Select... "14 Employees Graduated With First UAH Class." "A New Year's Maine Attraction." "A Review of the Development of the Huntsville Campus Library." "Administrative Order No. 8." "Aerial view from the East of Scale Model UAH, January 1968." "Aerial view of Scale Model UAH, January, 1968." "Alabama U" sculpture covered in snow. "Floor Plan of Central Office and Laboratory Building of the Research Institute." "Frances Cabaniss Roberts: Her Life and Legacy." "Frances Roberts: Her Life and Legacy" exhibit panels. "Ground Breaking Ceremony, University of Alabama Research Institute, Huntsville, Alabama, December 20, 1962." "Recommendations for a consolidated library." "Remarks by Patrick Richardson to the UAH President's Council November 1, 1996 on the M. Louis Salmon Library Dedication." "Science Historians Join With Research Institute." "Score with the Chargers: See UAH Charger Hockey this season." "Statement of the Library Building Program for the University of Alabama in Huntsville." "The 1988-89 Charger Hockey Team." "Thiokol Huntsville Division Employee News Bulletin." "U.A.H. Super Sports Schedule" handbill. "UAH Charger Hockey" button. "University of Alabama in Huntsville Library Regulations." "View from the North of Scale Model UAH, January, 1968." 1981 UAH men's basketball team. 1987 Homecoming hockey game against Ohio University. 1987 Homecoming reception. 1988-89 UAH hockey schedule card. 1990 Homecoming court posing with interim president Joe Moquin. 1990 Homecoming King Matt Iley and Queen Julie Preston. 1990 UAH Homecoming Court. 1990 UAH men's soccer team in action. 1990 UAH men's soccer team sidelines. 1991 Homecoming King and Queen. 1992 Pi Kappa Alpha homecoming float. 2001 Homecoming basketball game against Lincoln Memorial University. 407 Echols - Echols Hill (Pope Residence), Brochure, 1990 A KISS tribute band performing at Spring Fest 2001. A new Coke machine arrives in the student lounge on the third floor of Morton Hall. A UAH campus police officer writes a ticket. Action shot from 1993 Charger Soccer School. Action shot from men's soccer game vs. Bellarmine University. Action shot from the 1991 Mayor's Cup at Joe Davis Stadium. Action shot from UAH men's soccer game. Aerial view of the UAH campus. Alpha Tau Omega fraternity bonfire. Alpha Tau Omega fraternity decorations. Antique car parked at the entrance to the Noojin House. Architecture notebook 9: UAH Chapel, or Union Chapel Church or UAH Art Gallery, moved in 1974 to Huntsville, Ala. Art professor Jack Dempsey gives instruction in painting. Art professor Michael Crouse at a printing press. Arthur Rudolph speaking at the dedication of the Willy Ley Collection at the UAH Library. Artwork on display at Union Grove Gallery. Attendees at the dedication of the Willy Ley Collection at the UAH Library. Attendees enjoying the 1987 Homecoming reception. Band playing at 1987 Homecoming reception. Ben Graves addresses the crowd at 1970 commencement. Ben Graves onstage at 1970 commencement. Ben Graves speaking at the dedication of the Willy Ley Collection at the UAH Library. Building concrete canoes at UAH. Campus scene at Spragins Hall. Campus scene at Wilson Hall. Campus scene outside of Morton Hall. Cheerleaders posing around the UAH statue. Chemistry Club president Terry Crutcher at the club's booth during National Chemistry Day. Children at the USA Space Bounce at the UAH alumni picnic held outside Madison Hall. Choir performing at 1970 commencement. Chris Maltezos makes a save during men's soccer game vs. Bellarmine University. Chris O'Halloran and camp participants in action at 1993 Charger Soccer School. Chris O'Halloran and Ivan Zujovic lead drills at 1993 Charger Soccer School. Chris O'Halloran at 1993 Charger Soccer School. Chris O'Halloran coaching at 1993 Charger Soccer School. Chris O'Halloran corner kick during men's soccer game vs. Bellarmine University. Chris O'Halloran inbounding during a men's soccer game vs. Bellarmine University. Christel McCanless giving library instruction to UAH students. Christmas party at UAH. Circular announcing MSFC's involvement with the documentation of the Saturn program at the UAH Research Institute. Co-op student Sonia Cutts gives a presentation at Co-op Week. Coach Carlos Petersen confers with the UAH men's soccer team. Color group photo of 1992-1993 men's soccer team. Construction of the Baptist Student Center on Sparkman Drive. Construction of the Business Administration Building. Construction of the Tom Bevill Conference Center and Hotel. Construction on a new library wing. Couple at the 1987 Homecoming reception. David Christensen speaking at the dedication of the Willy Ley Collection at the UAH Library. David McGlathery attends the first integrated class at UAH. Dedication of the Willy Ley Collection at the UAH Library. Delta Zeta sisters at the 2001 Homecoming bonfire. Designing the 1982 UAH commencement poster. Detail view of an antique car parked at the Noojin House. Dr. Frances Roberts delivers the keynote speech at Fall 1993 graduation. Dr. John Wright giving a press conference. Dr. John Wright speaks with UAH faculty members. Early photographs of the UAH Book Nook. Early UAH class held at West Huntsville High School. Engineering professor Dean Russel. Eric Sevareid and UAH officials onstage at 1970 commencement. Eric Sevareid speaking at 1970 commencement. Faculty and students participating in Spring Fest. Fall 1976 freshman orientation. Fans at the 1987 Homecoming hockey game against Ohio University. Fans celebrating in the stands at a UAH basketball game. Fans cheer in the stands at a UAH sporting event. Fans in the stands at a UAH athletic event. Fans posing with members of a KISS tribute band after their UAH show. Festivities at 1993 Fall-Der-All. Flooding at UAH Community Housing. Frances C. Roberts at her desk. Frances C. Roberts Commencement Address, 1993 Frances C. Roberts Correspondence, 1980s (5 of 5) Frances C. Roberts Correspondence, UAH Scholarship Lunch, 1998 Frances C. Roberts delivering a speech. Frances C. Roberts Letters from UAH, 1950 - 1953 Frances C. Roberts Notes Frances C. Roberts Speech Notes UAH Commencement Address, 1993 Frances C. Roberts UAH Photos Frances Cabaniss Roberts Endowed Scholarship Fund, 1982 - 2000 Frances Roberts and UAH president