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  • Description: wood
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    • Stevens Hall 1936 Strike

    • 1936
    • A scene from the 1936 student's strike protesting restrictions. Students carrying banners blockade Spokane Street the west facade of Stevens Hall. Completed in 1896, Stevens Hall, WSU Building 34, was named after the first governor...
    • West House 1947

    • 1947
    • A two-story, temporary building of frame construction. Exterior 2 x 4 stud walls are covered with plywood on exterior with gypsum-board interior surfaces. Foundations are wood piers. Warm air from steam-heated coils is forced to the rooms. There...
    • Stevens Hall 1922

    • 1922
    • A group portrait of the residents, posed on the grass in front of the West fa├žade of Stevens Hall. Included in the group is Lenna Baird; see Cage 99 for her papers. Completed in 1896, Stevens Hall, WSU Building 34, was named after the first...
    • Stevens Hall Interior ca. 1910

    • ca. 1910
    • An interior view of a living or sitting room decorated with pattered wall-paper, rugs, and wooden furniture. Completed in 1896, Stevens Hall, WSU Building 34, was designed by Stephen and Josenhans in a colonial style and faced with basaltic rock,...
    • 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...
    • 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...
    • Stevens Hall Interior ca. 1910

    • ca. 1910
    • An interior scene of a female student playing the piano in a dorm living room. A young man wearing a dark sweater embossed with the letter "W", stands to the right with his arm draped over the piano. Heavy curtains, a wooden chair, a lamp, and a...
    • Stevens Hall Interior ca. 1915

    • ca. 1915
    • An interior view of a women's dormitory room in Ferry Hall, WSU Building #8. Two small iron beds are placed in the corner of the room. A small desk and wooden chair are present in the right foreground. Lamps, pictures, a wooden dresser, and a...
    • Stevens Hall 1928

    • 1928
    • A group portrait of female students on the lawn in front of the west facade of Stevens Hall, WSU building 34. The students are posed in two rows, with those in front seated on the grass. Completed in 1896, Stevens Hall, WSU Building 34, was...
    • East House 1946

    • 1946
    • A two-story, temporary building of frame construction. Exterior 2 x 4 stud walls are covered with plywood on exterior with gypsum-board interior surfaces. Foundations are wood piers. Warm air from steam-heated coils is forced to the rooms. There...
    • Stevens Hall ca. 1898

    • ca. 1898
    • 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 colonial style and faced with basaltic rock, brick made...
    • North House 1947

    • 1947
    • A two-story, temporary building of frame construction. Exterior 2 x 4 stud walls are covered with plywood on exterior with gypsum-board interior surfaces. Foundations are wood piers. Warm air from steam-heated coils is forced to the rooms. There...

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