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Series 6: Photographs

This series contains photographs of a variety of subjects related to the College of Veterinary Medicine between 1898-2014. These materials fall into the following categories: people, buildings, animals, labs, events, miscellaneous photos, and oversize photos.

The photos of people include faculty, staff, students, and other notable individuals. Specifically, this category contains dean’s portraits, portraits of scholarship donors like Louis and Norma Jane Ball, alumni groups and portraits, class composites, ID and yearbook photos (including portraits and candids for faculty, staff, and students), photos of Willie the Wildcat, and photos of Student Chapter of the American Veterinary Medical Association members.

Photos of buildings include diagrams of buildings, as well as photos of buildings during construction, renovation, and after completion. There are photos of the KSU campus, the Veterinary Medicine Complex and campus, the Instructional Technology Center, the Anti-Hog Cholera Serum Plant, and the Veterinary Hospital, as well as Anderson Hall, Dykstra Hall, Mosier Hall, Trotter Hall, and Coles Hall.

Animal photos largely consist of lab animals, farm animals, and pets.

Lab photos depict workspaces and procedures carried out by the College of Veterinary Medicine, like surgery, meat inspection, and clinical pathobiology labs. The subjects of these labs were all animals.

Veterinary Medicine events in this series include open houses, alumni reunions, conferences (like the June Conference and the Annual Conference for Veterinarians), and Cat Town (currently referred to as Vet Town).

Miscellaneous photos include unlabeled or unidentified images, as well as photos of documents, the Veterinary Unit of the Reserve Officers’ training Corps, and additionally photos related to the International Agriculture Programs, Agency for International Development, and Ahmadu Bello University.

Lastly, there are a handful of oversize photos which mostly range from 1907-1964 that depict students, faculty, anatomy class, the first Annual Veterinary Conference, the Veterinary Hospital, Dykstra Hall, the Anti-Hog Cholera Serum Plant, the Trotter Hall Library renovation diagrams, and a Kansas Legislature poster.

Global Campus records

  • Collection
  • 1951 - 2007

The Global Campus Records, formally known as Division of Continuing Education, consists of material from 1951 to 2007. The material found in this collection partly pertains to the credit courses offered through Global Campus from 1975 to 2002. It contains files from courses offered during the semester and intersession (winter, spring, summer) periods. Some of the colleges that are highlighted in the Global Campus Records include the College of Arts & Sciences, College of Education, and College of Engineering; the bulk of these files are related to the College of Arts & Sciences. These files are typically composed of resources and manuals for distance and online courses, enrollment statistics, course information packets, photographs, videotapes, credit course promotional material, course evaluations, course financing, reports and reviews related to credit courses, and correspondence related to credit courses.

Some of the material found in this collection pertains to Conference and Non- Credit Programs (CNCP) and opportunities provided across campus. Files possess materials related to conference and program agendas, enrollment and attendee lists, budget and financial information, speaker presentations, brochures and pamphlets, correspondence related to conferences and programs, and promotional materials. Along with CNCP there are also conference files incorporated into this collection. There are also brochures and marketing material for the conferences, final budgets, attendance reports, and notes from the conferences that occurred from 1989-2007.

The bulk of the material in this collection is contained in the Dean’s Office and Administrative series. These contain files taken from the office of the Dean of Global Campus or related offices. These also contain files from organizations such as Western Kansas Community Services Consortium (WKCSC), National University Degree Consortium (NUDC) along with files from the National Academic Advising Association (NACADA) and National University Continuing Education Association (NUCEA).

The Administrative series specifically contains some files from the office of David Stewart, on non-traditional studies. Along with those files it contains things from the Kansas Board of Regents, reading files, meeting minutes and notes, and final budgeting reports.

The Dean’s office series contains files from the offices of Elizabeth Unger and Robert Kruh, both previous Deans of Global Campus. There are also some files pertaining to Army education through Fort Riley. Lastly, files and correspondence on academic outreach and how to go about campus improvements.

