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Vocational Building

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Title Date Summary
1 New and expanded curricula and services (1913 through April, 1917); the Claxton Commission
Lang--William C. (Vice President; History Faculty)
A Century of Leadership and Service 1:0, p.318
7/1/1990 The college expands its services to include extension, rural education, Bible study, student health, and dormitories; a close look at the Claxton Commission Report and the Inside Survey; photo.
2 What's in a name--such as campus buildings
Lilledahl--Jeanne (Class of 1989)
Northern Iowan 86:3, p.7
9/12/1989 A brief look at the people for whom campus buildings are named; photo.
3 Buildings get new names
Alumnus 41:3, p.4
9/1/1957 As of June 17, 1957, Campus School is Henry Sabin Hall and Vocational Building is David Sands Wright Hall; biographical sketches of Sabin and Wright; photo.
4 Campus School, Voc. Building renamed Sabin, Wright Hall
College Eye 48:26, p.3
4/26/1957 Lengthy profiles of David Sands Wright and Henry Sabin; naming is result of committee work.
5 Propose renaming two buildings
Alumnus 39:4, p.Inside Back Cover
12/1/1955 Committee proposes renaming Old Campus School for Henry Sabin and Vocational Building for David Sands Wright; photo.
6 Vocational
Old Gold 0:0, p.12
6/1/1955 This photo shows students coming and going from the Vocational Building in the winter; photo.
7 Vocational Photos
Old Gold 0:0, p.13
6/1/1955 These three photos show students working in the labs of the Vocational Building. Of note is two students disecting a bobcat; photo.
8 Honor science faculty at annual building tea
College Eye 45:17, p.3
1/29/1954 Departments honor each other.
9 Crossroads
Old Gold 0:0, p.272
6/1/1953 Crossroads leading to the Science, Vocational, Gilchrist, and Auditorium Buildings; photo.
10 Vocational Building
Old Gold 0:0, p.10
6/1/1951 Photo.
11 Untitled
College Eye 42:25, p.1
4/5/1951 Two aerial views of campus with buildings identified.
12 Three departments, home economics, mathematics, and science,will sponsor Open House Sunday, April 8
Public Relations News Release 1950:288, p.1
4/3/1951 Visitors may inspect any of the departments between 2 and 4:30 p.m. in the Vocational building, southeast of the campanile.
13 Open house scheduled for vocational building
College Eye 42:24, p.5
3/30/1951 Will allow guests to see new facilities.
14 March 10 home economics conference at ISTC
Public Relations News Release 1950:255, p.1
3/6/1951 Planning the all-purpose school home economics laboratory is but one of the workshops scheduled for Saturday's (Marth 10) home economics conference. Held in the vocational building, the conference will also feature exhibits on two floors.
15 Home Economics Department justly proud of 'new look'
College Eye 42:7, p.5
10/27/1950 Lengthy description of remodeled facilities in Vocational Building including food laboratories and household laboratories; photo.
16 Well remembered places
Old Gold 0:0, p.11
6/1/1950 Photo.
17 New biology display case at Voc. Building
College Eye 41:5, p.7
10/14/1949 Beta Beta Beta will be sponsoring the displays in the new case.
18 Home Ec sections get new kitchens
College Eye 41:3, p.6
9/30/1949 Vocational Building project will result in six new demonstration kitchens.
19 Classes in annex move to Vocational Building
College Eye 41:2, p.1
9/23/1949 One half of the second floor of the Vocational Building will now be used for biology.
20 Biology classes will have more space this fall
College Eye 40:40, p.6
8/12/1949 Results of remodeling in the Vocational Building.
21 See hear, do, in vocational building
Simpson--Richard Edward (Class of 1947)
College Eye 37:27, p.3
4/5/1946 Gives students an idea of what can be found in the Vocational Building.
22 Erection of four new buildings on college campus after end of war
College Eye 36:42, p.1
8/3/1945 May build health center, campus school, arts and industries building, and physical plant improvements.
23 Elevator shaft constructed in Voc. Building--no elevator
College Eye 36:39, p.1
7/13/1945 An elevator shaft was built when the building was built in 1913, but an elevator has not been installed.
