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    • Thompson Hall Construction 1890

    • 1890
    • A photograph looking east during the construction of Thompson Hall, WSU Building #1. The roof is incomplete, as are the windows. Dirt and construction debris are visible. Thompson Hall is the oldest extant building on campus, designed by noted...
    • Thompson Hall Construction 1894

    • 1894
    • A photograph looking west during the construction of Thompson Hall, WSU Building #1. The roof is incomplete, as are the windows. A wooden bridge leads to the upper floor. Dirt and construction debris are visible. Thompson Hall is the oldest extant...
    • 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...
    • Fieldhouse Construction 1929

    • 1929
    • A view of the south-west facade of the Fieldhouse, WSU building #9, during construction. The foundation and steel framework are in place. Two lifting towers are present near the front and rear of the gym. Construction workings are visible working...
    • Fieldhouse Construction 1929

    • 1929
    • A view looking north during the construction of the Field House, WSU building #9. The steel framework for the ceiling is partially complete. In the foreground, steel beams lie in piles beside a crane. The Fieldhouse was built in 1929 at a cost of...
    • Thompson Hall 1960

    • 1960
    • A view looking west at the east facade of Thompson Hall, WSU building #1. Two cars and a covered truck are parked on the street. Thompson Hall, the original administration building, is the oldest extant building on campus, designed by noted Seattle...
    • 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...
    • Thompson Hall ca. 1896

    • ca. 1896
    • A photograph looking at the west facade of the recently completed Thompson Hall, WSU Building #1. Grass and small saplings have recently been planted. A flag flies atop the observation deck on the left tower. A corner of Stevens Hall is present at...
    • Thompson Hall ca. 1898

    • ca. 1898
    • A photograph looking at the south-west corner of Thompson Hall, WSU Building #1. A flag flies atop the observation deck on the left tower. A corner of Stevens Hall is present at the left of the image. Thompson Hall is the oldest extant building on...
    • Thompson Hall ca. 1930

    • ca. 1930
    • A photograph looking at the west facade of Thompson Hall, WSU Building #1. Thompson Hall, originally the Administration Building, is the oldest extant building on campus, designed by noted Seattle architect, James Stephen and his Chicago trained...
    • Thompson Hall ca. 1905

    • ca. 1905
    • A photograph looking at the traditional May fete on the lawn in front of the west facade of Thompson Hall, WSU Building #1. Female students dressed in white, dance around poles. Early automobiles and horse carriages are present in the foreground;...
    • Thompson Hall 1936

    • 1936
    • A photograph looking up College hill at the west facade of Thompson Hall, WSU Building #1. A corner of White Hall is present at the left of the image; the unfinished clock tower of Bryan Hall is just visible. Defoliated trees line the walk to...
    • 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...
    • Ferry Hall ca. 1893

    • ca. 1893
    • A view of the West facade of the original Ferry Hall, WSU Building #8. The campus is devoid of any landscaping; a fire hydrant (to the left), power lines and the roof of a shack are visible to the right. The shack, torn down ca. 1910, was used...

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