Richard L. D. Morse papers

  • US US kmk P1987.11
  • Collection
  • 1912-2005

The Richard L.D. Morse Papers provide a broad spectrum of material, which reflect the donor's academic career, topical interests, and professional avocation of consumer service. While some of the papers briefly note his tour of service with the United States Navy in the Second World War and his family life, most of the documents in this collection pertain to Morse's academic endeavors as an educator and consumer advocate. Certain sections of the collection relate to his time as a student and a young professor at Iowa State University and Florida State University, including Morse's own doctoral dissertation and academic correspondence. Other sections collect Morse's records as chair of K-State's Department of Family Economics, mentored student projects and his assistance with the university's Agricultural Experiment Station and the development of several grant projects as well as his own course syllabi, notes, and other related educational material.
Another substantial section of this collection highlights Morse's personal interests on behalf of local and statewide consumers. In places, readers will find correspondence, articles, reports, and newspaper clippings related to the protection of working class and poor Kansans from fraud, credit reporting irregularities, differing interest calculations by area banks, family fiscal planning theories, and advocacy for the aging. For example, several files relate to his work on the behalf of the Kansas Citizens Council on Aging, challenging age-discrimination and advocating for new measures to ensure the proper financing, dignity, medical care, and a level of personal utility for the regions elderly population. Other files relate to his petitioning for the implementation of long overlooked federal food programs to alleviate hunger in Kansas. Still others demonstrate his commitment to many Kansas State University Libraries' educational initiatives, including Treasurer for the Friends of K-State Libraries and co-chairmanship of the Essential Edge Fundraising campaign.

Morse, Richard L. D.

Pat O'Brien papers

  • Collection
  • 1965–2005

Materials held in this collection pertain to professor emerita of archeology and anthropology Patricia "Pat" J. O’Brien and her nearly 31-year career at Kansas State University. The collection includes proposals for expanded curricula within the Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work, reviews of this department from the Kansas Board of Regents, and documentation of events relative to the 500th anniversary of Columbus reaching the New World. Other contents include photographs from 2005 razing of the Kansas Artificial Breeding Service buildings that were on the original site of Bluemont Central College (K-State predecessor and the first site of K-State), documentation related to the Bluemont Central College monument, recorded and scripted correspondence between Pat and her friends, her latest curriculum vitae (2004), and limited correspondence with other renowned archeologists and anthropologists. Also included are oral histories with Abby Lindsey Marlatt in September 2005.

O’Brien, Patricia J.

Peru

These photos were taken during O'Brien's travels and thus are mostly made up of features of the cities that she found noteworthy. This selection primarily features buildings (especially churches), streets, statues, and landscapes (especially the Andes mountain range). There are some photos that either feature Bolivia or Peru and were unable to be positively identified as one country or the other.

South America

This subseries is composed of photos from Pat O'Brien's travels in Peru and Bolivia. The majority of the photos feature buildings (especially churches), streets, and landscapes (especially the Andes mountain range).

Bolivia

These photos were taken during O'Brien's travels and thus are mostly made up of features of the cities that she found noteworthy. This selection primarily features buildings (especially churches), streets, and landscapes (especially the Andes mountain range). There are some photos that either feature Bolivia or Peru and were unable to be positively identified as one country or the other.

Austria

This selection features images from Salzburg and Vienna. These photos were taken during O'Brien's travels and thus are mostly made up of features of the cities that she found noteworthy. In particular, there are photos of Hofburg Palace, the Kunsthistorisches Museum, the Maria Theresia Monument, Vienna City Hall, St. Stephen's Cathedral, and the Ankeruhr Clock.

Belgium

This selection features images from Bruges, Brussels, and Leuven. These photos were taken during O'Brien's travels and thus are mostly made up of features of the cities that she found noteworthy. In particular, there are images of buildings (especially churches, as well as distinct town squares and architecture) and waterways.

England

This selection features images from Bath, Oxford, Salisbury, London, and from miscellaneous unidentified locations in 1976. These photos were taken during O'Brien's travels and thus are mostly made up of features of the cities that she found noteworthy. In particular, there are images of the Roman Baths, churches (including Westminster Abbey), buildings in the Oxford College campus, graveyards, streets, landscapes, and tourist locations like Big Ben and the Tower Bridge.

Denmark

This selection features images from Gentofte and Helsingør. These photos were taken during O'Brien's travels and thus are mostly made up of features of the cities that she found noteworthy. There are a small amount of photos of the grave location of Prince Axel, Princess Margaretha, Prince Georg, and Princess Anne (outside Bernstorff Palace), a bust of Carit Etlar, and Kronborg Slot.

