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Daryl Chase photograph collection, 1900-1970
- Chase, Daryl, 1901-1984.
- Daryl Chase photograph collection
- 1900-1970 (inclusive)19001970
- 5 boxes, (2.75 linear feet)
- Collection Number
- Consists of 904 photographs taken and collected by Daryl Chase from the turn of the century through the late 1960s. Included are personal images such as the Chase family cabin in Nephi, and Chase's life in the 1920s and 30s including his LDS mission. Also included are photographs during his service as president of Utah State University from 1954 through 1968 such as graduations, social functions, campus shots, Iranian relations, and meetings. Finally, there are miscellaneous images of New England Shakers, Iranian students, Iranian ambassador Ardeshir Zahedi, and USU.
Utah State University, Merrill-Cazier Library, Special Collections and Archives Division
Special Collections & Archives
Utah State University
- Access Restrictions
No restrictions on use, except: not available through interlibrary loan.
- Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) grant, 2007-2008
Biographical NoteReturn to Top
After receiving his B.A. at the University of Utah in 1927, Daryl Chase became an LDS seminary teacher in Preston, Idaho. There, he became acquainted with Joseph F. Merrill, Commissioner of Church Schools for Idaho. Merrill lent Chase the money to enroll in the graduate school at the University of Chicago. Chase continued his studies at Chicago throughout the 1930s, eventually earning both an MA and a doctoral degree.
Chase's successful directorship at the Logan LDS Institute of Religion brought him to the attention of President Franklin S. Harris, who urged that he accept the position of Dean of Students in 1946. After six years as Dean of Students, the Utah State Board of Trustees appointed him President of the Branch Agricultural College in Cedar City (Southern Utah University). From here, he returned to USU as the institution's tenth president.
During his fourteen years as president the institution distinguished itself in research, international programs and a spirit of positive faculty/student relations. Between 1954 and 1968 the University attracted a 400% increase in research appropriations, the student enrollment increased over 250%, and the international student population burgeoned with an 800% increase. In 1968 the institution awarded 400 doctoral degrees, compared with only 7 when Chase became president in 1954. Additionally, the faculty at the college grew from 370 in 1954 to 600 in 1968 and of these 283 held terminal degrees, compared with only 101 during the earlier period. A tremendous expansion of the physical campus also occurred during the Chase years. Valued at $8.1 million when President Chase became president, the campus boasted of having a combined worth of almost $50 million in buildings with another 11.5 million under construction when he retired in 1968. In 1957, the State Legislature awarded Chase's effort and institutional success by changing the school from the Utah State Agricultural College to Utah State University of Agriculture and Applied Science. Chase died in 1984 in Logan.
Content DescriptionReturn to Top
This collection consists of 904 photographs taken and collected by Daryl Chase from the turn of the century through the late 1960s. Included are personal images such as the Chase family cabin in Nephi, and Chase's life in the 1920s and 30s including his LDS mission. Also included are photographs during his service as president of Utah State University from 1954 through 1968 such as graduations, social functions, campus shots, Iranian relations, and meetings. Finally, there are miscellaneous images of New England Shakers, Iranian students, Iranian ambassador Ardeshir Zahedi, and images that were part of a study put together in order to solicit funding for new building construction.
Other Descriptive InformationReturn to Top
Very few of the photographs were identified by Chase.
Use of the CollectionReturn to Top
It is the responsibility of the researcher to obtain any necessary copyright clearances.
Permission to publish material from the Daryl Chase Photograph Collection must be obtained from the Special Collections Photograph Curator and/or the Special Collections Department Head.
Initial Citation: USU_P0131; Daryl Chase Photograph Collection; Photograph Collections Special Collections and Archives. Utah State University Merrill-Cazier Library. Logan, Utah.
Following Citations:USU_P0131, USUSCA.
Administrative InformationReturn to Top
The photos in this collection are, as far as possible, arranged chronologically by topic.
Processed by Emily Allen Monson, June 1997, and revised by Daniel Davis and Kandice Newren, 2008.
This collection was acquired by Special Collections and Archives in 1969 at the end of Chase's tenure as president.
Daryl Chase papers, 1954-1968, Utah State University Archives (3.1/10-2).
Created and collected by Daryl Chase.
Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top
|1||1||Images: 01:01:01 : James and Emma Chase Log Home - Nephi, Utah (8x10). This is an enhanced photograph of the log home in which Daryl Chase was born around the turn of the century. The cabin itself is original with the surrounding landscape drawn in for artistic purposes||undated|
|1||2||Images: 01:02:01 : James and Emma Chase Log Home - Nephi, Utah (5x7). The photographs in this folder are identical to that in the previous folder||undated|
|1||3||Images: 01:03:01-01:03:02 : Two Portraits of a Young Men. These portraits are presumably of Daryl Chase when he was between the ages of 10 and 12. One is a more formal portrait, the other is a close-up of the young man apparently from some sort of class photo||1910|
|1||4||Images: 01:04:01-01:04:05 : LDS Church Northern States Mission. Snapshots from the mission Daryl Chase served to the northern states. The photos depict Chase with his companions in various locations around the mission area||1920-1923|
|1||5||Images: 01:05:01-01:05:09 : LDS Church Northern States Mission. Snapshots from Daryl Chase's mission. This particular group of photographs are centered around the different families and missionaries||undated|
|1||6||Images: 01:06:01-01:06:08 : LDS Church Northern States Mission. Different families and missionaries in the area, as well as Daryl Chase with some of his companions. One noteworthy item found in this folder is a photograph of the baptism of a young girl in a river||undated|
|1||7||Images: 01:07:01-01:07:06 : LDS Church Northern States Mission - Portraits of Sister Missionaries. Professional portraits of women missionaries who served in the Northern States Mission with Daryl Chase||1920-1923|
|1||8||Images: 01:08:01-01:08:07 : LDS Church Northern States Mission - Portraits of Missionaries. Professional portraits of the male missionaries who served in the Northern States Mission with Daryl Chase||1920-1923|
|1||9||Images: 01:09:01-01:09:07 : LDS Church Northern States Mission - Portraits of Missionaries. Professional portraits of the male missionaries who served in the Northern States Mission with Daryl Chase. Also found in this folder is a group portrait presumably of all of the missionaries from a particular district within the mission||1920-1923|
|1||10||Images: 01:10:01-01:10:07 : LDS Church Northern States Mission - Portraits of Missionaries. Professional portraits of the male missionaries who served in the Northern States Mission with Daryl Chase||1920-1923|
|1||11||Images: 01:11:01-01:11:07 : LDS Church Northern States Mission - Portraits of Missionaries. Professional portraits of the male missionaries who served in the Northern States Mission with Daryl Chase||1920-1923|
|1||12||Images: 01:12:01-01:12:05 : Misc. Snapshots - Daryl Chase, Leona Romney, and Mildred Lindorff. Snapshots from the mid-twenties of Mr. Chase, Miss Romney, and Miss Lindorff. The photos appear to have been taken aboard a ship and in a sea-side town||undated|
|1||13||Images: 01:13:01-01:13:07 : Snapshots - University of Chicago. Snapshots from the years Dr. Chase spent at the University of Chicago in the early to mid 1930's. The photos primarily feature Chase with his colleagues from the University||undated|
|1||14||Images: 01:14:01-01:14:05 : Misc. Snapshots. Snapshots of various friends and acquaintances of Chase around the mid twenties||1920-1930|
|1||15||Images: 01:15:01-01:15:06 : Misc. Snapshots. Snapshots of various friends and acquaintances of Chase around the mid twenties||1920-1930|
|1||16||Images: 01:16:01-01:16:06 : Misc. Postcards. Real-photo postcards. Included are some of Chase on his mission, a couple of historic houses, the V.T. Park Hotel, and Old Salem, N.C. Also included is an illustrated postcard of an inner city train||1920|
