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    • The Bookie 1926

    • 1926
    • A photograph of a group of students, four women and two men, walking on the sidewalk in front of the old Post Office. The Students Book Corporation (Bookie) is visible the background. The Students Book Corporation (Bookie) was erected in 1923 at...
    • Stimson Hall Interior ca. 1928

    • ca. 1928
    • An interior view of the living room of Stimson Hall, WSU building #35. Wooden Doric columns and exposed beams are visible, as is a grand piano, stuffed chairs, chandeliers, and a tile fireplace. In the center of the room is a wooden table with four...
    • Stimson Hall ca. 1935

    • ca. 1935
    • A group of male students playing football on the grass in front of the south 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...
    • 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...
    • Stimson Hall Interior ca. 1925

    • ca. 1925
    • An interior scene of a living room and bedroom in Stimson Hall. The living room includes an upholstered couch and chair, a table and lamps; curtains hang over the bay window. In the center of the room, a hallway leads to the bedroom where a pair of...
    • Stadium Commons 1947

    • 1947
    • A one-story, temporary building of wood-frame construction. It has plywood exterior and gypsum-board interior surfaces. Building contains kitchen and preparation rooms, post office, and large dining room. Approximately 5,100 meals served daily to...

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