John Wright with the Roberts Hall dedication plaque. Frances Roberts teaching in Morton Hall. Frances Roberts UAH Employment Frances Roberts working with a student at registration, 1974. Frank and Judy Franz meeting a student at the President's Picnic. Frank and Judy Franz meeting students at the President's Picnic. Front right side view of the Noojin House. Gays and Friends: UAH's First LGBTQ Student Organization George Turnmey holds a meeting in his office at UAH Cooperative Education. German professor Rolf Goebel. Glen Browder speaking at the 1988 Omicron Delta Kappa Spring Symposium. Governor George C. Wallace announces Sperry Corporation's gift to UAH. Graduation reception for the class of 1970. Group of students at the 1987 Homecoming reception. Group photo of 1992-1993 men's soccer team. Group photo of 1993 Charger Soccer School participants and coaches. Group photos of the 1993-1994 men's soccer team. Halloween festivities at UAH. Headshot of men's soccer player Chris O'Halloran. Headshots of men's soccer player Chris O'Halloran. Headstone of Lewellen Jones. High School Visit Day at UAH. History professor Lee Williams. Hockey referee initiating the 1987 Homecoming game against Ohio University. Hot air balloons in front of Madison Hall. Individual shots of men's soccer player Chris O'Halloran. Industrial and systems engineering professor Phillip Farrington. Invitation to the dedication of the UAH Graduate Studies Building. Jan Davis speaking at a UAH event held in her honor. Jones family cemetery. Jones family crypt. Kappa Delta sisters at the 2001 Homecoming bonfire. Kappa Delta sorority members gather in front of Morton Hall. Kevin O'Connell and Berry Grizzard giving a self-defense demonstration. Lee Sanderson meets with the Exponent newspaper staff. Letter from Charley Scott, Director of Instruction, to Christel McCanless, Librarian, at the University of Alabama Huntsville Center. Letter from Christel L. McCanless at the UAH Library to the Army Missile Support Command at Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville, Alabama. Letter from George W. Croker at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, to Fred Croxton, director of the Redstone Scientific Information Center in Huntsville, Alabama. Letter from John R. Morton to Frances C. Roberts in Huntsville, Alabama. Letter from Philip M. Mason, Huntsville Center director, to all students. Library staff member Elizabeth Pollard outside the UAH Library. Live band performing on campus. Live musicians performing at UAH. M. Louis Salmon and College of Business dean David Billings at commencement. M. Louis Salmon Library dedication program. Mace bearer marching at UAH graduation. Margaret "Mac" Wright, John Wright, Louis Padulo, and Katherine Padulo at UAH. Martial artist Berry Grizzard posing with the Tennessee Trophy. Mascot Charger Blue waves from the UAH Christmas parade float. Matt Iley is crowned 1990 Homecoming King. Members of 1991 Homecoming court. Members of the 1981 Homecoming Court pose outside Morton Hall. Members of the 1993-1994 men's soccer team lining up for photos. Members of the class of 1970 at commencement. Members of the class of 1970 filing into their seats at commencement. Members of the class of 1970 in the crowd at commencement. Members of the class of 1970 processing through the crowd at commencement. Members of the class of 1970 receiving diplomas at commencement. Members of the class of 1970 waiting to receive diplomas at commencement. Members of the Slove-Slavic Club plant a tree at the Engineering Building. Members of the Society for Creative Anachronism demonstrating a medieval duel in full armor. Members of the UAH Pep Band pose with their instruments. Members of UAH Greek organizations at the 2001 Homecoming bonfire. Members of UAH Society of Automotive Engineers socialize outside the Materials Science Building. Memorandum from Dr. C. Adams, Chairman of the Ad Hoc Building Committee, to Christel McCanless, Librarian, Huntsville Campus Library. Memorandum from the English Department to Charley Scott, H. Clyde Reeves, Philip Mason, and Christel McCanless. Men's soccer player in action on the UAH soccer field. Mrs. C. Franklin Bendall at the dedication of Union Grove Gallery. Musicians perform at the 1981 UAH Cabaret Talent Show. Musicians pose on the staircase at the Noojin House. Navy Lieutenant Teresa Cissell, a UAH graduate, helps eleven-year-old Denis in the Navy Kids Program. Newspapers Concerning Rogers, Wilkinson, and Coca Cola, 1985 - 1990 Notes on Library and Other Local Institutions Olga Ley cutting the ribbon at the opening of the Willy Ley Collection at the UAH Library. Olga Ley positioning a bust of Willy Ley on a display case. Olga Ley speaking at the dedication of the Willy Ley Collection at the UAH Library. Optics professor Chandra Vikram. Optics professor Charles Gearing. Ostap Stromecky at his desk. Painted sign advertising the Willy Ley Collection at the UAH Library. Panelists onstage at the SALT II and American Security Conference held at the Von Braun Civic Center in Huntsville, Alabama. Photo of Frances C. Roberts. Photo proof sheets of 1992 UAH athletics teams. Photo proof sheets of 1993 men's soccer team. Photograph of Frances Roberts and a student at the University of Alabama Huntsville Extension Center. Photograph of library storage and workspaces. Photograph of library storage in Morton Hall. Photograph of library storage. Photograph of the library's instructional space. Photograph of the UAH library's instructional space and stacks. Photographs of Library secretary Sandy Lamb. Physics professor Douglas Ton. Piano Fund, 1997 Player batting during a UAH baseball game. Portrait of Dr. Harold J. Wilson on display at the dedication of Wilson Hall. Portrait photograph of Frances C. Roberts. Practicing Tai Chi on campus at UAH. Presentation of the 2001 Homecoming King and Queen. Press release noting the addition of 55,000 volumes to the University of Alabama library system. Proclamation from Gov. Jim Folsom announcing December 12, 1993 as Dr. Frances Roberts Day. Professor Kate Leonard in the laboratory. Program for the "Dedication of the Graduate Studies Building." Program from the dedication and opening of the Willy Ley Memorial Collection at the UAH Library. Proof