This collection contains imagaes from the University Archives during the period that Idaho State University was the Idaho Technical Institute, 1915-1927.
In 1915, the Academy of Idaho was renamed Idaho Technical Institute and given a two-fold purpose as a vocational trade school and junior college. During the "Tech" period, Reed Hall, Residence and Colonial Halls, Frazier Hall, a pharmacy school and a larger engineering building were added to the campus. The institution continued to move from technical and vocational emphasis to traditional academic courses. (Matthew H. Shugert, student C.P.I., ISU Special Collections and Archives, 2013-2014)
These photographs have been digitized and are presented here; we need your help with identifying buildings, locations, events, people, and dates. Please add taggs to the images or leave appropriate comments.
This digital collection was completed by Alexander H. Asay, intern, ISU Department of History, Summer 2016.