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Campus Postcards

Written By: Phillip Stone - Nov• 27•12

Today, a few campus postcards from the early 20th century made their way across my desk.  These images are of the Cleveland Science Hall, constructed in 1904, of Carlisle Hall, constructed in 1912, and the buildings of the Wofford Fitting School, which were built between 1888 and 1904.

It’s always nice to get new (old) items, and even nicer when I can share them with interested readers.  Out of all these buildings, only Alumni Hall, the center building in the top photo, is still standing and in use.  It’s where the Admission and Financial Aid offices are today.

Recitation Hall, Alumni Hall, and Snyder Hall of the Fitting School.

Carlisle Hall, the first large residence hall.

John B. Cleveland Science Hall

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