|1||17||Images: 01:17:01 : Echo Mill. The Echo Roller Mills around 1897. Also included in the photograph are a couple of wagons and a buggy, as well as several people. (An explanation of the photo along with identification of the people in it may be found on the back of one of the photos.)||1897|
|1||18||Images: 01:18:01-01:18:02 : Echo Mill Tax Assessment Photos. Echo Mill around the early 20th century, taken for county tax assessment purposes||undated|
|1||19||Images: 01:19:01-01:19:02 : Misc. Photo Postcards. Two photo postcards, one of the Oracle at Delphi, and one of the Asuncion Palacio de Gobeirno||undated|
|1||20||Images: 01:20:01-01:20:05 : Misc. Photo Postcards. Historically significant sites of the LDS Church. Included are the Lorenzo Snow Home in Nauvoo, the Kirtland Temple, the Joseph Smith Farm, as well as Emma Hale Smith in her later years||undated|
|1||20a||Images: 01:20a:01 : Portrait - Daryl Chase. Portrait of Daryl Chase when he recieved his Masters Degree from the University of Chicago||1931|
|1||21||Images: 01:21:01 : Portrait - Daryl Chase Copies of a painted portrait of Daryl Chase. This is his official portrait as president of Utah State University||undated|
|1||22||Images: 01:22:01 : Daryl Chase Photo. Official portrait of Daryl Chase as president of Utah State University (above)||1958|
|1||23||Images: 01:23:01 : Portrait - JoAnne Christensen. Black and white portrait of JoAnne Christensen, age 20||undated|
|1||24||Images: 01:24:01 : Portrait - Unknown. Color portrait of an unknown gentleman, approximately 65 years of age||undated|
|1||25||Images: 01:25:01-01:25:02 : University of Texas and Salt Lake Seminary - Snapshots. Daryl Chase in some of his notable professional positions. Included are Chase and his colleagues in front of a Salt Lake Seminary in 1933, and President Chase and some colleagues in front of the University of Texas||1958|
|1||26||Images: 01:26:01-01:26:07 : Group Photos - Daryl Chase, et. al. Taken during Chase's tenure as president of Utah State University||undated|
|1||27||Images: 01:27:01-01:27:05 : Photos - Misc. Social Events. Various social events with which Daryl Chase was involved, primarily during his tenure as president of Utah State University||undated|
|1||28||Images: 01:28:01-01:28:07 : Snapshots of the arrival of Iranian Ambassador Ardeshir Zahedi||1960|
|1||29||Images: 01:29:01-01:29:02 : Two black and white 8x10 photographs of President and Mrs. Chase with Glenn Taggert and his wife. They are standing on Old Main Hill with the LDS Temple in the background||undated|
|1||30||Images: 01:30:01-01:30:06 : Various social functions in which Daryl Chase was involved during his tenure as president of Utah State University||undated|
|1||31||Images: 01:31:01-01:31:06 : Various social functions in which Daryl Chase was involved during his tenure as president of Utah State University||undated|
|1||32||Images: 01:32:01-01:32:03 : Various meetings in which Daryl Chase was involved during his tenure as president of Utah State University||undated|
|1||33||Images: 01:33:01-01:33:02 : Various social functions in which Daryl Chase was involved during his tenure as president of Utah State University||undated|
|1||34||Images: 01:34:01-01:34:03 : Snapshots and Portrait - Dr. Hung Wo Ching. Snapshots, along with a photographed, black and white portrait of Dr. Hung Wo Ching, a professor who visited Utah State University during the tenure of President Chase||undated|
|1||35||Images: 01:35:01-01:35:10 : Social functions in which Daryl Chase was involved during his tenure as president of Utah State University||undated|
|1||36||Images: 01:36:01-01:36:05 : Various social functions in which Mrs. Chase was involved during her husband's tenure as president of Utah State University||undated|