sheet of 1991 Mayor's Cup men's soccer game, UAH vs. Alabama A&M. Proof sheets of 1991 UAH men's soccer team headshots. Rafting competition at 1993 Fall-Der-All. Record albums and other merchandise for sale at the UAH bookstore. Renovations at the UAH student union. Ribbon cutting ceremony at the Tom Bevill Conference Center. Rick Strout. Roberts Hall Dedication, 1961 - 1988 Sales displays at the UAH bookstore. Scene from a karate class. Scene from a tennis match at the Spragins Hall tennis courts. Scene from a UAH baseball game. Scene from a UAH hockey game. Scene from a UAH men's basketball game against the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Scene from a UAH men's soccer game. Scene from a UAH softball game. Scene from a UAH volleyball game against the University of North Alabama. Scene from a UAH volleyball game. Scene from a UAH women's basketball game against Martin Methodist College. Scene from a UAH women's soccer game. Science professor Hyei Peng. Sigma Nu brothers build a human pyramid at the 2001 Homecoming bonfire. Space Shuttle Atlantis float on campus at UAH. Spectators view an art show at Union Grove Gallery. Student at Fall Fest Extreme Air 1998. Student Government Association (SGA) and Exponent staff members attend a luncheon at UAH. Student in the stacks at the UAH Library. Student making a purchase at the UAH Book Nook. Student purchases books and supplies at the UAH bookstore. Student purchases record albums at the UAH bookstore. Student receiving her diploma at 1970 commencement. Student receiving his diploma at 1970 commencement. Student receiving his diploma onstage at 1970 commencement. Student riding a penny-farthing at UAH. Student running near the Engineering Building. Students at 1976 freshman orientation. Students at Southeast Campus Housing, then known as University Housing. Students at Union Grove Gallery. Students attend freshman orientation at Spragins Hall. Students climbing a rock wall at Spring Fest. Students cross Ben Graves Drive in front of Roberts Hall. Students eat lunch at UAH freshman orientation. Students enjoy festivities at UAH. Students examining duffel bags for sale at the UAH Book Nook. Students in costume at the Noojin House. Students in their dormitory in university housing. Students look over the balcony at Roberts Hall. Students on an inflatable slide at Spring Fest. Students on campus walk past Union Grove Gallery. Students on the stairs at Southeast Campus Housing. Students outside Union Grove Gallery. Students participate in the egg drop contest during National Engineering Week. Students playing paintball. Students posing around a university housing sign. Students practicing karate. Students receiving their diplomas at 1970 commencement. Students relax in a dorm room at Southeast Campus Housing. Students socialize at the "Alabama U" sculpture on campus near Roberts Hall. Students socialize at the UAH sign. Students socialize in a dormitory common area. Students socialize near the campus lake. Students socializing on the front steps of Morton Hall. Students study on the steps outside Roberts Hall. Students studying at the UAH Library. Students studying outside Union Grove Gallery. Students take notes in class at UAH. Students talk on the front steps of Morton Hall. Students wading in floodwater at UAH Community Housing. Students walk into Wilson Hall. Students walk to class near Morton Hall. Students wave from the UAH Rowing Christmas parade float. Students working in the campus greenhouse. Students writing in class. Summary of the "rapidly expanding activities of the University of Alabama in Huntsville." Swimmers at the campus pool. The lead singer of a KISS tribute band breathing fire onstage at Spring Fest 2001. The UAH class of 1970 at commencement. The UAH crew team. The UAH men's basketball team poses with a trophy. The UAH women's basketball team plays Troy State University. Three-dimensional campus map of UAH. Traffic on Ben Graves Drive on the UAH campus. Transcript of a speech given by Wernher von Braun to the Alabama Legislature. UAH Alumni Association t-shirt sale. UAH Alumni Board member John W. Harrison answers telephones during a phone-a-thon. UAH alumni president Steve Taylor. UAH American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) team pose with trophies. UAH Art Department installation at Big Spring Park in downtown Huntsville, Alabama. UAH attorney meets with resident assistants Russ Buckner and Mike Fairbanks. UAH bookstore manager Kari Cook. UAH cheerleaders at the Arby's/Jan Lusk Basketball Classic. UAH cheerleaders perform at the 2001 Homecoming bonfire. UAH cheerleaders pose at the Von Braun Center hockey arena. UAH cheerleaders. UAH Chi Omega sorority members. UAH College of Engineering team receiving a 1993 Fall-Der-All trophy. UAH crew team. UAH Director of Athletics Paul Brand. UAH Director of Continuing Education Michael Oliver. UAH faculty racing tricycles at 1993 Fall-Der-All. UAH fans at the 2001 Homecoming hockey game against Bemidji State University. UAH Founders' Day Luncheon program. UAH graduates file past Roberts Hall. UAH graduates toss their caps in celebration in downtown Huntsville, Alabama. UAH graduating class of 1981 files into Spragins Hall. UAH hockey fans. UAH hockey players on the ice. UAH Human Powered Vehicle OPUS booth at Engineering Week. UAH Kappa Delta sorority members. UAH Lancer Glen Yates. UAH Library staff at the help desk. UAH mascot Charger Blue at an event. UAH mascot Charger Blue posing with a UAH license plate. UAH mascot Charger Blue. UAH mascot interacting with fans at the 1987 Homecoming hockey game against Ohio University. UAH mascot interacting with fans at the 1992 Homecoming bonfire. UAH men's basketball head coach Joe Baker. UAH men's basketball player slam dunks during a game. UAH men's hockey team and mascot Charger Blue on the ice. UAH men's hockey team members watch a game from the sidelines. UAH men's soccer team in action vs. Alabama A&M University. UAH men's soccer team. UAH men's tennis team. UAH Police Corporal Jeff Hood confiscates beer from non-UAH Springfest goers. UAH president Benjamin Graves. UAH President Dr. John Wright. UAH President Frank Franz accepting a $10,000 check from TRW System Development Division. UAH President