Finding Aid for the Clav Snow Photograph Collection
Clav Snow Photograph Collection
0.21 linear feet [1 half-document case], 87 black-and-white photographs
Name of Creator(s)
Open. This material does not circulate and may only be used in-house only.
Name of item, Collection identifier, box #, folder #, Collection Title, South Dakota State University Archives and Special Collections, Hilton M. Briggs Library, Brookings, South Dakota.
Photographs were taken by Clav Snow while he attended South Dakota State College in the 1930s. Photographs include images of Hobo Day, Military Field Day Exercises, campus buildings, and friends.
Clav Snow was from Onaka, South Dakota. He attended South Dakota State College in 1930, in the engineering program. He was a military cadet in Company B, 4th squad. He died at the infirmary in January.
Photographs were taken by Clav Snow while he attended South Dakota State College in the 1930s. Photographs are images of Hobo Day, Military Field Day Exercises, campus buildings, and friends.
- Snow, Clav
- South Dakota State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts
- South Dakota Date University. Hobo Day
- South Dakota State University. Department of Military Science
- Student activities
- Students – Societies and clubs
Conditions Governing Access
This collection is open to researchers without restrictions. The materials in the Archives do not circulate and may be used only in-house.
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Conditions Governing Reproduction
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