|1||37||Images: 01:37:01-01:37:03 : Photographs of President and Mrs. Chase during a specific social gathering at the Alumni House during Chase's tenure at Utah State University||undated|
|1||38||Images: 01:38:01-01:38:04 : Snapshots taken while President Chase visited various classes during his tenure at Utah State University||undated|
|1||39||Images: 01:39:01 : Photos - President Chase - Airplane. Daryl Chase with three others standing next to a small, private airplane. This was presumably taken during his tenure as president of Utah State University||undated|
|1||40||Images: 01:40:01-01:40:05 : Photos - President Chase - Ceremony. Chase speaking at a ceremony during his tenure at USU||undated|
|1||41||Images: 01:41:01-01:41:07 : Snapshots - President Daryl Chase. Chase during his tenure as President of USU. Included are portraits and candid photos||undated|
|1||42||Images: 01:42:01-01:42:02 : Photo - Daryl Chase and Cook Brothers. Chase accepting a donation of a car to Utah State University. One of these photos has been treated for publication||undated|
|1||43||Images: 01:43:01-01:43:04 : Misc. Photos - People at Utah State University. (Only one of whom was identified.)||undated|
|1||44||Images: 01:44:01-01:44:04 : Color Photographs - Graduation ceremonies at Utah State University||undated|
|1||45||Images: 01:45:01-01:45:06 : Misc. Photographs - Graduation ceremonies at Utah State University||undated|
|1||46||Images: 01:46:01 : 8x10, black and white photograph of the commencement ceremonies of Utah State University||1962 June 09|
|1||47||Images: 01:47:01 : Portrait - Small, black and white portrait of Alexander Kerenski, the peace center correspondent. Included is a letter from Mr. Kerenski to Dr. Chase when the photo was given to him||1950-1960|
|2||1||Images: 02:01:01 : 8x10 color photograph of Old Main||undated|
|2||2||Images: 02:02:01-02:02:02 : 8x10, black and white photographs of the Tanner Room in Merrill Library at Utah State University||undated|
|2||3||Images: 02:03:01-02:03:02 : 8x10, black and white photographs of the Alumni House at Utah State University||1950-1960|
|2||4||Images: 02:04:01-02:04:04 : 8x10, black and white photographs of various facilities at Utah State University. These photographs were part of a compiled study advocating an allocation of funds for development||1950-1970|
|2||5||Images: 02:05:01-02:05:05 : 8x10, black and white photographs of various facilities at Utah State University. These photographs were part of a compiled study advocating an allocation of funds for development||1950-1970|
|2||6||Images: 02:06:01-02:06:06 : 8x10, black and white photographs of various facilities at Utah State University. These photographs were part of a compiled study advocating an allocation of funds for development||1950-1970|
|2||7||Images: 02:07:01-02:07:09 : Photographs - Misc. Utah State University Property. Included are several buildings as well as farm land||undated|
|2||8||Images: 02:08:01-02:08:02 : Two proof sheets (12 photos per sheet) recording the planting of large pine trees at various locations on campus at Utah State University||undated|
|2||9||Images: 02:09:01-02:09:07 : Snapshots which included Daryl Chase's visit to the Hydraulic Laboratory at St. Anthony Falls. Included are mechanical features as well as surrounding scenery||undated|
|2||10||Images: 02:10:01-02:10:04 : Black and white photographs of ecologically significant sites in the western United States. Included are Glen Canyon, Hoover Dam, the Colorado River, and Walpi, Arizona||undated|
|2||11||Images: 02:11:01-02:11:07 : Misc. photos of Daryl Chase's visit to various Pioneer Museums in Utah. Highlighted in this folder are old farm equipment and dioramas depicting various scenes from the old west||undated|
|2||12||Images: 02:12:01-02:12:08 : Misc. photos of Daryl Chase's visit to various Pioneer Museums in Utah. Highlighted in this folder are wagons, as well as different tools and other items found in pioneer homes||undated|