Frank Franz with students. UAH President Frank Franz. UAH softball team with championship banners. UAH sorority members flying a kite at the campus lake. UAH spirit display at 1992 Homecoming festivities. UAH staff dressed in Halloween costumes. UAH student athletes at a Christmas celebration at the Bevill Center. UAH student making an oak cart wheel using handmade tools from the Engineering Department. UAH student nurses prepare a Let's Pretend Hospital patient. UAH student nurses Valenica Curling and Julia Boehme treat a young patient at Let's Pretend Hospital. UAH students attend a "School Daze" event. UAH students enjoy 1980 Springfest. UAH students enjoy the 2001 Homecoming bonfire. UAH students gather on the front steps of Morton Hall. UAH students give a presentation in class. UAH students playing tug of war. UAH students protest the draft in Wilson Hall. UAH students watch a soccer match. UAH track athletes running. UAH volleyball team. UAH women's basketball assistant coach Michael Scorano. UAH women's basketball team. University bookstore employees move inventory. University of Alabama Faculty Newsletter, April 1966. University of Alabama Statement of Costs, Redstone Graduate Program, 1963-1964. View from the stage at 1970 commencement. View of a building on the UAH campus. View of a dorm room interior at Southeast Campus Housing. View of a study area in the UAH Library. View of a wing of the UAH Research Institute. View of Central Campus Residence Hall looking toward the library. View of Central Campus Residence Hall looking toward the UAH Library. View of Central Campus Residence Hall. View of entrance to Madison Hall. View of Madison Hall. View of Morton Hall at night. View of Morton Hall with a snowman in the foreground. View of Morton Hall. View of Roberts Hall in the snow, looking toward Spragins Hall. View of Roberts Hall in the snow. View of Roberts Hall showing Spragins Hall in the background. View of Roberts Hall with paper lanterns in the foreground. View of Roberts Hall. View of Spragins Hall looking toward Ben Graves Drive. View of Spragins Hall. View of students at the University Center at UAH. View of the "Alabama-U" sculpture on campus at UAH. View of the back of the Business Administration Building at UAH. View of the Business Administration Building from Holmes Avenue. View of the Business Administration Building from the front parking lot. View of the central staircase in the UAH Library. View of the class of 1970 at commencement. View of the College of Nursing Building. View of the commencement stage during Eric Sevareid's speech. View of the Continuous Education Center at UAH. View of the crowd and stage at 1970 commencement. View of the crowd and the class of 1970 at commencement. View of the crowd at 1970 commencement. View of the first floor of the UAH Library. View of the indoor swimming pool at Spragins Hall. View of the interior of the UAH Library. View of the Materials Science Building. View of the Noojin House entrance and front steps. View of the Noojin House from the front yard. View of the Noojin House. View of the Nursing Building looking toward Holmes Avenue. View of the Nursing Building looking towards Holmes Avenue. View of the Optics Building. View of the School of Primary Medical Care and University Health Center Administrative Offices. View of the stage and crowd at 1970 commencement. View of the UAH cafeteria. View of the UAH campus lake, showing Madison Hall in the distance. View of the UAH Library and Roberts Hall. View of the UAH Library entrance. View of the UAH Library in the snow. View of the UAH Library main entrance, looking southwest. View of the UAH Library. View of the UAH Pre-School Learning Center. View of the UAH Research Institute. View of the UAH sign on campus. View of the UAH sign with Morton Hall in the background. View of UAH Community Housing apartments on Lancewood Drive. View of UAH Community Housing apartments. View of Union Grove Gallery. View of University Housing. View of Wilson Hall View of Wilson Hall, formerly the Science and Engineering Building. View of Wilson Hall. Wernher von Braun and Ben Graves at the dedication of the Willy Ley Collection at the UAH Library. Wernher von Braun, Jean Perrault, Olga Ley, and Ben Graves at the dedication of the Willy Ley Collection. Will Stutts as Mark Twain in a UAH student theater production. Working with a Sperry Rand Univac in the UAH Computer Center at the Research Institute.
Select... The UAH Library purchased the Willy Ley Collection from Ley's widow, Olga, in 1970. The UAH Library purchased the Willy Ley Collection from Mrs. Ley in 1970. "UAH's beautiful Noojin House is the scene of TGIF's monthly alumni social. Located at 3300 Holmes Ave. in Huntsville, the home was donated in 1983 by F. Kenneth Noojin to UAH." 1990 Homecoming King Matt Iley is seen in the background. A bumper sticker that reads "Impeach Nixon With Honor" is affixed to the front of the desk. Addresses and locations of the structures pictured may no longer be accurate, as street names and house numbers change over time. The addresses given reflect the information provided by Harvie Jones at the time he documented these structures. At left, UAH men's soccer coach Carlos Petersen and men's soccer player Ivan Zujovic; at right, men's soccer player Chris O'Halloran. Photo taken in the Spragins Hall gym on the UAH campus. At the time, Rudolph was retired from NASA as the former manager of the Saturn V program at Marshall Space Flight Center. The UAH Library purchased the Willy Ley Collection from Ley's widow, Olga, in 1970. Baker was the head coach from 1990 to 1994. Brand served as Director of Athletics during the 1980s and 1990s. Browder was then the Alabama Secretary of State. Camp coaches in foreground left to right: UAH men's soccer players Ivan Zujovic and Chris O'Halloran; men's soccer coach Carlos Petersen as goalkeeper. Photo taken in the Spragins Hall gym on the UAH campus. Christensen then worked in the Division of Graduate Programs and Research at UAH. The UAH Library purchased the Willy Ley Collection from Ley's widow, Olga, in 1970. Christensen then worked in the Division of Graduate Programs and Research at UAH. The UAH Library purchased the Willy Ley Collection from Ley's widow, Olga, in 1970. Clipping