Science Hall Construction July 31, 1935
Campus buildings--Washington (State)---Pullman<br>Building construction--Washington (State)---Pullman<br>Science Hall
A view of Science Hall, WSU Building #32, several months into construction. The concrete frame of the structure is nearly complete. A pile of building debris is visible. The exterior brick and windows are still not present. In the foreground are a series of greenhouses, now replaced by Todd Hall. In the left portion, next to the construction zone, is the newly finished Fulmer Hall. To the right is Ad Annex. A smokestack is visible, as is the cupola of Ferry Hall with Pullman in the background. To the far right of the image is College Hall. Automobiles, construction materials, and a lifting tower are also present. Known as New Science until 1947, Science Hall was designed by Rigg and Vantyne at a cost of $270,000
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