|2||13||Images: 02:13:01-02:13:05 : Misc. photos of Daryl Chase's visit to various Pioneer Museums in Utah. Highlighted in this folder are wagons and carriages, as well as an old windmill||undated|
|2||14||Images: 02:14:01-02:14:07 : Misc. photos of Daryl Chase's visit to various Pioneer Museums in Utah. Highlighted in this folder are old farm equipment and wagons||undated|
|2||15||Images: 02:15:01-02:15:08 : Misc. photos of Daryl Chase's visit to various Pioneer Museums in Utah. Highlighted in this folder are farm equipment, household staples, and a moonshine still||undated|
|2||16||Images: 02:16:01-02:16:05 : Misc. photos of Daryl Chase's visit to various Pioneer Museums in Utah. Highlighted in this folder are washing machines as well as recreations of a log cabin and post office from the pioneer era||undated|
|2||17||Images: 02:17:01-02:17:05 : Misc. photos of Daryl Chase's visit to various Pioneer Museums in Utah. Highlighted in this folder are buggies, a pioneer table setting, and displays of baskets||undated|
|2||18||Images: 02:18:01-02:18:07 : Misc. color slides taken of various farm equipment at the Jensen Historical Farm in Logan, Utah||undated|
|2||19||Images: 02:19:01-02:19:07 : Misc. color slides taken of various farm equipment at the Jensen Historical Farm in Logan, Utah||undated|
|3||1||Images: 03:01:01-03:01:22 : Hill Air Force Base. Included in the photos are: Daryl Chase, L. H. Florence, R. C. King, Lowell Summers, C. Hailer(?), C. Bartell, S. Merrill, L. Hill, pilots, and planes||1966 May 17|
|3||2||Images: 03:02:01-03:02:25 : Commencement. Pictures include commissioning exercises, walking, commencement speakers, and a reception. Included in the pictures are: Daryl Chase, Marian D. Hanks, Floyd, Secretary Udall, Harris(?)||1966|
|3||3||Images: 03:03:01-03:03:10 : Pictures from September 1966-January 1967. Included in the photos are: Daryl Chase, the Darrell Mathews family, "Ted" Hansen, Merna Cairallo(?), and legislators and their wives||1966-1967|
|3||4||Images: 03:04:01-03:04:08 : Pictures taken by the US Army at Fort Lewis, Washington. Included in the photos are: Daryl Chase, Dr. Edwin L. Smith (Military Coordinator at USU), Capt. Ernest E. Beach, USU ROTC Cadets, Civilian Educators, Gerri Perrin, Alice (Daryl) Chase, Mrs. Zetta (Edwin) Peterson, Eddie Peterson (son), LaDora E. (Bert) Perrin, and Col. Bert Perrin||1965 July 14|
|3||5||Images: 03:05:01-03:05:20 : Pictures of Graduation, Christmas on the Capitol in Salt Lake City, dedication of the Water Research Laboratory, and miscellaneous pictures. Included in the photos are: Daryl Chase, Brent Crosbie, Secretary of State, Governor Rampton of Utah, and Ted Puffer(?)||1965|
|3||6||Images: 03:06:01-03:06:16 : Pictures of a new LDS Stake Center groundbreaking and the dedication on March 14, 1966. Included in the pictures are Alma Sonne, Alice Chase, Daryl Chase, Eldred L. Waldron, Dr. Wendell Rich, Reed Bullen, Leonard Arrington, Sterling Lyon, Charles Kleinman, Gordon Haws, Shanton L. Allen, Robert McCann, Elwood Bingham, Joseph Gayle Smith, LDS President David O. McKay, Bishop Thorpe B. Isaacson, Henry Smith (Editor of Church News), and Lee Preece||1961 May 2|
|3||7||Images: 03:07:01-03:07:35 : Pictures of Bolivian 4-S members during their stay in Logan, Utah. Included in the photos are: Daryl and Alice Chase, Amy Kearsley (Assoc. State 4-H Club leader), B. Austin Haws (Assis. to Pres. on Latin American Affairs), Loren Palmer, Dean Phyllis Snow, Von Jarrett (head of agricultural engineering), Keith Chapman (Extension county agent), Mrs. Armando Cardozo, Mrs. Ross Covington, Wayne Cardon, Reed Roberts (Extension entomologist), Keith Chapman (Wayne County Agent), Mrs. Roger Peterson, Mrs. Ray Burtenshaw, and Governor Calvin L. Rampton||undated|