from the Marshall Star, May 29, 1968, vol. 8, no. 36. Clipping from the UAH Exponent, Wednesday, December 10, 1969, vol. 2, no. 10, page 3. The article highlights the work of Barton C. Hacker and John S. Beltz to collect historical documents from the Saturn program. The documentation they collected is available at UAH Archives and Special Collections in the Saturn V Collection. Community Housing was located at the corner of Lancewood Drive and University Drive. The site is now the North Ridge Apartments complex. Crouse specialized in printmaking, drawing, and design. David Christensen is standing at the right. The UAH Library purchased the Willy Ley Collection from Mrs. Ley in 1970. Dempsey was the first art professor hired to teach at UAH. Folsom issued the proclamation on the same day that Roberts received an honorary doctorate from the University of Alabama in Huntsville. The text of the proclamation commends Roberts' service to the university and the community, noting that "Dr. Roberts combined her job of teaching, research and service with a much broader sense of responsibility which led her to do above and beyond what she was asked." Frank Franz is shown at far left and Joseph Moquin is at right. Frank Franz was president of UAH from 1991 to 2007. His wife, Judy, was a professor in the Department of Physics. Franz was president of UAH from 1991 to 2006. From left to right: Lelen Oliver, bibliographic searcher; Tim Cade, research circulation assistant; and Elizabeth Pollard, systems analyst. From left to right: Nurses Alicia Broadfoot, LyRae Swaim, Janet Bearden, and Bernice Coleman. Patient Cara Williams is in the center. From the 1991 men's soccer team headshots. From the 1992 men's soccer team headshots. From the 1993 men's soccer team photos. Front row, from left: Students Mike McGuire, Libby Kemp, John Vital, Jim Uber. Second row, from left: Students Jim Smith, Ed Palmer, Becky Breeding, Cheryl Bankston; Faculty: Michele Crull, State Rep. to student Ken Peters, Faculty Dennis Wingo and John Gilbert. Front row, left to right: Paul Tedesco, Ricky Crawford, Stephen Gruchot, Chris Maltezos, Hassan Hassan, Scott Humphrey. Second row, left to right: R. David Sorrell, Carl Stewart, Hisham Khalafalla, Brian Denis, Adam Fuller, Brian Mitchell, Chris O'Halloran. Third row, left to right: unidentified coach, Roye Locklear, William A. Koelle, Milo Boering, Felix Egbe, Ivan Zujovic, and coach Carlos Petersen. Developed at Quality Photo Services, Inc., 733 Arcadia Circle, Huntsville, Alabama 35801. A note on the negative envelope reads, "f.8 at 9 sec. Soccer Team '92-93." Gearing taught graduate level courses in optical testing and lens design at UAH. Goebel is a distinguished professor of German in the UAH World Languages and Cultures Department. He has been on the faculty since 1982. Goodrum Knowles Architects, AIA is listed as the architect, and Pearce Construction Company, Inc. is listed as the contractor on the sign in the foreground. Graves served as UAH president from 1970 to 1978. Graves was the president of UAH at the time. David Christensen is standing at the right, next to a sign painted to advertise the collection. The UAH Library purchased the Willy Ley Collection from Ley's widow, Olga, in 1970. High schoolers visiting campus wait for lunches to be given out at Spragins Hall. Houses Iley was crowned at a UAH hockey game against the University of Alaska at Fairbanks. In the letter, Croxton discusses an agreement made between the University of Alabama and Redstone Scientific Information Center (RSIC) to share library services and materials, including journal subscriptions, messenger service, and access to the RSIC facility. In the letter, McCanless requests the transfer of scientific and engineering journals from Redstone to support research and teaching at the University. A list of the journals is enclosed. In this memo, members of the English Department protest the removal of library materials from Morton Hall to the Graduate Studies Building (later Madison Hall). The writers report their concern that "the housing of English materials in the graduate studies building, we are convinced, will prohibit the students' availing themselves of library facilities." Interim President Joseph Moquin is shown fourth from left next to Homecoming Queen Julie Preston and King Matt Iley. Preston and Iley were crowned at a UAH hockey game against the University of Alaska at Fairbanks. Lancers are the university's official student public relations representatives. Left to right: students Steve May, costumed gorilla, and Andy Berryman. Leonard was an assistant professor in the Department of Environmental and Civil Engineering at UAH. Located at 3300 Holmes Ave. in Huntsville, the home was donated to UAH by F. Kenneth Noojin in 1983. UAH sold the home in 2001. Madison Hall was demolished in 2015. The Student Services Building is now located on the site. McCanless, then the head librarian, is shown at far right. McGlathery, shown second from left at the rear, was the first African American student to gain admission to UAH. In the caption, the AP notes that "he enrolled at the previously white institution today without incident." Members of the hockey, soccer, and basketball teams are shown. Milo Boering (4) shown. Moquin is shown at left. Homecoming King Matt Iley and Queen Julie Preston are shown at center. Morton Hall can be seen in the background. Named for UAH professor Harold Wilson, the building was previously known as the Science and Engineering Building. The library can be seen in the background. O'Connell is seen at left and Grizzard is at right. O'Halloran in foreground; Zujovic in background. Both were members of the UAH men's soccer team, 1991-1994. Photo taken in the Spragins Hall gym on the UAH campus. O'Halloran was a member of the UAH men's soccer team 1991-1994 and coached Charger Soccer School in 1993. Photo taken in the Spragins Hall gym on the UAH campus. O'Halloran was a member of the UAH men's soccer team 1991-1994. Men's soccer team coach Carlos Petersen is seen in the goal in the background. Photo taken in the Spragins Hall gym on the UAH campus. On the front row, left to right, are David Christensen, Arthur Rudolph, Wernher von Braun, and Olga Ley. The UAH Library purchased the