24 "Briefing" for democracy's greatest mission--teaching
Old Gold 0:0, p.59
6/1/1945 A student recalls her experiences with the facilities of the Teachers College; photo.
25 The "Voc," refuge of artists, homemakers
Old Gold 0:0, p.13
6/1/1945 The Vocational Building; photo.
26 College asks for new campus school
Alumnus 29:1, p.8
1/1/1945 Broad plan includes requests for new health services building, campus school, arts and industries building, auditorium, garages, coal pile containment, and heating plant facilities.
27 View your 210 acre college "home"
College Eye 36:1, p.6
9/8/1944 Aerial view of campus with a lengthy description of its features; photo.
28 Vocational Building
Old Gold 0:0, p.204
6/1/1944 Photo.
29 'Watch us as we climb to fame and glory; we are here for victory'
College Eye 34:1, p.1
9/9/1942 Quick survey of campus buildings; photo.
30 Vocational building
Old Gold 0:0, p.11
6/1/1942 Photo.
31 Vocation Building gets needed 'face lifting'
College Eye 33:3, p.3
9/26/1941 North skylights covered with regular roof and wall due to persistent leaks; building now has regular windows on north.
32 Allie Junior missing
College Eye 31:42, p.1
8/9/1940 Replacement for the original alligator has disappeared from the lab in the Vocational Building.
33 Craft exhibit at Vocational Building
College Eye 30:43, p.3
7/28/1939 Esther Sperry is presenting a display of artwork at the Vocational Building on July 27 and 28.
34 Hold art exhibit in Vocational Building
College Eye 30:43, p.1
7/28/1939 Selections from the fourth annual "Young America Paints" art exhibit is being shown for two weeks in the Vocational Building starting on August 3.
35 School art exhibit coming to campus
College Eye 30:43, p.3
7/28/1939 School art will be exhibited for two weeks in the Vocational Building starting August 2.
36 Sirtalis--sirt--snakes you say?
College Eye 29:13, p.7
12/10/1937 Professor Gilbert keeps several snakes in the Vocational Building.
37 Waste power
College Eye 28:40, p.2
7/9/1937 Students would appreciate elevators in the Vocational Building.
38 "Summer students are different"
College Eye 28:37, p.1
6/18/1937 Building janitors say that their jobs are easier in the summer.
39 Modern bulletin
College Eye 28:35, p.5
6/2/1937 Students build new bulletin board for Vocational Building.
40 Modern bulletin
College Eye 28:34, p.3
5/28/1937 New bulletin board in Vocational Building.
41 Vocational Building
Alumnus 20:4, p.9
10/1/1936 History of Vocational Building, now known as Wright Hall.
42 Tornado demolishes football stadium; Wednesday night twister causes much damage to buildings and trees on Hill
College Eye 27:9, p.1
7/24/1936 Football grandstand splintered; had been blown down before in 1927; Baker Hall windows broken; roofing and windows damaged in other buildings.
43 Textile art on exhibit in vocational building
College Eye 27:31, p.3
2/14/1936 Work by students of Professors Patt and Conlon on display.
44 Old Gold to have picture studio in Vocations building
College Eye 26:20, p.2
11/9/1934 Hope to improve quality of Old Gold photos.
45 Local art lovers will have an opportunity to see an exhibition emphasizing the use of plant forms in ornament
Public Relations News Release 1934:659, p.1
10/21/1934 The art work to be shown was selected from the work of students in several New York City schools.
46 One thousand Boy Scouts are expected at the fifth annual Boy Scout Day
Public Relations News Release 1934:612, p.2
9/9/1934 Program of events scheduled for the day.
47 Bees instigate a revolt on campus
College Eye 25:6, p.3
7/14/1933 Bees swarm in Vocational Building.
48 Book exhibit is to be continued
College Eye 25:6, p.3
49 Buildings are being painted and repaired
College Eye 25:4, p.1
6/30/1933 Some rooms being remodeled and painted; exterior painting under way.
50 Art-Manual Arts
Old Gold 0:0, p.28
6/1/1933 Curriculum; photos.


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