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    • Morrill Hall 1903

    • 1903
    • A view of the front entrance to the recently-completed Morrill Hall, WSU building #24. The structure is devoid of surrounding landscaping; a dirt path leads to the entrance. Morrill Hall was named for Senator Justin S. Morrill, whose bill of 1862...
    • Morrill Hall 1903

    • 1903
    • A view of the front entrance to the recently-completed Morrill Hall, WSU building #24. Landscaping is now present with trees and hedges placed around the building; a pair of street lamps frame the entrance. Morrill Hall was named for Senator Justin...
    • Fieldhouse Construction 1929

    • 1929
    • A view of the south-west facade of the Field House, WSU building #9. The structure is nearly complete, though the bridge leading to the front entrance is unfinished. The Fieldhouse was built in 1929 at a cost of $200,000 paid for by the...
    • Mechanical Engineering 1895

    • 1895
    • A view of the west facade of Mechanical Engineering, WSU Building 22. A figure is visible exiting the arched entrance. Prof. A. R. Saunders designed the building and oversaw construction (his only compensation for the latter task was permission to...
    • 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...
    • Thompson Hall ca. 1896

    • ca. 1896
    • A photograph looking at the west facade of the recently completed Thompson Hall, WSU Building #1. A dirt path leads to the front entrance; no landscaping is present. A corner of Stevens Hall is present at the left of the image. Thompson Hall is the...
    • Troy Hall Construction 1924

    • 1924
    • Looking south at the construction of Troy Hall. The structure's frame is partially complete. Brick walls and wooden flooring are visible as are planted fields and the sparsely developed city of Pullman. Designed by K. Zittle Troy Hall, WSU building...
    • Stevens Hall ca. 1915

    • ca. 1915
    • Looking south over a grass lawn at the north entrance to Stevens Hall. Completed in 1896, Stevens Hall, WSU Building 34, was named after the first governor of Washington Territory. A view of the West facade of the dormitory designed by Stephen and...
    • Troy Hall 1912

    • 1912
    • Two men wearing hats sit along side a cart pulled by two pigs transporting large milk cans in front of Troy Hall's Creamery and Dairy Department. Signs on the building read "A. Olston Groceries" and "W.S.C. Cream Station." Designed by K....
    • 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...

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