Willy Ley Collection from Ley's widow, Olga, in 1970 Peng taught sciences at the Center for Space Plasma and Ergonomics Research at UAH. Photo from the Huntsville Times. The photo was taken for an article about the honorary doctor of humane letters that Roberts received from UAH on December 12, 1993. Photo taken during the Mayor's Cup, an annual competition between Alabama A&M and UAH athletics. Photograph of College of Nursing building in the spring from an aerial view. Pictured are members of Kappa Delta and Alpha Tau Omega. Pictured here with their wives, John C. Wright served as the second president of UAH from 1978 to 1988, while Louis Padulo succeeded him as UAH's third president and served from 1988 to 1990. Plans for installing a Univac at the Research Institute were detailed in SUN Magazine, a Sperry Rand publication, around 1962. The author of "The Alabama Research Institute: A Dreams Comes True for Huntsville and Dr. Hermann" notes that "Recently Dr. [Rudolf] Hermann completed arrangements with officials of the Univac Division of Sperry Rand Corporation for installation of a Univac 1107." Pollard was photographed for her retirement. Prepared by Librarian Christel L. McCanless and presented to the Arts and Sciences Committee on Huntsville Degree Program. The document includes a review of library materials and an outline of future plans, including comparisons to collections at other universities. Preston and Iley were crowned at a UAH hockey game against the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Richardson's comments include a biographical sketch of Salmon with details of his World War II service, law career, and civic involvement. Richardson also notes Salmon's involvement in the UAH Foundation. Ricky Crawford (8) shown at left. Roberts Hall can be seen in the background. Roberts Hall is on the left, while the library is on the right. Scott notes his appreciation for McCanless' adept handling of the "Review of the Development of the Huntsville Campus Library." Sculptor Kosso Eloul built the painted steel sculpture in 1977. Sculptor Kosso Eloul built the painted steel sculpture, located near Roberts Hall, in 1977. Sent from H. Clyde Reeves, Vice President for Huntsville Affairs, to all faculty and staff, this order outlines the "current administrative setup in Huntsville of the University of Alabama." The document provides clarification of certain administrative roles, including those of Finance Officer Earl Jacoby, Assistant to the Vice President and Director of Community Relations Philip M. Mason, and Director of Instruction Charley Scott. The order also outlines the structure of academic departments, roles of department chairs, and the organization of the Research Institute. It includes an organizational chart of the university, and pencilled notes have been added by then-head librarian Christel L. McCanless. Sevareid was a news journalist and war correspondent for CBS. Shown are Teri Morris, Timmy Clemmons, Kraig Behel, Fritz Gant, and Doug Howard. Shown at far left, Don Blaise, and at far right, Joe Fitzgerald. Shown at right is J. Clarke Rountree III. Shown on page 1: Soccer players Brian Denis, Chris O'Halloran, and Ivan Zujovic; ice hockey coach Doug Ross, unidentified coach or staff member, and Sharon Newman. Page 2: Paula Tullis; soccer players Roye Locklear, William A. Koelle, R. David Sorrell, Stephen Gruchot, Milo Boering, Jason Jones, Adam Fuller, and Brian Mitchell. Page 3: Soccer players Carl Stewart, Chris Maltezos, Felix Egbe, Hassan Hassan, Ricky Crawford, Hisham Khalafalla, Paul Tedesco, and Scott Humphrey. Spragins Hall is seen in the background. Stromecky was the founder of the UAH Soccer team and first coach. He led the UAH soccer team to 16 NAIA District Championships, and 6 NAIA National Tournaments. Stromecky was also a professor of Russian. Strout worked in career planning at UAH. The back of the photograph notes, "Sutherland, Billings, and Dickey give a live performance on campus." The Book Nook was the original name of the UAH Bookstore. After her resignation as Librarian in 1968, Christel McCanless acted as a consultant for the Book Nook in the 1970s. The building is now known as Von Braun Research Hall. The building was first known as the Administrative Science Building. The building was then known as the Science and Engineering Building. The bulletin mentions the company's "donation of surplus technical journals to the library at the University of Alabama Huntsville Campus." It notes that Thiokol has donated over 15,000 copies of unneeded journals, assisting the university in meeting accreditation requirements. The campus lake and the Research Institute can be seen in the background. The caption on the back reads, "ANNOUNCING SPERRY GIFT TO UAH-- Governor George C. Wallace (seated) seen above announcing the Sperry Corporation's gift to the University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) of $3.2 million in computer hardware and software. Joining the Governor for the Announcement on April 16 in Montgomery office were Vern Dykema, Vice President of the Sperry Corporation, and Dr. John C. Wright, President of UAH." The cemetery is located on the UAH campus behind Morton Hall. The class is studying the book The Negro in the Making of America by Benjamin Arthur Quarles. The club donated the tree to replace a diseased tree. Club vice president Ed Ditto shovels dirt while treasurer Bo Williams, sponsor Dr. Ostap Stromecky, and president Dianne Barcheers look on. The club's display board reads, "Plastics Are Changing the World We Live In." 1987 was the inaugural year of National Chemistry Day. The complex was then known as University Housing. The Conference Training Center can be seen in the background. The contest was held at the Engineering Building and was sponsored by the UAH Society of Women Engineers. The description reads, "Sandy Lamb, our second secretary." The document offers an overview of research, graduate instruction, undergraduate instruction, and continuing education, as well as a description of the university's facilities and the surrounding area. The author notes that "planning of a first phase of a permanent library and of a science and engineering laboratory/classroom building" is underway. The document outlines