Visit the UNH Archives, and you might be surprised at the range of artifacts that represent how life has changed at the University over the decades. Until 1971, for instance, all freshmen were required to wear a beanie. In 1959, women visiting men’s dorms were required to have a chaperone—and still had to leave by 8 p.m. on Sunday through Thursday. And as a fundraiser, the Dimond Library once sold sections of its musty old (and ugly!) carpet. These slides, taken by UNH Photographer Lisa Nugent, show a sampling of images from a recent tour to the Archive’s storage vaults. Many artifacts can also be viewed by the public at the UNH Archives at the Dimond Library, open Monday through Friday, 10-noon and 1-4 p.m. through August.