Old Dominion Photographic Collection

Timeline created by sspan007
  • Old Dominion's First Classes at Larchmont Elementary School

    Old Dominion's First Classes at Larchmont Elementary School
    As William and Mary was beginning to expand its college southward, while the campus of the Norfolk Division was being established, classes were first held on Hampton Boulevard and Bolling Avenue at Larchmont Elementary School.
  • The Birth of Old Dominion

    The Birth of Old Dominion
    Old Dominion - a Norfolk division of William and Mary, a prestigious college located in northern Virginia, was established and built around public research and creating the foundation for students to learn and advance their careers in many subjects such as political science, engineering and science.
  • Pre-Foreman Field

    Pre-Foreman Field
    Foreman Field pre-game and pre-concert.
  • "Old" Sports

    "Old" Sports
    Women's archery was a sport that was introduced just as the university's athletics were taking shape. Archery is a sport that is no longer offered at the school.
  • Foreman Field Parking

    Foreman Field Parking
    A view of the parking lot post-development of the field. The lot is still standing today despite few transitions.
  • Mace and Crown: Volume II, No. 14

    Mace and Crown: Volume II, No. 14
    A front page view of the issues occurring at Old Dominion from the school's newspaper, the Mace & Crown. In this issue, Basketball Coach Methany discusses his allegiance in the college division of basketball.
  • Old Dominion Alumni Follow Their Dreams

    Old Dominion Alumni Follow Their Dreams
    An interview photo of Mayor Roy B. Martin who attended Old Domionion University upon its beginning. He was the Mayor of the City of Norfolk at the time of this photograph.
  • A More Advanced Foreman Field

    A More Advanced Foreman Field
    A view of Foreman Field when Old Dominion University first initiated the thought of expansion and keeping the field personal and not sharing it with other universities such as William and Mary or Norfolk State.
  • Old Dominion University Mascot/Fountain Installation

    Old Dominion University Mascot/Fountain Installation
    The installation of the fountain that holds up a hollow, cast-iron statue of ODU's most dignified creature, the Monarch.
  • Admissions Building

    Admissions Building
    A first-hand perspective of one of the university's longest-standing buildings, the Office of Admissions building (Rollins Hall). This building was built upon first opening of the Norfolk campus.
  • Foreman Field Advanced (again)

    Foreman Field Advanced (again)
    A more enhanced field for football and other athletics at Old Dominion University was built once the decision of football being played was made.
  • Old Dominion University's Perry Library

    Old Dominion University's Perry Library
    A view of the Perry Library which is now being expanded and expected to be completed in the Fall of 2011. This library is the most technical of all libraries built in Norfolk and now allows students to expand their horizons with the new Apple iPads.