|3||8||Images: 03:08:01-03:08:20 : Two postcards from 1965 and pictures of Associated Student Officers and Board of Trustees. Included in the photos are: Larry MacFarlane, Marilyn Pollard, Wayne Peteron, Bonnie Wiltshire, Gary Blacker, Jane Waldron, Bruce Bishop, Dick Baker, Brian Neuberger, Kay McKiff, Dave Martinsen, Jeanne Grotegut, Shanna Daw, John Cannon, Charles Belcher, Clarice W. Reese, Dr. Thelma Fogelberg, Mary Beth Rees, Alice Chase, Dr. L Grant Reese, Roscoe N. Tolman, Rey Vere Belnap(?), Daryl Chase, Vernon A. Bingham, Alma Sonne, Henry R. Hurren, Phillip A. Bullen, Richard J. Maughan, Norman D. Salisbury, Ann Pacock(?), Clare Jones, Suzy Thomas, Roger S. Dutson, Stan W. Healy(?), Kaye Thompson, Michael J. Mayman, Linda Zallinger, Ken Rich(?), Lear Thorpe(?), Steven Green, Steve Blaser, Craig Petersen, Wally Odd, Blake Wride, Pam Daines, Ann Vest, Bill Hanson, Bob Hunsaker, Gloria Thompson, David W. Evans, Lucile O. Petty, Lamont F. Toronto, R. J. Potter, Reed W. Farnsworth, Derle, Thorpe, Alice Thorpe, Rolfe Kerr, Dorothy Allen, Quentin Cook, Chuck Hyer, Alva C. Snow, Ralph S. Blackham, W. Eugene Hansen, E. O. Larson, Fern B. Ercanbrack, Eve S. Ashton, Lamont F. Toronto, Joseph F. Cowley, David W. Evans, Mr. Rosenblatt, Mr. Sanders, Mr. Schmeitt, Mr. Soulier, Mr. Marsden, Mr. Gunett, and L. Mark Neuberger||1958-1965|
|3||9||Images: 03:09:01-03:09:17 : Pictures from the Office of the President of Daryl Chase and Richard Groen (Utah Committee for International Contract), trip to South America||1964|
|3||10||Images: 03:10:01-03:10:08 : Pictures of the Pocatello Institute Dedication on March 7, 1965 and the groundbreaking ceremony in June 1965 for the Glen R. Swenson and Reed Michaelson Fine Arts building. Included in photos are: Dean Laurence E. Gale, Pres. W. E. Berrett, J. Wyley Sessions, Pres. Daryl Chase, Heber C. Snell, Robert E. Parsons, Thad O. Yost, Alma Sonne, Alice Chase, Glen R. Swenson, Reed Michaelson, John H. Michaelson, O. E. Larson, Reed Bailey, and Birch Beal||1965|
|3||11||Images: 03:11:01-03:11:08 : Pictures taken in Nephi, Utah of Daryl Chase, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Chase, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chase||1963 October 28|
|3||12||Images: 03:12:01-03:12:26 : Pictures taken in Nephi from 1961-1965 of family homes and areas important to the family, and a photo of the original picture taken of James Chase and family when the homestead was first bought. Included in the photos are Daryl Chase, Irel Chase, Ida Greenhalgh, Ed Chase, and Roy Chase||undated|
|3||13||Images: 03:13:01-03:13:13 : Pictures of Commencement. Included in the photos are Daryl Chase, Ardeshir Zahedi, A. E. Bowman, E. L. "Dick" Romney, H. R. Hurren, Reed W. Bailey, Dean J. Whitney Floyd, Eve Ashton, and Elliott Cameron||1960 June 4|
|3||14||Images: 03:14:01-03:14:12 : Negatives of Camp Floyd, Albert Sidney Johnston grave, and a cow||undated|
|3||15||Images: 03:15:01-03:15:31 : Postcards, poem, and photos of Shakers in New England||undated|
|3||16||Images: 03:16:01-03:16:06 : Stereoviews of Mt. Lebanon, New York and photos of Shakers||undated|
|3||17||Images: 03:17:01-03:17:00 : Miscellaneous pictures. Included in the photos are Daryl Chase, Mr. and Mrs. G.R. Judd, James Stone, Selva e Onofre family, Komi Fukuzewa(?), Frank and Setsuko Krommenboek(?), Sheryl Fukuzewa(?), Seyh Allan Fukuzewa(?), Frank Fukuzewa, Edwin L. Peterson, Paul Norton, Anne Scoville, Lee Roderick, Janet Keroher, Steve Stathis, Rosa M. Leyva, John Dwan, Eleanor Roosevelt, Gary Steadman, and Chuck Avery||undated|
|4||1||Images: 04:01:01-04:01:09 : Pictures of USU Campus. Some pictures were taken Feb. 1961 by Bert Allen, and some were taken by Nile Greenhalgh||1963|