France

This selection features images from Bordeaux, Chartres, Paris, and Yvelines (including Versailles). It also features 2 photo presentations, one which features Bordeaux and Paris, and another which features Versailles and Prien, Germany. These photos were taken during O'Brien's travels and thus are mostly made up of features of the cities that she found noteworthy. There are photos of buildings (especially churches), statues, fountains, and streets. The Paris photos feature Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris (Notre Dame), the Eiffel Tower, the Basilica of Sacré Coeur de Montmartre, and some wide shots of the city's rooftops. Some of the Parisian photos are from 1976, some are from 2001, some are from 2007, and there are some without an identifiable year of origin. The Bordeaux images feature the Bordeaux Ampitheatre, Cathédrale Saint-André de Bordeaux, Église Saint-Pierre, Église Saint-Antoine de Compiègne, Bordeaux Hôtel de Ville/Palais Rohan, Ponte Cailhau, Monument aux Girondins, Grosse Cloche, Musée d'Orsay, Saint-Émilion vineyards, the riverfront, a Joan of Arc (Jeanne d'Arc) statue, and a carousel. The Yvelines photos feature the Château de Breteuil, Château de Versailles, and Vaux de Cernay Abbey. The Chartres photos feature Notre-Dame de Chartres Cathedral.

Malta

As a small island off the coast of Sicily, it is difficult to distinguish the Malta images by city, with an exception of the most notable buildings in Malta. These photos were taken during O'Brien's travels and thus are mostly made up of features of the cities that she found noteworthy. There are photos of streets, buildings (including churches like St. John's Co-Cathedral), crests, and wide shots of the city, and waterfronts.

Netherlands

This selection features images from Amsterdam, Haarlem, and Utrecht. These photos were taken during O'Brien's travels and thus are mostly made up of features of the cities that she found noteworthy. There are photos of streets, buildings (including churches), statues, and waterfronts. In particular, there are images of the Royal Palace Amsterdam, Amsterdam Centraal, Basilica of Saint Nicholas, Montelbaanstoren, Rijksmuseum, Posthornkerk, Grote Kerk, Dom Tower, St. Martin's Cathedral, a statue of John VI, Count of Nassau-Dillenburg, Pandhof van de Dom, and Cologne Cathedral.

Spain

This selection features a few images from Toledo. The subjects of these images are Puerta de Bisagra Nueva, Church of Santiago del Arrabal, and a photo of a Toledo street.

Sweden

These photos were taken during O'Brien's travels and thus are mostly made up of features of the cities that she found noteworthy. There is also a photo presentation dated to 1999 which seems to be comprised of the images in this folder. The majority of the photos appear to be taken in Malmö, Lund, and Trelleborg. This selection features the Trelleborg Old Water Tower, Malmö Rådhus, as well as churches and other buildings, fountains, statues, and city streets.

Croatia

This selection features images from Zagreb. These photos were taken during O'Brien's travels and thus are mostly made up of features of the cities that she found noteworthy. There are images of streets, buildings (including St. Mark's Church and Zagreb Cathedral), and statues.

Norway

This selection features images from Olso. These photos were taken during O'Brien's travels and thus are mostly made up of features of the cities that she found noteworthy. There are photos of streets, buildings (including churches), statues, and waterfronts. Specifically, there are images Gol Stave Church, the Viking Ship Museum, and a statue of Christian IV.

Mexico

This selection features Copper Canyon, Mexico City, Oaxaca, and a few images that likely were taken in one of these locations but were unable to be positively identified. These photos were taken during O'Brien's travels and thus are mostly made up of features of the cities that she found noteworthy, as well as sites of particular anthropological interest. There are many photos of buildings (especially churches), landscapes, streets, and pottery. The Copper Canyon photos were taken in 2008, and some of them are clearly labeled based on their subjects.

Germany

This selection has the largest amount of images of all of the locations in the digital photos of this collection. The cities present in this order are Bad Staffelstein, Bamburg, Berlin, Colmar, Creglingen, Dachau, Eichstadt, Erfurt, Greifswald, Iphofen, Kelheim, Köln, Lubbeck, Meissen, Miltonberg, Nürnberg/Nuremberg, Prien, Rothenburg, Schleswig, Strasbourg, Traunstein, Volkach, Weimar, Würzburg, and a few photos from an unidentified origin. There are also 8 photo presentations. The first features Creglingen, Köln, Meissen, and Traunstein, the second features Erfurt and Weimar, the third features Prien and Versailles, the fourth features Würzburg, the fifth features Iphofen and St. Mary of the Vineyard, the sixth features Iphofen and is dated to 1995, the seventh features Rothenburg and is dated to 1995, and the last features Lubbeck, Griefswald, and Schleswig and is dated to 1995. These presentations seem to be composed of the other images in this collection.

