View of the chapel located in the Normal School Building (later the Administrative Building and finally renamed Cranford Hall.) Streamers are strung throughout the room, the floor is covered by numerous rugs, covered furniture sits along the outer wall, and two American flags hang in the chapel.
The aim of this study is to determine the relationship between the following factors: 1. Achievement in Science 3 and 4 and number of credits in high school science. 2. Achievement in Science 3 and 4 and average high school science grade. 3. Achievement in Science 3 and 4 and score on the science section of the achievement test.
A number of boys and girls, who were most likely students in the Training School, are playing on a large piece of playground equipment that includes swings, ladders, poles and gym rings. A few adults, one man and several women, are watching the playing children.
This study is based on data collected at Colorado State Teachers College, Greeley, Colorado, during the winter quarter of 1931, from 67 majors in the department of music. The author personally gave these students the Kwalwasser-Dykema music tests.
View of the chapel located in the Normal School Building (later the Administrative Building and finally renamed Cranford Hall.) The chapel is crowded with students, primarily women. Several people, along with a pianist and piano, are seated at the front of the chapel.
Two men manage the placement of Gunter Hall's cornerstone during the cornerstone dedication ceremony. One man is wearing an apron and resting his hand on the cornerstone, while the second man kneels near the base of the cornerstone.