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    • Morrill Hall

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    • Architects: [Timotheus] Josenhans and [Norris B.] Allen. Although construction on this building began in 1901 it was not completed and furnished until 1903. Dedicated June 16, 1903; it was originally the Chemistry Building. Named for Senator Justin...
    • Hydraulics Building

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    • Math Learning Annex. Built at cost of $12,000. Originally known as the Hydraulics Building or Hydraulics Laboratory; not to be confused with subsequent Albrook Hydraulics Laboratory. Later Chemical Engineering (ca. 1980), later the Multicultural...
    • Old Barn

    • undated
    • Originally built in 1925, WSU's 'old barn' or 'Cattle Barn' was rebuilt in 1989 as the Lewis Alumni Centre. A similar, but not quite identical, barn had been built on that spot in 1922, but burned in September of 1924.
    • Practice Cottage

    • 1923-05
    • This may also have been known as the McKay House. Originally located where Community Hall stands, it was moved across the street to its final location in 1920, and was eventually renamed as the Home Management House until it became a weaving...
    • Flood, Pullman, 1948

    • 1948
    • Text at bottom reads "Where dike originally broke." Text with arrow at top reads "The water is usually a small stream under this bridge." Reverse reads "Sandbagged for 48 hrs +. Bags from split peas processing plant."
    • Greenhouse

    • 1905
    • Originally built at 100x16 ft in 1893, with a small 16x30 potting shed at one end. The old forcing house was made part of the structure. Several greenhouses would be attached in the coming decade; an Insectary was added in 1916. Located...
    • Rose Bowl Float, 1916

    • 1916-01-01
    • Photograph of a 1916 Rose Bowl Float decorated with floral decorations and plaques. A man dressed in Native American attire is standing off to the side. Between 1902 and 1922, the Rose Bowl game was originally known as the ""Tournament East-West...
    • Hydraulics Laboratory

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    • Math Learning Annex. Built at cost of $12,000. Originally known as the Hydraulics Building or Hydraulics Laboratory; not to be confused with subsequent Albrook Hydraulics Laboratory. Later Chemical Engineering (ca. 1980), later the Multicultural...
    • Card stunt, 1963

    • 1963-11-02
    • Student card stunt at a Washington State University football game against the University of Idaho. The first part of this stunt has the crowd spelling ""BABES"" and the second part spells ""FIELDHOUSE."" At halftime of this game, the Fieldhouse...
    • Card stunt, 1963

    • 1963-11-02
    • Student card stunt at a Washington State University football game against the University of Idaho. The first part of this stunt has the crowd spelling ""BABES"" and the second part spells ""FIELDHOUSE."" At halftime of this game, the Fieldhouse...
    • Womens Residence Hall, 1931

    • 1931
    • Architect: Stanley Smith. Duncan Dunn was first built as ""New Dorm"" in 1926, at cost of $150,000, also known simply as Women's Residence Hall. Originally constructed as a girls' dormitory, housed 140. In 1933, the structure was named for the...
    • College Station, 1930

    • 1930-04-27
    • The College Station was built in 1926; it was on Thatuna Street and was eventually torn down (along with the white building to the right of it, which was the music conservatory informally known as Agony Hall) in 1964 to make room for the...
    • McCoy Hall

    • 1956
    • Architect: Henry Bertleson (Guller & Associates). Named for John E. McCoy. Two story brick masonry structure, originally called Veterinary Clinic, the building remains such but now has many additions to one end and the rear. Despite the many...
    • Pioneer Hall (West House)

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    • War Surplus dormitory that sat on the Stadium Way site later occupied by Fine Arts and the adjoining parking lot. Completed in October, 1946 at a cost of $30,000. Cost included site preparation and utility contruction only: the Federal Public...

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