Frank Klock Papers

Bailey Apartments South Dakota Agricultural Heritage Museum Hansen Hall Agricultural Engineering South Dakota Art Museum - east side Winona Hall Wecota Hall Jerome J. Lohr Building (SDSU Foundation) SDSU Foundation Phone Center Wintrode Student Success Center Lincoln Music Hall south side Crothers Engineering Daktronics Engineering Building Harding Hall Old Horticulture Building Administration Building - construction of elevator on east side of building Avera Health and Science Center Tompkins Alumni Center and clock West Hall Solberg Hall Administration Building Communications Center Administration Building - construction of elevator on east side of building DePuy Military Hall Campus Post Office Building Scobey Hall Waneta Hall Fishback Center for Early Childhood Education Ethel Austin Martin Building Dykhouse Student-Athlete Center Coughlin-Alumni Stadium Scoreboard Coughlin-Alumni Stadium Bleachers Hilton M. Briggs Library Pugsley Center Plaque Pugsley Center Veterinary Science Building Foundation Seed Conditioning Plant Dykhouse Student-Athlete Center Construction Northern Plains Biostress Laboratory Ethel Austin Martin Building Dairy Science Building Physiology Laboratories Plant Science Laboratories Wellness Center Health, Physical Education, and Recreation Building [HPER] Caldwell Hall Caldwell Hall Pierson Hall Mathews Hall Larson Commons Brown Hall Performing Arts Center Innovation Campus Seed Technology Building Construction Horse Unit Barn Seed House Berg Hall

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Frank Klock Papers


  • August 2009 (Creation)


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Professor Frank Klock was born in 1950 in Sioux Falls, South Dakota to Raymond and Zeta (Babe) Klock. Klock graduated from South Dakota State University in 1973 with a degree in photojournalism. Following graduation he worked as a sports editor, writer, and photojournalist for the Sioux Falls Argus Leader. In the Fall of 1900, he became a professor of photography at SDSU. He taught Basic Photography, Photojournalism and Advanced Photography. He also advised the Journalism Club and was a photo judge for the South Dakota Newspaper Association and for other organizations.

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The Frank Klock Papers are composed of 10 CDs of digital photographs of South Dakota State University buildings.

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