A photograph from a student scrapbook showing a rose garden on the State Normal School campus (now the University of Northern Colorado). The roses are in bloom with a climbing rose attached to a trellis towards the back of the flower bed. "Sutherland, Denver" is printed on the lower right-hand corner of the photograph.
Students and faculty from the Colorado State Teachers College class posing on the steps of Carter Hall. All of the students and faculty are wearing their academic regalia. The central figure holds the class baby on his lap.
A view of the Normal School geology lab. A collection of rock samples sit on a desk. Two long benches are visible in front of the desk. There are framed pictures, a chalkboard and a map on the walls. A globe on a stand is visible in the center of the photo. Along the background wall are shelves with various samples, artifacts and tools.
A group of female students hold stringed instruments (mandolins or guitars) and posed in front of what appears to be a painted photographers background with a column and distant trees. A male student (or instructor) stands in the last row, holding a mandolin.
View of the chapel located in the Normal School Building (later the Administrative Building and finally renamed Cranford Hall.) There are two columns of pews. Paintings and sculptures can be seen against the walls.
A group of children, both male and female, work in the school garden with hoes and shovels. One female instructor can be seen using a hoe in the distance. Another female instructor is visible in the center of the group. Two houses, two unidentified buildings and a row of shrubs and deciduous trees can be seen in the background.
A group of children, both boys and girls, and a female instructor are seated in a group under a tree. A pigeon is perched on a spigot on the one side of the group while a tricycle and a watering can sit on the other. The group appears to be at the edge of a garden, the Normal Greenhouses can be seen in the distance.
A view of Normal Avenue. The road is wide, unpaved and lined with a gravel walkway on each side. The side of the road seen on the left is lined with a ditch and small deciduous trees. One house can be seen beyond the trees on this side. The other side of the road is lined with both deciduous and very small evergreen trees. Six houses are clearly visible on this side. A group of women with bicycles are in the background.
Groups of evergreen and deciduous trees line a dirt road. Ladders lean up against the trees on one side. The Normal School Building (later named the Administration Building and finally Cranford Hall) and the library (later renamed Carter Hall) can be seen in the background.
A photograph of the laying of the Normal School building cornerstone, June 13, 1890. The dignitaries are under a tarp held by the crane lowering the stone into place and audience members are standing under umbrellas as they watch the proceedings.
A photograph of the State Normal School of Colorado building. Three women in long dresses and hats are standing in front of the entrance steps. "State Normal School" in white letters is printed at the bottom right corner of the photograph.