costs associated with laboratories and graduate coursework in math, physics, mechanical engineering, and electrical engineering. The documentation noted in the circular is available at UAH Archives and Special Collections in the Saturn V Collection. The downtown skyline, including Huntsville City Hall and the Madison County Courthouse, can be seen in the background. The flier discusses coordination of library services between the UAH Library, the Research Institute, and Redstone Scientific Information Center. The float is parked on the side of Ben Graves Drive. The float was made by Marshall Space Flight Center. Von Braun Research Hall can be seen in the background. The photo likely dates from the 1980s or early 1990s, when the NASA worm logo was still in use, as seen on the sides of the float. The flood was caused by a broken pipe. Community Housing was located at the corner of Lancewood Drive and University Drive. The flood was caused by a broken pipe. Community Housing was located at the corner of Lancewood Drive and University Drive. The Twin Oaks Apartments can be seen in the background. The four brick Southeast Campus Residence Halls can be seen in the background on the left. The Graduate Studies Building was later renamed Madison Hall, which was demolished in 2015. The installation was an outdoor maze constructed by the Art Department. The Von Braun Center can be seen in the background. The letter notifies Roberts of her appointment as an instructor in history at the University of Alabama Huntsville Center. Morton notes that Roberts was to receive an honorarium of $200 for teaching January 6-March 20, 1950. The library can be seen in the background. The memo contains calculations for necessary shelf space and access space in the proposed library building and takes account of collection growth. Includes floor plans and elevations. The model shows the future library and Engineering Science building. The model shows the future library and the Engineering Science building. The model shows the future library building and the Engineering Science building. The newsletter includes the outline of "a plan adopted by the University of Alabama to further develop instructional, research and service programs of the present Huntsville operations as integral parts of the University." The first point of the plan notes, "Effective September 1, 1966, the Huntsville operations of the University of Alabama shall be designated the University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH)." The plan is signed by Frank A. Rose, president of the University of Alabama. The Nursing Building can be seen in the background. The photo may have been taken at an event celebrating Davis' flight on either STS-47 in 1992 or STS-60 in 1994. The banner in the background reads, "Jan Davis / A Golden Homecoming." The photo was taken in the Admissions and Records Information Office. The photograph shows Spragins Hall, Roberts Hall, the Nursing Building, the Library, and Wilson Hall. The photograph shows the College of Engineering team paddling on the campus lake. The photograph was taken for a summer 1979 issue of the UAH student newspaper, the Exponent. The press conference was related to the Eminent Scholars program. Wright served as president of UAH from 1978 to 1988. The program includes a diagram of the arrangement of the collection, a brief biographical sketch of Ley, and a program for the "Ley Memorial Symposium on Science and Technology in the 1970's." Willy Ley died in 1969. The UAH Library purchased his book collection from his widow, Olga Ley, in 1970. The program includes a short history of the Research Institute and a program of events, featuring remarks from Rudolf Hermann, Wernher von Braun, and Alabama Governor John Patterson. The back page shows a map of Huntsville with directions from the Huntsville Armory to the Research Institute. The program includes details of the lunch program, including performances by the UAH Village Singers and the dedication of the Ambulatory Care Center. Program honorees included John R. Morton, Philip M. Mason, H. Clyde Reeves, former Vice President for Huntsville Affairs; and Ben Graves, UAH's first president. The release states, "Almost half of the increase results from a 21,000-volume build-up of the Huntsville stock." It also includes details about other system libraries. The Research Institute can be seen in the background. The Science and Engineering Building, now known as Wilson Hall, is shown in the background. The side of the float reads, "Santa's Coming in a Row Boat / U.A.H. on the Move!" The sign reads, "This circa 1840 Greek Revival church was donated to UAH by Mr. and Mrs. C. Franklin Bendall. It was moved from its original site near Hazel Green, Alabama to this location in January 1974. Restoration was done by students of the UAH Art Department." The Southeast Campus Residence Halls can be seen in the background. The UAH Library can be seen in the background. The UAH Library purchased the Willy Ley Collection from Mrs. Ley in 1970. The UAH student chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers has competed in the National Concrete Canoe Competition since 1988. This document outlines library hours, location of books and periodicals, and circulation procedures. This exhibit was made possible by a grant from the Alabama Humanities Alliance in collaboration with the UAH History Department and the UAH Humanities Center. This exhibit was originally created for LGTBQ+ History Month during October 2022. It was on view in the lobby of the M. Louis Salmon Library. This flier advertises a trip to Maine for UAH hockey fans to see "the Chargers capture the top-ranked Black Bears of the University of Maine." Tours of Maine scenery and sites, a "New England Style Dinner," lodging, and transportation are offered in the package. This handbill includes schedules for UAH soccer, men's basketball, women's basketball, and ice hockey for the 1983-1984 season. The schedule was sponsored by the UAH Baptist Campus Ministries. This headstone is located in the Jones family cemetery behind Morton Hall. The headstone notes that Jones was a captain in the 1st Regiment of the Light Dragoons in the Revolutionary War. There is some dispute as to whether Jones is actually buried