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    • President's House

    • ca. 1915
    • Looking at the southern side of the President's House, WSU Building #31. In the foreground is a grass-covered hill leading up to the back of the house; defoliated trees flank the image.
    • Ferry Hall 1897

    • 1897
    • A view looking East after the fire that destroyed the original Ferry Hall, WSU Building #8. In 1897 a fire starting in the kitchen -- located on the ground floor to the right-- burned out of control. A group of men dressed in black suites and...
    • Ferry Hall 1897

    • 1897
    • A view looking West after the fire that destroyed original Ferry Hall, WSU Building #8. A crowd -- many in cadet uniforms -- stands in the foreground in front of the fire ravaged structure. The city of Pullman is in the background; only a few homes...
    • 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...
    • 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 east at the west facade of 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 Josenhans in a...
    • 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...
    • Stevens Hall ca 1910

    • ca. 1910
    • Looking east on a cloudy day at the west facade of Stevens Hall. A fire hydrant and an old wooden light pole are present. Completed in 1896, Stevens Hall, WSU Building 34, was named after the first governor of Washington Territory. A view of the...
    • Stimson Hall 1924

    • 1924
    • An image of the corner of Stimson Hall looking south at a shabby residence. Trash and used lumber lie strewed about in the yard of the homestead. In the right background the hill of Pullman are free of any visible development. Designed by...
    • Stimson Hall ca. 1930

    • ca. 1930
    • Looking across a lawn (with sprinklers spewing water) at the north facade of Stimson Hall. Designed by Rudolph Weaver in 1923, Stimson Hall is the oldest extant men's dormitory on campus. Named for Regent Fred S. Stimson, the dormitory is a...
    • Holland Library Construction 1948

    • 1948
    • An aerial view looking east during the initial of construction of Holland Library, WSU building #62. Several workers are visible standing on the concrete foundation of the library. Wooden frames lie in piles in the foreground. The Crib is present...

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