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    • Campus view, ca. 1909

    • ca. 1909
    • 1 photograph; 8 x 24 cm. View of Washington State College, later Washington State University. Notable is Bryan Hall (center left, with the tower) under construction. There is as of yet no clock in the clock tower, and you can see construction...
    • Hospital Construction 1928

    • 1928-05-25
    • A south-east view during the construction of the Finch Memorial Hospital, WSU Building #15. The outer wooden frame and steel beams of the structure are visible along with a group of three workers standing on the ground floor. Construction materials...
    • Hospital Construction 1928

    • 1928-08-25
    • A south-east view of the Finch Memorial Hospital, WSU Building #15. The structure is nearly finished, though the windows are not yet in place. A path along the front of the building is complete. Construction debris, two workers, a cement mixer, and...
    • Ferry Hall ca. 1910

    • ca. 1910
    • Six men wearing dark suits and hats sit in an open carriage pulled by two horses in front of "New" Ferry Hall, WSU Building #8. A dog sits behind the back row seat facing the camera. Built in 1892, Ferry Hall was the first large building to be...
    • Ferry Hall ca. 1900

    • ca. 1900
    • A view of entrance to Ferry Hall, WSU Building #8. The upturned soil in the foreground indicates the recent completion of the structure. Built in 1892, Ferry Hall was the first large building to be constructed on campus. Designed to be a dorm, it...
    • Ferry Hall ca. 1910

    • ca. 1910
    • A view of the front facade of Ferry Hall, WSU Building #8. A large tree is visible to the left of the hall, as are dirt roads, trashcans, and a fire hydrant in the foreground. Built in 1892, Ferry Hall was the first large building to be constructed...
    • Holland Library ca. 1955

    • ca. 1955
    • Looking East at Holland Library's most distinctive detail: a 30-foot high statue on the West side, near the original main entrance. This statue was designed by Seattle artist Dudley Pratt, and officially named "The Reader." It was carved in...
    • Holland Library ca. 1955

    • ca. 1955
    • Looking East at Holland Library's most distinctive detail: a 30-foot high statue on the West side, near the original main entrance. This statue was designed by Seattle artist Dudley Pratt, and officially named "The Reader." It was carved in...

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