A 17-page booklet titled "The Term in Review Spring Semester 1944," produced by the Navy V-12 Program at Dickinson State Teachers College in Dickinson, North Dakota. This booklet is similar to a yearbook and contains pictures and information about the faculty and students involved in the Navy V-12 Program during that semester. The college had no regular annual that year.
The Navy V-12 program was a college training program designed to enhance the force of commissioned officers in the United States Navy during World War II. The most well-known member of the Navy V-12 program at Dickinson State Teachers College was Pierre Salinger, who later became President John F. Kennedy's press secretary.