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Collection: Iowa State University Library Photograph Collection
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Curtiss Hall with winter snow fence, viewed from the northwest, 1956
Curtiss Hall is viewed from the northwest behind the snow fence protecting it from the snow on central campus.
Curtiss Hall portico, 1954
Two men climb the steps of Curtiss Hall towards the columns and pediment of the portico.
Curtiss Hall west elevation with budding trees, 1954
Curtiss Hall is viewed from the northwest, showing the west elevation, as students walk by the building and budding trees.
Students walking in front of Curtiss Hall, 1954
Students walk in front of Curtiss Hall as leaves begin to emerge from the surrounding trees.
Curtiss Hall portico pediment, Agriculture frieze, and two central columns, 1954
Ceres, the goddess of agriculture, appears in the Curtiss Hall portico pediment, above the word Agriculture in the frieze below, supported by two central columns.
Bicycles in front of the entrance to Curtiss Hall, 1950
Bicycles are parked in the shade of a large tree in front of the entrance to Curtiss Hall.
Curtiss Hall, west and north elevations, 1917
Agriculture Hall (Curtiss Hall) is viewed from the northwest, showing the north and west elevations.
Curtiss Hall entrance steps, 1952
A woman walks by the entrance steps to Curtiss Hall, which are framed by trees and ivy.
Curtiss Hall, front (west) façade framed by pine trees, 1917
The front (west) façade of Agriculture Hall (Curtiss Hall) is framed by three large pine trees on the north and one on the south.
Students on the steps of Curtiss Hall, 1919
Eleven men and women students use the steps of Agriculture Hall (Curtiss Hall) while the flag above the pediment flies at half-mast.