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Central Washington University Relations. Photographs, Slides and Negatives, 1950s-2000

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Central Washington University Relations
Title
Central Washington University Relations. Photographs, Slides and Negatives
Dates
1950s-2000 (inclusive)
Quantity
6.75 cubic feet, (12 letter sized document boxes; 1 letter half sized document box; and 1 audio cassette box)  :  Photographs, slides, negatives, and audio cassettes in good condition
Collection Number
RG027-06-09
Summary
This collection consists of 8x10 and 4x6 inch photographic prints, slides and negatives produced and retained by the University Relations Office of Central Washington University from the 1950s to 2000.
Repository
Central Washington University, Archives and Special Collections
Archives and Special Collections
Central Washington University
400 E University Way
Ellensburg, WA
98926
Telephone: 509-963-1023
Fax: 509-963-3684
archive@cwu.edu
Access Restrictions

Open to the public for educational research

Languages
English

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Historical NoteReturn to Top

Central Washington University's Advancement Office began as the Office of Public Service in 1938. In 1946 the office was renamed the Publications Office, a name which it retained until 1962 when it became part of the Office of Auxiliary Services. After 1966 it became the College Relations and Financial Aid Office and later, in 1969, the College Information Office. When Central Washington State College became a university in 1977, the office was renamed the University Information Office. In 1979 it was called the University Relations Office, and in 1993 it became the University Advancement Office.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The images represented in this collection depict Central's campus grounds and buildings, events on campus and the surrounding communities, faculty and staff, departmental and classroom activities and miscellaneous related photographs, slides and negatives. Included in the collection are promotional audio cassettes tapes developed during the 1970s and 1980s to promote academic programs at the university.

Historical BackgroundReturn to Top

Central Washington University began as the Washington State Normal School in 1891. In 1937, the school was rechristened the Central Washington College of Education. In 1961, the school became Central Washington State College and, finally, in 1977, Central Washington University.

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Preferred Citation

[Name of document or photograph number]. RG027-06-09, Central Washington University Relations. Photographs, Slides and Negatives. Archives and Special Collections, Brooks Library, Central Washington University.