|4||2||Images: 04:02:01-04:02:11 : Picture of events at USU, with a photo of a sculpture by Larry Elsner. Included in the photos are Ardeshir Zahedi, A.G. Mirajgaoker, Daryl Chase, Alma Sonne, President Merrill, Peter Chase, Alice Chase, and James Hardman||undated|
|4||3||Images: 04:03:01-04:02:09 : Pictures taken by Gaell Lindstrom of the International Fair he and Daryl Chase attended in Chicago||undated|
|4||4||Images: 04:04:01-04:04:07 : Basketball pictures of Wayne Estes, LaDell Anderson, LeRoy Walker, and Ron Estes (Wayne's younger brother)||1964-1965|
|4||5||Images: 04:05:01-04:05:07 : Pictures taken at Tooele Ordnance Depot and at a Board of Trustees banquet. Included in the pictures are Daryl Chase and Col. Chester H. Anderson||undated|
|4||6||Images: 04:06:01-04:06:08 : Postcard and pictures of various meetings and gatherings. Included in the photos are Rex Paxton, Dean Bennet, Governor George D. Clyde, Lee Bickmare(?), Daryl Chase, Wilford W. Lundberg, Robert Barry (Dir. of Contracts, Boeing), E. G. Earl, Harold Olson (Patent Counselor, Boeing), Harden Tubbs (Program Manager, Boeing), Dee Wangsgaard, William H. Pattison, Jr., M. K. Jeppesen, Blaine Hancey, James A. Hardman, Alan A. Matheson, Una Vermillion, Rulon J. Rasmusson, Dr. R. H. Walker, VP Thorne, Norman D. Salisbury, and Dr. Zierold||undated|
|4||7||Images: 04:07:01-04:07:14 : Various group pictures. Included in photos are Dr. A. Stark and family, Mr. and Mrs. Riley Judd, Daryl Chase, Mrs. Colton, Alan Matheson, Carlos Garces, Director Armando Samper (OAS), Dean Robert P. Collier, Olaf Poulsen, Marcos Jones (University of Chile), Dr. Austin Haws, Professor Joel Fletcher, Gerald Dinsdale (Soil Conservation Service), Alice Chase, L.R. Humphreys, Dean Vearl R. Smith, Earl Ray Thompsen, Wes Soulier (Union Pacific), Mr. and Mrs. Evan Stevenson, Mr. and Mrs. Lyn Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Burtenshaw, and Leah Dunford||undated|
|4||8||Images: 04:08:01-04:08:15 : Miscellaneous group pictures. Included in the photos are Daryl Chase, Alma Sonne, Professor Max Dalby, F. Urlando Molina, Iraj Soronshian, Manoorhehr Soronshian, Wain Grenhalgh, Ida Lazelle Chase Greenhalgh (Daryl's sister), Alice Chase, Mr. Johnson (Daryl's high school history teacher), Harry Bigley (high school agriculture teacher), Wilson Glazier (high school science teacher), Governor Clyde, Professor Jose Reinosa (National School of Agriculture, Mexico), Trustee Norman Salisbury, Dean Carlton Culmsee, Prof. Harry Plummer (CSU), Dr. Lorin Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Manoel Becker, Lucia Becker, J. Bracken Lee, T. B. Isaacson, Royden C. Braithwaite, and Charles R. Hunter||undated|
|4||9||Images: 04:09:01-04:09:12 : Miscellaneous pictures. Included in the photos are Daryl Chase, Gen. William F. Dean, Col. Calvin L. Partin, Earl J. Roueche, Chairman Alma Sonne, Joao Goncalves de Souza, Irel Chase, Ida Greenhalgh, Ed Chase, Roy Chase, Jay Bingham, L. B. Johnson, Alice Chase, Donice Hansen, Lucio Arce, Manuel Posnansky, LeRoy Blaser, Joseph Kitagawa, and Alan Matheson||undated|
|4||10||Images: 04:10:01-04:10:06 : Pictures of Eleanor Roosevelt and President Harry S. Truman visit to USU. Included in these pictures are Daryl Chase, Gary Steadman, Chuck Avery, John P. Cannon, Shanna Daw, Monty Shupe, Mary Lea Stoddard, Mary Kay Burgoyne, John Cluff, Eleanor Mitchell, and Professor Twain Tippetts||1960|
|4||11||Images: 04:11:01-04:11:19 : Pictures of the opening of the Lyric Theatre, the Sunday School Group at Karaj College, Iran, Fall 1958, in fromt of Dean Walker's house, and miscellaneous pictures. Included in the photos are Daryl Chase, Prof. Hazen Cooley, Prof. David Sargent, Prof. Parley Daly, Senator Wallace F. Bennett, Ellen Wasserman, Runie Wasserman, Dean Cameron, H. F. Judkins, A.C. Faye, R.E. Hodgson, Rep. Henry Aldous Dixon, Alice Chase, Angelyn Warnick Wadley, Dr. C. N. Jensen, Clyde C. Edmonds, Gerald Thorne, C. J. Olsen, Ernest O. Larson, Cecil Baker, Ardeshir Zahedi, and Peter Chase||1961 April 3|
