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Marvin E. McKee Library 2002 the First 50 Years

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This slide show was part of the celebration of McKee Library's 50 Anniversary in 2002. Many of those attending were able to find themselves in the old photographs.

This slide show was part of the celebration of McKee Library's 50 Anniversary in 2002. Many of those attending were able to find themselves in the old photographs.

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  • 1. MARVIN E. MCKEE LIBRARYTHE FIRST FIFTY YEARS…
  • 2. TIMELINE: 1952– THE MARVIN E. MCKEE LIBRARY WAS COMPLETED AND DEDICATED IN 1952.– THE LIBRARY’S NAME SAKE IS THE FORMER DEAN AND PRESIDENT OF OPSU, MARVIN E. MCKEE.– EACH DECADE HOLDS A NEW VIEW OF THE LIBRARY AND ITS EMPLOYEES
  • 3. BEFORE MCKEE LIBRARY…A scene from the early days of Panhandle when one classroom and few volumes servedas the library. FROM THE PLAINSMAN YEARBOOK, 1959
  • 4. DEDICATED TO..• The McKee Library was opened following the Easter vacation in 1952. The formal dedication service and open house were held as part of the Homecoming activities in October, 1952. MARVIN E. MCKEE AT DEDICATION CEREMONY
  • 5. MCKEE LIBRARY 1952
  • 6. Description of McKee LibraryFrom The Plainsman Yearbook, 1952…“The imposing structure completes the south end of therectangular shaped campus. It was built and equipped at anestimated cost of $300,000.”From The Plainsman Yearbook, 1957…“The library houses the audio-visual department as well as astockroom which currently holds 20,000 volumes, Aggie readingroom, main reading room, and a two-hundred and fifty seatauditorium in the modern structure completed in 1952. Thesecond floor which utilizes two rooms as classrooms will eventuallybe used for an expanded stackroom that will hold 80,000 volumes.”
  • 7. STUDENTS IN THE LIBRARYFrom the 1952Plainsman Yearbook…“This typical scene in the McKee Library shows library assistant, Ila Mae Sloan, checking out books to Roy Hine and Glenn Brewer.”
  • 8. FACULTY 1952WHEN THE LIBRARY OPENED, IN 1952, PAULPARHAM WAS “LIBRARIAN” AND MARIEMCWHIRTER WAS “ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN.” MARIE PAUL PARHAM MCWHIRTER
  • 9. 1962 FACULTY D O N AL DRIC H ARD SO N L IBRARIAN AD RIAN WIC K STRU M D IREC TO R O F AU D IO -VISU AL ED U C ATIO N
  • 10. 1962…A BUSY DAY ON CAMPUS
  • 11. 1963 STUDENTS IN THE LIBRARY
  • 12. TIME FOR STUDYFROM THE 1963 PLAINSMAN YEARBOOK…“THIS MODERN BUILDING IS THE REAL CENTEROF LEARNING ON THE CAMPUS. ITS SPACIOUSFACILITIES INCLUDE TWO READING ROOMS,THREE CLASS ROOMS, AN AUDIO-VISUALLABORATORY, AND AN AUDITORIUM WITH ASEATING CAPACITY OF 250 PERSONS.THE LIBRARY ENFOLDS THE GREAT THOUGHTSOF PAST GENERATIONS FOR STUDENTS WITHEAGER MINDS. THE STACKS CURRENTLY HOLDOVER 22,000 VOLUMES OF INDISPENSABLEKNOWLEDGE PLUS COUNTLESS OTHER BOOKSWHICH ARE INVALUABLE TO STUDENTS ON ACOLLEGE CAMPUS.”
  • 13. 1972 FACULTYJulia C. Miller Sherry Johnson Ann BlakelyAsst. Prof. Of Asst. Librarian Asst. LibrarianLibrary Science
  • 14. 1972QUIET MOMENTS IN THE LIBRARY
  • 15. 1982 STUDENTS WORK IN THE LIBRARY
  • 16. SEARCHINGTHE STACKS 1982
  • 17. 1982 FACULTYEDWARD BRYAN JUDITH CALLAWAY PAULYNA JO WISE ASSISTANT LIBRARY ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OFLIBRARY SCIENCE LIBRARY SCIENCE INSTRUCTOR INDIRECTOR OF THE LIBRARY SCIENCE ASSISTANT LIBRARY LIBRARIAN
  • 18. 1991-92EDWARD BRYAN VICKIE HALEDIRECTOR OF THE SECRETARY TO THELIBRARY DIRECTOR OF THE LIBRARYCYNTHIA AKERS RACHEL SIDES JUDITH CALLAWAYASSISTANT ASSISTANT ASSISTANTLIBRARIAN LIBRARIAN LIBRARIAN
  • 19. 1999 STAFFL TO R: Elaina Stewart, Evlyn Schmidt, EdBryan, Sonya Smith, Natasha Raybon.
  • 20. Library Staff, Summer 1997 Shawndra FauchierJennifer Cramer Jalinda BallJudy Weirner Lisa Collins
  • 21. Library Staff, Spring 1998Marisa Torchia Josh Melissa and Heather Bryan Amie
  • 22. Library of Congress T-Shirt Day Librarians Michele Siekel, Evlyn Schmidt, Elaina Stewart and Sonya Smith
  • 23. Work, Play and Fooda few of library “favorite things.” CARIE CHRISTMAS 1998 SONYA SMITH
  • 24. BRIAN AND TERRI ELAINA STEWART BRAD AND BRENDA CHRISTMAS 1998 YOSHIE PAUL ROBERTS
  • 25. SPRING 1999BRENT AND MIKE ED BRYAN, MELISSA, CONNIE
  • 26. FALL 2000 TORIE AT CIRC
  • 27. EVLYN SCHMIDT, AMIE, MARISACHRISTMAS 1999
  • 28. SPRING 2002TANYA, LYNN, HEATHER AND MAGGIE
  • 29. SUMMER 2001TANYA, JULIE, LYNN
  • 30. MCKEE LIBRARY HAS SCHOOL SPIRITFALL 1997
  • 31. WHEN STUDENTSGRADUATE…WE CELEBRATE!! TANYA AND LINDA FALL 2002 BEAR AND MIKE SPRING 2002
  • 32. LIBRARY ATHELETESAARON BEAR MEADE
  • 33. Working Students