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Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1-1 Academic Skills Center
1-2 Accounting
1-3 Aerial Photographs
1-4 Alumni
1-5 Alumni Scholarship
1-6 Anhui University – China
1-7 Anthropology
1-8 Archeology
1-9 Awards, honors and grants
1-10 Art
1-11 Barge Hall Ceremony
1-12 Baseball
1-13 Basketball
1-14 Biological Sciences
1-15 Biology
1-16 Boy State
1-17 Brooks, James
1-18 Business and Economics
1-19 Business Education
2-1 Business Week 1985
2-2 Business Week 1985
2-3 Business Week
2-4 Campus buildings
2-5 Campus buildings
2-6 Campus buildings – Barge Hall
2-7 Campus buildings – Courson Convention Center and Muzzall Hall
2-8 Campus buildings – Lind Hall
2-9 Campus buildings – McConnell Hall
2-10 Campus buildings – Residence Halls
2-11 Campus buildings – Shaw-Smyser Hall
3-1 Campus - Construction
3-2 Campus Crier
3-3 Campus, Miscellaneous – Negatives
3-4 Campus Scenes - Students
3-5 Campus Scenes - Students
3-6 Campus Scenes – Students
3-7 Campus - Winter Scenes
3-8 Central Investment Fund
3-9 CHCI
3-10 CHCI
3-11 Cheerleaders
3-12 Chemistry
3-13 Class trees
3-14 Classroom, 1970s-1980s 1970s-1980s
4-1 Classroom – Negatives 1970s-1980s
4-2 Classroom – Negatives 1970s-1980s
4-3 Commencement 1980s
4-4 Commencement 1994
4-5 Commencement 1995
4-6 Commencement 1990s
4-7 Commencement
4-8 Communication
4-9 Communications Department 1970s
4-10 Community events
4-11 Computer Science
4-12 Continuing Education
4-13 Convocation
4-14 Douglas Honors College
4-15 Drama
4-16 Drama
5-1 Drama – Negatives
5-2 Early Childhood Education
5-3 Education
5-4 Education Week
5-5 English
5-6 Environmental Studies
5-7 Ethnic Studies
5-8 Events – Negatives 1970s-1980s
5-9 Events 1980
5-10 Events 1980s-1990s
5-11 Events – Negatives 1980s-1990s
5-12 Events 1981
5-13 Events 1982
5-14 Events 1983
6-1 Events – Faculty and Staff 1980s-1990s
6-2 Events – News – Negatives 1996
6-3 Events – News – Negatives 1997
6-4 Events – News – Negatives 1997
6-5 Events – News – Negatives 1998
6-6 Events – News – Negatives 1998
6-7 Events – News – Negatives 1999
6-8 Events – News – Negatives 1999
6-9 Events – News – Negatives 2000
7-1 Events – News – Negatives 2000
7-2 Events – News – Negatives 2000
7-3 Events – News – Negatives 2000
7-4 Events
7-5 Events
7-6 Faculty
7-7 Faculty and Staff 1980s-1990s
7-8 Faculty and Staff – Unidentified
7-9 Faculty and Staff – Unidentified
8-1 Field Hockey
8-2 Financial Aid
8-3 Fires
8-4 Flight Technology
8-5 Football
8-6 Football – Negatives
8-7 Foundation – Gifts
8-8 Food Services
8-9 Foreign Language
8-10 Garrity, Donald
8-11 Garrity’s Scholarship Finalists
8-12 Geography
8-13 Geology
8-14 Girl’s State
8-15 Hall, Wendell
8-16 Health Center
8-17 Health Education
8-18 Hebeler Elementary School
8-19 Historical photographs
8-20 Homecoming 1970s-1980s
8-21 Homecoming – Negatives 1980s
8-22 Home Economics
9-1 Indian Enrichment Conference
9-2 Individual Performers
9-3 Industrial and Engineering Technology
9-4 International Programs
9-5 Intramural Sports
9-6 International Programs
9-7 International Students
9-8 Japanese Garden
9-9 Library
9-10 Leisure Services
9-11 Mace
9-12 Mariners game
9-13 Mathematics
9-14 Minority Counseling
9-15 Music / Theater
9-16 Music / Theater
9-17 Music / Theater
9-18 Music / Theater
10-1 Nelson, Ivory
10-2 Occupational Education
10-3 Old photographs
10-4 Orchesis
10-5 Organization Development
10-6 Parents Association
10-7 Philosophy
10-8 Physical Education
10-9 Physics
10-10 Political Science
10-11 Psychology
10-12 Regional Archives
10-13 Registration – Preview Week
10-14 Religious Studies
10-15 Retirement Association
10-16 R.O.T.C.
10-17 Scholarships
10-18 School of Professional Studies
10-19 Science Education
10-20 Shaw-Smyser Opening
10-21 Shimane University – Japan
10-22 Soccer
10-23 Social Studies
10-24 Speakers
10-25 Special Education
10-26 Special Education
11-1 Student Activities
11-2 Student Activities
11-3 Student Recreation
11-4 Students – Miscellaneous
11-5 Summer theater
11-6 Suzuki Music School
11-7 Swimming
11-8 Swimming safety
11-9 Technology and Industrial Engineering
11-10 Technology and Industrial Engineering
11-11 Tennis
11-12 Track
11-13 Traffic and Security Office
11-14 Volleyball
11-15 Visitors Speakers and Entertainers
11-16 West Side Centers
11-17 Wieking, Robert
11-18 Women’s Basketball
11-19 Women’s Sports
11-20 Women’s Track and Field
11-21 Wrestling
12-1 Athletics – Slides 1980s
12-2 Band and Theater - Slides
12-3 Basketball – Slides
12-4 Building and Grounds – Slides 1960s-1980s
12-5 Building and Grounds – Slides 1960s-1980s
12-6 CHCI
12-7 Classroom – Slides 1970s-1980s
12-8 Classroom and Library - Slides
12-9 Commencement - Slides 1990s
12-10 Computer / Kaypro Van - Slides 1980s
12-11 Events – Slides 1970s-1980s
12-12 Events – Slides 1980s
13-1 Events – Slides 1984
13-2 Events – Slides 1986
13-3 Events – Slides 1993
13-4 Faculty and Staff - Slides 1960s-1980s
13-5 Flight Technology – Slides
13-6 Nelson, Ivory – Slides
13-7 Rodeo – Slides 1950s
13-8 Winter Scenes – Slides
13-9 Miscellaneous – Slides
14-1 Central Investment Fund 1983
14-2 Teacher Education Program
14-3 Art Program
14-4 Foreign Languages Program
14-5 Anthropology Program
14-6 Audio Visual Division Program
14-7 Biological Science Program
14-8 Music Program
14-9 Central Investment Fund 1984
14-10 Central Investment Fund – James Brook Interview
14-11 CWSC Advertising Cuts 1970s
14-12 CWSC Advertising Cuts 1970s