These photos were taken during O'Brien's travels and thus are mostly made up of features of the cities that she found noteworthy, as well as sites of particular anthropological interest. Some of the photos are specifically dated to 1987, 1988, 1994, and 1995, though there were plenty of images taken at an unidentified time. These photo feature buildings (especially churches and historical structures), streets, statues, fountains, artifacts, art, Oktoberfest, and wide shots of landscapes and cities.

Italy

This selection features Alba, Brescia, Florence, Herculaneum (in Naples), Lecce, Milan, Ravenna, Rome (including Vatican City), Sicily (especially Palermo, Syracuse, Taormina, and Vallei de Templi), Taranto, Uffizi, Venice (from 1976 in particular), and a few photos from an unidentified origin. These photos were taken during O'Brien's travels and thus are mostly made up of features of the cities that she found noteworthy, as well as sites of particular anthropological interest. There are images of buildings (especially churches, museums, and government buildings), Greek and Roman ruins, statues, artifacts, and landscapes.

Wales

This selection features images from Cardiff, Ilston, and Rhossili. These photos were taken during O'Brien's travels and thus are mostly made up of features of the cities that she found noteworthy. The images include pictures of Park Le Bruce Burial Chamber, Cardiff Castle, St. Mary's Church (in Rhossili), and landscape images from near the shoreline.

North America

This subseries is composed of photographs from Mexico and the United States of America. Important locations in this subseries are Copper Canyon (from 2008), Mexico City, and Oaxaca in Mexico and the Midwest region of the U.S. The photos feature buildings (especially churches), landscapes, streets, pottery, and notable anthropological, archeological, and geological sites.

United States of America

This selection includes photos of the Midwest region, especially Colorado. There are images of geological features (including maps of these features) that reach as far east as Montana, as far east as Iowa, as far north as North Dakota, as far south as Arkansas. There are maps of the Penoke figure called Stone Man, Old Man Mountain in Colorado, the Missouri river system, and a topographical map of Colorado.

Digital Photos

These photos were taken during Pat O'Brien's travels to Europe, North America, and South America and thus are mostly made up of features of the cities that she found noteworthy, as well as sites of particular anthropological or archeological interest. The majority of the images were taken in Europe, especially Germany and Italy. There are also a significant number of photos of England and France. Some of these images were compiled into photo presentations, which are also represented in this series, along with the photographs.

The photos feature buildings (especially churches, historical structures, and museums), streets, statues, fountains, graves, pottery, art, artifacts, ruins, waterfronts, tourist locations, festivals, wide shots of cities, landscapes, and sites of anthropological, archeological, and geological interest.

Europe

This subseries, which is easily the largest of the digital photo subseries, is composed of photos from Pat O'Brien's travels in Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Denmark, England, France, Germany, Italy, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, and Wales. There are also some photos whose locations have not been positively identified, but they appear to have been taken in one of the aforementioned countries. The years listed on some of the photos are 1976, 1987, 1988, 1994, 1995, 1999, and 2007. There are photos of streets, buildings (especially churches, museums, and government buildings), statues, graves, art and artifacts, ruins, waterfronts, wide shots of cities, landscapes, and sites of anthropological, archeological, and geological interest.

Box 11

Box eleven contains photographs related to various research topics with corresponding materials and paperwork in other series. Topics include sacred sites and hot springs research (South Dakota, Nebraska, Wyoming, and Montana), Washington Marlatt homestead, the razing of the Kansas Artificial Breeding Service buildings, miscellaneous postcards, and a Yucatan photo booklet.

Various Locations

Box 18E includes slides of Etruscan, Mycenaean, and early Greek art, as well as slides of art and architecture of Ancient Crete. Box 18E also includes slides related to the Travel & Archaeology series (New Mexico and Texas slides). Box 18F includes slides from various locations in Mexico.

Travel & Archaeology

Also included in this series are slides related to research on hot springs, birds and animals, and Native American sacred sites (animal lodges, etc). Specific locations of these sites include South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, Minnesota, Wyoming, and Montana.

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