I discovered these old photographs from Auburn University while doing some research. If you have more information about them, click on the link at the end of the description and share it with the Alabama Department of Archives and History.
Group outside McElhaney Hotel in Auburn, Alabama ca. 1890-1909 – Front row, left to right: “Dooley” Ransome, Miss Annie Laurie Dillard, Robert Trammell, Shell Toomer, and Mrs. McNamee. Back row, left to right: Miss Susie Thomas, Reverend Napier, and Commandant Benjamin Patrick. In folder entitled Auburn students. Q8849
Auburn girls learn practical problems of infant care at the nursery school ca. 1940 – Student at Alabama Polytechnic Institute holding a baby and trying to feed it a bottle. News Bureau, Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Auburn, Alabama Q1612
Do you remember trying to diaper a squirming baby using diaper pins?
Auburn girls learn practical problems of infant care at the nursery school. ca. 1940 – Two students at Alabama Polytechnic Institute diapering a baby. News Bureau, Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Auburn, Alabama Q1620
Beta Theta of Sigma Nu at Auburn University 1921 Q5366
Boy showing girls operation of textile weaving machines ca. 1930s – 1940s – Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Auburn, Alabama Q1985
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Historical Seminary,” of the Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Auburn. Students are sitting around long tables. Q4141
The Spirit of Auburn ca. 1940-1949 – Student in a laboratory at Alabama Polytechnic Institute. – photographer E. M. Stokes, News Bureau, Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Auburn, Alabama. Q40598