A banner reading 'TO-HOOT-WITH-THE-OWLS' on the front of Todd Hall. A cut out wolf pointing to the banner with the letters OCE on his shirt. This was a dormitory lawn display competition for homecoming.
The Grove, 1953, page 32.
A student from the 1970s getting "tubbed" in the Todd Hall dormitory. Tubbing was an event that occurred when a woman got engaged — her friends would drag her into a bathtub and poor cold water on top of her.
A student from the 1970s after getting "tubbed" in the Todd Hall dormitory. Tubbing was an event that occurred when a woman got engaged — her friends would drag her in a bathtub and douse her with cold water.
Students from the 1970s gathered in a hallway of Todd Hall to have a hallway party. Built in 1913, Todd Hall was used as a women's dormitory until the 1970s, when it began housing the Teaching Research Division of the State System of Higher Education.
1940's residents of Todd Hall, then a women's dormatory, gather for dinner in the dining room of Todd Hall. Formal dinners were held every Sunday from 1913-1970, and were aimed to help teach proper dining etiquette.
The three women standing at the far end of an industrial-style kitchen in the dormitory (now Todd Hall). On the backside is handwritten "From Mr. and Mrs. NE Schanbel To Miss Todd, Old Kitchen in Todd Hall Probably before 1917."