|4||12||Images: 04:12:01-04:12:22 : Commencement pictures. Included in the pictures are Daryl Chase, Dr. Hung Wo Ching, Dr. Harold W. Ritchey, Pres. Henry D. Moyle, Dr. M.R. Merrill, Peter Chase, Alice Chase, Lynn Chase, Pat Chase, Kathryn Chase, William E. Morgan (CSU), Dr. E. Himes, VP Dee Broadbent, C. D. Michaelsen, Trustee Lamont F. Toronto, Marilyn Wayman, Judy Nelson, Dr. Franklin L. West, Fern B. Ercanbrack, and Marriner S. Eccles||1961-1963|
|4||13||Images: 04:13:01-04:13:17 : Commencement pictures from 1964-1966. Included in the pictures are Daryl Chase, Harold B. Lee, Juanita Brooks, LeGrand Richards, Newell V. Sanders, Dean Robert P. Collier, Trustee R. J. Potter, Dr. M.R. Merrill, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Malmgren, Professor, and George Ellsworth||undated|
|4||14||Images: 04:14:01-04:14:11 : Pictures of awards received by Daryl Chase. Included in the pictures are Daryl Chase, Hod(?) Sanders, Mark N. Neuberger, Wesley Dickinson, Lt. Col. W. Gordon Allen, Dean L. Mark Neuberger, Al Burroughs, Eric Johnson, Dale Nelson, "Red" Burnett, H. Verne Loeppert, and Jeremy Curtoys||1958-1971|
|4||15||Images: 04:15:01-04:15:15 : Pictures of Daryl Chase with students, with some pictures being taken by Nile Greenhalgh. Included in the photos are Takeo Kunno(?), Shahrokh Ahi, Sven Wihrheim, Patricia Ballard, Nile Greenhalgh, Jason Chong (?), Carolyn Surface, and Nasaret Nassir||undated|
|4||16||Images: 04:16:01-04:16:25 : Pictures of Daryl Chase from his childhood, mission, and, including photos with his wife, Alice||1931-1974|
|4||17||Images: 04:17:01-04:17:07 : Pictures sent to Daryl Chase by Cora Cohen(?), Jack Owysey(?), Jerry Wilson, and Ardeshir Zahedi||undated|
|4||18||Images: 04:18:01-04:18:09 : Pictures in Mexico, Bolivia, and Paraguay. Included in the photos are Daryl Chase, Ruby Hansen Surface, Dr. Austin Haws, and Royden Derrick||undated|
|4||19||Images: 04:19:01-04:19:29 : Miscellaneous pictures. Included in the photos are Daryl Chase, E.L. "Dick" Romney, Lt. Col. Blair Hael, Dean J. Elliot Cameron, Alice Chase, Mrs. George M. Browning, Mrs. William H. Bennett, Mrs. Cecil Chapman, Pres. Madsen, Eve Ashton, Rudgar Walker and family, Congressman Dixon, Mr. Askozhensky(?), Mr. Babaev(?), Alma Sonne, Richard Maughan, Louis Turner, John Edward Deeming, Rosa M. Leyva, B. Delworth Gardner, Lowell Summers, Leon M. Hill, and Samuel W. Merril||undated|
|4||20||Images: 04:20:01-04:20:11 : Pictures from a reception given for Mrs. Taggart by Mrs. Alice Chase. Included in the photos are Alice Chase, Mrs. E.G. Peterson, Mrs. JeDon Emenheiser, Mrs. Robert Potter, Mrs. Taggart, Mrs. Wynn Thorne, Mrs. Todd Weston, Mrs. Frampton Collins, and Mrs. Herb Champ||1968|
|5||5||Images: 05:01-05:07 : Pictures of Ardeshir Zahedi receiving an honorary degree and presenting Daryl Chase with Decoration of the Order of the Crown, Second Degree, with a letter, program, and booklet on the event. Also pictures of the Chase cabin in Nephi, Utah, with a some scenery views||undated|
Names and SubjectsReturn to Top
- Commencement ceremonies -- Utah -- Logan -- Photographs.
- Frontier and pioneer life -- Museums -- Photographs.
- USU -- International students.
- USU -- Iran relations.
- Chase, Daryl, 1901-1984 -- Photographs.
- Ronald V. Jensen Living Historical Farm -- Photographs.
- Utah State University -- Buildings -- Photographs.
- Utah State University -- Photographs.
- Utah State University -- Presidents -- Photographs.
Form or Genre Terms
- Photographic postcards -- 20th century.
- College presidents -- Utah -- Logan -- Photographs.
- Mormon missionaries -- United States -- Photographs.