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  • Collection: Iowa State University Library Photograph Collection

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A.H. Kimball's drawing of the second floor of the State Gymnasium shows the basketball courts, wrestling room, and diving and swimming pools. The layout of the football field, cinder track, and bleachers are also shown. Dr. Kimball was a professor…

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A.H. Kimball's drawing of the first floor of the State Gymnasium shows plans for the swimming pools, hand ball and squash courts, and locker rooms. The layout of the football field, cinder track, and underground tunnel are also shown. Dr. Kimball…

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A long wooden bench runs the length of this State Gymnasium locker room and is surrounded by rows of box lockers.

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Men are sitting along the edge of the swimming pool in State Gymnasium. Other men are standing behind them or on the diving boards.

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John Tillman is repairing the new State Gymnasium floor. The floor was marred by rollerbladers or skateboarders over a weekend. The photograph appeared in Inside Iowa State on January 13, 1995.

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Rows of cots line the State Gymnasium floor to accommodate soldiers suffering from the Spanish influenza epidemic. The gym is full and some of the healthy soldiers are assisting the sick ones.

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State Gymnasium is decorated for a military ball. One large American flag is hanging down from the second floor. Other flags and streamers are hanging from the ceiling. Rifles are stacked in a tripod formation along the sides of the gymnasium.

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This sign shows the cost of damage to an aerobic mirror torn off the wall of State Gymnasium by vandals. The photograph appeared in Inside Iowa State on February 24, 1995.

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C. Clark Bowen (seated) is operating the electron microscope. Dean Bear, College of Sciences and Humanities (center) and Dean Andre (in the back), College of Agriculture look on.

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A close-up view of Botany students looking through microscopes in Bessey Hall.
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