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    • Carpenter Hall Dedication 1946

    • 1946
    • A group portrait of Mrs. H.V. Carpenter and her son Charles (wearing a mortarboard and graduation robes) at the dedication of Carpenter Hall, WSU Building #20, in 1946. Between the two is a portrait of the late H. V. Carpenter above a dedicatory...
    • 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 nighttime view of the fire that destroyed 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 wooden pole is clearly visible to the left. Built in...
    • 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...
    • 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...
    • Ferry Hall ca. 1895

    • ca. 1895
    • A view of West facade of Ferry Hall, WSU Building #8. Old College Hall is visible to the left, as are recently planted trees. Built in 1892, Ferry Hall was the first large building to be constructed on campus. Designed by H. Preusse to be a...
    • Military Hill 1947

    • 1947
    • Group of 64 well constructed individual houses built to meet F.H.A. standards. They are of frame construction with concrete foundations. There are nine basic designs have three bedrooms; 62 have two bedrooms. Houses are heated by automatic forced...

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