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    • The E.A. Bryan, 1944

    • March, 1944
    • Text reads "The E.A. Bryan is dedicated to former Washington State 4-H Club members serving in World War II. Washington State 4-H Club members sold bonds in excess of $2,000,000 from January 3, 1944 to March 1, 1944 to finance the cost of this...
    • Kruegel-McAllister Halls

    • 1957
    • Named for Dean Charles E. McAllister (former President of the Board of Regents) and William C. Kruegel (Bursar of the College, instrumental in financing the Pullman Community Building Company, a nonprofit corporation set up to build WSC residence...
    • Neill Hall

    • 1957
    • Named for Judge Thomas Neill, one of the leaders most instrumental in bringing the college to Pullman. Dormitory housed 207 students; 45,786 sq. feet. Neill, Kruegel, and McAllister cost a combined $2,260,000. Jointly dedicated with...
    • Heald Hall, 1960s

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    • Architect: Decker & Christenson. At 1962 opening, this, and Science Hall, next door, housed Departments of Bacteriology and Public Health, Botany, and Zoology, and the Electron Microscope Laboratory. Heald Hall contained 82,223 square feet of...
    • 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...

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