirt road leads toward the front of...
The Campanile on a snow covered central campus. Clock shows 3:17. A leafless elm on the right foreground partially frames the view of the Campanile in the distance. A bicycle is parked in a snowdrift in the right foreground. A packed trail in the...
The burned remains of Old Main from the southeast after the second fire in August 1902. The gutted building stands behind a large grove of trees. Three men, one with a bicycle, stand talking in the middle of a drive that leads to the building.
Social Screaming DIANE BENNETT 1;
Interlude ELINOR HOLMBERG 3;
However Frail DAMON SWANSON 3;
To Mother Young JAMES WICKLIFF 6;
Nicaragua WILLIAM PFAEFFLE 7;
Some Catoidoid Breed GEORQE COWGILL 9;
The Willow ELINOR HOLMBERG 15;
The Second President...
Cover WILLIAM LEE;
The Stone BENJAMIN BRALEY 1;
This Hill JAMES WICKLIFF 8;
Lars ANDREW TIDEMANN 9;
Shadows JAMES SAGE 13;
The Bubble BRUCE BUTTERFIELD 14;
Flamenco BRUCE BUTTERFIELD 19;
The Aggressors JAMES L. GREEN 20;
Segovia BRUCE BUTTERFIELD...
I Am A Success A POEM BY THOMAS A. PENDERGAST 2;
Whose Side? THOMAS H. JONES 3;
I Am So Big JERRY PIERCE 10;
Senryu DAVE THOMAS 11;
"And Never the Twain" MICHAEL kENT 12;
Your Hidden Face POEM BY JANE JOHNSON 18;
Tomorrow's Thoughts POEM BY NEIL...
What To Do, Little Man KATHY JACOBSEN 2;
Epithanation A POEM BY TESSIE WOLFF5;
You Oceans Both LYNETTE ANDRESEN 6;
Father A POEM BY JANE JOHNSON 15;
Bohemienne DAVID OSHEL 16;
Freedom Bound JUNE WEHRMAN 18;
1944—1964 A POEM BY TESSIE WOLFF...
Young Love A POEM BY ANN-MARIE BJORNSTAD 2;
To the Lions, Funnyman JOHN LEWIS 3;
The Princess and the Toad BOB JOHNS 7;
Round and 'Round A POEM BY ELEANOR FERNELIUS 10;
Goin' Home SANDRA VISSER 12;
Momma A POEM BY JEANNE ABRAHAMSON 15;
Underground A POEM BY STEVE NORDER 4;
A Normal Death BY MARIAN MORTON 5;
Snowman's Revenge A POEM BY LOU CARDIN 9;
The Rise and Fall of Mellow Moonbeam A POEM BY ROD DRAKE 10;
Plastic Dolls BY MARY MARTIN 20;
The Fall A POEM BY CYNTHIA...
Canyon de Chelley By Daniel Doran 4;
telephobia a poem by j. l. balvanz 11;
A Fading Hope A poem by Mark Osing 12;
Somnambule Ballads By De bra Wirkus 14;
The Cage By Nancy Kimball 19;
A Passage A poem byjoieHand 24;
Clever Calf A poem by Betty...
Together Again BY BRUCE OUDERKIRK 2;
Again A POEM BY PAUL IASEVOLI 11;
Sand and Man A POEM BY ANDREW STEVENS 13;
Of Nightingales and Leaden Chains BY MARILYN COURSEY SORENSEN 14;
Auto Ambergris BY ANDREW STEVENS 23;
The Eating Rituals of the...
Scene From A Summer Evening by Cate Shelter 1;
The Upas-Tree ("Anchar") a translation by Michael Allen 2;
Ashby by Elizabeth S. Schabel 5;
The TV Lady a poem by Rick Dirks 9;
Delivering by Jim Kastner 11;
Through a Window of an El a poem by Marcy...
When Over's Not Enough Holly Hedberg 27;
American Food Jenny Stanley 51;
The Brown Ring Jenny Stanley 55;
Recording Hannah Johnson 10;
Beyond the Garden City Maite Lizaso 16;
June Bugs Hannah Johnson...
WIND. A Poem Jean Porter 2;
ALONE. A Poem Hilde Kronsage 2;
BEFORE AND AFTER. A Story Richard Trump 3;
I ASK SO LITTLE FOR HAPPINESS. A Poem Edna L. Shultz 7;
ABOVE ALL NATIONS. A Essay Agda Gronbach 8;
ALL IS BLACKNESS. A Story Margaret Woods...
ESCAPE June Gaylord 2;
STUBBORN AS A MULE Maurice Kirby 3;
ON SEEING LAKE MICHIGAN Audrey Spencer 9;
FROM THE MEMOIRS OF A SMOOTH-SHAVEN MAN
Don Jackson 9;
HEPATICA Esther Brucklacher 11;
LEMON PIE Ruth Swanton 12;
To— Agda Gronbech 16;