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    • C.C. Todd Hall 1948

    • 1948
    • A reinforced concrete building with a brick veneer face. One wing has overall dimensions of 85'8" x 134’, and the other wing 65'4" x 252'2". Floor area will total 134,011 square feet. Both wings have stories and basement. Included in the building...
    • 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...
    • 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...
    • 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...
    • Education Building 1948

    • 1948
    • A one-story, temporary building of frame construction. It has a partial basement and is heated by steam heat from the Central Heating Plant. There are 27 offices, 10 classrooms, 5 laboratories, and 2 projection rooms in the building. Overall...
    • Forestry Building 1948

    • 1948
    • A one-story, temporary building of frame construction. Heated by steam. Overall dimensions are 25 x 150 feet and floor area totals 3,750 square feet. Completion Date: January 1948. Cost: $2,041. Source of funds: State of Washington. Remarks: Cost...
    • 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...
    • Poultry Disease Building 1948

    • 1948
    • A one-story, temporary building of wood-frame construction. Two-thirds of the floor is concrete. It contains living quarters for two students, a laboratory, poultry pens, and an incubator room. Heated by steam from Central Heating Plant. Overall...
    • South 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...
    • Spillman Hall 1947

    • 1947
    • A one-story, temporary building of wood-frame construction. It has a concrete basement and utilizes steam heat from the Central Heating Plant. It has 29 offices, 3 classrooms, and 6 laboratories. The overall dimensions are 216 x 76 feet and the...

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