Then and Now

Multiple series of Then and Now photos showing historical and current views of campus, Moscow and the region.

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Moscow, Idaho

Then and Now

2nd Street, looking East from Main Street, Moscow, Idaho, 1896 and today. The prominent building on the corner is part of what was originally known as the Browne Block. Built by Robert S. Browne, this was comprised of two buildings on the Southern half of the block on Main Street... [Read More]
Tags: Main Street

UI Library newspaper section

Then and Now

U of I Library newspaper section
UI Library newspaper section, then and now, from shortly after the building opened 60 years ago this month, to the newspaper storage area today. All historical Idaho newspapers have now been transferred to microfilm, rather than what looks like bound up in neat packages, while the current and previous months’... [Read More]

Moscow, ID

Then and Now

Main Street [1]
Welcome back to Moscow, Vandals! As the semester settles in, our #MainStreetMonday series will take a break, but stay tuned for all the exciting new projects and collections we are working on! [Read More]
Tags: Main Street

Kendrick, ID

Main Street of Kendrick [1]
From caption: Looking east at Main Street of Kendrick in the early 1900′s. Before pavement and only one car visible on the south side of the street. The Long residence at top of hill east end. [Read More]
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Life Sciences South

Life Sciences Building, University of Idaho. [132-2]
Dedicated in 1924 as Science Hall, the Life Sciences South building holds Bacteriology, Biochemistry, and Biology teaching and research labs and faculty and grad student offices. [Read More]

Vandal Giving Day

Library, University of Idaho. [201-2]
We are still using old tables from when the Library used to be in the Administration Building. Here they are being used by our peer tutors, a service that offers our students drop-in homework help. We need to update our furniture to provide a learning environment that fully prepares students... [Read More]

Welcome back!

"Welcome to idaho" [1]
On the last day of summer break, welcome and welcome back to returning University of Idaho students! Here is a look at the approach to Moscow from the West, on the border of Washington and Idaho, as the highway changes from WA 270 to ID 8. [Read More]