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  • Index to Hilltopics, 1970-1983 

    Caraher, Pat (Washington State University, 1983)
    Hilltopics was Washington State University's Alumni Magazine from 1970-2001. This index to the 1970-1983 years (no index exists for 1984-2001) was created at the Hilltopics office for their own internal use, as a Microsoft ...
  • Guide to the Whitman County, Washington oral history collection 

    Knight, Margot H. (Whitman County Historical Society, 1980)
    This is a printed listing of abstracts and descriptions of oral history interviews conducted with Whitman County settlers or pioneers during 1977 and 1978. This document serves as the best guide to the original recordings, ...
  • Northwest Botanical Manuscripts 

    Washington State University. Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections.; Abraham, Terry; Stark, Lawrence R.; Catale, Robert (Washington State University, 1976)
    A collection of guides to botanical papers held at Washington State University's Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections. Includes a joint index to all the collections.
  • Official List of Pullman House Renumbering 

    Pullman (Wash.); Hughlett, John (8/22/1972)
    On August 1, 1972, most of the homes in Pullman, Washington received new addresses. This city document maps the new and old addresses to each other.
  • Central Business District Development Study, Pullman, Washington 

    Anderson, Dorman D.; Ford III, Robert M. (Pullman Chamber of Commerce, 1969)
    Four distinct design alternatives for city planning for downtown Pullman, Washington, as created by students in a Washington State University Fifth Year Architectural Design Class.
  • Washington names, a pronunciation guide of Washington state place names. 

    Rundell, Hugh Augustus, 1919- (Issued jointly by KWSC-AM and TV and the Extension Service, Institute of Agricultural Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, Washington., 1964-05)
    A pronunciation guide to places in the state of Washington, compiled primarily for radio and television broadcasters.
  • The Nerve of that Dog 

    Worthman, Robert P. (Washington State University. College of Veterinary Medicine., 1960)
    An illustrated examination of the nervous system of dogs, and related diseases.
  • Unifine Flour: Milling, Baking, And Consumer Acceptance Tests 

    Pease, George; Wahl, Tom; Shoup, Norman; McLaren, Barbara; Harrington, Albert; Dixon, Jack (Washington State College Division of Institutional Research, 1950)
    Study of a grinding process for producing whole-wheat flour, determination of baking and keeping qualities, and commercial acceptability tests.
  • A Great New Heart for the State College of Washington: Introducing the Ernest Holland Library 

    State College of Washington (State College of Washington, 1947)
    Publicity document published early in the construction process about Washington State College's new Ernest O. Holland Library.
  • Courses for Coeds 

    State College of Washington; Washington State University (State College of Washington, 7/15/1944)
    Recruitment brochure describing instruction for women at the State College of Washington (Washington State University) during World War II.
  • Service record, United States Army, Navy, and Marines, the State College of Washington 

    State College of Washington (Pullman, Wash. : State College of Washington, 1920-01)
    Compiled service records of the alumni, students, staff, and faculty of the State College of Washington (later Washington State University) who served in the military during World War I.
  • Honor roll : alumni, former students and faculty, now in the service of our country 

    State College of Washington (Pullman, Wash. : State College of Washington, 1918-04)
    Names and photographs of students, staff, faculty, and alumni of the State College of Washington (later Washington State University) serving in the military during World War I as of early 1918.
  • In the Palouse Country 

    Smalley, Eugene Virgil (E.V. Smalley, 1892-09)
    An illustrated magazine article from a national magazine, describing and depicting the Palouse region and its towns as they existed in 1892. Particular focus is given to the towns of Pullman, Palouse, and Johnson.