Several women in long dark dresses, and three men in suits sit at tables in the Normal School library. A man stands in the doorway of a room in the background of the picture, identified on the back of the picture as Dr. Joseph Daniels, librarian.
A photograph of the entrance to Cranford Hall. The engraving above the door reads: "State Normal School, erected A.D. 1892." Written on the bottom of the photograph: "Administration Bldg., C.T.C., Greeley, Colo."
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.
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 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.
Two female students are wearing aprons and cooking with cast-iron stoves in a Home Economics classroom. Both use potholders to protect their hands. A teapot sits atop one of the stoves. There is a wooden cupboard mounted to the wall in the background. Several round, metal trays are stacked on top of the cupboard. A lightbulb hangs from wire from the ceiling.
A view of the passage building that connected the Normal School Library (later renamed Carter Hall) to the back of the Normal School Building (later renamed the Administration Building and finally Cranford Hall). Part of a deciduous tree can be seen in the foreground.