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    • 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 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...
    • 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...
    • Columbia Houses 1947

    • 1947
    • Two-story, temporary buildings of frame construction. Both exterior and interior surfaces are of gypsum board. All three units heated from one central boiler. Each unit includes a community kitchen for light lunches and small lounge. There are 31...
    • 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...
    • College Farm ca 1893.

    • ca. 1893
    • One of the earliest photographs of campus (ca. 1893), this image was taken from the present site of the CUB (Compton Union Building) looking east. A farmer works the fields located on the present site of Martin Stadium. College Farm House is...
    • 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...
    • 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...

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