there. This image was featured in Vol. 16, No. 1 of the UAH Exponent student newspaper. This leaflet includes a schedule for the 1989-1990 UAH hockey season, a diagram of Von Braun Center (VBC) seating, and a ticket order form. This program provides background information on contributions that allowed for the creation of the Graduate Studies Building and the program of events. It includes a "host" nametag. The building was later renamed Madison Hall and was demolished in 2015. This statement outlines UAH's plans for a dedicated library building and library services. Details include space requirements for shelving, general building recommendations, and specifications for future expansion. The document also includes a page of Form OE 1031, which includes information on undergraduate enrollment trends and library and instructional facilities. This virtual talk includes a lecture from Dr. Tom Reidy, editor of the 2020 edition of Frances Roberts' 1956 dissertation, with comments and moderation by UAH Head of Archives and Special Collections Reagan Grimsley and History Department Chair Stephen Waring. The talk was given as part of an Alabama Humanities Alliance grant, in partnership with the UAH M. Louis Salmon Library, the UAH Humanities Center, and the UAH History Department. Today this sign is on display in the Archives and Special Collections reading room on the ground floor of the library. The UAH Library purchased the Willy Ley Collection from Ley's widow, Olga, in 1970. Tom Bevill is shown at center. Also attending the ribbon cutting are Bill Chappel Jr., U.S. Rep. Ronnie Flippo, Dr. Walter G. Nunn, and Lt. Gen. E.R. Heiberg III. UAH awarded Roberts, who was at the time Professor Emerita in the History Department, an honorary doctorate in December 1993. UAH Chapel, also known as Union Chapel Church and UAH Art Gallery, built c. 1820-1840. Greek Revival style. Originally located 1/2 mile west of Brier Fork Creek on Grimwood Rd. in Hazel Green, Alabama. Moved to UAH campus in 1974. UAH held classes at West Huntsville High School in the 1950s before the university had its own campus. UAH organized the conference as part of the annual John Sparkman Symposium on United States Foreign Policy. According to the 1979 conference proceedings, the symposium was "founded to bring major issues in United States foreign policy to public discussion by providing a forum in which scholars and experts from government or the private sector might meet." The conference featured speakers including historians, military officers, political scientists, and politicians from Huntsville and across the United States. UAH player Chris O'Halloran (9) is also in the shot, at right. UAH players are shown in the darker jerseys. The Mayor's Cup was an annual competition between Alabama A&M and UAH athletics. UAH players in the shot are Adam Fuller (11) and Scott Humphrey (12). UAH coach Carlos Petersen sits on the sideline with players. Bleachers and sidelines are shown in the background. UAH players in the shot are Chris O'Halloran (9), Adam Fuller (11), and Hassan Hassan (10). UAH players in the shot are R. David Sorrell (2), Chris O'Halloran (9), Paul Tedesco (6), and Ricky Crawford (8). Bleachers and the Bellarmine sideline are shown in the background. The UAH Library is visible through the trees. UAH players visible in the shot are Chris O'Halloran (9), Ricky Crawford (8), Roye Locklear (7), and Scott Humphrey (12). Holmes Avenue is visible in the background. UAH President Frank Franz is shown at back left. UAH soccer players in the shot are Ivan Zujovic (14), Ricky Crawford, and Chris O'Halloran (9). UAH soccer players in the shot are Scott Humphrey (12), Ricky Crawford (8), Paul Tedesco (6), Chris O'Halloran (9), and Adam Fuller (11). Homes on Brickell Rd. in Huntsville are seen in the background. UAH, then known as the University of Alabama Huntsville Center, circulated this letter in preparation for class registration and the center's integration in June 1963. Mason addresses the impending arrival of the first Black student, Dave Mack McGlathery, though he is not named in the letter. Mason emphasizes "that the academic program will proceed smoothly" and that "all persons and property will be protected," namely through a new student identification card system. Dave Mack McGlathery integrated the Huntsville Center on June 13, 1963, as he walked into Morton Hall to register for classes. His arrival proceeded uneventfully, though National Guardsmen were present to maintain order. Along with Vivian Malone, McGlathery was a plaintiff in the lawsuit to desegregate the University of Alabama. University Housing is now Southeast Campus Housing. Vikram taught applied optics at UAH and was involved with the International Society for Optical Engineering. Von Braun, then the director of Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, delivered this speech to the legislature in 1961. In the speech, he emphasizes that Alabama must take advantage of its position in the aerospace industry and create a robust "academic and research environment" in Huntsville to attract businesses that "will give birth to major new industries throughout the state." He exhorts the legislature to fund the newly established University of Alabama Research Institute (now part of the University of Alabama in Huntsville), arguing that "the Institute will not only be self-sustaining, but will enrich the State both financially and culturally." The legislature later approved von Braun's request of $3 million for the Research Institute, enabling the purchase of 200 acres of land for the campus and the construction of the Institute in 1964. The speech includes copies of slides von Braun used during his presentation, including diagrams of Saturn and Nova rockets as well as a mockup of a Saturn rocket on the lawn of the state capitol in Montgomery. Wernher von Braun and UAH President Ben Graves can be seen in the background. The UAH Library purchased the Willy Ley Collection from Mrs. Ley in 1970. Wilson joined UAH in 1972 as faculty in the Deparment of Biological Sciences and served as the Dean of the College of Science from 1984 until his death in 1991. The photograph shows members of his family viewing the portrait. Wright served as president of UAH from 1978 to 1988.