Iowa State College Campus Scenes, 1932





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Uploaded on Mar 10, 2008

This silent film, contains various clips taken on the Iowa State campus in 1932. First portion shows a baby, women looking at flowers by a house, groups of people posing for the camera, men and boys walking through a bean field, men cutting open and eating a watermelon in the patch, a man demonstrating rope tricks, men posing with deer antlers. Second portion shows winter scenes of Catt Hall, the Stanton Campanile, Curtiss Hall, and Beardshear Hall; President R.M. Hughes speaking on the telephone in his office. Additional scenes show the Veterinary Quadrangle, Marston Hall, shops, the library, McKay Hall, Science Hall, Chemistry Building, Armory, Agricultural Hall, Dairy Industry, East Hall and Margaret Hall. Includes scenes of the 1932 4-H girls pageant on campus, 1,000 girl salute to George Washington, and crowning the queen. Concludes with a look inside the WOI Radio control room, college orchards, and summer campgrounds (located east of the college cemetery).

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