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    • 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...
    • 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...
    • 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...
    • 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...
    • Science Hall (Old) 1905

    • 1905
    • A view looking at the west facade of Old Science Hall. A solitary figure walks across the dirt landscape in the foreground of the image. Old Science Hall, WSU building #33, was designed by G. W. Bullard (also the architect of Ferry Hall) and built...
    • 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...
    • Science Hall (Old) ca. 1915

    • ca.1915
    • A view of the west facade of Old Science Hall; gravel paths and a lawn are present in the foreground. Old Science Hall, WSU building #33, was designed by G. W. Bullard (also the architect of Ferry Hall) and built in 1899 at a cost of $60,000....
    • Science Hall (Old) ca. 1915

    • ca. 1915
    • A view of the west facade of Old Science Hall; students walk across the gravel paths in front of the building. Old Science Hall, WSU building #33, was designed by G. W. Bullard (also the architect of Ferry Hall) and built in 1899 at a cost of...
    • 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...
    • 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...
    • 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...
    • Holland Library ca. 1955

    • ca. 1955
    • Looking East at Holland Library's most distinctive detail: a 30-foot high statue on the West side, near the original main entrance. This statue was designed by Seattle artist Dudley Pratt, and officially named "The Reader." It was carved in...
    • Holland Library ca. 1955

    • ca. 1955
    • Looking East at Holland Library's most distinctive detail: a 30-foot high statue on the West side, near the original main entrance. This statue was designed by Seattle artist Dudley Pratt, and officially named "The Reader." It was carved in...
    • South Fairway 1947

    • 1947
    • One and two-story frame buildings. Exterior walls are shingle with gypsum-board interior surfaces. Each unit furnished with oil space heater and oil range. There are 240 units, of which four have three bedrooms, 24 have one bedroom, and 212 have...

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